ERIC Number: ED423563
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (81st, Baltimore, Maryland, August 5-8, 1998). Communication Theory and Methodology.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
The Communication Theory and Methodology section of the Proceedings contains the following 20 papers: "Information Sufficiency and Risk Communication" (Robert J. Griffin, Kurt Neuwirth, and Sharon Dunwoody); "The Therapeutic Application of Television: An Experimental Study" (Charles Kingsley); "A Path Model Examining the Influence of the Media on Fear of Crime and Protective Act" (Mahmoud A. M. Braima, Thomas Johnson, and Jayanthi Sothirajah); "Cognitive Innovativeness as a Predictor of Student Attitudes and Intent: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Online Learning Environments" (Tracy Irani and Michelle O'Malley); "Source Perception and Electrodermal Activity" (No-Kon Heo and S. Shyam Sundar); "The Crisis of Communication for Citizenship: Normative Critiques of News and Democratic Processes" (Erik P. Bucy and Paul D'Angelo); "The Hoopla Effect: Toward a Theory of Regular Patterns of Mass Media Coverage of Innovations" (Eric A. Abbott and April A. Eichmeier); "Predicting Online Service Adoption Likelihood among Nonsubscribers" (Carolyn A. Lin); "Evidence for Selective Perception in the Processing of Health Campaign Messages" (Ekaterina Ognianova and Esther Thorson); "Revisiting the Knowledge Gap Hypothesis: Education, Motivation, and Media Use" (Nojin Kwak); "Predicting Future Risky Behavior among Those 'Too Young' to Drink as the Result of Advertising Desirability" (Erica Weintraub Austin and Christopher Knaus); "Thoughtful Self-Critique or Journalistic Cannibalism? International Press Coverage of Princess Diana's Death" (Martin Eichholz); "The Third-Person Perception and Support for Restriction of Pornography: Some Methodological Problems" (Ven-hwei Lo and Anna R. Paddon); "A Virtual Fetish: Themes of a Virtual Community as Presented in 'Time' and 'Wired'" (Marjorie Lynne Yambor); "Mood Congruence and the Utility of Sad Media Content--An Exploration of 'Wallowing'" (Kimberly A. Neuendorf); "Identifying Structural Features of Radio: Orienting and Memory for Radio Messages" (Robert F. Potter, Annie Lang, and Paul Bolls); "Video Violence: Desensitization and Excitation Effects on Learning" (Bradford L. Yates and others); "Developing an Integrated Theory of Recall of News Stories" (Margaret H. De Fleur); "Viewer Elaboration about News Video" (Michael Murrie); and "Understanding Deliberation: The Effects of Discussion Networks on Participation in a Public Forum" (Jack M. McLeod and others). (RS)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.