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Dimensional journalism as a process for understanding: A conceptual framework and cognitive inquiry
by Howard, Clare A., Ph.D.  Union Institute and University. 2007: 270 pages; 3292124.
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Broadening the Focus: Women's Voices in the New Journalism
by Wacker, Mary C., M.A.  Marquette University. 2018: 87 pages; 10840858.
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The Patriot Journalist: An Examination of the Work of Wisconsin's Dickey Chapelle
by Hölzel, Dee, M.A.  The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. 2020: 74 pages; 27961864.
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Journalism of Color
by Saadeh, Cirien, Ph.D.  Prescott College. 2019: 414 pages; 13427959.
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Didn't we want to know? Comparative analysis of local vs national framing of GMO labeling
by Villa, Annia Quiroz, M.A.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2015: 85 pages; 1589987.
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Sacred space evaders religious hegemony in gaming journalism
by Perreault, Gregory P., Ph.D.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2015: 209 pages; 10182610.
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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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Creative nonfiction illuminated: Cross-disciplinary spotlights
by Sharp, Leta McGaffey, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2009: 157 pages; 3366225.
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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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News service: A unique approach to the teaching of news reporting and writing
by Lenhoff, Alyssa, Ph.D.  Union Institute and University. 2010: 147 pages; 3421098.
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Borrowing Methods: The Perceived Influence of Reflective Positionality Work in Local Television Journalists
by Hebbeln, Elizabeth Bennett, Ed.D.  University of Pennsylvania. 2020: 114 pages; 28000082.
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Edythe Meserand: Radio pioneer and first president of American Women in Radio and Television
by Cox, Merrilee A., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2014: 239 pages; 3628750.
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Texan City Magazine Health News: A Content Analysis
by Wendlandt, Catherine, M.A.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2019: 135 pages; 27667815.
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Digitial dissidence and political change: Cyberactivism and citizen journalism in Egypt
by Radsch, Courtney C., Ph.D.  American University. 2013: 459 pages; 3604576.
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The “least factual, most accurate” writer: Hunter S. Thompson, journalist
by Stotesbury, Marion Suzanne, M.A.  East Carolina University. 2010: 68 pages; 1487729.
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Social media and social learning: A critical intersection for journalism education
by Smith, Elizabeth R., Ed.D.  Pepperdine University. 2016: 150 pages; 10251916.
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Breaking journalism down: Work, authority, and networking local news, 1997–2009
by Anderson, Christopher W., Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2009: 328 pages; 3373707.
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Researching the Real: Transforming the Science Fair through Relevant and Authentic Research
by Davidson, Rosemary McBryan, Ed.D.  University of Missouri - Saint Louis. 2014: 215 pages; 3621184.
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Printed, Pasted, Traded: Nōsatsu as an Invented Tradition
by McDowell, Kumiko, M.A.  University of Oregon. 2020: 137 pages; 28092448.
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Predictors of Web Analytics Use in Commercial and Non-Profit Radio Stations
by Duggins, Patrick, M.A.  The University of Alabama. 2017: 83 pages; 10259672.
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Mobile phone usage among youth in India: A case study
by Matanhelia, Priyanka, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2010: 342 pages; 3409818.
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