Volume 3, No 2 (5) Fall 2010

DEVELOPMENT OF AGENDA SETTING THEORY AND RESEARCH.
BETWEEN WEST AND EAST

Guest Editors: Wayne Wanta and Bartłomiej Łódzki

Table of contents:

Editors’ introduction: Development of agenda-setting theory and research. Between West and East (Wayne Wanta and Bartłomiej Łódzki)

Extending our theoretical maps: Psychology of agenda-setting (Maxwell McCombs)

Seeking the H-Zone: How we mix media messages to create compatible community in the emerging papyrus society (Donald Shaw, Sherine El-Toukhy and Tom Terry)

The agenda-setting process in international news (Wayne Wanta and Simona Mikusova)

Agenda-setting, priming, framing – TV news in Poland during election campaigns 2005 and 2007. Comparative analysis (Ewa Nowak and Rafał Riedel)

The Europan Parliament election of 2009 in Poland: The agenda-settin in the Polish Internet news portals (Wojciech Walczak)

Media effects in a transitional country: Setting the political agenda in the Kosovo elections of 2007 (Lindita Camaj)

Local media and the “political brand”: Candidates attributes portrayed on local media and their consequences on public perceptions (Rocio Zamora)

Setting students’ professional agenda in the classroom (Raquel Rodriguez)

Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Turkey as a global media event: A “frame shift in media coverages” (Gulen Kurt Oncel and Ergen Devrim Karagoz)

The agenda-setting studies in Turkey (Erkan Yuksel)

Referees: Jerzy Olędzki – University of Warsaw (Poland) and David Weaver – Indiana University, Bloomington (USA)
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