Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 85, No. 26, 2010 Western Kentucky University
Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 85, No. 26, Wku Student Affairs
WKU Archives Records
WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.
Columbia Chronicle (01/25/2010), 2010 Columbia College Chicago
Columbia Chronicle (01/25/2010), Columbia College Chicago
Student newspaper from January 25, 2010 entitled The Columbia Chronicle. This issue is 40 pages and is listed as Volume 45, Number 15. Cover story: "A 'moveable feast' for students" Editor-in-Chief: Bethany Reinhart
Manifest Greatness The Final Original Version By Emmanuel Mario B Santos Aka Marc Guerrero, 2010 theINSTITUTE of Health & Wellness PHILIPPINES Foundation Inc
Manifest Greatness The Final Original Version By Emmanuel Mario B Santos Aka Marc Guerrero, Emmanuel Mario B. Santos Aka Marc Guerrero
Emmanuel Mario B Santos aka Marc Guerrero
MANIFEST GREATNESS vf24jan2010 WE COME TOGETHER THERE OUGHT TO BE NO POOR WE TAKE CHARGE.
Too Many Students, Not Enough Jobs?: A Comparative Study Of Australian Journalism Programs, 2010 University of Wollongong
Too Many Students, Not Enough Jobs?: A Comparative Study Of Australian Journalism Programs, Roger Martindale Patching
By the late 1990's, Australia had become one of the largest providers of academic journalism education in the world. More than half of Australia's universities offered courses in journalism practice and studies. This educational phenomenon occurred largely in the late 1980's and through the 1990's as university administrators searched assiduously for new growth areas to offset dwindling numbers in traditional areas of academic study. In early 1997, 22 of Australia's 37 univesities offered vocationally-oriented journalism courses, and more were projected. In conjunction with the rapid growth of communications courses in the years following World War ...
Athletes In Confessional Mode, 2010 University of Central Florida
Athletes In Confessional Mode, Richard C. Crepeau
On Sport and Society
What is it about the media, and by implication, the public, that we seem to require a public confessional from our fallen heroes and icons? As I watched some of the Mark McGwire interview with Bob Costas I wondered if it had started with McGwire looking at the floor and saying, "Forgive me Bobby, for I have sinned." I trust it did not, even though it might have added to the ambiance.
Against The State Governance, Governance From Below & Governing Through Terrorism: Analytically Investigating The Technologies Of Power Within The Terrorist Arsenal., Allen Gnanam
Terrorism as a violent and destabilizing act performed by terrorists, meaning loyal followers of political or religious agendas who hold resent and animosity toward a certain authority/ government (Lin, Liou, & Wu, 2007, pg. 149), will be explored and analyzed through the utilization of the governmentality perspective. For the purposes of this paper terrorism governance will refer to the governance/ control/ influence exerted by terrorists and terrorism. The focus of this explorative and analysis paper will be to identify diverse terrorism oriented technologies of governance, and analyze the ways in which these technologies enable terrorist to exert governance both indirectly and ...
Will The Real Elena Kagan Please Stand Up? Conflicting Public Images In The Supreme Court Confirmation Process, Keith J. Bybee
Institute for the Study of the Judiciary, Politics, and the Media at Syracuse University
What images of judging did the Kagan confirmation process project?
My response to this question begins with a brief overview of existing public perceptions of the Supreme Court. I argue that a large portion of the public sees the justices as impartial arbiters who can be trusted to rule fairly. At the same time, a large portion of the public also sees the justices as political actors who are wrapped up in partisan disputes. Given these prevailing public views, we should expect the Kagan confirmation process to transmit contradictory images of judicial decisionmaking, with a portrait of judging as a ...
The Development Sportswriter: Covering African Football, 2010 University of Massachusetts School of Law - Dartmouth
The Development Sportswriter: Covering African Football, Richard J. Peltz-Steele
Football is Africa’s game, but performance in world competition reveals the sport as metaphor for African development is stymied by political corruption, infrastructure deficiency, and neo-colonial exploitation. The media-sport complex has perpetuated this cycle. Development journalism contrarily posits media as a force for good. Where the ideal of objectivity dominates traditional news, development journalism stresses nation-building. However, emphasizing news, development journalism overlooks the powerful role of sport in African life. Through meta-analysis, this article compares the values and practices of development journalism and of sportswriting. The article concludes that sportswriters are well positioned to act as development journalists. As ...
