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2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Dawkins vs. Lautenberg: Exploring the Impact of New Jersey's 1988 U.S. Senate Campaign Abstract
Anne Elizabeth Lee, Richard A. Lee, Christian Gravius, Tyler Grudi, Michael Nelson, Sarah Waychoff, Nicholas Youngs
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Dr. Margaret Pfanstiehl pioneers modern descriptive video service Abstract
Rachael E. Vacanti
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Far from 'Feather-Brained': The Political Significance of the Early Mass Press in Britain Abstract
Christopher Shoop-Worrall
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Fighting the Professionalization of Journalism in the Nineteenth Century: The American Newspaper Publishers’ Association Shuns Professional Aspirations Abstract
Stephen Banning
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Framing ISIS and the 26 of July Movement Abstract
Alex Luchsinger
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference From “Obscenity to Dignity”: The Changing Memory of Margaret Sanger in the American Media Abstract
Vanessa Murphree
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference From Buckley to Bannon: The Decadence of Right-Wing Media Abstract
Christopher Daly
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Gaar Williams: “The James Whitcomb Riley of Cartoons” Abstract
Mary Spillman
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Guglielmo Marconi: Wireless Communications Technology in Broadcast and Maritime History (A Short-Documentary) Abstract
Rebecca Taylor
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Her Truth: Analyzing the editorials of Nackey Scripps Loeb Abstract
Meg Heckman
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference How Jet Magazine told the Story of Civil Rights Activism: Framing of the Citizen Activist in 4 Key Civil Rights Activities Abstract
Danielle deavens, Naeemah Clark
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Inescapable Capture? Understanding This Perilous Moment for Media Freedom with Lessons from the Past Abstract
Mark Hannah
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN THE DIGITAL AGE: FROM ACCURACY TO IMMEDIACY Abstract
Mirjana Pantic
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Journalist Lorena Hickock’s Letters to Eleanor Roosevelt Documenting Destitution in Depression-Era West Virginia: The Ethnographic Research Behind America’s First New Deal Community Abstract
Jennifer Robinette
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Media Reform at the Ford Foundation Abstract
Dyfrig Jones
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Mobile Phones: A Revolution of Evoltion Abstract
Brian Jaegar
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference "No more than six per hour: the role of gatekeepers in music selection in 1960s Top 40 radio. Abstract
Len O'Kelly
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Oscar Wilde and the Marine Corps: "The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about" Abstract
Wayne Svoboda
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Prejudice, Hate and Fear: The Commie Witch Hunt in Local Television, 1956 Abstract
Mary Blue
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Pressure Groups and the Hutchins Commission Abstract
Stephen Bates
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Propaganda, Fake News, and the Limits of Agonistic Discourse Abstract
A.J. Bauer, Anthony Nadler
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Psychological Armor: The Science Service Warns Against the Dangers of Propaganda in its Science News Letter (1929-1965) Abstract
Susan Elizabeth Swanberg
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Setting the Atomic Agenda: The Federation of Atomic Scientists and Public Relations Abstract
Robert Rabe
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Taverns, the Wealthy, and a Widow: Early Adopters of Du Mont Televisions Abstract
Charlene Simmons
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference "That Was The Week That Was" and its influence on journalism Abstract
Rod Carveth
 
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