Negative Political Advertising: Coming of Age

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COMMUNICATION
A series of volumes edited by Dolf Zillmann and Jennings Bryant
Zillmann/ Bryant þ Selective Exposure to Communication
Beville þ Audience Ratings: Radio, Television, Cable, Revised Edition
Bryant/ Zillmann þ Perspectives on Media Effects
Goldstein þ Reporting Science: The Case of Aggression
Ellis/ Donohue þ Contemporary Issues in Language and Discourse Processes
Winett þ Information and Behavior: Systems of Influence
Huesmann/ Eron þ Television and the Aggressive Child: A Cross-National Comparison
Gunter þ Poor Reception: Misunderstanding and Forgetting Broadcast News
Olasky þ Corporate Public Relations: A New Historical Perspective
Donohew/ Sypher/ Higgins þ Communication, Social Cognition, and Affect
Van Dijk þ News Analysis: Case Studies of International and National News in the Press
Van Dijk þ News as Discourse
Wober þ The Use and Abuse of Television: A Social Psychological Analysis of the Changing Screen
Kraus þ Televised Presidential Debates and Public Policy
Masel Walters/Wilkins/Walters þ Bad Tidings. Communication and Catastrophe
Salvaggio/ Bryant þ Media Use in the Information Age: Emerging Patterns of Adoption and Consumer Use
Salvaggio þ The Information Society: Economic, Social, and Structural Issues
Olasky þ The Press and Abortion, 1838-1988
Botan/ fHazleton þ Public Relations Theory
Zillmann/ Bryant þ Pornography: Research Advances and Policy Considerations
Becker/ Schoenbach þ Audience Responses to Media Diversification: Coping With Plenty
Caudill þ Darwinism in the Press: The Evolution of an Idea

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