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AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO MEDIA DISPLACEMENT STUDY: SELECTIVE DISPLACEMENT BASED ON THE NEWS CONTENT
Unformatted Document Text:  Media Displacement 23 Henke, L. and Donohue, T. R. (1989). Functional displacement of traditional TV viewing by VCR owners. Journal of Advertising Research, 29 (April/May), 18-23. Himmelweit, H. T., Oppenheim, A. N., and Vince, P. (1958). Television and the child. London: Oxford University Press. James, M. L., Wotring, C. E., and Forrest, E. J. (1995). An exploratory study of the perceived benefits of electronic bulletin board use and their impact on other communication activities. Journal of Broadcasting, and Electronic Media, 39, 30-50. Kaplan, S. J. (1978). The impact of cable television services on the use of competing media. Journal of Broadcasting, 22 (Spring), 155-165. Kayany, M. and Yelsma, P. (2000). Displacement effects of online media in the socio-technical contexts of households. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 44(2), 215-229. Lazarsfeld, P. F. (1940). Radio and the printed page. New York: Dell, Sloan and Pearce. Lee, W. and Kuo, E. C. Y. (2002). Internet and Displacement effect: children’s media use and activities in Singapore. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 7(2). Loges, W. E. and Ball-Rokeach, S. J. (1993). Dependency relations and newspaper readership. Journalism Quarterly, 70, 602-614. Miller M. M. and Reese S. D. (1982). Media dependency as interaction – Effects of exposure and reliance on political activity and efficacy. Communication Research, 9 (2), 227-248. Morgan, M. and Gross, L. (1983). Television and educational achievement and aspiration. In D. Pearl, L. Bonthilet, & J. Lazar (Eds.), Television and behavior: Ten years of scientific progress and implications for the eighties (Vol. 2, pp. 78-90). Rockville: National Institute of Mental Health. Morton, T. A. and Duck, J. M. (2001). Communication and health beliefs: mass and interpersonal influences on perceptions of risk to self and others. Communication Research, 28, 602-626. Nielsen//NetRatings (2001). Average Web usage. Available: http://209.249.142.27/nnpm/owa/NRpublicreports.usagemonthly . Accessed October 20, 2001. Pew Research Center for the People and the Press (2000). Investors now go online for quotes, advice; Internet sapping broadcast news audience. Washington, DC: Author. Rayburn, J. D., Jr., Palmgreen, P., and Acker T. (1984). Media gratifications and choosing a morning news program. Journalism Quarterly, 61, 149-156.

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Henke, L. and Donohue, T. R. (1989). Functional displacement of traditional TV viewing by
VCR owners. Journal of Advertising Research, 29 (April/May), 18-23.

Himmelweit, H. T., Oppenheim, A. N., and Vince, P. (1958). Television and the child. London:
Oxford University Press.

James, M. L., Wotring, C. E., and Forrest, E. J. (1995). An exploratory study of the perceived
benefits of electronic bulletin board use and their impact on other communication
activities. Journal of Broadcasting, and Electronic Media, 39, 30-50.

Kaplan, S. J. (1978). The impact of cable television services on the use of competing media.
Journal of Broadcasting, 22 (Spring), 155-165.

Kayany, M. and Yelsma, P. (2000). Displacement effects of online media in the socio-technical
contexts of households. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 44(2), 215-229.

Lazarsfeld, P. F. (1940). Radio and the printed page. New York: Dell, Sloan and Pearce.

Lee, W. and Kuo, E. C. Y. (2002). Internet and Displacement effect: children’s media use and
activities in Singapore. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 7(2).

Loges, W. E. and Ball-Rokeach, S. J. (1993). Dependency relations and newspaper readership.
Journalism Quarterly, 70, 602-614.

Miller M. M. and Reese S. D. (1982). Media dependency as interaction – Effects of exposure and
reliance on political activity and efficacy. Communication Research, 9 (2), 227-248.

Morgan, M. and Gross, L. (1983). Television and educational achievement and aspiration. In D.
Pearl, L. Bonthilet, & J. Lazar (Eds.), Television and behavior: Ten years of scientific
progress and implications for the eighties
(Vol. 2, pp. 78-90). Rockville: National
Institute of Mental Health.

Morton, T. A. and Duck, J. M. (2001). Communication and health beliefs: mass and
interpersonal influences on perceptions of risk to self and others. Communication
Research
, 28, 602-626.

Nielsen//NetRatings (2001). Average Web usage. Available:
http://209.249.142.27/nnpm/owa/NRpublicreports.usagemonthly
. Accessed October 20,
2001.

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press (2000). Investors now go online for quotes,
advice; Internet sapping broadcast news audience. Washington, DC: Author.

Rayburn, J. D., Jr., Palmgreen, P., and Acker T. (1984). Media gratifications and choosing a
morning news program. Journalism Quarterly, 61, 149-156.


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