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Trends In Public Support For Journalists And The Media Lee B. Becker

Abstract: The public is very critical of the journalists and of the news media, an extensive review of public opinion research over the last 40 years shows. The public has […]

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Processing information as a body of coral Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Abstract: Those examining the role of technology on learning and perception have generally assumed that spatial presence leads to favorable outcomes (Kim & Biocca, 1997). Guided by the efficiency framework, […]

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Trends in the Use of Statistics in Major Advertising Journals Over Four Decades Jooyoung Kim

Abstract: Abstract: The use of statistical techniques in data-based articles appearing in the International Journal of Advertising, Journal of Advertising, Journal of Advertising Research and Journal of Current Issues & […]

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Virtual Risks that Change Physical Behaviors Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Abstract:  Risk perception stands at the core of many health and environmental behavior theories because of its strong correlation to behavior change. However, individuals are motivated to place psychological distances […]

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Infectious Disease Risk Communication Glen Nowak

Abstract: In the past 18 months, little known infectious diseases – Ebola, Dengue fever, and Zika — have infected Americans and quickly generated much national and local media and public […]

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Examining spectator motivations in Major League Baseball Miscellaneous Grady Researchers

Abstract: Despite the increasing size and consumption power of senior consumers, in the sport marketing literature there appears to be no published work which attempts to understand the consumption behavior differences […]

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Parents’ Confidence in Recommended Childhood Vaccinations Glen Nowak and Michael Cacciatore

Abstract: There has been significant and growing interest in vaccine hesitancy and confidence in the United States as well as across the globe. While studies have used confidence measures, few […]

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Disabling prejudice Welch Suggs and Jason Lee Guthrie

Part of the goal of the International Paralympic Committee is to “touch the heart of all people for a more equitable society.” Media exposure of athletes with permanent physical disabilities […]

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How Crisis Managers Define Ethical Crisis Communication Practice Yan Jin

Abstract: Addressing the call by Coombs (2010) to examine the role of culture in crisis communication, this study examines the veracity and relative influences of these variables by examining how […]

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