Columbia Chronicle (2010-2011) Media Kit, 2010 Columbia College Chicago
Columbia Chronicle (2010-2011) Media Kit, Columbia College Chicago
The Columbia Chronicle's 2010-2011 Media Kit. This issue is 20 pages.
Icts And Burma: A Contextual Analysis, 2010 University of Colorado Boulder
Icts And Burma: A Contextual Analysis, Brett Roderick Labbé
Journalism & Mass Communication Graduate Theses & Dissertations
The succession of highly authoritarian military regimes that have ruled over the country of Burma (a.k.a. Myanmar) since 1962 have systematically suppressed their citizens' fundamental freedoms of speech and expression. Such repression has become one of the primary mechanisms employed by Burma's junta to curtail political opposition and preserve their authority over nearly all dimensions of Burmese society. Currently, the nation maintains one of the lowest Information and Communication Technology (ICT) penetration rates in the world.
Researchers have conceptualized the relationship between power and technology in both utopian and dystopian ways over time. Dystopian theorists have tended ...
The Future Of Journalism Is Not In The Past: Reframing The Debate Over How To "Save" Journalism, 2010 Fordham University
The Future Of Journalism Is Not In The Past: Reframing The Debate Over How To "Save" Journalism, Mark Cooper
McGannon Center Working Paper Series
No abstract provided.
A Detailed Case Study Of Unusual Routines, 2010 Marshall University
A Detailed Case Study Of Unusual Routines, Stephen D. Cooper
Communications Faculty Research
Everyone working in organizations will, from time to time, experience frustrations and problems when trying to accomplish tasks that are a required part of their role. In such cases it is normal for people to find ways of completing their work in such a way that hey can get around, or just simply avoid, the procedure or system that has caused the problem. This is an unusual routine – a recurrent interaction pattern in which someone encounters a problem when trying to accomplish normal activities by following standard organizational procedures and then becomes enmeshed in wasteful and even harmful subroutines while ...
Echo, Winter/Spring 2010, 2010 Columbia College Chicago
Echo, Winter/Spring 2010, Columbia College Chicago
Student-produced magazine formerly published as Chicago Arts and Communication, changed to Echo magazine in 1997. Cover Articles: No plan B: day jobs vs. day dreams; Un-restaurants: now you see 'em, now you don't; Paranormal police: to serve and detect; Designers on the edge: three haute shots. 72 pages.
Enhancing The Teaching Of Web Based Journalism - Setting Up A Pioneering Online News Station, 2010 Hong Kong Baptist University
Enhancing The Teaching Of Web Based Journalism - Setting Up A Pioneering Online News Station, Yu Huang, Timothy F Hamlett, Yiu Ming To, Judith L Clarke
Department of Journalism Book Chapter
This project aimed to enhance students' ability to deliver their online journalistic work by providing real hands-on experience of running a regular student-run news station with content delivered over the Internet. The project was divided into three stages. In the first stage, a series of web production and design workshops were conducted. There followed a series of lectures delivered by invited practitioners and experts in the field about the implications of IT developments and the future of online media. In the second stage, the existing student publications - The Young Reporter in English and the San Po Yan in Chinese - developed ...
Us Military And Civilian Surge In Afghanistan, 2010 Dublin Institute of Technology
Us Military And Civilian Surge In Afghanistan, Tom Clonan
US and British casualty figures in Afghanistan experienced a dramatic surge in 2010. A total of 499 US troops and 103 British soldiers were killed by the Taliban last year with thousands more seriously injured by improvised explosive devices (IEDs). The casualty statistics for Afghanistan paint a grim picture of the US-led International Security Assistance Force’s (ISAF) campaign against the Taliban. ISAF’s war in Afghanistan deteriorated significantly in 2007 as the Taliban re-grouped, re-organised and finessed its counter-insurgency strategy against NATO. For example, the number of US and British troops killed in action by the Taliban on an ...
