Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2014-Aug-06 to 2014-Aug-10

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I love Big Bird: How Journalists Tweeted Humor during the 2012 Presidential Debates
 Reis Mourao, Rachel., Diehl, Trevor. and Vasudevan, Krishnan.

Ignored by Traditional Media, Women Seek Sports Information via Social Media: A Uses and Gratification Analysis
 Sheffer, Mary. and Schultz, Brad.

Illusion vs. Disillusion: How Chinese Viewers Articulate the Meaning of “House of Cards”
 Liu, Zhaoxi.

Impact of English Social Media on Acculturation to America: A Study of Hong Kong Youth
 MA, YANNI., Li, Cong. and Du, Ying.

Increasingly Violent but Still Sexy: An Analysis of Female Protagonists in U.S. and Hindi Films
 Ghaznavi, Jannath. and Grasso, Katherine.

Inoculating the Electorate: American Corporatocracy and its Influence on Health Communication
 Crosswell, Laura. and Porter, Lance.

Intergroup Contact Through News Exposure and the Role of Group-based Emotions
 Han, Jiyoung.

Intermedia agenda-setting in a multimedia environment: The case of national elections in Austria
 Vonbun, Ramona., Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina. and Schoenbach, Klaus.

International Trust and Public Diplomacy
 Mogensen, kirsten.

Internet-Mediated Relationship Management in Local Nonprofit Fundraising
 Ji, Yi.

Is Grey’s Anatomy on the Wave? A Feminist Textual Analysis of Meredith Grey and Cristina Yang
 Wilks, Lauren.

Is traditional media losing audience?
 Luo, Qianni.

Issue-Specific Engagement: How Facebook Contributes to Opinion Leadership and Efficacy on Energy and Climate Issues
 Vraga, Emily., Anderson, Ashley., Kotcher, John. and Maibach, Edward.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2014-Aug-06 to 2014-Aug-10
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