Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2011-Aug-10 to 2011-Aug-14

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"A Keg of Dynamite and You're Sitting On It": An Analysis of the Ad Council's Atomic Energy Campaign
 Melillo, Wendy.

"Below The Yellow Line": Competitor Discourse on NBC's "The Biggest Losrer"
 Dunning, Eric., Alsip, Mary Katherine. and Bissell, Kim.
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"Blurring" and "Tarnishment": How Federal Courts Have Applied the 2006 Trademark Dilution Revision Act Standards.
 Coche, Roxane.

"Mexicans, Indians and the Worst Kind of White Men": Bayard Taylor's Construction of Mexican Identity
 Fuhlhage, Michael.

"Race Conference Meets In Atlanta": Public Relations for the NAACP's First Conference in the South, 1920
 Hill, Denise.

"They never do this to men": College women athletes' responses to sexualized images of professional female athletes
 Everbach, Tracy. and Mumah, Jenny.
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"Vicious assault shakes Texas town:" The politics of gender violence in The New York Times' coverage of a schoolgirl's gang rape
 Durham, Meenakshi.
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"Woman at the Wheel" Column Challenges Detroit's Notion of the Female Car Buyer, 1965-1982
 Gerl, Ellen. and Davis, Craig.

#Forward!: Twitter as Citizen Journalism in the Wisconsin Labor Protests
 Veenstra, Aaron., Iyer, Narayanan., Bansal, Namrata., Hossain, Mohammad., Park, Jiwoo. and Hong, Jiachun.
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2D or 3D? The Effects on Viewers’ Sense of Presence and Enjoyment
 Zhang, Cui., Zhou, Shuhua. and Meadows, Charles.
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‘This Shot Can Save Your Life!’ (Or Can It?): Framing of the HPV Vaccine in Teen, Parenting, and Women’s Magazines
 Lepre, Carolyn.
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“If I’ve Lost Cronkite…”: Myth and Memory of Walter Cronkite, Lyndon Johnson, and the Vietnam War
 Burns, Lisa.
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“It’s better than blaming a dead young man:” Creating mythical archetypes in local coverage of the Mississippi River drownings
 Salkin, Erica. and Gutsche Jr, Robert.

“Our TV show”: Legitimacy, Public Relations and J. Edgar Hoover’s “The F.B.I.” on ABC-TV
 Cecil, Matthew.
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“The Other Hangover”: A Case Study in Implementing and Evaluating an Anti-Binge Drinking Advertising Campaign
 Gilkerson, Nathan., Gross, Michelle. and Ahneman, Andrea.

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A Comparative Analysis of Coverage of the 2008 Mumbai Attacks in The New York Times and The Times of India
 Lance, Elizabeth.

A Conceptualization and Operationalization of Receiver-Based Uncertainty Generated from Mass Media
 Landreville, Kristen.

A False Start, a Heavy Burden and Hugs: A Study of the Female “Firsts” in Newspaper Management
 Voss, Kimberly. and Speere, Lance.

A Free Bonus in the Internet: Incidental News-Exposure Effects on Political Knowledge, Online and Offline Participation
 Yoo, Sung Woo., Kim, Yonghwan. and Gil de Zuniga, Homero.

A Little World in My Hand —The Use of Smartphones Among Low Income Minority Women
 Liu, xun. and Zhang, Ying.

A Matter of Life and Death? Examining the Quality of Newspaper Coverage on the Newspaper Crisis
 Chyi, H. Iris., Lewis, Seth. and Zheng, Nan.
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A Not-So-Modest Proposal: Advancing a Research Agenda for Studying Central Asia Mass Media
 Freedman, Eric.
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A Path Made of Words: The Journalistic Construction of the Appalachian Trail
 Kates, James.
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A Pulitzer up North, a Libel Suit down South: Southern Editors' Civil Rights Writings, 1954-1968
 Edmondson, Aimee.

A Qualitative Analysis of How and Why People Use Social Network Sites: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Korea and the U.S.
 Yoo, Jinnie.
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A Study of the Urbanization of News Content
 Carey, Michael Clay.

A Textual Analysis of the influence of McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission in cases involving anonymous online commenters
 McNealy, Jasmine.

