ISSN 0021-9916 (Print); ISSN 1460-2466 (Online)
The Relationship Between the Perceived and Actual Effectiveness of Persuasive Messages: A Meta-Analysis With Implications for Formative Campaign Research
Dillard, James Price; Weber, Kirsten M; Vail, Renata G.
Hostile Media Perceptions, Presumed Media Influence, and Minority Alienation: The Case of Arabs in Israel
Taking Television Seriously: A Sound and Image Bite Analysis of Presidential Campaign Coverage, 1992–2004
Bucy, Erik P.; Grabe, Maria Elizabeth
Campaign Ads, Online Messaging, and Participation: Extending the Communication Mediation Model
Shah, Dhavan V.; Cho, Jaeho; Nah, Seungahn; Gotlieb, Melissa R.; Hwang, Hyunseo; Lee, Nam-Jin; Scholl, Rosanne M.; McLeod, Douglas M.
Direct and Differential Effects of the Internet on Political and Civic Engagement
Xenos, Michael; Moy, Patricia
Memory in Journalism and the Memory of Journalism: Israeli Journalists and the Constructed Legacy of Haolam Hazeh
The Gender News Use Divide: Americans’ Sex-Typed Selective Exposure to Online News Topics
Knobloch-Westerwick, Silvia; Alter, Scott
Four Decades of Violent Content on Prime-Time Network Programming: A Longitudinal Meta-Analytic Review
Exploring the Forms of Self-Censorship: On the Spiral of Silence and the Use of Opinion Expression Avoidance Strategies
Hayes, Andrew F.
Business, not politics: The making of the gay market - by Katherine Sender
Jack, Gavin A.
Outside the box: Corporate media, globalization, and the united parcel service strike - by Deepa Kumar
Tracy, James F.
Waves of opposition: Labor and the struggle for democratic radio - by Elizabeth Fones-Wolf
Benjamin, Louise M.
Facework: Bridging theory and practice - by Kathy Domenici & Stephen W. Littlejohn
Critical cyberculture studies - Edited by David Silver & Adrienne Massanari
Avatars of story - by Marie-Laure Ryan
Nicholas, Cheryl L.
The perils and promise of global transparency: Why the information revolution may not lead to security, democracy, or peace - by Kristin M. Lord
Scripting the Black masculine body: Identity, discourse, and racial politics in popular media - by Ronald L. Jackson, II
Brown, Timothy J.
Index to Volume 57