Simulated Afghan Towns: Us Military Training Grounds Germany, 2010 Dublin Institute of Technology
Simulated Afghan Towns: Us Military Training Grounds Germany, Tom Clonan
Spin Boldoz is an Afghan town in Kandahar province close to the border with Pakistan. As we approach the town – with the US 2nd Cavalry Stryker Regiment – the town’s market square is teeming with Afghan civilians haggling over stalls of fruit and vegetables. Smoke from cooking fires and braziers mix with the diesel exhaust of the Stryker Brigade’s armoured vehicles. Donkeys, goats and sheep are tethered and ready for sale. The regiment’s radios are humming with chatter and overhead an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) buzzes lazily over the town. Lurching to a halt, the troops dismount from ...
Challenging The Lion In Its Den: Dilemmas Of Gender And Media Activism In South Africa, 2010 Butler University
Challenging The Lion In Its Den: Dilemmas Of Gender And Media Activism In South Africa, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh
Scholarship and Professional Work - Communication
Media activism groups work to bring about change in the mainstream media, but their gains are often limited. Drawing on theories of the political function of news in a democracy, media sociology, and feminism, this article focuses on the specific experience of Gender Links, a Southern African gender and media organization founded in 2001. An analysis of institutional materials and 25 in-depth interviews shows that Gender Links is using a professional-technical approach to feminist media activism that is insufficient in bringing about deep and long-term change on an ideological level. It is suggested that Gender Links could benefit from more ...
Advertisers' Adherence To The Ftc's Green Guides: A Content Analysis Of Environmental Marketing Claims, 2010 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Advertisers' Adherence To The Ftc's Green Guides: A Content Analysis Of Environmental Marketing Claims, Charlotte Muse
Inquiry: The University of Arkansas Undergraduate Research Journal
In 1992, the Federal Trade Commission created the Guides for Use of Environmental Market Claims, with revisions made in 1996 and 1998. The Guides designate how the Commission applies Section 5 of the FTC Act, which prevents unfair or deceptive practices, to environmental claims. Based on the increased proliferation of environmental marketing claims, the FTC has decided to again revise the Guides. The purpose of this study was to examine whether the environmental claims present in print advertisements are included in the current FTC Guides and whether the qualifying language surrounding claims is acceptable, poorly explained, not explained, or meaningless ...
Ua1b1/1 Rodes-Helm Lecture Series, 2010 Western Kentucky University
Ua1b1/1 Rodes-Helm Lecture Series, Wku Archives
WKU Archives Collection Inventories
These records were created by and about the Rodes-Helm Lecture Series which invited distinguished, and prominent individuals from the spheres of politics, economics, and the arts, to lecture at the university. The records include programs, and recordings of lectures.
State Farm: "Talk To An Agent", 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
State Farm: "Talk To An Agent", Tyler Thomas, Jessica Williams, Kate Stevenson, Kala Mosel, Derek Dillon, Chelsea Thompson, Shea Samani, Katie Sorensen, Matthew Berg, Jennifer Larson, Aaron Jarosh, Kyle Stebbins, Mike Sammons, Daniel Scheyer, Sara Leimbach, Doug Flegle, Brett Tesmer, Maggie Geist, Will Sharpe, Jamie Ksieski, Nicholas Huff, Andrew Ciaccio, Drew Guiney, Michael Taylor, Erin Sorensen, Phil Willet
Student Advertising Projects - College of Journalism & Mass Communication
Established in 1922, State Farm has become a trustworthy, reliable company that prides itself on the dedication of its agents and their ability to provide personalized insurance policies. Even though State Farm leads the insurance industry, the company is struggling to gain customers in the 18-25 year old demographic.
As a part of this demographic, many of us were guilty of quickly purchasing our insurance policies online. We thought that we had the coverage we needed — that was before we talked to an agent. In one hour, local State Farm agent Vincon Krikac changed 25 minds. We learned how little ...