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Dr. James Simon

Professor of English
jsimon@fairfield.edu
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 106
p: x2792
Faculty Website

 

  • Sachsman, D.B., Simon, J. & Valenti, J.M. (2010). Environment reporters in the 21st Century.  New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction

  • Xie, L. & Simon, J. (2012). Media advisory board — friend or foe? College Media Review, 49:2.  http://cmreview.org/research-spotlight-media-advisory-board-friend-or-foe

    Sachsman, D.B., Simon, J. & Valenti, J.M. (2008). Environment reporters and U.S. journalists: A comparative analysis. Applied Environmental Education and Communication: An International Journal, 7:1-2, 1-19

  • Sachsman, D.B., Simon, J. & Valenti, J.M. (2006). Regional issues, national norms: A four-region analysis of U.S. environment reporters.  Science Communication, 28:1, 93-121

  • Simon, J. & Sapp, D. (2006).  Learning inside and outside the classroom: The civic journalism approach and complex learning outcomes. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, Summer 2006, 130-148 

  • Sachsman, D.B., Simon, J. & Valenti, J.M. (2005). Wrestling with objectivity and fairness: U.S. environment reporters and the business community. Applied Environmental Education and Communication: An International Journal, 4:4, 363-373

  • Sapp, D., & Simon, J. (2005). Comparing grades in online and face-to-Face writing courses: Interpersonal accountability and institutional commitment. Computers and Composition, 22.4: 471-489

    Sachsman, D.B., Simon, J. & Valenti, J.M.  (2004). Risk and the environment reporters: A four-region analysis. Public Understanding of Science, 13:399-416

    Simon, J. & Hayes, S. (2004). Juvenile crime stories use police blotter without comment from suspects.  Newspaper Research Journal, 25:4, 89-94

    Simon, J. & Schlichting, K. (2003, November/December). The college connection: Using academic support to conduct public library surveys. Public Libraries, 42:6, 375-378

    Alozie, N., Simon, J. & Merrill, B. D.  (2003). Gender and political orientation in childhood. The Social Science Journal, 40, 1-18