2011 - Helen Dinerman Prize, World Association of Public Opinion Research
His primary areas of study are Mass media, Media studies, Public opinion, Social science and Public relations. Maxwell McCombs has included themes like Journalism and Media relations in his Mass media study. His study in Media relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Framing, Function and Agenda building.
When carried out as part of a general Media studies research project, his work on News media is frequently linked to work in Shadow and Child abuse, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Agenda-setting theory, Newspaper, Positive economics and Public administration. His work deals with themes such as Business communication, Salience and Political communication, which intersect with Public relations.
Maxwell McCombs focuses on Public relations, Media studies, Public opinion, News media and Newspaper. His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as News values, Framing, Political communication and Mass media. His Mass media research includes themes of Function, American political science and Media relations.
Maxwell McCombs is involved in the study of Media studies that focuses on Journalism in particular. The concepts of his Public opinion study are interwoven with issues in Agenda-setting theory and Public administration. Maxwell McCombs studied Newspaper and Content analysis that intersect with Political advertising.
Maxwell McCombs mostly deals with Public relations, Media studies, Public opinion, Politics and Mass media. The various areas that he examines in his Public relations study include Agenda-setting theory, Content analysis and Sociology of religion. Maxwell McCombs studies Journalism, a branch of Media studies.
His research integrates issues of Perception, Salience, News media, Newspaper and Feeling in his study of Public opinion. His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Political economy and Reading. His Mass media research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in De facto, Communication theory, Trace and Excellence.
Maxwell McCombs spends much of his time researching Public opinion, Public relations, Politics, Advertising and Media studies. His research investigates the connection between Public opinion and topics such as Newspaper that intersect with problems in Public administration, Public policy and Government. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Public relations and Network analysis in his work.
His Politics study incorporates themes from Context, Political economy, Globalization and News media. In his research on the topic of Advertising, Spanish Civil War and Microblogging is strongly related with Content analysis. His work in Media studies addresses issues such as Mass media, which are connected to fields such as Trace, Communication theory, Excellence and Agenda-setting theory.
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THE AGENDA-SETTING FUNCTION OF MASS MEDIA
Maxwell E. McCOMBS;Donald L. Shaw.
Public Opinion Quarterly (1972)
The Evolution of Agenda-Setting Research: Twenty-Five Years in the Marketplace of Ideas
Maxwell E. McCombs;Donald L. Shaw.
Journal of Communication (1993)
Communication and Democracy : Exploring the intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-setting theory
Maxwell E. McCombs;Donald Lewis Shaw;David H. Weaver.
Agenda-setting Effects of Business News on the Public's Images and Opinions about Major Corporations
Craig E Carroll;Maxwell McCombs.
Corporate Reputation Review (2003)
A Look at Agenda-setting: past, present and future
Journalism Studies (2005)
Candidate Images in Spanish Elections: Second-Level Agenda-Setting Effects
Maxwell McCombs;Juan Pablo Llamas;Esteban Lopez-Escobar;Federico Rey.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (1997)
Media Salience and the Process of Framing: Coverage of the Columbine School Shootings:
Hsiang Iris Chyi;Maxwell McCombs.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (2004)
The emergence of American political issues : the agenda-setting function of the press
Donald Lewis Shaw;Maxwell E. McCombs.
Television and Human Behavior
Jib Fowles;George Comstock;Steven Chaffee;Natan Katzman.
Technology and Culture (1980)
The Convergence of Agenda Setting and Framing
Maxwell McCombs;Salma I. Ghanem.
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