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Palenchar, M. J. (2012).  Augmented reality, crisis informatics, and gamifacation practices: Emergence of mobile communication specializations within crisis and risk communication practices.
Tenopir, C. (1995).  Authors and Readers: The Keys to Success or Failure for Electronic Publishing. Library Trends. 571-591.
Mallary, K. (2019).  Autoethnographic Approach to Studying the Affective Information Behavior of a Deaf Student. HCI International 2019 Conference.
Barry, J., Bilal D., & Penniman D. (1998).  Automated system marketplace 1998: The competitive struggle. 43-52.
Bilal, D., Barry J., & Penniman D. (1999).  Automated system marketplace 1999: A balancing act. 45-54.
Bilal, D. (1994).  Automating library media centers in Georgia: A survey of practices, knowledge, issues, and trends. School Library Media Quarterly. 22, 221-230.
Bilal, D. (2002).  Automating Media Centers and Small Libraries: A Microcomputer-Based Approach.
Bilal, D. (1997).  Automating Media Centers and Small Libraries: A Microcomputer-Based Approach.
Ikushima, K., & Tenopir C. (1988).  Availability of Japanese Scientific and Technical Periodicals in Major English Language Databases. Proceedings of the Ninth National Online Meeting. 115-122.
Case, D. O., Johnson J. D., Andrews J. E., & Allard S. (2005).  Avoiding versus Seeking: The Relationship of Information Seeking to Avoidance, Blunting, Coping, Dissonance, and Related Concepts. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 93,
Motta, B. H., & Palenchar M. J. (2008).  Awareness, Attitudes and Utilization of Community Right to Know: Public Relations Practitioners and Environmental Risk Communication.. College of Communication and Information 30th Annual Research Symposium.
Gross, P. (2008).  Back to the (Uncertain) Future. Politics, Business and the Media in Romania. Global Media Journal (Polish Edition). 1 (4), 51-68.
Warner, C., & Wirth M. O. (1993).  Back...Back...Back...Back: The Story of ESPN. (Picard, R. G., Ed.).The Cable Networks Handbook. 83-91.
Violanti, M. T. (1997).  Balancing the feminist standpoint theory scales: Examining the pros and cons for communication research. annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Mohan, L., & Potnis D. (2014).  Banco Azteca’s Use of Innovative Information Systems for Financial Inclusion in Latin America. Information Technologies in Developing Countries. June, 12-16.
Blakeman, R. (2008).  The Bare Bones Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communication.
Blakeman, R. (2004).  The Bare Bones of Advertising Print Design.
Kent, M. L. (2011).  Bare bones public speaking. 193.
Potnis, D., & Demissie D. (2009).  Barriers to Socio-economic Opportunities in Africa: An e-Government Perspective.
Ashdown, P. G. (1998).  The Battle of Johnsonville. Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture. 489-490.
Taylor, R. E. (2007).  Beef: It's What Your Government Wants You to Have for Dinner.. American Academy of Advertising.
Tkach, D., & Hank C. (2014).  Before blogs, there were zines: Berman, Danky, and the political case for zine collecting in North American academic libraries. Serials Review. 40(1), 12-20.
Gross, P. (2007).  Before Politics and Political Systems There is Culture. Beyond Hallin and Mancini: Reconsidering Media Systems in a Democratic Perspective Conference.
Gross, P. (2001).  The Beginning of a Beginning: Journalism Education in Eastern Europe. The Global Network. 14, 1-4.
Childers, C. C. (2007).  Behavior really does matter: An investigation of the impact of spokescharacter behavior on children's purchase influence of food and beverage products. 2007 American Academy of Advertising Conference .
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Being User Oriented: An International Distributed Essay Team of Master’s Students. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Information Science & Technology.
Dervin, B., Fisher K., Tenopir C., Dillon A., Normore L F., & Case D. O. (2006).  Being user-oriented: convergences, divergences, and the potential for systematic dialogue between disciplines and between researchers, designers, and providers. Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Austin, 2006. 2077-2088.
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2010).  Believing the blogs of war: How blog users compare on credibility and characteristics in 2003 and 2007?. Media, War and Conflict. 3(3), 
Lutgen-Sandvik, P., Chromey K., & Paskewitz E. A. (2015).  Belly laughs and crying your eyes out: Themes in the study of emotions and organizations. Electronic Journal of Communication. 25,
Yang, A., Klyueva A. V., & Taylor M. (2012).  Beoynd a dyadic understanding of public diplomacy: Understanding relationships in a multipolar world. Public Relations Review. 38, 652- 664.
Kaye, B. K. (2009).  Between Barack and a Net Place. Users and Uses of Social Network Sites and Blogs for Political Information. Networked Self Conference.
Kaye, B. K. (2010).  Between Barack and a net place: Users and uses of social network sites and blogs for political information.. The networked self: Identity, community and culture on social network sites.
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. (2004).  Between Reality and Dream: Eastern European media, transition, transformation, consolidation and integration,. East European Politics and Society. 18, 110-131.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Beyond Access to Information: Understanding the Use of Information by Poor Female Mobile Users in Rural India. The Information Society. 31(1), 83-93.
Saffer, A. J., Kent M. L., & Pop R. A. (2012).  Beyond reactive public relations: How a Delphi study of new technology informs professional practice. Association for Journalism and Mass Communications (AEJMC).
Bilal, D. (2015).  Beyond searching: Understanding Young Users’ Holistic Information Interaction Experiences. 7th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries.
Tenopir, C., Christian L., Anderson R., Estelle L., Allard S., & Nicholas D. (2016).  Beyond the download: Issues in developing a secondary usage calculator. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. 5, 365-377.
Hoy, M G., & Milne G. R. (2009).  Beyond the Water Cooler: Gender Differences in Privacy-Related Measures for Facebook Profile Usage Beyond Its Original Purpose. 2009 Marketing and Public Policy Conference .
Wang, P., & Soergel D. (1993).  Beyond topical relevance: Document selection behavior of real users of IR systems. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science. 87-92.
McMillan, S. J. (2006).  The BHOP Bridge: How a Komen-Funded Program in Rural Appalachia Spans Professional and Personal Health Systems. Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Mission Conference.
Harmon, M. (2003).  Bias: How Bernard Goldberg Got It So Wrong. 25th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee.
Nichols, D., Huntington P., Russell B., Watkinson A., Jamali H. R., & Tenopir C. (2004).  The Big Deal: Ten Years On. Learned Publishing. 18, 251-257.
Gross, P. (1997).  Birth of a New Era: Media and the 1996 General Elections (in Romanian). Secolul XX – XXI. 5, 230-240.
Caudill, E. C. (1994).  The Bishop-Eaters: The Publicity Campaign for Darwin and On the Origin of Species. Journal of the History of Ideas. 441-460.
Harmon, M. (1988).  The Black Hole Phenomenon: the Where Element in Local TV News. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal. 4, 25-30.
Harmon, M. (1988).  The Black Hole Phenomenon: the Where Element in Local TV News. Southwest Symposium on Mass Communications.
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2012).  Blinded by the spite? A path model exploring the relationships among partisanship, polarization, reliance, selective exposure and selective avoidance of blogs, social network sites and Twitter on democratic measures.. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Chicago, IL. .
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2006).  Blog Day Afternoon: Are Blogs Stealing the Audience Away from Traditional Media Sources?. (Berenger, R. D., Ed.).CyberMedia Go To War. 315-334.
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2004).  Blog Day Afternoon: Are Blogs Stealing the Audience Away from Traditional Media Sources?. Global Fusion annual convention.