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Media use and voter turnout in a presidential election
Newspaper Research Journal
  • James L. Simon, Fairfield University
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Article
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Publication Date
1-1-1996
Abstract

Examines the relationship between news media use and voting behavior, and the role of the media as a major information source in election campaigns. Media used by newspaper users to reinforce political attitudes; How television news affects voter attitude; Question of whether a citizen's reliance on a particular news medium for election campaign information is related to whether they voted in that election.

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Copyright 1996 Newspaper Research Journal

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Published Citation
Simon, James (1996). "Media use and voter turnout in a presidential election." Newspaper Research Journal, 17(1-2), 25-34.
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Citation Information
James L. Simon. "Media use and voter turnout in a presidential election" Newspaper Research Journal Vol. 17 Iss. 1-2 (1996)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_simon/9/