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2013

Review of the book Those Girls: Single Women in Sixties and Seventies Popular Culture, by Katerine J. Lehman, Candi C. Carter Olson; Film and History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies

2012

The Morning Cheerleader and the News Quarterback: The Use of the Failure Frame in Coverage of Newswomen's Work, Candi C. Carter Olson; Media Report to Women

2011

Freedom is a Job for All of Us’: The Arkansas State Press and Divisions in the Black Community During the 1957-59 School Crisis, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; The Howard Journal of Communications

Publish and Be Damned: Media Coverage of Women Journalists, Candi C. Carter Olson; National Communication Association Conference

Talking About My Girl': Media Discussions of Women and the Double Blinds They Create, Candi C. Carter Olson; National Communication Association Conference

The White-Black Fault Line”: Relevancy of Race and Racism in Spectators’ Experiences of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, Brenda Cooper; Essays on African American Owned Media

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The Great Typo Hunt: Changing the World One Correction at a Time, Edward C. Pease; Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

2010

Divided Opinion: Black and White Press Coverage of the 1957 Central High Desegregation Crisis, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Divided Opinion: Black and White Press Coverage of the 1957 Central High Desegregation Crisis

Looking Back at the Arkansas Gazette: An Oral History, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Jounalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

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Skyful of Lies’ and Black Swans: The New Tyranny of Shifting Information Power in Crises, Edward C. Pease; Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

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The Decline of the Inquiring Mind, Ted Pease; The Utah Statesman

2009

Friendly Fire: Lita Hornick, Women's Anger and Editorial Power in 1960's Little Magazines, Candi C. Carter Olson; National Communication Association Conference

Mimeo Madness: How the Mimeograph Created a Communication Revolution, Candi C. Carter Olson; National Communication Association Conference

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The Mormons versus the ‘Armies of Satan’: CompetingFrames of Morality in the Brokeback Mountain Controversy in Utah Newspapers, B. Cooper and E. C. Pease; WesternJournal of Communication

The Mormons Versus the “Armies of Satan”: Competing Frames of Morality in the Brokeback Mountain Controversy in Utah Newspapers, Brenda Cooper and E C. Pease; Western Journal of Communication

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Reliable Sources: 100 Years at the National Press Club, Edward C. Pease; Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

2008

Official Sources Dominate Domestic Violence Reporting, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Newspaper Research Journal

The Press and Domestic Violence: Should We Blame the Messenger?, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; The Press and Domestic Violence: Should We Blame the Messenger

Good Mom, Bad Mom: Popular Culture and Hegemonic Ideals of Motherhood, Candi C. Carter Olson; National Women's Studies Association Conference

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Framing Brokeback Mountain: How the Popular PressCorralled the ‘Gay Cowboy Movie, B. Cooper and E. C. Pease; Critical Studies in Media Communication

Framing Brokeback Mountain: How the Popular Press Corralled the “Gay Cowboy Movie.”, Brenda Cooper and E C. Pease; Critical Studies in Media Communication

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Booknotes, Edward C. Pease; Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

2007

Framing Domestic Violence Fatalities: Coverage by Utah Newspapers, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Women's Studies in Communication

News and Social Ferment: The Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Crisis of 1957, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Southwestern Mass Communication Journal

Women on the Bus: Little Magazines and Women Beat Editors, Candi C. Carter Olson; National Communication Association Conference

News, Race, and the Status Quo: The Case of Emmett Louis Till., M Spratt, Cathy Ferrand Bullock, G Baldasty, F Clark, A Halavais, M McCluskey, and S Schrenk; The Howard Journal of Communications

2006

Collaborating With the Media to Promote Resiliency Within Families, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Collaborating With the Media to Promote Resiliency Within Families

Domestic Violence and Public Information: Three Views of Media, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Domestic Violence and Public Information: Three Views of Media

Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities by Newspapers in Washington State, Cathy Ferrand Bullock and J Cubert; Constructing Crime: Perspectives on Making News and Social Problems, 2nd ed.

Verity and Fallacies: How Luke and Capote Used the Arts of Fiction to Create "Truer Truth", Candi C. Carter Olson; Rocky Mountain-Great Plains Regional Society of Biblical Literatures Conference

Brokeback’ Heartache Hits Close to Home, Brenda Cooper; Logan Herald Journal

2005

Selected Findings From Study of Utah Newspapers’ Coverage of Domestic Violence, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Selected Findings from Study of Utah Newspapers' Coverage of Domestic Violence

2004

Images of Violence: Utah Newspaper Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Images of Violence: Utah Newspaper Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities

Understanding Patterns of Domestic Violence: North Carolina Tragedy Underscores Need for Knowledge, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma Web site

Hollywood’s Distortions of Women of Color and Their Stories, Brenda Cooper; Ethnic Media in America: Images, Audiences and Transforming Forces

The White-Black Fault Line”: Relevancy of Race and Racism in Spectators’ Experiences of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, Brenda Cooper; Ethnic Media in America: Images, Audiences and Transforming Forces

