Institute for Journalism, Media & Communication Studies

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Social Sciences

cable communication
natural disaster
air pollution
social media
Japan
government policy
consciousness
website
disaster
interaction
ranking
experience
public opinion
functionality
threat
broadcasting
network analysis
Canada
methodology
content analysis
industry
semantics
market
risk communication
Values
Internet
communication
cognitive theory
China
path analysis
moderator
communications
experiment
heuristics
appeal
interpretation
participation

Earth & Environmental Sciences

television
cable
earthquake
disaster
risk perception
natural hazard
communication
social theory
penetration
government policy
decision
market
industry
methodology
prediction
public opinion
effect
modeling

Business & Economics

Japan
Consciousness
Disaster
Earthquake
Government policy
Cable
Cable television
Agenda setting
Social media
Process model
Public opinion
Predictive power
Interrelationship
Efficacy
Threat
Ranking