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Adatto, Kiku. Sound Bite Democracy:  Network Evening News Presidential Campaign Coverage, 1968 and 1988. 1990

Adeyemi, Adeyinka. The Nigerian Press Under the Military: Persecution, Resilience and Political Crisis (1983–1993). 1995

Ahlers, Douglas. News Consumption and the New Electronic Media. 2006. (Published in the Winter 2006 issue of the Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics.)

Aitken, Lee. The Campaign Casino: Elections Have Become a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme, and the Press Is Missing the Story. 2014

Alger, Dean. The Media, the Public and the Development of Candidates' Images in the 1992 Presidential Election.  1994

Amos, Deborah. Confusion, Contradiction and Irony: The Iraqi Media in 2010. 2010

Anable, David. The Role of Georgia's Media — and Western Aid — in the Rose Revolution. 2006

B

Baird, Julia. Soft Power and Hard Views: How American Commentators are Spreading over the World's Opinion Pages. 2006

Baker, C. Edwin. Ownership of Newspapers: The View from Positivist Social Science. 1994

Barnhurst, Kevin G. The Content of Reports on U.S. Newspaper Internet Sites. 2002

Barnhurst, Kevin G. The Form of Reports on U.S. Newspaper Internet Sites. 2002

Bates, Stephen. The Reporter's Privilege, Then and Now. 2000

Becker, Elizabeth. Lost in the Travel Pages: The Global Industry Hiding Inside the Sunday Newspaper. 2008

Bennett, Lisa. The Perpetuation of Prejudice in Reporting on Gays and Lesbians — Time and Newsweek: The First Fifty Years. 1998

Benson, Thomas W. Speechwriting, Speechmaking, and the Press: The Kennedy Administration and the Bay of Pigs. 2000

Bentivegna, Sara. Talking Politics on the Net. 1998

Bergstrom, Hans. Age in the Press. 2002

Blendon, Robert. The American Public and the Next Phase of the Health Care Reform Debate. 2009

Bok, Sissela. School for Scandal. 1990

Bok, Sissela. TV Violence, Children and the Press: Eight Rationales Inhibiting Public Policy Debates. 1994

Buhl, Dieter. Window to the West:  How Television from the Federal Republic Influenced Events in East Germany. 1990

Bullert, B.J. Strategic Public Relations, Sweatshops, and the Making of a Global Movement. 2000

C

Calo, Bob. Disengaged: Elite Media in a Vernacular Nation. 2011

Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs. Shadowboxing with Stereotypes: The Press, The Public, and the Candidates' Wives. 1993

Carper, Alison. Paint-By-Numbers Journalism: How Reader Surveys and Focus Groups Subvert a Democratic Press. 1995

Carroll, James. Shoah in the News: Patterns and Meanings of News Coverage of the Holocaust. 1997

Carroll, Jill. Foreign News Coverage: The U.S. Media's Undervalued Asset. 2007

Carroll, John S. What Will Become of Newspapers? 2006

Chung, Connie. The Business of Getting "The Get":  Nailing an Exclusive Interview in Prime Time. 1998

Conaway, Carol B. Framing Identity:  The Press in Crown Heights. 1996

Cook, Timothy. Notes for the Next Epidemic, Part One: Lessons from News Coverage of AIDS. 1991

Cooke, Tim. Prepared for War, Ready for Peace?: Paramilitaries, Politics, and the Press in Northern Ireland. 1998

Copps, Michael. A Letter to Journalists from a Former FCC Commissioner. 2014

Cowan, Geoffrey. Leading the Way to Better News: The Role of Leadership in a World Where Most of the "Powers That Be" Became the "Powers That Were." 2008

D

Davis, Glyn. Different Strokes: Public Broadcasting in America and Australia. 1991

Davis, Richard. A Symbiotic Relationship Between Journalists and Bloggers. 2008

DeParle, Jason. American Dream: Three Women, Ten Kids, and a Nation's Drive to End Welfare. New York: Viking Press, 2004.

Dong, Steven. From Natural Disaster and Social Crisis to Great Success of the Olympic Games: Transparent Governance and Foreign Correspondents in China in 2008. 2011

Duncan, Dayton. Press, Polls and the 1988 Campaign: An Insider's Critique. 1989

Dunsmore, Barry. The Next War: Live? 1996

E

Easton, Nina. Rebelling Against the Rich: Lessons from the media’s coverage of the 1% divide. 2012.

F

Fathi, Nazila. Dispatches From an Unfinished Uprising: The Role of Technology in the 2009 Iranian Protest Movement. 2012.

