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JEM Faculty Publications

Faculty: Mark Harmon

Harmon M, Muenchen R. Semantic Framing of the Iraq War, Sept. 11th to Oct. 11th, 2002. In: 28th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, UT. Knoxville, TN; 2006.
Harmon M. TV Market and Congressional District Mismatches: Effects on Campaign Spending and Election Outcomes. In: 8th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN; 2006.
Harmon M, Luther CA. U. S. Network TV Newscasts and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War: an historical case study in media and Social Movement Theory. In: 28th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN; 2006.
Harmon M. Thirty Years Locked in Pandora’s Box: Weirum v. RKO. In: Law Division Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication national convention. San Francisco, CA; 2006.
Harmon M. Non-Presidential Newspaper Endorsements, 2002 and 2004. In: Newspaper Division Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication national convention. San Francisco, CA; 2006.
Harmon M. Affluenza: A World Values Test. The International Communication Gazette. 2006;68:119-130.
Harmon M, Dearmon D. Playing Favorites: Clear Channel Air Play and Touring Clear Channel Artists. In: Media Management and Economics Division Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication,. Toronto, Canada; 2004.
Harmon M. Casting the 2000 Presidential Election. Atlantic Journal of Communication. 2004;12:93-104.
Harmon M. Bias: How Bernard Goldberg Got It So Wrong. In: 25th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN; 2003.
Harmon M, Fontenot M, Bates BJ. Non-Commercial Broadcaster Choices Under the New Rules for Political Time. In: 25th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN; 2003.
Harmon M, Bates BJ. Do 'Instant Polls' Hit the Spot? Phone-in v. Random Sampling of Public Opinion. In: Adler E S, Clark R, editors. How It's Done, An Invitation to Social Research . 2nd ed. New York: Wadsworth; 2002. 9. p. 90-96p.
Harmon M, Muenchen R. Semantic Framing of the Iraq War, Sept. 11th to Oct. 11th. In: 28th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communication and Information, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN; 2002.
Harmon M. Cultivation of Materialism: international exploration of the link between TV viewing and materialist values. In: International Association for Mass Communication Research. Barcelona, Spain; 2002.
Harmon M, Varecka A, McClung S. Accuracy in Local Television News. In: 24th Annual Research Symposium, College of Communications, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN; 2002.
Harmon M, Bates BJ. Do 'Instant Polls' Hit the Spot? Phone-in v. Random Sampling of Public Opinion. In: Adler E S, Clark R, editors. How It's Done, An Invitation to Social Research. 2nd ed. New York: Wadsworth Publishing Co.; 2001.
Harmon M. Direct Voter Contact v. An Incumbent's Media Advantage: A Congressional Challenger's Case Study. In: 23rd University of Tennessee College of Communications Research Symposium. Knoxville, TN; 2001.
Harmon M, Reed T. Congressional Districts and Television Markets: How Contour Mismatches Affect Incumbent Advantage. In: Political Communication Division of the International Communication Association.; 2001.
Harmon M. When Congressional Candidates Spend Campaign Cash on Polling. In: Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research. Chicago, Illinois; 2001.
Harmon M. What Would Jesus Major In? Academe, bulletin of the American Association of University Professors. 2001;87:48-49.
Harmon M. Poll Question Readability and Don't Know Replies. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 2001;13:72-79.
Harmon M. Larry Agran: Victim of Agenda Setting. Texas Journal of Political Studies. 2001;21:23-34.
Harmon M. Laboring to Be Fair: U.S. Network TV Strike Coverage. Electronic News: A Journal of Applied Research & Ideas,. 2001;1:13-22, 39-40.
Harmon M. Laboring to Be Fair: U.S. Network TV Strike Coverage. In: International Communication Association convention. Acapulco, Mexico; 2000.
Harmon M. Agendas, Spirals, and Casting: News and Polls in the 2000 Presidential Primaries,. In: Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research. Chicago, Illinois; 2000.
Harmon M. Affluenza: Cultivation of Consumption. In: Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research. Chicago, Illinois; 1999.
Harmon M. Coverage of Australia by CNN World Report and US television network news. In: Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association. Lubbock, Texas; 1998.
Harmon M. Analysis of 50 Years of Meet the Press Guests. In: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Mid-Year Conference, Southern Methodist University. Dallas, Texas,; 1998.
Harmon M. TV News Judgment: A Direct Comparison of Women and Men. In: 13th Annual Conference on Women and Higher Education, University Center, Texas Tech. Lubbock, TX; 1997.
Harmon M. Lubbock’s Junior League v. Global Communism. In: 12th Annual Conference on Women and Higher Education, Godbold Cultural Center, Texas Tech. Lubbock, Texas; 1996.
Harmon M, Hudson J. Candidate Names as Electoral Cues. Texas Journal of Political Studies. 1996:21-38.
Harmon M. One Consultant's Effect on Client TV News Content. In: Southwest Symposium on Journalism and Mass Communication.; 1995.
Harmon M. Local TV News Content: Changes Over Time and Differences Associated with Ratings. In: Radio Television Journalism Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Washington, DC; 1995.
Harmon M. Gender and Local TV News Story Assignment. In: 11th Annual Conference on Women and Higher Education, Godbold Cultural Center, Texas Tech,. Lubbock, Texas; 1995.
Harmon M, Hudson J. Candidate Names as Electoral Cues. In: Southwest Symposium on Journalism and Mass Communication.; 1995.

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