A case for survey based case studies: Considerations of generalizability and theory
 Walden, Justin.

A new community journalism? The Deseret News’ shift toward Gemeinschaft and a values-centered audience
 Johnson, Richard G.. and Randle, Quint.

Ad Claim Accountability: Examining News Coverage of Political Advertising in the 2008 Presidential Election
 Amazeen, Michelle.

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Back to the Future: Uses of History in Newspapers and Judicial Records on Marriage Equality
 Li, Anqi.
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Baseball’s digital disconnect: Trust, media credentialing, and the independent blogger
 Holton, Avery.

Beverly Hills Bullies and Gossiping Girls: The Portrayal of Bullying on Teen Television Dramas
 Walsh, Kimberly.

Beyond Uses and Gratifications: Towards A "Multiple Influences" Model of Media Use
 Carr, Bryan.

Blogging Wall Street on DealBook: A Content Analysis (2006-2010)
 Sheehy, Michael. and Ji, Hong.

Boys will be Boys: An Analysis of the Male Image in Advertising over the Past 60 Years
 Krauss, Katherine.

Brand Placement in the Mosaic Screen: How Placement, Animation, and Onset Timing Impact Viewer Attention
 Cummins, Glenn., Lellis, Jillian. and Meeds, Robert.

Breaking the News: Advertising Embedded in Local Television Broadcasts & Journalist Alienation
 Prewitt, Andrea.

Building Frames Link by Link: The Linking Practices of Blogs and News Sites
 Coddington, Mark.

Burned by the Spark: Tea Party Identity and News Media
 Lingle, Colin. and Di Cicco, Damon.

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Can Visual Complexity Impede Appreciation of Mediated Sports?
 Cummins, Glenn.

Candid conversations: A content analysis of the subjects of the Playboy Interview
 Carnifax, Ashley.

Case of the #UTShooter: Citizens working around, with, and for traditional news media
 Holton, Avery.

Channeling the Spirit of IMC: Analysis of the Context and Conditions that Underscore Integrated Marketing Communication
 Smith, Brian.

Children’s Prime-Time Food Commercials in China: A Content Analysis of National and Provincial TV Channels
 Wang, Xiaoduo. and Cheng, Hong.

Citizens’ Perceptions of Online Political Information Credibility
 Liu, Hsiao-Ying. and Kiousis, Spiro.

Clash of coverage: An analysis of the cultural framing components of U.S. newspaper reporting on the 2011 protests in Bahrain
 Hoewe, Jennifer. and Bowe, Brian J..
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Combining Product Placements and Spot Advertising: Forward Encoding, Backward Encoding, and Image Activation Effects
 Matthes, Joerg. and Horisberger, Florence.

Comic relief: Television choices in economic downturns
 Denard, Terri.

Communication Mediation Model of Late-Night Comedy
 Lee, Hoon.
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Communication and the D.C. Sniper: Toward a response typology for public safety crises
 Horsley, J Suzanne. and Brown, Kenon A..


Community Journalism in a Secret City: The Oak Ridge Journal, 1943-1948
 Carey, Michael Clay.

Community News along the Rural-Urban Continuum: Looking for News in All the Wrong Places?
 Hansen, Gary. and Hansen, Elizabeth.

Computer Mediated Social Support and the Effects of Expression: The Mediating Role of Perceived Bonding on Cancer Patients’ Coping Strategies
 Namkoong, Kang., Shah, Dhavan., McLaughlin, Bryan., Yoo, Woohyun., Kim, Sojung (Claire)., Hull, Shawnika., Moon, Tae Joon., Johnson, Courtney., Hawkins, Robert. and Gustafson, David.

Conflict Frames, Media Bias, and Power Distribution: Title IX as a Longitudinal Social-Movement Case
 Kaiser, Kent.

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Damsel in Electoral Distress: Gendered framing in cable news coverage of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign
 Cassidy, Kathryn.

Defamation on Today’s Internet: A Critical Assessment of Law and Self-Regulation on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
 Lashley, Mark.