Fiedler, Tom. The Road to Wikipolitics: Life and Death of the Modern Presidential Primary, b. 1968 – d. 2008. 2008

Fox, William John. Junk News: Can Public Broadcasters Buck the Tabloid Tendencies of Market-Driven Journalism? A Canadian Experience. 1997

Fremont-Smith, Marion. Can Nonprofits Save Journalism? Legal Constraints and Opportunities. 2009

G

Geer, John G. Fanning the Flames: The News Media's Role in the Rise of Negativity in Presidential Campaigns. 2010

Gelber, Alexis. Digital Divas: Women, Politics and the Social Network. 2011

Gibbons, Gene. Ants at the Picnic: A Status Report on News Coverage of State Government. 2010

Gibson, Charles. Restoring Comity to Congress. 2011

Gidengil, Elisabeth, and Joanna Everitt. Talking Tough: Gender and Reported Speech in Campaign News Coverage. 2000

Gilboa, Eytan. The Global News Networks and U.S. Policymaking in Defense and Foreign Affairs. 2002

Glass, Andrew J. The War on Terrorism Goes Online: Media and Government Response to First Post-Internet Crisis. 2002

Goldfarb, Michael. Our President/Their Scandal: The Role of the British Press in Keeping the Clinton Scandals Alive. 2000

Gowing, Nik. Real-Time Television Coverage of Armed Conflicts and Diplomatic Crises: Does It Pressure or Distort Foreign Policy Decisions? 1994

Greenway, H.D.S. Anatomy of a Secret. 2012

Grimes, Charlotte. Whither the Civic Journalism Bandwagon? 1999

Gross, Kimberly. Covering Crime in Washington, D.C. 2006

Grossman, Lawrence K. Reflections on Television's Role in American Presidential Elections. 1990

Gup, Ted. Covering the CIA in Times of Crisis: Obstacles and Strategies. 2004

H

Hamby, Peter. Did Twitter Kill the Boys on the Bus? Searching for a better way to cover a campaign. 2013

Hamilton, James T. Media Coverage of Corporate Social Responsibility. 2003

Hamilton, John M., and Eric Jenner. Redefining Foreign Correspondence. 2003

Hammond, William M. Who Were the Saigon Correspondents and Does It Matter? 2000

Hazarika, Sanjoy. From Bhopal to Superfund: The News Media and the Environment. 1994

Henneberger, Melinda. Mom’s Best Advice: How Candidates Who Didn’t Run as Themselves Lost the Message War. 2013

Hilts, Phil. Journalism and Global Health. 2008

Holtz-Bachal, Christina and Pippa Norris. "To entertain, inform and educate." Still the Role of Public Television in the 1990s? 2000

Huey, John; Nisenholtz, Martin; Sagan, Paul. Riptide: What Really Happened to the News Business. 2013

Hutcheon, Stephen J. Pressing Concerns: Hong Kong's Media in an Era of Transition. 1998

I

Ivanova, Katsiaryna. Press Coverage of Belarus, A Newly Independent Country in Transition. 2000

J

Jacobs, Sean. Tensions of a Free Press:  South Africa After Apartheid.  1999

Jakobson, Linda. Lies in Ink, Truth in Blood. 1990

Jones, Jacqueline. Are America and "Old Europe" Reconciled after the War in Iraq, and Does It Matter? An Examination of U.S. and European Reporting of the Outcome of the Presidential Election. 2005

Just, Marion, W. Russell Neuman, Ann Crigler. An Economic Theory of Learning from News. 1992

K

Kalb, Marvin. The Israeli-Hezbollah War of 2006. The Media as a Weapon in Asymmetrical Conflict. 2007

Kalb, Marvin. The Nixon Memo. 1992

Kalb, Marvin. The Rise of the New News: A Case Study of Two Root Causes of the Modern Scandal Coverage. 1998

Karabell, Zachary. The Rise and Fall of the Televised Political Convention. 1998

Kelley, Loen. Frenemies: Network News and YouTube. 2010

Kelly, Paul. The Race Issue In Australia's 2001 Election: A Creation of Politicians or the Press? 2002

Kendall, Kathleen E. Communication Patterns in Presidential Primaries 1912-2000: Knowing the Rules of the Game. 1998

Kern, Montague, and Marion Just. How Voters Construct Images of Political Candidates: The Role of Political Advertising and Televised News. 1994

Khan, Wajahat S. A Generally Bellicose Society's Antisocial Media: Reporting Murder & Debating God in a Nation at War. 2011

Klvaňa,Tomáš P. New Europe's Civil Society, Democracy and the Media Thirteen Years After: The Story of the Czech Republic. 2004

Kundra, Vivek. Digital Fuel of the 21st Century: Innovation through Open Data and the Network Effect. 2012.

Kundra, Vivek. Reflections on Public Service. 2011.

