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    Cultural Proximity in TV Entertainment: An Eight-Country Study on the Relationship of Nationality and the Evaluation of U.S. Prime-Time Fiction.Sabine Trepte - 2008 - Communications 33 (1):1-25.
    In previous research, cultural proximity has been operationalized by ‘hard facts’ such as geographical distance, the exchange of goods or persons and the similarity of political systems. This article will try to complement current work in the field by suggesting a new operationalization derived from Hofstede's cultural dimensions. A survey was conducted in eight countries with a student sample to find out if international audiences which resemble each other in terms of Hofstede's cultural dimensions have similar attitudes towards U.S. prime-time (...)
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    Opinion Leaders – Do They Know More Than Others About Their Area of Interest?Helmut Scherer & Sabine Trepte - 2010 - Communications 35 (2):119-140.
    The knowledge of opinion leaders to a certain extent has always been taken for granted by communication scholars. This article investigates what opinion leaders really know. Two studies will be presented to answer the above question. Participants of the first study were assessed according to ratings on three scales of opinion leadership, personality strength and political knowledge. In the second study, respondents were assessed according to ratings of opinion leadership and political knowledge. In both studies, it was found that opinion (...)
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    Personal Digital Assistants - Patterns of User Gratifications.Miriam Becker, Nabil Ranné & Sabine Trepte - 2003 - Communications 28 (4):457-473.
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