Kellermann's Kollectionn of:
Last Updated 07/11/06

  1. Bloner, Laura S. (1995). Breaking The Silence: Examining The Media's Coverage Of The O.J. Simpson Case As It Relates To Domestic Violence. Unpublished B. S. Thesis, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA, MPI Microfilm Service.

  2. Butros, Heather Kim. (1999). Media Use of O.J. Simpson as a News Icon and an Exemplar. Unpublished Master's Thesis, University of Georgia.

  3. Canestrari, Mia Jo. (1996). A Content Analysis Of Network Affiliate News Service Coverage. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, Emerson College.

  4. Carroll, Scott. (1996). Two Worlds, One Black and One White: A Comparative Analysis of the "Los Angeles Sentinel" and "Los Angeles Times" Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Trial. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, University of Florida.

  5. Esposito, Steve Anthony. (1996). OJ TV: A Narrative Analysis of Television's Pretrial Coverage of the O.J. Simpson Case. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Wayne State University.

  6. Hilscher, Erika M. (1996). The Simpson Persona: CNN's Rhetorical Development of a Fallen Hero. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Dept. of Mass Communication, Miami University.

  7. Johnson, Jessica A. (1998). A Replay of O.J. in Black and White: Pre-trial Coverage in The Los Angeles Times and The Los Angeles Sentinel. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Ohio State University.

  8. Marcus, Steven Wayne. (1995). How The First Amendment Right To Free Press Adversely Affects A High-Profile Criminal Defendant's Sixth Amendment Right To An Impartial Jury. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, University of South Florida.

  9. McGolerick, Robert W. (1994). The Vicarious Impact Of A Public Trauma. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, James Madison University.

  10. Olson, Kathleen Kay. (1995). From Aaron Burr to O.J. Simpson: Free Press/Fair Trial Issues in High Profile Criminal Cases. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, University of Texas at Austin.

  11. Pearlstein, Allan. (1996). Television Crime Drama Program Viewing And O.J. Simpson Bias: Applying The Cultivation Theory. Unpublished masters' thesis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

  12. Schwab, Michael J. (1996). A Perception Shaped By History: Why America Is Divided On The O.J. Simpson Verdict. Unpublished Thesis (B.S.), California Polytechnic State University.

  13. Scheffer, Shannon. (1995). The Constitutional Impact of Cameras in the Courtroom: A Challenge to Fundamental Fairness. Honors Thesis, University of South Florida.

  14. Stephenson, Heather Jo. (1996). Reading, Race and Representation: The Performance of the O.J. Simpson Trial. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, Georgetown University.

  15. Thornton, Leigh-Ann. (1996). Murder In Black And White: Content Analysis Of The O.J. Simpson Trial In Mainstream And Black-Oriented Newspapers. Unpublished Honors essay, Dept. of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  16. Verdell, Kim LaVern. (1996). Colonialism In Legal Narratives: An Analysis Of The Prosecutorial Opening And Closing Arguments In The O.J. Simpson Trial. Unpublished Master's Thesis, University of Georgia, 1996.

  17. Winningham, Robert G. (1996). Memories Of O.J. Simpson: A Comparison Of Potential Flashbulb Memories Of Personally Experienced Events. Unpublished masters' thesis, Western Washington University.

  18. Zive, Joshua C. (1996). The Racism Card: Johnnie Cochran And Strategic Storytelling. Unpublished Masters' Thesis, Baylor University, 1996.

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