L

Lambert, Richardt. Misunderstanding Each Other. 2003

Lanouette, William. Tritium and the Times: How the Nuclear Weapons-Production Scandal Became a National Story. 1990

Lawrence, Regina G. Framing Obesity: The Evolution of News Discourse on a Public Health Issue. 2004

Lehmann, Ingrid A. Exploring the Transatlantic Media Divide Over Iraq: How and Why U.S and German Media Differed in Reporting on U.N. Weapons Inspections in Iraq: 2002–2003.  2004

Lewis, Charles. The Growing Importance of Nonprofit Journalism. 2007

Lewis, Neil A. Israel in The New York Times Over the Decades: A Changed Narrative and Its Impact on Jewish Readers. 2012

Li, Xiguang. Great Sound Makes No Noise — Creeping Freedoms in Chinese Press. 2000

Lichtenberg, Judith. The Politics of Character and the Character of Journalism. 1989

Lithgow, Lynette. A Question of Relativity: The Role of the News Media in Shaping the View of Women in Asian Political Dynasties. 2000

Livingston, Steven. Clarifying the CNN Effect: An Examination of Media Effects According to Type of Military Intervention. 1997

Loth, Renée. What's Black and White and Re-Tweeted All Over? Teaching news literacy in a digital age. 2012

M

MacKinnon, Rebecca. The World-Wide Conversation: Online Participatory Media and International News. 2004

Madrick, Jeff. The Business Media and the New Economy. 2001

Maier, Michael. Journalism without Journalists: Vision or Caricature? 2007

Margueritte, Bernard. Post-Communist Eastern Europe: The Difficult Birth of a Free Press. 1995

Mathis, Deborah. No Seat at the Table: The Black-White Appearance Gap in the Election 2000 Story. 2001

Mayer, Fritz. Stories of Climate Change Competing Narratives, the Media, and U.S. Public Opinion 2001–2010. 2012

McEnteer, James. Changing Lanes on the Inside Track: The Career Shuttle Between Journalism, Politics and Government. 1991

McKelvey, Tara. Media Coverage of the Drone Program. 2013

McKinnon, Mark. Gone Rogue: Time to Reform the Presidential Primary Debates. 2012

Merkushev, Alexander. The Russian and Soviet Press: A Long Journey from Suppression to Freedom via Suppression and Glasnost.  1991

Milburn, Michael, and Justin Brown. Busted By the Ad Police: Journalists' Coverage of Political Campaign Ads in the 1992 Presidential Campaign.  1995

Mirsky, Jonathan. Getting the Story in China: American Reporters Since 1972. 2000

Mitchell, Bill. Clues in the Rubble: A User-First Framework for Sustaining Local News. 2010

Mnookin, Seth. Setting the Agenda: the New York Times' Jayson Blair Report and Its Impact on American Media. 2005

Mnookin, Seth. Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media. New York: Random House, 2005

Moeller, Susan. A Hierarchy of Innocence: The Media's Use of Children in the Telling of International News. 2002

Moisy, Claude. The Foreign News Flow in the Information Age. 1996

Molnar, Peter. The New York Times Rule on the Net or in the World. 2000

Morin, Richard. Rainbow's End: Public Support for Democracy in the New South Africa. 2000

Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina. State into Public: The Failed Reform of State TV in East Central Europe. 2000

N

Negbi, Moshe. The Enemy Within: The Effect of "Private Censorship" on Press Freedom and How to Confront It: An Israeli Perspective. 1998

Nelson, Jack. U.S. Government Secrecy and the Current Crackdown on Leaks. 2003

Nisbet, Matthew C. Nature’s Prophet: Bill McKibben as Journalist, Public Intellectual and Activist. 2013

Nisenholtz, Martin; Huey, John; Sagan, Paul. Riptide: What Really Happened to the News Business. 2013

Nolan, Martin F. Orwell Meets Nixon: When and Why "The Press" became "The Media." 2005

Nguyen, Tuan Anh. From VietNet to VietNam Net: Ten Years of Electronic Media in VietNam. 2008

Nyaira, Sandra. Mugabe's Media War: How New Media Help Zimbabwean Journalists Tell Their Story. 2009

O

O'Connor, Rory. Word of Mouse: Credibility, Journalism and Emerging Social Media. 2009

O'Shea, James. Up Against a Saint and a Dead Man. 2009

Okrent, Daniel. Public Editor #1: The Collected Columns (with Reflections, Reconsiderations, and Even a Few Retractions) of the First Ombudsman of The New York Times. New York: PublicAffairs, 2008

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Parker, Richard. The Future of Global Television News. 1994

Parker, Richard. Journalism and Economics: The Tangled Webs of Profession, Narrative, and Responsibility in a Modern Democracy. 1997

Partlow, Joshua. Podium Wars: President Hamid Karzai, the Foreign Press, and the Afghan War. 2013

Picard, Robert. Journalism, Value Creation and the Future of News Organizations. 2006

Poggioli, Sylvia. The Media in Europe After 1992: A Case Study of La Republica. 1991

