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49 J. Broad. & Elec. Media [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/jbem49 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Volume 49, Number I                              March 2005
1    Editor's Note: BEA's 50th Anniversary Celebration
Donald G. Godfrey
3    Wait! Don't Turn That Dial! More Excitement to Come! The Effects
of Story Length and Production Pacing in Local Television News
on Channel Changing Behavior and Information Processing
in a Free Choice Environment*
Annie Lang, Mija Shin, Samuel D. Bradley, Zheng Wang,
Seungjo Lee, and Deborah Potter
23    Effects of Arousing Visuals and Redundancy on Cognitive Assessment
of Television News*
Shuhua Zhou
43    The Liberal Media Myth Revisited: An Examination of Factors
Influencing Perceptions of Media Bias*
Tien-Tsung Lee
65    Color Coded: Racial Descriptors in Television Coverage
of Intercollegiate Sports*
James A. Rada and K. Tim Wulfemeyer
86    Teenagers' Perceptions of Online Privacy and Coping Behaviors:
A Risk-Benefit Appraisal Approach*
Seounmi Youn
Ill   Jacqueline Kennedy and Cold War Propaganda*
Carol B. Schwalbe
128    Review and Criticism: Christopher H. Sterling: A Protean and Prolific
Michael C. Keith
135    Review and Criticism: Bradley S. Greenberg: Advancing
Communication Research, Making a Difference*
Walter Gantz and Samuel D. Bradley
147    Review and Criticism: The Digital Dilemma: Making the Most
of the Digital Communication Technology and Pedagogy*
Heather L. Hundley
*These articles were submitted and accepted under the editorship of Thomas
R. Lindlof.

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