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On Thursday, April 18, 2002, at 10:30 , Vincent Campbell wrote:
> problem of media effects is not that there aren't any, but that too many
> people think they know what they are, how they work, and how to achieve
> particular effects with particular strategies, and they all seem rather
> flawed in that assumption IMHO.
There's the nutshell.
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