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BEA 2011-Apr-09 to 2011-Apr-14
"Learning to Organize: Post-Production Supervision in Feature-length Projects."
Wang, George Chun Han.
A Battleground of Discourses: Pashto News Sites and Their Presentation of Post-September 11 Violence in Afghanistan
A Brief History of Congressional and FCC Efforts to Regulate Television Violence
A Clash of Cultures: Reaching Hostile Audiences Through International Broadcasting
Clark, Andrew. and Christie, Tom.
A Comparative Analysis of Online Fan Feedback: Exploring Reactions to Episodes and Webisodes of The Office
Peirce, L. Meghan.
A Comparison of Network News Coverage of Obesity in Two Time Frames: An Analysis of Issues, Sources, and Episodic-Thematic Frames
Gearhart, Sherice., Craig, Clay. and Steed, Chaille.
A Denotative Analysis of Para-social Interaction –– Explicating Para-social Interaction Involving Four Other Media Consumptive Phenomena
Shen, Bin. and Zhou, Shuhua.
A Fundamentalist Approach to Fairness
A History of Broadcasting in the United States
A Pedagogical Approach to Developing Journalistic Best Practices Through Wikis
Bowe, Brian J.. and Hoewe, Jennifer.
A Public Sphere in Decline: The State of Localism in Talk Radio
A Rose By Any Other Name
Smith, G. Stuart.
A Safe Harbor for TV Violence?
Active within Structures: An Examination of Webisodes’ Structural Characteristics
Alternative Sexualities: Digital Divide or Digital Inclusion?
Applying the Stages of Change Model to test audience engagement with a celebrity weight loss reality TV program: From contemplation to taking action with “Kirstie Alley’s Big Life”
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Beyond the Beat: Hip Hop Music and Media Literacy
Blogs in Thailand and Malaysia: Contrasting Contexts, Contrasting Contents
Magpanthong, Chalisa. and McDaniel, Drew.
Broadcast Property Rights: A Historical Examination of Spectrum Allocation
Building Bridges During Times of Need: A Look at the Use of Social Support on Facebook
Weiner, Judith. and Rollie, Stephanie.
Cable TV Deregulation Reconsidered: An Exploration of Three Theses
Can Green TV make us Greener: the appeal and effectiveness of environmental TV programs at promoting pro-environmental behaviors among individuals with different attitudes
Hamidi, Jason., Kirnan, Katie., Honsinger, Griffith. and Deng, Yao.
Celebrity Signifiers: The Tonight Show Monologues As Cultural Forum 1984-2009
Characteristics of Social Media Users: Opinion Leaders and Opinion Seekers
Wang, Paul Xiaopeng.
Chics, Tech, and Respect: Juggling Gender Dynamics in College Media
Collaboration and Composition Online: Strategies and e-tools for teaching media writing
Community Radio in the UK: Collaboration and Regulation
Wilson, Deborah. and Hallett, Lawrie.
Compressing HD: When Large Files and Small Displays Collide
Creating Multi-Media, Helping your Community and Making it Fun
Creating Student Social Activists Through Community Participatory Documentaries
Winslow, Y. Jane.
Damsels No More: The Role of the 'Warrior Woman' in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and the Supernatural
Developing Nation Under Fire: CNN’s Portrayal of China’s National Image
Zhang, Cui., Meadows, Charles. and Zhou, Shuhua.
Development of Scales to Measure Perceived Attributes of Consumer Communication Technologies
Dupagne, Michel. and Driscoll, Paul.
Digital Diversity? The Online World for Kids
Bryant, J. Alison.
Digital Storytelling and Cellphone Videography
Disruptive Audio: An Exploration of Online Voice-Over Marketplaces
Diversity Matters: Recruitment and Retention of Students and Faculty
Does Mad Men Perpetuate or Deviate from the Feminine Mystique?
Domestic to Dominate: The Evolution of Witches on Television
Dorky Dads, Geeks and Villains: The Portrayal of Male Characters in Popular Children's Television
Effects of Candidates’ Social Media Presence on Political Attitudes: Activating Young Voters Online
Painter, David., Dunton-Miles, Maridith. and Kim, Ji-Young.
Effects of Political Talk on Youths' Civic Participation: Comparing Hong Kong, Taipei, and Singapore
Wan-ying, Lin. and Xinzhi, Zhang.
Entirely My Brainchild Colonial Radio Broadcasting in the South-West Pacific: A Solomon Islands Historical Case Study 1945-52
Ethics in Media Education: How Attention to Ethical Issues Can Increase Students’ Ethical Sensitivity
Lind, Rebecca., Swenson-Lepper, Tammy. and Rarick, David.
