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Surprising news how the media affect-and do not affect-politics

By: Newton, Kenneth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: USA Lynne Rienner 2019Description: x, 277p. 23 cm.ISBN: 9781626377707.Subject(s): Mass media -- Political aspects | Press and politics | Public opinion -- Political aspectsDDC classification: 070.44932
Contents:
Surprising news -- Belief preservation -- Partisans and party identifiers -- When the public is not buying -- Personal knowledge and experience -- Political talk -- Trust and distrust -- Diffuse and subconscious effects -- Public service and commercial TV -- Hyper-pluralism in the digital age -- Pluralist news diets? -- Explaining media political effects.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-266) and index.

Surprising news -- Belief preservation -- Partisans and party identifiers -- When the public is not buying -- Personal knowledge and experience -- Political talk -- Trust and distrust -- Diffuse and subconscious effects -- Public service and commercial TV -- Hyper-pluralism in the digital age -- Pluralist news diets? -- Explaining media political effects.

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