Mass Media and American Politics
Graber discusses the media and its place in the public and private sectors, the media's influence on individual attitudes and perceptions, and the media's coverage of government institutions and political situations.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Ownership Regulation and Guidance of Media
Press Freedom and the Law
News Making and News Reporting Routines
9 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
advertising affairs American Political attention audience become behavior broadcast cable cable television campaign candidates Carter Chicago Tribune citizens Clarence Thomas Congress congressional controversial countries cover crime crisis decisions Democratic disasters discussed election electronic media elites example foreign policy gatekeepers groups images impact important influence instance interest investigative involved issues Journal of Communication Journalism Quarterly journalists leaders legislative major mass media Maxwell McCombs media coverage media influence media personnel messages Michael muckraking networks newspapers newspeople Newsweek newsworthy organizations papers percent polls President presidential print media problems programs public broadcasting system public officials published radio and television Reagan reporters Research Robert Robert Lichter role rules satellite Senate shows social sources Soviet Soviet Union stories subnational Supreme Court technologies television stations tion United University Press viewers views violence voters voting Washington Washington Post White House wire service York