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ALLEN, MIKE; EMMERS, TARA; GEBHARDT, LISA; and GIERY, MARY A. "Exposure to Pornography and Acceptance of Rape Myths." Journal of Communication 45, no. 1 (1995): 5–26.

ALSCHULER, A. "The Prosecutor's Role in Plea Bargaining." University of Chicago Law Review 36 (1968): 50–112.

BALL-ROKEACH, SANDRA J. "The Origins of Individual Media-System Dependency: A Sociological Framework." Communication Research 12, no. 4 (1985): 485–510.

BALL-ROKEACH, S. J., and DE FLEUR, L. B. "Media and Crime." In Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice. Edited by Sanford H. Kadish. New York: Macmillan, 1983. Pages 1021–1027.

BANDURA, ALBERT. "Social Cognitive Theory of Mass Communication." In Media Effects: Advances in Theory and Research. Edited by Jennings Bryant and Dolf Zillmann. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994.

BENNETT, W. LANCE. News: The Politics of Illusion, 3d ed. White Plains, N.Y.: Longman, 1996.

BERKOWITZ, L., and RAWLINGS, E. "Effects of Film Violence on Inhibitions Against Subsequent Aggression." Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 66 (1963): 405–412.

BOGART, LEO. Commercial Culture: The Media System and the Public Interest. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.

BRUSCHKE, JON, and LOGES, WILLIAM E. "The Relationship Between Pretrial Publicity and Trial Outcomes." Journal of Communication 49, no. 4 (1999): 104–120.

CARLSON, JAMES M. Prime Time Law Enforcement: Crime Show Viewing and Attitudes toward the Criminal Justice System. New York: Praeger, 1985.

CARROLL, J. S.; KERR, N. L.; ALFINI, J. J.; WEAVER, F. M.; MACCOUN, R. J.; and FELDMAN, V. "Free Press and Fair Trial: The Role of Behavioral Research." Law and Human Behavior 10 (1986): 187–201.

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DEXTER, H. R.; CUTLER, B. L.; and MORAN, G. "A Test of Voir Dire as a Remedy for the Prejudicial Effects of Pretrial Publicity." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 22 (1992): 819–832.

DIXON, TRAVIS L. Overrepresentation and Underrepresentation of Blacks and Latinos as Lawbreakers on Television News. Paper presented at the Meeting of the International Communication Association, Jerusalem, Israel (July, 1998).

DIXON, TRAVIS L., and LINZ, DANIEL. "Television News, Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity, and the Depiction of Race." Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, Calif., 1999.

ENTMAN, ROBERT M. "Framing: Toward Clarification of a Fractured Paradigm." Journal of Communication 43, no. 4 (1993): 51–58.

——. "Representation and Reality in the Portrayal of Blacks on Network Television News." Journalism Quarterly 71 (1994): 509–520.

GERBNER, GEORGE; GROSS, LARRY; MORGAN, MICHAEL; and SIGNORIELLI, NANCY. "Growing Up With Television: The Cultivation Perspective." In Perspectives on Media Effects. Edited by Jennings Bryant and Dolf Zillmann. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1994.

GRABER, DORIS. Processing the News: How People Tame the Information Tide, 2d ed. New York: Longman, 1988.

GREENE, E. L., and WADE, R. "Of Private Talk and Public Print: General Pretrial Publicity and Juror Decision-Making." Applied Cognitive Psychology 1 (1988): 1–13.

GROSSMAN, DAVE. "We Are Training Our Kids to Kill." Saturday Evening Post, July–August 1999, pp. 64–72.

HEAROLD, SUSAN. "A Synthesis of 1043 Effects of Television on Social Behavior." Public Communication and Behavior 1 (1986): 65–134.

HOGBEN, MATTHEW. "Factors Moderating the Effect of Televised Aggression on Viewer Behavior." Communication Research 25, no. 2 (1998): 220–247.

IMRICH, DOROTHY J.; MULLIN, CHARLES; and LINZ, DANIEL. "Measuring the Extent of Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity in Major American Newspapers: A Content Analysis." Journal of Communication 45, no. 3 (1995): 94–117.

JONES, J. B. "Prosecutors and the Disposition of Criminal Cases: An Analysis of Plea Bargaining Rates." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 69 (1978): 402–412.

KAHNEMAN, D., and TVERSKY, A. "Choice, Values, and Frames." American Psychologist 39 (1984): 341–350.

KERR, N. L.; KRAMER, G. P.; CARROLL, J. S.; and ALFINI, J. J. "On the Effectiveness of Voir Dire in Criminal Cases with Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity: An Empirical Study." The American University Law Review 40 (1991): 665–693.

