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

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Walter Lippmann's ethical challenge to the individual
 Urbanski, Steve.
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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?
 Zhao, XinShu.
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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
 Fang, Ling. and Ha, Louisa.
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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
 Taylor, Ron.
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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.


Writer by Trade: Journalistic Identity in the Early Eighteenth Century.
 Mari, William.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2011-Aug-10 to 2011-Aug-14
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