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The effects of media framing of political conflicts on party identification and political participation
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
coverage on political participation. The results from an experiment conducted in the context of Korean politics were as expected. Strategic coverage engendered negative feelings toward political parties; issue coverage made party identification more...
The user-generated dilemma : can the ways in which media organizations publish audience contributions affect the way the audience feels about the site and their intention to contribute?
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
More and more media organizations are using the Internet to ask their audiences to submit stories, comments and photographs, but they are seemingly doing it without understanding the implications of their actions. This ...