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Kultivierungshypothese / Cultivation Hypothesis

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Herausgeber: Prof. Dr. Hans J. Wulff, Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, Institut für NDL und Medien, Leibnizstr. 8, D-24098 Kiel.

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Kultivierungshypothese

Eine Bibliographie

Zusammengestellt von

Hans J. Wulff

Armstrong, G. Blake / Neuendorf, Kimberly A. (1992) TV Entertainment, News, and Racial Perceptions of College Students. In: Journal of Communication 42,3, pp. 153-176.

Atkin, Charles K. / Greenberg, Bradley S. Greenberg / McDermott, Steven (1983) Television and Race Role Socialization. In: Journalism Quarterly 60,3, pp. 407-414.

Baker, R. / Ball, S.J. (1969) The television world of violence. In their Violence and the media. A staff report to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, pp. 311-339.

Barth, Bertram (1988) Fernsehnutzung und Realitätswahrnehmung: Zur Überprüfung der Kultivierungshypothese. In: Rundfunk und Fernsehen, 1, pp. 67-79.

Batmaz, V.M. (1987) Television and Achievement in Morocco. In: G. Kagitaibasi (ed.), Cross-Cultural Psychology Conference. Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 356-365.

Berman, David R. / Stookey, John A. (1980) Adolescents, Television, and Support for Government. In: Public Opinion Quarterly 44,3, pp. 330-340.

Blank, D.M. (1977) The Gerbner violence profile. In: Journal of Broadcasting 21,3, pp. 273-279.

  • Critique.
  • Response: Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Eleey, Michael / Jackson-Beeck, Mariyln / Jeffries-Fox Suzanne / Signorielli, Nancy (1977) The Gerbner Violence Profile -- An Analysis of the CBS Report. In: Journal of Broadcasting 21,3, 1977, 280-286.
  • Response: Blank, David M. (1977) Final Comments on the Violence Profile. In: Journal of Broadcasting 21,3, 1977, pp. 287-296.
  • Response: Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Eleey, Michael / Jackson-Beeck, Marilyn / Jeffries-Fox, Suzanne / Signorielli, Nancy (1977) One More Time: An Analysis of the CBS 'Final Comments of the Violence Profile.' In: Journal of Broadcasting 21,3, 1977, pp. 297-303.

Boemer, Marilyn Lawrence (1984) An Analysis of the Violence Content of the Radio Thriller Dramas -- and Some Comparison with Television. In: Journal of Broadcasting 28,3, pp. 341-353.

Bonfadelli, Heinz (1983) Der Einfluß des Fernsehens auf die Konstruktion der sozialen Realität: Befunde aus der Schweiz zur Kultivierungshypothese. In: Rundfunk und Fernsehen 31, pp. 415-430.

Bosompra, Kwadwo (1993) Television, Sexual Behavior, and Attitudes Towards AIDS: A Study in Cultivation Analysis. In: Africa Media Review 7,3, pp. 35-62.

Bouwman, Harry (1982) "Cultural indicators": Die Gerbnersche Konzeption der 'Message System Analysis' und erste empirische Befunde aus den Niederlanden. In: Rundfunk und Fernsehen 30,3, pp. 341-354.

Bouwman, Harry (1983) Een antwoord vanuit het Cultural Indicator perspectief. In: Massacommunicatie 11,2, pp. 68-74.

Bouwman, Harry (1984) Cultivation Analysis: The Dutch Case. In: Melischek/Rosengren/Stappers 1984, pp. 407-422.

Bouwman, Harry (1987) Televisie Als Cultuur-Schepper. Amsterdam: VU Uitgeverij.

Bouwman, Harry / Nelissen, P. / Meier, U. (1987) Culturele Indicatoren 1980-1985. Massacommunicatie 15,1, pp. 18-35.

Bouwman, Harry / Signorielli, Nancy (1985) A Comparison of American and Dutch Programming. In: Gazette 35, pp. 93-108.

Bouwman, Harry / Stappers, James (1984) The Dutch Violence Profile: A Replication of Gerbner's Message System Analysis. In: Melischek/Rosengren/Stappers 1984, pp. 113-128.

Bryant, Jennings (1986) The Road Most Traveled: Yet Another Cultivation Critique. In: Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 30,2, pp. 231-235.

Bryant, Jennings / Carveth, Rodney A. / Brown, Dan (1981) Television Viewing and Anxiety: An Experimental Examination. In: Journal of Communication 31,1, pp. 106-119.

