Table of contents for The mass media and Latino politics : studies of U.S. media content, campaign strategies, and survey research : 1984-2004 / [edited by Federico A. Subervi-Vãaelez].

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Table of Contents
1	Introduction 
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez
Part I: Foundations
2	What is Known? Writings on Contributions of Newspapers and other Mass Media to Latino Political Life
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez
3	Theoretical, Contextual, and Methodological Considerations
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez
Part II: Studies of Media Coverage of Elections
A. The Spanish-Language Media
4	Spanish-Language Daily Newspapers and Presidential Elections
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez (1984, 1988 campaign)
with collaborations by 
	Marc Brindel (1992 campaign)
	Juandalynn Taylor and Renée Espinoza (1996 campaign)
5	Univisión and Telemundo on the Campaign Trail: 1988
	Patricia Constantakis-Valdés
6	Watching the 2000 Presidential Campaign on Univsión and Telemundo
	Laurien Alexandre and Henrik Rehbinder
7	Hablando Política: What Spanish-Language Television News Told us About the 2004 Elections
	Matthew Hale, Tricia Olsen and Erika Franklin Fowler
B. The English-Language Media
8	Latino Politics in General Market English-Language Daily Newspapers: 1988 - 2004 
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez; in collaboration with José Carlos Lozano (1988 study)
9	Coverage of Latino Political Issues in Forty General Market Daily Newspapers Nationwide: 1989
	Louis DeSipio and James Henson
10	Television News, Character Issues and Latino Images in U.S. National Elections of 1988, 1992 and 1996
	Kenton Wilkinson
11	La Mala Educación of Network Media and National Politics: A Content Analysis of the Education Issue in the 2000 Presidential Election
	Amy Langenkamp and Federico A. Subervi-Vélez
Part III: Campaign Strategies, Political Advertisements, Surveys
12	Democratic and Republican Mass Communication Campaign Strategies: Historical Overview
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez and Stacey Connaughton
13	Pluralism Examined: Party Television Expenditures Focused on the Latino Vote in Presidential Elections
	Zachary Oberfield and Adam J. Segal
14	Talk About Issues: Policy Considerations in Campaign 2004 Latino-Oriented Presidential Spots
	Stacey Connaughton, Dina Nekrassova and Katie Lever 
15.	Latinos¿ Use of Media and the Media¿s Influence on Political Knowledge and Participation: Findings From the 1989 Latino National Political Survey
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez (with Victor Menayang, collaborator)
16.	Latino Agenda-Setting Effect on the 2004 Presidential Election
María Flores and Maxwell McCombs
Summary and Conclusion. Recommendations for New directions for Latino Political Communication Research
	Federico A. Subervi-Vélez 
Bibliography (one compendium for the whole book)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hispanic Americans -- Politics and government.
Hispanic Americans and mass media.
Hispanic Americans -- Statistics.
Mass media -- Political aspects -- United States.
Political participation -- United States.
Political campaigns -- United States.
Communication in politics -- United States.
United States -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-.