Analyzing issue salience in international politics: preliminary fi ndings and open questions

Ryan C. Black, Amanda C. Bryan, Timothy R. Johnson

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Abstract

Introduction 1 For some time political scientists have been interested in understanding the theoretical mechanics and empirical implications of issue salience – research on salience cuts across nearly every cleavage in the discipline. It is a topic of interest to those who study political behavior and those who take a more institutional approach to studying politics (cf. Wlezien 2005; Miller et al. 2006; Epstein and Segal 2000; Kiousis 2004; Braman and Pickerill 2009). Attention to salience also spans across virtually all subfi elds, including American politics (Epstein and Segal 2000; Clinton and Lapinski 2006), comparative politics (Givens and Luedtke 2004), international relations (Diehl 1992) and formal theory (Selck 2006).

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIssue Salience in International Politics
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Pages241-257
Number of pages17
ISBN (Electronic)9781136725777
ISBN (Print)9780415586511
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011

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