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Haley, E., White C., & Cunningham A. (2001).  Branding religion: Christian consumers' understanding of Christian products. (Stout, D. A., & Buddenbaum J. M., Ed.).Religion and Popular Culture: Studies on the Interaction of Worldviews. 269-288.
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McMillan, S. J., & White C. (2001).  Survivors: A Qualitative Study of Web Sites that Endure. (Taylor, C. R., Ed.).Proceedings of the American Academy of Advertising. 101-107.
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White, C. (2001).  The usefulness of consulting as a teaching tool. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator. 55, 31-41.
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Morrison, M., & White C. (2000).  Super.Com: An analysis of message strategies utilized in super bowl ads. annual meeting of AEJMC, Advertising and Critical and Cultural Studies Divisions.
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White, C. (2000).  Using private consulting as a teaching tool. annual meeting of AEJMC, Public Relations.
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White, C., Kinnick K., & Washington K. D. (1999).  Portrayal of women using computers in television commercials. annual meeting of AEJMC, Commission on the Status of Women.
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White, C. (1998).  Anxiety as a factor in Internet adoption. College of Communications Research Symposium.
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Lyon, L., & White C. (1997).  Is any press good press? The influence of negative information on brand choice. Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 187-191.
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Haley, E., & White C. (1996).  An integrated communications course for advertising and public relations majors. Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 220-226.
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White, C. (1996).  Mass communication faculty on the Internet: Impact on productivity and collaboration. Media Management and Economics Division and Communication Technology and Policy Division of AEJMC.
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White, C. (1995).  Academy members on the Internet: A survey of computer network use. Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 245-247.

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