The Electronic Election: Perspectives on the 1996 Campaign Communication

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Author Index
A
Alden, R., 99
Ailes, R., 114
Alexander, D., 100
Alger, D. E., 167,181, 336
Altheide, D. L., 15
Ambrosius, M. M., 99
Amundsen, S. O., 281
Anderson, K., 100
Anderson, R. H., 52
Angle, M., 321
Ansolabehere, S., 324
Apple, R. W., Jr., 70, 71, 76
Arterton, F. C., 338
Atkin, C. K., 214, 233, 347
Attlesey, S., 123
Atwood, L. E., 326
Auer, J. I., 163
Averill, D., 281
B
Baaske, K. T., 151
Babchuk, N., 260
Baker, P., 166
Ballard, J. K., 280
Ballotti, R. J., Jr., 223-232, 367
Balz, D., 70, 75, 76, 335
Barber, J. D., 17
Barefield, P. A., 194, 196
Bargainner, E. F., 16
Bartels, L. M., 336
Bates, G., 248
Batra, R., 261
Bauman, S., 66, 67, 69, 77, 79
Beall, C., 192
Bean, C. S., 322
Becker, L. B., 192
Benedetto, R., 72
Bennet, J., 220, 221
Bennett, W. L., 30, 181, 324, 325
Benson, J., 66, 67
Benze, J. G., 294
Berelson, B. R., 333
Berke, R. L., 70, 73, 74, 75, 78
Bernstein, J. M., 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 185
Berquist, G. F., 149
Bicak, P. J., 193
Bikson, T. K., 52
Biocca, F., 192
Birdsell, D. S., 137, 149
Biskupic, J.143
Biswas, R., 193
Black, B. D., 323, 334
Black, C. F., 149, 194
Black, G. S., 323,334
Blankenship, J., 151
Bohrnstedt, G. W., 88
Boorstin, D., 29,42
Booth, M. R., 15
Bowen, L., 233
Boydston, J., 196, 262
Braden, M., 82, 85, 86
Bradley, M., 264
Brady, H. E., 124,130
Brear, H. B., 43
Bridges, J. A., 194, 196
Broder D., 73, 75
Broh, C. A., 67, 77
Brown, M. E., 84
Brown, R. H., 151
Brown, T., 194
Bruno, H., 137
Brydon, S. R., 154, 191, 194, 204
Buckley, C., 150
Bucy, E. P.335-347, 369
Buie, J., 62
Bullock, D., 124
Burger, G. K., 149

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