Examining the Roles of Anticipation and Outcome Expectations in Enjoyment of Televised Sports Contests: A Longitudinal Perspective of Affective Disposition Theories
Exploring the Functions of Online Ethnic Media: A Case Study on Indian-American Blogs
Exploring the Impact of Audience Motivations for Entertainment Consumption and Nature of Media Content on Moral Disengagement
Tsay, Mina. and Krakowiak, K. Maja.
ePorfolios and the Video Production Industry
Fair and Balanced: Implications of Hostile Media Perception in Light of a Fairness Doctrine Resurgence
Following Local Television News Personalities on Twitter: A Uses and Gratifications Approach to Social Networking
Greer, Clark. and Ferguson, Douglas.
From Assimiliation to Kalomoira: Satellite TV and the Rejuvenation of New York City's Greek Community
From Wonder Woman to Sookie: A Content Analysis of Supernatural Female Characters from the 1970s Through the 2000s
Gender in Film Production: Creating the Balance
Gender, Sports, and New Media: Predictors of Viewing during the 2008 Beijing Olympics
Tang, Tang. and Cooper, Roger.
Going HD: Lessons Learned and Lessons Taught Taking Orange Television to HD
HDSLR Documentary Filmmaking & Cinematic Journalism
Harley Davidson: The Softening of an Icon?
High-End, Twin-Camera 3-D Program Production
Hoaxical Documentum: Practice and Theory of Propaganda, Reality and Truth in Documentary Filmmaking
How different emergencies may affect journalist/source message negotiation
Image Repair Through TV: The Strategies of McGwire, Rodriguez and Bonds
Epp, Susie. and Utsler, Max.
Impacts of Portable Communication Technologies on College Radio Content
Impacts of Social Networking on College Radio Content
In a Digital Daze: Better Technology Creates Poor Storytellers
Introducing...The 168 Film Project!
Intuitive Morality and Reactions to News Events: Responding to News of the Lockerbie Bomber’s Release
Lewis, Robert., Grizzard, Matthew., Bowman, Nicholas., Eden, Allison. and Tamborini, Ron.
Is Al Jazeera English All that Different from CNN? International Coverage on the Broadcasters’ Websites
LPFM in a HD World: How the 100-Watt "Blowtorches" Spread the Word Beyond The Four-Mile Coverage Pattern
Greer, Clark., Stark, Craig., Curran, Andy. and Calabrese, Barbara.
Lesbians, Facebook and the Real L Word
Maintaining a "State of Aloha" -- Working with Students on Feature Documentary Production
Making News: A Grounded Theory Analysis of TV News Broadcasts of Hillary Clinton from 1993-2008
Tucker-McLaughlin, Mary. and Campbell, Kenneth.
Making or Breaking The House: Surviving Feature-length Production in an Academic Setting
Menendez, Francisco. and Cobb, Warren.
Men, Facebook, and The Howard Stern Show
Men, Twitter, and Fox News
Men, Twitter, and Tosh.0
Messages From Confinement: The Role of Incarceration Radio
Multiple Voices, Multiple Languages: Challenges to English-centric Web
NBC, the USDA, and Radio's National Farm and Home Hour: 1930s Commercialization and the Challenge to Public Service Programming
News Coverage or Inadvertent Advertising: How Do Local TV News Reporters Perceive Coverage Of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Actions?
News Is People: The Rise of Local TV News
Now That's Entertainment: Young Adults' Use of Television, Online Television, and YouTube Content.
Online Video and Interactivity: An Examination of Consumers’ Use of Interactive Feature on Internet Video Websites
Onlylady, But Only Who Are the Ladies? An Analysis of the Online Social Identity of Young Middle-Class Urban Chinese Women
Origins of Television News In America: The Visualizers of CBS In the 1940s
Pause the Prezi: Here Come the Tweets
Persuasion, Promotion, and Conversation: How Las Vegas Casinos are Using Twitter
Strauss, Jessalynn. and Seits, Angela.
Pocket Journalism: Using Flip Video Cameras for Radio, Television and Web Coverage
Prime-Time Online: Exploring the Appeal of Evolving Narrative Trends
Weaver, Andrew. and Levell, Caleb.
