Departmental Papers (ASC)

 

The Annenberg School stands at the forefront of basic and applied empirical research on the institutions, processes, nature, and consequences of communication. This research is based on theories, methods, and knowledge emerging from our own discipline as well those adapted from cognate disciplines in the humanities, social sciences and sciences. Many Annenberg faculty members are jointly appointed or hold secondary faculty positions in other schools and departments at Penn. Annenberg faculty and students regularly collaborate with each other and with faculty, researchers, and students from Penn’s other distinguished schools and centers.

The result of this inter- and intra-disciplinary research network is a faculty and student body with the theoretical, methodological and substantive breadth, depth, and agility to produce cutting-edge research on the most pressing communication-centered issues of the twenty-first century.

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Papers from 1999

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De la Construction des Gens Dans L'Enquête Sociale, Klaus Krippendorff

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When Old Technologies Were New: Implementing the Future, Carolyn Marvin

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The Totem Myth: Sacrifice and Transformation, Carolyn Marvin and David W. Ingle

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Public Broadcasting and the Crisis of Corporate Governance, Monroe Price

Papers from 1998

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Race and Community Revitalization: Communication Theory and Practice, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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Broadcasting Holidays, Elihu Katz

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McLuhan: Where Did He Come From, Where Did He Disappear?, Ruth Katz and Elihu Katz

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Broadcasting Regulation and Civil Society in Postwar Lebanon, Marwan M. Kraidy

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A Field for Growing Doctorates in Design?, Klaus Krippendorff

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Design Discourse: A Way to Redesign Design, Klaus Krippendorff

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Ecological Narratives; Reclaiming the Voice of Theorized Others, Klaus Krippendorff

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Stakeholder Theory, Klaus Krippendorff

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Wenn ich einen Stuhl sehe - sehe ich dann wirklich nur ein Zeichen? / When I See a Chair - Must I See a Sign of It?, Klaus Krippendorff

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Women's Perception of Group Support and Adaptation to Breast Cancer, Klaus Krippendorff

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Visual Aspects of Media Literacy, Paul Messaris

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Resuscitating a Collaboration With Melville Nimmer: Moral Rights and Beyond, Monroe Price

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Covering Atrocity in Image, Barbie Zelizer

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The Failed Adoption of Journalism Study, Barbie Zelizer

Papers from 1997

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Design in the Age of Information: A Report to the National Science Foundation (NSF), Daniel Boyarski, Reinhart Butter, Klaus Krippendorff, Richard Solomon, James Tomlinson, and Walter Wiebe

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Behavioral and Judged Coordination in Adult Informal Social Interactions: Vocal and Kinesic Indicators, Joseph N. Cappella

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Review of Norman H. Nie, Jane Junn, Kenneth Stehlik-Barry, Education and Democratic Citizenship in America, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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20 Years of Television in Israel: Are There Long-Run Effects on Values, Social Connectedness, and Cultural Practices?, Elihu Katz

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Behavioral and Phenomenological Judaism, Elihu Katz

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A Trajectory of Artificiality and New Principles of Design for the Information Age, Klaus Krippendorff

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Human-Centeredness: A Paradigm Shift Invoked by the Emerging Cyberspaces, Klaus Krippendorff

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Principales Metáforas de la Comunicación y Algunas Reflexiones Constructivistas Acerca de Su Utilización, Klaus Krippendorff

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Introduction to Part I: Theoretical Bases for Communicative and Visual Arts Teaching, Paul Messaris

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Visual Intelligence and Analogical Thinking, Paul Messaris

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Mechanisms of Momentum: Does Thinking Make It So?, Diana C. Mutz

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To Have and to Be: Sex, Gender, and the Paradox of Change, Katherine Sender

Papers from 1996

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Voters, Candidates, and Campaigns in the New Information Age, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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Bridging the Disciplinary Divide, Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Joseph N. Cappella

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Arguing in Support of the Proposition: Resolved that "Knowledge About Communication Can Only Be Known by the Knower", Klaus Krippendorff

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A Second-Order Cybernetics of Otherness, Klaus Krippendorff

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Review of The Construction of Social Reality, by John R. Searle, Klaus Krippendorff

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Staging Peace: Televised Ceremonies of Reconciliation, Tamar Liebes and Elihu Katz

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Video Ergo Cogito: Visual Education and Analogical Thinking, Paul Messaris

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Ownership in Russia, Monroe Price and Peter Krug

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United States (2), Monroe Price and Jonathan Weinberg

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Television Entertainment and the US Health-Care Debate, Joseph Turow

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Call-In Political Talk Radio: Background, Content, Audiences, Portrayal in Mainstream Media, Joseph Turow, Joseph N. Cappella, and Kathleen Hall Jamieson

Papers from 1995

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Redesigning Design; An Invitation to a Responsible Future, Klaus Krippendorff

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Undoing Power, Klaus Krippendorff

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Visual Literacy and Visual Culture, Paul Messaris

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Effects of Horse-Race Coverage on Campaign Coffers: Strategic Contributing in Presidential Primaries, Diana C. Mutz

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A Tyranny of lmages, Monroe Price

