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New Books!

Start off the new semester with some new titles at Falvey Library!  Some are hot off the presses while others were requested by you.  Here are some highlights:

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Quantitative research methods for communication: a hands-on approach
by Jason S. Wrench
New York: Oxford University Press, 2008

katefieldKate Field: the many lives of a nineteenth-century American journalist
by Gary Scharnhorst
New York: Syracuse University Press, 2008

fundingjournalismFunding journalism in the digital age: business models, strategies, issues and trends
by Jeff Kaye and Stephen Quinn
New York: Peter Lang, 2010

politicsdemandPolitics on demand: the effects of 24-hour news on American politics
by Alison Dagnes
Santa Barbara, Calif: Praeger, 2010

glassceilingsGlass ceilings and 100-hour couples: what the opt-out phenomenon can teach us about work and family
by Karine Moe and Dianna Shandy
Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2010

dynamicsintergroupcommThe dynamics of intergroup communication
edited by Howard Giles, Scott Reid, Jake Harwood
New York: Peter Lang, 2010

Also see the full list of new books in communication.



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Can’t make it into the library?  The library has also acquired some great e-books for you!

The dynamics of persuasion communication and attitudes in the 21st century
by Richard M. Perloff
Hoboken: Taylor & Francis, 2010

Handbook of implicit social cognition: measurement, theory, and applications
edited by Bertram Gawronski, B. Keith Payne
New York: Guilford Publications, Inc., 2010

Also check out the full list of new e-books for communication.

Still can’t find what you’re looking for?  Don’t forget about the library’s interlibrary loan services.  And, suggestions for new books or resources are always welcome!

Kristyna Carroll
Research Support Librarian



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