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"There is nothing so practical as a good theory", or is there? Public relations practitioners' perspectives on public relations scholarship and its usefulness
Black women's meaning-making of HIV/AIDS campaigns: A Black feminist approach to the impact of race on the reception of targeted health communication
Exploring the empowerment effects of the Internet on active publics
Pre-Internet versus post-Internet news content: The case of the "Chattanooga Times" and "Times Free Press"
When the organization-public relationship is more than just calculation: What we can learn from the case study of an exemplar community-based intervention
Degrees of access: Factors preventing wide-scope coverage of the Iraq War by embedded reporters---from "shock and awe" to "mission accomplished" (March 21--May 1, 2003)
Remaining vigilant against domestic terrorism: Making meaning of counterterrorism in a national awareness campaign
Social media instruction in journalism and mass communications higher education
The lineaments of personality: "Esquire" and the problem of the male consumer
Body images in magazines: A cross-cultural investigation of media effects in Russian and U.S. young women
Paradigm disguise: Systemic influences on newspaper plagiarism
Individual differences in emotional and physiological responses to televised sports violence: A test of sensation seeking theory
Daring to think is beginning to fight: The history of magazine "Alternativa," Colombia, 1974--1980
The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival as a theatrical event
Mass media is the message: Yoko Ono and John Lennon's 1969 Year of Peace
Identity, power, and difference: The management of roles and self among public relations practitioners
The Internet and political organizations: Force, Tool, or Wildcard?
Enculturation and acculturation of television use among Asian Indians in the U.S.
The roles of internal public relations, leadership style, and workplace spirituality in building leader-employee relationships and facilitating relational outcomes
Evolution of the sportscast highlight form: From peep show to pathe to pastiche
Women's participation as leaders in the transformation of the Chinese media: A case study of Guangzhou City
Investigating the investigators: Examining the attitudes, perceptions, and experiences of investigative journalists in the internet age
SARS discourse analysis: Technoscientific race-nation-gender formations in public health discourse
The Berlin radio war: Broadcasting in Cold War Berlin and the shaping of political culture in divided Germany, 1945--1961
Impact of leadership on continued participation in online groups
From the belly of the HUAC: The HUAC investigations of Hollywood, 1947--1952
Influence of audience characteristics on their behaviors across different sport media platforms
Public relations and sensemaking during organizational change in multinational organizations in China
Integrating strategic relationship management: Evaluating public relations as relationship management in integrated communication
Re-mediating identities in the imagined homeland: Taiwanese migrants in China
Understanding consumers' online information retrieval and search: Implications for firm strategies
Media framing of terrorism: Views of "front lines" national security prestige press
The benefits and burdens of high reputation during disruptions: The role of media reputation, organizational identification, and disruption type
Imagery matters: Exploring the representation(s) of African American male students in season four of "The Wire"
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