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agenda

a list of items of business scheduled for discussion at a meeting.
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Some of the big four agendas the national government plans to undertake are devolved.
Los determinantes del proceso de produccion de las agendas mediaticas quedaron plasmados en la metafora de las capas de la cebolla (McCombs, 1992).
Candidates themselves are a main force in shaping an election, but few studies have been conducted about the effects candidates have on the media's agendas (Heim, 2013).
Su linea de investigacion se centra en el estudio de la agenda politica, mediatica y publica; ademas, es colaboradora del diario argentino Pagina 12 y de Le Monde Diplomatique.
Las agendas de los medios que integran el estudio se conformaron a partir de los contenidos publicados en los trabajos periodisticos sobre temas provinciales divulgados durante los meses de enero, febrero y marzo del ano 2013.
And the "environmental" agenda being used to justify it, while it must be understood in the context of everything else that is happening, will play a crucial role in their broader agenda: Global totalitarianism.
A simple, yet powerful tool to make meetings productive and make people feel good about attending, is an agenda.
Social media allow us to set our own agendas for discussion.
Research indicates the mainstream media affects the blogosphere agenda and vice versa (Delwiche, 2005; Wallsten, 2007a), and in some situations these agendas overlap (Delwiche, 2005); however, no clear pattern has been determined for why or when this occurs.
World Health Assembly agendas do not always reflect international health priorities in terms of disease burden.
15 about the board members relationship with each other and how agendas are set after the matter was removed by Chairman Kenneth Sydow prior to the Oct.