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BAK-Faculty Publications (2014-05-23)
BAK-Faculty Publications (2014-05-23)
David Lightfoot. “ Types of explanation in history.” Language 89.3 (2013).
Seble Frehywot, Vovides Yianna, Talib Zorhay, Mikhail Nadia, Ross Heather, Wohltjen Hannah, Bedada Selam, Korhumel Kristine, Koumare Abdel K. and Scott James. “ E-learning in Medical Education in Resource Constrained Lower and Middle Income Countries.” Human Resources for Health (2013).
Meg Leta Ambrose. “ It’s About Time: Privacy, Information Lifecycles, and the Right to be Forgotten.” Stanford Technology Law Review 16 (2013): 369-422.
Meg Leta Ambrose. “ A Digital Dark Age and the Right to be Forgotten.” Journal of Internet Law 17.3 (2013): 1.
Meg Leta Ambrose and Jef Ausloos. “ The Right to be Forgotten Across the Pond.” Journal of Information Policy 3 (2013): 1-23.
Iskandar, A., & Haddad, B.. . : Tadween Publishing, 2013. Mediating the Arab Uprisings
Iskandar, A.. . Cairo/New York: American University in Cairo Press, 2013. Egypt In Flux: Essays on an Unfinished Revolution
Robinson, JD, Thompson, TL, Turner, JW, Agne, R. and Yan Tian. “ Recent Trends in Research on Health Portrayals in the Media: From TV, Newspapers, and Magazines to Websites, Youtube, and Manga.” International encyclopedia of media studies, Volume 3: Content and Representation. Ed. A.N. Valdivia & S. R. Mazzarella. Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell, 2013: 463-483
David Lightfoot. “ Doing diachrony.” In search of Universal Grammar: From Old Norse to Zoque. Ed. Terje Lohndal. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2013: 259-273
Michael R. Nelson. “ Big Data Provokes Big Policy Questions: BGOV Insight .” Bloomberg Government (2012).
Michael R. Nelson. “ U.S. Next-Internet Push Promises Innovation: BGOV Insight .” Bloomberg Government (2012).
Michael R. Nelson. “ Battles over Digital Copyright (SOPA and ACTA) and the Rise of “Exo-politics”.” European Affairs 2012.April (2012).
Meltzer, K. “ Boczkowski, P. News at Work: Imitation in an Age of Information Abundance. .” Science, Technology & Human Values. 37.2 (2012).
David Lightfoot. “ Explaining matrix/subordinate domain discrepancies.” Main clause phenomena: New horizons. Ed. L. Aelbrecht, L. Haegeman & R. Nye. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2012: 159-176
Martin Irvine. “ The Work on the Street: Street Art and Visual Culture.” The Handbook of Visual Culture. Ed. Barry Sandywell and Ian Heywood. Oxford, UK: Berg, 2012: 44 pages
Meltzer, Kimberly. “ The U.S. launch of Al Jazeera English in Washington, DC: An analysis of American media coverage.” Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism (2012).
Emily Vraga, Mitchell Bard, Leticia Bode, Jasun Carr, Stephanie Edgerly, Courtney Johnson, Young Mie Kim, and Dhavan Shah. “ The Correspondent, the Comic, and the Combatant: The Consequences of Host Style in Political Talk Shows.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89.1 (2012): 5-22.
Leticia Bode and Valerie Hennings. “ Mixed Signals? Examining the Dimensions of Media Coverage of the 2008 Vice Presidential Candidates.” Politics & Policy 40.2 (2012): 221-257.
Lewis Friedland, Hernando Rojas, and Leticia Bode. “ Consuming Ourselves to Dearth: Escalating Inequality and Public Opinion.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 644.1 (2012): 280-293.
Leticia Bode, Stephanie Edgerly, Emily Vraga, Ben Sayre, and Dhavan Shah. “ Digital Democracy: The Influence of New Media Production and Consumption in Politics.” Media Effects and Media Psychology. Ed. Scharrer, Erica. New York: Wiley Publishing , 2012.
Leticia Bode. “ Facebooking it to the Polls: A Study in Social Networking, Social Capital, and Political Behavior.” Journal of Information Technology and Politics (2012).
Martin Irvine. “ Work on the Street: Street Art and Visual Culture.” The Handbook of Visual Culture. Ed. Barry Sandywell and Ian Heywood. London: Berg/Palgrave Macmillan, 2012: 234-278
Vovides, Y, and Korhumel K.. “ Design-Based Approach for the Implementation of an International Cyberlearning Community of Inquiry for Medical Education.” Educational Communities of Inquiry: Theoretical Framework, Research and Practice. Ed. Akyol, Z, and Garrison, R.. Hersey: PA: Information Science Reference, 2012: pp. 509-525
Meg Leta Ambrose, Nicole Friess, & Jill Van Matre. “ Seeking Digital Redemption: The Future of Forgiveness in the Internet Age.” Santa Clara Journal of Computers and High Technology Law 29 (2012): 99.
Meg Leta Ambrose. “ You Are What Google Says You Are: The Right to be Forgotten and Information Stewardship.” International Review of Information Ethics 17 (2012).
Meg Leta Ambrose and Odette Edbrooke. “ Teaching Privacy in the 21st Century.” Social Education 76.4 (2012): 217.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Government and Private Sector Roles in Providing Information Security in the U.S. Financial Services Industry.” I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 8.2 (2012): 245-279.
Turner, J.W., Robinson, J.D., Stoever, K., and Funk, K.. “ Tweeting for Dollars: A Case Study of a Campaign to Address the Need for Malaria Nets.” Online Journal for International Case Analysis 3.1 (2012).
Meltzer, Kimberly. “ Comparing theories of repair across communication research.” Journal of Communications Media Studies 3.1 (2011): 10-25.
Mark MacCarthy, ed. “ Spectrum for the Next Generation of Wirless: Report of the 2010 Aspen Institute Roundtable on Spectrum.” 2011. : Aspen Institute.
Levy, D., Nardick, D., Turner, J.W., McWatters, L. (May 13, 2011). No cellphone? No internet? So much less stress. The Chronical of Higher Education: The Digital Campus, B27..
Adonis E. Hoffman. “ The Rights of Spring–Principle Over Pragmatism in Human Rights.” World in View, Journal of International Affairs 11.2 (2011): 21-24.
Adonis E. Hoffman. “ Will America’s Hot New Courtship of China Leave Taiwan in the Cold ?.” World in View Journal of International Affairs 11.1 (2011).
Turner, J.W. and Reinsch, N.L.. “ Multicommunicating and episodic presence: Creating new constructs for studying new phenomenon.” Computer mediated communication in Personal Relationships. Ed. K. Wright and L. Webb. New York: Peter Lang, 2011: 181-193
Robinson, J.D., Turner, J.W., Levine, B., Tian, Y.. “ Facilitating Diabetes Management Among Native Americans: The Potential of Online Social Support.” Health Communication Case Studies Book. Ed. K. Wright, and L. Webb. Debuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt, 2011: 245-259
Diana Owen. “ Media Fragmentation.” Sage Handbook of Political Communication. Ed. Holli A. Semetko and Margaret Scammell. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 2011.
Diana Owen. “ Media in the Campaigns.” Pendulum Swing. Ed. Larry J. Sabato. New York: Longman, 2011.
Robinson, J.D., Turner, J.W., Levine, B. A., and Tian, Y.. “ Expanding the walls of the healthcare encounter: Support and outcomes for patients online.” Health Communication 26.1 (2011): 125-134.
