ERIC Number: ED459492
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (84th, Washington, DC, August 5-8, 2001). Communication Theory and Methodology Division.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
The Communication Theory and Methodology section of the proceedings contains the following 12 selected papers: "Innovativeness and Perceptions of Faculty Innovation Champions on the Diffusion of World Wide Web Course Features" (Patrick J. Sutherland); "A Communication 'Mr. Fit'? Living with No Significant Difference" (Fiona Chew, Sushma Palmer, and Kalyani Subbiah); "How Does Political Commentary Shape Perceptions of Political Candidates? A Quasi-Experimental Investigation of the 2000 Vice-Presidential Debate" (Fang Wan, Patrick Meirick, Alina Oxendine, and Justin Holmes); "Building a Health Promotion Agenda in Local Newspapers: Community Structural Pluralism and News about Breast Cancer" (Beverly Martinson and Douglas Blanks Hindman); "Assessing the Impact of Recession News: A Time-Series Analysis of Economic Communication in Japan, 1988-1999" (H. Denis Wu, Michael W. McCracken, and Shinichi Saito); "Counteracting the Biasing Effect of Unrepresentative Exemplification on News Readers' Issue Perception" (Hao-Chieh Chang); "'You're No Jack Kennedy!' The Influence of Post-Debate Commentary on Candidate Evaluations" (Jennifer L. Williams and Christina L. Fiebich); "Use of Online News Sites: Development of Habit and Automatic Procedural Processing" (Maria E. Len-Rios and Clyde H. Bentley); "Presidential Agenda Setting: A Pilot Study on the Weekly Radio Addresses and Media Coverage of Foreign Policy" (Beverly Horvit); "Teens as the Vulnerable Surfers: The Third-Person Perception and Commercial Web Sites Censorship" (Seounmi Youn, Fang Wan, and Ronald J. Faber);"Applying the Health Belief Model To Promote Healthy Lifestyles via Television in Poland" (Fiona Chew, Sushma Palmer, Zofia Slonska, and Kalyani Subbiah); and "Global Triadization: A Theoretical Framework for Global Communication Research" (Shelton A. Gunaratne). (RS)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Agenda Setting, Bias, Censorship, Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Health Education, Higher Education, Internet, Journalism Education, Mass Media Effects, Mass Media Use, Media Research, News Writing, Newspapers, Presidential Campaigns (United States), Presidents of the United States, Research Methodology, Statistical Analysis, Validity
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Identifiers - Location: Japan; Poland