Vol. 50 Nbr. 1, March 2006
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- More than words alone: incorporating broadcasters' nonverbal communication into the stages of crisis coverage theory--evidence from September 11th.
- Candidate appearances on soft news shows and public knowledge about primary campaigns.
- The "I" of embedded reporting: an analysis of CNN coverage of the "Shock and Awe" campaign.
- Effects of showing risk in beer commercials to young drinkers.
- Female news professionals in local and national broadcast news during the buildup to the Iraq War.
- Sports versus all comers: comparing TV sports fans with fans of other programming genres.
- The impact of television viewing on perceptions of juvenile crime.
- Predicting satellite radio adoption via listening motives, activity, and format preference.
- Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism. .
- First ladies.
- Jennings Bryant: the "Compleat" scholar.