Critical Studies in Mass Communication - Abstracts

Critical Studies in Mass Communication
Abolishing the old spirit world. (reply to Nicholas Garnham, this issue, p. 62) (Colloquy)Mass communicationsCarey, James W.
Across the great divide: cultural analysis and the condition of democracy. (reply to Nicholas Garnham, this issue, p. 62) (Colloquy)Mass communicationsMurdock, Graham
A different dream of difference.(Trialogues Along the Color Lines)Mass communicationsGray, Herman
A multi-faceted moon: a response to "Dark side of the fractal moon...".(response to article by Jorge Gonzales in this issue, p. 227)Mass communicationsLozano, Elizabeth
Are wildlife films really "nature documentaries"?Mass communicationsBouse, Derek
By way of a long and circuitous route: 'Propaganda and Democracy' and/as a lesson in effective history.Mass communicationsBiesecker, Barbara A.
Caught in the term "post-colonial": why the "post-colonial" still matters. (response to Anandam P. Kavoori in this issue, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, p.195-212)Mass communicationsShome, Raka
Children and television advertising from a social science perspective.Mass communicationsPecora, Norma
Clouding the issues? The ideal and the material in human communication. (response to Dana L. Cloud in this issue p. 193)Mass communicationsCondit, Celeste M.
College bowl sponsorship and the increased commercialization of amateur sports.Mass communicationsMcAllister, Matthew P.
Communication as mediated sharing: a rejoinder to Peters. (reply to article by John Durham Peters in this issue, p. 373)Mass communicationsLogue, Cal M., Miller, Eugene F.
Concordance, complexity, and conservatism: rejoinder to Condit. (reply to Celeste Condit in Critical Studies in Mass Communication, vol.13, pp.382-384)Mass communicationsCloud, Dana L.
Cultural studies vs. political economy: is anybody else bored with this debate? (reply to Nicholas Garnham, this issue, p. 62) (Colloquy)Mass communicationsGrossberg, Lawrence
Dark side of the fractal moon: communication studies in Latin America.Mass communicationsGonzalez, Jorge A.
Did we come all that way for this? A critical review of Aune's 'Rhetoric and Marxism.' (Jim Aune)Mass communicationsSell, Laura, Jaros, Stephen J.
Difficult questions about environmental communication. (response to Stephen Depoe in this issue, p.369)Mass communicationsMuir, Stan A.
Electric toyland and the structures of power: an analysis of critical studies on children as consumers.Mass communicationsAlexander, Alison, Morrison, Margaret A.
Fact, fiction, presentation, representation.(response to Shawn J. Parry-Giles, in this issue, p. 460)Mass communicationsCuklanz, Lisa M.
Feminism, sex scandals, and historic lessons.Mass communicationsHogeland, Lisa Marie
From heroic objectivity to the news stream: the Newseum's strategies for relegitimizing journalism in the Information Age.Mass communicationsFriedman, Ted
Getting past the latest "post": assessing the term "post-colonial."Mass communicationsKavoori, Anandam P.
Globalizing audience studies: "The Audience and Its Landscape" and "Living Room Wars."Mass communicationsJuluri, Vamsee
Hegemony, concordance, and capitalism: reply to Cloud. (reply to Dana Cloud, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, vol. 13, p. 115-137, 1996)Mass communicationsCondit, Celeste M.
Her feminism doesn't fit: a response to Parry-Giles.(response to Shawn Parry-Giles, in this issue, p. 460)Mass communicationsVanderford, Marsha L.
If there's no such thing as reality, has Elvis really left the building?(response to Shawn Parry-Giles, in this issue, p.460)(rock superstar Elvis Presley; difficulty of distinguishing between fact and fantasy)Mass communicationsDow, Bonnie J.
Image-based politics, feminism and the consequences of their convergence.Mass communicationsParry-Giles, Shawn J.
La vida es loca Latina/o.(Trialogues Along the Color Lines)Mass communicationsValdivia, Angharad
Meta-analysis and mass communication criticism.Mass communicationsShanahan, James
Opportunities and challenges of using meta-analysis in the field of international communication.Mass communicationsElasmar, Michael G.
Political economy and cultural studies: reconciliation or divorce? (Colloquy)Mass communicationsGarnham, Nicholas
'Propaganda and Democracy.'.(book by J. Michael Sproule)Mass communicationsMandziuk, Roseann M.
'Propaganda and Democracy.'.(book by J. Michael Sprouse)Mass communicationsNakayama, Thomas K.
Propaganda, history, and orthodoxy.(response to Barbara A. Biesecker, Roseann M. Mandziuk and Thomas K. Nakayama, in this issue, p. 449)Mass communicationsSproule, J. Michael
Public space, private face: audience construction at a noncommercial radio station.(KUNM-FM in New Mexico)Mass communicationsBareiss, Warren
Radio and the black soldier during the World War II.Mass communicationsMeckiffe, Donald, Murray, Matthew
Reading the past against the grain: the shape of memory studies.Mass communicationsZelizer, Barbie
Re-birthing the monstrous: James Whale's (mis)reading of Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein.'.(motion picture director; novel)Mass communicationsPicart, Caroline Joan S.
Reflexive newsmaking and representation.(Trialogues Along the Color Lines)Mass communicationsBarak, Gregg
Reply: Notes of a middle-aged Marxist. (response to article by Laura Sells and Stephen Jaros in this issue p. 83)Mass communicationsAune, James Arnt
Reply to Chris Schroll.(a response to article in this issue, p. 99)Mass communicationsSchudson, Michael
Reply to Grossberg and Carey. (Lawrence Grossberg and James W. Carey, in this issue, pp. 72 and 82) (Colloquy)Mass communicationsGarnham, Nicholas
Reporting the troubles in Northern Ireland: paradigms and media propaganda.Mass communicationsCottle, Simon
(Re)reading resistance at the end of the twentieth century.(Trialogues Along the Color Lines)(Review)Mass communicationsMcPhail, Mark Lawrence
Re-signing the opposition: re-constructing resistance at the edge of the West.(Trialogues Along the Color Lines)Mass communicationsMcPhail, Mark Lawrence
Response to Jorge Gonzalez's "Dark side of the fractal moon...".(response to article by Jorge Gonzalez in this issue, p. 227)Mass communicationsVargas, Lucila
Response to Professor Depoe. (response to Stephen Depoe in this issue, p.369)Mass communicationsHerndl, Carl D.
Scandal, heteronormative culture, and the disciplining of feminism.Mass communicationsDeem, Melissa
Sharing of thoughts or recognizing otherness? Reply to Logue and Miller. (reply to article by Cal M. Logue and Eugene F. Miller in this issue, p. 364)Mass communicationsPeters, John Durham
The case of early black cinema.Mass communicationsMiller, James A.
The endless slide of difference: critical television studies, television and the question of race.Mass communicationsGray, Herman
The future of environmental rhetoric. (response to Stephen Depoe in this issue, p.369)Mass communicationsRydin, Yvonne, Myerson, George
The masculine ideal: rape on prime-time television, 1976-1978.Mass communicationsCuklanz, Lisa M.
The place of 'conversation' in the omnilogue of democracy: a reply to Schudson.(a response to Michael Schudson in 'Critical Studies in Mass Communication' v. 14 p. 297)Mass communicationsSchroll, Chris
The role of meta-analysis for connecting critical and scientific approaches: the need to develop a sense of collaboration.Mass communicationsAllen, Mike
The visibility of race and media history. (Afro-American films)Mass communicationsRhodes, Jane
Why communications policy is passing "mass communication" by: political economy as the missing link.Mass communicationsMueller, Milton
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