David Paletz, Diana Owen, Timothy Cook. . Boston, MA: FlatWorld Knowledge Press, 2011. Government and Politics in the Information Age
Diana Owen. “ Talk Radio.” The Encyclopedia of Political Science. Ed. James E. Alt, Simone Chambers, Geoffrey Garrett, Margaret Levi, Paula D. McClain. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press with the assistance of the American Political Science Association, 2011: 1643-1644
Diana Owen. “ Political Socialization.” The Encyclopedia of Political Science. Ed. James E. Alt, Simone Chambers, Geoffrey Garrett, Margaret Levi, Paula D. McClain. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press with the assistance of the American Political Science Association, 2011: 1241
Diana Owen. “ Media: The Complex Interplay of Old and New Forms.” New Directions in Campaigns and Elections. Ed. Stephen K. Medvic. New York: Routledge, 2011: 145-162
Mark MacCarthy. “ New Directions in Privacy: Disclosure, Unfairness and Externalities.” I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society 6.3 (2011): 425-512.
Turner, J.W.. “ Real Presence: Challenges and Opportunities for a Wired Generation.” Conversations 41 (2011): 59-61.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Information Security Policy in the U.S. Retail Payments Industry.” Stanford Technology Law Review 2011.3 (2011): 1-35.
Nicole Fernandez, Juliet Aiken, James T. Smith III. “ Use of Maximal Spanning Trees and the Gamma Test of Monotone Trend in the Development and Assessment of Teams.” The 2nd Collaborative Innovation Networks Conference – COINs2010. Ed. Dr.Julia Gluesing, Dr.Peter Gloor, Dr.Christine Miller, Dr.Kenneth Riopelle. : Elsevier Ltd, 2011.
Rom Harre, Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Positioning Theory, Narratology and pronoun analysis as discursive therapies .” Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice. Ed. Andrew Lock, Tom Strong . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
David Lightfoot. “ Language acquisition and language change.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science. Ed. Peter Culcover. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
David Lightfoot. “ Natural selection-itis.” Oxford handbook of language evolution. Ed. M. Tallerman & K. Gibson. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2011: 313-317
David Lightfoot. “ Multilingualism everywhere.” Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 11.2 (2011): 162-164.
Mark MacCarthy, Testimony before the Health Information Technology Policy Committee Governance Committee, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, September 28, 2010.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of P. Crisma & G. Longobardi, eds. Historical syntax and linguistic theory.” Language 86.3 (2010): 709-712.
Mark MacCarthy and Gail Hillebrand. “ Mobile Payments Call for Clear Consumer Protections.” American Banker 10 Aug. 2010: .
Mark MacCarthy and Robert Gellman. “ The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Needs a Privacy Office.” Privacy and Security Law Report 9 Aug. 2010: .
Mark MacCarthy, “Keeping Local News Flowing,” Save the News Blog Post, January 20, 2010.
Mark MacCarthy, ed. “ Rethinking Spectrum Policy: A Fiber Intensive Wireless Architecture, Report of the 2009 Aspen Institute Roundtable on Spectrum.” 2010. : Aspen Institute.
Bowker, G. C; Baker, Karen; Millerand, Florence; Ribes, David. “ Toward Information Infrastructure Studies: Ways of Knowing in a Networked Environment.” International Handbook of Internet Research. Ed. Jeremy Hunsinger; Lisbeth Klastrup; Matthew Allen. New York: Springer, 2010: 97-117
Ribes, David; Lee, Charlotte P.. “ Sociotechnial Studies of Cyberinfrastructure and e-Research: Current Themes and Future Trajectories.” Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work 19.3-4 (2010): 231-244.
R. Stuart Geiger; David, Ribes, ed. “ The work of sustaining order in wikipedia: the banning of a vandal.” 2010. Savannah, Georgia, USA: ACM: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work.
Michael R. Nelson. “ A Response to Responsibility of and Trust in ISPs by Raphael Cohen-Almagor .” Knowledge, Technology and Policy 23.3-4 (2010): 403-407.
Mirjana N. Dedaic and Mirjana Miskovic-Lukovic. . Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2010. South Slavic Discourse Particles
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Reformulating and concluding: The pragmatics of the Croatian discourse marker dakle.” South Slavic Discourse Particles. Ed. Mirjana N. Dedaic, Mirjana Miskovic-Lukovic. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2010: 109-132
Mirjana Miskovic-Lukovic, Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ South Slavic Discourse Particles: Introduction .” South Slavic Discourse Particles. Ed. Mirjana N. Dedaic, Mirjana Miskovic-Lukovic. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2010: 1-22
Grube, J., Piliavin, J., and Turner, J.W.. “ Role identity and the Courage of One’s Conviction.” Health Communication 25.2 (2010).
Mark MacCarthy. “ What Payment Intermediaries Are Doing About Online Liability and Why It Matters.” Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2010).
Meltzer, Kimberly. . New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2010. TV News Anchors and Journalistic Tradition: How Journalists Adapt to Technology
Meltzer, Kimberly. “ A Different Sort of Reality TV Hero: Extreme Fishermen, Loggers, and Truckers on the Edge.” Reel Politics: Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse. Ed. Lemi Baruh and Ji Hoon Park. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010: 249-264
Mark MacCarthy. “ Information Security Policy in the U.S. Retail Payment System.” Ninth Workshop on the Economics of Information Security. : WEIS, 2010.
Mark MacCarthy. “ New Directions in Privacy.” Privacy Law Scholars Conference. : PLSC, 2010.
Hoffman, Adonis E.. . Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2010. Doing Good: The New Rules of Corporate Responsibility, Conscience and Character
J. P. Singh. . New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 2010. The Arts of Globalization
J. P. Singh. . London, UK: Routledge, 2010. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization: Creating Norms in a Complex World
J. P. Singh, ed. . Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. International Cultural Policies and Power
Ben Sayre, Leticia Bode, Dave Wilcox, Dhavan Shah, and Chirag Shah. “ Agenda Setting in a Digital Age: Tracking Attention to California Proposition 8 in Social Media, Online News, and Conventional News.” Policy & Internet 2.2 (2010).
Diana Owen. “ Media in the 2008 Election: 21st Century Campaign, Same Old Story.” The Year of Obama. Ed. Larry J. Sabato. New York: Longman, 2010: 167-186
Robinson, J.D., Turner, J.W., Levine, B., and Tian, Y.. “ Patient provider interaction and the regulation of diabetes mellitus.” Health Communication 25.6 (2010): 597-598.
Mark MacCarthy, Public Media and the Future of Journalism, Save the News Blogpost, October 23, 2009.
OECD Briefing Paper for the ICCP Technology Foresight Forum: Cloud Computing and Public Policy, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Document number DSTI/ICCP(2009)17, September 29, 2009 .
Michael R. Nelson. “ Building the Open Cloud.” Science 324 (2009): 1656.
Michael R. Nelson. “ The Cloud, the Crowd, and Public Policy.” Issues in Science and Technology (2009).
Mark MacCarthy, Open Standards, Competition and Patent Policies, Unpublished Manuscript, July 2009.
Mark MacCarthy and Andrew Updegrove, Competition in Office Suite Programs, Unpublished Manuscript, May 2009.
Turner, J.W., Reinsch, N.L.. “ Successful and unsuccessful multicommunication episodes: Engaging in dialogue or juggling messages?.” Information Systems Frontiers (2009).
