agenda-setting love

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  • noun A theory in mass-communication that states that the media have the ability to determine which issues are important to the public.

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Examples

  • With Sen. Kent Conrad serving as chairman of the Senate Budget Committee and a member of the Finance Committee; Sen. Byron Dorgan as chairman of the agenda-setting Senate Democratic Policy Committee and the Indian Affairs Committee, and a member of the Appropriations Committee's Agriculture subcommittee; and Rep. Earl Pomeroy as a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, the powerful trio made sure their state got a disproportionate share of federal largess.

    Al Eisele: How North Dakota Lost Its Clout in Congress

  • With Sen. Kent Conrad serving as chairman of the Senate Budget Committee and a member of the Finance Committee; Sen. Byron Dorgan as chairman of the agenda-setting Senate Democratic Policy Committee and the Indian Affairs Committee, and a member of the Appropriations Committee's Agriculture subcommittee; and Rep. Earl Pomeroy as a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, the powerful trio made sure their state got a disproportionate share of federal largess.

    Al Eisele: How North Dakota Lost Its Clout in Congress

  • China's ruling Communist Party usually holds an annual agenda-setting economic policy conference in December.

    China inflation ticks lower, policy on pause

  • The expected Republican recapture of the House of Representatives not only shifts the power of agenda-setting in that body, but changes its ideological character markedly.

    Midterm election results: the fight Obama now faces

  • With Sen. Kent Conrad serving as chairman of the Senate Budget Committee and a member of the Finance Committee; Sen. Byron Dorgan as chairman of the agenda-setting Senate Democratic Policy Committee and the Indian Affairs Committee, and a member of the Appropriations Committee's Agriculture subcommittee; and Rep. Earl Pomeroy as a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, the powerful trio made sure their state got a disproportionate share of federal largess.

    Al Eisele: How North Dakota Lost Its Clout in Congress

  • China's ruling Communist Party usually holds an annual agenda-setting economic policy conference in December.

    China inflation ticks lower, policy on pause

  • The emphasis on original, off-diary stories means SvD's journalists are coming up with more agenda-setting news lines of their own.

    Newspaper's key to boosting circulation is planning to be better

  • The newsroom is divided into two streams: "fast", covering events that cannot be controlled, such as tsunamis, for both web and print; and "slow", concentrating on what SvD describes as its "agenda-setting" journalism, such as homegrown investigations.

    Newspaper's key to boosting circulation is planning to be better

  • But the deniers' message on global warming -- 'don't sweat it' -- has won the agenda-setting race.

    Laura Carlsen: Fiddling on Climate

  • With Sen. Kent Conrad serving as chairman of the Senate Budget Committee and a member of the Finance Committee; Sen. Byron Dorgan as chairman of the agenda-setting Senate Democratic Policy Committee and the Indian Affairs Committee, and a member of the Appropriations Committee's Agriculture subcommittee; and Rep. Earl Pomeroy as a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, the powerful trio made sure their state got a disproportionate share of federal largess.

    Al Eisele: How North Dakota Lost Its Clout in Congress

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