Publication
Title
The contingency of intermedia agenda-setting: a longitudinal study in Belgium
Author
Abstract
This large-scale study investigates how intermedia agenda-setting effects are moderated by five factors: (1) lag length; (2) medium type, (3) language/institutional barriers; (4) issue type, and (5) election or non-election con text. Longitudinal analyses of daily attention to twenty-five issues in nine Belgian media across eight years demonstrate that (1) intermedia agenda setting is mainly a short-term process; (2) newspapers have stronger influence on television than vice versa; (3) language/institutional barriers suppress influence, (4) size of influence differs across types of issues; and (5) intermedia agenda setting is largely absent during election times.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Journalism and mass communication quarterly / AEJMC. - Columbia, S.C., 1995, currens
Publication
Columbia, S.C. : Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 2008
ISSN
1077-6990 [print]
2161-430X [online]
Volume/pages
85:4(2008), p. 860-877
ISI
000264985700009
Full text (Publisher's DOI)
UAntwerpen
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Affiliation
Publications with a UAntwerp address
External links
Web of Science
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Last edited 01.08.2017
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