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Legg, R. J., & Luther C. A. (2007).  You're So Mean! Portrayals of Female Social Aggression in Children's Programming. ICA Annual Conference.
Muldrew, T., & Violanti M. T. (2002).  You're in our world now: Sex and gaming styles in massive multiplayer online gaming. annual meeting of the International Communication Association.
Rathi, D., Twidale M. B., Singh V., & Jones M. C. (2007).  Your Mark is My Dirt: Impact of Email Signatures on Decision making. 9th International Conference on Decision Support Systems.
Bilal, D., & Jopeck V. (2014).  Young girls’ affective responses to access and use of information and communication technology (ICT) in information-poor societies.. New Directions in Children’s and Adolescents’ Information Behavior Research . 107-126.
Welch, C. (2003).  Young Adult Collection Development. (Ball, S., Ed.).Know Kidding: The Best of the Best of Youth Services. 33-35.
Colon-Aguirre, M., & Fleming-May R. (2012).  You just type in what you are looking for: Undergraduates' use of library resources vs. Wikipedia. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(6), 391-399.
Childers, C. C., Hoy M G., & Morrison M. (2009).  “You are what you eat!” An investigation of CARU cases involving nutritional complaints from 2000-2006. . 2009 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference .
Tenopir, C. (1993).  The Year 2000: Dreams and Nightmares. Database Searcher. 9, 29.
Palenchar, M. J., & Freberg K. (2008).  Yahoo! Inc.’s Reputation Management in China: A Case Study of Corporate Personality and Media Challenges. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.
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Welch, C. (2009).  WYSIWYG, Youth Services Style. Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference.
Ashdown, P. G. (1979).  WTVJ's War on Crime: Television's First Crusade. (Lynn, J. R., Ed.).Second Annual Communications Research Symposium: A Proceedings. 110-120.
Ashdown, P. G. (1980).  WTVJ's Miami Crime War: A Television Crusade. Florida Historical Quarterly. 427-437.
[Anonymous] (2006).  On the Writing of His Brother's Keeper: A Story from the Edge of Medicine. (Littmann, M., Ed.).2005 Hill Lecture by Jonathan Weiner.
Stovall, J. G. (2006).  Writing for the Mass Media.
McMillan, S. J. (1996).  Writing as Theater: The Marketing of the Digital Word. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference.
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye B. K. (2003).  The World Wide Web of Sports: A Path Model Examining How Online Gratifications and Reliance Predict Credibility of Online Sports Information. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference.
White, C., & Raman N. (1998).  The World Wide Web as a public relations medium: The use of research, planning, and evaluation by Web Site decision-makers. annual meeting of AEJMC, Public Relations Division.
White, C., & Raman N. (1999).  The World Wide Web as a public relations medium: The use of research and planning in Web Site development. Public Relations Review. 25, 405-419.
Hill, L., & White C. (1999).  The World Wide Web as a communications tool: PR practitioners perspectives. annual meeting of AEJMC, Public Relations Division.
Kaye, B. K., & Medoff N. J. (1999).  The World Wide Web: A Mass Communication Perspective. 404.
Kaye, B. K., & Medoff N. J. (2001).  The World Wide Web: A Mass Communication Perspective. 404.
Bishop, B. Wade (2012).  The world of tomorrow: Geographic coverages of the Main Street Public Library, A.L.A. Catalogs, and H. W. Wilson Company's Standard catalog for public libraries. Library Trends. 60(4), 729-748.
Swan, S. (1979).  World Hunger.
Heller, R. B. (1988).  Works on Paper.
Kupritz, V. W. (1999).  Workplace design for performance in today's aging workforce. Workforce Education Forum. 26, 1-15.
Kupritz, V. W. (1999).  Workplace design compatibility for today's aging worker. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education. 36, 53-69.
Ware-Hargis, M., & Kupritz V. W. (1998).  Workplace characteristics that facilitate or impede the productivity of aging workers. Ninth Annual Student Convention in Gerontology and Geriatrics.
Veil, S., Buehner T., & Palenchar M. J. (2011).  A work-in-process literature review: Incorporating social media in risk and crisis communication. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. 19(2), 110-122.
Ware-Hargis, M., Blanton P. W., & Kupritz V. W. (2002).  Working women's sociodemographic characteristics across stages of adult development. American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Kupritz, V. W., & Haas J. W. (2009).  Workers and workplaces: Managing emotion, work, and privacy. National Communication Association.
Whiteside, E., & Hardin M. (2011).  Women (Not) Watching Women: Leisure Time, Television, and Implications for Televised Coverage of Women's Sports. Communication, Culture & Critique. 4(2), 
Taylor, R. E., & Hovland R. (1989).  Women likely to face salary discrimination in advertising. Journalism Educator. 43, 11-16.
Potnis, D. (2012).  Women and ICTs: Access and Empowerment. Sixth International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance.
Bates, B. J., & Fontenot M. (2012).  The WIPO Broadcast Treaty: What Value for (Public Service) Radio Broadcasters?. 4th European Communication Conference, ECREA 2012.
Potnis, D. (2015).  Wilson’s Information-Seeking Behavior Models (1981, 1996, 1999). Information Seeking Behavior and Technology Adoption: Theories And Trends. 94-112.
Stovall, J. G. (1989).  William Yancy. (McKerns, J. P., Ed.).Biographical Dictionary of American Journalism. 763-764.
Stovall, J. G. (1989).  William Duane. (McKerns, J. P., Ed.).Biographical Dictionary of American Journalism. 197-199.
Bates, B. J., & Fontenot M. (2012).  Will the WIPO Broadcast Rights Treaty Really Create Value for Broadcasters?. 10th World Media Economics & Management Conference.
Kaye, B. K., & Rosales R. G. (2000).  Will the Real Internet Please Stand Up: An Analysis of Eight Internet Surveys. Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual convention.
Taylor, R. E. (2011).  "Why Students Major in Advertising". AEJMC.
Bilal, D. (2014).  Why searching the Web is difficult?. Proceedings of the 6th Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference.
Littmann, M. (2002).  Why Science Journalism Isn't Science. 2001 Hill Lecture.
Wright, C. N., & Roloff M. E. (2007).  Why Romantic Partners Won't Tell You if They're Upset: The Relationship Between Belief in Mindreading and the Type of Grievance Expression. International Communication Association Annual Meeting.
White, C., Ingenhoff D., & Klein S. (2015).  Why Relationship Management Matters: Impact of OPR and Crisis Response Strategies on Perceived Crisis Responsibility.. International PR Conference.
Sommerfeldt, E. J., Kent M. L., & Taylor M. (2011).  "Why aren't activist websites fulfilling the dialogic promise?". International Communication Association (ICA).
Comstock, S., Harnisch D., Bruce B. C., & Mehra B. (2002).  Who's Teaching Whom? Scientist/Teacher Teams and Administrative Strategies. Proceedings of the AACE World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications.
Harmon, M. (1990).  Who Will Meet the Press?. Radio-TV Journalism Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
McMillan, S. J. (1998).  Who Pays for Content? Funding in Interactive Media. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 4, Available: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol4/issue1/mcmillan.html.
Zhu, X., & Eschenfelder K. R. (2007).  “Who is an Authorized User?: Analyzing Socio-Technical Access Regimes for Licensed Digital Resources.” . 3rd Annual Social Informatics SIG Research Symposium.
Zhu, X. (2011).  “Who had Access to JURIS? A Failed Case of Open Access.” . 2011 Annual Conference of American Society for Information Science and Technology, .

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