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Ashdown, P. G. (1998).  Samuel Lover, British Reform Writers, 1832-1914. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 190, 160-166.
Ashdown, P. G., Aucoin J., & Hartsock J. (2009).  Praising Famous Men: James Agee and the History of American Literary Journalism. American Journalism Historians Association.
Ashdown, P. G. (1974).  Junkstore Artifacts Help Invigorate J-History Course. Journalism Educator. 23-24.
Ashdown, P. G., Caudill E. C., & Caudill S. M. (1990).  Assessing Learning in News, Public Relations Curricula. Journalism Educator. 13-19.
Ashdown, P. G. (2007).  'From Almost as Early as I Can Remember': James Agee and the Civil War. (Lofaro, M. A., Ed.).Agee Agonistes: Essays on the Life, Legend, and Works of James Agee,. 105-124.
Ashdown, P. G. (2004).  A Cold Mountain Companion. 80.
Ashdown, P. G. (2000).  Omnimus. (Pendergast, S., & Pendergast T., Ed.).St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. 561.
Ashdown, P. G. (1983).  The Paracelsus Paradigm: Reflections on the Journalism of Credulity. (Howard, H. H., Ed.).Sixth Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. 17-32.
Ashdown, P. G. (2000).  The Fox. (Ivie, D., Ed.).Breathing the Same Air. 230-231.
Ashdown, P. G. (1999).  Thomas Willis White. American National Biography. 729-731.
Ashdown, P. G. (1979).  Samuel Ringgold: A Missionary in the Tennessee Valley, 1860-1911. Tennessee Historical Quarterly. 204-213.
Ashdown, P. G. (1997).  Ron Rosenbaum, American Literary Journalists 1945-1995. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 185, 253-261.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (2007).  Hydra or Hercules?: Nathan Bedford Forrest in Civil War Fiction. (Sachsman, D. B., & Morris R., Ed.).Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom's Cabin to Cold Mountain. 185-196.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (2006).  Titan or Vandal? The Press and Sherman’s March to the Sea. American Journalism Historians Association.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (1989).  The New England Journal of Medicine as a News Source. Journalism Quarterly. 458-462.
Ashdown, P. G. (2002).  Gunfight at the Cyberspace Corral: Public Intellectuals on the Cyberspace Frontier. (Ostendorf, B., Ed.).Transnational America: The Fading of Borders in the Western Hemisphere.. 107-115.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (1999).  Drive-By History: Three Personal (and Sometimes Peculiar) Journeys to the American Civil War. Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Ashdown, P. G. (1981).  A Profile of the Press in the Republic of Ireland. (McKerns, J. P., Ed.).Fourth Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. 184-195.
Ashdown, P. G. (1998).  Intellectuals and Society in the Information Age. The New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs. 16-17.
Ashdown, P. G. (1976).  Most J-Students Need More Work in Use of Library. Journalism Educator. 56-57.
Ashdown, P. G. (1992).  Prophet from Highland Avenue: James Agee's Visionary Journalism. (Lofaro, M. A., Ed.).James Agee: Reconsiderations. 59-81.
Ashdown, P. G. (2007).  Savage Satori: Fact and Fiction in Charles Frazier's Cold Mountain. (Sachsman, D. B., & Morris R., Ed.).Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom's Cabin to Cold Mountain. 207-220.
Ashdown, P. G. (2005).  James Agee: Selected Journalism. 166.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (2000).  Let the Story Tellers Invent it All: Col. John S. Mosby in Myth and Popular Literature. Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Ashdown, P. G. (1984).  James Agee's Magazine Journalism. 13th Annual Popular Culture Associationin the South Conference.
Ashdown, P. G. (1999).  T.S. Matthews. American National Biography. 245-246.
Ashdown, P. G. (1979).  Samuel Ringgold. Filson Club Historical Quarterly. 231-238.
Ashdown, P. G. (1997).  Joan Didion, American Literary Journalists 1945-1995. Dictionary of Literary Biography. 185, 69-77.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (2008).  What Can We Say of Such a Hero: Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Press. (Sachsman, D. B., Rushing K., & Morris R., Ed.).Words at War. 319-327.
Ashdown, P. G. (1990).  Seattle 1962:Seattle World's Fair (Century 21 Exposition). (Findling, J. E., Ed.).Historical Dictionary of the World's Fairs and Expositions, 1851-1988. 319-321.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (2003).  What Can We Say of Such a Hero? Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Press. Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expession, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Ashdown, P. G. (2000).  Tracking the Old Sow Bear: Fact and Fiction in Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain,. Proteus. 29-31.
Ashdown, P. G. (1981).  Local TV Editorial Themes. Journalism Quarterly. 111-113..
Ashdown, P. G. (1998).  From Public Intellectuals to Technointellectuals: Gunslingers on the Cyberspace Frontier. The Profession of Journalism in a Democratic Society: East-West Perspectives, Napier University.
Ashdown, P. G. (1976).  Confederates on Television. Fifth Annual Popular Culture Association in the South Conference.
Ashdown, P. G. (1992).  James Agee. (Connery, T. B., Ed.).A Sourcebook of American Literary Journalism: Representative Writers in an Emerging Genre. 197-204.
Ashdown, P. G., & Caudill E. C. (2007).  Let the Story Tellers Invent it All: Col. John S. Mosby in Popular Literature. (Sachsman, D. B., & Morris R., Ed.).Memory and Myth: The Civil War in Fiction and Film from Uncle Tom's Cabin to Cold Mountain. 177-184.
Ashdown, P. G. (2005).  'For as Long as I Can Remember': James Agee and the Civil War. Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Ashdown, P. G. (2000).  Key West. (Pendergast, S., & Pendergast T., Ed.).St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. 22-24.
Ashdown, P. G. (1984).  James Agee's Magazine Journalism. (Singletary, M. W., Ed.).Seventh Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. 151-166.
Ashdown, P. G. (2001).  Bohemian Fables: Col. John S. Mosby in the Press. Western Journalism Historians Conference, University of California.
Ashdown, P. G. (1999).  P.J. O’Rourke. (Stempel III, G. H., & Gifford J N., Ed.).Dictionary of Political Communication. 101.
Ashdown, P. G. (1979).  Confederates on Television: The Cavalier Myth and the Death of 'The Gray Ghost’. Studies in Popular Culture. 11-22.
Auger, G., & Cho M. (2010).  An investigation and analysis of theory building in nonprofit academic literature. Association for Research on Nonprofit Organization and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA).
Auger, G., & Cho M. (In Press).  Meeting the needs of the practice: An evaluation of the public relations curricula. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator.
Aumente, J., Gross P., Hiebert R., Johnson O., & Mills D. (1999).  Eastern European Journalism. Before, During and After Communism. 172.
Avery, E. J. (2010).  Contextual and Audience Moderators of Channel Selection and Message Reception of Public Health Information in Routine and Crisis Situations. Journal of Public Relations Research. 22, 378-403.
Avery, E. J., & Kim S. (2008).  Preparing for Pandemic while Managing Uncertainty:An Analysis of the Construction of Fear and Uncertainty in Press Releases of Major Health Agencies. International Communication Association.
Avery, E. J. (2010).  The Role of Source and the Factors Audiences Rely on in Evaluating Credibility of Health Information. Public Relations Review. 36, 81-83.
Avery, E. J. (2014).  Communicating with Funding Sources. College of Communication and Information Annual Research Symposium.

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