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Sims (2007). Globalization and the
privatization of radio in Greece: Influences, issues and
consequences. In I. A. Blankson
& P. D. Murphy
Negotiating democracy: Media transformations
in emerging democracies
(239-258). SUNY Press.
Gribas, J. & Sims, J. (2005). Metaphoric illumination and
symbolic ambiguity: Applying the team metaphor for perceptual
reorientation. In Lawrence Frey (Ed.),
communication: Innovations and applications with natural groups
Vol. 2. Facilitating group tasks and team communication (pp.
177-201). Hampton Press.
Sims, J. (2003, Winter).
The interplay of politicians and media owners in
Greek radio: Pluralism as diaplokí. Journal of
Radio Studies, 10 (2), 202-215.
Sims, J. (2003).
Streaming student speeches on the Internet: Convenient and
connected feedback in the basic course. Basic Communication
Course Annual, 15 (2), 1-40.
Sims, J. & Giordano J. (2001, Spring). A content analysis of
local television news:
Coverage of controversial issues and diverse populations in Eau
Claire, WI. Journal of the Wisconsin Communication
Association, XXXII, 29-46.
Giordano, J. & Sims, J. (1999).
Wisconsin parent/guardian descriptions of
children’s behavior related to the viewing of local/national television news.
Journal of Wisconsin
Gribas, J., Giordano, J.,
& Sims, J. (1998).
Communication consultants as
sensemakers: Applying the team metaphor. Pennsylvania Speech Communication
Annual, LIV, 39-56.
Sims, J. & Giordano, J. (October, 1996).Wisconsin parental evaluations of
legislative and non-legislative solutions to violence on television.
Journal of Wisconsin Communication Association,
Sims, J. & Giordano, J. (Spring, 1994). Newspaper coverage of the 1992
presidential campaign. Journal of Communication Studies, XII
Sims, J. (1990). Pluralism in transition: Cultural implications of the legalization
of private and municipal radio broadcasting in Greece. Dissertation
Abstracts International, 51-08A, p.2558.
Sims, J. (December, 1986). Deregulation of radio--strengthening first amendment
rights of broadcasters or weakening first amendment rights of
the listening public? Freedom of
Pluralism as Diaplokí: The Interplay
of Politicians and Media Owners in Greek Radio Broadcasting.
Sims, J. (2002, October
30). Cool, convenient and connected: Using streamed media in the
basic speech course.
Teaching with Technology Today,
Sims, J. (1999, Autumn). The wireless nation [Review of the video, The Wireless
Nation]. Journal of Radio Studies, 6 (2), 389-391.
Sims, J. (1999, Autumn). Radio history [Review of the video, Radio History].
Journal of Radio Studies, 6, (2) 385-389.
Sims, J. (1998, Winter). Radio industry. [Review of the video, Radio Industry].
Journal of Radio Studies, 5 (2), 131-134.
Sims, J. (1998, February). Talk, talk, talk: Opinion or fact? [Review of
the video, Talk, Talk, Talk: Opinion or Fact?]. Journal of Radio
Studies, 5 (1), pp. 158-160.
Sims, J. (1998, Summer). Radio industry. [Review of the video, Radio
Industry]. Feedback, 39 (3), 52.
Sims, J. (1997, Winter). Talk, talk, talk: Opinion or fact? [Review of the
video, Talk, Talk, Talk: Opinion or Fact?]. Journalism History,
Sims, J. The college radio handbook. [Review of Brant, B. G.(1981). The
college radio handbook]. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Tab. In (April,
1982). Communication Education, 31 (2), 175.
Sims, J. & Reist, N. (Eds.) . (1982). Poems from the pocket. Arcata, CA: Humboldt
State University Women's Center.