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Submissions from 2020

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Freedom of Journalism in International Human Rights Law, Edward L. Carter and Rosalie Westenskow

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Agnew, ABC, and Richard Nixon's War on Television, Dale L. Cressman PhD

Submissions from 2018

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News in Lights: The Times Square Zipper and Newspaper Signs in an Age of Technological Enthusiasm, Dale L. Cressman PhD

Submissions from 2017

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“No to Disclose Information Sources”: Journalistic Privilege Under Article 19 of ICCPR, Edward L. Carter

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Mass Communication Law and Policy Research and the Values of Free Expression, Edward L. Carter

Submissions from 2016

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“Error But Without Malice” in Defamation of Public Officials: The Value of Free Expression in International Human Rights Law, Edward L. Carter

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The Development of Social and Communicative Competence in Childhood: Review and a Model of Personal, Familial, and Extrafamilial Processes, Craig H. Hart, Susanne Frost Olsen, Clyde C. Robinson, and Barbara L. Mandelco

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What Deepest Remains: How Photojournalistic Mutualism Between Robert Capa and Elmer W. Lower Shaped Modern Concepts of World War II, Steven Holiday and Dale L. Cressman

Submissions from 2014

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“Much Dispute and Wonderful Contentions”: Modern First Amendment Values In The Book of Mormon, Edward L. Carter

Submissions from 2013

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Media, Mormonism, and Mormon Media Studies, Sherry Baker

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Actual Malice in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Edward L. Carter

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Argentina's Right to Be Forgotten, Edward L. Carter

Submissions from 2012

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Mormon Media Studies Symposium - 2012, Sherry Baker

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“Choking the Channel of Public Information”: Re-Examination of an Eighteenth-Century Warning about Copyright and Free Speech, Edward L. Carter

Submissions from 2011

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Copyright Ownership of Online News: Cultivating a Transformation Ethos in America's Emerging Statutory Attribution Right, Edward L. Carter

Submissions from 2010

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Mormon Media Studies Symposium - 2010, Sherry Baker

Submissions from 2009

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Swearing In The Cinema: An analysis of profanity in US teen-oriented movies, 1980-2006, Dale Cressman, Mark Callister, Tom Robinson, and Chris Near

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From Newspaper Row to Times Square: The Dispersal and Contested Identity of an Imagined Journalistic Community, Dale L. Cressman PhD

Submissions from 2008

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Measuring the relationship between organizational transparency and employee trust, Brad R. Rawlins

Submissions from 2007

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Membership in a Particular Social Group: International Journalists and U.S. Asylum Law, Edward L. Carter and Brad Clark

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Newspaper vs. Non-Newspaper Litigants in the U.S. Supreme Court, 1964-2001, Edward L. Carter and James C. Phillips

Submissions from 2006

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Mormon Media History Timeline: 1827-2007, Sherry Baker

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Death of Procedural Safeguards: Prior Restraint, Due Process and the Elusive First Amendment Value of Content Neutrality, Edward L. Carter and Brad Clark

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The Smith-Mundt Act's Ban on Domestic Propaganda: An Analysis of the Cold War Statute Limiting Access to Public Diplomacy, Edward L. Carter and Allen W. Palmer

Submissions from 2003

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Mormons and the Media, 1898-2003: A Selected, Annotated, and Indexed Bibliography (with Suggestions for Future Research), Sherry Baker and Daniel Stout