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CCI Research Presentations and Publications

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Wirth, M. O. (1986).  The Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984: Taxation by Regulation vs. the First Amendment. Fourteenth Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference.
Wirth, M. O. (1989).  Cable System Values: Fact, Fantasy and the Future. Broadcast Financial Management Association's Annual Conference.
Wirth, M. O. (1996).  The Cable Telecommunications Industry: Current Trends and Future Challenges. A*DEC Senior Board Meeting.
Wirth, M. O. (1994).  The Cable Television Industry: An Overview. Women In Cable's National Management Conference,.
Wirth, M. O. (1980).  Cable Television: Its Past and Future. Denver Professional Chapter of Women in Communications.
Wirth, M. O. (1994).  Cable Television: Regulatory Challenges and Future Business Trends and Issues. Walter Kaitz Foundation Finance Seminar.
Wirth, M. O. (1982).  Cable Television: The Blue Sky Revisited. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference.
Gross, P. (2007).  The Cacophony of Democratization: How the Atomized Media Failed and Succeeded in the Post-Comunist Era. “1989 – A Crucial Year for the European History”.
Haas, J. W. (1990).  Calling the pitch: Supervisory-subordinate attempts to control sales presentations. annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association.
Mohan, L., & Potnis D. (2013).  Can Analytics Help Serve the Poor at the Bottom of the Pyramid?. The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Conference on Business Analytics & Operations Research.
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2008).  Can you Teach a New Blog Old Tricks?: How Blog Users Judge Credibility of Different Types of Blog for Information about the Iraqi War . AEJMC Annual Conference.
Harmon, M., & Hudson J. (1995).  Candidate Names as Electoral Cues. Southwest Symposium on Journalism and Mass Communication.
Green, H., & Fleming-May R. (2015).  Capturing Virtual Verse: A Needs Assessment on Access and Preservation of Online-Only Literature. The Annual Conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations.
Tenopir, C. (1990).  CD-ROM. Alaska Library Association Annual Meeting.
Tenopir, C. (1996).  Is CD-ROM Obsolete?. Washington Library Association.
Violanti, M. T. (1997).  Celebrating 100 years: An analysis of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games coverage. annual meeting of the International Communication Association.
Park, S., & Cho M. (2011).  Celebrity charities: Effects of Celebrity Motive Attribution, Identificaiton and Issue Involvement. American Academy of Advertising.
Park, S., & Cho M. (2010).  Celebrity endorsements and nonprofit charitable organizations: The role of celebrity altruistic motive and identification. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Bilal, D. (2002).  Challenges to children's research: The road ahead. 65th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology.
Tenopir, C. (1996).  Changes in Technology and the Information Flow. Southern Medical Library Association, Memphis.
Swan, S. (2007).  The Changing Face of Television News in Eastern Europe. Broadcast Education Association.
Tenopir, C. (1994).  The Changing Roles of Information Professionals in the 21st Century. Edith Cowan Universit Conference.
Wirth, M. O. (1989).  The Changing Structure of Television at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century. Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention.
Tenopir, C. (1999).  The Changing World of Public Services Librarians, and Can We Ever Cancel Anything. American Library Association Annual Meeting.
Bilal, D. (1999).  Children and graduate students' Web traversal behaviors: Preliminary findings. 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science.
Holt, A., & Carpenter C. (2006).  Children and Sports: Just Do It… or Not? An Investigation of the Relationship Among Children’s Obesity and Media Use. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference.
Bilal, D. (2003).  Children’s categorization and the design of taxonomic categories in search engines. LIDA 2003 Libraries in the Digital Age Conference.
Bowles, D., & Marcum H. (1990).  The Chilling Effect of Libel on Tennessee Newspaper Editors. (Hovland, R., Ed.).Thirteenth Annual Communications Research Symposium College of Communications.
Taylor, M., & Yang A. (2010).  Chinese Activist Organizations' Web Sites: Education, not Activation. International Communication Association (ICA).
Tenopir, C. (1992).  Choices, Choices, Choices ... Full Text on CD-ROM. Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting.
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2007).  Choosing is Believing? How Web Gratifications and Reliance Affect Internet Credibility Among Politically Interested Users.
Harmon, M., & Lee S-Y. (2009).  Class Conflict on the Picket Line: U.S. network TV Newscasts and Strikes. 31st Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, UT.
Hovland, R. (2004).  Classical liberalism and the promotion of addictive goods. Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising.
Ahn, A. H. Y., Wu L., & Haley E. (2011).  The Clearer, the Better?: The Effect of Sufficient Clarification and Specificity of Risk Disclosure in Broadcast Direct-to-Consumer Advertising. AEJMC.
McOmber, J.B.., & Kaye B. K. (2013).  Cliffpocalypsemageddonacaust: Analysis of the fiscal cliff metaphor on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual conference, Washington, DC..
Wang, P. (1994).  A cognitive model of document selection of real users of IR systems. Doctoral Forum at the 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Information Science.
Caudill, E. C. (1984).  A Cohort Analysis of Variations in Political Knowledge.. AEJMC.
Fleming-May, R., Cook K. J., & Yuro L. (2005).  Collaborating for Success: Providing a Research Workshop for Doctoral Students. Association of College and Research Libraries' National Conference.
Violanti, M. T. (2001).  Collaborating with the community: Putting feminist theory into practice. annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Tenopir, C. (1994).  Collaboration Through Networking: The Online Experience in School Libraries in the United States. Australian School Library/Media Centers annual conference.
Mehra, B., Black K., Singh V., & Lee S. (2010).  Collaborations between LIS Education and Rural Libraries in East Tennessee: Improving Librarian Technology Literacy and Management Training (paper presentation). Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Creating a Culture of Collaboration.
Violanti, M. T. (1994).  Collaborative research: Do men and women really view it differently?. annual meeting of the Central States Speech Communication Association.
Violanti, M. T. (1993).  Collaborative research: How do we define and value it?. annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association.
Violanti, M. T. (1992).  Collaborative research: Seeking legitimation in scholarship. annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association.
Hoy, M G., Childers C. C., & Morrison M. (2009).  Come join us, come join us: An analysis of CFBA Initiative vs. Non-Initiative members in CARU cases 2000-2006. 2009 American Academy of Advertising Conference.
McMillan, S. J., & Morrison M. (2003).  Coming of Age in the E-Generation: A Qualitative Exploration of How Young People Use Communication Technology for Identity Building and Social Interaction. University of Tennessee College of Communication 25th Annual Communications Research Symposium.
McMillan, S. J., & Morrison M. (2003).  Coming of Age in the E-Generation: A Qualitative Exploration of How Young People Use Communication Technology for Identity Building and Social Interaction. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference.
Violanti, M. T. (2002).  Commemorating a 1.6: The scholarship of teaching and learning in an introductory course. annual meeting of the International Communication Association.
Hovland, R., Klaus K., & Haley E. (1993).  Commercial speech after Fox: There's a rule for every exception. Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising.

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