The Great Debates: Carter vs. Ford, 1976

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • For the Debaters v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part I - Background and Perspective 1
  • 1. Introduction Presidential Debates: Political Option or Public Decree? 3
  • Notes 9
  • 2 - Broadcasting in Presidential Campaigns, 1960-1976 11
  • Notes 36
  • 3 - Legal and Political Aspects: Was Section 315 Circumvented? 41
  • Notes 49
  • 4 - The Public Agenda Foundation: an Experiment in Issues Analysis 54
  • Notes 65
  • 5 - The Presidential Forums 68
  • 6 the Sponsor: the League of Women Voters Education Fund 83
  • 7 Candidate Briefings 105
  • 8 Production Diary of the Debates 110
  • Notes 154
  • 9 - Making the Least of It? Television Coverage of the Audio Gap 158
  • Notes 173
  • 10 - The Good but Not Great Nondebates: Some Random Personal Notes 175
  • 11 Grilling the Pols: Q & a at the Debates 187
  • Notes 208
  • 12 - Presidential Debates: a Plan for the Future 209
  • Part II - Effects of the Debates 221
  • 13 Uses and Effects of the 1976 Debates: An Overview of Empirical Studies 223
  • Notes 258
  • References 259
  • 14. the Polls 262
  • Conclusions 268
  • 15 - Informing the Electorate: a National Study 269
  • Notes 292
  • References 296
  • 16. Immediate and Mediated Responses: First Debate 298
  • Notes 312
  • References 313
  • 17. Impact on Partisan, Image, and Issue Voting 314
  • Notes 328
  • References 328
  • 18 - Influence on Vote Decisions 331
  • Notes 346
  • References 346
  • 19 - Reactions of Young and Older Voters: Expanding the Context of Effects 348
  • Note 367
  • References 367
  • 20. Adolescents' Responses to Issues and Images 368
  • Note 383
  • References 383
  • 21. Information Flow and the Shaping of Meanings 384
  • References 396
  • 22 Shifts in Candidate Imagese 398
  • Note 404
  • References 404
  • 23. Media Influences and Their Anticipation 405
  • Notes 416
  • 24 Influence on Public Agendas 418
  • Notes 427
  • References 428
  • 25 - Home State Voter Response and Secondary Media Coverage 429
  • 26 - Impact of Ethnic Issues on Ethnic Voters 437
  • References 445
  • Part III - Texts of the Debates 447
  • 27 - The Significance of Written Texts 449
  • Notes 541
  • Contributors 542
  • Index 545
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