Vol. 50 Nbr. 4, December - December 2006
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- The hidden history of product placement.
- In search of the older audience: adult age differences in television viewing.
- Laughing to keep from crying: humor and aggression in television commercial content.
- Sexual intercourse on television: do safe sex messages matter?
- Groups and goblins: the social and civic impact of an online game.
- Reassessing the potential contribution of communications research to communications policy: the case of media ownership.
- Spectrum efficiency and the public interest.
- The role of a scene in framing a story: an analysis of a scene's position, length, and proportion.
- Perceived source credibility of local television news: the impact of television form and presence.
- Developmental changes in adolescents' television viewing habits: longitudinal trajectories in a three-wave panel study.
- Murrow and McCarthy: re-revisited.
- Radio Morality and Culture, 1919-1945.
- Understanding electronic media audiences: the pioneering research of Alan M. Rubin.
- Vernon A. Stone: newsman and educator.