Pooley, Eric. How Much Would You Pay to Save the Planet? The American Press and the Economics of Climate Change. 2009

Powers, William. Hamlet's Blackberry. Why Paper Is Eternal. 2006

Q

Quiroga, Jorge. Hispanic Voices: Is the Press Listening? 1995

R

Randal, Jonathan. The Decline, But Not Yet Total Fall, of Foreign News in the U.S. Media. 2000

Ravi, Narasimhan. Different Stories: How the Newspapers in the United States, Britain and South Asia Covered the Iraq War. 2004

Reedy, Margie. Cable News Goes to War: Is Objectivity a Casualty? 2003

Renshon, Stanley. Political Leadership in a Divided Electorate: Assessing Character Issues in the 2000 Presidential Campaign. 2001

Rohde, David. "All Successful Democracies Need Freedom of Speech": American Efforts to Create a Vibrant Free Press in Iraq and Afghanistan. 2005

Roshco, Bernard. When Policy Fails: How the Buck Was Passed When Kuwait Was Invaded. 1992

Rothmyer, Karen. They Wanted Journalists to Say 'Wow': How NGOs Affect U.S. Media Coverage of Africa. 2011

Rowe, Sandy. Partners of Necessity: The Case for Collaboration in Local Investigative Reporting. 2011

Russell, Cristine. Covering Controversial Science: Improving Reporting on Science and Public Policy. 2006

Russo, Michael A. The Church, the Press, and Abortion: Catholic Leadership and Public Communication. 1991

Ryan, Kevin T. Army Manpower and the War on Terror. 2006

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Sagan, Paul; Huey, John; Nisenholtz, Martin. Riptide: What Really Happened to the News Business. 2013

Sanchez Gonzalez, Santiago. The American Pattern of Freedom of the Press: A Model to Follow? 1992

Sanders, Alex. The Reporters. 2005

Scammell, Margaret. The Wisdom of the War Room: U.S. Campaigning and Americanization. 1997

Scheufele, Dietram A. Modern Citizenship or Policy Dead End? Evaluating the Need for Public Participation in Science Policy Making, and Why Public Meetings May Not Be the Answer. 2011

Schultz, Richard. Measuring Media Diversity: Problems and Prospects. 2005

Schwartz, Maralee. Getting It for Free: When Foundations Provide the News on Health. 2009

Shai, Nachman. The Spokesperson — In the Crossfire: A Decade of Israeli Defense Crises from an Official Spokesperson's Perspective. 1998

Siegal, Allan. Secrets about Secrets: The Backstage Conversations between Press and Government. 2007

Sinduhije, Alexis. A Voyage Never Ended 2000

Sinduhije, Alexis. Ijambo: Speaking Truth Amidst Genocide. 1998

Singh, Ramindar. Covering September 11 and Its Consequences: A Comparative Study of the Press in America, India and Pakistan. 2002

Slaby, Michael. Mapping the New World: Lessons from the Obama Campaigns. 2013

Sleeper, Jim. Should American Journalism Make Us Americans? 1999

Smith, Erna. Transmitting Race: The Los Angeles Riot in Television News. 1994

Snider, J.H. Would You Ask Turkeys to Mandate Thanksgiving? The Dismal Politics of Legislative Transparency. 2008

Sobel, Richard. Portraying American Public Opinion toward the Bosnia Crisis (abstract). The International Journal of Press/Politics, March 1998 vol. 3 no. 2, 16–33.

Sproul, Robin. Exit Polls: Better or Worse Since the 2000 Election? 2008

Stein, Elizabeth. Mainstream Newspaper Coverage. A Barometer of Government Tolerance for Anti-Regime Expression in Authoritarian Brazil. 2007

Stephens, Mitchell. Beyond News: The Case for Wisdom Journalism. 2009

Storin, Matthew V. While America Slept: Coverage of Terrorism from 1993 to September 11, 2001. 2002

T

Tomasky, Michael. Whispers and Screams: The Partisan Nature of Editorial Pages. 2003

Traugott, Michael. Changes in Media Polling in Recent Presidential Campaigns: Moving from Good to "Average" at CNN. 2009

Trimble, Jeff. Spreading the Word: The KGB's Image-Building Under Gorbachev. 1997

V

Volkmer, Ingrid. Dialectical Spaces in the Global Public Sphere: Media Memories across Generations. 2003

W

Ward, Stephen. Pragmatic News Objectivity: Objectivity With a Human Face. 1999

Watkins, John J. Expanding the Public's Right to Know: Access to Settlement Records under the First Amendment. 1990

Williams, Stephen. The Power of TV News: An Insider's Perspective on the Launch of BBC Persian TV in the Year of the Iranian Uprising. 2010

Winfield, Betty Houchin. Two Commanders-in-Chief: Free Expression's Most Severe Test. 1992