Deliberation or Small Talk? Motivations for Public Discussion and their Effects on Civic Engagement
 Valenzuela, Sebastian., Jeong, Sun Ho. and Gil de Zuniga, Homero.
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Determining international news coverage in nonelite newspapers: How important are gatekeepers?
 Horvit, Beverly., Gade, Peter. and Lance, Elizabeth.

Developing News Photography: The Post-WWII Rise of Normative Photojournalism Instruction in Liberal Arts Journalism Education
 Paddock, Stanton.
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Direct-to-consumer prescription drug websites for stigmatized illnesses
 Kang, Hannah. and An, Soontae.
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Discourses about Distant Suffering and Benefactors on the Fox-Affiliated Teen Kids News Show
 Worsham, Anne Golden.

Distinctions in Covering BP Oil Spill Suggest a Maturing Press
 Lewis, Norman., Starr, Walter., Takata, Yukari. and Xie, Qinwei (Vivi).
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Documenting a De Facto Same-Sex Marriage: Tennessee Williams and Frank Merlo
 Streitmatter, Rodger.

Does Internet News Contribute to Make More Efficacious Citizens?: Role of Efficacy in Communication Mediation Model of Political Socialization
 Yang, JungHwan.

Does Prior Message Work to Promote Motivation for Serious Game Playing?
 Park, Eun Hae. and Soontae, An.

Does competition make a difference? An examination of the impact of the Apple Daily on three major newspapers in Taiwan
 Song, Chien-Yun. and Tu, Jia-Wei.
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Does c’ Test Help, Anytime? -- On Communication Fallacy of “Effect to Mediate”
 Zhao, XinShu., Chen, Qimei. and Tong, Bing.
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Don't Call Me That: Examining the Discourse the Precedes the Term "Mommy Blogger"
 Chen, Gina Masullo.

Drawing Lines in the Journalistic Sand: Jon Stewart, Edward R. Murrow and Memory of News Gone Bye
 Berkowitz, Dan. and Gutsche Jr, Robert.
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Educational Crusade or Product Masquerade? Exploring the Commercialization of Social Responsibility in America's Healthcare Industry
 Crosswell, Laura.
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Effects of Communication on Colorectal Cancer Screening: Revisited Health Belief Model
 Yoo, Woohyun. and Kwon, MinWoo.

Effects of Negative Exemplars of Celebrity Smoking on College Students’ Smoking
 Yoo, Woohyun. and Gunther, Albert.

Effects of Proximity on the Cognitive Processing of Environmental News
 Meadows, Charles., Zhang, Cui. and Zhou, Shuhua.

Effects of media type, news topic and celebrity type on use of media frames
 Liu, Jing.
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Elaboration, content preference and framing: Effects of “Incompetent Authority” frame in China-made product recall coverage
 Pan, Ji.
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Embed vs.Unilateral, 1904: Risks and Rewards in Coverage of the Russo-Japanese War
 Sweeney, Michael.

Ethical Attitudes of Male and Female Students Concerning Academics and Journalism
 Hornaday, Bill.

Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging in Journalism
 Leach, Jan. and Gilbert, Jeremy.
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Ethics and Wartime Self-Censorship: Precedents for a Utilitarian Model in the Digital Age
 Sweeney, Michael.

Everything is Not What It Seems: An Examination of Sitcom Sibling Interactions
 Bressler, Nancy.

Evolutionary Psychology, Social Emotions and Social Networking Sites -- An Integrative Model
 Suran, Sandra., Pettey, Gary., Bracken, Cheryl. and Whitbred, Robert.
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Examining Metaphors in Biopolitical Discourse
 Coleman, Cynthia-Lou. and Ritchie, L. David.
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Examining the Local Sections of Three South Florida Newspapers Before and After a Content-Sharing Agreement.
 Riley, Jeffrey.

Examining the relationships of smartphone ownership to use of both legacy and new media outlets for news
 Bentley, Clyde. and Fleming, Kenneth.

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Facebook and Twitter: How and Why Local Television News is Getting Social with Viewers
 Lysak, Suzanne., Cremedas, Michael. and Wolf, John.

Far from Home: How and why transnational audiences use mass media to visit homeland
 Ehmer, Emily.

