Constantin Basturea shares a treasure trove of research papers on blogging. They’re the blog-related papers to be presented 89th Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), to be held on San Francisco on August 2-5, 2006.
Here’s what’s available by attending and as Constantin suggests, hopefully the big PR firms and AEJMC will partner to form a depository to get the papers posted online.
- Credibility and the Uses of Blogs Among Professionals in the Communication Industry Kaye Trammell, Lance Porter, Deborah Chung and Eunseong Kim, Louisiana State
- Roles and Blogs in Public Relations Lance V. Porter, Kaye D. Trammell, Louisiana State University and Deborah Chung, University of Kentucky
- Impact of Blogs on Relationship Management during a Crisis Kaye D. Trammell, University of Georgia and Emily Metzgar, Louisiana State University
- Revisiting the Issue of Blog Credibility: A National Survey Stephen Banning, Bradley and Kaye Trammell, Louisiana State
- The Source Cycle: Intermedia Agenda-Setting Between the Traditional Media and Weblogs Marcus Messner and Marcia Watson, Miami
- An Experiment Testing the Agenda-Setting Effect of Blogs Kaye Trammell, Louisiana State
- Uses and Gratifications in the Blogosphere: Identifying Motives, Antecedents, and Outcomes of Weblog Trent Seltzer and Michael Mitrook, University of Florida
- Women in the Blogosphere: Access, Practices, and Gender Politics Dustin Harp, University of Texas at Austin and Sandra L. Nichols, Towson University and Mark Tremayne, University of Texas at Austin and Tina Castronovo, Towson University
- Blogging 101: Issues and Approaches to Teaching Blog Management in Public Relations Courses Richard D. Waters and Jennifer A. Robinson, University of Florida
- Believing Blogs? Examining the Influence of Gender Cues on Credibility Cory Armstrong and Melinda McAdams, University of Florida
- Blog Ads Revisited: A Follow-Up Analysis of Advertising on Weblogs Daniel M. Haygood and Amanda L. Miller, University of Tennessee and Cassandra Imfeld, SunTrust Bank
- Blogs in the Media Conversation: The Knowledge Factor in the Diffusion Process Nanette Hogg, Carol Lomicky, Ruth Brown and Syed Hossain, Nebraska-Kearney
- Pioneers in the Blogosphere: Profiling the Early Adopters of Weblogs Byeng-Hee Chang and Trent Seltzer, Florida
- Blogging for Better Health: Putting the ‘Public’ Back in Public Health S. Shyam Sundar, Heidi Hatfield Edwards, Yifeng Hu and Carmen Stavrositu, Penn State
- Personal journalism before blogs (anc! before ‘zines): The ‘amateur press’ or ‘amateur journalism’ since 1786 Dane S. Claussen, Point Park University
- Somebody’s Got to Do It: How Three Editors Explain to the Public Neil Nemeth, Purdue – Calumet
- Invoking Privilege Since Branzburg: Are Bloggers Like Other Non-Traditional Journalists? Jason Shepard, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- The WMD coverage of blogs and mainstream media: a comparison of two media types Jue Kook Lee and Jaekwan Jeong, University of Texas, Austin
- Something Ventured, Something Gained: Moderating Impact of Blogs on Political Activity Daekyung Kim and Thomas Johnson, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale and Barbara K. Kaye, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
- Truth and Transparency: Bloggers’ Challenge to Professional Autonomy in Defining and Enacting Two Journalistic Norms Jane B. Singer, University of Iowa
Treasure trove is right. Thanks Constantin.
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