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Iowa State Daily (June 3, 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (June 3, 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, June 2010

Contents: Educating young alumni: Guiding the leaders of tomorrow; Skinheads: Commonly associated with racism, the cultural truth about the original skinhead movement is brought to light; Primaries: See how the incumbents, candidates weigh in on issues as they contend for positions or attempt to maintain them; Where's Cy?: Vandalism has plagued Cy standees in the past, now more vandalism has occured, one Cy is missing


The Need For Effective Visual Communication: How Website Design Can Further The Success Of The Cal Poly Women’S Lacrosse Team, Bonnie J. Burtis 2010 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo

The Need For Effective Visual Communication: How Website Design Can Further The Success Of The Cal Poly Women’S Lacrosse Team, Bonnie J. Burtis

Journalism

This paper argues that an efficient and successfully built website is crucial to the future success of college sports websites. By focusing on the Cal Poly Women’s Lacrosse team and its website, visual communication research gives insight into what works and what does not. The fundamental and design elements examined include: text elements, site navigation, accessible links, presence of news, communication and graphics (visual design). These are the elements that promote success and efficiency. Compared to other websites built and maintained by teams in the women’s lacrosse league, Cal Poly’s lacks foundational website material. General website research ...


Iowa State Daily (Celebrate Summer 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (Celebrate Summer 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, June 2010

Contents: Camping, Picnics, Concerts


Iowa State Daily (June 1, 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (June 1, 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, June 2010

Contents: Aquatic center makes a splash; Snack in the face: A local business offers caffeinated baked goods to anyone that might need a boost to make it through their day; Memorial Day: Local community closes their businesses, opens their hearts to honor the memory of a Marine who lost his life; Marine opinion: Many Americans still cannot comprehend the sensitivity or the lingering consequences of combat's ugliest side: killing


Iowa State Daily (2010 Daily Field Guide), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (2010 Daily Field Guide), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, June 2010

The 2010 Daily Field Guide: your passport to Iowa State & Ames


Food Fight: Restaurants Charge Street Vendors Using Loopholes, Aisha Al-Muslim 2010 City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism

Food Fight: Restaurants Charge Street Vendors Using Loopholes, Aisha Al-Muslim

Aisha Al-Muslim

No abstract provided.


Making Space For The “Nuances Of Truth”: Communication And Uncertainty At An Environmental Journalists’ Workshop, Jen Schneider 2010 Colorado School of Mines

Making Space For The “Nuances Of Truth”: Communication And Uncertainty At An Environmental Journalists’ Workshop, Jen Schneider

Jen Schneider

In 2008, the Society of Environmental Journalists listed nearly 50 science or science immersion workshops for environmental journalists. Yet relatively little is known about the content of these workshops and their impact on participants. This ethnographic study, conducted at a science immersion workshop for environmental journalists, aims to fill this void in our knowledge. Relying on participant observation and depth interviews, the study suggests that such workshops are useful for participating journalists: Reporters feel they leave the workshop better understanding the scientific method and scientific uncertainty. But the findings also reveal that “metacommunication”—communication about communication—is equally as important ...


The Reporter's Privilege Goes Incognito In Wisconsin, Erik Ugland 2010 Marquette University

The Reporter's Privilege Goes Incognito In Wisconsin, Erik Ugland

Erik Ugland

No abstract provided.


Iowa State Daily (May 27, 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (May 27, 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, May 2010

Contents: Remembering our fallen heroes; Aquatic Center; Raven Update; Weekend Events


Iowa State Daily (May 25, 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (May 25, 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, May 2010

Contents: Swimming against the odds; Conversation Station; Your eating directory; Burritos on Welch


Iowa State Daily (May 20, 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (May 20, 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, May 2010

Contents: Dalai Lama enlightens; Special Olympics; Ames 247; Football


Iowa State Daily (May 18, 2010), Iowa State Daily 2010 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily (May 18, 2010), Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, May 2010

Contents: CyRide driver places top 10; Angie's Kitchen remodeled; Citizens require initiative; Health care reform debate


Preaching, Prosperity, And Product Sales: A Profile Of On-Demand Digital Audio Offerings Of Christian Renewalist Ministries, Douglas J. Swanson 2010 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo

Preaching, Prosperity, And Product Sales: A Profile Of On-Demand Digital Audio Offerings Of Christian Renewalist Ministries, Douglas J. Swanson

Douglas J. Swanson, Ed.D APR

In the United States alone, millions of listeners tune in to Internet-based audio-on-demand (commonly known as podcast programming). Religious programming is among the fastest-growing podcast areas. Since studies show that evangelicals are known to be quick to adopt new technology, this research involved a content analysis of 67 podcast episodes produced by five well-known renewalist evangelical ministries. The study found most podcasts were not original in content and were not consistently available for listeners to download. Also, the podcasts had poorer production values than would be expected from broadcast programming. A frame analysis identified ministries' justification of religious messages, listener ...


A Longitudinal Study Of U.S. Network Tv Newscasts And Strikes: Political Economy On The Picket Line, Mark D Harmon, Lee Shu-Yueh 2010 University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh

A Longitudinal Study Of U.S. Network Tv Newscasts And Strikes: Political Economy On The Picket Line, Mark D Harmon, Lee Shu-Yueh

Mark D Harmon

News media coverage of labor traditionally has been used as a supporting example for Political Economy Theory. It holds that that content production and distribution, and hence the news content itself, is subtly influenced by ownership and control. Certainly one can notice over the past few decades a dramatic decline in the journalistic resources devoted to labor coverage. This has lead some observers to suggest the growing corporate concentration of media ownership correlates with strike coverage that has declined beyond any ratio suggested by the declining power of unions and the reduced number of strikes. This research examined whether U ...


Spartan Daily May 17, 2010, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2010 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily May 17, 2010, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)

Volume 134, Issue 54


Spartan Daily May 13, 2010, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2010 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily May 13, 2010, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)

Volume 134, Issue 53


Spartan Daily May 12, 2010, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2010 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily May 12, 2010, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)

Volume 134, Issue 52


Spartan Daily May 11, 2010, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2010 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily May 11, 2010, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)

Volume 134, Issue 51


Columbia Chronicle (05/10/2010), Columbia College Chicago 2010 Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Chronicle (05/10/2010), Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Chronicle

Student newspaper from May 10, 2010 entitled The Columbia Chronicle. This issue is 44 pages and is listed as Volume 45, Number 30. Cover story: "Columbia celebrates rising stars" Editor-in-Chief: Bethany Reinhart


Spartan Daily May 10, 2010, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2010 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily May 10, 2010, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)

Volume 134, Issue 50


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