Meaning Agenda-setting
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The ability of the media to tell people what and whom to talk and think about. Also refers to those media that have more credibility than their competition.
Source: medialit.org

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Function of mass media to the relative importance of our attitudes on issues. The perceived importance of issues is related to the attention given to those issues by the media. [IRW]
Source: jyu.fi

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Controlling the focus of attention by establishing the issues for public discussion.
Source: nelson.com

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Agenda-setting refers an on going competition among issue proponents to gain the attention of media professionals, the public, and policy elites. It is the process whereby the mass media determine wha [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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The media’s influence over the issues that people think about because the agenda, or list of subjects, for public discussion is laid down by the mass media.
Source: polity.co.uk


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