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Review Session 2 Political Psychology 2008-12-04
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Exam Details Wednesday, December 10 11:30-2:30 Same Room Exam will be out of 50 points 30 short-answer questions No need for Blue books Bring Pen/ Pencil, write neatly
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Democratic Competence and the Mass Electorate Zaller’s Top of the Head model
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Effects Of The Media On Mass Politics Great Propaganda Scare Father Coughlin and the Tricks of the Trade Psychological assumption mass exposure highly attentive public gullible public massive effects
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Effects Of The Media On Mass Politics Klapper’s Minimum Effects model Reception and Acceptance selective captive massive audience? isolated individual decision maker? gullible audience? tricks of the trade crucial? how vulnerable to change? weak or absent predispositions
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Effects Of The Media On Mass Politics The Monica Lewinsky case, and the media’s effect on public opinion Kinder’s argument when the media has an effect Persuasion, Agenda Setting, Framing and Priming Selective exposure Hoopla coverage
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