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Caudill, E. C. (1991).  Reassessing 'Great Moments': The Press and Revisionist History. American Journalism Historians Association Research Methods group.
Caudill, E. C. (1988).  From Blasphemy to Gospel: The Evolution Debate in American Magazines, 1857-1887. American Journalism Historians Association.
Caudill, E. C., & Shaw D. L. (1985).  Brief Beginning Guide into the History of North Carolina Journalism. Southeastern Regional Colloquium, AEJMC Newspaper, History and Law Divisions.
Caudill, E. C., & Larson E. (2000).  The Scopes Trial: A Photographic History. 88.
Caudill, E. C. (1993).  The Media and the Dissemination of Ideas. (Startt, J., & Sloan D., Ed.).The Significance of Media in American History. 215-232.
Caudill, E. C. (1989).  Darwin in the Press: The Evolution of An Idea. 161.
Caudill, E. C. (1987).  A Content Analysis of Selected Press Views of Darwin's Theory of Evolution. Journalism Quarterly. 782-786.
Caudill, E. C. (1997).  Darwinian Myths: The Legends and Misuses of a Theory. 184.
Caudill, E. C. (1991).  E. L. Godkin and the Meaning of Journalism. American Journalism Historians Association.
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.
Caudill, E. C., Shaw D. L., McKenzie C., & Hamm B. (2003).  Individualizing Society: Negotiating Horizontal and Vertical Communities in the Four Ages of the American Mass Media. First International Symposium, “Communication in the Millennium” University of Texas.
Caudill, E. C., & Farmer B. (1993).  John Seigenthaler. (Ashley, P., Ed.).American Newspaper Publishers (1951-1990).
Caudill, E. C. (1990).  The Press and Social Darwinism: The Popular Origins of an Idea. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Caudill, E. C., & Caudill S. M. (1988).  Regionalism and Nationalism in the Antebellum Press: A Quantitative Approach. Journalism History. 16-25.
Caudill, E. C. (1997).  An Agenda Setting Perspective on Historical Public Opinion. (McCombs, M., & Shaw D. L., Ed.).Communication and Democracy: Exploring the Intellectual Frontiers in Agenda-Setting Theory. 169-182.
Caudill, E. C. (1992).  The Use of Theory in History. American Journalism Historians Association.
Caudill, E. C. (1989).  The Roots of Bias: An Empiricist Press and Coverage of the Scopes Trial. 114,
Caudill, E. C. (2007).  H.L. Mencken. Encyclopedia of American Journalism History.
Caudill, E. C., & Caudill S. M. (1987).  Regionalism and Nationalism in the Antebellum Press. American Journalism Historians Association.
Caudill, E. C. (1994).  The Press and Tails of Darwin: Victorian Satire of Evolution. Journalism History. 107-115.
Caudill, E. C. (1990).  Nashville, Tenn., World's Fair of 1897. Historical Dictionary of World's Fairs and Expositions. 146-149.
Caudill, E. C., & Caudill S. M. (1988).  The Purpose of the Press: An Analysis of Newspaper Names in Antebellum America. International Communications Association.
Caudill, E. C. (1984).  A Cohort Analysis of Variations in Political Knowledge.. AEJMC.
Caudill, E. C. (1998).  Edwin Lawrence Godkin. (Blanchard, M., Ed.).History of the Mass Media in the United States: An Encyclopedia.
Caudill, E. C. (1992).  E.L. Godkin and The Meaning of Journalism. Journalism Quarterly. 1039-1049.
Caudill, E. C. (1989).  James K. Polk and the Press. Media History Digest. 34-43.
Caudill, E. C. (1987).  Mere Stratagem vs. Manly Opposition: A Fire-Eater Newspaper and Political Parties in the Age of Jackson. Southeastern Regional Colloquium of the Newspaper, History and Law Divisions of AEJMC.
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.
Caudill, E. C., & Ashdown P. G. (2001).  Bohemian Fables: Col. Johns S. Mosby in the Press. Paul Ashdown. Western Journalism Historians Conference, University of California.
Champagnie-Alman, K., Merskin D. L., & McMillan S. J. (1996).  The Menstrual Taboo and Advertising: A Survey of Women's Information Dependency. International Communication Association Annual Conference.
Chan-Olmsted, S., & Cho M. (2013).  Social media as branding tools: Exploring the effects of social media on brand relationship and the role of consumer characteristics. Media Management and Economics of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Chan-Olmsted, S., Cho M., & Lee S. (2010).  Consumer perceptions of social media: A comparative study of perceived characteristics and consumer profiles by social media types. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Chan-Olmsted, S., Cho M., & Yim M. (2013).  Exploring the role of social network sites in media brand relationship. Media management and social business: Value chain and business models in changing media markets. 735-748.
Chan-Olmsted, S., Cho M., & Lee S. (2013).  User perceptions of social media: A comparative study of perceived characteristics and user profiles by social media types. Online Jorurnal of Communication and Media Technologies. 3(4), 
Chen, H., & Taylor R. E. (2012).  "Message Strategies of Chinese Award- Winning Advertisements". Journal of Intercultural Communication.
Chen, H., & Haley E. (2011).  Connecting Virtual World Perception to Real World Consumption, Chinese Female White- Collar Professionals' Interpretation of Product Placement in SNSs. AEJMC.
Chen, H., & Haley E. (2011).  The Lived Meanings of Product Placements in Social Network Sites (SNSs): A Story of Happy Network. American Academy of Advertising.
Chen, A., Ocepek M., Potnis D., & Wang Y. (2018).  Moving Toward the Future of Information Behavior Research and Practice. Association for the Information Science and Technology.
Chen, H., Haley E., & Deterding A. (In Press).  "Product Placement in Social Games: Qualitative Research Insights". Advertising in New Formats and Media: Current Research and Implications for Marketers.
Chen, H., & Haley E. (2014).  Product Placement in Social Games: Consumer Expereiences in China. Journal of Advertising. 43(3), 
Chen, H., & Haley E. (2009).  Connecting with Generation Y: A Qualitative Study of Advertising Preferences and Receptivity. American Academy of Advertising Annual Meeting.
Chen, C., & Kotowski M. R. (2009).  Mechanisms of norms, cost-benefit judgments, and drinking intention among college students.. National Communication Association.
Chen, H., & Haley E. (2010).  The Lived Meanings of Chinese Social Network Sites (SNSs) among Urban White-Collar Professionals: A Story of Happy Network. Journal of Interactive Advertising. 11(1), 
Chengalur-Smith, S., Potnis D., & Mishra G. (2016).  The Adoption of IBM’s Spoken Web in Informationally Disadvantaged Communities: A Pilot Study with Farmers in Gujarat, India. 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. 3878-3887.
Childers, C. C., Haley E., Lambert C. A., & Jahns L. (2009).  Insights into freshmen weight issues: An ethnographic study of how first-year students make decisions about eating.. 2009 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference .
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 .
Childers, C. C., & Chen H. (2010).  "Target"ing college students with CSR policies and initiatives: Do gender and awareness matter?. Marketing and Public Policy Conference.
Childers, C. C. (2007).  Do looks matter? . 2007 International Communication Association Conference.
Childers, C. C., Conway K., Hanley M., Menck L., Parker B., & Troutman M. (2013).  Mobile technology in the classroom: Teaching thorugh academia-industry partnerships. American Academy of Advertising.
Childers, C. C. (2007).  Food for thought: The role of nutritional information on children's purchase influence of food products. 2007 Association for Education in Journalism & mass Communication Conference.

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