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Counting down to number one: The evolution of the meaning of popular music charts. Popular Music. (1998). 17/1. 45-61.

The expression of localism: A study of local news coverage in the new videomarketplace. (with K.S. Slattery and M. Doremus). Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media. (Summer, 1996). 40: 3. 403-413.

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The emotional uses of music by Japanese adolescents. (with A. Wells and H. Tokinoya). in T. Mitsui. (1998). Popular music: Intercultural Interpretations. Kanazawa, Japan: Kanazawa University.

German broadcasting: Regional representation in transition. in A. Wells. (1996). International Communications: Mass Media in Comparative Perspective. New York: Ablex.

Music preference and taste cultures among adolescents. (with A. Wells ). Reprinted in Hoke, K.R. (1997). Class Packet Soc. 248 Vanderbilt University.

Sensationalism versus public affairs reporting in local tv news: Pennsylvania revisited. Reprinted in Wells, A. & E.A. Hakanen (1996). Mass Media and Society. New York: Ablex.

The emotional use of popular music by adolescents. Reprinted in Wells, A. & E.A. Hakanen (1996). Mass Media and Society. New York: Ablex.

The emotional use of popular music by adolescents. Reprinted in E.J. Whetmore. (1993). Mediamerica, Mediaworld. 5th ed. New York: Wadsworth. 420-433. *Used as example (one of four) of good communication research.

Local public affairs content of TV news: Sixteen years later. In National Association of Broadcasters. (1993). Reports of the 1992 NAB grantees. Washington, DC: NAB.