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Living with television now : advances in cultivation theory & research

Author: Michael Morgan; James Shanahan; Nancy Signorielli
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2012.
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George Gerbner's cultivation theory provides a framework for the analysis of relationships between television viewing and attitudes and beliefs about the world. Since the 1970s, cultivation analysis has been a lens through which to examine television's contributions to conceptions of violence, sex roles, political attitudes and numerous other phenomena. Hundreds of studies during this time have (mostly) found that  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Morgan; James Shanahan; Nancy Signorielli
ISBN: 9781433113697 1433113694 9781433113680 1433113686
OCLC Number: 775271576
Description: xviii, 427 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword: George Gerbner and cultivation analysis / Larry Gross --
Introduction. The stories we tell: cultivation theory and research / Michael Morgan, James Shanahan, & Nancy Signorielli --
Updates and extensions. New developments in analyses of crime and fear / Mary Beth Oliver [and others] --
Cultivation of perceptions of marginalized groups / Dana Mastro & Riva Tukachinsky --
Cultivating tolerance of homosexuals / Erik C. Nisbet & Teresa A. Myers --
Television and gender roles; cultivating conceptions of self and others / Erica Scharrer --
Cultivation of political attitudes in the new media environment / Bruce W. Hardy --
Cultivation of attitudes toward science / Dominique Brossard & Anthony Dudo --
Understanding cognitive mechanisms. Multiple processes, underlying cultivation effects: how cultivation works depends on the types of beliefs being cultivated / L.J. Shrum & Jaehoon Lee --
Cultivation and the perceived realism of stories / Rick Busselle & Helena Bilandzic --
Cultural models and the media: exploring the interplay between culture and the individual / David R. Ewoldsen & Nancy Rhodes --
Temporal and narrative bases of cultivation: insight from neural networks / Samuel D. Bradley & Curtis B. Matthews --
New theoretical and methodological dimensions. International cultivation / Jan Van den Bulck --
A narrative perspective on genre-specific cultivation / Helena Bilandzic & RIck Busselle --
Developing a lifetime television exposure scale: the importance of television viewing habits during childhood / Karyn Riddle --
Cultivation and agenda-setting: conceptual and empirical intersections / Amir Hetsroni & Hila Lowenstein --
Cultivation and the third-person effect / Donald L. Diefenbach & Mark D. West --
Cultivation and the spiral of silence: theoretical and empirical intersections / James Shanahan & Dietram Scheufele --
Cultivation analysis and cultural studies: ritual, performance, and media influence / Andy Ruddock --
Conclusion. Looking forward, looking backward: ten questions about cultivation / Michael Morgan, James Shanahan, & Nancy Signorielli.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Morgan, James Shanahan, Nancy Signorielli.
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