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On media : making sense of politics

著者: Doris A Graber
出版商: New York : Oxford University Press, ©2012.
丛书: On politics (New York, N.Y.)
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Even as more and more communications avenues open up, are Americans losing their political IQ? Some democratic theorists bemoan citizen apathy, ignorance, and incapacity to make sound political judgments. Renowned media scholar Doris Graber contends that such assessments are based on impractical and outmoded models of measuring citizen awareness and engagement. Using what she calls "reality-based" research methods  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Case studies
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所有的著者/提供者: Doris A Graber
ISBN: 9780199945986 0199945985
OCLC号码: 809195938
描述: xviii, 201 p. : ill., tables ; 21 cm.
内容: Introduction --
Can average Americans make sense of politics? --
The adequacy of the news supply --
Television dramas as news sources --
Telescoping the interviews --
Microscoping the interviews --
Looking back and looking forward --
Conclusion: ending on a positive note.
丛书名: On politics (New York, N.Y.)
责任: Doris Graber.
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Even as more and more communications avenues open up, are Americans losing their political IQ? Some democratic theorists bemoan citizen apathy, ignorance, and incapacity to make sound political judgments. Renowned media scholar Doris Graber contends that such assessments are based on impractical and outmoded models of measuring citizen awareness and engagement. Using what she calls "reality-based" research methods and a sensitivity to contemporary trends, Graber finds that average people understand many political issues and can think about them in complex ways. She reports her new research on learning from entertainment offerings, emphasizing its novel aspects, including experiments, interviews, message board analyses, and stimulus dramas. The book includes companion studies carried out in the Netherlands and Greece designed to test whether the American findings are culture-specific or hold true across cultural settings. A capstone reflection by a communications authority, On Media offers new approaches to timeworn topics and projects an emerging image of public political knowledge that is at once encouraging, inspirational, and fascinating in its contour and detail.

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"From the nightly news to the Simpsons, Doris Graber explores our civic IQ and tells us how Americans learn about politics. Clearly written and provocative, this book will stimulate discussion and 再读一些...

 
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