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AbstractThe tendency for individuals to perceive a greater impact of media messages on others than on the self, Davison (1983) argues, has led to a number of policy decisions in which élites have exercised control of mass media messages in order to ‘protect’ vulnerable others. The third-person...
AbstractThe paper discusses some of the issues complicating opinion research in the GDR and considers the effectiveness of a number of techniques as well as the degree to which they can yield reliable results. One of the main problem areas is the previously institutionalized character of public...
AbstractA multivariate, theoretical model is developed and tested to predict household telephone ownership. Factors theorized to predict telephone ownership are 1) socio-economic status/resources, 2) household composition, 3) cultural background, 4) attachments, including—a) community/mobility...
AbstractThis paper presents a content analysis of the manner in which ‘world opinion’ is used in stories and editorials of two nations' major newspapers. The authors studied the International Herald Tribune and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung for the months of February, March, and April 1986...
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