ISSN 0021-9916 (Print); ISSN 1460-2466 (Online)
The Identity of Communication Research
Broad Reach or Biased Source? Decomposing the Hostile Media Effect
Gunther, Albert C.; Liebhart, Janice L.
None Dare Call It Torture: Indexing and the Limits of Press Independence in the Abu Ghraib Scandal
Bennett, W. Lance; Lawrence, Regina G.; Livingston, Steven
Parenting the Internet
Eastin, Matthew S.; Greenberg, Bradley S.; Hofschire, Linda
Building the Public Sphere: Bases and Biases
Sinekopova, Galina V.
Is It Talking, Thinking, or Both? A Lagged Dependent Variable Model of Discussion Effects on Political Knowledge
Eveland, William P.; Thomson, Tiffany
Issue News and Corporate Reputation: Applying the Theories of Agenda Setting and Issue Ownership in the Field of Business Communication
Meijer, May-May; Kleinnijenhuis, Jan
Does Advertising Literacy Mediate the Effects of Advertising on Children? A Critical Examination of Two Linked Research Literatures in Relation to Obesity and Food Choice
Livingstone, Sonia; Helsper, Ellen J.
How Peers Mediate Media Influence on Adolescents’ Sexual Attitudes and Sexual Behavior
Chia, Stella C.
Themes of Whiteness in Bulletproof Monk, Kill Bill, and The Last Samurai
Tierney, Sean M.
Technological visions: The hopes and fears that shape new technologies - by Marita Sturken, Douglas Thomas, & Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach
Napoli, Philip M.
Word matters: Multicultural perspectives on information societies - by Alain Ambrosi, Valérie Peugeot, & Daniel Pimienta
Abramson, Bram Dov
Children’s friendships: The beginnings of intimacy - by Judy Dunn
Maintaining long-distance and cross-residential relationships - by Laura Stafford
Self-help, Inc.: Makeover culture in American life - by Micki McGee
Religion, media, and the public sphere - by Birgit Meyer & Annelies Moors
Stout, Daniel A.
Campaigning for hearts and minds: How emotional appeals in political ads work - by Ted Brader
The prime-time presidency: The West Wing and U.S. nationalism - by Trevor Parry-Giles & Shawn J. Parry-Giles