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60 J. Broad. & Elec. Media [i] (2016)

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journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

Volume 60, Number 1                                     March   2016


1       A Qualitative Inquiry into the Contextualized Parental Mediation
        Practices of Young Children's Digital Media Use at Home
             Bieke Zaman, Marije Nouwen, jeroen Vanattenhoven, Evelien de
             Ferrerre, and jan Van Looy

23      The Influence of Social Networking Sites on Political Behavior:
        Modeling Political Involvement via Online and Offline Activity
             Tonghoon  Kim, David]. Atkin, and Carolyn A. Lin

40      Examining the World's Game in the United States: Impact of
        Nationalized Qualities on Fan Identification and Consumption of the
        2014 FIFA World Cup
             Michael B. Devlin and Andrew C. Billings

61      Why  We  Share: A Uses and Gratifications Approach to Privacy
        Regulation in Social Media Use
             Kelly Quinn

87      Moral Foundations Theory and Moral Reasoning in Video Game Play:
        Using Real-Life Morality in a Game Context
             Marina Krcmar and Drew P. Cingel

104     Networked Cultural Diffusion and Creation on YouTube: An Analysis of
        YouTube Memes
             Weiai Wayne Xu, ji Young Park, ji Young Kim, and Han Woo Park

123     Acquiring a New Technology at Home: A Parent-Child Study About
        Youths' Influence on Digital Media Adoption in a Family
             Teresa Correa

140     Do Users Experience Real Sociability Through Social TV? Analyzing
        Parasocial Behavior in Relation to Social TV
             Dong-Hee  Shin

160     Who  You Know  in Hollywood: A Network Analysis of Television
        Writers
             Patricia F. Phalen, Thomas B. Ksiazek, and jacob B. Garber

171     One Click, Many Meanings: Interpreting Paralinguistic Digital
        Affordances in Social Media
             Rebecca A. Hayes, Caleb T. Carr, and Donghee Yvette Wohn

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