Communication Yearbook 10
Edited by Margaret McLaughlin
Published October 25th 2011 by Routledge – 892 pages
Published October 25th 2011 by Routledge – 892 pages
The Communication Yearbook annuals publish diverse, state-of-the-discipline literature reviews that advance knowledge and understanding of communication systems, processes, and impacts across the discipline. Sponsored by the International Communication Association, each volume provides a forum for the exchange of interdisciplinary and internationally diverse scholarship relating to communication in its many forms. This volume re-issues the yearbook from 1987.
Part 1: Communication Reviews and Commentaries 1. Speech Accommodation Theory: The First Decade and Beyond Howard Giles, Anthony Mulac, James J. Bradac and Patricia Johnson 2. Mass Communication Research in Japan: History and Present State Youichi Ito 3. Perceived Control: Foundations and Directions for Communication Research David A. Brenders 4. Some Footnotes on the Role of Public Communication in Incumbent Politics Roderick P. Hart 5. The Role of Theory in Broadcast Economics: A Review and Development Benjamin J. Bates 6. Revised Lag Sequential Analysis Donald Dean Morley 7. Assessment of the Use of Self-Referent Concepts for the Measurement of Cognition and Affect Kimberly A. Neuendorf, Stan A. Kaplowitz, Edward L. Fink and G. Blake Armstrong 8. Gender Differences in Adolescents’ Uses of the Attitudes Toward Computers Milton Chen Part 2: Information Systems 9. Exponential Decay and Damped Harmonic Oscillation as Model of the Bargaining Process Frank Tutzauer 10. The Sound of One Mind Working: Memory Retrieval and Response Preparation as Components of Pausing in Spontaneous Speech John O. Greene, Sandi W. Smith, Ruth C. Smith and Joan L. Cashion 11. Conservatism in Judgement: Is the Risky Shift-ee Really Risky, Really? Kathy Kellermann and Susan Jarboe Part 3: Interpersonal Communication 12. Communication Network Involvement in Adolescents’ Friendships and Romantic Relationships Leona L. Eggert and Malcolm R. Parks 13. Conversational Relevance: Three Experiments on Pragmatic Connectedness in Conversation Sally Jackson, Scott Jacobs and Ana M. Rossi Part 4: Mass Communication 14. Deviance as a Predictor of Newsworthiness: Coverage of International Events in the U.S. Media Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang and Nancy Bredinger 15. Attention to Local and Global Complexity in Television Messages Esther Thorson, Byron Reeves and Joan Schleuder 16. Film Violence and Perceptions of Crime: The Cultivation Effect Robert M. Ogles and Cynthia Hoffner Part 5: Organizational Communication 17. Manager-Subordinate Control Patterns and Judgements About the Relationship Gail T. Fairhurst, L. Edna Rogers and Robert A. Sarr 18. Bridging the Parallel Organization: A Study of Quality Circle Effectiveness Cynthia Stohl 19. The Development and Test of a System of Organizational Participation and Allocation Katherine I. Miller and Peter R. Monge Part 6: Intercultural and Development Communication 20. Cultural Dissimilarities and Uncertainty Reduction Processes William B. Gudykunst, Elizabeth Chua and Alisa J. Gray Part 7: Political Communication 21. Political Alienation and Knowledge Acqusition Diana C. Mutz 22. A Model of Agenda Dynamics Jarol B. Manheim 23. Electoral Information Flow and Students’ Information Processing: A Computerized Panel Study Seth Finn Part 8: Instructional Communication 24. Popular, Rejected, and Supportive Preadolescents: Social-Cognitive and Communicative Characteristics Brant R. Burleson and Patricia Amason Waltman 25. Reducing Fear Reactions to Mass Media: Effects of Visual Exposure and Verbal Explanation Barbara J. Wilson and Joanne Cantor 26. The Relationship Between Selected Immediacy Behaviours and Cognitive Learning Virginia P. Richmond, Joan S. Gorham and James C. McCroskey Part 9: Health Communication 27. Patient Satisfaction with Physicians’ Interpersonal involvement, Expressiveness, and Dominance Richard L. Street, Jr. and John M. Wiemann 28. Health Advertising: The Credibility of Organizational Sources Sharon Lee Hammond 29. Helping People with AIDS: Mobilizing Interventionists Jim D. Highey Part 10: Philosophy of Communication 30. Demonstrating the Audience: Who Are They and What Do We Know About Them Briankle G. Chang 31. Mass Media and Postmodernity: The Cultural Politics of Silencing in Jean Baudrillard Kuan-Hsing Chen 32. Sampling from the Museum of Forms: Photography and Visual Thinking in the Rise of Modern Statistics Frank Biocca 33. Multilevel Analysis in Critical Research Astrid Kersten Part 11: Human Communication Technology 34. The Case of the Intelligent Telephone: The Relationship of Job Category to the Adoption of an Organizational Communication Technology Ronald E. Rice and George G. Manross 35. A Typology for Interactive Media Jerome T. Durlak Part 12: Popular Culture 36. Media and Folklore as Intertextual Communication Processes: John F. Kennedy and the Supermarket Tabloids S. Elizabeth Bird 37. Behaving Oneself: The Place of Manners in Contemporary American Culture Kari Whittenberger-Keith 38. The Portrayal of Conversation in "Cathy" Cartoons: A Heuristic Tool for Rules Research Susan B. Shimanoff Part 13: Public Relations 39. Interorganizational Networks via Shared Public Relations Firms’ Centrality, Diversification, Media Coverage, and Publics’ Images James A. Danowski, George A. Barnett and Matthew H. Friedland 40. Public Relations in Trade and Professional Associations: Location, Model, Structure, Environment, and Values Sally J. McMillan