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Constructing Reality: Print Media's Framing of the Women's Movement, 1966 to 1986
This content analysis examined the use of framing techniques found in the New York Times, Time, and Newsweek's coverage of the women's movement. Coverage of both women who organized to promote andExpand
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Subversion of the American Family
This inquiry examines the portrayal of family relationships in domestic comedy. Participants were randomly assigned to view and evaluate samples of nine programs selected for the study on the basisExpand
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Sex and the Soaps: A Comparative Content Analysis of Health Issues
A sample of 105 hours of network daytime soap opera programming from 1989–90 was analyzed for depictions of sexual behaviors, safe sex, and pregnancy. The content analysis indicated occurrences ofExpand
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Framing Abuse: Media Influence and Public Understanding of Sexual Violence against Children/Violence in the Media: A Reference Handbook
Framing Abuse: Media Influence and Public Understanding of Sexual Violence Against Children. Jenny Kitzinger. London and Ann Arbor, MI: Pluto Press, 2004. 236 pp. $70.00 hbk. $22.95 pbk. Violence inExpand
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At-Risk Students and Microcomputers: What Do We Know and How Do We Know it?
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This article summarizes and critiques research on the effectiveness of computer applications with at-risk students. Expand
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The family on television: Evaluation of gender roles in situation comedy
This study investigated whether television domestic comedies’ depictions of gender roles within the family have changed in the past 40 years. Ten domestic comedies were selected based on theirExpand
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Killing Us Softly 3: Advertising's Image of Women / Game Over: Gender, Race & Violence in Video Games
Killing Us Softly 3: Advertising's Image of Women. Northampton, MA: Media Education Foundation, 2000. 34 minutes. $295. Game Over: Gender, Race & Violence in Video Games. Northampton, MA: MediaExpand
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Interactive whiteboards in Minnesota media centers
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Beyond family structure: The family in domestic comedy
This inquiry examined the portrayal of family relationships in domestic comedy. Participants were randomly assigned to view and evaluate samples of thirteen programs, selected for the study on theExpand
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Preparing for the environmental decade: A field experiment on recycling behavior
Abstract This paper examines the impact of a communication campaign designed to encourage recycling participation in a community curbside pickup program. Residents in the experimental treatments wereExpand
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