Prior Exposure to Media Coursework as a Factor in Determining A Preference to Backpack Journalism
Project Management in the Capstone Sandbox: Photos, Audio, Video and 3D in Google Earth
Public Interest Standards and HD Multicasting of Noncommercial Educational Radio
Race on Trial: The Relevance of Race in the Lionel Tate TV Wrestling Murder Trial
Radio and Audio Media: New Directions in Radio Education
Ramping up Multi-Media Reporting, Doing it Quickly and Making it Fun
Recommendations in Favor of the Passage of the Local Community Radio Act of 2009
Regulating Violence as Indecency: A Constitutional Perspective
Reporter and Source Race and Gender during the 2008 Presidential Campaign across Broadcast, Cable and Public News Networks
Zeldes, Geri., Fico, Frederick. and Diddi, Arvind.
Rethinking News Delivery: Effects of Exposure to News through Twitter and Facebook
Revisiting Red Lion By Way of O’Brien
Role Models in the Media as Ethical Motivators
Rooting for the Serial Killer: Disposition Theory, Justice, and Morality in Showtime’s Dexter
SONY Workflow at Universidad Ibero Americana
Saying It with Conviction and Acquittal: The Effects of TV Crime Drama Exposure on Jurors’ Self-Efficacy and Verdict Confidence
Sarapin, Susan. and Sparks, Glenn.
Sex, Violence, and Video Games: A Content Analysis of Video Game Covers
Tirumala, Lakshmi. and Miles, Stephanie.
Shaping Public Policy with Children and Media Research: Reflections on the Road of Scholarly Activism
Shooting and Editing on iPhones: the making of "Apple of My Eye"
Sports Journalism on Twitter
Sheffer, Mary Lou.
Storyboarding Dynamic Interface for iPad
Success and Failure: Why Radio Propaganda Produced a Regime Change in Guatemala but Failed in Cuba
Tag! The Augmented Reality of Social Networking in News Storytelling
Teaching Convergence in a High Def World with Stones and Chisels
Teaching Radio in the Age of HD
Teaching Teamwork in a One Man Band World of Journalism
Teaching with Tech: How a Community of Web-Savvy Educators are Changing the K-12 Education System
Technologic Androgyny: Gendered Representations on Social Networking Sites
Technology and Women
Television In America: Local Station History
Television Portrayals of Public Relations and Mass Communication Education
Television Violence and Parental Control: An Industry Perspective
Testing HD’s Impact on Viewers: Can Highly Diverse Newscasts Discourage Prejudice?
The African American Female Documentary Tradition: Navigating Beyond the Normative Constraints
The Analog-Digital Gap: Radio and its Shadows
The Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act--An Undue Burden Upon Broadcasters
The Capstone Experience: The Online Journal as an Interdisciplinary Integrative Tool
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Uphold Morality, or Finish the Game? The Influence of Moral Intuitions on Decisions to Violate or Uphold Morality in Virtual Environments
Bowman, Nicholas., Joeckel, Sven. and Dogruel, Leyla.
Using "Wall Street" to Teach About Gender Hegemony
Using Advertising Research Techniques to Create Journalistic Content: Why it's Important for Both Advertising and Journalism Students to Work Together
Using Emerging Consumer Digital Devices and Applications as Resources in the Field of Video Production
Using Social Media in New Ways and the Keys to Interaction Between Advertising and Journalism
Victimization and Drama in News Coverage of Kidnapped Victims
Zhou, Shuhua., Cooley, Skye., Ezell, Jon. and Naidoo, Jefrey.
WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get..) or Not?: The Challenge of Teaching Students with New Technology
Web Video, Surveillance, Mobile Media, and the Shifting Focus of the Production Student
What Makes Characters’ Bad Behaviors Acceptable? The Effects of Character Motivation and Outcome on Perceptions, Character Liking, and Moral Disengagement
Krakowiak, K. Maja. and Tsay, Mina.
What Would Don Draper Do? Masculine Trouble in Mad Men
What’s in a Tweet? Foreign Correspondents’ Use of Social Media
White Out -- Erasing the Wisdom of Crowds
Why Did I Just Watch That? Essentials of Entertainment Theory
Why the Cell Phone Changes Everything: An Overview
Will Advertising on the SuperBowl Take You From Zero to Hero?
Cassat, Jon. and Utsler, Max.
Women Outnumber Men in the Academy and Out-Earn Men in the Field! Film @ 11!
Women in Communication: The Association, Today
Women, Facebook and the Oprah Winfrey Show
Worfklow for Digital SLRs
Workflow for P2 and Other Panasonic Solutions
Workflow for the Red
Wang, George Chun Han.
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BEA 2011-Apr-09 to 2011-Apr-14
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