Five antecedents of media effects: A model for comprehensive conceptualization of individual-level media effects
 Shevy, Mark.

Flying Dragon Seeking Freedom of Information: A Critique of Chinese OGI Regulations
 Tang, Yong. and Martin, Halstuk.
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Follow the Leaders: Newspaper Journalists’ Networks of Association on Twitter
 Heim, Kyle.

For Love or Money?: The Role of Non-Profits in Preserving Serious Journalism
 Donahue Brown, Emily.

Framing Airline Mergers in Newspapers: A Crash Course
 Craig, Clay. and Bichard, Shannon.

Framing Capital Crimes in Two Newspapers
 Berr, Jakob. and Vos, Tim.

Framing Colombia: Problem Definition and Remedy in the New York Times, 1997-2008
 Tedrow, Matt.

Framing White Hopes: The Press, Social Drama, and the Era of Jack Johnson, 1908-1915
 Hutchison, Phillip.

Framing in the ‘New Media Environment’: Fox News Channel (FNC) Covers the Bristol Palin Pregnancy
 Durham, Frank.
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Framing the Liberation War of Bangladesh in the U.S. and U.K. Media: A Content Analysis of the New York Times and the Times (London)
 Hossain, Mohammad.

Freedom of the Press and the Pursuit of Happiness
 Tandoc, Edson Jr.. and Shoenberger, Heather.

From Pictorialism to Visual Cliché: Tracing the Historical Developments of Scenic Photography in China
 Li, Shi.

From Stereoscopy to 3D HD Image:A Review of 3D HDTV Diffusion from the Perspective of Technology Adoption
 Song, Xu.
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GLEE: Masculinity in the Sub-Basement
 Safreno, Jennifer.

Game Over? Male and female sportswriters’ attitudes toward their jobs and plans to leave journalism
 Jones, Jessie. and Greer, Jennifer.
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Gender and Racial Source Bias in Sports Illustrated Kids, 2000-2009
 Furrow, Ashley.
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Gender and power at the crossroads: Examining the nexus of gender and power in public relations
 Place, Katie.

Gender: The Next Generation (Representations of Transgender Teens in Fictional Media)
 Tilley, Jenny Porter.

Girlfriends & Sex and the City: an intersectional analysis of race, gender, & commodity feminism in two TV shows
 kraeplin, camille.

Great Planes: National Media’s Understanding of America’s “Flyover Country”
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HIV Stigmatization and Stereotyping in Chinese News Coverage: From a Framing Perspective
 Ren, Chunbo., Hust, Stacey., Zhang, Peng. and Zhao, Yunze.
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Haunted asylums? Stigma and mental illness in paranormal reality TV
 Dangiuro-Baker, Michelle.

Heroines under control: Unexpected news portrayals of women in the organ of the Bulgarian Communist Party
 Sternadori, Miglena.

Hiding or Priding? A Study of Gender, Race, and Gamer Status and Context on Avatar Selection
 Dunn, Robert. and Guadagno, Rosanna.
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Hostile Media or Hostile Source?: Bias perception of Weblog-embedded news
 Park, Sung-Yeon., Yun, Gi Woong., Lee, Sooyoung. and Flynn, Mark.
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How Companies Cultivate Relationships with Publics on Social Network Sites in China and the United States: A Cross-Cultural Content Analysis
 Men, Linjuan Rita. and tsai, wanhsiu.

How a Public Evaluate an Organization’s Official Statement to pursue Organizational Transparency: An Impact of Organizational Claims to Truth on the Public’s Perception of Credibility toward the Content
 Kim, Bo Kyung. and Hong, Seoyeon.
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How does Doctor-Patient Communication Differ Based on the Gender of Doctor and the Gender of Patient? An Analysis of Entertainment-Education Based Network Medical Drama Grey’s Anatomy.
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How the Smartphone Is Changing College Student Mobile Usage and Advertising Acceptance: A Seven-Year Analysis
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I Tweet, You Tweet: Journalists’ Use of Twitter and the Individualization of Participation
 Heflin, Kristen.

I just bought this thing! The Diffusion of Iterations – A modification of DOI to explain incremental changes in existing technology.
 Poirot, Severin.

