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The international encyclopedia of media studies [electronic resource] : media history and the foundations of media studies /

general editor, Angharad N. Valdivia.

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Names: Valdivia, Angharad N.,
Published: Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
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245 04|aThe international encyclopedia of media studies|h[electronic resource] :|bmedia history and the foundations of media studies /|cgeneral editor, Angharad N. Valdivia.
264 1|aMalden, MA :|bWiley-Blackwell,|c2013.
300 |a1 online resource (7 vols.)
336 |atext|2rdacontent
337 |acomputer|2rdamedia
338 |aonline resource|2rdacarrier
500 |aTitle from book home page (Wiley Online LIbrary, viewed April 30, 2014).
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gVolume I.|tMedia History and the Foundations of Media Studies.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|gIntroduction: Mapping the Field of Media History /|rJohn Nerone --|gPart 1.|tApproaches.|tLeft Behind: End Times for a Media History Paradigm /|rCarolyn Marvin --|tThe Two Marxes: Bridging the Political Economy/Technology and Culture Divide /|rVincent Mosco --|tThe Conditions of Media's Possibility: A Foucauldian Approach to Media History /|rJeremy Packer --|tRace/Ethnicity in Media History /|rCatherine Squires --|tApproaches to Gender and Sexuality in Media History /|rGretchen Soderlund --|tThe History of the Book /|rRonald J. Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray --|gPart 2.|tMoments.|tWriting /|rJohn Durham Peters --|tThe Enlightenment and the Bourgeois Public Sphere (Through the Eyes of a London Merchant-Writer) /|rJuraj Kittler --|tJournalism History: North America /|rRichard Kaplan --|tJournalism History: Europe /|rJürgen Wilke --|tJournalism History: Korea /|rSae-Eun Kim --|tJournalism History: China /|rShihua Chen and Qian Wang --|tCommunications Networks in the United States: From Chappe to Marconi /|rRichard R. John --|tQuickening Urgency: The Telegraph and Wire Services in 1846-1893 /|rTerhi Rantanen --|tPhotography /|rCraig Robertson --|tMoving Images: Portable Histories of Film Exhibition /|rHaidee Wasson --|tSound Histories: Communication, Technology, Media, and Fidelity /|rEric W. Rothenbuhler --|tTelevision /|rLaurie Ouellette --|tThe Culture Industries /|rFrederick Wasser --|tAdvertising and Consumer Culture: A Historical Review /|rInger L. Stole --|tThe Rise of the Professional Communicator /|rKevin G. Barnhurst --|tThe New World Information and Communication Order: An Idea That Refuses to Die /|rKaarle Nordenstreng --|tText, Translation, and the End of the Unified Press /|rDavid Alan Grier --|tMedia and Mobility /|rMark Andrejevic --|gPart 3.|tFoundations.|tCommunication and Democracy: The Roots of Media Studies /|rHanno Hardt --|tThe Chicago School of Sociology and Mass Communication Research: Rise, Rejection, Incorporation, and Rediscovery /|rKarin Wahl-Jorgensen --|tPropaganda Studies: The US Interwar Years /|rSue Collins --|tFrankfurt School, Media, and the Culture Industry /|rDouglas Kellner --|tThe Rise and Fall of the Limited Effects Model /|rPeter Simonson --|tThe Political Economy of Communication: An Idiosyncratic Presentation of an Emerging Subfield /|rRobert W. McChesney --|tUnmasking Class and Tradition: Questioning Recuperative History and Affiliation in Cultural Studies /|rCameron McCarthy and Jennifer Logue.