J. P. Singh. “ What is Being Controlled on the Internet?.” International Studeis Review 11.1 (2009): 218-221.
J. P. Singh. “ • Review of Tania Voon. Cultural Products and the World Trade Organization. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2007..” Journal of Cultural Economics 33 (2009): 161-165.
Meltzer, K. “ The Hierarchy of Journalistic Cultural Authority: Journalists’ perspectives according to news medium.” Journalism Practice 3.1 (2009).
Meltzer, K. “ Anchors/Newscasters, TV.” Encyclopedia of Journalism. Ed. Christopher H. Sterling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2009.
Meltzer, K. “ Op-Ed Pages.” Enclyclopedia of Journalism. Ed. Christopher H. Sterling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2009.
Meltzer, K. “ Celebrity and Fan Magazines.” Encyclopedia of Journalism. Ed. Christopher H. Sterling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2009.
J. P. Singh. “ GATS Plus or Minus? Services Commitments in Comparative Contexts for Colombia and Uruguay.” Opening Markets for International Services: Countries and Sectors in Bilateral and WTO Negotiations. Ed. Juan A. Marchetti and Martin Roy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Mark MacCarthy. “ The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.” Proskauer on Privacy:A Guide to Privacy and Data Security Law in the Information Age Third Release. Ed. Tanya L. Forsheit & Kristen J. Mathews. : Practicing Law Institute, 2009.
Ribes, David, Bowker, Geoffrey C. “ Between meaning and machine: learning to represent the knowledge of communities.” Information and Organization (2009).
Levine, B. A., Turner, J.W., Robinson, J.D., Angelus, P., and Hu, M.. “ Communication plays a critical role in web based monitoring.” Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 3.3 (2009): 461-467.
Diana Owen. “ Media in the 2008 Election: 21st Century Campaign, Same Old Story.” Marathon. Ed. Larry Sabato. New York: Pearson/Longman, 2009.
Diana Owen. “ The Campaign and the Media.” The American Elections of 2008. Ed. Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier and Steven E. Schier. New York: Routledge, 2009.
Ribes, David, Finholt, Thomas A.. “ The long now of infrastructure: Articulating tensions in development.” Journal for the Association of Information Systems (JAIS): Special issue on eInfrastructures 10.5 (2009): 375-398.
Haldeman, T. and Turner, J.W.. “ Implementing a community based social marketing program to increase recycling.” Social Marketing Quarterly 15.3 (2009): 114-127.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Public- and Foundation- Funding Journalism .” Workshop on How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?. : Federal Trade Commission, 2009.
Mark MacCarthy. “ U.S. Mobile Payments.” Conference on Explaining International Mobile Payments. : Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, 2009.
Mark MacCarthy. “ C2C: Consumers As Sellers.” Conference on Empowering E-Consumers: Strengthening Consumer Protection in the Internet Economy. : Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2009.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Public Policy Considerations In Respect To Internet Intermediaries.” 58th Session of the Committee For Information, Computer And Communications Policy. : Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2009.
David Lightfoot. “ Foreword.” Minimalist inquiries into child and adult language acquisition. Ed. A. Pires & J Rothman. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2009.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Standards and Public Policy.” Conference on Promoting Education about Standardization in North America. : National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2009.
Mark MacCarthy. “ What Internet Intermediaries Are Doing About Liability And Why It Matters.” 37th Research Conference on Communication, Information, and Internet Policy. : Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, 2009.
Adonis Hoffman. “ Business Need Not Fear Obama.” Broadcasting & Cable Magazine 8 Dec. 2008: .
Diana Owen. “ Election Media and Youth Political Engagement.” Journal of Social Science Education 78.2/1 (2008): 14-25.
J. P. Singh. “ Paulo Freire: Possibilities for Dialogic Communication in a Market-Driven Information Age.” Information, Communication & Soceity 11.5 (2008): 699-726.
J. P. Singh. “ Agents of Policy Learning and Change: US and EU Perspectives on Cultural Policy.” Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society (2008).
Adonis Hoffman. “ Product Placement: Who’s Fooled?.” Broadcasting & Cable 28 Apr. 2008: .
Adonis Hoffman. “ Finally, Respect for the Ad Industry.” Broadcasting & Cable 7 Jan. 2008: .
Hoffman, Adonis E.. “ The New Rules of Responsible Marketing: What Should We Expect from Companies Today .” Business in Society–Journal of Business Leadership & Corporate Responsibility 10.1 (2008).
Diana Owen. “ Media Mash-up: The Press in the YouTube Election.” Get in the Booth!. Ed. Larry Sabato. New York: Pearson/Longman, 2008.
Ribes, David Bowker, Geoffrey C.. “ Organizing for Multidisciplinary Collaboration: The Case of the Geosciences Network.” Scientific Collaboration on the Internet. Ed. Olson, G.M. Olson, J.S. Zimmerman, A.. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008: 311-330
Ribes, David Finholt, Thomas A.. “ Representing community: Knowing users in the face of changing constituencies.” Proceedings of the 2008 ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). San Diego, CA: ACM, 2008.
Stephen Ward, Diana Owen, Richard Davis, and David Taras, ed. . New York: Lexington Books, 2008. Making a Difference: The Internet and Elections in Comparative Perspective
Diana Owen and Richard Davis. “ Presidential Communication in the Internet Era.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 38.4 (2008).
Diana Owen. “ Election Media and Youth Political Engagement.” SOWI Journal (2008).
Diana Owen and Richard Davis. “ Internet and Elections: The United States.” Making a Difference: The Internet and Elections in Comparative Perspective. Ed. Stephen Ward, Diana Owen, Richard Davis, and David Taras. New York: Lexington Books, 2008.
Reinsch, N.L., Turner, J.W., Tinsley, C.. “ Multicommunicating: A Practice Whose Time Has Come?.” Academy of Management Review 33.2 (2008): 391-403.
J. P. Singh. “ Dialogues as Communication Strategy in Governance Reform.” Governance Reform Under Real World Conditions: Communication Challenges. Ed. Sina Odugbemi & Tom Jacobson. Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2008.
J. P. Singh. “ Cultural industries: from national to global governance.” The Cultural Economy (The Cultures and Globalization Series 2). Ed. H. K. Anheier, Y.R. Isar, and A. Paul. London: Sage, 2008.
J. P. Singh. . Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Negotiation and the Global Information Economy
J. P. Singh. “ Between Cooperation and Conflict: International Trade in Cultural Goods and Services.” The Public Life of the Arts in America. Second Edition. Ed. Joni Cherbo, Ruth Ann Stewart, Margaret Wyszomirski. New Brunswick, NJ: Rugers, 2008.
J. P. Singh. “ International Trade.” Encyclopedia of American Government and Civics. Ed. Michael Genovese and Lori Han. : Facts on file. forthcoming, 2008.
J. P. Singh. “ Developing Countries.” Encyclopedia of American Government and Civics. Ed. Michael Genovese and Lori Han. : Facts on file. forthcoming, 2008.
Hoffman, Adonis. “ Marketing and Child Obesity: Questioning the Claimed Linkage.” Washington Legal Foundation, Legal Opinion Letter 10 Aug. 2007: .
Diana Owen. “ “The Institution of the Media: Tim Cook’s Legacy to Scholars and Students of American Government” .” Political Communication 24.3 (2007).
Adonis Hoffman. “ The Advertisers’ Advocate.” Broadcasting & Cable Magazine 22 Jul. 2007: .