Identity fallout: The draining effects of technological and economic change on newspaper journalists
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Ideology and the Interactive Relationship Between Self-Efficacy and Anxiety Predicting Discussion
 Hutchens, Myiah.

Incidental Exposure to Online News: An Insight from the Pew Internet Project Introduction
 Yadamsuren, Borchuluun., Erdelez, Sanda., Lee, Joonghwa. and Thorson, Esther.

Information Surplus, Information Overload, and Multiplatform News Consumption: Updating Considerations of Influential Factors
 Holton, Avery. and Chyi, H. Iris.
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Inoculating against confusion and restoring confidence in vaccinations: A mental models approach to risk communication
 Bell Wright, Valarie., Woolwine, Heather., Ruth-McSwain, Amanda., White, Margaret. and Lockhart, Jennifer.

Insults for Sale: The 1957 Memphis Newspaper Boycott
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Intellectual Heft: A.J. Liebling as an Opponent of Anti-Intellectualism in American Journalism
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International Advertising Education: A Research Agenda
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International Coverage, Foreign Policy, and National Image: Exploring the Complexities of Media Coverage, Public Opinion, and Presidential Agenda
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International service-learning as a mechanism for building skills in mass communication: enhancing ability through authentic experiences
 Sturgill, Amanda., Nam, Sang. and Motley, Phillip.

Internships in Public Relations: Using narrative to examine the nature of intern's experience.
 Gugerty, Catherine.

Investigating the Role of Identities and Opinion Leadership on Risk Information Seeking and Sharing about Proposed Natural Gas Drilling in New York’s Marcellus Shale
 Clarke, Chris.
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Investigative Reporting and Local Power
 Lanosga, Gerry.

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Job Satisfaction Among Minority Advertising Professionals: An Update
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John L. Griffith and the Commercialization of College Football Broadcasts in the Depression Era
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Journalism Advocacy: How Three Organizations Responded to Attacks Against Journalists in Egypt
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Journalism as a viable career choice: What guidance counselors are telling students
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Journalism students and civic engagement: Is there still a connection?
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Just Hit Reply: How Student Journalists Use Email in the Newsroom
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Katrina's power: A critical political economic communication analysis of the intersection of government and media institutions
 Saxton, Loren. and Lester-Roushanzamir, Elli.

Kicking off the hype: Newspaper Coverage of Super Bowl I
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Latino Youth as Information Leaders: Implications for Family Interaction and Civic Engagement in Immigrant Communities
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Learning about Politics from The Daily Show: The Role of Processing Motivations
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Learning from the competition: Analysis of advertising appeals for healthy foods and unhealthy foods
 Lee, Jung-Sook.

Legitimacy Disputes and Social Amplification of Perceived Risk
 Lim, Joon Soo., Mun, Kwansik. and Yang, Sung-Un.
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Leisure Time Budget, Time Price and Consumption of Traditional News Media and New News Media
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Local News Coverage in the Digital Age: Comparing Online News with Newspapers in Two Metropolitan Markets
 Maier, Scott. and Tucker, Staci.

Loss Aversion and Regulatory Focus Effects in the Absence of Numbers: Qualitatively Framing Equivalent Messages on Food Labels
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Made by TV: The American Football League and Broadcast Networks
 Corrigan, Thomas. and Formentin, Melanie.

Making Noise in the New Public Sphere: How Small Market Television Stations Find Their Mouth on Facebook
 Harmsen, Shawn.

Marshall “Major” Taylor and the Summer of 1910: Salt Lake City Newspapers Cover the Bicycle Racer’s Final Season
 Mangun, Kim.

Mass Communication Research on China from 2000 to 2010: A Meta-Analysis
 Li, Shi. and Tang, Shuo.

Mass-Mediated Political Messages, Uncertainty Arousal, and Interpersonal Political Discussion
 Landreville, Kristen.

