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The Media and Technology section of this collection of conference presentations contains the following 13 papers: "The 'Talking Newspaper': The Technical Virtuosity and Monologic Modality of Audiotex(t)" (George Albert Gladney); "An Historic Opportunity?: Communication Research in the Design of Communication Interfaces and Systems" (Frank Biocca); "Moral Rights, New Technology, and Motion Pictures: A Dualistic Policy Proposal" (David J. Schaefer); "Computer Literacy, Technology Use and Compact Disc-Interactive: An Exploratory Study" (David Kamerer and Barton K. Wilcox); "Telecommunications Regulation: From Natural Monopoly to Open Network Architecture" (William J. Leonhirth); "Constitutional and Common Law Informational Privacy: Proposing a 'Reasonable Needs' Approach for New Technologies" (Laurie Thomas Lee); "The Use of Key-Capture and Pausal Methodology to Examine the Individual Journalistic Ethical Decision-Making Process" (Terri Catlett and Byron T. Scott); "'Colorizing' HDTV: Is Consumer Adoption of Color Television an Appropriate Comparison for Acceptance of High-Definition Television?" (Nancy C. Cornwell and others); "Fight for the Future: Congress, the Brooks Bill and the Baby Bells" (Jane B. Singer); "The Diffusion of Information on Assistive Technology Internationally to People with Disabilities" (Michael R. Smith); "The Effects of Specific Knowledge of Digital Image Manipulation Capabilities and Newspaper Context on the Believability of News Photographs" (James D. Kelly and Diona Nace); "Patterns of Computer Use in Newspaper Newsrooms: A National Study of U.S. Dailies" (Brian S. Brooks and Tai-en Yang); and "Computer Bulletin Board Systems and the First Amendment: The Common Carrier Solution" (Jennifer R. Dowd and Dale A. Herbeck). (RS)

Descriptors: Communication Research, Computer Literacy, Computers, Constitutional Law, Copyrights, Disabilities, Electronic Mail, Federal Regulation, Films, Mass Media, Media Research, Photojournalism, Technology











Autor: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

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