Vol. 52 Nbr. 2, June 2008
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- The effects of sex in television drama shows on emerging adults' sexual attitudes and moral judgments.
- Responding to change on TV: how viewer-controlled changes in content differ from programmed changes in content.
- Constructing gender stereotypes through social roles in prime-time television.
- The games through the NBC lens: gender, ethnic, and national equity in the 2006 Torino Winter Olympics.
- Food and beverage advertising on U.S. television: a comparison of child-targeted versus general audience commercials.
- Cultivation effects on quality of life indicators: exploring the effects of American television consumption on feelings of relative deprivation in South Korea and India.
- Direct and indirect aggression on prime-time network television.
- Socialization to work in late adolescence: the role of television and family.
- The influence of television news depictions of the images of war on viewers.
- Sesame Street and the reform of children's television.
- The media were American.