Vol. 53 Nbr. 1, March 2009
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- A note from Susan Brinson, on the occasion of assuming editorship of this journal.
- The effect of television viewing on adolescents' civic participation: political efficacy as a mediating mechanism.
- Taboo or not taboo? That is the question: offensive language on prime-time broadcast and cable programming.
- The effects of viewing Grey's Anatomy on perceptions of doctors and patient satisfaction.
- The spiral of violence: equity of violent reprisal in professional wrestling and its dispositional and motivational features.
- A sales floor in the sky: Philadelphia department stores and the radio boom of the 1920s.
- Informing citizens: how people with different levels of education process television, newspaper, and Web news.
- Unraveling uses and effects of an Interactive Health Communication System.
- Controversial rap themes, gender portrayals and skin tone distortion: a content analysis of rap music videos.
- Radio's America: The Great Depression and the rise of modern culture.
- 21st century journalism in India.
- Mobile communication and society: A global perspective.
- The Columbia history of American television.
- Live television: Time, space and the broadcast event.
- "Something on My Own": Gertrude Berg and American broadcasting, 1929-1956.
- Outside the box: Corporate media, globalization, and the UPS strike.
- Television in the multichannel age: A brief history of cable television.