Lynda Lee Kaid spends much of her time researching Advertising, Politics, Public opinion, Presidential system and Political communication. Specifically, her work in Advertising is concerned with the study of Television advertising. Her Politics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public broadcasting and Media studies.
Her study looks at the relationship between Public opinion and topics such as Newspaper, which overlap with Terrorism and Journalism. Lynda Lee Kaid interconnects Mediation and Presentation in the investigation of issues within Presidential system. Her Political communication research incorporates themes from International political economy, Political management, Political science of religion, Communication studies and Voting behavior.
Lynda Lee Kaid mainly investigates Politics, Advertising, Media studies, Political advertising and Political communication. Her Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social psychology, Content analysis and Public relations. Her Advertising research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cynicism, General election and Presidential campaign.
In her work, Public administration is strongly intertwined with Democracy, which is a subfield of Media studies. The concepts of her Political communication study are interwoven with issues in Social science and Communication studies. Lynda Lee Kaid studied Presidential system and Voting behavior that intersect with Political management.
Lynda Lee Kaid mostly deals with Politics, Advertising, Scale, General election and Public administration. The various areas that Lynda Lee Kaid examines in her Politics study include Global warming and Climate change. Within one scientific family, Lynda Lee Kaid focuses on topics pertaining to Marketing under Advertising, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Public relations.
Her Public relations research integrates issues from Advertising research, Content analysis, Political management and Newspaper. Her Public administration research focuses on Parliament and how it connects with Political communication, Primary election, Interdependence and Turnout. Her Voting behavior study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Focus group, Political economy and Democracy.
Her main research concerns Politics, Advertising, Content analysis, Newspaper and Public relations. Lynda Lee Kaid integrates many fields, such as Politics and engineering, in her works. Her study in Advertising is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Political advertising, Marketing, Political communication and Presidential campaign.
Her Content analysis study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Framing and Ideology. Her research integrates issues of Climate change, Agency, Harm, Public opinion and Outreach in her study of Newspaper. Her Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Advertising research, Public land, Political management and Voting behavior.
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The Impact of Web Site Campaigning on Traditional News Media and Public Information Processing
Gyotae Ku;Lynda Lee Kaid;Michael Pfau.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (2003)
Media Coverage of Climate Change in Chile: A Content Analysis of Conservative and Liberal Newspapers
Devin M. Dotson;Susan K. Jacobson;Lynda Lee Kaid;J. Stuart Carlton.
Environmental Communication-a Journal of Nature and Culture (2012)
Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of the Florida Panther
Susan K. Jacobson;Cynthia Langin;Cynthia Langin;J. Stuart Carlton;J. Stuart Carlton;Lynda Lee Kaid.
Conservation Biology (2012)
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