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Communication Research: [ H - J ]
|319||"Harris finds big jump in viewer disapproval of TV violence".|
|128||Harrison, Randall. Excerpts from Pictic Analysis: Toward a Vocabulary and Syntax for the Pictorial Code; with Research on Facial Communication.|
|129||Harrison, Randall. Nonverbal Communication: Explorations Into Time, Space, Action and Object.|
|130||Haskins, Jack B. Testing the Suitability of Typefaces for Editorial Subject-Matter.|
A study to determine if some typefaces are perceived to be more appropriate than others for specific kinds of magazine content.
|131||Haskins, Jack B. The Effects of Bad News and Good News on Newspaper Image and Community Image.|
|132||Hickey, Neil. A Riddle Wrapped in an Enigma.|
|133||Hickey, Neil. Television Opens its Eye Only to Violence.|
|134||Hicks, Ronald G., Broussard, E. Joseph, & Thorn, J. Dale. The Impact of Affirmative Action on College/University Journalism Faculties.|
A paper which attempts to show what the effect of "affirmative action" in personnel policies has been, especially in increasing the numbers of women and minorities employed on journalism faculties.
|135||Hoffman, Robert M. How Many Watch the Commercials?|
|136||Hospers, John. Human Conduct: An Introduction to the Problems of Ethics.|
|137||Can Any Good Thing Come Out of Hollywood?|
|138||Hsia, H. J., Ross, Billy I., & Schroeder, M. Richard. The Nazi Propaganda Paintings: A Review, an Evaluation, and a Slide Presentation.|
Based upon photographic slides depicting the German "War Art Program," Nazi propaganda philosophy and background are examined in relation to Hitler's "trinity:" the Aryan, the Volk, the Lebenstraum doctrines. The analysis is presented in terms of Romanticism and Germanness in the film content.
|139||Hsish, S. C., & Ruttan, V. S. Environmental, Technological, and Institutional Factors in the Growth of Rice Production: Philippines, Thailand, and Taiwan.|
This paper tests two hypotheses: the first, that increases in yields of rice among major rice-producing areas in southeast Asia reflect environmental conditions rather than differences in variety or cultural practices; and second, that differences between southeast Asia and east Asia reflect variations in the technlogical and institutional factors under which rice is grown, in addition to environmental factors.
|140||Huddleston, A. Warner. Television Program Violence and Children: Are Monsters Being Created?|
|141||Hudson, Jerry C. Skills and Areas of Knowledge Preferred for Broadcast News Graduates.|
A study to investigate the value of various entry-level employment skills and areas of knowledge preferred for broadcast news graduates, as perceived by commercial broadcast news employers.
|142||Hursh, Gerald D., Roling, Niels R., & Kerr, Graham B. Innovation in Eastern Nigeria: Success and Failure of Agricultural Programs in 71 Villages of Eastern Nigeria.|
A report describing the demographic, cultural and socio-psychological characteristics of 71 villages in eastern Nigeria which influenced their adoption or rejection of a number of agricultural innovations introduced.
|143||Interviewer Training Materials, 1973 Research.|
|144||Iowa State University. Audience Response to Four Educational Television Programs, by James Davis.|
A study of four educational television programs which required audience participation, to discover the possibilities within educational television.
|145||Jacobson, Eugene. An Approach to Measuring Communication Environments.|
|146||Jain, Navin C. Vertical Communication Accuracy and Interpersonal Trust in Formal Organization.|
|147||Jamias, Juan. The Effects of Belief System Styles on the Communication and Adoption of Farm Practice.|
A study of the adoption of agricultural innovations in the state of Michigan, to determine how a farmer's belief system style (as outlined by Rokeach) affected his acceptance of new ideas and practices from scientific institutions.
|148||Janis, Irving L., & Feshbach, Seymour. Effects of Fear-Arousing Communications.|
A classic experiment conducted at Harvard University, designed to study the effects of fear and anxiety in messages, and to determine whether different levels of fear and anxiety affect the persuasibility of messages.
|149||Jen, Tsang Kuo. International News Agencies and Foreign News Coverage.|
|150||Jen, Tsang Kuo. Meta-Research: A Promising Method for Communication Research?|
|151||Johnson, Arnold E. What? Who? Why? How?|
|152||Johnson, Ronald D. Psychological Type and Believability of Comparison Advertising.|
A study to determine whether selected psychological traits and sex affected perceptions of the believability of comparison advertising.
|153||Johnson, Sammy. A Comparison of Attitudes and Backgrounds of High School Journalists with High School Non-Journalists.|
|154||Joyce, Richard T. The Innovation-Decision Process Within Formal Organizations.|