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Thu Jun 20 2002

TOC: Communications, Vol.27 No.1

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Message 1: TOC: Communications Volume 27 issue 1 (2002)

Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 18:02:11 +0200
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: TOC: Communications Volume 27 issue 1 (2002)

NEW AT MOUTON DE GRUYTER

COMMUNICATIONS
THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

Editors: Karsten Renckstorf and Keith Roe
Associate Editors: Hans Beentjes and Nicholas W. Jankowski
Four issues per volume (approx. 480 pages)

ISSN 0341-2059


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The European Journal of Communication Research is an established forum
for scholarship and academic debate in the field of communication
science and research. Communication science is concerned with the
investigation of the structure and function of communication processes
and their impact on society, social groups and individuals. The
European Journal of Communication Research highlights the concerns of
this discipline through the publication of articles, research reports,
review essays and book reviews on theoretical and methodological
developments considered from a European perspective.

COMMUNICATIONS seeks new and original European research material in
the fields of interpersonal communication, intercultural communication
and mass communication.

COMMUNICATIONS publishes contributions on communication theory and
the philosophy of communication, including contemporary ideas such as
cultural studies, gender studies, semiotics or pragmatism.

COMMUNICATIONS collects material concerned with the interaction and
interrelations between language and communication, communication and
technology, and communication and gender.

COMMUNICATIONS monitors research on communication in different
settings and contexts, such as political communication, health
communication, marketing communication, and communication within
complex organizations.

COMMUNICATIONS focuses on media history and media development. It
comments on aspects of cultural change resulting from new technologies
and their impact on people's lives.

COMMUNICATIONS discusses the frameworks within which people communicate
and use communication technology. It reports on the production and
reception of mediated messages and the role that media technologies and
electronic networks play in these processes.

COMMUNICATIONS encompasses, in other words, the entire field of
communication science as its domain of interest.


CONTENTS VOLUME 27 1/02


Editor's Note

Articles:

KLAUS SCHOENBACH AND EDMUND LAUF
Contents or Design? Factors Influencing the Circulation of American and
German Newspapers

CHAVA E. TIDHAR AND HILLEL NOSSEK
All in the Family: The Integration of a New Media Technology in the
Family

ANAT FIRST
All Women Should Cry: The Presentation of Women in Foreign News


Commentary and Debate:

DAFNA LEMISH
Gender at the Forefront: Feminist Perspectives on Action Theoretical
Approaches in Communication Research

PATTI VALKENBURG, HANS BEENTJES, PETER NIKKEN AND ED TAN
Kijkwijzer: The Dutch Rating system for Audiavisual Productions

Research in Brief:

ELLEN HIJMANS AND MARTINE VAN SELM
Between Altruism and Narcism: An Action Theoretical Approach of Personal
Homepages Devoted to Existential Meaning


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