Headlines for Vol. 38, No. 2-Spring 2017

Wednesday, July 05 2017 @ 10:14 AM CDT

-"Newspaper News Exposure Predicts Political Participation," by Esther Thorson, Scott Swafford and Eunjin (Anna) Kim

-"Newspaper Editorial Pages Frame China Similarly," Josephine Lukito and Guy J. Golan

-"English Doping Suspension Trigger Event for U.S. News," by Bryan E. Denham

-"Marijuana Business Workers Most Common News Source," by Steven Block

-"Proximity Prominent News Value for Online Publication," by Guolan Yang and Douglas F. Cannon

-"Public information Officers Exert Increasing Controls," by Carolyn S. Carlson and David Cuillier

-"Control Frames Dominate E-Cigarette News Articles,,'" by Lu Wu and Rhonda Gibson

-"Traditional Baseball Statistics Still Dominate News Stories ," by Joseph L. Abisaid and William P. Cassidy

-"Personalized News Stories Affect Men as Well as Women," by Scott R. Maier, Marcus Mayorga and Paul Slovic

-"Political Participation and Newspaper Coverage of Municipal Elections in Small-Town America," by Elinor Thorson, Scott Swafford and Eunjin (Anna) Kim

-"Diverse Views or Echo Chamber? The Framing of China in Two American Elite Newspapers' Opinion Pages," by Josephine Lukito and Guy J. Golan

-"Altering the Attribute Agenda: How the Suspension of an English Rugby Star Impacted Press Coverage of Doping in the United States," by Bryan E.
Denham

-"Marijuana Legalization Coverage Features an Economic Focus and Industry Sources," by Steven Block

-"Gatekeeping in Social Media: A Case Study," by Guolan Yang and Douglas F. Cannon

-"Gatekeepers Under Siege: Assessing Factors of Governmental Public Information Officers' Controls on Journalists," by Carolyn S. Carlson and David
Cuillier

-"Framing E-Cigarettes: News Media Coverage of the Popularity and Regulation of 'Vaping,'" by Lu Wu and Rhonda Gibson

-"Sacrifice Bunts are Bad: A Content Analysis of Baseball Statistics in News Reports Before and After Moneyball," by Joseph L. Abisaid and William P.
Cassidy

-"The Affective Gap: Response to News and Humanitarian Crisis Differs by Gender and Age," by Scott R. Maier, Marcus Mayorga and Paul Slovic

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