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The Miscellaneous Studies section of this collection of conference presentations contains the following 12 papers: "Revelatory Silences: A Critical Analysis of the Structuring Absences in Sydney Pollack's 'Out of Africa'" (Brenda Cooper and David Descutner); "The Cox Fight with the FCC: Gamesmanship, Hidden Agendas, and Personal Vendettas" (Mickie Edwardson); "Talk Radio: Motivation or Titillation?" (Eugenia Zerbinos); "Adult Radio and the Public Interest" (Mike McCauley and Ken Loomis); "The Struggle over the Meaning of Abortion: A Critical Examination of Two Films" (Sharon C. Semmens); "Exploring Birth-or-Abortion Decisions: Methodology for Researching Women's Private Values" (Maggie Jones Patterson and Kate Maloy); "The Scientific Management of Radio, 1919-1993: The Deskilling of Personalities, Programmers and Women" (Phylis Johnson); "Checkbook Journalism in the Electronic Media: Alive and Flourshing" (Mike Meeske and Fred Fedler); "Industry Response in the AM Stereo Marketplace: Letters to Trade Magazine Editors, 1982 to 1992" (W. A. Kelly Huff); "'Wisconsin Death Trip' as Case Study on the Questionable Uses of l9th Century Photographs in Historical Research" (C. Zoe Smith); "Alone

.On the Ice: Narrative Strategies in Women's Figure Skating Competition Coverage" (Bettina Fabos); and "Covering Ethics: Evidence of Its Emergence as a Beat and an Argument for Its Inclusion as News" (Debra L. Mason). (NH)

Descriptors: Abortions, Content Analysis, Ethics, Females, Films, Mass Media Effects, Mass Media Use, Media Research, Photographs, Programming (Broadcast), Radio











Author: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

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