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Proffitt, J. M. (2002, March). Fan is short for fanatic: A description of football fans. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Popular Culture Association, Sports Division, Toronto, Canada.

Santos, C. A., & Proffitt, J. M. (2002, February). The American tourist according to The New Yorker: A framing analysis of The New Yorker cartoons. Paper presented at the annual Intercultural Communication Conference, Miami, FL.

Proffitt, J. M. (2001, August). Gatekeeping and the political cartoon: A case study of the 2000 presidential campaign. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Newspaper Division, Washington, DC.

  • Session filmed and appeared on C-SPAN

Proffitt, J. M. (2001, April). The Basketball Diaries, Doom, and Marilyn Manson: Death at Columbine High School. Paper presented at the annual conference of the University of Wyoming Organization of Active Students in Sociology, Laramie, WY.

  • Outstanding Graduate Paper Second Place

Proffitt, J. M. (2001, March). An ethical analysis of the news coverage of the Columbine shootings. Paper presented at the Southeast Regional Colloquium of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Columbia, SC.

Proffitt, J. M. (2000, April). Gangs, guns, and grades: Tolerance of violence among high school males. Paper presented at the annual conference of the University of Wyoming Organization of Active Students in Sociology, Laramie, WY.

SEMINARS 2003 National Communication Association Doctoral Honors Seminar, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, August 2003.

  • Awarded a top three paper distinction in the Media and Democracy Division; paper

presented at a public session of the seminar

PANELS Panel Organizer, Moderator, and Panelist, Women and radio: Historical and contemporary issues. Panel proposal accepted for the annual conference of the Broadcast Education Association, Broadcast & Internet Radio Division, Las Vegas, NV, April 2008.

Panel Presentation: “Reward, Not Punish: The Women’s National Radio Committee’s Strategy for Better Radio Programming.”

Roundtable panelist, Television studies and television policy. FLOW Conference 2006: A critical forum on television and media, Austin, TX, October 2006.

Panelist, Audiences and radio: How the concept of audience is used. Panel proposal accepted for the annual conference of the Broadcast Education Association, Broadcast & Internet Radio Division, Las Vegas, NV, April 2006.

Panel presentation: “From ‘Blood and Goreto Sex in a Church: The Evolution (?) of Radio Content Since the 1930s.”

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