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Volume 40(4), 2019
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CONTENTS
 
McCluskey, Michael Profanity and the president: News use of Trump's shithole comment. 415-430
 
  When President Trump used "shithole" to describe several countries in discussion of immigration, news organizations faced violating journalistic norms against profanity to use his precise language 
 
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news
ethics
language
presidential figures
 
 
O'Boyle, Jane, and Li, Queenie Jo-Yun (hashtag)MeToo is different for college students: Media framing of campus sexual assault, its causes, and proposed solutions. 431-450
 
  This study analyzes 10 American newspapers to examine how they present stories (N = 500) about sexual assault on college campuses 
 
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newspaper
higher education
conflict
politics and government
 
 
Choi, Minhee, and McKeever, Brooke Weberling News framing of avian flu: Media advocacy and response to a public health crisis. 451-466
 
  This study explores how South Korean newspapers reported the issue of AI (avian influenza) by employing framing, and the concepts of media advocacy and mobilizing information (MI) 
 
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newspaper
health
Asia
 
 
Santana, Arthur D. Toward quality discourse: Measuring the effect of user identity in commenting forums. 467-486
 
  Via a content analysis of 4,800 comments from online commenting forums of top news sites, this research examines the overall quality of the comments 
 
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news
democracy
computer
conversation
 
 
Duncan, Megan The effectiveness of credibility indicator interventions in a partisan context. 487-503
 
  Audiences, who cannot investigate the credibility of most news stories for themselves, rely on noncontent heuristic cues to form credibility judgments 
 
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news
persuasion
literacy
 
 
Bockino, David Narcos addiction: A three-decade content analysis of the representation of Colombia in The New York Times and on IMDb.com. 504-516
 
  Building on research into media representation of countries and agenda-setting theory, a content analysis analyzed the way Colombia was portrayed in The New York Times headlines and IMDb plot summaries during 1980 to 2013 
 
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broadcasting and media
theory
prestige press
film
cognition
South America
 
 
Li, Minjie (Mis)matching: Journalistic uses of gender pronouns and names can influence implicit attitudes toward transgender people, perceived news content credibility, and perceived reporter professionalism. 517-533
 
  The emerging transgender phenomenon has ignited the national debate on journalistic practices of reporting on transgender issues 
 
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print journalism
gender
language
persuasion