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JEM Faculty Publications

Faculty: Barbara K Kaye

Kaye BK, Johnson TJ. Gone with the Web: Media Substitution Theory and Traditional Media in an Online World. In: Broadcast Education Association annual conference. Las Vegas, Nevada; 2002.
Kaye BK, Medoff NJ. The World Wide Web: A Mass Communication Perspective. Updated Edition. McGraw Hill/Mayfield Publishing Company; 2001.
Kaye BK, Johnson TJ. A Web for All Reasons: Uses and Gratifications of Internet Resources for Political Information. In: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Washington, D.C.; 2001.
Kaye BK, Rosales RG. Will the Real Internet Please Stand Up: An Analysis of Eight Internet Surveys. In: Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual convention. Chicago, IL; 2000.
Kaye BK, Johnson TJ. From Here to Obscurity: Media Substitution Theory and the Internet. In: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. Phoenix, AZ; 2000.
Kaye BK, Johnson TJ. A Tangled Web: The Internet's Influence on Political Attitudes. In: National Communication Association annual conference. Chicago, IL; 1999.
Kaye BK, Johnson TJ. Online and In the Know: Uses and Gratifications of the Web for Political Information. In: Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual convention. Chicago, IL; 1998.
Kaye BK, Sapolsky BS. Offensive Language in Prime Time Television: Before and After Content Ratings. In: Broadcast Education Association annual convention. Las Vegas, NV; 1998.
Kaye BK, Johnson TJ. Taming the Cyber Frontier: Techniques for Improving Online Surveys. In: Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual convention. Chicago, IL; 1997.
Kaye BK, Sapolsky BS. In-Home Electronic Measurement of Television RCD Use. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. 1997;41:214-228.
Kaye BK. Uses and Gratifications of the World Wide Web. In: Communication Technology and Policy Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention. Anaheim, CA; 1996.
Kaye BK, Sapolsky BS. 57 Channels and Nothin' on: Electronic Monitoring of Television Remote Control Device Usage in the Home Environment. In: Mass Communication and Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention. Washington, D.C.; 1995.
Kaye BK, Sapolsky BS, Hayworth K. The Prevalence of Offensive Language on Prime Time Television: What the "Bleep" are they Saying Now?. In: Mass Communication Division of the Speech Communication Association annual convention. San Antonio, TX; 1995.
Kaye BK, Sapolsky BS, Fishburne LM. NYPD Blue and Media Hype: An Analysis of Sex and Profanity. In: Mass Communication and Society Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention. Atlanta, GA; 1994.

Faculty: Mark Littmann

Littmann M. American Newspapers and the Great Meteor Storm of 1833 – A Case Study in Science Journalism. In: Science Communication Interest Group of then Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Convention (AEJMC). San Francisco, CA; 2006.
Littmann M. Courses in Science Writing as Literature. Public Understanding of Science. 2004;1:103-112.

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