505 80|gVolume II.|tMedia Production.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|tMaking Media Production Visible: An Introduction /|rVicki Mayer --|gPart 1.|tProduction Regimes and Infrastructures.|tThe Governance of Communication and Culture: Regularizing the Regimes of Production and Consumption /|r/|rKatharine Sarikakis --|tMedia Production and Information Policy: Growth Through Replication /|rPatrick Burkart and Lucas Logan --|tThe Slippery Slopes of "Soft Power": Production Studies, International Relations, and the Military Industrial Media Complex /|rJonathan Burston --|tTelevision-Set Production in the Era of Digital TV /|rMari Castañeda --|tCitizenship and Media Ownership /|rJohn McMurria --|gPart 2.|tThe Cultural Industries and the Organization of Production.|tMusic in the New Capitalism /|rTimothy D. Taylor --|tWhither the Professional Book Publisher in an Era of Distribution on Demand /|rLaura J. Miller --|tThis Is What I Need, This Is What Will Travel: Television Programs in the Era of Transition /|rShawn Shimpach --|tHow Should We Think About Audience Power in the Digital Age? /|rJoseph Turow --|gPart 3.|tProduct and Content Flows --|tA Critical Analysis of Cultural Imperialism: From the Asian Frontlines /|rDal Yong Jin --|tHollywood's Presence in Latin America: Production Participation to Distribution Dominance /|rTamara L. Falicov --|tGlobal Ugly Betty: International Format Trade and the Production of National Adaptations /|rLothar Mikos and Marta Perrotta --|tThe Comings and Goings of Key Scenarios: TV Fiction, Culture, and Transnational Flows in Postcolonial Kinshasa /|rKatrien Pype --|gPart 4.|tProduction Work and Practices.|tWhy Has News Production in the United States Remained Stable at a Time of Great Change? /|rDavid Michael Ryfe --|tThe Production of Mediated Performance /|rEspen Ytreberg --|tImagination and Censorship, Fiction and Reality: Producing a Telenovela in a Time of Political Crisis /|rCarolina Acosta-Alzuru --|tDistributed Creativity in Film and Television: Three Case Studies of Networked Production Labor /|rJohn T. Caldwell, M. J. Clarke, Erin Hill, and Eric Vanstrom --|tYouTube Stylo: Writing and Teaching with Digital Video /|rAlexandra Juhasz --|gPart 5.|tProduction Cultures.|tQueer Broadcasts: Backstage Television, Insider Material, and Media Producers /|rQuinn Miller --|tHollywood Elsewhere: The Runaway Locations Industry and Transnational Production Cultures /|rSerra Tinic --|tTransformations and Tactics: The Production Culture of the Hong Kong Film Industry /|rSylvia J. Martin --|tYouth as Cultural Producers / Cultural Productions of Youth /|rLora Taub-Pervizpour --|gPart 6.|tThe Ethics of Production.|t"What's TV Good For?" Views of Producers of Television for Children around the World /|rDafna Lemish --|tIs Media Work Good Work?: A Case Study of Television Documentary /|rDavid Hesmondhalgh and Anna Zoellner --|tCommunity Media Production: Access, Institutions, and Ethics /|rEllie Rennie --|tNeglected Elements: Production, Labor, and the Environment /|rRichard Maxwell and Toby Miller.
505 80|gVolume III.|tContent and Representation.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|tTechnology, Convergence, and Power: Current Trends in Text-Based Approaches to Media Studies /|rSharon R. Mazzarella --|gPart 1.|tPersuasion and Information.|tUnderstanding Hypercommercialized Media Texts /|rMatthew P. McAllister and Alexandra Nutter Smith --|tAnd Now a Click from Our Sponsors: Changes in Children's Advertising in the United States /|rNancy A. Jennings --|tWomen's Portraits Present in Print Fashion Advertisements: A Content Analysis of Spanish Fashion Magazines from 2002 to 2009 /|rPaloma Diaz Soloaga and Carlos Muñiz --|tMarketing Militarism to Moms: News and Branding after September 11th /|rMary Douglas Vavrus --|tFrom Second-Wave to Postructuralist Feminism: Evolving Frameworks for Viewing Representations of Women's Sports /|rHardin Marie --|tHoney-Drenched, Rags to Riches, Good versus Evil Stories: The Telenovela as a Cultural Referent in the US Press /|rGuillermo Avila-Saavedra --|tChanges in the News Representation of Minorities Over the Course of 40 Years of Research /|rEli Avraham --|tIs There Local Content on Television for Children Today? /|rKatalin Lustyik and Ruth Zanker --|gPart 2.|tEntertainment.