This series collects faculty publications, with a focus on published articles and conference presentations, provided in department series elsewhere in The Repository. Links to authoritative versions located on publisher sites are included with the annotation for each article or presentation when available.

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Submissions from 1998

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Framing and Ideology: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and Chinese Newspaper Coverage of the Fourth United Nations Conference on Women and the NGO Forum, Roya Akhavan-Majid and Jyotika Ramaprasad

Submissions from 1995

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How Community Involvement Affects Editors' Role, Roya Akhavan-Majid

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Telecommunications Policymaking in Japan, 1970-1993: A Case Study in Elite Conflict, Roya Akhavan-Majid

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Chain Ownership, Organizational Size, and Editorial Role Perceptions, Roya Akhavan-Majid and Timothy Boudreau

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Racial Attitudes of Black Students during the Reagan Era, Luke S. Tripp

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Racial Ideological Warfare: IQ as a Weapon, Luke S. Tripp

Submissions from 1994

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Black Working Class Radicalism in Detroit, 1960-1970, Luke S. Tripp

Submissions from 1992

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Public service broadcasting and the challenge of new technology: A case study of Japan’s NHK, Roya Akhavan-Majid

Submissions from 1991

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American Mass Media and the Myth of Libertarianism: Toward an "Elite Power Group" Theory, Roya Akhavan-Majid

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Chain Ownership and Editorial Independence: A Case Study of Gannett Newspapers, Roya Akhavan-Majid, Anita Rife, and Sheila Gopinath

Submissions from 1990

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Telecommunications Policymaking in Japan: 1980s and beyond, Roya Akhavan-Majid

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The Press as an Elite Power Group in Japan, Roya Akhavan-Majid

Submissions from 1989

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DBS Policymaking in Japan: An Interpretive History, Roya Akhavan-Majid