2003

Images of Violence in the Land of Family Values: Utah Newspapers’ Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Images of Violence in the Land of Family Values: Utah Newspapers’ Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities

2002

News and Social Ferment: The Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Crisis of 1957, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; News and Social Ferment: The Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Crisis of 1957

Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities by Newspapers in Washington State, Cathy Ferrand Bullock and J Cubert; Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Group Affiliations, Opinion Polarization, and Global Organizations: Views of the World Trade Organization Before and After Seattle, Cathy Ferrand Bullock, M McCluskey, K Stamm, K Tanaka, M Torres, and C Scott; Mass Communication & Society

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‘Don’t Want No Short People ’Round Here’: ConfrontingHeterosexism’s Intolerance Through Comic and Disruptive Narratives in Ally McBeal, B. Cooper and E. C. Pease; Western Journal of Communication

Boys Don’t Cry & Female Masculinity: Reclaiming a Life and Dismantling the Politics of Normative Heterosexuality, Brenda Cooper; Critical Studies in Media Communication

Don’t Want No Short People ’Round Here”: Confronting Heterosexism’s Intolerance Through Comic and Disruptive Narratives in Ally McBeal.”, Brenda Cooper and E C. Pease; Western Journal of Communication

2001

Underreporting of Domestic Violence in Washington State, Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Underreporting of Domestic Violence in Washington State

Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities by Newspapers in Washington State, Cathy Ferrand Bullock and J Cubert; Coverage of Domestic Violence Fatalities by Newspapers in Washington State

Public Evaluations of the Communication Practices of a Global Organization, Cathy Ferrand Bullock, K Stamm, M McCluskey, D Messerschmidt, C Scott, K Tanaka, and M Torres; Public Evaluations of the Communication Practices of a Global Organization

Short People Got No Reason to Live’: Disrupting Heterosexual Ideology in Ally McBeal, B. Cooper and Edward C. Pease; Short People Got No Reason to Live’: Disrupting Heterosexual Ideology in Ally McBeal

Unapologetic Women, ‘Comic Men’ and Feminine Spectatorship in David E. Kelley’s Ally McBeal, Brenda Cooper; Critical Studies in Media Communication

“Don’t Want No Short People ’Round Here”: Disrupting Heterosexual Ideology in the Comic Narratives of Ally McBeal, Brenda Cooper and E C. Pease; “Don’t Want No Short People ’Round Here”: Disrupting Heterosexual Ideology in the Comic Narratives of Ally McBeal

Inside the Newsroom: Journalists’ Views of Domestic Violence and What Shapes Coverage, J Cubert and Cathy Ferrand Bullock; Inside the Newsroom: Journalists’ Views of Domestic Violence and What Shapes Coverage

2000

Public Opinion of the WTO, Cathy Ferrand Bullock, M McCluskey, D Messerschmidt, C Scott, K Stamm, K Tanaka, and M Torres; Public Opinion of the WTO

Chick Flicks’ as Feminist Texts: The Appropriation of the Male Gaze in Thelma & Louise, Brenda Cooper; Women’s Studies in Communication

Lessons from Woody, Brenda Cooper; Newsweek online

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Free Expression in Hollywood: First Amendment and Censorship, Ted Pease, F. Miguel Valenti, Les Brown, and Laurie Trotta; More Than a Movie: Ethics in Entertainment

1999

News, Race, and the Status Quo: The Case of Emmett Louis Till, G Baldasty, Cathy Ferrand Bullock, F Clark, A Halavais, M McCluskey, S Schrenk, and M Spratt; News, Race, and the Status Quo: The Case of Emmett Louis Till

Ally McBeal vs. Hollywood’s Male Gaze—Round One, Brenda Cooper; Ally McBeal vs. Hollywood’s Male Gaze—Round One

Hegemony and Hollywood: A Critique of Cinematic Distortions of Women of Color and Their Stories, Brenda Cooper; American Communication Journal

Relevancy and Gender Identity in Spectators’ Interpretations of Thelma & Louise, Brenda Cooper; Critical Studies in Media Communication

Women ‘Return the Look’: Appropriation of the Male Gaze in Ally McBeal, Brenda Cooper; Women ‘Return the Look’: Appropriation of the Male Gaze in Ally McBeal

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A Purple Yearbook and Free Speech on Campuses, Edward C. Pease; The Chronicle of Higher Education

Minority J-School Grad Employment Waning, Ted Pease; The American Editor

1998

Hegemony and the Re-Creation of Dominant Culture: A Critique of Hollywood’s Cinematic Distortions of Women of Color and Their Stories, Brenda Cooper; Hegemony and the Re-Creation of Dominant Culture: A Critique of Hollywood’s Cinematic Distortions of Women of Color and Their Stories

“‘The White-Black Fault Line’: Relevancy of Race and Racism in Spectators’ Experiences of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing, Brenda Cooper; The Howard Journal of Communication

