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Introduction: The benefits of a multidisciplinary approach in communication law / Amy Reynolds, Brooke Barnett I. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES AND APPROACHES Charting the future of interdisciplinary scholarship in communication and law / Jeremy Cohen, Timothy Gleason Method in our madness: legal methodology in communications law research / Fred H. Cate Social science research in judges' first amendment decisions / Anthony L. Fargo A new paradigm for legal research / David Pritchard The intersection of legal practice and social science on the issue of pretrial publicity / Jon Bruschke Pornographic knowledge, the law, and social science / Robert Jensen Creating meaning, creating citizens: the U.S. Supreme Court and the control of meaning in the public sphere / David S. Allen Information and socioeconomic class in U.S. Constitutional Law / Sandra Braman II. MULTIDISCIPLINARY METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES Merging legal research and the practices of social science: comparing state access laws / Bill F. Chamberlin. [et al.] Blacks in the news: television, modern racism, and cultural change / Robert M. Entman The effects of dehumanizing depictions of race in TV news stories / Glenn Leshner Word-picture juxtaposition, schemata, and defamation in television news / Tom Grimes, Robert Drechsel The stories they couldn't tell: how journalists use public record databases / Brooke Barnett The impact of Walker's Appeal on northen and southern conceptions of free speech in the nineteenth century / Amy Reynolds The people and the cable guy: federally empowered public interest standards / Constance Ledoux Book Utilizing mass media advertising for legal notice in class action lawsuits / Michael Hoefges, Kent Lancaster.