Reply to: Media Effects I: Agenda Setting
"Media events are carefully scripted to maximize politicians’ ability to control the political agenda."
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Reply to: Blog post of the month: Urban Agriculture: Food, Jobs, and Lower Food Miles
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Reply to: The things we do: Nudging people to give
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Reply to: #1 from 2017: Future jobs for youth in agriculture and food systems: Learning from our backyard in DC
Reply to: #2 from 2017: Doing good against all odds – remembering the forgotten
Wow! I am truly inspired and so respectful of the act that has been done. That passion and constant persistence shown by those who paid tribute to the lives lost is amazing.