Wolfsfeld, Gadi. The Role of the News Media in Unequal Political Conflicts: From the Intifada to the Gulf War and Back Again. 1993

Wolfson, Lewis W. Through the Revolving Door: Blurring the Line Between the Press and Government. 1991

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Zelizer, Barbie. Death in Wartime: Photographs and the "Other War" in Afghanistan. 2005

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2014

Copps, Michael. A Letter to Journalists from a Former FCC Commissioner. 2014

Aitken, Lee. The Campaign Casino: Elections Have Become a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme, and the Press Is Missing the Story. 2014

2013

Slaby, Michael. Mapping the New World: Lessons from the Obama Campaigns. 2013

Huey, John; Nisenholtz, Martin; Sagan, Paul. Riptide: What Really Happened to the News Business. 2013

Hamby, Peter. Did Twitter Kill the Boys on the Bus? Searching for a better way to cover a campaign. 2013

Henneberger, Melinda. Mom’s Best Advice: How Candidates Who Didn’t Run as Themselves Lost the Message War. 2013

Nisbet, Matthew C. Nature’s Prophet: Bill McKibben as Journalist, Public Intellectual and Activist. 2013

McKelvey, Tara. Media Coverage of the Drone Program. 2013

Partlow, Joshua. Podium Wars: President Hamid Karzai, the Foreign Press, and the Afghan War. 2013

2012

Easton, Nina. Rebelling Against the Rich: Lessons from the media’s coverage of the 1% divide. 2012

Fathi, Nazila. Dispatches From an Unfinished Uprising: The Role of Technology in the 2009 Iranian Protest Movement. 2012

Greenway, H.D.S. Anatomy of a Secret. 2012

Kundra, Vivek. Digital Fuel of the 21st Century: Innovation through Open Data and the Network Effect. 2012

Lewis, Neil A. Israel in The New York Times Over the Decades: A Changed Narrative and Its Impact on Jewish Readers. 2012

Loth, Renée. What's Black and White and Re-Tweeted All Over? Teaching news literacy in a digital age. 2012

Mayer, Fritz. Stories of Climate Change Competing Narratives, the Media, and U.S. Public Opinion 2001–2010. 2012

McKinnon, Mark. Gone Rogue: Time to Reform the Presidential Primary Debates. 2012

2011

Khan, Wajahat S. A Generally Bellicose Society's Antisocial Media: Reporting Murder & Debating God in a Nation at War. 2011

Kundra, Vivek. Reflections on Public Service. 2011

Calo, Bob. Disengaged: Elite Media in a Vernacular Nation. 2011

Gelber, Alexis. Digital Divas: Women, Politics and the Social Network. 2011

Rowe, Sandy. Partners of Necessity: The Case for Collaboration in Local Investigative Reporting. 2011

Gibson, Charles. Restoring Comity to Congress. 2011

Rothmyer, Karen. They Wanted Journalists to Say 'Wow': How NGOs Affect U.S. Media Coverage of Africa. 2011

Scheufele, Dietram A. Modern Citizenship or Policy Dead End? Evaluating the Need for Public Participation in Science Policy Making, and Why Public Meetings May Not Be the Answer. 2011

2010

Amos, Deborah. Confusion, Contradiction and Irony: The Iraqi Media in 2010. 2010

Dong, Steven. From Natural Disaster and Social Crisis to Great Success of the Olympic Games: Transparent Governance and Foreign Correspondents in China in 2008. 2011

Geer, John G. Fanning the Flames: The News Media's Role in the Rise of Negativity in Presidential Campaigns. 2010

Gibbons, Gene. Ants at the Picnic: A Status Report on News Coverage of State Government. 2010

Kelley, Loen. Frenemies: Network News and YouTube. 2010

Mitchell, Bill. Clues in the Rubble: A User-First Framework for Sustaining Local News. 2010

Williams, Stephen. The Power of TV News: An Insider's Perspective on the Launch of BBC Persian TV in the Year of the Iranian Uprising. 2010

2009

Blendon, Robert. The American Public and the Next Phase of the Health Care Reform Debate. 2009

Fremont-Smith, Marion. Can Nonprofits Save Journalism? Legal Constraints and Opportunities. 2009

Nyaira, Sandra. Mugabe's Media War: How New Media Help Zimbabwean Journalists Tell Their Story. 2009

O'Connor, Rory. Word of Mouse: Credibility, Journalism and Emerging Social Media. 2009

O'Shea, James. Up Against a Saint and a Dead Man. 2009.

