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Submissions from 2010

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Religious Groups & “Affluenza”: Further Exploration of the TV-Materialism Link, Mark D Harmon

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That is Not Goldfish Swallowing: Newsreels Encounter Protests Against the Vietnam War, Mark D Harmon

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When Mediated Poverty Stereotypes align with Public Opinion: A Clear Predictor of Ideology and Party in the U.S., Mark D Harmon

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A Longitudinal Study of U.S. Network TV Newscasts and Strikes: Political Economy on the Picket Line, Mark D Harmon and Lee Shu-Yueh

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War of Words: Framing of the United States in Selected Belarusian Newspapers in 2009, Natalie Manayeva

Submissions from 2009

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The Power of “Small Stories:” Narratives and Notions of Gender Equality in Conversations About Sport, Marie Hardin and Erin E. Whiteside

Submissions from 2008

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Arab youth, television and "affluenza", Mark D Harmon

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Does Affluenza Spread Quickly? A Historical Case Study from Spain, Mark D. Harmon and Nuria Cruz-Camara

Submissions from 2007

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Meet the Press Congressional Guests, 1947-2004, Mark D. Harmon and Daniel J. Foley

Submissions from 2006

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Affluenza: A World Values Test, Mark D. Harmon

Submissions from 2004

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Polish and Former Soviet Contributions to CNN World Report before and after Massive System Changes, Mark D. Harmon, Zbigniew Rytel, Christa J. Ward, and Judy B. Oskam

Submissions from 2001

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Affluenza: Television Use and Cultivation of Materialism, Mark D. Harmon

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Poll Question Readability and ‘Don't Know’ Replies, Mark D. Harmon

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How Television News Programs Use Video News Releases, Mark D. Harmon and Candace White

Submissions from 1991

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Hate Groups and Cable Public Access, Mark D. Harmon

Submissions from 1989

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Market Size and Local Television News Judgment, Mark D. Harmon

Submissions from 1987

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The New York Times and the Theft of the 1876 Presidential Election, Mark D. Harmon