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Comparing the Effects of Newspaper, TV News, and the Internet News on the Evaluation of a Major Political Candidate: Latent Growth Modeling with Longitudinal Panel Data from the 2007 Presidential Campaign in South Korea

Kim, M. G., & Kim, J. (2012). Comparing the Effects of Newspaper, TV News, and the Internet News on the Evaluation of a Major Political Candidate: Latent Growth Modeling with Longitudinal Panel Data from the 2007 Presidential Campaign in South Korea. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 24(1), 62–78.
Kim, M. G., & Kim, J.
International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 24 (1), (S. 62–78).
2012

The present article argues that the reasons of the theoretical predicaments regarding the relationship between news media and public opinions are: (a) news media might not be a single entity—the different types of news media (newspaper, TV news, and the Internet news) might have different effects on political behaviors; and (b) while effects of media on political behaviors should be probed through longitudinal data, most studies so far have exclusively relied on cross-sectional single wave data.

Interacting is believing? Examining bottom-up credibility of blogs among politically interested Internet users

Kim, D. (2012). Interacting is believing? Examining bottom-up credibility of blogs among politically interested Internet users. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 17(4), 422–435.
Kim, D.
Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 17 (4), (S. 422–435).
2012

This study examines how politically interested Internet users perceive blogs as a credible source of news and information.

Niche news: The politics of news choice

Stroud, N. J. (2011). Niche news: The politics of news choice New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Stroud, N. J.
272 Seiten, ISBN 978-0199755516,
New York, NY: Oxford University Press 2011

Fox News, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Rush Limbaugh Show, National Public Radio–with so many options, where do people turn for news? In Niche News, Natalie Stroud investigates how people navigate these choices and the political implications that their choice ultimately entails.