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Free Expression and Digital Dreams: The Open and Closed Terrain of Speech, Monroe Price

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Free Expression and Digital Dreams: The Open and Closed Terrain of Speech, Monroe Price

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Law, Force, and the Russia Media, Monroe Price

Papers from 1994

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The Making of a Consensual Majority: Political Discourse and Electoral Politics in the 1980's, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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Effects of the News Media Environment on Citizen Knowledge of State Politics and Government, Michael X. Delli Carpini, Scott Keeter, and J. David Kennamer

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The Method Is the Message: Focus Groups as a Method of Social, Psychological, and Political Inquiry, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Bruce Williams

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Fictional and Non Fictional Television Celebrates Earth Day: Or, Politics Is Comedy Plus Pretense, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Bruce A. Williams

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A Recursive Theory of Communication, Klaus Krippendorff

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Analog, Not Digital: Roots of Visual Literacy and Visual Intelligence, Paul Messaris

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Visual Literacy vs. Visual Manipulation, Paul Messaris

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Contextualizing Personal Experience: The Role of Mass Media, Diana C. Mutz

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The Market for Loyalties and a Global Communications Commission, Monroe Price

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Saving Public Television: The Remand of Turner Broadcasting and the Future of Cable Regulation, Monroe Price and Donald W. Hawthorne

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Hidden Conflicts and Journalistic Norms: The Case of Self-Coverage, Joseph Turow

Papers from 1993

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Arab and Jewish Attitude: Toward a Palestinian State, Majid Al-Haj, Elihu Katz, and Samuel Shye

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Radio's Political Past, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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"Consumer Journalism" in the Electronic Age: Instant Reaction to the "People's" Presidential Debate, Michael X. Delli Carpini, Robert D. Holsworth, and Scott Keeter

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Measuring Political Knowledge: Putting First Things First, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Scott Keeter

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The Year of the Woman? Candidates, Votes and the 1992 Elections, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Bruce A. Williams

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Discourse and the Democratic Ideal, Kathleen Hall Jamieson

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Conversation or Intellectual lmperialism In Comparing Communication Theories, Klaus Krippendorff

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Major Metaphors of Communication and Some Constructivist Reflections on Their Use, Klaus Krippendorff

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Schritte zu einer konstruktivistischen Erkenntnistheorie der Massenkommunikation, Klaus Krippendorff

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Two Paths in Search of (the) Meaning (of Things), Klaus Krippendorff

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Where Meanings Escape Functions, Klaus Krippendorff

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Perceptual Bases of Visual Literacy, Paul Messaris

Papers from 1992

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An Analysis of Information Items on the 1990 and 1991 NES Surveys, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Scott Keeter

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The Gender Gap in Political Knowledge, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Scott Keeter

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On Commuting Between Television Fiction and Real Life, Elihu Katz, Tamar Liebes, and Lili Berko

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Recent Developments in Reliability Analysis, Klaus Krippendorff

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Some Principles of Information Storage and Retrieval in Society, Klaus Krippendorff

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Transcending Semiotics: Toward Understanding Design for Understanding, Klaus Krippendorff

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Conclusion: On the Establishment of Journalistic Authority, Barbie Zelizer

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The Authority of the Profession: Recollecting Through History, Barbie Zelizer

Papers from 1991

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The Biological Origins of Automated Patterns of Human Interaction, Joseph N. Cappella

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Stability and Change in the U.S. Public's Knowledge of Politics, Michael X. Delli Carpini and Scott Keeter

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Das Ende der Journalismus: Reflexionen zum Kriegsschauplatz Femsehen, Elihu Katz

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Stepping Stones Towards a Constructivist Epistemology for Mass-Communication, Klaus Krippendorff

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Trooping the Colors on TV, Carolyn Marvin

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Image vs. Reality in Korean-American's Responses to Mass-Mediated Depictions of the United States, Paul Messaris and Jisuk Woo

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The Challenge of Inference in Interinstitutional Research on Mass Communication, Joseph Turow

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De l'Exercice Illegal de l'Histoire: Amateurs, Journalistes, Historiens et l'Assassinat de J.F. Kennedy [Custodians of Memory: Journalists, Historians, Buffs and the Kennedy Assassination], Barbie Zelizer

Papers from 1990

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On Defining Conversational Coordination and Rapport, Joseph N. Cappella

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Vietnam and the Press, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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Interacting With "Dallas": Cross Cultural Readings of American TV, Elihu Katz and Tamar Liebes

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Der verschwundene Bote Metaphern und Modelle der Kommunikation, Klaus Krippendorff

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Imaging, Computing and Designing Minds, Klaus Krippendorff

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Models and Metaphors of Communication, Klaus Krippendorff

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Reconsidering James Carey: How Many Rituals Does It Take to Make an Artifact?, Carolyn Marvin

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Review of Inventing American Broadcasting by S. J. Douglas, Carolyn Marvin

Papers from 1989

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Using Drama to Persuade, John Deighton, Daniel Romer, and Josh McQueen

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Age and History: Generations and Sociopolitical Change, Michael X. Delli Carpini

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Journalists as Scientists, Elihu Katz

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Content Analysis, Klaus Krippendorff