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OJ SIMPSON TRIAL CONFERENCE PAPERS/MANUSCRIPTS
Last Updated 08/27/97
Austin, Erica Weintraub. (1995). Credibility, Apparent Reality And The Guilt Or Innocence Of O.J.: How Media Coverage Produced A Public "Verdict." Paper presented to the Theory & Methodology Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August, 1995.
Gilkes, Cheryl Townsend. (1996). The Race Card Yields a Full House: Racism, Police Violence, and the O.J. Simpson Case. Paper Presented at the Society for the Study of Social Problems.
Hansen, Elizabeth K. (August, 1995). Tabloids, Lawyers And Competition Made Us Do It!: How Journalists Construct, Interpret And Justify Coverage Of The O.J. Simpson Story. Paper presented to the Qualitative Studies Divison of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Convention, August 9-12, 1995, Washington, D.C.
Hunt, Darnell M. (1996). Playing the 'Race Card' in 'Colorblind' Times: Raced Ways of Seeing, 'Evidence' and the 'Trial of the Century'. (American Sociological Association ASA, 1996).
Keeler, Barbara. (1996). Media Treatment Of The O.J. Simpson Case: Major Story Or Meaningless Distraction? Unpublished manuscript, Program on Communication and Journalism, East-West Center, Honolulu, HI.
Sutherland, Patrick J., et al. (1996). Credibility And Perceptions of Network Television News Coverage of The O.J. Simpson Trial. Presented to the Radio- Television Journalism Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Anaheim, California.
-----. (1995). Representing The High Profile Media Client. Paper presented by the Law and Media Committee of the Young Lawyers Division at the American Bar Association Midyear Meeting, Miami, Florida, February 12, 1995. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association.