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The media and public agendas: testing for media effects in Argentina during the Kirchner administration

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  • Juan Carlos Cuestas
  • Sebastián Freille
  • Patricio O'Gorman

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In this paper we examine the presence of agenda-setting effects by the print media in Argentina during 2003 and 2008. Using previously unavailable monthly data on newspapers mentions we test two hypotheses about the relationship between the different agendas. We find support for the hypothesis that there were media effects during our period of analyisis. More specifically, we find that the total number of newspaper mentions of the President positively influenced public confidence in the government. Finally, there is also evidence of a strong and stable relationship between the total number of economic news and leading economic indicators.

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  • Juan Carlos Cuestas & Sebastián Freille & Patricio O'Gorman, 2010. "The media and public agendas: testing for media effects in Argentina during the Kirchner administration," Working Papers 2010/5, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham Business School, Economics Division.
  • Handle: RePEc:nbs:wpaper:2010/5
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    Agenda-setting; Public opinion; Cointegration; Media effects;

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