Buerkel-Rothfuss, Nancy L. / Greenberg, Bradley S. / Atkin, Charles K. / Neuendorf, Kimberly (1982) Learning about the family from television. In: Journal of Communication 32,3, pp. 191-201.

  • Die Ergebnisse deuten an, daß Kinder, die regelmäßig Familienserien anschauen, glauben, daß Familien im realen Leben Hilfe und Aufmerksamkeit für ihre Mitglieder aufbringen.

Buerkel-Rothfuss, Nancy L. / Mayes, Sandra (1981) Soap opera viewing and the cultivation effect. In: Journal of Communication 31,3, pp. 108-115.

Burdach, Konrad J. (1981) Methodische Probleme der Vielseherforschung aus psychologischer Sicht: Zur Kontroverse Gerbner/Hirsch. In: Fernsehen und Bildung 15, pp. 99-113.

Burdach, Konrad J. (1984) Methodologische Probleme der formativen Fernsehforschung. In: Meyer 1984, pp. 295-317

Burdach, Konrad J. (1987) Violence Profile und Kultivierungshypothese: Die Vielseherforschung George Gerbners. In: Medienwirkungsforschung. Hrsg. v. Michael Schenk. Tübingen, pp. 344-365.

Buss, Michael (1983) Die Vielseher. [...] Phil. Diss. Hohenheim.

  • Die Vielseher. Fernseh-Zuschauerforschung in Deutschland. Theorie, Praxis, Ergebnisse. Frankfurt: Metzner 1985 (Schriftenreihe Media-Perspektiven. 4.).

Buss, Michael (1985) Vielseher und Fernsehmuffel. In: Media Perspektiven, 5.

Canino, Glorisa J. / Bravo, Milagros / Rodriguez, Juana M. / Rubio, Maritza (1985) Analisis De Contenido De La Television En Puerto Rico: Violencia, Sexo Y Salud. In: Homines 9,1, pp. 8-30.

Carlson, James M. (1983) Crime Show Viewing by Preadults: The Impact on Attitudes Toward Civil Liberties. In: Communication Research 10,4, pp. 529-552.

Carlson, James M. (1985) Prime Time Law Enforcement: Crime Show Viewing and Attitudes Toward the Criminal Justice System. New York: Praeger.

Carveth, Rodney Andrew (1985) Soap opera viewing and social reality: Exploring the effects of Love in the Afternoon. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Massachusetts.

  • Zur Kultivationsthese. Sexualität in Soap Operas.

Carveth, Rodney Andrew / Alexander, Alison (1985) Soap opera viewing motivations and the cultivation process. In: Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 3, pp. 259-273.

Choi, J.H. / Tamborini, R. (1988) Communication-acculturation and the Cultivation Hypothesis: A Comparative Study between Two Korean Communities in the US. In: Howard Journal of Communication 1,1, pp. 57-74.

Closepet, Ramesh / Tsui, Lai-Si (1992) Interview with Professor George Gerbner. In: Media Development 34,1, pp. 42-45.

Coffin, Thomas E. / Tuchman, Sam (1972) Rating Television Programs for Violence: A Comparison of Five Surveys. In: Journal of Broadcasting, 1972-73, 17,1, pp. 3-20.

  • Response: Eleey, Michael, George Gerbner, and Nancy (Tedesco) Signorielli (1972) Apples, Oranges, and the Kitchen Sink: An Analysis and Guide to the Comparison of 'Violence Ratings.' In: Journal of Broadcasting, 1972-73, 17,1, pp. 21-31.
  • Response: Coffin, Thomas E. / Tuchman, Sam (1972) A Question of Validity. Some Comments on 'Apples, Oranges, and the Kitchen Sink.' In: Journal of Broadcasting, 1972-73, 17(1), 31-33.
  • Response: Eleey, Michael / Gerbner, George / Signorielli, Nancy (Tedesco) (1972) Validity Indeed! In: Journal of Broadcasting, 1972-73, 17,1, pp. 34-35.

Comstock, George (1982) Violence in Television Content: An Overview. In: Television and Behavior: Ten Years of Scientific Progress and Implications for the 80's. 2. Technical Reviews. Ed. by D. Pearl, L. Bouthilet, & J. Lazar. Rockville, MD: National Institute of Mental Health, pp. 108-125.

Cook, Thomas D. / Kendrzierski, Deborah A. / Thomas, Stephen V. (1983) The Implicit Assumptions of Television Research: An Analysis of the 1982 NIMH Report on Television and Behavior. In: Public Opinion Quarterly 47,2, pp. 161-201.