1997

America’s ‘Rough Ride’ Through Race, Hate Speech and Free Expression, Brenda Cooper; Facing Difference: How the Media Reflect Who We Are

“‘It’s Going to be a Rough Ride, Buddy!’ An Analysis of the Collision Between ‘Hate Speech’ and Free Expression in Students’ Experiences of the Khallid Muhammad Controversy, Brenda Cooper; The Howard Journal of Communication

Two Roads: Caregivers, Families, Friends — USU Exhibit Shares the Lives that AIDS Leaves Behind, Brenda Cooper; Logan Herald Journal

Strategic Silences and Transgressive Metaphors in Out of Africa: Isak Dinesen’s Double-Voiced Rhetoric of Complicity and Subversion, Brenda Cooper and D Descutner; Southern Communication Journal

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The Media in Black and White, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; The News in Black and White

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Publishing Books, Everette E. Dennis, Edward C. Pease, and Craig LaMay; Publishing Books

1996

‘It Had No Voice To It.’: Sydney Pollack’s Film Translation of Isak Dinesen’s Out of Africa, Brenda Cooper and D Descutner; Quaterly Journal of Speech

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Children and the Media, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; Children and the Media

1995

‘It‘s Going To Be Rough Ride, Buddy!’ A Phenomenological Analysis of the Collision Between ‘Hate Speech’ and Free Expression in Students’ Experiences of the Khallid Muhammad Controversy, Brenda Cooper; ‘It‘s Going To Be Rough Ride, Buddy!’ A Phenomenological Analysis of the Collision Between ‘Hate Speech’ and Free Expression in Students’ Experiences of the Khallid Muhammad Controversy

Reading Thelma & Louise: A Phenomenological Analysis of Viewers’ Experiences of Film, Brenda Cooper; Reading Thelma & Louise: A Phenomenological Analysis of Viewers’ Experiences of Film

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The Forgotten Medium, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; Radio - The Forgotten Medium

1994

Empowering Silences: The Strategic Use of Structuring Absences in Isak Dinesen’s Out of Africa, Brenda Cooper and D Descutner; Empowering Silences: The Strategic Use of Structuring Absences in Isak Dinesen’s Out of Africa

From Celebrity Entrepreneur to Civic Hero: Donald Trump’s Campaign of Self-Transformation, Brenda Cooper, D Descutner, and S Alspach; American Heroes in a Media Age

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The Presidency in the New Media Age, Everette E. Dates and Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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The Race for Content, Everette E. Dates and Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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Warping the World—America’s Mangled Images ofRace, Jannette L. Dates and Ted Pease; Media Studies Journal

Children and the Media, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

“Defining Communication’s Role and Identity in the 1990s, Edward C. Pease; Insights: Journal of the Association of Schools of Journalism & Mass Communication

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Race—America’s Rawest Nerve, Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

The Ethics of Image and Intervention: Diplomacy and Media in the Post- Cold War World, Edward C. Pease; Insights on Global Ethics

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The Father of ‘Talk Show Democracy’—On the Line with Larry King, Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

1993

Revelatory Silences: A Critical Analysis of the Structuring Absences in ‘Out of Africa.’, Brenda Cooper; Revelatory Silences: A Critical Analysis of the Structuring Absences in ‘Out of Africa.’

Silences That Speak: The Interaction of Public and Private Discourse in ‘Out of Africa.’, Brenda Cooper; Silences That Speak: The Interaction of Public and Private Discourse in ‘Out of Africa.’

The Politics of Patriarchy in ‘Out of Africa.’, Brenda Cooper; The Politics of Patriarchy in ‘Out of Africa.’

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Radio—The Forgotten Medium, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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The Media and Women Without Apology, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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No Train, No Gain: Continuing Education in Newspaper Newsrooms, Eric Newton, Richard Thein, Brian J. Buchanan, G. Donald Ferree Jr., and Edward C. Pease; No Train, No Gain: Continuing Education in Newspaper Newsrooms

E.W. Scripps’ Thoughts on Journalism in His Final Years, Edward C. Pease; A Celebration of the Legacies of E.W. Scripps: His Life, Works and Heritage

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Global News After the Cold War, Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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Professional Orientation Equals Second-Class Status in Academe, Edward C. Pease; JournalismEducator

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Symposium—In the Media, A Woman’s Place, Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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The Diplomat’s View of the Press and Foreign Policy: A Conversationwith Jack F. Matlock Jr, Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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The Media Scoreboard, Final Round: Lessons of Campaign ’92, Edward C. Pease; The Homestretch: New Politics. New Media. New Voters?

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Who’s Covering What in the Year of the Women?, Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal

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Why Should We Care? The Philosophical and Economic Arguments forMedia Diversity, Edward C. Pease; Pluralizing Journalism Education: AMulticultural Handbook

1992

Conflicting Visions of Isak Dinesen’s Africa, Brenda Cooper; Conflicting Visions of Isak Dinesen’s Africa

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The Fairness Factor, Everette E. Dennis and Edward C. Pease; Media Studies Journal