Researcher's Response To Replication Requests

Wimmer, Roger D.; Reid, Leonard N.
June 1982
Journalism Quarterly;Summer82, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p317
Academic Journal
Looks into replication in communication research in the U.S. Scarcity of journal space available to include all methodological details of a topic; Inclusion of a footnote that indicates where additional information about a study can be obtained; Identification of the six leading communication journals selected for the analysis.


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