primary and secondary effects

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In effects research, primary effects are those which are immediate or more predictable while secondary effects are those which are subsequent or less predictable. Secondary effects are distinguished from indirect effects. The terms do not signify relative importance: a secondary effect could be more important than the primary one.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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