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52 J. Broad. & Elec. Media [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/jbem52 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
Volume 52, Number 1                               March 2008
GENDER ISSUES
1    Opportunity Deferred: A 1952 Case Study of a Woman in Network
Television News
David Ozmun
16    Television Sports and Athlete Sex: Looking At the Differences
in Watching Male and Female Athletes
James R. Angelini
33    Engaging the Female Audience: An Evolutionary Psychology
Perspective on Gendered Responses to News Valence Frames
Rasha Kamhawi and Maria Elizabeth Grabe
ONLINE ISSUES
52    Homogenous Agendas, Disparate Frames: CNN and CNN
International Coverage Online
Jacob Groshek
69    Choosing and Reading Online News: How Available
Choice Affects Cognitive Processing
Kevin Wise, Paul D. Bolls, and Samantha R. Schaefer
86    Selective Attention to Online Political Information
Joseph Graf and Sean Aday
RESEARCH ARTICLES
101    A Content Analysis of Social Groups in Prime-Time
Spanish-Language Television
Dana E. Mastro and Michelle Ortiz
119    The Big Three's Prime-Time Decline: A Technological and Social
Context
Douglas Blanks Hindman and Kenneth Wiegand
136    The Effect of Perpetrator Motive and Dispositional Attributes on
Enjoyment of Television Violence and Attitudes Toward Victims
Kenneth A. Lachlan and Ron Tamborini
REVIEW AND CRITICISM: BOOK REVIEWS
153    Politics and Media in Cyberspace: Two Explorations of the Internet's
Growing Influence
W. Joe Watson

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