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What's in the news: A quantitative content analysis of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and network news
Digital memorialization: Collective memory, tragedy, and participatory spaces
Reader response to product placement in women's magazines
Cowboy Ride: A video documentary of the threats to livelihood ranchers face in southeastern Wyoming
Media literacy education: Evaluating media literacy education in Colorado schools
The digitally-born identity: The influence of social networking sites on teen identity
The spirit of stuff: What I learned when I sold (almost) everything
Mercy mercy me (the media ecology): Technology, agency, and "cleavage" of the musical text
Refashioning old clothes: Secondhand fashion, meaning, and liquid modern consumption
The use of English-language Internet propaganda by the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan, 2007--2010
Porting transmedia storytelling to journalism
Digital storytelling and study abroad returnees: The impact of a narrative-based, reflective practice upon identity construction
The hyperspatial self: Henry James and posthuman modalities
Feminine realism in "Cornhill Magazine": Anne Thackeray Ritchie and Frances Parthenope Verney
Love through a wide-angle lens: A mythic narrative and feminist critique of the reality competition dating show "More to Love"
Beyond This Point Are Monsters
The performance of intercultural communication: China's "New Face" and the 2008 Beijing Olympics
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