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CCI Research Presentations and Publications

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Book Chapter
Ashdown, P. G. (1992).  James Agee. (Connery, T. B., Ed.).A Sourcebook of American Literary Journalism: Representative Writers in an Emerging Genre. 197-204.
Ashdown, P. G. (1996).  James Agee. Encyclopedia Americana. A, 330-331.
Ashdown, P. G. (1997).  Joan Didion, American Literary Journalists 1945-1995. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 185, 69-77.
Caudill, E. C., & Farmer B. (1993).  John Seigenthaler. (Ashley, P., Ed.).American Newspaper Publishers (1951-1990).
Conference Paper
Luther, C. A. (2009).  Japanese Fashion Magazines as Reflections of Gender-Related Societal Changes in Japan. AEJMC Conference.
Blakeman, R. (2008).  Joined at the Adversarial Hip: Understanding the Relationship Between Account Service and Creative. AAA Conference.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  Journal Reading in Universities: Comparing the U.S. and Australia. The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series.
Tenopir, C. (2003).  Journal Reading Patterns of Medical Faculty in a Digital Age. Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association.
Swan, S. (2007).  Journalism and Broadcast Education in the Middle East. Broadcast Education Association.
Wirth, M. O. (2005).  Journalism and Communication Education: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities. China International Forum of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University School of Journalism & Communication’s 50th Anniversary Celebration.
Gross, P. (1998).  Journalism and the Remaking of Political Culture in Eastern Europe. The Profession of Journalism in a Democratic Society. East-West Perspectives Conference.
Caudill, E. C., Singletary M. W., & Caudill S. M. (1986).  Journalist Wanted: Trade Journal Want Ads As Indicators of Professional Standards. Southeastern Regional Colloquium of Newspaper, History and Law Divisions of AEJMC.
Journal Article
Caudill, E. C. (1989).  James K. Polk and the Press. Media History Digest. 34-43.
Luther, C. A., & Nentl N. (2001).  Japanese Teenage Girls: Their Ad-Inspired Social Comparison Behavior and Perceptions of Women’s Roles. Gazette: The Journal of International Communication. 63, 25-40.
Bishop, B. Wade, Cadle A. W., & Grubesic T. H. (2015).  Job Analyses of Emerging Information Professions: A Survey Validation of the American Library Association's Map and Geospatial Information Round Table (MAGIRT) Core Competencies to Inform Geographic Information Librarianship (GIL) Curriculum. Library Quarterly.
Barry, J., Griffiths J-M., & Wang P. (1996).  Jockeying for supremacy in a networked world. Library Journal. 121, 40-51.
Tenopir, C., Mays R., & Wu L. (2011).  Journal Article Growth and Reading Patterns. New Review of Information Networking. 16(1), 4-22.
Tenopir, C., King D. W., Clarke M. T., Na K., & Zhou X. (2007).  Journal Reading Patterns and Preferences of Pediatricians. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 95(1), 56-63.
Gross, P., & King S. (1995).  Journalism Education - One of the Fastest Growing Program Areas in Romanian Higher Education. International Communication Bulletin. 3, 23.
Kenny, T., & Gross P. (2008).  Journalism in Central Asia: A Victim of Politics, Economics, and the Unforeseen, All Pervasive Self-censorship. International Journal of Press/Politics. 13 (4), 515-525.
Caudill, S. M., Caudill E. C., & Singletary M. W. (1987).  Journalist Wanted: Trade Journal Want Ads As Indicators of Professional Standards. Journalism Quarterly. 576-580.
Harmon, M. (1999).  J-school prof learns about pitfalls of journalism on the campaign trail. St. Louis Journalism Review. 11, 14.