Maximizing Optimization: A Small Business Owner Confronts SEM (A Case Study In Search Engine Marketing)
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Measuring, Classifying and Predicting Prosumption Behavior in Social Media
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Media Framing and Terrorism: Analysis of frames in news reports of London bombings and Mumbai attacks
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Media Portrayals of Mental Illness and the Third-Person Effect
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Media Sales Management and New Product Innovation: An Exploratory Study
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Media capabilities as a comprehensive construct for research on media choice: Assessment of a measurement model
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Media conduction: Festivals, networks, and boundaried spaces
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Mediated Messages and Self-Efficacy: An Examination of Entertainment-Education, Junk Food commercials and Healthy Eating Habits.
 Galvez, Anthony.

Medium Matters: Newsreaders' Recall and Engagement with Online and Print Newspapers
 Santana, Arthur., Livingstone, Randall. and Cho, Yoon Yong.

Mind or Body? A Qualitative Framing Analysis of Fibromyalgia in Newspapers Versus Health Websites
 Rodgers, Joy. and Zapata Ramos, Mari Luz.

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Naming Names: Crime Coverage Rituals in North America, Sweden, and the Neterhlands
 Patterson, Maggie Jones. and Fullerton, Romayne Smith.

Narcissism, Communication Anxiety, Gratifications-sought on SNS Use and Social Capital among College Students in China
 zheng, pei. and wang, Hongzhe.

Narratives and Television News Editing
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New TV Resistance: Barriers to Implementation of IPTV in the Living Room
 Liu, Duen Ruey., Chiang, Yihsuan. and Tsai, Niann Chung.

New Views of Investigative Reporting in the Twentieth Century
 Lanosga, Gerry.

News Accuracy in Switzerland and Italy: A Transatlantic Comparison with the U.S. Press
 Porlezza, Colin., Maier, Scott. and Russ-Mohl, Stephan.

News Innovation and the Negotiation of Participation
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News exposure, political knowledge, partisanship, and (mis)perceptions of change in conditions under George W. Bush
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Newspaper Visibility of Members of Parliament in Kenya
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Newspaper hubris: Did hubris impact the industry’s’ decision not to charge for online news?
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Niche Theory and Online Music: The Changing Face of The Billboard Top 200
 Cain, Jason.

No Experience Necessary: The Perceived Credibility of Citizen Journalism
 Netzley, Sara. and Hemmer, Mark.

Not paid to play: A case study of online community participants and the effects of non-monetary motivation upon public journalism
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Oil-soaked Images of Disaster: Identifying the National vs. Local Television Visuals
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Online users’ news consumption practices and technological tools
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Opting Into Information Flows: Partial Information Control on Facebook
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Overweight and unworthy? The role of priming in attractiveness, gender, and credibility
 Andsager, Julie., O\'Gara, Erin., Gutsche Jr, Robert., Carviou, James. and Yanes, Nicholas.

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PKM: Changes in Millennials’ Experience with Media & Attitudes, Attention, and Coping Behaviors Regarding Advertisements Since 2004
 Moore-Copple, Jensen., Dowler, Blair. and Crowley, Kelley.

Parenting Styles in Political Socialization: How the Path to Political Participation Begins at Home
 Thorson, Esther., Tandoc, Edson Jr.. and Jahng, Mi.

Partisan Balance and Bias in TV Network Coverage of the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Presidential Elections
 Diddi, Arvind., Fico, Frederick. and Zeldes, Geri Alumit.

Partisan Journalist: William D. Workman and the Rise of the Republican Party in South Carolina
 Bedingfield, Sid.

Partisan Rhetoric and the Rise of the Nullification Party in 1831 South Carolina
 Pribanic-Smith, Erika.

Patched in: Corporately owned online community news sites pursue different news topics than independent ones
 Rosenberry, Jack.

Paying Her Dues: The Early Career of Pioneering Broadcaster Pauline Frederick
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Peace is War: Epistemological and Ethical Concerns in Peace Journalism's Theory, Praxis, and Practice
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Perceived Credibility of Mainstream Newspapers and Facebook
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Perceived Media Bias and Cable News Branding: The Effects of Diversification in the Marketplace of Information
 McLemore, Dylan.

Perils and Recommendations for Student Publications After Christian Legal Society v. Martinez
 Pritchard, Andrew.

Political Consumption and Needs of the Self: A Functional Attitudes Approach to Citizen Engagement
 Gotlieb, Melissa R..

