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Trends in public and media agenda-setting during the 2015 Israeli elections

By: Weimann-Saks, Dana.
Contributor(s): Ariel, Yaron | Avidar, Ruth | Malka, Vered.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Elections -- Israel | Israel. Knesset -- Elections, 2015 | Mass media and public opinion -- Israel | Online social networks -- Israel In: Israel affairs Vol. 22, no. 3 & 4 (July/October 2016), pp. 727-742Abstract: "The emergence of new media, primarily social networks, raises questions about the interactions at play between 'new' and 'old' media in terms of the media and the public agendas. This topic is particularly relevant during elections. By analysing news from three Israeli television channels and using an online monitoring system to analyse user discourse over six weeks preceding Election Day, this article seeks to trace the shaping processes of the media agenda and public agenda along the axes of 'new media/old media' and 'free user discourse/professional media discourse' " -- Journal's abstract.
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Vol. 22, no. 3 & 4 (July/October 2016) Not For Loan 07-2016 0000052821

"The emergence of new media, primarily social networks, raises questions about the interactions at play between 'new' and 'old' media in terms of the media and the public agendas. This topic is particularly relevant during elections. By analysing news from three Israeli television channels and using an online monitoring system to analyse user discourse over six weeks preceding Election Day, this article seeks to trace the shaping processes of the media agenda and public agenda along the axes of 'new media/old media' and 'free user discourse/professional media discourse' " -- Journal's abstract.

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