Do Political Campaigns Matter? Campaign Effects in Elections and Referendums

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Index

a
Abramowitz, A. 17
Abramson, P. 27
Achille, Y. 132
advertising 8 , 18 , 45 -6, 50 , 59 , 95 , 97 , 99, 100 , l05 , 106 , 107 , 109 , 167 -9, 174 , 175 , 179 , 181 , 189 ;
see also media
Ahopelto-Marjamäki, N. 97
Alvarez, R. 56
Amin, A. 109
Ansolabehere, S. 18 , 76 , 82 , 131
Appleton, A. 154

b
Bartels, L. 16 , 17 , 89 , 187
Bartolini, S. 23
Bean, C. 39 , 78
Bennett, S. 22 , 132
Bentele, G. 3
Berelson, B. 38 , 41 , 42
Bieber, C. 8
Blair, T. 25 , 146 , 149
Blais, A. 90
Blumler, J. 132 , 141
Bowen, L. 22
Bowler, S. 9 , 19 , 131 , 145 , 193
Bowman, K. 129
Brady, H. 90
Brannon, L. 83
Broughton, D. 153
Brown, C. 78
Brunner, W. 19
Budge, I. 62 , 76
Bueno, J. 132
Burnell, P. 14
Bush, G. 24 , 40 , 138
Bush, G.W. 24 , 127
Butler, D. 9 , 23 , 40 , 111 , 120 , 131 , 193
Bütschi, D. 166
Bützer, M. 21 , 145 , 186 , 189 , 191
Buzan, B. 12

c
Cacioppo, J. 42
campaign:
definition of 3 ;
events 17 ;
feedback 5 , 67 , 119 ;
goals 3 - 5 , 14 , 15 , 110 , 128 -9;
message 18 - 19 , 35 , 69 ;
model 6 ;
organization 97 -9, 111 , 112 , 113 , 124 , 130 ;
resources 7 , 17 - 18 , 38 , 59 , 71 , 72 , 99 - 100 , 106 , 112 , 120 , 189 ;
types 3 - 5 , 21 , 128 -9
campaign context 9 , 20 , 45 -6, 59 , 74 , 89 , 91 , 92 , 95 , 101 , 104 , 107 , 121 , 131 , 146 , 149 -51, 154 -6, 183 -4, 188 -90
campaign effects 13 - 16 , 44 , 185 , 186 ;
agenda-setting 76 , 77 ;
backlash 14 , 20 , 61 , 62 , 65 -6, 70 , 71 , 72 , 185 , 187 ;
cognitive 18 , 43 , 163 -4;
contingent nature of 77 , 88 -9, 141 -4, 146 , 147 -8, 149 , 188 -91;
image building 19 ;
mainstream 165 , 171 , 175 , 191 ;
mobilization 14 , 17 , 18 , 101 , 105 , 110 , 111 , 112 , 114 , 115 , 117 , 122 -3, 133 -4, 170 , 187 ;
opinion formation 44 , 145 -6, 149 , 155 -8, 159 , 166 -7, 179 -80, 183 ;
persuasion 14 , 17 , 18 , 76 , 110 , 151 , 156 -7, 159 , 165 , 186 ;
polarization 165 , 172 , 191 ;
priming 20 , 62 , 67 -9, 70 , 76 -9, 81 -2, 84 -5, 87 -9, 187 , 190 ;
study of 16 - 19 , 38 , 192 -3
campaign intensity 42 , 43 , 45 -6, 50 , 52 , 53 , 55 , 98 , 107 , 114 , 119 -21, 125 -6, 167 -8, 174 , 178 , 189
campaign issues 67 - 70 , 72 , 77 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 155 -6, 158 ;
dominant issue 77 , 78 , 79 - 80 , 84 , 87 -8
campaign modernization 9 , 12 , 34 , 41 , 96 , 106 , 108 , 109 , 114 -20, 130 -1, 190 , 192 -3

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