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Unusual Routines: Organizational (Non)Sensemaking
Rice, Ronald E.
When Online Meets Offline: An Expectancy Violations Theory Perspective on Modality Switching
Ramirez, Artemio; Wang, Zuoming
Tender Affective States as Predictors of Entertainment Preference
Oliver, Mary Beth
Fictional Narratives Cultivate Just-World Beliefs
Mechanisms Through Which Adolescents Attend and Respond to Antismoking Media Campaigns
Crime News and Racialized Beliefs: Understanding the Relationship Between Local News Viewing and Perceptions of African Americans and Crime
Dixon, Travis L.
Norwegian Media Policy Objectives and the Theory of a Paradigm Shift
What I Watch and Who I Am: National Pride and the Viewing of Local and Foreign Television in Israel
Newspaper Coverage of Intimate Partner Violence: Skewing Representations of Risk
Carlyle, Kellie E.; Slater, Michael D.; Chakroff, Jennifer L.
Review essay: Transnational television in transition: Emerging forces, persistent powers - by Graham Murdock
Advertising on trial: Consumer activism and corporate public relations in the 1930s - by Inger L. Stole
Pennock, Pamela E.
Consumed: How markets corrupt children, infantilize adults, and swallow citizens whole - by Benjamin R. Barber
McAllister, Matthew P.
Dispatches form the color line: The press and multiracial America - by Catherine R. Squires
Family talk: Discourse and identity in four American families - Edited by Deborah. Tannen, Shari. Kendall, & Cynthia. Gordon
Johnson, Amy Janan
When the press fails: Political power and the news media from Iraq to Katrina - by W. Lance Bennett, Regina G. Lawrence, & Steven Livingston