Vol. 51 Nbr. 2, June 2007
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- No joke: a comparison of substance in The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and broadcast network television coverage of the 2004 presidential election campaign.
- When Oprah intervenes: political correlates of daytime talk show viewing.
- Show the truth and let the audience decide: a Web-based survey showing support among viewers of Al-Jazeera for use of graphic imagery.
- Intra-Asian cultural flow: cultural homologies in Hong Kong and Japanese television soap operas.
- Effects of personality types on the use of television genre.
- Antecedents of adolescents' motives for television use.
- Sexual socialization messages on television programs most popular among teens.
- Producers, directors, and horizontal communication in television news production.
- An exploratory study of reality appeal: uses and gratifications of reality TV shows.
- Determining dimensions of reality: a concept mapping of the reality TV landscape.
- Global communication and Television across Europe.
- Redesigning Women: Television after the Network Era.
- Investigated reporting: Muckrakers, regulators, and the struggle over television documentary.
- Kathleen Hall Jamieson: "Finding Out" what matters in the world of national politics.