Journal Articles

Dale, Kang Namkoong, Timothy K.F. Fung, & David D. Perlmutter. “Why Blog? (Then and Now): Exploring the Motivations for Blogging By Popular American Political Bloggers,” New Media & Society, 12(2) 2010: 217-234.

David D. Perlmutter. “Political Blogging and Campaign 2008: A Roundtable.” International Journal of Press/Politics, 13(2) 2008: 160-170.

David D. Perlmutter & Nicole Elise Smith. “(In)Visible Evidence: Pictorially-Enhanced Pseudoscientific Disbelief in the 1969 Apollo Moon Landing.” Visual Communication, 7(2) 2008: 229-251.

Svetlana V. Kulikova & David D. Perlmutter. “Blogging Down the Dictator? The Kyrgyz Revolution and Samizdat Websites.” International Communication Gazette, 69(1) 2007: 29-50.

David D. Perlmutter & Mary Schoen. “If I Break A Rule, What Do I Do, Fire Myself? Ethics Codes of Independent Blogs.” Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 22(1) 2007: 37-48.

Renita Coleman & David D. Perlmutter. “‘Bullets as Bacteria’: Television News Magazines’ Use of the Public Health Model for Reporting Violence.” Journalism, 6(1) 2005: 24-42.

Lesa Hatley Major & David D. Perlmutter. “The Fall of a Pseudo-Icon: The Toppling of Saddam Hussein’s Statue as Image Management.” Visual Communication Quarterly, 12(1 & 2) 2005: 38-45.

David D. Perlmutter & Guy Golan. “Counter-Imaging: Myth-Making and Americanization in Israeli Labor Party Campaign Ads, 2003.” Visual Communication, 4(3) 2005: 304-332.

David D. Perlmutter. “Photojournalism and Foreign Affairs.” Orbis, 49(1) 2005: 109-122.

David D. Perlmutter & Gretchen L. Wagner. “The Anatomy of a Photojournalistic Icon: Marginalization of Dissent in the Selection and Framing of ‘A Death in Genoa.’” Visual Communication, 3(1) 2004: 91-108.

David Domke, David D. Perlmutter, & Meg Spratt. “The Primes of Our Times?: An Examination of the ‘Power’ of Visual Images.” Journalism, 3(2) 2002: 131-159.

Charles M. Mayo & David D. Perlmutter. “Media Use and Disuse by State Legislators: The Social Construction of Innovation.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 12(1) January 1998: 71-88.

David D. Perlmutter. “Re-Visions of the Holocaust: Textbook Images and Historical Myth-Making.” Howard Journal of Communication, 8(2) 1997: 151-159.

Matthew M. Reavy & David D. Perlmutter. “Presidential Websites as Sources of Information.” Electronic Journal of Communication, 7(3) 1997.

David D. Perlmutter. “A Picture’s Worth 8,500,000 People: News Images as Symbols of China.” Visual Communication Quarterly, 4(2) Spring 1997: 1, 4-7.

David D. Perlmutter. “Manufacturing Visions of Society and History in Social Science Textbooks.” Journal of Communication, 47(3) 1997: 1-14.

David D. Perlmutter. “Opening up Photojournalism.” Visual Communication Quarterly, 2(2) Spring 1995: 9-11.

David D. Perlmutter. “Visual historical methods – Problems prospects applicationsHistorical Methods, 27(4) 1994: 167-184.

David D. Perlmutter. “Face-lifting the Death’s Head: The Calculated Pictorial Legacy of the Waffen-SS and Its Modern Audience.” Visual Anthropology, 4 (1991): 217-245.