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    The last line of defense: Journalism photo editors and mental health during times of trauma
    Lasting legacies: a framing analysis of religion news online and in legacy media
    Latinos in Missouri: the media role in the acculturation process
    Law and the Newspaper
    Lee Ester News Fellowship. How audience habits should influence the development of radio station web sites: A case study of Wisconsin public radio
    Left behind: a textual analysis of media frames from national tv journalists covering Hurricane Katrina's evacuation centers
    The legitimization by American newspapers of employees who are fired for social media posting or the employers who fired them : a framing analysis
    Lessons from the financial crisis: what have we learned? Business journalists speak out
    Life after injury witnessing injured Ukrainian soldiers coming home
    Life and war in Korea: photographic portrayals of the Korean War in Life magazine, July 1950 - August 1953
    A life of process and progress: the influence of writer Donald M. Murray
    LIFE, liberty & the pursuit of visual happiness : the development of documentary journalism, from magazine picture stories to Netflix serials
    Lifestyle, economy, and coverage: a companion between four daily newspapers before, during and after the economic collapse
    Linotype Curriculum
    The linotype curriculum non-credit courses of the School of Journalism offers The door to your future in printing
    Linotype curriculum offers the door to your future in printing
    Linotype operation ; Offset printing
    Linotype operation and offset printing
    Linotype Operation and Printing
    The Linotype School : a series of courses planned to lay bases for careers in printing with emphasis given to the operation and care of linecasting machinery