Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications

 

View publications from faculty in the Journalism and Media Studies Department (formerly known as the Mass Communication Department) at Linfield College.

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Submissions from 2018

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Where Do Facts Matter? The Digital Paradox in Magazines' Fact-Checking Practices, Susan Currie Sivek and Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin

Submissions from 2014

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Attempting an Affirmative Approach to American Broadcasting: Ideology, Politics, and the Public Telecommunications Facilities Program, Michael W. Huntsberger

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City Magazine Editors and the Evolving Urban Information Environment, Susan Currie Sivek

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Political Magazines on Twitter during Election 2012: Framing, Uniting, Dividing, Susan Currie Sivek

Submissions from 2013

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City Magazines and Social Media: Moving beyond the Monthly, Susan Currie Sivek

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Packaging Inspiration: Al Qaeda’s Digital Magazine Inspire in the Self-Radicalization Process, Susan Currie Sivek

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Eco-terrorism or Eco-tage: An Argument for the Proper Frame, David Thomas Sumner and Lisa M. Weidman

Submissions from 2012

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U.S. Radio in the 21st Century: Staying the Course in Unknown Territory, Michael Huntsberger

Submissions from 2011

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“We Need a Showing of All Hands”: Technological Utopianism in MAKE Magazine, Susan Currie Sivek

Submissions from 2010

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Social Media under Social Control: Regulating Social Media and the Future of Socialization, Susan Currie Sivek

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Digital Radio Strategies in the United States: A Tale of Two Systems, Alan G. Stavitsky and Michael Huntsberger

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"With the Support of Listeners Like You": Lessons from U.S. Public Radio, Alan G. Stavitsky and Michael Huntsberger

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Homophobia, Heterosexism, and Ambivalence in the Premier Issue of Sports Illustrated Woman/Sport, Lisa M. Weidman

Submissions from 2007

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The New "Podagogy": Incorporating Podcasting into Journalism Education, Michael Huntsberger and Alan G. Stavitsky

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The Emergence of Community Radio in the United States: A Historical Examination of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, 1970 to 1990, Michael William Huntsberger

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Editing Conservatism: How National Review Magazine Framed and Mobilized a Political Movement, Susan Currie Sivek

Submissions from 2006

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Creativity, Free Expression, and Professionalism: Value Conflicts in U.S. Community Radio, Michael Huntsberger

Submissions from 2003

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Authenticity in the Skateboarding World, Becky Beal and Lisa Weidman

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Pointing the Finger of Blame: News Media Coverage of Popular-­Culture Culpability, Erica Scharrer, Lisa M. Weidman, and Kimberly Bissell