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Synonyms for agenda

hidden agenda


  • hidden motive
  • secret plan
  • secret intention
  • hidden ploy
  • ulterior motive

Synonyms for agenda

an organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

Synonyms for agenda

a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to

a list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting)

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Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura raised a concern that so far there is no blueprint on Uhuru's big four agendas.
While other time-tested and effective tools include fact-finders, surveys/audits, and sales proposals, learning the proper use of an agenda is the one essential process that satisfies all interested parties: producers, CSRs, agency management, E&O attorneys, and most of all, the customer.
En tanto, ni la television ni los medios graficos parecen influir en la decision de las agendas de los partidos politicos.
Tedesco's findings raised a question about whether the president influences newspaper agendas or vice versa (Sweetser et al.
En el segundo capitulo, "Los padres intelectuales de la agenda setting", a mi juicio hay una aportacion importante al estudio de la comunicacion politica, pues describe los inicios fundacionales del trabajo en este campo.
Con estos datos se conformo una agenda mediatica completa en la que se cruzaron los resultados del analisis de contenido realizado a las agendas de los medios por separado.
Second, the entire agenda is being imposed on Americans in a flagrantly anti-constitutional manner.
There were a number of things that got accomplished over the two days, but it was clear to me that so much more could have been done by thinking through an agenda beforehand, and sharing it with everyone.
This book would be a valuable resource for journalism students, although benefit would also be gained from anyone interested in learning how to set a public agenda or manipulate the news.
The only two exceptions were the two-way relationship between the elite media and interest group agendas (H2d: [beta] = .
In response to a similar situation last year, in which a resident looking to lease town land wanted to talk to selectmen after the meeting was posted, the board added a public comment portion to its regular agendas.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Summit will bring together over 800 Members of the Network of Global Agenda Councils, comprising global experts - thought leaders from academia, business, government and civil society - from 80 countries to address some of the most pressing issues on the global, regional and industry agendas.
La estabilidad en las agendas (septiembre 2000/diciembre 2004).
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