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Articles from Communication Research Trends (December 1, 2012)

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Bardhan, Nilanjana and Weaver, C. Kay (eds.). Public Relations in Global Cultural Contexts: Multi-paradigmatic Perspectives. Wood, Jennifer F. Book review 1661
Esposito, John L. and Dalia Mogahed. Who Speaks for Islam? What a Billion Muslims Really Think. Book review 146
Hill, Annette. Paranormal Media: Audiences, Spirits, and Magic in Popular Culture. Way, Maria Book review 1923
Hjarvard, Stig and Mia Lovheim (eds.). Mediatization and Religion: Nordic Perspectives. Soukup, Paul A. Book review 1494
Jelincic, Daniela Angelina (ed.). Cultural Tourism Goes Virtual: Audience Development in Southeast European Countries. Book review 286
Krug, Gary. Communication, Technology, and Cultural Change. Book review 220
Lederman, Linda C. Book review 254
Lehmann, Niels, Lars Qvortrup, and Bo Kampmann Walther (Eds.). The Concept of the Network Society: Post-Ontological Reflections. Book review 236
McLuhan, Eric and Marshall McLuhan. Theories of Communication. Soukup, Paul A. Book review 733
O'Donnell, Victoria. Television Criticism. Book review 261
Perez, Miguel A. and Raffy R. Luquis (Eds.) Cultural Competence in Health Education and Health Promotion. Brief article 255
Pungente, John, S.J., and Monty Williams, S.J. with foreword by John English, S.J.: Finding God in the Dark II: Taking the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius to the Movies. Way, Maria Book review 977
Questions of identity: editor's introduction. Editorial 696
Rothenbuhler, Eric and Mihai Coman (Eds.). Media Anthropology. Book review 211
Shattle, Hans. Globalization and Citizenship. McAnany, Emile Book review 1121
Stout, Daniel A.: Media and Religion: Foundations of an Emerging Field. Cohen, Yoel Book review 1008
Stromback, Jesper, Mark 0rsten, and Toril Aalberg. Book review 367
Walter J. Ong, S.J., as an American Catholic thinker: on the occasion of the Ong Centenary Year. Farrell, Thomas J. 4941
Youth and new media: studying identity and meaning in an evolving media environment. Zemmels, David R. Report 13161

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