International Communication Association 2003-May-27 to 2003-May-28

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Valenced news frames and public support for the EU
 De Vreese, Claes. and Boomgaarden, Hajo.
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Vertical integration and the must carry rules in the cable television industry: An empirical analysis
 Yan, Zhaoxu.
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Video Game Uses and Gratifications as Predictors of Use and Game Preference
 Sherry, John. and Lucas, Kristen.
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Violence and Peace in the Print Media: News Discourse and Social Construction of Reality in Colombia
 Obregon, Rafael. and Cura, Marta.
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Violent Media Content: A Cross-Media, Longitundinal Analysis
 Scharrer, Erica.
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Violent media content and aggressiveness in adolescents: A negative feedback-loop model
 Slater, Michael., Swaim, Randall. and Anderson, Lori.
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Visions of the African Press in Colonial Kenya: What the Nationalists Imagined
 Wall, Melissa.
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Visiting the Borderless City: Traveling via the Internet
 Fotsch, Paul.
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Visual Education and The Internet Camp: A Study of Underprivileged Children and Their Web Pages
 Mullen, Lawrence.
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Visual Representation and the Prediction of Emotion
 Sherr, Susan.
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Visual Research in the Social Sciences: Key elements of a taxonomic and methodological framework
 Pauwels, Luc.
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Visual Strategies in U.S. and Chinese TV Ads
 Xue, Fei., Zhou, Shuhua. and Zhou, Peiqin.
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Voice, Agency, and Engagement: Narratives of Negative Work Experiences from Employees from Traditionally Muted Groups
 Meares, Mary.
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Voter Cynicism, Perception of Media Negativism and Voting Behavior in Taiwan's 2001 Election
 Peng, Wein (Bonnie).
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International Communication Association 2003-May-27 to 2003-May-28
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