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Agenda Setting Theory

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  • Q1
    Agenda Setting Theory correlates with what tradition?
  • Q2
    The media make certain attributes of a media object salient, framing.
    Media agenda
    First level of agenda-setting
    Personal agenda
    Second level of agenda-setting
  • Q3
    What is Vertical media?
    List of issues most salient to a single person.
    Media that appeals to specific communities.
    Media that reaches broad audiences.
    List of issues emphasized by the news media.
  • Q4
    Which of the following is not true about fake news?
    It tends to mislead readers.
    Its influence is weaker on mainstream media rather than partisan media.
    Exerts influence on the agenda of credible news organizations.
    Its influence is weaker on partisan media rather than mainstream media.
  • Q5
    The drive to understand what's going on in the world.
    Interest aggregation
    Need for confrontation
    Need for orientation
    Need for reason
  • Q6
    Christians' communitarian ethics are based on the Christian tradition of...
    Agape love
    Interest aggregations
    Agenda melding
    Personal agenda
  • Q7
    Where the media influence which things are salient in the public agenda.
    Intermedia agenda setting
    Third level of agenda-setting
    First level of agenda-setting
    Second level of agenda-setting

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