Diana Owen. “ “Citizen Journalism and the Evolution of Political Media” .” St. Anthony’s International Review (2007).
J. P. Singh and Shilpa A. Hart. “ Sex Workers and Cultural Policy: Mapping the Issues and Actors in Thailand.” Review of Policy Research 24.2 (2007): 155-173.
Adonis E. Hoffman. “ Responsible Marketing and Advertising–Speech to the Advertising Industry.” Advertising Age, Special Report, March 2007, 2007.
Meltzer, K. “ Newspaper Editorial Boards and the Process of Endorsing Candidates for Political Office in the United States.” Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism 8.1 (2007): 83-103.
Hoffman, Adonis. . New York, NY: American Association of Advertising Agencies, 2007. Diversity: How to Do it Right
Hoffman, Adonis. “ Danger Signs for Advertising Self-Regulation.” What’s New in Comparative Advertising, Claim Support and Self-Regulation. : National Advertising Division, Better Business Bureau, 2007.
Hoffman, Adonis. “ Emerging Business and Legal Issues for Next Generation Advertising Models.” Interactive Media and New Technology, American Bar Association Forum on Entertainment and Sports Industries. New York, NY: American Bar Association Forum on Entertainment and Sports Industries, 2007.
Hoffman, Adonis. “ Public Policy, Public Opinion and Prescription Drugs: The New Rules of Responsible Marketing.” DTC in the Age of Innovation. : DTC National, 2007.
Hoffman, Adonis. “ The New Rules of Responsible Marketing: High Expectations for Media and Corporate Marketers.” AAAA Media Conference. Las Vegas, NV: American Association of Advertising Agencies, 2007.
Michael R. Nelson and Chris Francis. “ The 3D Internet and its Policy Implications.” Telecommunications Policy Research Conference. online: Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, 2007.
Turner, J.W., Reinsch, N.L., . “ The Business Communicator as Presence Allocator: Multi-Communicating, Equivocality, and Status at Work.” Journal of Business Communication 44.1 (2007): 36-58.
J. P. Singh. “ • Joint Book Review of Economic Interdependence and Conflict in World Politics and Mediating Globalization .” Perspectives in Politics 5.2 (2007): 403-404.
David Lightfoot. “ Social and behavioral scientists building cyberinfrastructure.” First Monday 12.6 (2007).
David Lightfoot & Marit Westergaard. “ Language acquisition and language change: Interrelationships.” Language and Linguistics Compass 1.5 (2007): 396-416.
A. Bement, J. Collins, J. Wing, R. Buckius, J. Moyers, D. Atkins, K. Erb, K. Olson & David Lightfoot. “ NSF’s observing systems: Platforms for large-scale environmental research.” The Full Picture. Ed. None. Geneva: Group on Earth Observations, 2007.
David Lightfoot. “ The ecology of languages.” Festschrift for lucia Lobato: D.E.L.T.A. 23 (2007).
David Lightfoot. “ Abstraction and performance.” What counts as evidence in linguistics? The case of innateness. Ed. M. Penke & A. Rosenbach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2007: 283-286
J. P. Singh. “ Culture or Commerce? A Comparative Assessment of International Interactions and Developing Countries at UNESCO, WTO, and Beyond.” International Studies Perspectives 8 (2007): 36-53.
J. P. Singh. “ Coalitions, Developing Countries, and International Trade.” International Negotiation 11 (2007): 499-524.
J. P. Singh. “ Metapower, Networks, Security, and Commerce.” Power and Security in the Information Age: Investigating the Role of the State in Cyberspace. Ed. Myriam Dunn. Aldershoot, UK: Ashgate, 2007.
Martin Irvine. . Cambridge, UK, and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. The Making of Textual Culture, rev. paperback edition
Cheryl A. Leanza. “ Trying to Silence Others’ Speech: Hecklers’ Veto Case Law as a Resource for Democratic Discourse.” Hofstra Law Review (2007).
Hoffman, Adonis and Versfelt, David. “ Alcohol Advertising: Federal & State Regulators Should Tread Lightly.” Washington Legal Foundation, Legal Backgrounder (2006).
Technological Advance and the Changing Structure of Transnational Standards Organizations .
Hoffman, Adonis. “ Who Decides ’Responsible Advertising’.” Broadcasting & Cable 3 Apr. 2006: .
Michael R. Nelson. “ Let the Internet be the Internet.” Issues in Science and Technology (2006).
Reinsch, N.L., Turner, J.W.. “ Aristotle r u there? Reorienting Business Communication for the Technology Era.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 20.3 (2006): 339-356.
Turner, J.W., Grube, J., Tinsley, C., Lee, C., & Opell, C.. “ Exploring the Dominant Media: Does Media Use Reflect Organizational Norms and Impact Performance?.” Journal of Business Communication 43.3 (2006): 220-250.
Diana Owen. “ Civil Society and the Media.” The Encyclopedia of Media and Politics . Ed. Todd M. Schaefer and Thomas A. Birkland, eds. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2006.
David Lightfoot & Ralph Fasold. “ The structure of sentences.” An introduction to language and linguistics. Ed. J. Connor-Linton & R. Fasold. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
S.R. Anderson & David Lightfoot. “ Biology and language: A response to Everett.” Journal of Linguistics 42.2 (2006): 377-383.
David Lightfoot. “ Minimizing government: Deletion as cliticization.” The Linguistic Review 23.2 (2006): 97-126.
David Lightfoot. . Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2006. How new languages emerge
Sarah Oates, Diana Owen, and Rachel Gibson, ed. . New York and London: Routledge, 2006. The Internet and Politics: Citizens, Voters, and Activists
Jeffrey Peck. . New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2006. Being Jewish in the New Germany
J. P. Singh. “ Foreign Direct Investment Variations in Emerging Markets: Credible Commitments, Economic Downturn, or Something Else?.” Information Technologies and International Development 2.4 (2006): 75-87.
J. P. Singh. “ The Evolution of National Interests: New Issues and North South Negotiations during the Uruguay Round.” Negotiating Trade: Developing Countries in the WTO and NAFTA. Ed. John Odell. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2006: 41-84
Turow, J., Feldman, L., and Meltzer, K. “Open to Exploitation: Americans in the Online/Offline Marketplace.” Publication of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, June 2005.
Michael R. Nelson, Matthias Schunter, Michael R. McCullough, John S. Bliss. “ Trust and On Demand: Enabling Privacy, Security, Transparency, and Accountability in Distributed Systems .” Telecommunications Policy Research Conference. : Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, 2005.
Tisinger, R., Stroud, N., Meltzer, K., Mueller, B., and Gans, R. “ Creating Political Websites: Balancing Complexity and Usability.” Knowledge, Technology and Policy 18.2 (2005): 41-51.
Meltzer, K., Mueller, B., and Tisinger, R. “ Engaging the Electronic Electorate.” Conversations: Readings for Writing, 6th edition. Ed. Dominic Delli Carpini and Jack Selzer. : Longman Press, 2005.
J. P. Singh. “ Services Commitments: Case Studies from Belize and Costa Rica.” Managing the Challenges of WTO Participation. Ed. Peter Gallagher, Patrick Low, Andrew L. Stoler. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Ironic denial: Toboze in Croatian political discourse.” Journal of Pragmatics 37.5 (2005): 667-683.
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Political speeches and persuasive argumentation.” Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd edition . Ed. Keith Brown . Kidlington, Oxford: Elsevier., 2005.