Daddario, Gina / Kang, Jong Guen / Morgan, Michael / Wu, Yi-Kuo (1988) Les Programmes Americains de Television et Le Transformations Culturelles en Coree et a Taiwan ["U.S. TV Programs and Cultural Transformations in Korea and Taiwan."] In: Tiers-Monde 3, pp. 65-74.

Deetjen, Gottfried (1986) Kulturelle Indikatoren in den Medien. Entwicklung und Anwendung eines inhaltsanalytischen Verfahrens zu ihrer Messung. Frankfurt [...]: Peter Lang, 126 pp. (Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe 40, Kommunikationswissenschaft und Publizistik. 2.).

Dobrow, Julia R. (1990) Patterns of Viewing and VCR Use: Implications for Cultivation Analysis. In: Signorielli/Morgan 1990, pp. 71-84.

Doob, Anthony N. / MacDonald, Glenn E. (1979) Television Viewing and Fear of Victimization: Is the Relationship Causal? In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 37,2, pp. 170-179.

Elliott, William R. / Slater, Dan (1980) Exposure, Experience, and Perceived TV Reality for Adolescents. In: Journalism Quarterly 57,3, pp. 409-414, 431.

Forbes, Norma (1984) Television's Effects on Rural Alaska: Summary of Final Report. Fairbanks, Alaska: Center for Cross-Cultural Studies, University of Alaska, March 1984.

Fox, William S. / Philliber, William W. (1978) Television Viewing and the Perception of Affluence. In: Sociological Quarterly 19,1, pp. 103-112.

Früh, Werner (1994) Realitätsvermittlung durch Massenmedien: Die permanente Transformation der Wirklichkeit. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag.

  • Fetter 450 S.-Wälzer über einer aufwendiges Forschungsprojekt, wie Medieninformationen zum Bestandteil unseres Weltwissens werden. Mit gutem Überblick zur Forschungsliteratur

Funkhouser, G.R. / Shaw, E.F. (1990) How synthetic experience shapes social reality. In: Journal of Communication 40,2, pp. 75-87.

Gaddy, Gary D. (1986) Television's Impact on High School Achievement. In: Public Opinion Quarterly 50, pp. 340-359.

Garofalo, James (1981) Crime and the Mass Media: A Selective Review of Research. In: Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 18, July 1981, pp. 319-350.

Gerbner, George (1969) Toward "cultural indicators": The analysis of mass-mediated public message systems. In: AV Communication Review 17, 1969, pp. 137-148.

  • Also in G. Gerbner / O.R. Holsti / K. Krippendorff / W.J. Paisley / P.J. Stone (eds.), The Analysis of Commmunication Content: Developments in Scientific Theories and Computer Techniques. New York: John Wiley 1969, pp. 123-132.

Gerbner, George (1969) Dimensions of Violence in Television Drama. In: R.K. Baker & S.J. Ball (eds.), Violence in the Media. Ed. by R.K. Baker & S.J. Ball. Staff Report to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 311-340.

Gerbner, George (1970) Cultural Indicators: The Case of Violence in Television Drama. In: The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 388, March 1970, pp. 69-81.

Gerbner, George (1972) Communication and Social Environment. In: Scientific American 227,3, pp. 152-160.

  • Reprinted in Communication: A Scientific American Book. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman & Company, 1972, pp. 111-118.

Gerbner, George (1972) Violence and Television Drama: Trends and Symbolic Functions. In: Television and Social Behavior.1. Content and Control. Ed. by G.A. Comstock & E. Rubinstein Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, pp. 28-187.

Gerbner, George (1972) The Violence Profile: Some Indicators of Trends in and the Symbolic Structure of Network Television Drama 1967-1971. In: Surgeon General's Report by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Television and Social Behavior, Appendix A. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, pp. 453-526 (Hearings before the Subcommittee on Communications of the Committee on Commerce, U.S. Senate, Serial No. 92-52.).

Gerbner, George (1973) Cultural Indicators: The Third Voice. In: Communications Technology and Social Policy. Ed. by George Gerbner, Larry Gross, and William H. Melody. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 555-573.

Gerbner, George (1975) Scenario for Violence.In: Human Behavior, October 1975, pp. 91-96.

  • Also in: American Mass Media: Industry and Issues. Ed. by R. Atwin, B. Orton, & W. Vesterman. New York: Random House, 1978, pp. 102-107.

