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The Media and Women without apology [Media Studies Journal, volume 7, nos. 1-2, Winter-Spring 1993] by Columbia University
Media At the Millennium (Media Studies Journal, Fall 1991) by Everette E. Dennis; Editor
Media Studies Journal , What's Fair? , Spring/Summer 1998, Vol 12, No 2 by Robert (Ed.) Giles
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Fall 1994
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Fall 1996
Media Studies Journal - Spring 1995 - Media Critics by Media Study Center
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Spring 1997
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Spring/Summer 2000
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Summer 1992
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Summer 1994
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Summer 1995
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Summer 2001
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - WINTER 1994 - THE RACE FOR CONTENT by Media Study Center
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Winter 1995
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL - Winter 1997
Media Studies Journal Fall 1994 by The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center
Media Studies Journal Fall 1998
Media Studies Journal Spring 1995 by Freedom Forum Media Studies Center
MEDIA STUDIES JOURNAL SPRING 1997 DEFINING MOMENTS IN JOURNALISM
Media Studies Journal Vol. 7. No. 4, Fall 1993 Global News After the Cold War by editor-in-chief Everette E. Dennis
Media Studies Journal, Summer 1993, "Radio: The Forgotten Medium"
Media Studies Journal: Front Lines and Deadlines. Perspectives on War Reporting. Vol. 15., No. 1, Summer 2001 by Media Studies Journal
Media Studies Journal: The First Amendment Fall 2000, v.14, n.3 by ed. Lisa DeLisle
Media Studies Journal: The Presidency in the New Media Age Spring 1994
Media Studies Journal: Winter 1992, Volume 6, Number 1: Crime Story by Everette E. and Craig L. LaMay DENNIS, edited by

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