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Vatroslav Jagic: Linguistic bibliography.” Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd edition. Ed. Keith Brown. Kidlington, Oxford: Elsevier, 2005.
Martin Irvine. “ Chapter One: Grammatica and Literary Theory..” Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, II: The Middle Ages.. Ed. A. J. Minnis. Cambridge, UK, and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005: 15-41
Cheryl A. Leanza and Harold Feld. “ How Can Government Constitutionally Compel Mass Media to Serve the Public, And How Can Citizens Make It Happen?.” News Incorporated: Corporate Media Ownership And Its Threat To Democracy. Ed. Elliot D. Cohen. New York: Prometheus Books, 2005.
Jeanine Warisse Turner, James D. Robinson, A. Alaoui, James Winchester, Alan Neudstadtl, Betty Levine, Jeffrey Collmann, and Seong K. Mun. “ Understanding the communicative context created through telemedicine interactions..” Health Communication. Ed. A. Schorr. Gottingen, Germany: Hogrefe, 2005.
Meltzer, K. “ Public Input for a Public Space.” Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research 4.Fall (2005): 49-70.
Turner, J.W., Robinson, J.D., Alaoui, A., Winchester, J., Neustadtl, A., Tohme, W., Levine, B., Collmann, J., Mun, S.K.. “ Doctor and patient interaction during telemedicine: Clashes of perception and reality.” Understanding Health Communication Technologies. Ed. P. Whitten and D. Cook. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2004: 118-126
David Lightfoot. “ Cuing a different grammar.” Handbook on the history of English. Ed. A van Kemenade and B. Los. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
David Lightfoot. “ Plato’s problem, UG and the language organ.” Companion to Noam Chomsky. Ed. J. McGilvray. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
David Lightfoot. “ Learning from Creoles.” Lingua (2004).
Public and Private Interests in Standard Setting: Conflict or Convergence .
Cheryl A. Leanza. “ Monolith or Mosaic: Can the Federal Communications Commission Legitimately Pursue an Repetition of Local Content at the Expense of Local Diversity?.” American University Law Review 53.597 (2004).
James Robinson, Thomas Skill, and Jeanine Warisse Turner. “ Media usage and portrayals of the elderly.” Handbook of Communication and Aging Research. Ed. J.F. Nussbaum and J. Coupland. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum, 2004.
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ “If I may say, I would like to and Let me repeat: Modality-construed mitigation markers in political communication.” English Modality in Perspective: Genre Analysis and Contrastive Studies. Ed. Roberta Facchinetti and Frank Palmer . Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2004: 45-66
J. P. Singh. “ The Persistence and Breakdown of Exclusion and Territoriality in Global Telecommunications Regimes.” The Emergent Global Information Policy Regime. Ed. Sandra Braman. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004: 86-108
J. P. Singh and Shilpa A. Hart. “ Development as Cross-Cultural Communication: Anatomy of a Development Project in North India.” Journal of International Communication (2004): 50-75.
Meltzer, K., Mueller, B., and Tisinger, R. “ Engaging the Electronic Electorate.” National Civic Review 93.1 (2004): 56-67.
Time. Special issue for Essays in Arts and Sciences, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT, winter 2004..
David Lightfoot. “ Abstraction and performance: Commentary on Fischer.” Studies in Language 28.3 (2004): 741-744.
Meltzer, K. “ Nerone, J. and Barnhurst, K. The Form of News: A History.” Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism 4.4 (2003): 502-504.
Meltzer, K. Chapter on “Polling, Surveys and Focus Groups” in “Analysis of the Messages of the Early Childhood Movement.” Publication of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, February 2003.
Turner, J. W.. “ Expanding Healthcare into Virtual Environments.” Handbook of Health Communication. Ed. Thompson, t. L., Dorsey, M., Miller, K. & Parrott, R.. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003: 515-535
David Lightfoot & Cilene Rodrigues. “ Clitic climbing and subject inversion.” University of Maryland Working Papers (2003).
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Understanding vagueness: A discourse-analytical approach to former Croatian president Tudjman’s State of the Nation Address.” Interaction and Cognition in Linguistics. Ed. Carlos Inchaurralde and Celia Florén . Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2003: 85-97
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Me, You, Us, and Them: A discourse- analytical approach to former Croatian president Tudjman’s State of the Nation Address.” Europa der Schprachen: Sprachkompetenz – Mehrsprachigkeit – Translation. Ed. Lew N. Zybatow . Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2003.
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Semantika i pragmatika cestice tobože [Semantics and pragmatics of the particle tobože].” Psiholingvistika i kognitivna znanost u hrvatskoj primijenjenoj lingvistici [Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Science in Croatian Applied Linguistics]. Ed. Diana Stolac, Nada Ivaneti?, and Boris Pritchard . Zagreb, Rijeka: Hrvatsko drustvo za primijenjenu lingvistiku, 2003.
Mirjana N. Dedaic and Daniel N. Nelson. . Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 2003. At War with Words
Cheryl A. Leanza and Harold Feld. “ More Than ‘A Toaster with Pictures,’ Defending Media Ownership Limits.” ABA Communications Lawyer (2003).
Martin Irvine. “ The Emerging Global E-Education Industry.” The Wired Tower: Perspectives on the Impact of the Internet on Higher Education. Ed. Matthew Pittinsky. New York: Prentice Hall-Pearson Education, 2003: 65-109
Moag-Stahlberg, A., Miles, A., & Marcello, M. “ What kids say they do and what parents think kids are doing: The ADAF/Knowledge Networks 2003 Family Nutrition and Physical Activity Study.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association (2003).
Susan Claire Warshauer. “ Community-Based Software, Participatory Theater: Models for Inviting Participation in Learning and Artistic Production.” Virtual Publics. Ed. Beth Kolko. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 2003: 286-326
Jeanine Warisse Turner, Robert Thomas, N. Lamar Reinsch. “ Willingness to try a new communication technology: Perceptual factors and task situations in a health care context..” Journal of Business Communication 41.1 (2003): 1-21.
Jeanine Warisse Turner, James D. Robinson, A. Alaoui, James Winchester, Alan Neustadtl, Betty Levine, Jeffrey Collmana, Seong K. Mun. “ Media attitudes versus media use: Understanding the contribution of context to the communication environment of telemedicine interactions.” Health Care Management Review 28.2 (2003): 7-18.
James D. Robinson, Jeanine Warisse Turner. “ Impersonal, interpersonal, and hyperpersonal social support: Cancer and older adults.” Health Communication 15.2 (2003): 231-239.
David Lightfoot. “ The development of grammars .” The 2nd State-of-the-Article Book. Ed. L. Cheng & R. Sybesma. Berlin: Mouton de Gruter, 2003: 1-24
David Lightfoot. “ More myths.” Journal of Linguistics 38.3 (2003).
David Lightfoot. “ Grammaticalization: Cause of effect?.” Motives for language change. Ed. R. Hickey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
David Lightfoot. “ Formal grammar.” Oxford International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 2nd edition. Ed. W. Frawley. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
Elnawawy, N, & Iskandar, A. . New York: Basic Books, 2003. Al-Jazeera: The Story of the Network that is Rattling Governments and Redefining Modern Journalism
Introduction to N. Chomsky Syntactic structures (2nd edition). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin (2002).
David Lightfoot. “ Grammatical approaches to syntactic change.” Handbook of historical linguistics. Ed. R. Janda & B. Joseph. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002.
David Lightfoot. “ Language acquisition and language change.” Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Ed. Lynn Nadel. London: Macmillan, 2002.
