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  • 1
    ISBN: 9780813349404 , 0813349400
    Language: English
    Pages: xiv, 404 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Edition: Third edition
    DDC: 303.3/80973
    RVK:
    Keywords: Öffentliche Meinung ; Aufsatzsammlung
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  • 2
    ISBN: 0813349419 , 9780813349411
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xiv, 404 Seiten)
    Edition: Ausgabe 3
    Edition: Online-Ausg.
    Parallel Title: Print version Glynn, Carroll J. Public Opinion
    DDC: 303.4
    Keywords: Political science
    Abstract: Public Opinion is a comprehensive and multidisciplinary examination of public opinion in the United States. Drawing on scholarship in political science, psychology, sociology, and communications, the authors explore the nature of political and social attitudes in the United States and how these attitudes are shaped by various institutions, with an emphasis on mass media. The book also serves as a provocative starting point for the discussion of citizen moods, political participation, and voting behavior. Feature boxes and illustrations throughout help students understand all aspects of the elusive phenomenon we call public opinion. The third edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect how public opinion is studied today, and to incorporate current data and debates. The book now contains two revised and reframed theory chapters'"Group Membership and Public Opinion" and "Public Opinion and Social Process"'as well as new coverage of the influence of online and social media on public opinion, especially in issue opinions and campaigns
    Note: Title from resource description page (Recorded Books, viewed July 27, 2015)
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9780813349404
    Language: English
    Pages: xiv, 404 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Edition: Third edition
    DDC: 303.38
    RVK:
    Keywords: Öffentliche Meinung ; Aufsatzsammlung
    Note: Literaturangaben
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  • 4
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Philadelphia : Temple University Press
    ISBN: 9781439903353
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (x, 203 p)
    Edition: Online-Ausg. 2010 Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Parallel Title: Print version Rude Democracy : Civility and Incivility in American Politics
    DDC: 306.20973
    Keywords: Political culture ; Courtesy Political aspects ; United States Politics and government 2009-
    Abstract: Democracy is, by its very nature, often rude. But there are limits to how uncivil we should be. In her timely and important book, Rude Democracy, Susan Herbst explores the ways we discuss public policy, how we treat each other as we do, and how we can create a more civil national culture. Herbst uses the examples of Sarah Palin and Barack Obama to illustrate her case. She scrutinizes Palin as both victim and perpetrator of incivility, including close analysis of her speeches on the 2008 campaign trail, the tone at her rallies, and her interactions with her audience. Turning to Barack Obama
    Description / Table of Contents: Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. The Powerful-if Elusive-Nature of Civility; 2. Sarah Palin and Her Publics; 3. Barack Obama, Difference, and Civility; 4. Our Future Leaders: College Students and Political Argument; 5. Conclusion: Civility, Communication, and a Culture of Argument; Appendix I: Transcript of President Barack Obama's Commencement Address, University of Notre Dame, May 17, 2009; Appendix II: University System of Georgia Survey on Student Speech and Discussion; Notes; Bibliography; Index
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
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  • 5
    Book
    Book
    Cambridge u.a. :Cambridge Univ. Press,
    ISBN: 0-521-46184-7 , 0-521-47763-8
    Language: English
    Pages: X, 231 S. : Ill.
    Edition: 1. publ.
    DDC: 320
    RVK:
    Keywords: Buitenstaanders ; Politieke meningen ; Communication in politics Case studies ; Marginality, Social Case studies ; Marginalität. ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Fallstudiensammlung ; Marginalität
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9780813349404
    Language: English
    Pages: xiv, 404 pages , 23 cm
    Edition: Third edition
    DDC: 303.3/80973
    RVK:
    Keywords: Public opinion ; Public opinion Political aspects ; POLITICAL SCIENCE ; Public opinion ; Government ; Political Process ; SOCIAL SCIENCE ; Öffentliche Meinung
    Abstract: "Public Opinion is a comprehensive and multidisciplinary examination of public opinion in the United States. Drawing on scholarship in political science, psychology, sociology, and communications, the authors explore the nature of political and social attitudes in the United States and how these attitudes are shaped by various institutions, with an emphasis on mass media. The book also serves as a provocative starting point for the discussion of citizen moods, political participation, and voting behavior. Feature boxes and illustrations throughout help students understand all aspects of the elusive phenomenon we call public opinion. The third edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect how public opinion is studied today, and to incorporate current data and debates. The book now contains two revised and reframed theory chapters--"Group Membership and Public Opinion" and "Public Opinion and Social Process"--as well as new coverage of the influence of online and social media on public opinion, especially in issue opinions and campaigns"--
    Abstract: "Public Opinion is a comprehensive and multidisciplinary examination of public opinion in the United States. Drawing on scholarship in political science, psychology, sociology, and communications, the authors explore the nature of political and social attitudes in the United States and how these attitudes are shaped by various institutions, with an emphasis on mass media. The book also serves as a provocative starting point for the discussion of citizen moods, political participation, and voting behavior. Feature boxes and illustrations throughout help students understand all aspects of the elusive phenomenon we call public opinion. The third edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect how public opinion is studied today, and to incorporate current data and debates. The book now contains two revised and reframed theory chapters--"Group Membership and Public Opinion" and "Public Opinion and Social Process"--as well as new coverage of the influence of online and social media on public opinion, especially in issue opinions and campaigns"--
    Description / Table of Contents: Machine generated contents note: PrefacePart One: Introducing Public Opinion -- 1. The Meanings of Public Opinion -- 2. The History of Public Opinion -- 3. Methods for Studying Public Opinion -- Part Two: Theories of Public Opinion -- 4. Public Opinion and Democratic Theory -- 5. Psychological Perspectives on Public Opinion -- 6. Stereotyping, Social Norms, and Public Opinion -- 7. Perception and Opinion Formation -- 8. Economic Approaches -- Part Three: Public Opinion in Context -- 9. Content and Conflict in Public Opinion -- 10. Public Opinion and Policymaking -- 11. Communicating, Campaigning and the Public (TK) -- 12. Looking Ahead.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 7
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Chicago : University of Chicago Press
    ISBN: 9780226813073
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (311 pages)
    Series Statement: Chicago Studies in American Politics Ser.
