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The Resource Political socialization in a media-saturated world, edited by Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah

Political socialization in a media-saturated world, edited by Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah

Label
Political socialization in a media-saturated world
Title
Political socialization in a media-saturated world
Statement of responsibility
edited by Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The studies that comprise this book question, and update our knowledge of political socialization that have accumulated over the past 40 years of related research. The scholarship advances innovative theoretical perspectives and develops new models of the socialization process that revolve around the key social structures of family, media, peers, and school. The 'Hierarchy Model of Political Socialization', in particular, provides a comprehensive conceptual framework for organizing and analyzing youth responses to the political. With research that spans multiple election cycles across nearly a decade, and data drawn from a national panel study that allows for cross-generational comparison, the findings and models of political socialization presented provide the most comprehensive and in-depth examination of youth political socialization that exists to date. This book provides a foundation and research agenda for examining the Millennial generation in the coming years as these citizens mature to adults and become the driving force of society and our polity
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Thorson, Esther
  • McKinney, Mitchell S.
  • Shah, Dhavan V.
Series statement
Frontiers in political communication
Series volume
vol. 29
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Political socialization
  • Political science
  • Youth
  • Mass media
  • Mass media and youth
Label
Political socialization in a media-saturated world, edited by Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Peer influence in adolescent political socializaiton: deliberative democracy inside and outside the classroom
  • Mi Jahng, Mitchell S. McKinnery, and Esther Thorson
  • Knowledge gap in a media-saturated presidential election
  • Joonghwa Lee, Chang Dae Ham, and Esther Thorson
  • State policies for civic education
  • Peter Levine and Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg
  • Parenting styles in political socializaiton: how the path to political participation begins at home
  • Edson Tandoc, Esther Thorson, and Margaret Duffy
  • The importance of family communication patterns and school civics experiences
  • Chang Dae Ham, Joonghwa Lee, and Esther Thorson
  • Introduction: Theorizing political socialization in a media-saturated world
  • Predictors of youth voting: parent-child relationships and yound adult news use
  • Rosanne Scholl and Chance York
  • Talking politics at the dinner table: the effects of famly political communication on young citizens' normative political attitudes
  • Benhamin R. Warner and Colleen Warner Colaner
  • Social media and social voting in Latino families: a strategic approach to mobilizing youth as information leaders
  • Michael McDevitt and Shannon Sindorf
  • Youngster's political talk with those outside school and family: the hierarchy of political socialization
  • Mi Jahng, Hans Meyer, and Esther Thorson
  • From news to political knowledge: the roles of elaboration and discusseion
  • Edson Tandoc, and Esther Thorson
  • Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah
  • Communication norms, contexts of socialization and youth civic development
  • Nam-Jin Lee, Dhavan V. Shah, and Jack M. McLeod
  • Measurement of political knowledge in American adolexcents
  • Esther Thorson, Seoyeon Kim, and Joonghwa Lee
  • Political knowledge and participation in teens during low and high political interest periods of a presidential election
  • Esther Thorson, Mi Jahng, and Mitchell S. McKinney
  • Political socialization patterns in younger and older American adolescents
  • Hans Meyer, Mi Jahng, & Esther Thorson
  • Young citizens' use of digital and traditional political information
  • J. Brian Houston and Mitchell S. McKinney
  • The role of media use motives in the classic structural model of youth political socialization
  • Developing media preferences in a post-broadcast democracy
  • Stephanie Edgerly and Kjerstin Thorson
  • Is dangerous news use dangerous? The impact of safe and dangerous news use on political socialization
