Updated: December 20, 2010

Al-Sumait, Fahed; Lingle, Colin; & Domke, David. 2009. “Terrorism’s cause and cure: the rhetorical regime of democracy in the US and UK.” Critical Studies on Terrorism. 2 (1)

Al-Sumait, Fahed. 2009. “The Emerging Foundations of a Growing Field of Inquiry.” Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research. 2 (1)

Al-Sumait, Fahed. 2010 forthcoming. “Public Opinion Discourses on Democratization in the Arab Middle East.” Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication.

Barthel, M. 2010. Review: Marwan M. Kraidy: Reality Television and Arab Politics (Contention in Public Life). International Journal of Communication. [Online] 4:0. 2010 Jul 29.

Beam, Randal and Meeks, Lindsey. (2011). “So many stories, so little time”: The changing professional environment. In Lowery, W. and Gade, P. (Eds.), Changing the News: The Forces Shaping Journalism in Uncertain Times (Ch 13 p230-248), New York: Routledge.

Beam, Randal A., & Di Cicco, Damon T., 2010. When Women Run the Newsroom: Management Change, Gender, and the News. Journalism &Mass Communication Quarterly, 87 (2), 393-411.

Beam, Randal A., Brownlee, Bonnie J, Weaver, David H., and Di Cicco, Damon T., 2009. Journalism and Public Service in Troubled Times. Journalism Studies, 10 (6), 734-53.

Bennett, W. L., Freelon, D. G., & Wells, C. 2010. Changing citizen identity and the rise of a participatory media culture. In L. Sherrod, J. Torney-Purta & C. Flanagan (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Civic Engagement in Youth (pp. 393-424). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Bhatt, Amy, Murty, Madhavi; and Ramamurthy, Priti. 2010. “Hegemonic Developments: The New Indian Middle Class, Gendered Subalterns, and Diasporic Returnees in the Event of Neoliberalism.” SIGNS: Special Issue on “Feminists Theorize International Political Economy,” 36 (1), 127-52.

Celeste, Manoucheka. 2008. Book Review: Walsh, K.C. (2007). Talking About Race: Community Dialogues ad the Politics of Difference. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 32(3).

Di Cicco, Damon T. 2010. The Public Nuisance Paradigm: Changes in Mass Media Coverage of Political Protest Since the 1960s. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87 (1), 137-55.

Freelon, D. G. (2010). ReCal: Intercoder reliability calculation as a web service. International Journal of Internet Science, 5(1), 20-33.

Gastil, John; Reedy, Justin & Wells, Chris. 2007. When Good Voters Make Bad Policies: Assessing and Improving the Deliberative Quality of Initiative Elections. Colorado Law Review, 78:4.

Gastil, John, Reedy, Justin, Braman, Don, & Kahan, Dan. 2008. Deliberation Across the Cultural Divide: Assessing the Potential for Reconciling Conflicting Cultural Orientations to Reproductive Technology. George Washington Law Review, 76:6.

Gastil, John, Lingle, Colin J., and Deess, Eugene P. 2010. Deliberation and Global Criminal Justice: Juries in International Criminal Court. Ethics and International Affairs, 24 (1), 69-90.

Howard, P. N., Busch, L., Sheets, P. 2010. Comparing Digital Divides: Internet access and social inequality in Canada and the United States. Canadian Journal of Communication, 35, 109-128.

Jackson, Ronald L. II & Moshin, Jamie. 2008. “Scripting Jewishness within the Satire The Hebrew Hammer.Communication Ethics: Cosmopolitanism and Provinciality, eds. Kathleen Glenister-Roberts and Ronald Arnette.  New York: Peter Lang, 187-212.

Jackson, Ronald L. II &  Moshin, Jamie. 2010. “Identity and Difference: Race and the Necessity of the Discriminating Subject.” The Handbook of Critical International Communication Studies, eds. Thomas Nakayama and Rona Halualani (Blackwell Publishers), 348-63.

Jones, T. & Sheets, P. 2009. Torture in the Eye of the Beholder: Social Identity, News Coverage, and Abu Ghraib. Political Communication, 26(3), 278-295.