David Lightfoot, ed. . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Syntactic effects of morphological change
Stephen Anderson and David Lightfoot . . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. The language organ: Linguistics as cognitive physiology
David Lightfoot. “ Myths and the prehistory of grammars.” Journal of Linguistics 38.1 (2002): 113-136.
J. P. Singh. “ Introduction: Information Technologies, Power and Global Governance.” Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance. Ed. James N. Rosenau and J. P. Singh. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2002: 1-38
J. P. Singh. “ Negotiating Regime Change: The Weak, the Strong and the WTO Telecommunications Accord.” Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance. Ed. James N. Rosenau and J. P. Singh. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2002: 239-272
J. P. Singh. “ International Communication Regimes, Overview.” Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications. Ed. Donald H. Johnston. San Diegi, CA: Academic Publishers, 2002: 463-475
J. P. Singh. “ The Institutional Environment and the effects of telecommunication privatization and market liberalization in Asia: Lessons for India. (expanded, updated and reprinted from “Telecommunication Policy”).” Telecommunication Reform in India. Ed. Rafiq Dossani. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishers, 2002: 91-118
J. P. Singh and Sarah M. Gilchrist. “ Three layers of the electronic commerce network: challenges for the developed and developing worlds.” Info: the journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media 4.2 (2002): 31-41.
James N. Rosenau and J. P. Singh, ed. . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2002. Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance
David Lightfoot. “ Review of W. Croft Explaining language change, an evolutionary approach.” Journal of Linguistics 38.2 (2002).
“A People Looking Forward: Action for Access and Partnerships in the 21st Century.” 300 page report prepared for White House Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Submitted to the President of the United States..
Mirjana N. Dedaic and Daniel N. Nelson. “ Democracy on the run.” New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture 23(1) 2001: .
Mirjana N. Dedaic. “ Stepmother as electron: Positioning the stepmother in a family dinner conversation.” Journal of Sociolinguistics 5.3 (2001): 372-400.
J. P. Singh. “ Transnational, National or Local? Gender-based NGO Networks and Information Technologies in India.” Crises of Governance in Asia and Afric. Ed. In Sandra J. Maclean, Fahimul Qadir, and Tim Shaw. Albany, NY: Ashgate, 2001: 109-128
J. P. Singh. “ Communication Technology and Development: Instrumentality, Strategy and Pluralism.” Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication. Ed. William Gudykunst and Bella Mody. Thusand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2001: 479-497
J. P. Singh. “ From POTS to E-commerce: What Have the Developing Countries Learnt About Property Rights Over the Last 50 Years?.” Prometheus 19.4 (2001): 347-361.
Stuart C. Gilman and Jeanine Warisse Turner. “ Media richness and social information processing: A rationale for multifocal CME activities.” Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 21.3 (2001): 134-139.
Jeanine Warisse Turner, Robert Thomas, Michelle Gailiun. “ Consumer response to virtual service organizations: The case of telemedicine.” International Journal of Medical Marketing 1.4 (2001): 309-318.
Jeanine Warisse Turner. “ Telepsychiatry as a case study of presence: Do you know what you are missing.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 6.4 (2001).
Jeanine Warisse Turner, Jean Grube, Jennifer Meyers. “ Developing a optimal match within online communities: An exploration of CMC support communities & traditional support.” Journal of Communication 51.2 (2001): 231-251.
Melissa Marcello and Robert Perrucci. “ Small Groups and Civic Engagement–All About Me?.” The Responsive Community 10.3 (2000).
Jeanine Warisse Turner. “ Generating the virtual office visit.” Managing Healthcare Information Systems with Web-Enabled Technology. Ed. L. Eder. Hershey. PA: Idea Group Publishing, 2000: 59-68
J. P. Singh. “ The Institutional Environment and the Effects of Telecommunication Privatization and Market Liberalization in Asia.” Telecommunications Policy 24 (2000): 885-906.
J. P. Singh. “ Weak Powers and Globalism: Impact of Plurality on Weak-Strong Negotiations in the International Economy.” International Negotiation 5 (2000): 449-484.
J. P. Singh. “ Issues of Access, Affordability, and Use: Bringing People and Information Technologies Together in India.” Voices: A Journal on Communication for Development (2000).
Networks and the Evolution of Property Rights in the Global, Knowledge-Based Economy.
Crafting Communication Policy in a Competitive Environment.
David Lightfoot. “ The spandrels of the linguistic genotype.” The evolutionary emergence of language. Ed. J. Hurford, C. Knight, & M. Studdert-Kennedy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000: 231-247
David Lightfoot. “ Ellipses as clitics.” Ellipsis in conjunction. Ed. K. Schwabe & N. Zhang. Tubingen: Niemeyer, 2000: 79-94
David Lightfoot and Susan Edwards. “ Intact grammars but intermittent access.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23.1 (2000).
David Lightfoot. “ Quanto tempo durou o siculo XIX? (How long was the 19th century?).” Homenagem a Mary Kato. Ed. C. Galves, J. Nunes & E. Raposo. : D.E.L.T.A., 2000: 69-86
David Lightfoot. “ Creoles and cues.” Language creation and change: Creolization, diachrony and development. Ed. M. DeGraff. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999: 431-52
David Lightfoot. “ Language variation and change.” The MIT encyclopedia of the cognitive sciences. Ed. F. Keil & R. Wilson. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999: 156-8
David Lightfoot. “ Atomic lexical entries.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22.6 (1999): 1029-30.
David Lightfoot with Stephen R. Anderson. “ The human language faculty as an organ.” Annual Review of Physiology 62 (1999): 697-722.
David Lightfoot. . Oxford: Blackwell, 1999. The development of language: Acquisition, change and evolution
Richard Davis and Diana Owen. . New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. New Media and American Politics
J. P. Singh. . Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1999. Leapfrogging Development? The Political Economy of Telecommunications Restructuring
Cooperative Networks and The Rural-Urban Divide.
J. P. Singh. “ • Joint Book Review of Milton L. Mueller. Universal service: Competition, Interconnection, and Monopoly in the Making of the American Telephone System. Ingo Vogelsang & Bridger M. Mitchell. Telecommu.” Technology and Culture (1999).
The Politics of Linguistics. Special issue for International Politics, (36)2 (1999)..
Mun, S., Turner, J.W.. “ Telemedicine: Emerging e-Medicine.” Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering 1 (1999): 589-610.
Mekhjian, H., Turner, J.W., Gailiun, M., & McCain, T.. “ Patient Satisfaction with Telemedicine in a Prison Environment.” Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 5 (1999): 55-61.
Mekhjian, H., Turner, J.W., Gailiun, M., & McCain, T.. “ Patient Satisfaction with Telemedicine in a Prison Environment.” Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 5 (1999): 55-61.
J. P. Singh. “ Telecommunication User Groups and Economic Development..” Telecommunity Journal (1998).
Susan Claire Warshauer. “ Multi-User Environment Studies: Defining a Field of Study and Four Approaches to the Design of Multi-User Software Programs.” Literary and Linguistic Computing: Journal of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing 13.4 (1998).
David Lightfoot. “ Promises, promises: General learning algorithms.” Mind and Language 13.4 (1998): 582-587.
David Lightfoot. “ The development of grammars.” GLOT International (1998).
Pacht, E., Turner, J.W., Gailiun, M., Violi, L., Ralston, D., Mekhjian, H., & St. John, R.. “ Effectiveness of Telemedicine in the Outpatient Pulmonary Clinic.” Telemedicine Journal 4.4 (1998): 287-292.
