DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2017-61-4-91-99
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Abstract: Introduction: Political agenda-setting and mediatization as distinct worldsAgenda-setting is one of the most influential theories on the media's political influence (Graber, 2005). While often focusing on the media's impact on public opinion, another equally important facet of agenda-setting theory has the media's influence over the agendas of political actors and policy makers as its central object of investigation. Scholars use the term 'political agenda-setting' and in some instances 'agenda building' to re… Show more

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