- Title Pages
Chapter 1What Is “In-Your-Face” Politics?
Chapter 2The Consequences of In-Your-Face Politics for Arousal and Memory
Chapter 3Effects on Public Perceptions of the Legitimacy of the Opposition
Chapter 4The Costs of In-Your-Face Politics for Political Trust
Chapter 5Real-World Contexts
Chapter 6Who Watches This Stuff Anyway?
Chapter 7Does the Medium Matter?
Chapter 8How Politics on Television Has Changed
Chapter 9Making Politics Palatable
Appendix ASummary of Experimental Designs
Appendix BSummary of Experimental Dependent Variables
Appendix CNational Survey Questions for Orientation toward Conflict Communication Scales
Appendix DCoding Form for Political Television Programs
Appendix ECoding Instructions for Televised Conflicts
- In-Your-Face Politics
Diana C. Mutz
- Princeton University Press
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