Longitudinal modeling of public issues: an application of the agenda-setting process to the issue of global warming
The issue of global warming is used to study the process of agenda-setting in the media. The aim is to find out whether the media influences what people generally think is important. Opinion polling and inter-media processes may be related. News organizations and pollsters may be engaged in a feedback exchange that contributes to the attention an issue receives in the media.
Publication Name: Journalism & Mass Communication Monographs
The right hand and the left hand
A series of letters from a man, who is still alive but was written off as dead by a fictitious national identification database entity, is presented. The letters serve as satirical reminders to how computer errors could sometimes provide both comedies and tragedies in real life.
Publication Name: Analog Science Fiction & Fact
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