Political Window: Analyzing Newspapers’ Images of Candidates in 2010 California gubernatorial election
 PARK, KYUNG-GOOK. and KANG, EUNJU.

Portrayal of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region in U.S. Newspapers
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Practitioner and Audience Attitudes toward Product Placement in Reality Television
 Walton, Alex. and Miller, Barbara.

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Questioning the Kibera Discourse: Articulating Representations and Lived Experience in a Nairobi Slum
 Ekdale, Brian.
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Re-Enlightenment: How Contemporary Dissenters in Pop Culture are Cultivating a New Age of Reason
 Walker, Sheliea.

Reciprocity in social network games and generation of social capital
 Wohn, Donghee Yvette.

Redefining 21st Century Partnerships: Who’s Sharing What With Whom and Why?
 Dailey, Larry. and Spillman, Mary.

Relationship Management With the Millennial Generation of Public Relations Agency Employees
 Gallicano, Tiffany.

Relative effectiveness of prior corporate ability vs. corporate social responsibility associations on public responses in corporate crises
 Kim, Sora.
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Revisiting the effectiveness of base crisis response strategies in comparison of reputation management crisis responses
 Kim, Sora. and Sung, Kang Hoon.
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Risk, Realism, and Responsibility in Beer Commercials
 Zwarun, Lara.

Ryan Choi is Dead: Ideological Representations of Asians and Asian Americans in American Superhero Comics
 Carr, Bryan.

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SLAPPing e-Publius: Protecting anonymous expression and reputation in a digital age
 Carroll, Brian.
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Same old, same old? A content analysis of the framing of Haiti in the news after the 2010 earthquake in the Jamaica Gleaner & the New York Times
 Darlington, Kay-Anne.


Science, Restraint, and J. Edgar Hoover: Building and Maintaining the FBI Brand, 1933 to 1972
 Cecil, Matthew., Tiernan, Jennifer. and Koroglu, Didem.
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Seeing the Big Picture: Multitasking and Memory for the Ad
 Duff, Brittany., Sar, Sela., Oh, Sangdo., Lutchyn, Yulia. and Chinchanachokchai, Sydney.
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Seeing what you get: A comparison of newspapers’ visual brand personalities and consumer perceptions
 Jewett, Adriane. and Reinardy, Scott.
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Seeking to understand interactivity in church websites
 Broaddus, Matthew.
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Self-Schema-Persuasion Perspectives on Localization vs. Internationalization: A Case Study of ELLE China’s Editorial Strategies
 Liu, Zhengjia., Prior-Miller, Marcia R.. and Yan, Jie.

Self-identity and past behavior in risk information seeking intention: An augmented PRISM
 Rosenthal, Sonny.

Sexual Messages in Black and White: A case study of Essence and Cosmo
 Byerly, Carolyn. and Reviere, Rebecca.
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Shooting the Shooter: How experience level affects photojournalistic coverage of a breaking news event
 Yaschur, Carolyn.

Sic Juvat Transcendere Liberi: How Newspapers Built the Case for West Virginia Statehood
 Haught, Matthew.
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Signaling Theory and Its Role in Branding University Contract Training Programs
 Stephens, Shelley.

Skill Set: A Measurement of Journalistic Skills, Accuracy, and Objectivity in Television Journalists
 Keith, David.

Soap operas as a matchmaker: A cultivation analysis of the effects of South Korean TV dramas’ on Vietnamese women’s marital intentions
 Vu, Hong.
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Social Network Analysis: A Mixed-Methodological Approach
 Vincent, Cindy.
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Teaching Millennials to Engage THE Environment instead of THEIR Environment: A Pedagogical Analysis
 Stevens, Rick. and Crow, Deserai.
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Technological Constructions of Reality: An Ontological Perspective
 Vincent, Cindy.
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Television’s spectacle of autism: Metaphors of a popular network program
 Holton, Avery.

The Author on YouTube: Confronting a Crisis of Authorship Through the Amateur Documentary
 Lashley, Mark.

The Blame Frame: Media attribution of blame during the MMR-autism vaccination scare
 Holton, Avery., Weberling, Brooke., Clarke, Chris. and Smith, Michael.

