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Call-In Political Talk Radio: Background, Content, Audiences, Portrayal In Mainstream Media, Joseph Turow, Joseph N. Cappella, Kathleen Hall Jamieson Aug 1996

Call-In Political Talk Radio: Background, Content, Audiences, Portrayal In Mainstream Media, Joseph Turow, Joseph N. Cappella, Kathleen Hall Jamieson

Departmental Papers (ASC)

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Political Orientations And The Influences Of Cohort Membership And Time: Patterns Of Change In Tolerance, Confidence, And The Strength Of Party Affiliation, Chien Joanna Lei-Lee Jan 1996

Political Orientations And The Influences Of Cohort Membership And Time: Patterns Of Change In Tolerance, Confidence, And The Strength Of Party Affiliation, Chien Joanna Lei-Lee

Dissertations (ASC)

Seeking to better understand inter-generational continuity of political orientations, this study investigates the relationships among three archetypes of political orientations (tolerance of nonconformists, confidence in people running institutions and the strength of party affiliation) and enduring versus contemporaneous forces. Birth cohort membership and education are selected to represent the former and the time of survey and media use the latter.

Three fundamentals of the present study differ from most prior research in this tradition: First, instead of focusing on different effect models, this study seeks to establish a conceptual structure among outcome variables. Second, the inter-generational continuity is assumed to ...