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Topographic Organization in and near Human Visual Area V4
The existence and location of a human counterpart of macaque visual area V4 are disputed. To resolve this issue, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging to obtain topographic maps from humanExpand
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Source Diversity and Newspaper Enterprise Journalism
Newspaper stories that win or are submitted to win Pulitzer or other enterprise journalism awards are less likely to use official or government sources than are regular stories. This content analysisExpand
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Parametric reverse correlation reveals spatial linearity of retinotopic human V1 BOLD response
We used a novel method to investigate spatial linearity of BOLD within area V1. Expand
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Social Media’s Influence on American Sport Journalists’ Perception of Gatekeeping
Using gatekeeping theory as a conceptual framework, this study examines social media’s influence on American sports journalists’ perception of gatekeeping, particularly sports journalists who coverExpand
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The News Library's Contribution to Newsmaking.
Les connaissances du personnel d'un bibliotheque dans un journal constituent le relais entre les journalistes et le fonds de la bibliotheque. Pourtant le role reel d'une telle bibliotheque est leExpand
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Newspapers of Record in a Digital Age: From Hot Type to Hot Link
Series Foreword Introduction The Newspaper as an "Official Publication" The News Industry and "Newspapers of Record" The Legal System and "Legal Notices" in Newspapers Newspapers as Reference SourcesExpand
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Communication managers in the dominant coalition
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine formal and informal types of power, and identify the characteristics of corporate communications managers who are in the dominantExpand
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Information Strategies for Communicators
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Twin Cities Journalists' Assessment of Topic Teams
Newsrooms have not been immune to management trends. Particularly in the 1980s and 1990s, newsroom managers have been willing to experiment with new, more efficient methods to run their operations,Expand
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