The V-Chip Debate: Content Filtering from Television to the Internet

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AUTHOR INDEX

A
Albiniak, Paige, 84n 6, 153n34-35, 153n37
Anderson, Robert, 240 n104
Andrews, Edmund L., 26, 32, 43
Andrews, Whit, 239 n78
Anstrom, Decker, 134, 139, 148, 151n3-4, 152n14, 153n44
Arnold, Douglas R., 151n2
Asch, Kim, 88n 66
Atkinson, Dave, 28, 43

B
Baarda, B., 57n 8
Babe, Robert E., 26, 43
Bailey, Douglas, 238n 77
Baker, Robert, 284
Baldwin, Thomas, 286
Balkam, Stephen, 180, 182, 191
Balkin, J. M., xxvn 11
Ball, Sandra, 284
Ball-Rokeach, Sandra, see Ball, Sandra
Bark, Ed, 87n 44
Baron, Robert, 286
Bash, Alan, 152n13
Baumol, William J., 151n 9
Berlin, Eric, 235n 19
Berman, Jerry, 234n 4
Blumenthal, Eva, 161, 171
Boccella, Kathy, 203n 30
Boddewyn, Jean J., 25, 43
Boliek, Brooks, 131n 66
Bouthilet, Lorraine, 287
Boyle, Alan, 240n 106
Brehm, J. W., 168
Broadway, Bill, 202n 1
Broder, John M., 87n 50
Brown, Rich, 153n 33
Bushman, B. J., 167, 168

C
Campbell, K. K., 235n 20
Cantor, J., 131n 59, 131n 60, 132n 94
Cantor, Joanne, 138, 139, 140, 151n 11, 153n 26, 167, 168, 301
Cantor, Muriel, 286
Caro, Mark, 202n 18
Carter, Bill, 57n 16
Chapman, Gary, 240n 104
Chen, H. L., 167, 168
Chen, Kathy, 244n 114
Christenson, P. G., 167
Cliche, Danielle, vii
Cline, V. B., 289
Coase, Ronald H., 84n 11
Collins, Randall, 24, 43
Collins, Richard, 26, 43
Comor, Edward, 39, 43
Comstock, George, 160, 161
Connors, Joanna, 202n 1
Corder-Bolz, Charles, 57n 11
Corliss, Richard, 88n 60, 88n 64
Courrier, S., 289
Croft, R. G., 289

D
DeFleur, Melvin, 290
Donnerstein, E., 160, 161, 171
Dorgan, Byron L., 57n 17
Dorland, Michael, 27
Duran, V., 131n 59
Duran, Victoria, 138, 151n 11

E
Eisendrath, Rachel, 88n 59
Ellis, David, 26, 44
Eron, L. D., 288, 290

F
Fairchild, H., 160
Farber, Stephen, 58n 33
Farhi, Paul, 37, 44
Feather, Clive, 236n 22
Federman, Joel, 129n, 131n 60, 132n 94, 136, 138, 152n23, 159, 167, 169, 170, 175, 181

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