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Forrest, E., Wotring C. E., James M., & Kaye B. K. (1990).  Hypermediain Communication. Florida Communication Association annual convention.
Forrest, E., Wotring C. E., James M., Kaye B. K., & Elliot J. (1991).  Look out IVD, Here Comes CDI. Macademia Southeast '91, sponsored byApple Computer, Inc..
Frazer, C., & McMillan S. J. (1999).  Sophistication on the World Wide Web: Evaluating Structure, Function, and Commercial Goals of Web sites. (Schumann, D. W., & Thorson E., Ed.).Advertising and the World Wide Web. 119-134.
Freberg, K., & Palenchar M. J. (2009).  Practitioner or Academic Approach: The Current Direction of U. S. Undergraduate Public Relations Programs. University of Tennessee College of Communication and Information 31st Annual Research Symposium.
Freberg, K., Palenchar M. J., & Veil S. (2010).  Social media bookmarking services: Managing and sharing information from a centralized source. National Communication Association.
Freberg, K., Palenchar M. J., & Veil S. (2013).  Managing and sharing H1N1 crisis information using social media bookmarking services. Public Relations Review. 39, 178- 184.
Freberg, K., & Palenchar M. J. (2013).  Convergence of digital negotiation and risk challenges: Strategic implications for social media for risk and crisis communications. Social media and strategic communication.
Freberg, K., & Palenchar M. J. (2012).  social media and food safety crises: The potential risks of unconfirmed messages. International Communication Conference.
Freberg, K., Palenchar M. J., & Veil S. (2010).  Social bookmarking sites and crisis communication: A descriptive analysis of bookmarks on food safety shared online during 2009 H1N1.
Freberg, K., & Palenchar M. J. (2009).  Current direction of US undergraduate programs in public relations: A pedagogical struggle.. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Friedman, B., Kitch C., Lueck T., Winfield B., & Roessner A. (2009).  Stirred, Not Yet Shaken: Integrating Women’s History into Media History. American Journalism. 26(1), 160-173.
Garland, M. E., & Haas J. W. (2008).  Assessing the impact of the interpersonal communication course. International Commuication Association .
Geidner, N., & Cameron J. (2014).  Use patterns of interactive graphics: A case study of a New York Times’ college debt graphic. Journal of Digital and Media Literacy. Spring,
Geidner, N., Radovic I., Imre I., Coman I., & Yuran D. (2013).  The Role of Interactive Graphics in Reducing Misperceptions in the Electorate. ICA 2013.
Geidner, N., & Stamm J. (2018).  The Effects of Second Screening on Viewers’ Attitudes Towards Television Shows. presented at the annual conference for the Broadcast Education Association conference (BEA).
Gershon, R. A., & Wirth M. O. (1993).  Home Box Office: The Emergence of Pay Television in the United States. (Picard, R. G., Ed.).The Cable Networks Handbook. 114-22.
Giacobbi, P., Haley E., & Whitney J. (1998).  An Examination of the Openness Construct in Sport. Southeast regional conference for the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology.
Goode, C.M.., Kaye B. K., & Loboda I.. (2012).  Summer teaching institute and beyond: Moving from divided services to collaboration. Paper presented at Educause – Southwest Regional Conference, Tampa, FL..
Gourley, D. R., Clarke B., Gourley G., Chyka P., Haas J. W., & Wurtzbacher D. (2003).  Health education in rural communities using laptop computers for educational sessions.
Graham, M., & Avery E. J. (2015).  Investigating Citizens' Communicaiton Preferences from Their Local Governments through a situational Theory Lens. . National Communication Association.
Graham, M., & Avery E. J. (2015).  Local government- citizen relationships: Using the coorientational approach to analyze the effectiveness of the relationship. International Communication Association.
Green, H., & Fleming-May R. (2015).  Virtual Verse in the Library: New Forms of Scholarly Communication. the 130th Modern Language Association Annual Convention.
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.
