Vol. 47 Nbr. 2, June 2003
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- Does audience skepticism of the media matter in agenda setting?
- Environmental concern, patterns of television viewing, and pro-environmental behaviors: integrating models of media consumption and effects.
- Television exposure and the public's perceptions of physicians.
- Homosexuality on All My Children: transforming the daytime landscape.
- Low television, high fidelity: taste and the gendering of home entertainment technologies.
- The history of "travelers": recycling in American prime time network programming.
- Epilogue to the quiz show scandal: a case study of the FCC and corporate favoritism.
- Is the mainstreaming effect of cultivation an artifact of regression to the mean?
- The attraction and repulsion of media sex.
- Technology and aesthetics: new perspectives on visual communication.