Cegala, D., Coleman, M. & Turner, J.W.. “ The Development and Partial Assessment of the Medical Communication Competence Scale.” Health Communication 10.3 (1998): 261-288.
Pacht, E., Turner, J.W., Gailiun, M., Violi, L., Ralston, D., Mekhjian, H., & St.John, R. (1998). The Effectiveness of Telemedicine in the Outpatient Pulmonary Clinic – Abstract. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine,153(4)..
J. P. Singh. “ Need for Accountability: Telecommunications Policies for Rural India.” Voices: A Journal on Communication for Development (1997): 14-19.
David Lightfoot. “ Catastrophic change and learning theory.” Lingua 100 (1997): 171-92.
David Lightfoot. “ Shifting trigger and diachronic reanalyses.” Parameters of morphosyntactic change. Ed. A. van Kemenade & N. Vincent . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997: 253-272
David Lightfoot. “ Reply to Bauer.” Language 73.2 (1997).
J. P. Singh. “ • Review of Brian Levy and Pablo T. Spiller. Regulations, Institutions, and Commitments. In Managerial and Decision Economics. .” Managerial and Decision Economics 18.1-2 (1997).
J. P. Singh. “ • Review of Daniel Sarewitz. Frontiers of Illusion: Science, Technology, and the Politics of Progress. .” In Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy. (1997).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of B. Bauer Emergence and development of SVO patterning in Latin and French.” Language 72.1 (1996): 156-159.
Susan Claire Warshauer. “ Rethinking Pedagogical Authority in Response to Homophobia in the Networked Classroom.” Situating College English: Lessons from an American University. Ed. Evan Carton and Alan W. Friedman. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey, 1996: 191-203
Martin Irvine. . New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1996. Web Works: The Norton Guide to the World Wide Web
J. P. Singh, ed. “ Information Revolution and World Politics.” 1995. : Science, Technology and Environmental Politics Section, American Political Science Association.
Jeffrey Peck and John Borneman. . Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1995. Sojourners:The Return of German Jews and the Question of Identity
David Lightfoot. “ Languages.” Triumph of discovery: Scientific American 150 Anniversary Book. Ed. Scientific American. New York1: Holt & Co., 1995: 124-29
David Lightfoot. “ Grammars for peopls.” Journal of Linguistics 31.2 (1995): 393-99.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of K. Hale & J. Keyser, The view from Building 20: Essays in honor of Sylvain Bromberger.” Mind and Language 10.3 (1995): 305-312.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Broadcast Self-Regulation: The NAB Codes, Family Viewing Hour and Television Violence.” Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 13.3 (1995).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of I. Roberts, Verbs and diachronic syntax.” Language 70.3 (1994).
David Lightfoot. “ Degree-0 learnability.” Syntactic theory and first language acquisition: Crosslinguistic perspectives. Vol 2: Binding, dependencies and learnability. Ed. B. Lust, G. Hermon & J. Kornfilt. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1994: 453-372
Norbert Hornstein and David Lightfoot, ed. . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. Verb movement
Susan Claire Warshauer. “ Aesthetic Approaches to the Design and Study of MUDs (Multi-User Domains) in English and Performance Studies: Interface, Realism, and Virtual Interaction.” CWRL: Computers, Writing, Rhetoric and Literature, E-journal (1994).
Susan Claire Warshauer. “ From Aristotle to Madison Avenue: Ethos and the Ethics of Argument.” Ethos: New Essays in Rhetorical and Critical Theory. Ed. James S. and Tita French Baumlin. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University Press, 1994: 171-190
Martin Irvine. . Cambridge, UK, and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994. The Making of Textual Culture
J. P. Singh, ed. “ Pacific Technolopolis: Southern California in the Coming Century.” 1993. Los Angeles: The Asia Society.
David Lightfoot. “ Why UG needs a learning theory: Triggering verb movement.” Historical linguistics: Problems and perspectives. Ed. C. Jones. London: Longman, 1993: 190-214
David Lightfoot. “ Uma ciencia da historia.” D.E.L.T.A. 9.2 (1993): 275-294.
David Lightfoot. “ Government: the long and short of it.” Journal of Linguistics 28.1 (1992): 185-197.
Diana Owen . . New York: Greenwood Press, 1991. Media Messages in American Presidential Elections
N. Hornstein & David Lightfoot. “ The nature of lexical government.” Principles and parameters in comparative syntax. Ed. R. Freidin. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991: 365-391
David Lightfoot. “ Simple triggers and creoles.” Behavorial & Brain Sciences 14.2 (1991).
David Lightfoot. “ Subjacency and sex.” Language and Communication 11.1 (1991): 67-69.
David Lightfoot. “ Formal grammar.” Oxford International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (1991).
David Lightfoot. . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991. How to set parameters: Arguments from language change
David Lightfoot. “ Review of G. Nixon & J. Honey, eds An hostoric tongue: Studies in English linguistics in memory of Barbara Strang.” Language 67.3 (1991).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of J. McCawley, The syntactic phenomena of English.” Journal of Linguistics 27.1 (1991): 267-274.
David Lightfoot. “ Obsolescence and Universal Grammar.” Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics. Ed. S. Adamson, V. Law, N. Vincent & S. Wright. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1990: 281-292
David Lightfoot. “ Modelling language development.” Mind and cofnition. Ed. W. Lycan. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990: 646-659
David Lightfoot. “ Old heads and new heads.” Grammar in Progress: GLOW studies for Henk van Riemsdijk. Ed. J. Mascaro & M. Nespor. Dordrecht: Foris, 1990: 317-322
David Lightfoot. “ The child’s trigger experience: Degree-0 learnability (target article).” Behavioral & Brain Sciences 12.2 (1989): 321-334.
David Lightfoot. “ Matching simple triggers to parameters (Author’s response).” Behavioral & Brain Sciences 12.2 (1989): 364-375.
David Lightfoot. “ Modelling language change: Ontogenetic and phylogenetic.” Newton to Aristotle: Toward a theory of models for living systems. Ed. J. Casti & A. Karlqvist. Cambridge, MA: Birkhauser Boston, 1989: 245-280
David Lightfoot. “ Creoles, triggers and Universal Grammar.” On Language: A Festschrift for R.P. Stockwell. Ed. C. Duncan-Rose & T. Vennemann. London: Routledge, 1988: 97-105
David Lightfoot. “ Syntactic change.” Linguistics: The Cambridge Survey. Ed. F. Newmeyer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988: 303-323
David Lightfoot. “ N. Chomsky Barriers.” Language 64.2 (1988): 366-383.
David Lightfoot. “ Predication and PRO.” Language 63.1 (1987): 23-52.
David Lightfoot (with J. Aoun, N. Hornstein & A. Weinberg). “ Two types of locality.” Linguistic Inquiry 18.4 (1987): 537-77.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of S.J.Keyser & W. O’Neil, Rule generalization and optionality in language change.” Language 63.1 (1987): 151-155.
Mark MacCarthy. “ Closure in Occupational Safety and Health: The Benzene and Cotton Dust Cases.” Scientific Controversies: Studies in the Resolution and Closure of Disputes Concerning Science and Technology . Ed. A. L. Caplan and H. T. Engelhardt, Jr.. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of P. Culicover & W. Wilkins, Locality in linguistic theory.” Journal of Linguistics 22.2 (1986): 480-485.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of F. Newmeyer, Grammatical theory: Limits and possibilities.” Journal of Pragmatics 9.6 (1986): 851-856.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of J. Fisiak, ed, Historical syntax.” Language 62.2 (1986).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of J.-R. Vergnaud, Dependences et niveaux de representation.” Language 62 (1986).