The Cat Herder: The Role and Function of the Agency Creative Director
 Mallia, Karen., Windels, Kasey. and Broyles, Sheri.
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The Concept Of Online Image Of A Brand And Its Application To Nation Brands
 Topouria, Giorgi.
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The Conflict and Balance of History and Drama in 20th Century-Fox's The Longest Day
 Shooner, Peter.

The Conflict over Jim Crow Censorship of Movie Scenes in Greensboro, North Carolina, 1937-38
 Ahearn, Lorraine.

The Diffusion of an Online Community Newspaper Among College Students
 Hunt, Daniel., Atkin, David. and Kowal, Chris.
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The Effect of Psychological Reactance and Framing on Attribution of Solution Responsibility for Health Problems
 Hatley Major, Lesa.

The Effects of LCD Panel Type on Psychology of Video Game Players and Movie Viewers
 Kim, Ki Joon. and Sundar, S. Shyam.
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The Effects of Questionnaire Frames on Indicators of Data Quality
 Choi, Jihyang.

The Effects of Using "Real Women" In Advertising
 Remke, Amber.

The Emergence of Social Media & the Political Crisis in Pakistan
 Arif, Rauf.
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U.S. Student-Run Communication Agencies: Enhancing Students' Understanding of Business Protocols and Professionalism
 Bush, Lee. and Miller, Barbara.

Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China: An Elaboration of the Theory of Reasoned Action
 Feng, Guangchao.
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Understanding the Internet’s Impact on International Knowledge and Engagement: News Attention, Social Media Use, and the 2010 Haitian Earthquake
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Use of Culturally Meaningful Symbols or Iconographies in Gay-Themed Ads
 Um, Nam-Hyun., kim, kyung ok. and Kwon, Eun Sook.

Use of print & online news media for local news: A uses & dependency perspective
 Fleming, Kenneth.
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Veiled Politics: Legitimating the Burqa Ban in the French Press
 Roberts, Anne.

Viewer Ideology and the Effect of Argument Flow on Guest Evaluations in Political Talk Shows
 Bard, Mitchell., Gotlieb, Melissa R.., McLaughlin, Bryan., Zukas, Keith J.., Foote, Jackson. and Kim, Young Mie.

Vox Hawkeye A Study in the Intellectual Call for Open Government (and How One State Heeded It)
 stepanek, steve.
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Walter Lippmann's ethical challenge to the individual
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What Are We Laughing At? A Phenomenological Study of Tyler Perry Fans
 Champion, Teddy.

What Journalism Textbooks Teach Us About Newsroom Ethos
 McCaffrey, Raymond.
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What Y’all Laughin’ At? Humor Theory in Tyler Perry’s Sitcoms
 Champion, Teddy.

When Consumption Becomes All-Consuming: Comparing “Stickiness” from the Business and Social Health Perspectives in China
 Milbourne, Constance. and Wilkinson, Jeffrey.

When Does Green Advertising Work? -- The Modertating Role of Product Type
 Kong, Ying. and Zhang, Lingling.

When to Use Scott’s π or Krippendorff's α, If Ever?
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Who Are Others in The Third-Person Effect? : A selective downward comparison of non-smokers and smokers toward smoking issues
 Kim, Keun Yeong. and Jin, Hyun Seung.

Who are the heavy users of Social Network Sites among College Students? A Study of Social Network Sites and College Students
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Who in the World? People, Content, and Systemic Bias on Wikipedia
 Livingstone, Randall.

Who says news can’t be imaginative? A quasi-experiment testing perceived credibility of animated news, news organization, media use and dependency.
 Cheng, Ka Lun Benjamin. and Lo, Wai Han.

Why Do People Play Social Network Games?
 Shin, Dong-Hee. and Kim, Tae-Yang.
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Why Students Major in Advertising
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Willingness to pay for paid channels of digital TV: an Empirical Analysis
 Zeng, Fan-Bin.
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Women to Watch speak out: Looking behind the curtain of mentoring, networking and gender
 Flewellen, Kali., Broyles, Sheri. and Grown, Jean.

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Yes We Censor: The Impact of Commenting Policies on Two Nonprofit Community Journalism Websites
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