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  • Missika Jean-Louis (SAGE Publications, 1986-03-01)
    In most decisions of everyday life, whether it be buying a car or electing an official representative, individuals use simple and synthetic operational means which take the form of statements summarizing a criterion for ...
  • Hermes Joke; Schutgens Veronique (SAGE Publications, 1992-09-01)
    The feminist monthly Opzij is the only general audience feminist publication in the Netherlands. Its readership is growing steadily. Because there are few studies of feminist magazines or their readership and because of ...
  • McQuail Denis (SAGE Publications, 1997-12-01)
    Developments in technology, deregulation and increased commercialization have combined to pose a threat to established ways of relating the activities and aspirations of mass media to the `needs of society'. At the core ...
  • Bonfadelli Heinz (SAGE Publications, 1993-06-01)
    This article deals with the various empirical research projects on mass media use by adolescents, carried out in the German-speaking countries of Europe in the 1980s. It provides an overview of the development and the ...
  • Snyder Leslie B.; Willenborg Bartjan; Watt James (SAGE Publications, 1991-12-01)
    In response to the global debates about advertising standardization, cultural imperialism, convergence and autonomy, we describe changes in the national and international character of advertising messages in Western Europ ...
  • Wilke Jrgen (SAGE Publications, 1995-03-01)
    Agenda-setting has been a topic of study in the field of communications research for two decades. What is absent so far is an attempt to make the concept of agenda-setting useful in an historical context as well or an ...
  • Rocheron Yvette; Linn Olga (SAGE Publications, 1989-12-01)
    This article looks critically at the current literature about Aids and relates some of the assumptions to the concept of the `moral panic'. It discusses this concept in relation to what we know about mass communication ...
  • Cohen Akiba A. (SAGE Publications, 1989-12-01)
    An analysis of television news interviews in the United States, Britain and South Africa reveals that the newcasts differ in terms of the frequency of interviewing, the frequency of the presentation within the interviews ...
  • Tomlinson John (SAGE Publications, 1994-06-01)
    Anthony Giddens's account of social modernity gives prominence to the process of globalization. This article examines one specific aspect of Giddens's discussion of global modernity: his claim that `although everyone lives ...
  • Barnett Steven (SAGE Publications, 1989-12-01)
  • d'Haenens Leen (SAGE Publications, 1996-06-01)
    In this study, three arts programmes were analysed, each with an individual format and specific function: (1) the arts diary which announces the cultural events in Belgium during the coming week; (2) the arts magazine which ...
  • Hillve Peter; Majanen Peter; Rosengren Karl Erik (SAGE Publications, 1997-09-01)
    The quality of the output from various television channels and systems is often discussed but seldom rated or measured in any systematic way. However, due to a Japanese initiative undertaken some years ago, an international ...
  • van Cuilenburg Jan J.; Kleinnijenhuis Jan; de Ridder Jan A. (SAGE Publications, 1986-03-01)
    Charles E. Osgood and his colleagues developed a technique for content analysis called `Evaluative Assertion Analysis' (Osgood, 1956). An elaboration of the technique will be presented here. Sentences are split up into ...
  • Hellman Heikki (SAGE Publications, 1996-03-01)
    Discussing the gendering of technology, the article concentrates on one specific domestic technology, which is often considered as `male' dominated, the video cassette recorder (VCR). Comparing and elaborating research ...
  • Weimann Gabriel; Fishman Gideon (SAGE Publications, 1988-12-01)
    The growing body of research on the subject of women and the media has only recently begun to consider the treatment of female criminality. The present study examines the `chivalry hypothesis' as related to media portrayals ...
  • Kaid Lynda Lee; Holtz-Bacha Christina (SAGE Publications, 1993-03-01)
    This paper reports the results of an experiment conducted during the December 1990 German national election. The design involved exposure of subjects in western (Hannover and Munich) and eastern (Leipzig) Germany to the ...
  • Mytton Graham; Forrester Carol (SAGE Publications, 1988-12-01)
    More than eighty governments support international broadcasting services. There are also commercial, religious and other kinds of station. Both the number of stations and their hours of output have greatly increased since ...
  • Mazzoleni Gianpietro (SAGE Publications, 1986-03-01)
  • Jakubowicz Karol (SAGE Publications, 1986-03-01)
  • Uekermann Heinz R. (SAGE Publications, 1986-03-01)