KRAMER, G. P.; KERR, N. L.; and CARROLL, J. S. "Pretrial Publicity, Judicial Remedies, and Jury Bias." Law and Human Behavior 14 (1990): 409–438.

LINZ, DANIEL; DONNERSTEIN, EDWARD; and PENROD, STEVEN. "The Effects of Multiple Exposures to Filmed Violence Against Women." Journal of Communication 34, no. 3 (1984): 130–147.

MARES, MARIE-LOUISE. "The Role of Source Confusion in Television's Cultivation of Social Reality Judgments." Human Communication Research 23, no. 2 (1996): 278–297.

MCLEOD, DOUGLAS M.; EVELAND, WILLIAM P., JR.; and NATHANSON, AMY I. "Support for Censorship of Violent and Misogynic Rap Lyrics: An Analysis of the Third-Person Effect." Communication Research 24, no. 2 (1997): 153–174.

MCMANUS, JOHN. "A Market-Based Model of News Production." Communication Theory 5, no. 4 (1995): 301–338.

MORAN, G., and CUTLER, B. L. "The Prejudicial Impact of Pretrial Publicity." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 21 (1991): 345–367.

OGLOFF, J. R. P., and VIDMAR, N. "The Impact of Pretrial Publicity on Jurors: A Study to Compare the Relative Effects of Television and Print Media in a Child Sex Abuse Case." Law and Human Behavior 5 (1994): 507–525.

OTTO, A. L.; PENROD, S. D.; and DEXTER, H. R. "The Biasing Impact of Pretrial Publicity on Juror Judgments." Law and Human Behavior 18 (1994): 453–469.

PAIK, HAEJUNG, and COMSTOCK, GEORGE. "The Effects of Television Violence on Antisocial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis." Communication Research 21, no. 4 (1994): 516–546.

PHILLIPS, DAVID P. "The Found Experiment: A New Technique for Assessing the Impact of Mass Media Violence on Real-World Aggressive Behavior." Public Communication and Behavior 1 (1986): 259–307.

POTTER, W. JAMES, and WARREN, RON. "Considering Policies to Protect Children from TV Violence." Journal of Communication 46, no. 4 (1996): 116–138.

POTTER, W. JAMES; WARREN, RON; VAUGHAN, MISHA; HOWLEY, KEVIN; LAND, ART; and HAGEMEYER, JEREMY. "Antisocial Acts in Reality Programming on Television." Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 41, no. 1 (1997): 69–89.

PRITCHARD, DAVID. "Homicide and Bargained Justice: The Agenda-Setting Effect of Crime News on Prosecutors." Public Opinion Quarterly 50 (1986): 143–159.

PRITCHARD, DAVID; DILTS, PAUL; and BERKOWITZ, DAN. "Prosecutors' Use of External Agendas in Prosecuting Pornography Cases." Journalism Quarterly 64 (1985): 392–398.

PRITCHARD, DAVID, and HUGHES, KAREN D. "Patterns of Deviance in Crime News." Journal of Communication 47, no. 3 (1997): 49–67.

PUTNAM, R. D. "Tuning In, Tuning Out: The Strange Disappearance of Social Capital in America. The 1995 Ithiel de Sola Pool Lecture." Political Science and Politics 28 (1995): 664–683.

SALWEN, MICHAEL B., and DRISCOLL, PAUL D. "Consequences of Third-Person Perception in Support of Press Restrictions in the O.J. Simpson Trial." Journal of Communication 47, no. 2 (1997): 60–78.

SHAPIRO, ROBERT. "Secrets of a Celebrity Lawyer." Columbia Journalism Review 33, no. 3 (1994): 25–29.

SHRUM, L. J. "Assessing the Social Influence of Television: A Social Cognition Perspective on Cultivation Effects." Communication Research 22, no. 4 (1995): 402–429.

SNIDERMAN, P. M.; BRODY, R. A.; and TETLOCK, P. E. Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

THOMAS, M. H.; HORTON, R. W.; LIPPINCOTT, E. C.; and DRABMAN, R. S. "Desensitization to Portrayals of Real-Life Aggression as a Function of Exposure to Television Violence." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 35 (1977): 450–458.

VIDMAR, N., and MELNITZER, J. "Juror Prejudice: An Empirical Study of a Challenge for Cause." Osgoode Hall Law Journal 22 (1984): 487–511.

WINCH, SAMUEL P. Mapping the Cultural Space of Journalism: How Journalists Distinguish News from Entertainment. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1997.

ZILLMANN, DOLF; HOYT, J.; and DAY, K. "Strength and Duration of the Effect of Aggressive, Violent, and Erotic Communications on Subsequent Aggressive Behavior." Communication Research 1 (1974): 286–306.

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