David Lightfoot. “ Language and the human intellect.” Proteus: A Journal of Ideas 2.2 (1985): 1-8.
David Lightfoot. “ A mind for languages.” Arts and Humanities Magazine 2 (1985): 19-22.
David Lightfoot. “ A brief response.” Linguistic Inquiry 17.1 (1985): 111-13.
Mark MacCarthy, Representative John D. Dingell, Timothy Nulty. “ … Or a Free Ride for AT&T?.” Challenge 27.1 (1984).
J. Aoun and David Lightfoot . “ Government and contraction.” Linguistic Inquiry 15.3 (1984): 465-73.
David Lightfoot. “ The relative richness of triggers and the bioprogram.” The Behavorial and Brain Sciences 7.2 (1984).
David Lightfoot. “ A Piagetian alternative?.” Canadian Journal of Linguistics 29.2 (1984): 131-4.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of W. Elmer, Diachronic grammar: the istory of Old and Middle English subjectless constructions.” Diachronica 1.2 (1984): 267-271.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of S. Pulman, Word meaning and belief.” British Book News (1983).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of R. Fowler, Language and control.” Canadian Journal of Linguistics 27.1 (1982).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of G. Sampson, Making sense.” Journal of Linguistics 18.2 (1982): 426-431.
David Lightfoot. . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1982. The language lottery: Toward a biology of grammars
Mark MacCarthy. “ A Review of Some Normative and Conceptual Issues in Occupational Safety and Health.” Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 7.4 (1981).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of G. Sampson, Liberty and language.” Journal of Linguistics 17.1 (1981): 160-172.
David Lightfoot. “ The history of NP movement.” The logical problem of language acquisition. Ed. C. L. Baker & J. McCarthy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1981: 86-119
Norbert Hornstein and David Lightfoot, ed. . London: Longman, 1981. Explanation in linguistics: The logical problem of language acquisition
David Lightfoot. “ Explaining syntactic change.” Explanation in linguistics. Ed. Hornstein & Lightfoot. London: Longman, 1981: 209-240
David Lightfoot. “ A reply to some critics.” Lingua 55.4 (1981): 351-368.
David Lightfoot. “ Methods and metaworries.” Times Literary Supplement (1980).
David Lightfoot. “ Trace theory and explanation.” Current approaches to syntax [Syntax and semantics vol. 13]. Ed. E. Moravcsik & J. Wirth. New York: Academic Press, 1980: 137-165
David Lightfoot. “ The history of NP Movement.” Lexical grammer. Ed. T. Hoekstra et al. Dordrecht: Foris Publications, 1980.
David Lightfoot. “ Sur la reconstruction d’une proto-syntaxe.” Languages 60 (1980): 109-123.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of N. Baron, Language acquisition and historical change.” Studies in Language 4.3 (1980): 411-417.
David Lightfoot. . Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1979. Principles of diachronic syntax
David Lightfoot. “ Rule classes and syntactic change.” Linguistic Inquiry 10.1 (1979): 83-108.
David Lightfoot. “ Mechanisms of syntactic change.” Language 55.2 (1979): 381-395.
David Lightfoot. “ Explaining syntactic change.” Montreal Working Papers in Linguistics 11 (1978).
David Lightfoot. “ Syntactic change and the autonomy thesis.” Journal of Linguistics 13.2 (1977): 191-216.
David Lightfoot. “ On traces and conditions on rules.” Formal Syntax. Ed. P. Culicover, T. Wasow & A. Akmajian. New York: Academic Press, 1977: 207-238
David Lightfoot. “ A re-structuring rule.” Linguistic Inquiry 9.4 (1977): 217-219.
David Lightfoot. “ The theoretical implications of Subject Raising.” Foundations of Language 14.2 (1976): 257-286.
David Lightfoot. “ The base component as a locus of syntactic change.” Current progress in historical linguistics. Ed. W. Christie. North Holland: Amsterdam, 1976: 17-37
David Lightfoot. “ Review of R. Kempson, Presupposition and the delimitation of semantics, and D. Wilson, Presuppositions and non-truth-conditional semantics.” Journal of Linguistics 12.2 (1976): 324-334.
David Lightfoot. “ Trace theory and twice moved NPs.” Linguistic Inquiry 7.4 (1976): 559-582.
David Lightfoot. “ Diachronic syntax: extraposition and deep structure re-analyses.” Folia Linguistica 9 (1975).
David Lightfoot. “ Review of R. Jackendoff, Semantic interpretation in generative grammar.” Journal of Linguistics 11.1 (1975): 140-147.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of A. Sommerstein, The sound patern of ancient Greek.” Language 51.2 (1975): 469-472.
David Lightfoot. “ Diachronic syntax: extraposition and deep structure re-analyses.” Proceedings of the North East Linguistics Society . Ed. E. Kaisse. : Harvard University, 1975: 200-215
David Lightfoot. . The Hague: Mouton, 1975. Natural logic and the Greek moods
David Lightfoot. “ Indeterminacy in syntax.” Canadian Journal of Linguistics 19.2 (1974): 150-166.
David Lightfoot. “ On be+ing interpreted.” Glossa 8.1 (1974): 193-197.
David Lightfoot and Y-C. Morin. “ La place de la semantique dans une grammaire generative: ce qui fait se battre les linguistes.” Montreal Working Papers in Linguistics 2 (1974): 93-116.
David Lightfoot, ed. “ The diachronic analysis of English modals.” 1974. Amsterdam: North Holland.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of C. Fillmore & T. Langendoen, eds. Studies in linguistic semantics.” Canadian Journal of Linguistics 18.1 (1973): 49-62.
David Lightfoot, ed. “ Abstract verbs and the development of the Greek mood system.” 1972. Bologna, Italy: Proceedings of the XIth World Congress of Linguists.
David Lightfoot. “ Notes on entailment and universal quantifiers.” Papers in Linguistics 5.2 (1972): 270-299.
David Lightfoot. “ Presuppositions dans la grammaire transformationelle.” Lingua 31 (1972): 177-200.
David Lightfoot. “ History can be bunk.” Montreal Star (1971).
David Lightfoot. “ Entailment and universal quantifiers.” Cahiers linguistiques d’Ottawa 2 (1971): 83-96.
David Lightfoot. “ Review of W. Lockwood, Indo-European philology.” American Classical Review 1.2 (1971).
David Lightfoot. . : Plymouth Municipal Libraries, 1963. An etymological enquiry into Plymouth’s place-names
Standards for Standard Setting: Contesting the Organizational Field.
David Paletz, Diana Owen, and Timothy Cook. “ Government and Politics in the Information Age.” : , to appear in .
Turner, J.W., Robinson, J.D,, Tian, Y., Neustadtl, A., Angelus, P., Russell, M., Mun, S., and Levine, B.. “ Can Messages Make a Difference? Association Between Email Messages and Health Outcomes in Diabetes Patients.” : , to appear in.
Friesen, M.A., Herbst, A., Turner, J.W., Speroni, K., and Robinson, J.D.. “ Developing a Patient-Centered ISHAPED Handoff with Patient/Family and Parent Advisory Councils.” : , to appear in.