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

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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
 Hinsley, Amber.
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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
 Hrach, Thomas J..
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Intellectual Heft: A.J. Liebling as an Opponent of Anti-Intellectualism in American Journalism
 Lerner, Kevin.
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International Advertising Education: A Research Agenda
 Hachtmann, Frauke.


International Coverage, Foreign Policy, and National Image: Exploring the Complexities of Media Coverage, Public Opinion, and Presidential Agenda
 Zhang, Cui.
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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.


Is High-Definition Video Streaming Delivery Economically Sustainable for Broadband Service Providers?
 Dupagne, Michel.

Issue Information and Technological Choice in a Senate Election Campaign: News, Social Media, Candidate Communications, and Voter Learning
 Martin, Jason A..
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Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2011-Aug-10 to 2011-Aug-14
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