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Perceived Credibility of Mainstream Newspapers and Facebook
Unformatted Document Text:  Running Head: Credibility in Newspapers and Facebook 19 REFERENCES Armstrong, C. L., & Collins, S. J. (2009). Reaching Out: Newspaper Credibility Among Young Adult Readers. [Article]. Mass Communication & Society, 12(1), 97-114. Blake, K. R., & Wyatt, R. O. (2002). Has Newspaper Credibility Mattered? A Perspective on Media Credibility Debate. Newspaper Research Journal, 23(1), 73. Bressers, B. (2006). Promise and Reality: The Integration of Print and Online Versions of Major Metropolitan Newspapers. International Journal on Media Management, 8 (3), 134-145. Bruns, A. (2008). Blogs, Wikipedia, Second life, and Beyond : from production to produsage. New York: Peter Lang. Castells, M. (2001). The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Cardoso, Gustavo (2006). The Media in the Network Society: Browsing, News, Filters and Citizenship, Lisboa, Portugal. CIES – Center for Research and Studies in Sociology. Cassidy, W. P. (2006). Gatekeeping Similar For Online, Print Journalists. [Article]. Newspaper Research Journal, 27(2), 6-23. Cohen-Almagor, R. (2008). The limits of objective reporting. Journal of Language & Politics, 7(1), 136-155. Deuze, M. (2004). What is Multimedia Journalism? Journalism Studies, 5 (2), 139-152. Dorroh, J. (2005). The Ombudsman Puzzle. American Journalism Review, 27(1), 48-53. Flanagin, A.J. & Metzger, M.J. (2007). The role of site features, user attributes, and information verification behaviors on the perceived credibility of web-based information. New Media & Society, 9(2), 319-342. Flint, L. N. (1925). The conscience of the newspaper; a case book in the principles and problems of journalism. New York, London,: D. Appleton and Company. Gans, H. J. (1979). Deciding what's news : a study of CBS evening news, NBC nightly news, Newsweek, and Time (1st ed.). New York: Pantheon Books. Hanitzsch, T (Eds.) The handbook of journalism studies. (pp. 29-41). New York: Routledge Johnson, T., & Kaye, B. (2010). Choosing Is Believing? How Web Gratifications and Reliance Affect Internet Credibility Among Politically Interested Users. [Article]. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 18(1), 1-21.

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Running Head: Credibility in Newspapers and Facebook                      19 
Armstrong, C. L., & Collins, S. J. (2009). Reaching Out: Newspaper Credibility Among Young 
Adult Readers. [Article]. Mass Communication & Society, 12(1), 97-114. 
Blake, K. R., & Wyatt, R. O. (2002). Has Newspaper Credibility Mattered? A Perspective on 
Media Credibility Debate. Newspaper Research Journal, 23(1), 73. 
Bressers, B. (2006). Promise and Reality: The Integration of Print and Online Versions of Major 
Metropolitan Newspapers. International Journal on Media Management, 8 (3), 134-145. 
Bruns, A. (2008). Blogs, Wikipedia, Second life, and Beyond : from production to produsage
New York: Peter Lang. 
Castells, M. (2001). The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society. 
Oxford, Oxford University Press. 
Cardoso, Gustavo (2006). The Media in the Network Society: Browsing, News, Filters and 
Citizenship, Lisboa, Portugal. CIES – Center for Research and Studies in Sociology. 
Cassidy, W. P. (2006). Gatekeeping Similar For Online, Print Journalists. [Article]. Newspaper 
Research Journal, 27(2), 6-23. 
Cohen-Almagor, R. (2008). The limits of objective reporting. Journal of Language & Politics, 
7(1), 136-155. 
Deuze, M. (2004). What is Multimedia Journalism? Journalism Studies, 5 (2), 139-152. 
Dorroh, J. (2005). The Ombudsman Puzzle. American Journalism Review, 27(1), 48-53. 
Flanagin, A.J. & Metzger, M.J. (2007). The role of site features, user attributes, and information 
verification behaviors on the perceived credibility of web-based information. New Media 
& Society
, 9(2), 319-342. 
Flint, L. N. (1925). The conscience of the newspaper; a case book in the principles and problems 
of journalism. New York, London,: D. Appleton and Company. 
Gans, H. J. (1979). Deciding what's news : a study of CBS evening news, NBC nightly news, 
Newsweek, and Time (1st ed.). New York: Pantheon Books. 
Hanitzsch, T (Eds.) The handbook of journalism studies. (pp. 29-41). New York: Routledge   
Johnson, T., & Kaye, B. (2010). Choosing Is Believing? How Web Gratifications and Reliance 
Affect Internet Credibility Among Politically Interested Users. [Article]. Atlantic Journal 
of Communication, 18
(1), 1-21. 

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