Public Opinion

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Quelle: Public Opinion, Walter Lippmann, 1922.

"The founding book of modern journalism"
"The founding book in American media studies"
(James Carey)
Part Chapter Subchapter
  • INTRODUCTION
  1. The World Outside and the Pictures in Our Heads

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  • APPROACHES TO THE WORLD OUTSIDE
  1. Censorship and Privacy
  2. Contact and Opportunity
  3. Time and Attention
  4. Speed, Words, and Clearness

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  • STEREOTYPES
  1. Stereotypes
  2. Stereotypes as Defense
  3. Blind Spots and Their Value
  4. Codes and Their Enemies
  5. The Detection of Stereotypes
  • INTERESTS
  1. The Enlisting of Interest
  2. Self-Interest Reconsidered
  • THE MAKING OF A COMMON WILL
  1. The Transfer of Interest
  2. Yes or No
  3. Leaders and the Rank and File
  • THE IMAGE OF DEMOCRACY
  1. The Self-Centered Man
  2. The Self-Contained Community
  3. The Role of Force, Patronage, and Privilege
  4. The Old Image in a New Form:
  5. Guild Socialism
  6. A New Image
  • NEWSPAPERS
  1. The Buying Public
  2. The Constant Reader
  3. The Nature of News
  4. News, Truth, and a Conclusion
  • ORGANIZED INTELLIGENCE
  1. The Entering Wedge
  2. Intelligence Work
  3. The Appeal to the Public
  4. The Appeal to Reason