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Agenda Setting

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Google previewNurses Making Policy (2014)

From Bedside to Boardroom by Rebecca M. Patton, MSN, RN, CNOR, FAAN, Margarete L. Zalon, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, FAAN, Ruth Ludwick, PhD, RN-BC, CNS, FAAN

While the options for venues may vary with the issue and the particular locale, agenda setting is an important part of the policy process. The Option for Policy Challenge illustrates one route taken in New York for advancing baccalaureate ...

Google previewCities and Crises (2009)

by Dennis Day, Annette Grindsted, Brigitte Piquard, David Zammit

Agenda setting is a competitive negotiation among issue ...

Google previewTransitioning into Hospital Based Practice (2012)

A Guide for Nurse Practitioners and Administrators by Mona N. Bahouth, MSN, CRNP, Kay Blum, PhD, CRNP, Shari Simone, MS, RN, CPNP-AC, APRN-BC, FCCM

Agenda setting refers to the reason a decision maker or group of decision makers considers the adoption of an innovation. The two major categories of reasons one might consider for integrating NPs into the organization are ...

Google previewCommunicating Health (2007)

Strategies for Health Promotion by Nova Corcoran

Glossary Agenda setting Refers to the way the media select events that the public sees and with this selection set the terms of reference for current interest and debate. At-risk groups A group that is vulnerable or susceptible to risk of different ...

Google previewDo Political Campaigns Matter? (2003)

Campaign Effects in Elections and Referendums by David M. Farrell, Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck

Agenda setting refers to the media's power to influence the public agenda (McCombs and Shaw 1972). In the context of elections, the basic proposition is ...

Google previewBreaking Through the Noise (2011)

Presidential Leadership, Public Opinion, and the News Media by Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha, Jeffrey Peake

Indeed , agenda setting is a necessary first step in the president's public leadership efforts.

Google preview21st Century Political Science: A Reference Handbook

Agenda setting is an equally vexing problem. Power to set the agenda is often exercised by party elites and occasionally by ordinary citizens. One example of agenda setting is the selection of candidates or issues that are presented to the ...

Google previewMedia and War on Terror (2014)

A Study of Media Propaganda and Diplomacy by Arshi Aggarwal

Agenda setting refers to the media's ability, by focusing on some issues rather than others, to direct people to think about those issues. Priming refers to the ability of media to prepare and direct publics to the issues by which they should judge ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Health Communication (2014)

by Teresa L. Thompson

Kevin John Miao Liu Jakob Jensen Universityof Utah See Also:Agenda Setting; Health Promotion; Mammography; Media Content: Newspapers; Memorable Messages; Message Design; MetaAnalysis;Politics and Political Complexities; Visual ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Journalism (2009)

by Christopher H. Sterling

Although the notion of “agenda setting” would only appear more than a century later, these elite titles ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Digital Government (2006)

by Anttiroiko, Ari-Veikko

Press Public Political Parties Moderators Agenda Setting Monitoring Courts Lawyers Lobbies Imple- mentation Policy Creation NGOs Legislature Knowledge Public Engineers Administration Legal Draftsmen Experts Committees Legal ...

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