5 edition of Understanding Public Opinion found in the catalog.
by Congressional Quarterly Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Barbara Norrander (Editor), Clyde Wilcox (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
i what constitutes public opinion? 61 ii is public opinion stubborn or malle-able? 69 iii the interaction of public opinion with the forces that help to make it 77 iv the power of interacting forces that go to make up public opinion 87 v an understanding of t,he_fundamentals of public motivation is necessary to the work of the public relations. "A substantial contribution to understanding the role of public opinion and the news media during the Iraq War. Equally impressive, it effectively puts the domestic context of U.S. policy in historical perspective, making the book useful to historians as well as to political scientists."Cited by: 8.
3 What is said above on the concept of the public opinion as understood before Rousseau’s contribution is based on the UNESCO Dictionary, p. , and on: Paul A. Palmer, ‘The Concept of Public Opinion in Political Theory’, in: B. Berelson and M. Janovitz (eds), Reader in Public Opinion and Communication (Glencoe Ill., The Free Press), pp. Public opinion is one of the most frequently evoked terms in American politics. At the most basic level, public opinion People’s collective preferences on matters related to government and politics. represents people’s collective preferences on matters related to government and politics. However, public opinion is a complex phenomenon, and scholars have developed a variety of.
Lippmann, in his oft-cited books Public Opinion () and The Phantom Public (), painted a pejorative portrait of the public - one that was unable to process information deeply or to behave rationally. In Public Opinion, Lippmann relied on the allegory of the cave, from Book VII of Plato's The Republic. In this story, a. Public opinion is an expression of the general population's thoughts on a particular political issue. This lesson discusses the concept of public opinion and explores influences on public opinion.
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Understanding Public Opinion expands on important ideas that basic textbooks cover only briefly, such as public views of those on trial for terrorist acts, public attitudes in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the rise and fall of public support for George W.
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A nice edited volume on public opinion. The book, using numerous chapter authors well respected for their expertise, addresses several key themes: the sources of public opinion, the organization of public opinion, the content of public opinion, the consequences of public opinion, and political institutions and public opinion/5.
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The book reveals to readers both the substance of American public opinion and the process of that research. Of particular interest is the focus on the variety that characterizes the study of public opinion, and.
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Berinsky’s careful research shows decisively the value of public opinion data—both new and old—and how such data can correct misperceptions about recent history as well as challenge misperceptions, if not myths, about the past and its often idealized politics.”.
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. IntroductionApproaches to the world outsideStereotypesInterestsThe making of a common willThe image of democracyNewspapersOrganized intelligencePages: public character, or whether they merely permit the chamberlain to stage-manage it, there are at least two distinct selves, the public and regal self, the private and human.
The biographies of great people fall more or less readily into the histories of these two selves. The official biographer reproduces the public life, the revealing memoirFile Size: 1MB.Read the full-text online edition of Understanding Public Opinion: A Guide for Newspapermen and Newspaper Readers ().
Without benefit of this book or of a course in social psychology, even a callow newspaperman would know enough to be subtle in crusading for low-cost public housing in a wealthy suburb, for compulsory sterilization in a.