Vol. 49 Nbr. 4, December 2005
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- Discovering "Joe Six Pack" content in television news: the hidden history of audience research, news consultants, and the Warner class model.
- Path not taken: wired wireless and broadcasting in the 1920s.
- Late-night learning: do entertainment programs increase political campaign knowledge for young viewers?
- Television news viewing, governmental scope, and postmaterialist spending: assessing mediation by partisanship.
- Effects of affective orientation and video game play on aggressive thoughts and behaviors.
- Black media images as a perceived threat to African American ethnic identity: coping responses, perceived public perception, and attitudes towards affirmative action.
- Embedded reporting during the invasion and occupation of Iraq: how the embedding of journalists affects television news reports.
- Children's exposure to negative Internet content: effects of family context.
- New communication technologies and society.
- Broadcast history from many perspectives.
- The media and globalization.
- Teacher-scholar Herbert Zettl: applied educational ideals.