Gerbner, George (1977) Comparative Cultural Indicators." In: Mass Media Policies in Changing Cultures. Ed. by George Gerbner. New York: John Wiley, pp. 199-205

Gerbner, George (1977) The Real Threat of Television Violence. In: TV Book: The Ultimate Television Book. Ed. by J. Fireman. New York: Workman Publishing Company, pp. 358-359.

Gerbner, George (1977) Television: The New State Religion? In: et cetera, 34,2, pp. 145-150.

Gerbner, George (1978) The dynamics of cultural resistence. In: Heart and home. Images of women in the mass media. Ed. by G. Tuchman, A.K. Danials & J. Benet. New York: Oxford UP, pp. 46-50.

Gerbner, George (1980) Children and Power on Television: The Other Side of the Picture. In: Child Abuse: An Agenda for Action. Ed. by. George Gerbner, C.J. Ross, & E. Zigler. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 239-248.

Gerbner, George (1980) Death in Prime-Time: Notes on the Symbolic Functions of Dying in the Mass Media. In: The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, No. 447, pp. 64-70.

Gerbner, George (1981) Television As Religion. In: Media & Values 17, pp. 17, pp. 1-3.

Gerbner, George (1983) The importance of being critical: In one's own fashion. In: Journal of Communication, 1983.

Gerbner, George (1984) The Mainstreaming of America: Television Makes Strange Bedfellows. In: TV Guide, October 20, pp. 20-23.

Gerbner, George (1984) Political Functions of Television Viewing: A Cultivation Analysis. In: Cultural Indicators: An International Symposium. Hrsg. v. G. Melischek, K.E. Rosengren, & J. Stappers. Vienna, Austria: Verlag der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 329-343.

Gerbner, George (1984) Science or ritual dance? A revisionist view of television violence effects research. In: Journal of Communication, Summer 1984.

Gerbner, George (1985) Le Colonialisme de la Television: Les Fonctions Symboliques de la Violence." In: TViolence: Actes du Colloque. Montreal: Association Nationale des Telespectateurs.

Gerbner, George (1985) Mass-media discourse: Message system analysis as a component of cultural indicators. In: Discourse and Communication. Ed. by Teun A. van Dijk. Berlin: Walter de Guyter, pp. 13-25.

Gerbner, George (1986) The Symbolic Context of Action and Communication. In: Contextualism and Understanding in Behavioral Science. Ed. by Ralph L. Rosnow & Marianthi Georgoudi. New York: Praeger.

Gerbner, George (1987) Science on Television: How It Affects Public Conceptions. In: Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 1987, pp. 109-115.

Gerbner, George (1987) The Electronic Church in American Culture. In: New Catholic World, May/June 1987, pp. 133-135.

Gerbner, George (1987) Television's Populist Brew: The Three Bs. In: et cetera, 44, Spring 1987, pp. 3-7.

Gerbner, George (1988) Violence and Terror in the Mass Media. Reports and Papers in Mass Communication, No. 102. Paris: Unesco.

Gerbner, George (1988) Television's Cultural Mainstream: Which Way Does It Run? In: Directions in Psychiatry 8,9. New York: Hatherleigh Co., Summer 1988.

Gerbner, George (1988) Telling Stories in the Information Age. In: Information and Behavior. Ed. by B.D. Rubin. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

Gerbner, George (1989) Cross-Cultural Communications Research in the Age of Telecommunications. In: Continuity and Change in Communications in Post-Industrial Society. 2. The World Community in Post-Industrial Society. Edited by Christian Academy. Seoul, Korea: Wooseok Publishing Company.

Gerbner, George (1990) Epilogue: Advancing on the path of righteousness (maybe). In: Signorielli/Morgon 1990, pp. 249-262.

Gerbner, George (1990) A New Environmental Movement in Communication and Culture. In: Media Development, April 1990.

Gerbner, George (1991) Führt Kanalfülle zu mehr Programmvielfalt? In: Media Perspektiven, 1, pp. 38-44.

Gerbner, George (1992) Violence and Terror In and By the Media. In: Media, Crisis and Democracy. Ed. by Marc Raboy & Bernard Dagenais. London: Sage.

Gerbner, George (1993) Violence in Cable-Originated Television Programs. Washington, DC: National Cable Television Association, January 1993.

Gerbner, George (1993) TV Violence in Context: Movies Produced for Television by the Turner Broadcasting System. University of Pennsylvania, March 1993.