|tThe Evolution of Hollywood Latinidad: Latina/o Representation and Stardom in US Entertainment Media /|rMary C. Beltrán /|r--|tQueer Gazing and the Popular: A Study on the Representational Strategies of Queer Representations in Popular Television Fiction /|rSofie Van Bauwel, Frederik Dhaenens, and Daniel Biltereyst --|tMediated Portrayals of Masculinities /|rHeather L. Hundley --|tShifting Contours of Indian Womanhood in Popular Hindi Cinema /|rSujata Moorti --|tPortrayals of Female Scientists in the Mass Media: End Times for a Media History Paradigm /|rJocelyn Steinke --|tShe's the Real Thing: Filming the Nostalgic Past through Vietnamese Women /|rDiem-My T. Bui --|tChinese Cinema at the Millennium: Defining "China" and the Politics of Representation /|rGina Marchetti --|tViolent Content on US Television: A Historical Overview of the Research /|rNancy Signorielli --|gPart 3.|tInteraction and Performance.|tBlogging Culture: Content and Representation in Blogs /|rZizi Papacharissi and Sharon Meraz --|tBlogging the Third Wave? Citizens' Media, Intimate Citizenship, and Everyday Life /|rJenny Gunnarsson Payne --|tVideogame Content: Game, Text, or Something Else? /|rMia Consalvo --|tRethinking Violent Videogame Content: Conceptual Advances and Directions for Future Research /|rKenneth A. Lachlan --|tTransmedial Aesthetics: Where Form and Content Meet-Film and Videogames /|rTanya Krzywinska --|tRecent Trends in Research on Health Portrayals in the Media: From TV, Newspapers, and Magazines to Websites, YouTube, and Manga /|rJames D. Robinson, Teresa L. Thompson, Jeanine Warisse Turner, Robert R. Agne, and Yan Tian --|tCanadian (Re)Presentation: Media, First Peoples, and Liveness in the Museum /|rMiranda J. Brady --|tCalypso and the Performance of Representational Politics /|rSusan Harewood.
505 80|gVolume IV.|tAudience and Interpretation.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|tStudying the Elusive Audience: Consumers, Readers, Users, and Viewers in a Changing World /|rRadhika Parameswaran --|gPart 1.|tExpanding the Horizons of Audience Studies.|tThe Audience in the Graduate Curriculum: Training Future Scholars /|rMeenakshi Gigi Durham --|tFostering Surprise and Productive Discomfort in Audience Studies through Multi-Sited Ethnography /|rKim Trager-Bohley --|tStudying Audiences with Sense-Making Methodology: End Times for a Media History Paradigm /|rCarrieLynn D. Reinhard and Brenda Dervin --|tThe Abbreviated Field Experience in Audience Ethnography : End Times for a Media History Paradigm /|rPatrick D. Murphy--|gPart 2.|tPracticing Reflexivity In and Out of the Field.|tStudying Addiction: My Journey Through the Landscape of Telenovela Consumption /|rCarolina Acosta-Alzuru --|tThe Reflexive Self: The Expressive Subject in Makeover Television and Audience Research /|rKatherine Sender --|tReflexivity in Data Analysis: Constructing Narratives of Family Digital Media Use In, Through, and For Public Engagement /|rLynn Schofield Clark --|tMedia Ethnography: Thickness and Force /|rMatt Briggs --|tNomadic Scholarship: Translocal Approach to Audience Studies /|rFabienne Darling-Wolf --|gPart 3.|tFinding and Engaging Global Audiences.|tMythic Viewing: Reality in Indian Audiencehood /|rVamsee Juluri --|tUnity in Diversity? South African Women's Reception of National and Global Images of Belonging /|rShelley-Jean Bradfield --|tA Framework for Audience Study of Transnational Television /|rChua Beng Huat --|tLanguage and Indian Film Audiences: From Political Economy To Ethnography /|rSunitha Chitrapu --|tWatching Telenovelas in Brazil: Mediating the Everyday /|rAntonio C. La Pastina --|tChina's Media Transformation and Audience Research /|rLi Hongmei --|tUsing Ethnography to Understand Everyday Media Practices in Australian Family Life /|rDonell Holloway and Lelia Green --|gPart 4.|tComprehending Online Audiences.|tBeyond the Active Audience: Exploring New Media Audiences and the Limits of Cultural Production /|rShayla Thiel-Stern --|tCounting, and Accounting for, Online Audiences /|rFernando Bermejo --|tAlways at Crossroads: Studying Online/Offline Intersections as a Postcolonial Feminist Researcher /|rRadhika Gajjala --|tStudying Online News Audiences: Trends, Issues, and Challenges /|rDeborah S. Chung --|gPart 5.|tEmpowering Audiences As Citizens.|tHealth, Culture, and Power: Understanding Women Audiences of Health Media /|rLinda Aldoory --|tParticipation Beyond Production: Possibilities for Reception and Ritual in the Study of Activist Audiences /|rJennifer Rauch --|tAudiences as Citizens: Insights from Three Decades of Reception Research /|rKim Christian Schrøder --|tCitizenship, Communication, and Modes of Audience Engagement: Exploring Alternative Voices in the Public Sphere /|rChristine L. Garlough and Dhavan V. Shah.
