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CCI Research Presentations and Publications

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Conference Paper
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (1995).  57 Channels and Nothin' on: Electronic Monitoring of Television Remote Control Device Usage in the Home Environment. Mass Communication and Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention.
Kaye, B. K., Sapolsky B. S., & Fishburne L. M. (1994).  NYPD Blue and Media Hype: An Analysis of Sex and Profanity. Mass Communication and Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (1998).  Offensive Language in Prime Time Television: Before and After Content Ratings. Broadcast Education Association annual convention.
Kaye, B. K., Sapolsky B. S., & Hayworth K. (1995).  The Prevalence of Offensive Language on Prime Time Television: What the "Bleep" are they Saying Now?. Mass Communication Division of the Speech Communication Association annual convention.
Sapolsky, B. S., Shafer D. M., & Kaye B. K. (2008).  Rating Offensive Words in Three Television Program Contexts. Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference.
Sapolsky, B. S., Molitor F. T., Kaye B. K., & Kenin J. Y. (1993).  Segmenting VCR Owners According to VCR and TV Use: Implications for the Television Industry. Research Division of the Broadcast Education Association annual convention.
Sapolsky, B. S., Tabarlet J. O., & Kaye B. K. (1994).  Sexual Behavior and References in Program Promotions Aired During Sweeps and Nonsweeps Periods. Research Division of the Broadcast Education Association annual convention.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2008).  Taboo or Not Taboo? That is the Question: Offensive language on prime time broadcast and cable programming. AEJMC Annual Conference.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2007).  Taboo or Not Taboo? That is the Question: Offensive Language on Prime Time Broadcast and Cable Programming.. University of Tennessee College of Communication and Information 29th Annual Research Symposium.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2003).  Watch You Mouth! An Analysis of Profanity Uttered by Children on Prime Time Television. National Communication Association annual convention.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2007).  What in the Hell did I just Hear on TV?: Offensive Language on Prime Time Broadcast and Cable Programming.. 29th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, UT.
Journal Article
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2009).  In Blog We Trust: Deciphering Credibility of Components of the Internet Among Politically Interested Internet Users. Computers in Human Communication. 25,
Kaye, B. K., Sapolsky B. S., & Montgomery D. J. (1995).  Increasing Seat Belt Use through PI&E and Enforcement: The "Thumbs Up" Campaign. Journal of Safety Research. 26, 235-245.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (1997).  In-Home Electronic Measurement of Television RCD Use. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 41, 214-228.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2001).  Offensive Language in Prime Time Television: Before and After Content Ratings. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 45, 303-319.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2004).  Offensive Language in Prime Time Television: Four Years after Television Age and Content Ratings. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 48, 554-569.
Sapolsky, B. S., & Kaye B. K. (2011).  Rating offensive words in three television program contexts. Mass Communication & Society. 14(1), 
Sapolsky, B. S., Tabarlet J. O., & Kaye B. K. (1995).  Sexual Behavior and References in Program Promotions Aired During Sweeps and Nonsweeps Periods. Journal of Promotion Management. 3, 95-126.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2009).  Taboo or Not Taboo? That is the Question: Offensive Language on Prime Time Broadcast and Cable Programming. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 53 (1),
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2005).  Talking a Blue Streak: Context of Offensive Language in Prime Time Network Television Programs. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 81, 911-927.
Sapolsky, B. S., & Kaye B. K. (2005).  The Use of Offensive Language by Males and Females in Prime Time Television Entertainment. Atlantic Journal of Communication. 23, 292-303.
Kaye, B. K., & Sapolsky B. S. (2004).  Watch Your Mouth! An Analysis of Profanity Uttered by Children on Prime Time Television. Mass Communication and Society. 7, 429-452.