Gerbner, George (1993) Women and Minorities in Television: Casting and Fate. A Report to the Screen Actors Guild & the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, June 1993. In K.E. Rosenblum & T. Travis (eds.), The Meaning of the Difference. New York: McGraw-Hill.

  • Gedr. auch als: Women and Minorities on TV. A Study in Casting and Fate. In: Media Development 41,2, 1994, pp. 38-44.

Gerbner, George (1994) Learning Productive Aging as a Social Role: The Lessons of Television. In: Achieving a Productive Aging Society. Ed. by S.A. Bass, F.G. Caro & Y. Chen. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.

Gerbner, George (1994) Television Violence: The Art of Asking the Wrong Question. In: The World & I, July 1994, pp. 385-397.

Gerbner, George (1994) Television Violence: The Power and the Peril. In: Gender, Race, and Class in Media: A Critical Text-Reader. Ed. by Gail Dines and Jean M. Humez. Newbury Park: Sage.

Gerbner, George / Connolly, Kathleen (1978) Television As New Religion. In: New Catholic World, March/April 1978, pp. 52-56.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry (1976a) Living with television: The violence profile. In: Journal of Communication 26,2, pp. 173-199.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry (1976b) The scary world of the TV's heavy viewer. In: Psychology Today 9, pp. 41-45.

  • Repr. in: Popular Culture: Mirror of American Life. Ed. by D.M. White & J. Pendleton. Del Mar, CA: Publishers, Inc., 1977, pp. 123-127.
  • Dt. in Fernsehen und Bildung 15,1-3, 1981, pp. 17-23.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry (1979) A reply to Newcomb's "Humanistic critique". In: Communication Research, 2, pp. 223-230.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry (1980) The violent face of television and its lessons. In: Children and the Faces of Television: Teaching, Violence, Selling. Ed. by E.L. Palmer & A. Dorr. New York: Academic Press, pp. 149-162.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Eleey, Michael F. / Jackson-Beeck, Marilyn / Jeffries-Fox, Suzanne / Signorielli, Nancy. (1977) TV Violence Profile No. 8: The Highlights. In: Journal of Communication 27,2, pp. 171-180.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Hoover, Stewart / Morgan, Michael /Signorielli, Nancy / Cotugno, Harry E. / Wuthnow, Robert (1984) Religion and Television. Philadelphia: The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Jackson-Beeck, Marilyn / Jeffries-Fox, Suzanne / Signorielli, Nancy (1978) Cultural Indicators: Violence Profile No. 9. In: Journal of Communication 28,3, pp. 176-207.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1980) The 'Mainstreaming' of America: Violence Profile No. 11. In: Journal of Communication 30,3, pp. 10-29.

  • Repr. [dt.] als "Mainstreaming in den USA. Violence Profile No. 11" in: Fernsehen und Bildung 15,1-3, 1981, 33-42.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1980) Media and the Family: Images and Impact. Paper for the National Research Forum on Family Issues, White House Conference on Families, April 1980.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1980) Violence Profile No. 11: Trends in Network Television Drama and Viewer Conceptions of Social Reality 1967-1979. Philadelphia: The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, April 1980.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1980) Aging with television: Images on television drama and conceptions of social reality. In: Journal of Communication 30,1, pp. 37-47.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1980) Television Violence, Victimization and Power. In: American Behavioral Scientist 23,5, pp. 705-716.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1981) Aging With Television Commercials: Images on Television Commercials and Dramatic Programming, 1977-1979. Philadelphia: The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, June 1981.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1981) Health and Medicine on Television. In: The New England Journal of Medicine, 305,15, pp. 901-904.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1981) Scientists on the TV Screen. In: Society, May/June, pp. 41-44.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1982) Charting the mainstream: Television's contributions to political orientations. In: Journal of Communication 32,1, 1982, pp. 100-127.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1982) What Television Teaches About Physicians and Health. In: Mobius: A Journal for Continuing Education Professionals in Health Sciences, 2,2, pp. 44-51.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1984) Facts, Fantasies and Schools. In: Society 21,6, pp. 9-13.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1984) Gratuitous Violence and Exploitive Sex: What are the Lessons? Violence Profile No. 13. Statement for the of the National Council of Churches hearing (New York). September 21, 1984.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1984) Political Correlates of Television Viewing. In: Public Opinion Quarterly 48,1, pp. 283-300.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1985) Television Entertainment and Viewers' Conceptions of Science. Research Report to the National Science Foundation, The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, July 1985.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1986) Living With Television: The Dynamics of the ultivation Process. In: Perspectives on Media Effects. Ed. by Jennings Bryant and Dolf Zillman. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 17-40.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1986) Television's Mean World: Violence Profile No. 14-15. The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, September 1986.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1994) Growing up with television: The cultivation perspective. In: Media effects: Advances in theory and research. Ed. by J. Bryant & Dolf Zillmann. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp. 17-42.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy / Cotugno, Harry E. / Wuthnow, Robert (1984) The Impact of the 'Electronic Church' On the Local Church. In: Ministries, Fall 1984, pp. 58-62.

