We use notes, not references. We are using the Journalism Quarterly note style. Examples are included below:
- Wayne Wanta, The Public and the National Agenda (Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997), 17.
- Paul S. Voakes, “Public Perception of Journalists’ Ethical Motivations,” Journalism Quarterly 74 (Spring 1997):23-38.
- Maxwell McCombs, Donald L. Shaw and David Weaver, eds., Communication and Democracy (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997).
- Edward Caudill, “An Agenda-Setting Perspective on Historical Public Opinion,” in Communication and Democracy, eds. Maxwell McCombs, Donald L. Shaw and David Weaver (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997), 1982.
- John Sullivan, “Celebrity Pulls Advertising,” Editor & Publisher 19 July 1997, 14, 65.
- “Thomson Focuses on Readership,” Editor & Publisher 19 July 1997, 25.
- Carolyn Garret Cline and Wendy Jo Maynard, “Teaching Online Technology in Public Relations,” (paper presented at the annual meeting of AEJMC, Atlanta, 1994).
- Debra Mason, “God in the News Ghetto: A Study of Religion News from 1984 to 1989” (Ph.D. diss., Ohio University, 1995).
- New York Times v. U.S., 403 US 713 (1971).
We are using a formatting innovation that allows the reader to see notes as “footnotes” but allows the author to prepare notes as “endnotes.”