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The origin of dialogue in the news media

Author: Regula Hänggli
Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, ©2020.
Series: Challenges to democracy in the 21st century series.
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This book develops a new theoretical framework for studying the interaction between political parties, the news media and citizens. The model addresses how political actors develop and push different  Read more...

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Hänggli, Regula
The Origin of Dialogue in the News Media
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Regula Hänggli
ISBN: 303026582X 9783030265823
OCLC Number: 1117642347
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Variation Over Time: Contest Emphasis Choice
Description: 1 online resource (291 p.).
Contents: Intro; Acknowledgements; Praise for The Origin of Dialogue in the News Media; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I Introduction and Methodology; Chapter 1 Dialogue in the News Media; Tools for the Study: Frames and Dialogue; The Importance of Dialogue in the News Media; The Main Thesis of the Book; Empirical Evidence; Implications; References; Chapter 2 Origin of Dialogue: A Model of Frame Building; General Approach; Related Work; Model of Frame Building; Frame Construction (Substantive Emphasis Choice, Oppositional Emphasis Choice, and Contest Emphasis Choice); Frame Promotion Frame Edition: Contribution by JournalistsFlow of Frames; Role of Dialogue for Public Opinion Formation: Framing Effects; Generalizability of the Study; References; Chapter 3 Research Design and Data; Where Dialogue Is Most Likely; Swiss Direct-Democratic Institutions; Relevant Policy Domains-Actors, Interests, and Coalitions; Immigration and the Populist Right; Neo-Liberal Tax Reforms; The Cases: Asylum Law, Naturalization, and Corporation Tax; The Asylum Law Referendum; The Naturalization Initiative; The Corporation Tax Referendum; Campaign Selection; Data Collection Content Analysis of Campaign Material and Media ContentExpert Interviews with Political Actors; Panel Study (Chapter 8); Arguments as Links Between the Data Collection Instruments; References; Part II Empirical Outcomes; Chapter 4 Frame Construction for Media Input (Strategic Framing Choices); Introduction; The Three Strategic Choices; Results; Substantive Emphasis Choice: Reasons for Frame Choice; Substantive Emphasis Choice: How to Find Strong Arguments?; Main Frames; Oppositional Emphasis Choice: Campaign Dialogue; Oppositional Emphasis Choice: Frame Dialogue Oppositional Emphasis Choice: Frame Dialogue-Offensive or Defensive Use?Contest Emphasis Choice; Conclusion; Interaction Between Context (Campaign Type, Country) and Frame Construction; References; Chapter 5 Frame Promotion: The Variation of Strategic Framing Choices in Different Communication Channels and Over Time; Variation by Communication Channel: Substantive Emphasis Choice; Variation by Communication Channel: Oppositional Emphasis Choice; Oppositional Emphasis Choice: Offensive or Defensive Use?; Variation by Communication Channel: Contest Emphasis Choice Variation Over Time: Management of EventsVariation Over Time: Substantive Emphasis Choice; Variation Over Time: Oppositional Emphasis Choice; Variation Over Time: Contest Emphasis Choice; Results; Variation by Communication Channel: Substantive Emphasis Choice; Dialogue by Communication Channel: Oppositional Emphasis Choice; Oppositional Emphasis Choice: Offensive or Defensive Use?; Variation by Communication Channel: Contest Emphasis Choice; Variation Over Time: Management of Events; Variation Over Time: Substantive Emphasis Choice; Dialogue Over Time: Oppositional Emphasis Choice
Series Title: Challenges to democracy in the 21st century series.
Responsibility: Regula Hänggli.

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