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Leonard Bernstein's and Roger Englander's educational mission: Music appreciation and the 1961--62 season of "Young People's Concerts"
Green entertainment: Effects on attitude accessibility, norm accessibility, and behavioral correlates
Broadcast media sourcing: A case study of the 2010 health care debate
As advertised: Depicting the postwar American woman from bride, to wife, to mother
The relations of parental acculturation, parental mediation, and children's educational television program viewing in immigrant families
African American news websites: Publishers' views, perspectives and experiences in relation to the social construction of news, online news and the Black press
The mean world effects of reality television: Perceptions of antisocial behaviors resulting from exposure to competition-based reality programming
The messenger overwhelming the message: The impact of ideological cues on information acquisition, counterarguing, and perceptions of media bias
Correlates of e-government use in county governments
Developing a hierarchy of the adolescent susceptibility construct that can be used in health communication campaigns to target adolescents at risk
Political ecology in large-format films: Analyzing environmental representation and audience reception of IMAX nature documentaries
Media exposure, body dissatisfaction and disordered eating: An examination of mediating and moderating mechanisms
Offensive language spoken on popular morning radio programs
An analysis of National Youth Tobacco Surveys: Using substantive risk predictors to target communication campaigns
Exploring mood management via exposure to a massively multi-player online game
The effects of media interactivity on mood regulation: An experimental study
The commodification of sexuality: A critical analysis of "Queer Eye"
Democratizing communication: Media activism and broadcasting reform in Thailand
Reactance and the hostile media effect: Placing the effect within the theory
Global broadband diffusion: Identifying the factors affecting a country's broadband deployment and a government's role in it
Rage against the machine: How Indymedia's radical project is working to create the new public sphere
To catch a liar: A cross-cultural comparison of computer-mediated deceptive communication
Risk perceptions, worry and communication as predictors of lung, colon and skin cancer-related behaviors
Iraqi insurgents' use of YouTube as a strategic communication tool: An exploratory content analysis
The role of moral disengagement in the judgment of characters and the enjoyment of violent film
HIV-related information seeking among residential university students in three Caribbean countries
Games of idealized courtship and seduction in the paintings of Antoine Watteau and Jean-Honore Fragonard and in Laclos' novel, "Dangerous Liaisons"
MuzikMafia: Community, identity, and change from the Nashville scene to the popular mainstream
Under the rainbow: Post-closet gay male representation in American theatre and television
Predicting blood donations among college students as a strategy to design voluntary blood donation campaigns in China
Audience use of new media applications on NPR.org: An exploratory study
"Femme dysfunction is pure gold":* A feminist political economic analysis of Bravo's "The Real Housewives"
Why we still fight: Adolescents, virtual war, and the government-gaming nexus
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