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CCI Research Presentations and Publications

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Kaye, B. K., & Johnson T. J. (2014).  The shot heard around the World Wide Web: Who heard what where about Osama bin Laden’s death. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 19(3), 
Roessner, A. (2011).  The Sinner and the Saint: National Magazine Coverage of Ty Cobb and Christy Mathewson, 1900-1928. The Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture: 2009-2010. 124-139.
Kaye, B. K., & Johnson T. J. (2015).  Site effects: How reliance on social media influences confidence in the government and news media. Social Science Computer Review. 33(2), 127-144.
Taylor, R. E. (1999).  A six-segment message strategy wheel. Journal of Advertising Research. 39, 7-17.
Potnis, D., Regenstreif H., Deosthali K., Cortez E. M., & Allard S. (2016).  Skills and Knowledge Needed to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants in Information Organizations. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 57(2), 187-196.
Mehra, B., Bishop B. Wade, & Partee, II R. (2017).  Small business perspectives about the role of rural libraries in economic development. The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy. 87(1), 17-35.
Violanti, M. T. (2000).  So you want to work together: Strengths and limitations of collaborative research. Communication Research Reports. 16, 377-385.
McMillan, S. J. (2010).  Soap Box or Box of Soap: Consumer understanding of the news, advertising, and funding sources for user-generated content. Information and Society. 13(6), 820- 843.
Zhu, X., & Eschenfelder K. R. (2010).   Social construction of authorized users in the Digital Age. . College & Research Libraries. 71(6), 548-568.
Mehra, B., Black K., Singh V., Nolt J., Williams K. C., Simmons S., et al. (2014).  The Social Justice Framework in the Information Technology Rural Librarian Master’s Scholarship Program: Bridging the Rural Digital Divides.. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Journal. Special Issue 2014: Social Justice, Social Inclusion , 5-11.
Yang, A., & Kent M. L. (2014).  Social media and organizational visibility: A sample of Fortune 500 corporations. Public Relation Review. 40(3), 
Tenopir, C., Volentine R., & King D. W. (2013).  Social Media and Reading. Online Information Review. 37(2), 
Avery, E. J., Sweetser K. D., & Lariscy R. A. (2010).  Social Media and Shared - or - Divergent - Uses?: A Coorientation Analysis of Public Relations Practitioners and Journalists. International Journal of Strategic Communication. 4, 189-205.
Lee, S., & Cho M. (2011).  Social media use in a mobile broadband environment: Examination of determinants of Twitter and Facebook use. International Journal of Mobile Marketing. 6(2), 
Bishop, A P., Mehra B., Bazzell I., & Smith C. (2000).  Socially Grounded User Studies in Digital Library Development. First Monday. 5,
Tenopir, C., & Lundeen G. W. (1988).  Software Choices for In House Databases. Database. 11, 34-42.
Cameron, J., & Geidner N. (2014).  Something old, something new, something borrowed from something blue: Experiements on dual viewing TV and Twitter.. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.
Kim, D.., Johnson T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2010).  Something ventured, something gained: Examining the moderating impact of blogs on political activity.. Web Journal of Mass Communication Research. 24,
Hardin, M., & Whiteside E. (2009).  Sports reporters divided over concerns about Title IX. Newspaper Research Journal. 30(1), 
Gross, P. (2005).  The State of Eastern European Press Freedom. Journalism Studies. 534-37.
Pomerantz, J., Hank C., & Sugimoto C.R. (2015).  The state of social media policies in higher education. PloS One. 10(5), 
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2010).  Still cruising and believing? An analysis of online credibility over three presidential campaigns.. American Behavioral Scientist. 54(1), 
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.