Pooley, Eric. How Much Would You Pay to Save the Planet? The American Press and the Economics of Climate Change. 2009

Schwartz, Maralee. Getting It for Free: When Foundations Provide the News on Health. 2009

Stephens, Mitchell. Beyond News: The Case for Wisdom Journalism. 2009

Traugott, Michael. Changes in Media Polling in Recent Presidential Campaigns: Moving from Good to "Average" at CNN. 2009

2008

Becker, Elizabeth. Lost in the Travel Pages: The Global Industry Hiding Inside the Sunday Newspaper. 2008

Cowan, Geoffrey. Leading the Way to Better News: The Role of Leadership in a World Where Most of the "Powers That Be" Became the "Powers That Were." 2008

Davis, Richard. A Symbiotic Relationship Between Journalists and Bloggers. 2008

Fiedler, Tom. The Road to Wikipolitics: Life and Death of the Modern Presidential Primary, b. 1968 – d. 2008. 2008

Hilts, Phil. Journalism and Global Health. 2008

Nguyen, Tuan Anh. From VietNet to VietNam Net: Ten Years of Electronic Media in VietNam. 2008

Snider, J.H. Would You Ask Turkeys to Mandate Thanksgiving? The Dismal Politics of Legislative Transparency. 2008

Sproul, Robin. Exit Polls: Better or Worse Since the 2000 Election? 2008

2007

Carroll, Jill. Foreign News Coverage: The U.S. Media's Undervalued Asset. 2007

Kalb, Marvin. The Israeli-Hezbollah War of 2006. The Media as a Weapon in Asymmetrical Conflict. 2007

Lewis, Charles. The Growing Importance of Nonprofit Journalism. 2007

Maier, Michael. Journalism without Journalists: Vision or Caricature? 2007

Siegal, Allan. Secrets about Secrets: The Backstage Conversations between Press and Government. 2007

Stein, Elizabeth. Mainstream Newspaper Coverage. A Barometer of Government Tolerance for Anti-Regime Expression in Authoritarian Brazil. 2007

2006

Ahlers, Douglas. News Consumption and the New Electronic Media. 2006. (Published in the Winter 2006 issue of the Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics.)

Anable, David. The Role of Georgia's Media — and Western Aid — in the Rose Revolution. 2006

Baird, Julia. Soft Power and Hard Views: How American Commentators are Spreading over the World's Opinion Pages. 2006

Carroll, John S. What Will Become of Newspapers? 2006

Gross, Kimberly. Covering Crime in Washington, D.C. 2006

Picard, Robert. Journalism, Value Creation and the Future of News Organizations. 2006

Powers, William. Hamlet's Blackberry. Why Paper Is Eternal. 2006

Russell, Cristine. Covering Controversial Science: Improving Reporting on Science and Public Policy. 2006

Ryan, Kevin T. Army Manpower and the War on Terror. 2006

2005

Jones, Jacqueline. Are America and "Old Europe" Reconciled after the War in Iraq, and Does It Matter? An Examination of U.S. and European Reporting of the Outcome of the Presidential Election. 2005

Mnookin, Seth. Setting the Agenda: the New York Times' Jayson Blair Report and Its Impact on American Media. 2005

Nolan, Martin F. Orwell Meets Nixon: When and Why "The Press" Became "The Media." 2005

Rohde, David. "All Successful Democracies Need Freedom of Speech": American Efforts to Create a Vibrant Free Press in Iraq and Afghanistan. 2005

Sanders, Alex. The Reporters. 2005

Schultz, Richard. Measuring Media Diversity: Problems and Prospects. 2005

Zelizer, Barbie. Death in Wartime: Photographs and the "Other War" in Afghanistan. 2005

2004

Gup, Ted. Covering the CIA in Times of Crisis: Obstacles and Strategies. 2004

Klvaňa,Tomáš P. New Europe's Civil Society, Democracy and the Media Thirteen Years After: The Story of the Czech Republic. 2004

Lawrence, Regina G. Framing Obesity: The Evolution of News Discourse on a Public Health Issue. 2004

Lehmann, Ingrid A. Exploring the Transatlantic Media Divide Over Iraq: How and Why U.S and German Media Differed in Reporting on U.N. Weapons Inspections in Iraq: 2002–2003.  2004

MacKinnon, Rebecca. The World-Wide Conversation: Online Participatory Media and International News. 2004

Ravi, Narasimhan. Different Stories: How the Newspapers in the United States, Britain and South Asia Covered the Iraq War. 2004

2003

Hamilton, James T. Media Coverage of Corporate Social Responsibility. 2003

Hamilton, John M., and Eric Jenner, Redefining Foreign Correspondence. 2003

Lambert, Richardt. Misunderstanding Each Other. 2003

Nelson, Jack. U.S. Government Secrecy and the Current Crackdown on Leaks. 2003

Reedy, Margie. Cable News Goes to War: Is Objectivity a Casualty? 2003

Tomasky, Michael. Whispers and Screams: The Partisan Nature of Editorial Pages. 2003

Volkmer, Ingrid. Dialectical Spaces in the Global Public Sphere: Media Memories across Generations. 2003