505 80|gVolume V.|tMedia Effects/Media Psychology.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline Of The Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|tChanges And Continuities In The Media Effects Paradigm /|rErica Scharrer --|gPart 1.|tTheories and Processes/Processing.|tTheories of/about Effects.|tMapping the Psychology of Agenda Setting /|rMaxwell McCombs and Jae Kook Lee --|tCultivation Theory: Television Fiction as a Vector of Socialization /|rJan Van den Bulck --|tFraming and Priming Effects: Exploring Challenges Connected to Cross-Level Approaches in Media Effects Research /|rBertram T. Scheufele and Dietram A. Scheufele --|tExamining Media Effects: The General Aggression and General Learning Models /|rChristopher P. Barlett and Craig A. Anderson --|tPerceptions of Media and Media Effects: The Third Person Effect, Trust in Media and Hostile Media Perceptions /|rYariv Tsfati and Jonathan Cohen --|tInternal Mechanisms: Enjoyment, Appeal, and Physiological Response.|tUses and Gratifications: A Social and Psychological Perspective of Media Use and Effects /|rPaul Haridakis --|tMedia Entertainment as a Result of Recreation and Psychological Growth: Internal Mechanisms: Enjoyment, Appeal, and Physiological Response /|rTilo Hartmann --|tSelective Exposure to Violent Media: A Synthesis Of The Research And Theoretical Overview /|rMarina Krcmar --|tMedia Message Processing And The Embodied Mind: Measuring Bodily Responses To Open The Black Box /|rAnnie Lang --|tThoughtless Vigilantes: Media Violence and Brain Activation Patterns in Young Viewers /|rJohn P. Murray --|gPart 2.|tEvidence of Effects.|tOn Views of Self, Others, and Events.|tGender-Role Socialization in the Twenty-First Century /|rNancy Signorielli --|tRace and News Revisited: The Content and Effects of Problematically Framing the News /|rTravis L. Dixon and Christopher S. Josey --|tThe Influence of Media Exposure on the Formation, Activation, and Application of Racial/Ethnic Stereotypes /|rDana Mastro and Riva Tukachinsky --|tThe Relationship between the Media, the Military, and the Public: Examining the Stories Told and Public Opinion /|rMichel M. Haigh --|tOn Personal Health and Social Well-Being.|tUnderstanding the Role of Cognition and Media in Body Image Disturbance and Weight Bias in Children, Adolescents, and Adults /|rKim Bissell --|tTracing the Course of Reality TV Effects Research /|rRobin L. Nabi, Jiyeon So, and Theresa de los Santos --|tMedia-Related Fear: Short-Term And Enduring Consequences /|rCynthia A. Hoffner and Elizabeth L. Cohen --|tCallous/Malice: An Examination of Desensitizing and Aggression-Causing Media Effects /|rRon Leone and Angela Paradise --|tIn the Political Arena.|tSex on Television: A Review of Socialization Effects and the Role of Context and Individual Differences /|rKirstie M. Farrar --|tPolitical TV Advertising and Debates /|rWilliam L. Benoit and Jayne R. Henson --|tNews and Political Entertainment Effects on Democratic Citizenship /|rPatricia Moy, Michael A. Xenos, and Muzammil M. Hussain --|tExploring Relations Between Political Entertainment Media And Traditional Political Communication Information Outlets: /|rA Research Agenda /|rR. Lance Holbert and Dannagal Goldthwaite Young --|tDigital Democracy: How the Internet Has Changed Politics /|rLeticia Bode, Stephanie Edgerly, Ben Sayre, Emily K. Vraga, and Dhavan V. Shah --|tOn/Of Persuasion.|tAdvances In Public Communication Campaigns /|rCharles K. Atkin and Ronald E. Rice --|tEffects of Social Marketing: Potential and limitations /|rMichael D. Basil --|tUsing Message Framing in Health-Related Persuasion: Theory and Evidence /|rXiaoli Nan --|tThe Intended and Unintended Effects of Advertising on Children /|rMoniek Buijzen and Patti M. Valkenburg --|gPart 3.|tThe Young Audience.|tMedia Use and Effects on Learning and Development.|tMedia Use, Scholastic Achievement, and Attention Span /|rGeorge Comstock --|tThe Educational Impact Of Television: Understanding Television's Potential And Limitations /|rDaniel R. Anderson, Heather J. Lavigne, and Katherine G. Hanson --|tProsocial TV Content: Children's Interpretations And Responses /|rMarie-Louise Mares --|tThe Effects Of Internet Communication On Adolescents' Psychological Development: An Assessment Of Risks And Opportunities /|rJochen Peter and Patti M. Valkenburg --|tMediating and Mitigating Effects.|tBoom or Boomerang: A Critical Review of Evidence Documenting Media Literacy Efficacy /|rSmita C. Banerjee and Robert Kubey --|tThe Role Of Parental Mediation In the Development Of Media Literacy and the Prevention of Substance Use /|rYi-Chun (Yvonnes) Chen and Erica Weintraub Austin --|tThe impact of media policy on children's media exposure /|rAmy B. Jordan.
