An Editorial Comment

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An Editorial Comment


Riffe, Daniel, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly


We rely on seventy-nine members of the Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly Editorial Advisory Board identified on the inside front page of each issue and on the service of other reviewers from throughout the world. Not counting the editor and four outstanding associate editors, a total of 210 nationally and internationally known scholars participated in the manuscript reviewing process in 2010. The listing that follows is offered to identify 150 of our colleagues not on the board who have provided reviews during the past year and to afford us a chance to express our gratitude. Thank you for your service.

Linda Aldoory

Soontae An

Osei Appiah

Cory Armstrong

Laura Arpan

Kevin Barnhurst

John Besley

Andrew Billings

Margarita Billon

Ronald Bishop

Kim Bissell

Ken Blake

David Bradford

Serena Carpenter

Francesca Carpentier

Karen Cartee

Ed Carter

Bill Cassidy

Joan Cates

Yvonnes Chen

Pauline Cheong

Stella Chia

Makana Chock

H. Iris Chyi

Dane Claussen

Johanna Cleary

Amy Jo Coffey

Renita Coleman

Tim Coombs

Julia Corbert

Stephanie Craft

Judith Cramer

Pam Creedon

Dave D'Alessio

Paul D'Angelo

Bryan Denham

John Dimmick

Frank Durham

Steven Edwards

Jill Edy

Lyombe Eko

Tori Ekstrand

Stuart Esrock

David Roskos-Ewoldsen

Anthony Faiola

Anthony Fargo

Anthony J. Ferri

Barbara G. Friedman

Yuki Fujioka

Brian Gabrial

Peter Gade

Rhonda Gibson

Homero Gil de Zúñiga

Jeremy Gilbert

Carroll Glynn

Guy Golan

Ronald Goldsmith

Bill Gonzenbach

J. Robyn Goodman

August Grant

Jennifer Greer

Josh Grimm

Peter Gross

Kai Hafez

Michel Haigh

Thomas Hanitzsch

Marie Hardin

Leslie Harris

Andrew Hayes

Joe Bob Hester

Douglas Hindman

Barry Hollander

Yi-Hui Huang

Jisu Huh

Krishna Jayakar

Leo Jeffres

Sri Kalyanaraman

Barbara Kaye

Susan Keith

Minjeong Kim

Sei-Hill Kim

Spiro Kiousis

Veronika Koller

Dan Kozlowski

Nojin Kwak

Ruthann Lariscy

Bob LaRose

Annisa Lee

Francis Lee

Maria Len-Rios

Elzbieta Lepkowska- White

Xigen Li

Joon Soo Lim

Yuping Liu

Ven-Hwei Lo

Robert Logan

Cathy Luther

Lesa Hatley Major

Maria Marron

Charles Marsh

Hugh Martin

Diana Knott Martinelli

Brian Massey

Teresa Mastín

Jörg Matthes

Andrew Mendelson

Phil Meyer

David Mindich

James Mueller

Orayb Najjar

Jeff Niederdeppe

David Niven

Hee Sun Park

Kartik Patshupati

David Perlmutter

Patrick Plaisance

Carol Polsgrove

Donnalyn Pompper

Cornelius Pratt

Susanna Priest

Bill Reader

Bryan Reber

Scott Reinardy

Jason Reineke

Chris Roberts

Ilia M.

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