2002

Barnhurst, Kevin G. The Content of Reports on U.S. Newspaper Internet Sites. 2002

Barnhurst, Kevin G. The Form of Reports on U.S. Newspaper Internet Sites. 2002

Bergstrom, Hans. Age in the Press. 2002

Gilboa, Eytan. The Global News Networks and U.S. Policymaking in Defense and Foreign Affairs. 2002

Glass, Andrew J. The War on Terrorism Goes Online: Media and Government Response to First Post-Internet Crisis. 2002

Kelly, Paul. The Race Issue in Australia's 2001 Election: A Creation of Politicians or the Press? 2002

Moeller, Susan. A Hierarchy of Innocence: The Media's Use of Children in the Telling of International News. 2002

Singh, Ramindar. Covering September 11 and Its Consequences: A Comparative Study of the Press in America, India and Pakistan. 2002

Storin, Matthew V. While America Slept: Coverage of Terrorism from 1993 to September 11, 2001. 2002

2001

Madrick, Jeff. The Business Media and the New Economy. 2001

Mathis, Deborah. No Seat at the Table: The Black-White Appearance Gap in the Election 2000 Story. 2001

Renshon, Stanley. Political Leadership in a Divided Electorate: Assessing Character Issues in the 2000 Presidential Campaign. 2001

2000

Bates, Stephen. The Reporter's Privilege, Then and Now. 2000

Benson, Thomas W. Speechwriting, Speechmaking, and the Press: The Kennedy Administration and the Bay of Pigs. 2000

Bullert, B.J. Strategic Public Relations, Sweatshops, and the Making of a Global Movement. 2000

Gidengil, Elisabeth, and Joanna Everitt. Talking Tough: Gender and Reported Speech in Campaign News Coverage. 2000

Goldfarb, Michael. Our President/Their Scandal: The Role of the British Press in Keeping the Clinton Scandals Alive. 2000

Hammond, William M. Who Were the Saigon Correspondents and Does It Matter? 2000

Ivanova, Katsiaryna. Press Coverage of Belarus, A Newly Independent Country in Transition. 2000

Li, Xiguang. Great Sound Makes No Noise — Creeping Freedoms in Chinese Press. 2000

Lithgow, Lynette. A Question of Relativity: The Role of the News Media in Shaping the View of Women in Asian Political Dynasties. 2000

Mirsky, Jonathan. Getting the Story in China: American Reporters Since 1972. 2000

Molnar, Peter. The New York Times Rule on the Net or in the World. 2000

Morin, Richard. Rainbow's End: Public Support for Democracy in the New South Africa. 2000

Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina. State into Public: The Failed Reform of State TV in East Central Europe. 2000

Randal, Jonathan. The Decline, But Not Yet Total Fall, of Foreign News in the U.S. Media. 2000

Sinduhije, Alexis. A Voyage Never Ended 2000

1999

Grimes, Charlotte. Whither the Civic Journalism Bandwagon? 1999

Jacobs, Sean. Tensions of a Free Press:  South Africa After Apartheid.  1999

Sleeper, Jim. Should American Journalism Make Us Americans? 1999

Ward, Stephen. Pragmatic News Objectivity:  Objectivity With a Human Face. 1999

1998

Bennett, Lisa. The Perpetuation of Prejudice in Reporting on Gays and Lesbians — Time and Newsweek: The First Fifty Years. 1998

Bentivegna, Sara. Talking Politics on the Net. 1998

Chung, Connie. The Business of Getting "The Get":  Nailing an Exclusive Interview in Prime Time. 1998

Cooke, Tim. Prepared for War, Ready for Peace?: Paramilitaries, Politics, and the Press in Northern Ireland. 1998

Hutcheon, Stephen J. Pressing Concerns: Hong Kong's Media in an Era of Transition. 1998

Kalb, Marvin. The Rise of the New News: A Case Study of Two Root Causes of the Modern Scandal Coverage. 1998

Karabell, Zachary. The Rise and Fall of the Televised Political Convention. 1998

Kendall, Kathleen E. Communication Patterns in Presidential Primaries 1912–2000: Knowing the Rules of the Game. 1998

Negbi, Moshe. The Enemy Within: The Effect of "Private Censorship" on Press Freedom and How to Confront It: An Israeli Perspective. 1998

Shai, Nachman., The Spokesperson — In the Crossfire: A Decade of Israeli Defense Crises from an Official Spokesperson's Perspective. 1998

Sinduhije, Alexis. Ijambo: Speaking Truth Amidst Genocide. 1998

Sobel, Richard. Portraying American Public Opinion toward the Bosnia Crisis (abstract). The International Journal of Press/Politics, March 1998 vol. 3 no. 2, 16–33.

