Media, Technology and Politics

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Gatekeeping, Agenda Setting, Framing & . Priming. Erik Chevrier. March 23. th. , 2016. Gatekeeping, Agenda Setting, Framing & Priming. Attention and awareness are important. Reporters often repeat key words, phrases and/or sayings. ID: 578871 Download Presentation

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Media, Technology and Politics

Gatekeeping, Agenda Setting, Framing &

Priming

Erik Chevrier

March 23

th

, 2016

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Gatekeeping, Agenda Setting, Framing & Priming

Attention and awareness are important

Reporters often repeat key words, phrases and/or sayings

New stories can be found on newswires and recycled or tweaked

Priming effect

The power of words in regards to memory

Context can make us understand things in specific ways

Advertising and priming – page 18

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Priming/Framing/Schema

Cognitive Model

Schema

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Factors that Influence News Content

Relation between the state and broadcasters

Formal & Informal

Symbolic relationship between media companies, parties, and politicians

Discretionary fiscal policy on the part of the state

Executive, judicial and regulatory agency laws and regulations about the media and their conduct

News management techniques on the part of political actors

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The State and the Media (Nesbitt-Larking)

The state has multiple roles in relation with media apparatuses.

Proprietor

Custodian of national heritage

Regulator

Censor

Patron (awards, prizes and grants)

Catalyst (subsidies)

Actor (providing content)

Masseur (managing news releases)

Ideologue (shaping political reality)

Conspirator

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Media and Politics – Dual Control

Jamieson and Campbell identify a number of ways where media organizations and politicians control each other:

1 – Use of spin-doctors

2 – Staging of press conferences

3 – Venues, seating arrangements and camera angles

4 – Timing of statements to be released to the general public

5 – Negative announcements timed for release

6 – Trial balloons used to deal with proposals when a politician is uncertain

7 – Leaks employed to weaken an enemy

8 – Direct recipient addresses

9 – Access and denial of access to reward journalists who are supportive and punish those that are critical

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Discussion

What is objectivity and truth?

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The Credibility of a Journalist

Journalists are touchy about objectivity

(

Tuchman)

They defend attacks on objectivity via:

1 – presentation of both sides of a story even if facts cannot be verified

2 – presentation of supporting evidence to back up weaker evidence

3 – judicious use of attempts to separate opinions expressed from the reporters own

4 – the use of ‘expert’ opinion

5 – presentation of the most facts regarding the 5Ws

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The ‘Media Factory’

Suppliers of raw materials – Those whose daily practices produce the requisite news value to be registered as eligible for inclusion. Those more elevated in social status usually get more priority.

Builders of news machinery – Technical operatives who make it possible for experience to be converted into editorial.

Suppliers of liquid capital – Those who invest in and purchase the services of media enterprises.

Principal owners and bosses – Allocative vs operational owners

Workers (and semi-employed workers) – Those doing the groundwork

State inspector – The regulator

Costumers – Those who engage with media

Those affected by externalities – The general public

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Tactics to Resist the Influence of Agenda Setting (Nesbitt-Larking)

You can tune messages out

Be on the lookout for slogans and clichés

Be alert of infotainment techniques

Remind yourself about the artificial nature of news broadcasts

Talk back to new pieces

Understand what has been ignored or downplayed

Understand what voices are missing

Understand what is said to be impossible

Understand if the news piece favors a conventional idea of the elite

Demand better news content

*Become a producer of news yourself

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Discussion – Media and Democracy

What is the relationship between media and democracy?

Can media that assists voting help foster better democratic practices?

How do we ensure that people get reliable information about political affairs?

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Group Project Discussion

How are you doing?

Are you following your schedule?

Where are you at now?

Do you have questions or concerns?


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