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Television programs continue to be important storytelling mechanisms for people around the world. Moving away from traditional research examining relationships with general television exposure, a large body of literature has examined associations with the viewing of genre-specific television...
Communication scholars have been long interested in uncertainty and its connection to communicative actions. Since the special issue of Journal of Communication on uncertainty and communication [Babrow, (2001a). Introduction to the special issue on uncertainty, evaluation, and communication....
To understand public opinion about immigration in Europe, one has to understand the media’s role in it. We present a literature review on research on media discourse on immigration and their effects. Despite differences in the way immigration and migrant groups are represented in European media,...
Retiring is a lifelong process that is socially constructed through ongoing interaction with others. However, communication scholars have paid relatively little attention to exploring retirement processes. In this manuscript we contend that applying a life course perspective to twenty first...
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