The Agenda Setting Journal 1:1
[The Agenda Setting Journal, 1:1] 2017. iii, 101 pp.
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Table of Contents
Note from the editor: Welcome to the inaugural issueSalma I. Ghanem | pp. 1–2
A note from one of the foundersMaxwell McCombs | pp. 3–4
Theoretical and methodological trends of agenda-setting theory: A thematic analysis of the last four decades of researchYeojin Kim, Youngju Kim, and Shuhua Zhou | pp. 5–22
Attribute agenda setting and information overload: Computer-assisted analysis for understanding compelling argumentsMagdalena Saldaña | pp. 23–44
Election-related talk and agenda-setting effects on Twitter: A big data analysis of salience transfer at different levels of user participationShannon C. McGregor and Chris J. Vargo | pp. 44–62
Redirecting the agenda: Agenda-setting in the online EraGabriel Weimann and Hans-Bernd Brosius | pp. 63–101