Vol. 53 Nbr. 2, June 2009
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- "Naturally" less exciting? Visual production of men's and women's track and field coverage during the 2004 Olympics.
- Publicized intimacies on reality television: an analysis of voyeuristic content and its contribution to the appeal of reality programming.
- Controlling nature: weathercasts on local television news.
- Videotime: selection and structuring family social time with rented commercially prerecorded electronic media.
- "Split screens" and "spin rooms": debate modality, post-debate coverage, and the new videomalaise.
- The rivalry of nonverbal cues on the perception of politicians by television viewers.
- Media exposure and viewers' attitudes toward homosexuality: evidence for mainstreaming or resonance?
- Effects of priming social goals on personal interest in television news.
- Social interaction and co-viewing with youtube: blending mass communication reception and social connection.
- The cultural turn in International Communication.