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Twitter and the journalistic field: How the growth of a new(s) medium is transforming journalism
by Barnard, Stephen R., Ph.D.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2012: 245 pages; 3533982.
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Not Just for the Military: A Study of PTSD and Student Journalists on the Trauma Beat
by Gartman, Courtney Anne, M.S.  University of Kansas. 2010: 94 pages; 10162101.
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Embellishment, fabrication, and scandal: Hoaxing and the American press
by Castagnaro, Mario, Ph.D.  Carnegie Mellon University. 2009: 269 pages; 3357585.
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Evaluating the “New York Times'” framing of Islam and Muslims pre- and post-9/11
by Ahmed, Sara J., M.A.  University of Houston. 2007: 87 pages; 1443827.
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This is not a cage match
by Shepard, Joseph C., M.A.  Gonzaga University. 2016: 69 pages; 10118312.
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News media and peacebuilding: Uncovering opportunities that can facilitate cooperation
by Afaghani, Rawhi, Ph.D.  George Mason University. 2011: 236 pages; 3452431.
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A Life of Process and Progress: The Influence of Writer Donald M. Murray
by Graves, Seth Robert, M.A.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2010: 215 pages; 13850737.
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From the belly of the HUAC: The HUAC investigations of Hollywood, 1947–1952
by Meeks, Jack D., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2009: 353 pages; 3359408.
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News media in the 21st century: An examination of college students' surveillance gratifications and Twitter use
by Auverset, Lauren Anderson, M.S.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 116 pages; 1592341.
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Making Metropolitans Newspapers and the Urbanization of Americans 1880-1930
by Guarneri, Julia A., Ph.D.  Yale University. 2012: 441 pages; 3525211.
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Enhancing the effectiveness of e-mail newsletters: How content (subject lines, intros) impacts response rates
by O'Connell, Michael, M.A.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2008: 70 pages; 1453000.
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Balancing the concrete and abstract in public intellectual reasoning: A study of Hannah Arendt
by Selemeneva, L. V., Ph.D.  Carnegie Mellon University. 2007: 401 pages; 3286684.
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Framing Iran: The Islamic revolution and the Green Movement as told through Time magazine
by Maiwandi, Nadia, M.S.  San Jose State University. 2013: 120 pages; 1541535.
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Exploring Saudi Journalists’ Attitudes Towards Ethical Issues of Mobile Journalism
by Deen, Ahmed, M.S.M.C.  Arkansas State University. 2019: 94 pages; 13903596.
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How Kuwaiti College Students in the United States Use and Perceive Electronic News Media: A Case Study
by ALshammari, Musaed, M.S.M.C.  Arkansas State University. 2018: 126 pages; 10977267.
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The Cycle of Exclusion in Local Print News: How News Content Reflects and Reinforces Patriarchy
by Wright, Emily A., M.A.  The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. 2017: 54 pages; 10271989.
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A study of snark in news media
by Hendel, John, M.A.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2009: 142 pages; 1504731.
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A digital juggling act: a case study of new media's impact on the responsibilities of local television reporters
by Adornato, Anthony Carmen, M.A.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2012: 137 pages; 1521075.
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