1997

Carroll, James. Shoah in the News: Patterns and Meanings of News Coverage of the Holocaust. 1997

Fox, William John. Junk News: Can Public Broadcasters Buck the Tabloid Tendencies of Market-Driven Journalism? A Canadian Experience. 1997

Livingston, Steven. Clarifying the CNN Effect: An Examination of Media Effects According to Type of Military Intervention. 1997

Parker, Richard. Journalism and Economics: The Tangled Webs of Profession, Narrative, and Responsibility in a Modern Democracy. 1997

Scammell, Margaret. The Wisdom of the War Room:  U.S. Campaigning and Americanization. 1997

Trimble, Jeff. Spreading the Word: The KGB's Image-Building Under Gorbachev. 1997

1996

Conaway, Carol B. Framing Identity:  The Press in Crown Heights.  1996

Dunsmore, Barry. The Next War: Live? 1996

Moisy, Claude. The Foreign News Flow in the Information Age. 1996

1995

Carper, Alison. Paint-By-Numbers Journalism: How Reader Surveys and Focus Groups Subvert a Democratic Press. 1995

Adeyemi, Adeyinka. The Nigerian Press Under the Military: Persecution, Resilience and Political Crisis (1983–1993). 1995

Margueritte, Bernard. Post-Communist Eastern Europe: The Difficult Birth of a Free Press. 1995

Milburn, Michael, and Justin Brown. Busted By the Ad Police: Journalists' Coverage of Political Campaign Ads in the 1992 Presidential Campaign.  1995

Quiroga, Jorge. Hispanic Voices: Is the Press Listening? 1995

1994

Alger, Dean. The Media, the Public and the Development of Candidates' Images in the 1992 Presidential Election.  1994

Baker, C. Edwin. Ownership of Newspapers: The View from Positivist Social Science. 1994

Bok, Sissela. TV Violence, Children and the Press: Eight Rationales Inhibiting Public Policy Debates. 1994

Gowing, Nik. Real-Time Television Coverage of Armed Conflicts and Diplomatic Crises: Does It Pressure or Distort Foreign Policy Decisions? 1994

Hazarika, Sanjoy. From Bhopal to Superfund: The News Media and the Environment. 1994

Kern, Montague, and Marion Just. How Voters Construct Images of Political Candidates: The Role of Political Advertising and Televised News. 1994

Parker, Richard. The Future of Global Television News. 1994

Smith, Erna. Transmitting Race: The Los Angeles Riot in Television News. 1994

1993

Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs. Shadowboxing with Stereotypes: The Press, The Public, and the Candidates' Wives. 1993

Wolfsfeld, Gadi. The Role of the News Media in Unequal Political Conflicts: From the Intifada to the Gulf War and Back Again. 1993

1992

Just, Marion, W. Russell Neuman, Ann Crigler. An Economic Theory of Learning from News. 1992

Kalb, Marvin. The Nixon Memo. 1992

Roshco, Bernard. When Policy Fails: How the Buck Was Passed When Kuwait Was Invaded. 1992

Sanchez Gonzalez, Santiago. The American Pattern of Freedom of the Press: A Model to Follow? 1992

Winfield, Betty Houchin. Two Commanders-in-Chief: Free Expression's Most Severe Test. 1992

1991

Cook, Timothy. Notes for the Next Epidemic, Part One: Lessons from News Coverage of AIDS. 1991

Davis, Glyn. Different Strokes: Public Broadcasting in America and Australia. 1991

McEnteer, James. Changing Lanes on the Inside Track: The Career Shuttle Between Journalism, Politics and Government. 1991

Merkushev, Alexander. The Russian and Soviet Press: A Long Journey from Suppression to Freedom via Suppression and Glasnost.  1991

Poggioli, Sylvia. The Media in Europe After 1992: A Case Study of La Republica. 1991

Russo, Michael A. The Church, the Press, and Abortion:  Catholic Leadership and Public Communication. 1991

Wolfson, Lewis W. Through the Revolving Door: Blurring the Line Between the Press and Government. 1991

1990

Adatto, Kiku. Sound Bite Democracy:  Network Evening News Presidential Campaign Coverage, 1968 and 1988. 1990

Bok, Sissela. School for Scandal. 1990

Buhl, Dieter. Window to the West:  How Television from the Federal Republic Influenced Events in East Germany. 1990

Grossman, Lawrence K. Reflections on Television's Role in American Presidential Elections. 1990

Jakobson, Linda. Lies in Ink, Truth in Blood. 1990

Lanouette, William. Tritium and the Times: How the Nuclear Weapons-Production Scandal Became a National Story. 1990

Watkins, John J. Expanding the Public's Right to Know: Access to Settlement Records under the First Amendment.  1990

1989

Duncan, Dayton. Press, Polls and the 1988 Campaign: An Insider's Critique. 1989

Lichtenberg, Judith. The Politics of Character and the Character of Journalism. 1989

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