505 80|gVolume VI.|tMedia Studies Futures.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|tIntroduction: Media Studies Futures, Past and Present /|rKelly Gates --|gPart 1.|tThe Future of Media Studies: Theory, Methods, Pedagogy.|tMedia Studies: Diagnostics Of A Failed Merger /|rAngharad N. Valdivia and Geert Lovink --|tIn Praise of Concept Production: Formats, Schools, and Nonrepresentational Media Studies /|rGeert Lovink and Ned Rossiter --|tBetting on YouTube Futures (for New Media Writing and Publishing) /|rAlexandra Juhasz --|tMedia Visualization: Visual Techniques For Exploring Large Media Collections /|rLev Manovich --|tThe Future of Game Studies /|rYariv Tsfati and Jonathan Cohen --|tThe Study of the Internet in Latin America: Achievements, Challenges, Futures /|rRaúl Trejo Delarbre --|gPart 2.|tSocial and Mobile Media Futures.|tThe Prehistoric Turn? Networked New Media, Mobility, and the Body /|rMark Coté --|tThe Waning Distinction Between Private And Public: Net Locality And The Restructuring Of Space /|rAdriana de Souza e Silva and Eric Gordon --|tHow To Have Social Media In An Invisible Pandemic: Hepatitis C in the Time of H1N /|rLisa Cartwright --|tMobile Handsets From The Bottom Up: Appropriation And Innovation In The Global South /|rAngharad N. Valdivia, Cara Wallis, Jack Linchuan Qiu, and Rich Ling --|gPart 3.|tMedia Industry and Infrastructure Futures.|tThe End Of James Cameron's Quiet Years /|rCharles R. Acland --|tInfrastructural Changeover: The US Digital TV Transition and Media Futures /|rLisa Parks --|tThe 800-Pound Gorillas in the Room: The Mobile Phone and the Future of Television /|rMax Dawson --|tPreemption, Premediation, Prediction: The Politics of Betting on the Future /|rGreg Elmer and Andy Opel --|gPart 4.|tJournalism and Media Policy Futures.|tThe Decline of Modern Journalism in the Neo-Partisan Era /|rCampbell Richard and Jonathan Cohen --|tReconstructing Accountability: Essential Journalistic Reorientations /|rMartin Eide --|tMending the Gaps: Connecting Media Policy and Media Studies /|rVictor Pickard --|gPart 5.|tInteractivity, Affect, and the Future of Media Subjectivities.|tFrom Audiences to Media Subjectivities: Mutants in the Interregnum /|rJack Z. Bratich --|tFuture Directions for Political Communication Scholarship: Considering Emotion in Mediated Public Participation /|rKarin Wahl-Jorgensen --|tThe Future of New Media: Embodying Kurzweil's Singularity in Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica, and Gamer /|rDavid Golumbia --|tIt's a Nigger in Here! Kill the Nigger! User-Generated Media Campaigns Against Racism, Sexism, and Homophobia in Digital /|rLisa Nakamura --|tFrom "The Ultimate Display" to "The Ultimate Skinner Box": Virtual Reality and the Future of Psychotherapy /|rMarisa Brandt --|gPart 6.|tWhose Futures? Children, Youth Cultures, and Digital Media.|tMapping ICT Adoption among Latin American Youth /|rRosalía Winocur and Carolina Aguerre --|tSouth Asian Digital Diasporas: Remixing Diasporic Youth Cultures /|rRadhika Gajjala and Yeon Ju Oh --|tFear and Hope: The Politics of Childhood and Mobile Media /|rDamien Spry --|gPart 7.|tWhat Future? Or, the Unsustainable Present.|tArtificial Life on a Dead Planet /|rCharles Thorpe --|tThe Dead-End of Consumerism: The Role of the Media and Cultural Industries /|rJustin Lewis --|tMedia Armageddons and the Death of Liberal Biopolitics /|rMajia Holmer Nadesan --|tGreening Cultural Labor: The Future of Media Accounting /|rRichard Maxwell and Toby Miller.
