Weaver and Choi’s chapter, “The Media Agenda: Who (or What) Sets It?” appears in “The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication,” edited by Kate Kenski and Kathleen Hall Jamieson.
Study participants watched clips from The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver and The Colbert Report.
Fargo presented the research at the International Association for Media and Communication Research annual conference in Cartagena, Colombia.
Participants will present research and receive awards.
Less than 10 percent of articles in top journalism history journals study television news.
The Japanese government has cultivated a public diplomacy benefit in its 30-year-old exchange program, but it’s not taking advantage of it, she says.
The article examines journalism training and education in Kenya.
The article appears in the latest Journal of Sports Media.
The article finds that audio messages are more effective when the speaker varies the pitch level of his or her vocal intonations.
Years before Americans became regular internet users, the French were online.