Green, H., & Fleming-May R. (2015).  Humanities Librarians and Virtual Verse: Changing Collections and User Services for Online Literature. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 41(4), 457-465.
Gross, P. (1995).  The role of East/Central European media and their journalism: Help or hindrance to the transition?. The post-communist press dilemmas and the concept of European integration Conference.
Gross, P. (2004).  American Media: Censoring the News. Censorship and Democracy Conference.
Gross, P. (1990).  The USA as Seen Through the Eyes of Romania's Scinteia. East European Quarterly. 24, 373-392.
Gross, P. (2009).  The Future of Post-Communist Media. AEJMC Conference.
Gross, P. (2008).  Media Systems in the Balkan States. (Donsback, W., Bryant J., & Craig R. T., Ed.).International Encyclopedia of Communication. 295-299.
Gross, P., Milo K., Niculescu-Maier S., & Yoder S. (1993).  Introduction to Public Relations (in Romanian). 133.
Gross, P. (2003).  Media Evolution and Integration in Europe (in Romanian). Journalism and Communication – Journal of Communication Sciences. 1, 16-29.
Gross, P. (2006).  Between Reality and Dream: Eastern European media, transition, transformation, consolidation and integration. Tracing protest movements: Perspectives from sociology, political Sciences, and media Studies Workshop.
Gross, P. (1992).  Media and Public Opinion in the New Romania. International Colloquia on "Media in Transition and Transition of Media.
Gross, P. (2002).  Teaching from a global perspective. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual meeting..
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.
Gross, P. (1996).  Mass Media in Revolution and National Development: The Romanian Laboratory. 206.
Gross, P. (2005).  Media and the Establishment of Totalitarianism. A Case Study of Romania, 1945-47. Global Fusion Conference.
Gross, P. (1990).  The Historical Foundations of Freedom of the Press in Eastern Europe: The Case of Romania. International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference.
Gross, P. (1999).  Giant With Feet of Clay. The Post-Communist Romanian Press (in Romanian). 190.
Gross, P. (2011).  The Tip of the Lance: Scinteia and the Establishment of Communism in Romania. (Mertelsmann, O., Ed.).Central and Eastern European Media Under Dictatorial Rule and in the Early Cold War. 113-126.
Gross, P. (1994).  Moldova. (Fliess, M., Ed.).Looking to the Future: A Survey of Journalism Education in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. 48-49,
Gross, P. (2004).  The Imperatives of Oral History: Interview with President Ion Iliescu. Introduction to The Great Shock at the End of a Short Century – Ion Iliescu in Dialogue with Vladimir Tismaneanu on Communism, Post-Communism and Democracy. 1-2.
Gross, P. (1986).  Foreign Correspondents Covering Taiwan: A Preliminary Study of Attitudes, Perceptions and Processes. International Association for Mass Communication Research Conference.
Gross, P. (2008).  Forward to the Past: The Intractable Problems of Romania's Media System. The International Journal of Press/Politics. 13(2), 141-152.
Gross, P. (2007).  Dances With Wolves – A meditation on a European Union Member’s (Romania) Media and Political System. A30 COST Action management Committee and Working Groups meetings of the EU-sponsored “East and West: Setting a New Central and Eastern European Media Research Agenda” Program.
Gross, P. (1993).  Media and Public Opinion During Transition from Communism (in Romanian). Sociologia Romaneasca. 2, 187-198.
Gross, P. (2003).  Roller-coaster Media Role: The Case of Romania. (Paletz, D. L., Jakubowicz K., & Novosel P., Ed.).Business as Usual? Continuity and Change in Central and Eastern European Media. 243-280.
Gross, P. (2006).  Sharing strategies: Universities and the ethnic news media - Transforming schools, curricula and students. Ethnic media and university journalism programs.
Gross, P. (1991).  Romania's Mass Media; Abundance in a Land of Shortages (in German). Media Perspektiven. 2, 90-95.
Gross, P. (2001).  Media successes and failures in building civil society in Eastern Europe,. Media and Democracy Conference.