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Volume Twenty Six

Volume 26, no. 1 (winter 2005)

 

Koang-Hyub Kim and Philip Meyer, “Survey Yields Factors of Newspaper Quality,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 6-15.

 

Shelly Rodgers, Glen T. Cameron and Ann M. Brill, “Ad Placement in E-Newspapers Affects Memory, Attitude,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 16-27.

 

George Albert Gladney and Terri L. Rittenburg, “Euphemistic Text Affects Attitudes, Behavior,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 28-41.

 

Jeanie McAdams Moore and Chris Lamb, “Analysis Shows Trends for Pulitzer Feature Stories,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 42-52.

 

Research-in-Brief

 

William P. Cassidy, “Web-only Online Sites More Likely to Post Editorial Policies than are Daily Paper Sites,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 53-58.

 

Laura M. Donnelly, “Proximity, not Story Format, Improves News Awareness among Readers,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 59-65.

 

Marie Hardin, “Survey Finds Boosterism, Freebies Remain Problem for Newspaper Sports Departments,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 66-72.

 

Book Reviews

 

Vivian B. Martin, review of Tuned Out: Why Americans under 40 Don’t Follow the News, by David T. Z. Mindich, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 73-75.

 

Dane Claussen, review of All the News That’s Fit to Sell: How the Market Transforms Information into News, by James T. Hamilton, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 76-78.

 

Kyu Ho Youm, review of Insult to Injury: Libel, Slander and Invasions of Privacy, by William K. Jones, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 79-81.

 

Joe Hayden, review of Backstory: Inside the Business of News, by Ken Auletta, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (winter 2005): 82-83.

 

Volume 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005)

 

Susan Keith, “Copy Editor Job Satisfaction Lowest at Small Newspapers,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 6-26.

 

Leonard N. Reid and Karen Whitehill King, “Local Advertisers View Cost Less Important than Media Effects,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 27-42.

 

Bill Reader, “Who’s Really Writing Those ‘Canned’ Letters to the Editor?” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 43-56.

 

Scott R. Maier, “Comparing Internet vs. Paper in NEwspaper Source Surveys,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 57-71.

 

Cynthia Bond Hopson, “How One Southern Newspaper Supported Status Quo in 1960s,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 72-84.

 

Kathleen Woodruff Wickham, “Most Mississippi Dailies Have No Diversity Initiatives,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 85-94.

 

Shelly Rodgers, Jin Yang, Yoohyeung Choi, Wanda Siu and Ann M. Brill, “House Ads in Print Editions Promote E-Newspapers,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 95-112.

 

Research-in-Brief

 

Ginger L. Park and Joye Gordon, “Domestic Violence Presentation Raises Awareness in Student Reporters Stories,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 113-118.

 

David W. Scott and Christopher S. McDonald, “Utah Newspapers Take Different Approaches to Coverage of First Amendment Controversy,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 119-123.

 

Bonnie Bressers, “Staff, Time, Space Constraints Limit Coverage of Children’s Health Issues,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 124-132.

 

Book Reviews

 

Michael D. Dorsher, review of Online News and the Public, eds. Michael B. Salwen, Bruce Garrison and Paul D. Driscoll, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 133-134.

 

Janna Quitney Anderson, review of Interpersonal Divide: The Serach for Community in a Technological Age, by Michael Bugeja, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 135-136.

 

Joe Hayden, review of Drawn to Extremes: The Use and Abuse of Editorial Cartoons, by Chris Lamb, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 2/3 (spring/summer 2005): 137-139.

 

Volume 26, no. 4 (fall 2005)

 

Donica Mensing and Merlyn Oliver, “Editors at Small Newspapers Say Error Problems Serious,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 6-21.

 

Marie Hardin and Stacie Shain, “Female Sports Journalists: Are We There Yet? ‘No’,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 22-35.

 

Larry Dailey, Lori Demo and Mary Spillman, “Most TV/Newspaper Partners at Cross Promotion Stage,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 36-49.

 

Charles St. Cyr, Stephen Lacy and Susana Guzman-Ortega, “Circulation Increases Follow Investments in Newsrooms,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 50-60.

 

Jack Rosenberry, “Few Papers Use Online Techniques to Improve Public Communication,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 61-73.

 

Miles Maguire, “Changes in Ownership Affect Quality of Oshkosh Paper,” Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 74-86.

 

Book Reviews

 

David Arant, review of The First Casualty: The War Correspondent as Hero and Myth-Maker from the Crimea to Iraq, by Phillip Knightley, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 87-89.

 

Susan M. Keith, review of The Moral Media: How Journalists Reason about Ethics, by Lee Wilkins and Renita Coleman, Newspaper Research Journal 26, no. 4 (fall 2005): 90-92.


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