Vol. 49 Nbr. 1, March 2005
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- BEA's 50th anniversary celebration: a note from the editor.
- Wait! Don't turn that dial! More excitement to come! The effects of story length and production pacing in local television news on channel changing behavior and information processing in a free choice environment.
- Effects of arousing visuals and redundancy on cognitive assessment of television news.
- The liberal media myth revisited: an examination of factors influencing perceptions of media bias.
- Color coded: racial descriptors in television coverage of intercollegiate sports.
- Teenagers' perceptions of online privacy and coping behaviors: a risk-benefit appraisal approach.
- Jacqueline Kennedy and Cold War propaganda.
- Christopher H. Sterling: a protean and prolific presence.
- Bradley S. Greenberg: advancing communication research, making a difference.
- The digital dilemma: making the most of the digital communication technology and pedagogy.