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Retesting the Marketplace Theory of Media Use
Unformatted Document Text:  Retesting the Marketplace Theory of Media Use—21 Robinson, J. P. (1978). Daily news habits of the American public. American Newspaper Publishers Association News Research Report, No. 15, Sept. 22. Rodgers, S., Thorson, E., & Antecol, M. (2000). “Reality” in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Newspaper Research Journal,21(3), 51-68. Shaw, D. (1985). The Times poll: Media: High ratings are tempered. Los Angeles Times, Aug. 12, 1, 8. Shaw, E. (1973). Media credibility: Taking the measure of a measure. Journalism Quarterly, 50(2), 306-311. Subervi-Velez, F. A. (1994). Mass communication and Hispanics. In N. Kanellos and C. Esteva Fabregat (Eds.), Handbook of Hispanic cultures in the United States: Sociology. Houston: Arte Publico. Times-Mirror (1986). The people & the press: A Times-Mirror investigation of public attitudes toward the news media, January. Times Mirror Co. Times Mirror (1989). The People & the press: Part 5. Los Angeles: Times Mirror Co. U.S. Census Bureau (2000). Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Commerce. Available at www.census.gov. Wanta, W., & Hu, Y. W. (1994). The effects of credibility, reliance and exposure on media agenda-setting: A path analysis model. Journalism Quarterly, 71(1), 90-98. Wells, W. D., & Chen, Q. (2000). The dimensions of commercial cyberspace. Journal of Interactive Advertising, 1(1). West, M. D. (1994). Validating a scale for the measurement of credibility: A covariance structure modeling approach. Journalism Quarterly, 71(1), 159-168. Westley, B., & Severin, W. (1964). Some correlates of media credibility. Journalism Quarterly, 41(3), 325-335. Whitney, C. D. (1985). The media and the people: Soundings from two communities. New York: Gannett Center for Media Studies.

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Retesting the Marketplace Theory of Media Use—21
Robinson, J. P. (1978). Daily news habits of the American public. American Newspaper
Publishers Association News Research Report, No. 15, Sept. 22.
Rodgers, S., Thorson, E., & Antecol, M. (2000). “Reality” in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Newspaper Research Journal,21(3), 51-68.
Shaw, D. (1985). The Times poll: Media: High ratings are tempered. Los Angeles Times, Aug.
12, 1, 8.
Shaw, E. (1973). Media credibility: Taking the measure of a measure. Journalism Quarterly,
50(2), 306-311.
Subervi-Velez, F. A. (1994). Mass communication and Hispanics. In N. Kanellos and C. Esteva
Fabregat
(Eds.),
Handbook of Hispanic cultures in the United States: Sociology.
Houston: Arte Publico.
Times-Mirror (1986). The people & the press: A Times-Mirror investigation of public attitudes
toward the news media, January. Times Mirror Co.
Times Mirror (1989). The People & the press: Part 5. Los Angeles: Times Mirror Co.
U.S. Census Bureau (2000). Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Commerce.
Available at www.census.gov.
Wanta, W., & Hu, Y. W. (1994). The effects of credibility, reliance and exposure on media
agenda-setting: A path analysis model. Journalism Quarterly, 71(1), 90-98.
Wells, W. D., & Chen, Q. (2000). The dimensions of commercial cyberspace. Journal of
Interactive
Advertising, 1(1).
West, M. D. (1994). Validating a scale for the measurement of credibility: A covariance
structure modeling approach. Journalism Quarterly, 71(1), 159-168.
Westley, B., & Severin, W. (1964). Some correlates of media credibility. Journalism
Quarterly, 41(3), 325-335.
Whitney, C. D. (1985). The media and the people: Soundings from two communities. New
York: Gannett Center for Media Studies.


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