Additional Bibliography

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Additional Bibliography


Biernatzki, W. E., Communication Research Trends


A number of bibliographic studies have been done in the visual communication area. Probably the most current and extended effort is one by S. E. Moriarty and K. Kenney, "Visual Communication: A Taxonomy and Bibliography," Journal of Visual Literacy, Vol. 15 (1995), No. 2, pp. 7-156. Another, somewhat more recent, is that by Roberts A Braden, appended to his article, "Visual Literacy," in the Journal of Visual Literacy, Vol. 16 (1996), No. 2, pp. 9-83.

The following selected list supplements the references to our review articles, above.

Abrams, J. 1995. "Little Photoshop of Horror: The Ethics of Manipulating Journalistic Imagery." Print. Vol. 49, No. 6, pp. 24-47.

Alexander, M. W., and B. Judd, Jr. 1986. "Differences in Attitudes Toward Nudity in Advertising." Psychology: A Quarterly Journal of Human Behavior. Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 27-29.

Barbatsis, Gretchen S. 1996. "'Look, and I Will Show You Something You Will Want to See': Pictorial Engagement in Negative Political Campaign Commercials." (Visual Argument-Part 2). Argumentation and Advocacy. Vol. 33, no. 2 (Autumn). pp. 69-80.

Blair. J. Anthony. 1996. "The Possibility and Actuality of Visual Argument" (Visual Argument--Part 1). Argumentation and Advocacy. Vol. 33, no. 1 (Summer), pp. 23-39.

Boddewyn, J.J. 1991. "Controlling Sex and Decency in Advertising Around the World." Journal of Advertising. Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 25-35.

Botta, R. A. 1999. "Television Images and Adolescent Girls' Body Image Disturbance." Journal of Communication, Vol. 49, pp. 22-41.

Caplan, Ralph. 1999. "Sign and Sign(r)age." (Psychological effects of visual arts). Print. Vol. 53, i. 1 (Jan-Feb), p. 38 (3 pages).

Couch, R.A., E.J. Caropreso, and H. B. Miller. 1994. "Making Meaning from Visuals: Creative Thinking and Interpretation of Visual Information." In, Visual Literacy: A Spectrum of Visual Learning, edited by D. M. Moore and F. M. Dwyer. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology, pp. 277-292.

Courtney, Alice, and Thomas Whipple. 1983. Sex Stereotyping in Advertising. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath and Company.

Courtney, Alice E., and Sarah W. Lockeretz. 1971. "A Woman's Place: An Analysis of the Roles Portrayed by Women in Magazine Advertisement." Journal and Marketing Research. Vol. 8, pp. 92-95.

Demertrulias, Diana M., and Nina R. Rosenthal. 1985. "Discrimination Against Females and Minorities in Microcomputer Advertising." Computers and the Social Sciences. Vol. 1, pp. 91-95.

Dondis, D. A. 1973. A Primer of Visual Literacy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Easton, Geoff, and Catherine Toner. 1983. "Women in Industrial. Advertisements." Industrial Marketing Management. Vol. 12, pp. 145-149.

Elting, Linda S., Charles G. Martin, Scott B. Cantor, and Edward B. Rubenstein, 1999. "Influence of Data Display Formats on Physician Investigators' Decisions to Stop Clinical Trials: Prospective Trial with Repeated Measures." British Medical Journal. Vol. 3 t 8, i. 7197 (June 5), p. 1527.

England, Paula, and Teresa Gardner. 1983. "Sex Differentiation in Magazine Advertisements: A Content Analysis Using Log-linear Modeling." In, J. H. Leigh and C. R. Martin, Jr. eds. Current Issues and Research of Advertising. Ann Arbor: Graduate School of Business, University of Michigan, pp. 253-268.

England, Paula, Alice Kuhn, and Teresa Gardner. 1981. "The Ages of Men and Women in Magazine Advertisements." Journalism Quarterly. Vol. 58, pp. 468-471.

Englis, Basil, Michael Solomon, and Richard Ashmore. 1994. "Beauty Before the Eyes of Beholders: The Cultural Encoding of Beauty Types in Magazine Advertising and Music Television." Journal of Advertising. Vol. 23, pp. 49-64.

Fejes, Fred. 1989. "Images of Men in Media Research." Critical Studies in Mass Communications. Vol. 6, pp. 215-221.

Ferguson, Jill Hicks, Peggy J. Kreshel, and Spencer F. …

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