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Political Science 317 Midterm Exam Review Sheet

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Dae 'Janae Anderson
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Sanne Rijkhoff

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Political Science 317 Midterm Exam Review Sheet
Media and Politics
Sanne Rijkhoff
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Date Created: 02/10/15
Political Science 317 Media and Politics Midterm Examination Review Sheet Spring 2015 Models of the media s role eg Reporters of objective fact Neutral adversary Public advocate Profit seeker Propagandist Roles American media should fulfill 1 Electoral forum 2 Public sphere 3 Watchdog Differences American amp European news media 2 factors in uencing success in ful lling roles Public ownership of media and impact on the news Cross ownership Federal Communications Commission Equal time rule Fairness Doctrine Telecommunications Act consequences Deregulation versus reregulation Role of constitution first amendment on media Synergy of the media companies cross promote cross produce cross advertise blockbuster Myth and reality about who gave the airwaves away History of media in US eg Partisan media Commercial media Objective media Interpretive media Fragmented media Government Printing Of ce Political Punditry Yellow journalism Joseph Pulitzer Models of communications media effects 1 Direct effect hypodermic needle theory 2 Minimal effect two step ow 3 Cumulative effect cultivation theory 4 Not so minimal effect model 5 Receive accept sample model Contingency Selective exposure Theories of selective exposure 1 Cognitive dissonance 2 Cognitive misers 3 Information quality Selective perception Selective retention Selective avoidance Selective approach Consequences of selective exposure on political attitudes and behaviors Negativity bias Issue bias Entertainment bias 2 forces that shape the news Determinants of newsworthiness eg Deviation from normal Negativity SOP S Advertisers Proximity Determinants of newsworthiness local Impact end of Cold War on intern news Gatekeepers News markets DMA S AC Nielsen Company Audit Bureau of Circulations Impact of ratings and circulation of news Mediality Local news broadcast structure content Local news coverage of election campaigns Determinants or factors of strategy versus issue coverage in local news Hostile media phenomenon Friendly media phenomenon Impact of political views on bias Profile of foreign correspondent Stringers Parachute journalist Media pools Embedded journalism Wire services Determinants of international coverage Characteristics of American media coverage of other countries Biases in international coverage Relation between media public opinion and foreign policy decision makers Normative views realism v liberalism Models of relationship 1 Elite driven model 2 Liberal Democratic model 3 Neo Plurist model Indexing hypothesis CNN effect Vietnam Syndrome Casualties hypothesis Democratic Peace thesis Prior restraint Media empowerment thesis Transformative power of new technology Diffuse war Fragmented public sphere Ideological narratives New media Digital divide Web 20 Consequences of social media use on political engagement Attentive public hypothesis Partisan polarization hypothesis Issue public hypothesis History of web based campaigning Impact of internet on campaigns Bottom up politics Microtargeting Personalization Interactivity Sustained engagement Differences in old media and new media coverage Hayes chapter Slacktivism Watergate scandal guest lecture


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