1. Letter from the Editor
  2. Kevin M. Lerner
  3. p. vii
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  1. Does the Definition of a “Magazine” Encompass Content Marketing? A Preliminary Study
  2. Catherine M. Staub
  3. pp. 1-24
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  1. On the Cover of the Rollin’ Stone: How Rolling Stone Magazine Frames Politics and News
  2. Ashley Walter
  3. pp. 25-49
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  1. Taking the White Gloves Off: The Portrayal of Female Journalists on Good Girls Revolt
  2. Chad Painter, Patrick Ferrucci
  3. pp. 50-71
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  1. So They Claim: A Content Analysis of Magazine Food-Advertising Techniques and Branding
  2. Clay M. Craig, Mark A. Flynn, Andrea M. Bergstrom
  3. pp. 72-97
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  1. How a Football Legend and a Preeminent Magazine Inadvertently Redefined Libel Law
  2. Jeff Inman
  3. pp. 98-100
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  1. A Primer for Scholars (and Fans) of Little Magazines
  2. Elizabeth Meyers Hendrickson
  3. pp. 101-102
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  1. Creating a Space for Ideological Conversations about Civil Rights
  2. Lee Jolliffe
  3. pp. 103-104
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  1. How Life’s WWII Patriotism Helped Reclaim Advertising’s Credibility
  2. Elizabeth Meyers Hendrickson
  3. pp. 105-106
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  1. At the Junction of Two Manly Enterprises, a Hero Fantasy Unfolds
  2. Miglena Sternadori
  3. pp. 107-109
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