Gerbner, George / Gross, Larry / Signorielli, Nancy / Morgan, Michael / Jackson-Beeck, Marilyn (1980) The Demonstration of Power: Violence Profile No. 10. In: Journal of Communication 29,3, pp. 177-196.

  • Reprinted in: Mass Communication Review Yearbook. 1. Ed. by G. Cleveland Wilhoit and Harold de Bock. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, Inc. 1980, pp. 403-422.

Gerbner, George / Morgan, Michael / Signorielli, Nancy (1982) Programming Health Portrayals: What Viewers See, Say and Do. In: Television and Behavior: Ten Years of Scientific Progress and Implications for the 80's. 2. Technical Reviews. Ed. by D. Pearl, L. Bouthilet, & J. Lazar. Rockville, MD: National Institute of Mental Health, pp. 291-307.

Gerbner, George / Signorielli, Nancy (1978) The World of Television News. In: Television News Archives: Issues in Content Research. Ed. by W. Adams & F. Schriebman. Washington, DC: George Washington University, pp. 189-196.

Gerbner, George / Signorielli, Nancy (1979) Women and Minorities in Television Drama, 1969-1978. Philadelphia: The Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, October 1979.

Gerbner, George / Signorielli, Nancy (1982) The World According to Television. In: American Demographics 4,9, pp. 15-17.

Gerbner, George [et alii] (1978b) Über die Ängstlichkeit von Vielsehern. In: Fernsehen und Bildung, 12, 1978, pp. 48-58.

Gerbner, George [et alii] (1980a) Die angsterregende Welt des Vielsehers. In: Fernsehen und Bildung 14,1-3, 1981, pp. 16-42.

Gerbner, George [et alii] (1981a) A curious journey into the scary world of Paul Hirsch. In: Communication Research, 1, pp. 39-71.

* Eine wunderliche Reise in die angsterregende Welt des Paul Hirsch. In: Fernsehen und Bildung 15,1-3, 1981, pp. 80-98.

Gerbner, George [et alii] (1981b) Final reply to Hirsch. In: Communication Research, 3, pp. 259-280.

Gerbner, George [et alii] (1982) Charting the mainstream: Television's contribution to political orientation. In: Journal of Communication 32.

Gleich, Uli (1996) Kultivierung durch Fernsehen? Wirklichkeitsdarstellung und ihr Einfluß auf die Zuschauer. In: Media Perspektiven, 4, pp. 224-228.

Goff, David H. / Goff, Lynda Dysart / Lehrer, Sara Kay (1980) Sex-Role Portrayals zf Selected Female Television Characters. In: Journal of Broadcasting 24,4, pp. 467-478.

Groebel, Jo [= Franz-Josef] (1981a) Fernsehen und Angst. Phil. Diss. Aachen, Technische Hoschschule, 236 pp.

Groebel, Jo [= Franz-Josef] (1981b) Vielseher und Angst. Theoretische Überlegungen und einige Längsschnittergebnisse. In: Fernsehen und Bildung 15,1-3, pp. 114-136.

Groebel, Jo / Krebs, Dagmar (1983) A study of the effects of television on anxiety. In: Series in Clinical and Community Psychology 2, pp. 89-98.

  • Auch in: Cross-Cultural Anxiety. 2. Ed. by Charles D. Spielberger and Rogelio Diaz-Guerrero. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982.

Gross, Larry (1974) The Real World of Television. In: Today's Education 63,1, pp. 86-92.

Gross, Larry (1977) How True is Television's Image? In: Getting the Message Across. Paris: The UNESCO Press, pp. 23-51.

Gross, Larry (1977) Television as a Trojan Horse. In: School Media Quarterly, 5,3, pp. 175-180.

Gross, Larry (1979) Television and Violence." In: Television Awareness Training. Ed. by Ben Logan and Kate Moody. New York: Media Action Research Center, pp. 19-23.

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