Mason, R. & Hart, T. 2007. Libraries for a global networked world: Toward new educational and design strategies. Paper translated into Korean and published in The National Assembly Library Review of The National Assembly Library of the Republic of Korea, October 2007, Volume 44, Number 341, pp 14-23.

Meeks, Lindsey. (February 01, 2012). Is She “Man Enough”? Women Candidates, Executive Political Offices, and News Coverage. Journal of Communication, 62, 1, 175-193.

Moshin, Jamie and Jackson, Ronald L. II. 2011 (in press). “Inscribing Racial Bodies and Relieving Responsibility: Examining Racial Politics in Crash.” Critical Rhetorics of Race, eds. Michael Lacey and Kent Ono. New York: NYU Press.

Moshin, Jamie & Jackson, Ronald L. II. 2008. “Constructing, Negotiating, and Communicating Jewish Identity in America.” Intercultural Communication: A Reader (12th Ed.), eds. Larry A. Samovar and Richard E. Porter. Boston: Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 70-78.

Moshin, Jamie. 2008. Laughter at What Cost?: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Representation of Jewish Identity in Humorous Films about the Holocaust. Yad Vashem Library, Jerusalem, Israel.

Moshin, Jamie. 2006. On the Big Screen, but Stuck in the Closet: What Mel Brooks’ The Producers Says About Modern American Jewish Identity and Communicating the Holocaust. Journal of the Northwest Communication Association 35 (March 2006):22-45.

Murty, Madhavi. 2009. “Representing Hindutva: Nation, Religion, and Masculinity in Indian Popular Cinema from 1990s to the Present,” Popular Communication, Fall 2009, Vol. 7, No. 4.

Murty, Madhavi. 2010. “Reading the Perplexing Figure of the ‘Bandit Queen’: Interpellation, Resistance and Opacity.” Thirdspace: A Journal Of Feminist Theory & Culture, 9 (1).

Murty, Madhavi. 2009. Review of “Gay Conservatives: Group Consciousness and Assimilation” by Kenneth Cimino, Journal of GLBT Family Studies 5, no. 1-2 (2009): 183-185.

Murty, Madhavi. 2010 forthcoming. Review of “Framing the Black Panthers: The Spectacular Rise of a Black Power Icon” by Jane Rhodes, forthcoming in The Black Scholar, Vol. 39, No. 3.

Neff, Gina, Brittany Fiore-Silfvast and Carrie Sturts Dossick. 2010. “A Case Study of the Failure of Digital Media to Cross Knowledge Boundaries in Virtual Construction.” Information, Communication & Society, 13 (4): 556573.

Pietrucci, Pamela. 2010. “‘Poetic’ publics: Agency and rhetorics of ‘netroots’ activism in post-earthquake L’Aquila.” Journal of Community Informatics 6 (3).

Reedy, Justin; and Chris Wells. 2008. “Information, the Internet and Direct Democracy.” In The Handbook of Internet Politics, eds. Andrew Chadwick and Philip N. Howard. London: Routledge.

Scherman, Elizabeth. 2010. “The speech that didn’t fly: Polysemic readings of Christopher Reeves’ address to the 1996 Democratic National Convention.” Disability Studies Quarterly, 29 (2).

Sheets, P., Domke, D., & Greenwald, A. G. (2010 in press). “God and Country: The partisan psychology of the presidency, religion, and nation.” Political Psychology.

Stone, L. & Hart, T. 2008. Semiotic mediation in literacy practices:
Private speech in context. In R. Alanen & S. Pöyhönen (Eds.), Language
in Action: Vygotsky and Leontievian Legacy Today. Newcastle upon Tyne:
Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Wells, Chris; Justin Reedy; John Gastil and Carolyn Lee. 2009. “Information Distortion and Voting Choices: The Origins and Effects of Factual Beliefs in Initiative Elections.” Political Psychology, 30:6, 953-969.

Vats, Anjali. 2010. “Civic Engagement through Policy Debate: Possibilities for Transformation,” in Navigating Opportunity: Policy Debate in the 21st Century (New York: International Debate Education Association), 242-49.