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Pantic, M., & Pjesivac, Ivanka. - February 15, 2017

This study employed international news flow theory to test the impact of the determinants of foreign news flow on the comprehensiveness of textual and multimedia coverage of the Syrian refugee crisis in the form of… Continue reading »


Daxton R. “Chip” Stewart & Charles N. Davis. - September 26, 2016

The Freedom of Information Act began as a tool for ensuring full disclosure of federal government agencies, but it has consistently failed to live up to these expectations. Despite frequent amendments, FOIA remains a law… Continue reading »


Pjesivac, I., Spasovska, K., & Imre, I. - June 09, 2016

This study examined, by comparative thematic analysis, public perceptions of global journalistic norms of independence and integrity by studying perceptions of news media corruption in three Eastern European countries: Serbia, Macedonia, and Croatia. In-depth interviews… Continue reading »


Hollifield, C.A., Jacobsson, A., Becker, L.B., Jacobsson, E.M., & Vlad, T. - May 02, 2016

In the past quarter century, governments, foundations, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) have poured vast sums of money into emerging and transitional countries with the goal of developing  sustainable, high-quality news media.  The goal has been… Continue reading »


Imre, I., Pjesivac, Ivanka., & Luther, C. - April 12, 2016

This study looked at how newspapers operating in nations with varying degrees of governmental Internet control discussed Internet freedom of expression within their coverage of Wikileaks. This was done through a thematic analysis of news… Continue reading »


Herndon, Keith and Williams, Danielle - April 02, 2016

Tax incentives designed to lure film production away from California and New York have become commonplace in state legislatures across the country.  By 2009, at least 44 states had enacted tax incentives to reduce the… Continue reading »


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