Catherine A. Luther, an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Electronic Media, recently published a chapter on survey methodology in a book entitled Research Methods in Communication. Luther is the author or co-author of dozens of scholarly articles and papers, as well as a book, Press Images, National Identity, and Foreign Policy: A Case Study of U.S.—Japan Relations from 1955-1995; she is the co-author of a second book slated for release in the spring of 2009. A recipient of numerous awards and grants, she recently won a Fulbright Scholar Research Grant, which allowed her to continue her research in Japan; she also won a Disney/ABC & International Radio and Television Society Faculty/Industry Seminar and Diversity Initiative Fellowship Grant.
Selected Recent Publications
Catherine Luther, “Survey,” Research Methods in Communication, edited by Shuhua Zhou and David Sloan, Northport, Alabama: Vision Press (2008).
Catherine Luther and Carolyn Lepre, “The Incorporation of Terrorism Coverage in Journalism Curricula,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, Vol. 61 no. 4 (2007): 362-377.
Catherine Luther and Carolyn Lepre, “Teaching Students about Covering Terrorism: An Analysis of U.S. College Journalism Programs,” Terrorism, Media, Society, edited by Tomasz Pludowski, Poland: Collegium Civitas (2006): 297-314.
Catherine Luther and Xiang Zhou, “The Framing of SARS: An Analysis of News Coverage in China and in the United States,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 82 no. 4 (2005): 857-872.
Catherine Luther, Deseriee Kennedy, and Terri Combs-Orme, “The Intertwining of Poverty, Gender, and Race: A Critical Analysis of Welfare News Coverage from 1993-2000,” Race, Gender & Class, Vol. 12 no. 2 (2005): 9-32.
Catherine Luther and Mark Miller, “Framing of the 2003 U.S.-Iraq War Demonstrations: An Analysis of News and Partisan Texts,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 82 no. 1 (2005): 78-96.