Kristie Bunton

Kristie Bunton
Texas Christian University | TCU · Department of Journalism

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (18)
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After Natalie Maines of The Dixie Chicks expressed her opposition to the Iraq War and President Bush in a country music concert, she was told to "shut up and sing." When NFL player Colin Kaepernick protested police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem, he was applauded by some and demonized by others. Both had their careers irrevocably...
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Based on a survey of recent alumni from two different institutions, this study indicates that media ethics instruction corresponds with ethical awareness and ethical leadership. Graduates who took media ethics courses were significantly more likely than those who did not to consider ethical issues in their profession important. They were more likel...
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This commentary explores the intersection of journalism and social science in the use of exit polls to explain and predict election outcomes. We consider whether the application of standard social scientific and statistical norms to election night journalism is ethical, and whether the news audience’s role in demanding and/or tolerating poll-driven...
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This article is a chronological narrative analysis of two local newspapers' coverage of a controwsial community issue over a 4 year period. The analysis places the newspapers' coverage in the context of social responsibility theory and argues that even the smallest local newspapers have an ethical responsibility not only to uphold basic precepts of...
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This article outlines the concept of community involvement by small-town editors and publishers in the 20th century to provide context for a discussion of one small newspaper's experience in treading the line between editorial advocacy and community activism. The article offers a model to use in assessing the risks of activism, applying the model t...
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Indiana University, 1993. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 268-282). Photocopy.
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Typescript. Thesis (M.A.)--University of Missouri-Columbia, 1989. Includes bibliographical references (p. 146-154).

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