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Mass media effects research : advances through meta-analysis

Mass media effects research : advances through meta-analysis

Author: Raymond W Preiss
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, ©2007.
Series: LEA's communication series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
This distinctive collection offers a unique set of meta-analyses covering the breadth of media effects research. Editor Ray G. Preiss and his colleagues brought together an all-star list of contributors for this collection. Organized by theories, outcomes, and mass media campaigns, the chapters included here offer important insights on what current social science research reveals about effects, addressing such  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Meta-Analysis
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond W Preiss
ISBN: 080584998X 9780805849981 0805849998 9780805849998
OCLC Number: 70114504
Description: xiii, 535 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Traditions of mass media theory and research / Jennings Bryant and R. Glenn Cummins --
Media, messages, and meta-analysis / Mike Allen and Raymond W. Preiss --
Wherefore art thou mass media theory? / Mike Allen and Mary K. Casey --
Effects of agenda setting / Wayne Wanta and Salma Ghanem --
Media priming : a meta-analysis / David R. Roskos-Ewoldsen, Mark R. Klinger, and Beverly Roskos-Ewoldsen --
The third-person effect : a meta-analysis of the perceptual hypothesis / Bryant Paul, Michael B. Salwen, and Michel Dupagne --
The selective exposure hypothesis and media choice processes / Dave D'Alessio and Mike Allen --
Meta-analysis of television's impact on special populations / Robert Abelman, Carolyn A. Lin, and David J. Atkin --
"And miles to go--" : reflections on the past and future of mass media effects research / Robin I. Nabi --
Effects of media violence on viewers' aggression in unconstrained social interaction / P. Niels Christensen and Wendy Wood --
The effects of advertising on children and adolescents : a meta-analysis / Roger Desmond and Rod Carveth --
Effects of sexually explicit media / Norbert Mundorf [and others] --
Effects of gender stereotyping on socialization / Patricia Oppliger --
Enjoyment of mediated horror and violence : a meta-analysis / Cynthia A. Hoffner and Kenneth J. Levine --
Violent video games and aggression : why can't we find effects? / John L. Sherry --
Effects of music / Mike Allen [and others] --
Positive effects of television on children's social interaction : a meta-analysis / Marie-Louise Mares and Emory H. Woodard --
Parasocial relationships and television : a meta-analysis of the effects / Edward Schiappa, Mike Allen, and Peter B. Gregg --
Many faces of media effects / Tae-Seop Lim and Sang Yeon Kim --
Meta-analyses of mediated health campaigns / Leslie B. Snyder --
An analysis of media health campaigns for children and adolescents : do they work? / Lisa Mullikin Parcell [and others] --
The impact of Earvin "Magic" Johnson's HIV-positive announcement / Mary K. Casey [and others] --
Media use and political involvement / Barry A. Hollander --
Mass media and voter turnout / Dorina Miron and Jennings Bryant --
The spiral of silence : a meta-analysis and its impact / James Shanahan, Carroll Glynn, and Andrew Hayes --
On the role of newspaper ownership on bias in presidential campaign coverage by newspapers / Dave D'Alessio and Mike Allen --
What's in a meta-analysis / Michael Pfau --
Meta-analysis : demonstrating the power of mass communication / Elisabeth Perse --
The challenge of media effects for teaching and policy / Mike Allen, Raymond G. Preiss, and Nancy Burrell.
Series Title: LEA's communication series.
Responsibility: edited by Raymond W. Preiss [and others].
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Offers a set of meta-analyses, covering the breadth of media effects research. Organized by theories, outcomes, and mass media campaigns, the chapters included offer important insights on what social  Read more...


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