  • Edson Tandoc, Esther Thorson, Mi Jahng, Eunjin Kim, and Margaret Duffy
  • The origins of media perceptions: judgments of news accuracy and bias among adolescents
  • Porismita Borah and Dhavan Shah
  • The impact of news "voice" on adolescent political efficacy
  • Jeremy Littau, Liz Gardner, and Esther Thorson
  • Environmental political, civic engagement and political consumerism among youth
  • Robert H. Wicks and Myria Allen
  • Esther Thorson, Hans Meyer, and Mi Jahng
  • A hierarchy of political participation activities in pre-voting-age youth
  • Esther Thorson, Glenn Leshner, Mi Jahng and Margaret Duffy
  • Political advertising and the hierarchy of political socialization in teens
  • Esther Thorson, Eunjin Kim, and Margaret Duffy
Control code
ocn881665847
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxvii, 471 pages
Isbn
9781433125720
Lccn
2016015061
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)881665847
Label
Political socialization in a media-saturated world, edited by Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Peer influence in adolescent political socializaiton: deliberative democracy inside and outside the classroom
  • Mi Jahng, Mitchell S. McKinnery, and Esther Thorson
  • Knowledge gap in a media-saturated presidential election
  • Joonghwa Lee, Chang Dae Ham, and Esther Thorson
  • State policies for civic education
  • Peter Levine and Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg
  • Parenting styles in political socializaiton: how the path to political participation begins at home
  • Edson Tandoc, Esther Thorson, and Margaret Duffy
  • The importance of family communication patterns and school civics experiences
  • Chang Dae Ham, Joonghwa Lee, and Esther Thorson
  • Introduction: Theorizing political socialization in a media-saturated world
  • Predictors of youth voting: parent-child relationships and yound adult news use
  • Rosanne Scholl and Chance York
  • Talking politics at the dinner table: the effects of famly political communication on young citizens' normative political attitudes
  • Benhamin R. Warner and Colleen Warner Colaner
  • Social media and social voting in Latino families: a strategic approach to mobilizing youth as information leaders
  • Michael McDevitt and Shannon Sindorf
  • Youngster's political talk with those outside school and family: the hierarchy of political socialization
  • Mi Jahng, Hans Meyer, and Esther Thorson
  • From news to political knowledge: the roles of elaboration and discusseion
  • Edson Tandoc, and Esther Thorson
  • Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan Shah
  • Communication norms, contexts of socialization and youth civic development
  • Nam-Jin Lee, Dhavan V. Shah, and Jack M. McLeod
  • Measurement of political knowledge in American adolexcents
  • Esther Thorson, Seoyeon Kim, and Joonghwa Lee
  • Political knowledge and participation in teens during low and high political interest periods of a presidential election
  • Esther Thorson, Mi Jahng, and Mitchell S. McKinney
  • Political socialization patterns in younger and older American adolescents
  • Hans Meyer, Mi Jahng, & Esther Thorson
  • Young citizens' use of digital and traditional political information
  • J. Brian Houston and Mitchell S. McKinney
  • The role of media use motives in the classic structural model of youth political socialization
  • Developing media preferences in a post-broadcast democracy
  • Stephanie Edgerly and Kjerstin Thorson
  • Is dangerous news use dangerous? The impact of safe and dangerous news use on political socialization
  • Edson Tandoc, Esther Thorson, Mi Jahng, Eunjin Kim, and Margaret Duffy
  • The origins of media perceptions: judgments of news accuracy and bias among adolescents
  • Porismita Borah and Dhavan Shah
  • The impact of news "voice" on adolescent political efficacy
  • Jeremy Littau, Liz Gardner, and Esther Thorson
  • Environmental political, civic engagement and political consumerism among youth
  • Robert H. Wicks and Myria Allen
  • Esther Thorson, Hans Meyer, and Mi Jahng
  • A hierarchy of political participation activities in pre-voting-age youth
  • Esther Thorson, Glenn Leshner, Mi Jahng and Margaret Duffy
  • Political advertising and the hierarchy of political socialization in teens
  • Esther Thorson, Eunjin Kim, and Margaret Duffy
Control code
ocn881665847
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxvii, 471 pages
Isbn
9781433125720
Lccn
2016015061
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)881665847

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