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 303.380973
    Keywords: Public opinion-United States ; United States-Politics and government-1933-1945 ; United States-Politics and government-1929-1933 ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Intro -- Contents -- 1. Introduction: Birth of a Public -- 2. President in the Maelstrom: FDR as Public Opinion Theorist -- 3. Twisted Populism: Pollsters and Delusions of Citizenship -- 4. A Consuming Public: The Strange and Magnificent New York World's Fair -- 5. Radio Embraces Race and Immigration, Awkwardly -- 6. Interlude: A Depression Needn't Be So Depressing -- 7. Public Opinion and Its Problems: Some Ways Forward -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Selected Bibliography -- Index.
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  • 8
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Chicago : The University of Chicago Press | Oxford : Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 9780226813073
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource , Illustrations.
    Series Statement: Chicago studies in American politics
    Series Statement: Chicago scholarship online
    DDC: 303.380973
    RVK:
    Keywords: Geschichte ; Medien ; Öffentliche Meinung ; Politische Kommunikation ; Public opinion ; USA ; United States Politics and government 1929-1933 ; United States Politics and government 1933-1945
    Abstract: Pollsters and pundits armed with the best public opinion polls failed to predict the election of Donald Trump in 2016. Is this because we no longer understand what the American public is? In this book, Susan Herbst argues that we need to return to earlier meanings of 'public opinion' to understand our current climate. Herbst contends that the idea that there was a public - whose opinions mattered - emerged during the Great Depression, with the diffusion of radio, the devastating impact of the economic collapse on so many people, the appearance of professional pollsters, and Franklin Roosevelt's powerful rhetoric. She argues that public opinion about issues can only be seen as a messy mixture of culture, politics, and economics - in short, all the things that influence how people live.
    Note: Previously issued in print: 2021 , Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 9
    Book
    Book
    Chicago [u.a.] : Univ. of Chicago Press
    ISBN: 0226327469 , 0226327477
    Language: English
    Pages: X, 256 S.
    Series Statement: Studies in communication, media, and public opinion
    DDC: 303.380973
    RVK:
    Keywords: Journalist ; Öffentliche Meinung ; Einstellung ; Politiker ; Beteiligter ; Politik ; USA
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  • 10
    Book
    Book
    Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press
    ISBN: 9780226812915 , 022681291X , 9780226813103 , 022681310X
    Language: English
    Pages: 301 Seiten , Illustrationen, Karten, Porträts , 24 cm
    Series Statement: Chicago studies in American politics
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 303.380973
    RVK:
    Keywords: Geschichte 1930-1940 ; Politische Kommunikation ; Medien ; Öffentliche Meinung ; USA ; Public opinion / United States ; United States / Politics and government / 1929-1933 ; United States / Politics and government / 1933-1945 ; Politics and government ; Public opinion ; United States ; 1929-1945 ; USA ; Politische Kommunikation ; Medien ; Öffentliche Meinung ; Geschichte 1930-1940
    Abstract: "Pollsters and pundits failed to predict the election of Donald Trump in 2016. Is this because they do not know our fellow Americans and how they think? Who are the public? In A Troubled Birth: The 1930s and American Public Opinion, Susan Herbst argues that we need to go back to the beginning of the idea of "public opinion" and a mass public to understand what the American public is now. Herbst contends that the idea that there was a public whose opinions mattered began in the 1930s, during the Great Depression, with the growth of mass media, the devastating impact of the economic collapse on so many people, and the entry of political leaders, like Franklin Roosevelt, who were talented at trying to shape what the public thought. In the 1930s we had a stew pot of political beliefs from far left to far right, many challenging the established democracy of the day, in the wake of the failure of government to deal with the economic and social effects of the depression. Herbst argues that public opinion about political matters can only be understood as a product of a messy mixture of culture, politics, economics-in short, all the things that influence how people live. If we are to understand what people think about politics we must dig deep into the context in which people are developing these opinions"--
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: Birth of a Public -- President in the Maelstrom: FDR as Public Opinion Theorist -- Twisted Populism: Pollsters and Delusions of Citizenship -- A Consuming Public: The Strange and Magnificent New York World's Fair -- Radio Embraces Race and Immigration, Awkwardly -- Interlude: A Depression Needn't Be So Depressing -- Public Opinion and Its Problems: Some Ways Forward
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