Krista Bruton and Kayndra Henderson
Greek Museum Media Visibility and Museum Visitation: An Exploration of Cultural Agenda
This study looked at how media visibility effected museum visitation. It used the agenda
setting theory, which states that t
Kirstyn Brokken & Amoy Blake
Chapter 9, endnote 15
The study done by Christiam Kolmer and Holli Semetko was a cross-national
comparative content analysis of 13 different news channels covering the Iraq war. In the
3-4 week time
Chapter 10, endnote 12
Lauzen, M. M., Dozier, D. M., & Horan, N. (2008). Constructing gender stereotypes
through social roles in prime-time television. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic
Media, 52(2), 200-214.
Linda Parker, Lauren Pape
Dobrow, Julia R., and Calvin L. Gidney. "Sign In." Sign In. Sage, n.d. Web. 25 Nov.
2012 <http:/ann.sagepub.com/content/557/1/105.full.pdf html>
Summary- Authors Julia R. Dobrow and Calvin L. Gidney crit
William Brown and Jacob Cooper
Ch. 10 endnote 14
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Sarah Whitaker & Bree Waldie
Newhagen, J.E., & Reeves, B.(1992).
The evenings bad news.
The study questioned the effects of compelling negative television
news images on memory. Studied how vivid or intense images might affect
Chapter 10, Endnote 44
Levesque, M.J., & Lowe, C.A. (1999). Face-ism as a determinant of interpersonal
perceptions: The influence of context on facial prominence effects. Sex Roles, 41(3-4),
Michelle Baker and Lauren Hale
The theory re
Ch 11 Endnote 32 Report
People of all ages use their mobile phones at all hours of the day, including adolescents.
Bulck, a researcher, decided to; assess the use of mobile phones by adolescents after lights out
Chapter 11 Endnote 19
Social Networking Sites and Our Lives
Kayla Conboy and Sarah McDowell
This study was based on telephone interviews asking people whether or not they
are isolated because of social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn,
Chapter 11 Endnote 31
Author: Louie Loya
Joanne Cantor is a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and
is the author of Conquer Cyberoverload: Get More Done, Boost Your Creativity,
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Children's Television Exposure and Behavioral and Social Outcomes at 5.5
Years: Does Timing of Exposure Matter?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children older than
2 years old limit their