505 80|gVolume VII.|tResearch Methods in Media Studies.|tMedia Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future /|rAngharad N. Valdivia --|tConvergence, Globalization, Technological Development, and Interdisciplinarity in a Fast-Evolving World: The Formidable Question of Method /|rFabienne Darling-Wolf --|gPart 1.|tSetting Up the Stage.|tMedia Research Paradigms: Conceptual Distinctions, Continuing Divisions /|rSlavko Splichal and Peter Dahlgren --|tThe Challenge of Media Research Ethics /|rKevin Healey --|gPart 2.|tWorking with People.|tDoing Survey Research in Media Studies /|rSuman Mishra --|tBeyond the Qualitative/Quantitative "Divide": Reflections on the Utility and Challenges of Q Methodology for Media Researchers /|rCarolyn Michelle and Charles H. Davis --|tThe Interview: A Process of Qualitative Inquiry /|rSue Robinson --|tOral History Interviews: Advantages and Challenges of Employing Oral History Interviewing as Part of a Research Project /|rMike Conway --|tMemories of Films and Cinema-Going in Monterrey, Mexico: A Critique and Review of In-Depth Interviews as a Methodological Strategy in Audience Studies /|rLorena Frankenberg and José Carlos Lozano --|tConducting Media Ethnographies in Africa /|rTanja Bosch --|tAutoethnography in Media Studies: Digitalization of Television in Finland, or Carrying Home Cardboard Boxes /|rJohanna Uotinen --|tThe Basics of Experimental Research in Media Studies /|rGlenn Leshner --|tBetween-Subjects Experimental Design and Analysis /|rKim Bissell --|gPart 3.|tWorking with Texts.|tUsing a Mixed Approach to Content Analysis: The Case of Apologetic Rhetoric in the Modern Presidency /|rRico Neumann and Kevin Coe --|tLessons Learned from a Research Saga: An Ambitious Content Analysis of Television Form /|rMatthew Lombard --|tText-Based Approaches to Qualitative Research: An Overview of Methods, Process, and Ethics /|rSara McKinnon --|tAnalyzing Text: The Cultural Discourse in Ethnic Food Reviews /|rElfriede Fürsich --|tCultural History and Media Studies /|rRichard K. Popp --|tHistorical Approaches to Media Studies /|rMark Hampton --|tFilm Analysis /|rJames Walters --|tEye Tracking in Media Studies: Theory, Method, and Its Exemplary Application in Analyzing Shock-Inducing Advertisements /|rStephanie Geise --|tExploring Visual Aspects of Audience Membership: Media Studies and Photovoice /|rDavid R. Novak and Tonny Krijnen --|gPart 4.|tVirtual Challenges, Interdisciplinary Research, and Mixed Method Research.|tThe Methodology of Online News Analysis: A Quantitative Approach to Ephemeral Media /|rHelle Sjøvaag and Eirik Stavelin --|tDigital Ethnography and Media Practices /|rElisenda Ardévol and Edgar Gómez-Cruz --|tClicks and Bricks: Methods and Strategies for Measuring the Effects of Similar Virtual and Physical Activity /|rLillian C. Spina-Caza --|tExploring the Effects of TV and Movie Music on Childhood /|rAmparo Porta --|tLatino Diasporas and the Media: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Transnationalism and Communication /|rJéssica Retis.
505 1 |aV.I. Media history and the foundations of media studies / ed. by John Nerone -- v. II. Media Production / ed. by Vicki Mayer -- v. III. Content and Representation / ed. by Sharon R. Mazzarella -- v. IV. Audience and Interpretation in Media Studies / ed. by Radhika Parameswaran -- v. V. Media Effects/Media Psychology / ed. by Erica Scharrer -- v. VI. Media Studies Futures / ed by Kelly Gates -- v. VII. Research Methods in Media Studies / ed by Fabienne Darling-Wolf.
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