Vol. 44 Nbr. 3, June 2000
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- The influence of perceived parental guidance patterns on children's media use: gender differences and media displacement.
- College-educated mothers' ideas about television and their active mediation of viewing by three- to five-year-old children: Japan and the U.S.A.
- A case study of commercial television in India: assessing the organizational mechanisms of cultural imperialism.
- Dimensions of parasocial interaction by letter-writers to a popular entertainment-education soap opera in India.
- A cross-cultural content analysis of sex-role stereotyping in television advertisements: a comparison between Great Britain and New Zealand.
- Canadian Marconi: CFCF television from signal hill to the Canadian television network.
- The impact of television advertising on children's Christmas wishes.
- Latino USA: constructing a news and public affairs radio program.
- The symbolic agenda of a British satellite broadcaster's 1997 general election coverage.
- Gender-differentiated production features in toy commercials.
- Integrating race and gender issues into the basic media writing course.
- An analysis of qualitative research in the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 1978-1998.
- By the numbers: the use of ratings data in academic research.