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Stephen Bates

Bates, Stephen. "Prenates, Postmorts, and Bell-Curve Dignity," Hastings Center Reports, July-August 2008,

Bates, Stephen. Review of Rediscovering a Lost Freedom, by Patrick M. Garry, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, summer 2008

Bates, Stephen. "The Day the TV Died," Wilson Quarterly, spring 2008

Bates. Stephen. "Standardization in Television and Video Technology." Paper presentation at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications Conference, August 7, 2008
 
Bates, Stephen. "Actual Law in Virtual Worlds: Protecting Creative Works in Second Life." Paper presentation, with Yuval Karniel, at International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference on Media and Global Divides, Stockholm, July 21, 2008
 
Bates, Stephen. "The Hutchins Commission and Public Intellectuals." Paper presentation at Conference on Public Intellectuals, Boston University Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, May 15, 2008
 
Bates, Stephen. "The Mixed Motives Behind a Pulitzer." Paper presentation at American Journalism Historians Association/Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Joint Journalism Historians Conference, New York City, March 15, 2008
 
Bates, Stephen. "The Entertainment Ecosystem." Panel presentation, Far West Popular and American Culture Associations Conference, Las Vegas, January 26, 2008
 
Bates, Stephen. Essay on Justice Clarence Thomas's view of the First Amendment's compelled-speech doctrine. Special section of www.firstamendmentcenter.org, September 2007
 

 

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