Rumsey, G. C., & White C. (2009).  Strategic Corporate Philanthropic Relationships: Nonprofits' Perceptions of Benefits and Corporate Motives. Public Relations Review. 35,
Mehra, B., & Davis R. (2015).  A Strategic Diversity Manifesto for Public Libraries in the 21st Century. New Library World. 116(1/2), 
Lee, T., Wonjun C., & Taylor R. E. (2011).  "A Strategic response to the financial crisis: an empirical analysis of financial services advertising before and during the financial crisis". Journal of Services Marketing. 25(3), 
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2013).  Strategic risk communication: Adding value to society. Public relations. 4,
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2007).  Strategic risk communication: Adding value to society.. Public Relations Review. 33, 120-129..
Tenopir, C., Nahl-Jakobovits D., & Howard D L. (1991).  Strategies and Assessments Online: Novices' Experience. Library & Information Science Research. 13, 237-266.
Kim, J., McMillan S. J., & Hwang J-S. (2005).  Strategies for the Super Bowl of Advertising: An Analysis of How the Web is Integrated into Campaigns. Journal of Interactive Advertising. 6, Available: http://jiad.org/vol6/no1/kim/index.htm.
McMillan, S. J., & Macias W. (2008).  Strengthening the Safety Net for Online Seniors: Factors Influencing Differences in Health Information Seeking Among Older Internet Users. Journal of Health Communication. (13) 8,
Hoy, M G., & Stankey M. J. (1993).  Structural Characteristics of Televised Advertising Disclosures: A Comparison with the FTC Clear and Conspicuous Standard. Journal of Advertising. 22, 47-59.
Finlay, C.S., Hank C., Sugimoto C.R., & Johnson M. (2013).  The structure of the biblioblogosphere: An examination of the linking practices of institutional and personal library blogs. Journal of Web Librarianship. 7(1), 20-36.
Tenopir, C. (1986).  Student Online Data Base Searching: Part I. Computing Teacher. 13, 18-19.
Tenopir, C. (1986).  Student Online Data Base Searching: Part II. Computing Teacher. 13, 39 40, 57.
McKee, K., & Haley E. (1993).  Student Owned Media Technology in Residence Halls: A Descriptive Study. Journal of College and University Student Housing. 22, 39-42.
Potnis, D., Demissie D., & Deosthali K. (2017).  Students’ Intention to Adopt Internet-Based Personal Safety Wearable Devices: Extending UTAUT with Trusting Beliefs. First Monday.
Wang, P., & Fang B-wei. (1984).  A study of documentation services from the need of users. Patent Review of China. 1, 15-16.
Zhu, X. (2003).  A study of information retrieval based on the concept space approach.. Journal of Academic Libraries. 47-53.
Stovall, J. G., Fisher, III S. H., & Cotter P. R. (1987).  A Survey of Alabama Lawyers. Alabama Lawyer. 48, 160-172.
Zhu, X., & Shen L.. (2014).  A Survey of E-Book Interlibrary Loan Policy in U.S. Academic Libraries. Interlending & Document Supply . 42(2/3), 57-63.
Keikha, B., Tahamtan I., & Hassan M. Mohammad (2011).  Survey on information literacy status of faculty members in Zabol University of Medical Sciences: 2009-2010. Journal of Rostamineh . 2(3), 
McMillan, S. J. (2001).  Survival of the Fittest Online: A Longitudinal Study of Health-Related Web Sites. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 6, Available online: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue3/mcmillan.html.
Zhu, X. (2004).  Surviving and developing in cooperation: A study of library consortia.. Library and Information Service. 48(7), 6-12.
Hume, J., & Roessner A. (2009).  Surviving Sherman’s March: Press, Public Memory, and Georgia’s Salvation Mythology. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly . 86(1), 119-137.
Hoy, M G. (1994).  Switch Drugs Vis-a-Vis Rx and OTC: Policy, Marketing, and Research Considerations,. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing. 13, 85-96.
Gross, P. (1998).  Symbiosis: Political Culture and Mass Media in the New Eastern Europe. Sfera Politicii. 17-22.
Kelly, D., & Sugimoto C.R. (2013).  A Systematic Review of Interactive Information Retrieval Evaluation Studies. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 64(4), 745-770.

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