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Research from 2012

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George W. Bush, the American Press, and the Initial Framing of the War on Terror after 9/11, Stephen D. Cooper, Jim A. Kuypers, and Matthew T. Althouse

Research from 2010

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A Detailed Case Study of Unusual Routines, Stephen D. Cooper

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The Opppositional Framing of Bloggers, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 2008

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The President and the Press: The Framing of George W. Bush’s Speech to the United Nations, Stephen D. Cooper, Jim Kuypers, and Matt Althous

Research from 2007

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A Concise History of the Fauxtography Blogstorm in the 2006 Lebanon War, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 2006

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Social Issues in America, Stephen D. Cooper

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Watching the Watchdog: Bloggers as the Fifth Estate, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 2005

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Bringing Some Clarity to the Media Bias Debate, Stephen D. Cooper

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A Comparative Framing Analysis of Embedded and Behind-the-Lines Reporting on the 2003 Iraq War, Jim A. Kuypers and Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 2004

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Connecting the Dots: Implicit Commonalities Among Cultural Morphogenesis, Structuration, and Market Economics, Stephen D. Cooper

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Embedded Versus Behind-the-Lines Reporting on the 2003 Iraq War, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 2003

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Press Controls in Wartime: The Legal, Historical, and Institutional Context, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 2002

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Collaborative Musical Expression and Creativity Among Academics: When Intellectualism Meets Twelve Bar Blues, Gary P. Radford, Stephen D. Cooper, Robert W. Kubey, David S. McCurry, Jonathan Millen, and John R. Barrows

Research from 2000

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An Effect of the Medium in News Stories: “The Pictures in our Heads”, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 1997

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Common Law, and Privacy in Computer-Mediated Environments, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 1996

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Military Control Over War News: The Implications of the Persian Gulf, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 1995

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Privacy and the News Media, Stephen D. Cooper

Research from 1994

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News Media Objectivity: How Do We Ask the Questions?, Stephen D. Cooper