Here you will find scholarly and other professional works of faculty specializing in Journalism.

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Submissions from 2014

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Gender Mainstreaming in Journalism Education, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

Submissions from 2013

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College Completion: Performance-Based Funding Can Enhance Individual Investments and Promote the Public Good, Jayne M. Comstock

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The Value of a Liberal Arts Education: A Self-Evident Truth, Jayne M. Comstock

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South Africa: Newsrooms in Transition, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

Submissions from 2012

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Avoid False Dichotomy in Higher Education: Be both Mission-Driven and Market-Smart, Jayne M. Comstock

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Building the Future - One College Graduate at a Time, Jayne M. Comstock

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Higher Ed "International Exchange Rate" Leaves Intellectual Capital Behind, Jayne M. Comstock

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We Should Have High Standards for all Students, Not Just Those at Harvard, Jayne M. Comstock

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What You Measure is What You Get Service Learning Can be Cost-Effective Way to Enhance Quality and Student Success, Jayne M. Comstock

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Media Globalization, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

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Stoking the Research Fire: Three Views, Charles C. Self and Margeretha Geertsema-Sligh

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Facing the Fear: A Free Market Approach for Economic Expression, Nancy J. Whitmore

Submissions from 2010

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Hybridity, Identity and Global Music: A review of Cultural Globalization: A User’s Guide, Margaretha Geertsema Sligh

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Challenging the Lion in its Den: Dilemmas of Gender and Media Activism in South Africa, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

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Congress, The U.S. Supreme Court And Must-Carry Policy: A Flawed Economic Analysis, Nancy J. Whitmore

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The Evolution of the Intermediate Scrutiny Standard and the Rise of the Bottleneck "Rule" in the Turner Decisions, Nancy J. Whitmore

Submissions from 2009

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Women and News: Making Connections Between the Global and the Local, Margaretha Geertsema

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Gender Mainstreaming in International news: A Case Study of the Inter Press Service, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

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Commemorating the Kent State Tragedy Through Victims’ Trauma in Television News Coverage, 1990 - 2000., Kristen Hoerl

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Inverting the Inverted Pyramid: A Conversation about the Use of Feminist Theories to Teach Journalism, Danna L. Walker, Margaretha Geertsema, and Barbara Barnett

Submissions from 2008

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Conceptualizing Strategies for Research and Activism: A Media Sociology Approach, Margaretha Geertsema

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Women Making News: Gender and Media in South Africa, Margaretha Geertsema

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First Amendment Showdown: Intellectual Diversity Mandates and the Academic Marketplace, Nancy Whitmore

Submissions from 2007

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The Regionalization of Global News: A Case Study of CNN Interactive, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

Submissions from 2006

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Gender and the Digital Economy: Perspectives from the Developing World, Margaretha Geertsema Sligh

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Vicarious Liability and the Private University Student Press, Nancy Whitmore

Submissions from 2003

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Updating the Standard for the Next Generation of Electronic Media Historians, Gary R. Edgerton

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Nebraska Suppressed: How Gagging the News Media Intensified Pretrial Press Coverage of the Simants’ Murder Case, Nancy Whitmore