David D. Perlmutter. Policing the Media: Street Cops and Public Perceptions of Law Enforcement. Beverly Hills: Sage, 2000.

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.

David D. Perlmutter & Alan D. Fletcher. “Feedback That Fits: How Experienced and Naïve Students View Internships.” Journal of Advertising Education, Fall 1999: 9-18.

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 & Mohamed El-Bendary. “International Communication and Global Changes.” In Frank Sligo & Ralph Bathurst (eds.), Communication in the New Zealand Workplace, pp. 117-129. Wellington, NZ: ST Press, 2005.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Art of War in the Twentieth Century.” In Antonio Monegal & Francesco Torres (eds.), At War, pp. 136-146. Barcelona: Barcelona Center of Contemporary Culture, 2004.

David D. Perlmutter, Ming-Heng Wang, & Steven D. Schrock, “Top Transportation & Energy Issues Facing the Nation.” Organized and hosted by the University of Kansas Transportation Research Institute (KU TRI). Presented by the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics & the University of Kansas School of Engineering. Funded by U.S. Department of Transportation Research and Innovation Technology Administration & Federal Highway Administration. Grant #DT0S59-06-G-0047, 2009.

David D. Perlmutter. Plenary Centennial Panel: “Reflections on the Next 100 years of Communications Research.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Chicago, August 8-13, 2012.

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation: “Creating an Educated Citizenry.” University of Iowa Foundation Staff, May 16, 2011.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Medical Blogging,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 26, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Social Media Challenge in Serving Dual Career Couples,” 8th annual International Dual Career Programs Conference, June 3-4, 2010.  SM

David D. Perlmutter. “Are Blogs Changing Health Care?: Young International Doctors React to Social Media,” International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS) Conference for Academic Disciplines, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, May 24, 2010. SM

David D. Perlmutter. Host and organizer of the Citizen Journalism Workshop. Presentation: “Getting Mainstream Media Attention: How to Reach Out to Journalists.” Blogworld & New Media Expo, Las Vegas, NV, September 19, 2008.

David D. Perlmutter. “Eroding Press Freedoms.” Paper accepted for the Mass Communication & Society and Law & Policy divisions, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, D.C., August 8-13, 2007.

Andrea Miller & David D. Perlmutter. “…A Suit that Touches Caesar Nearer”: Television Breaking News and the Relevance Effect.” Paper presented to the Radio-Film-Television division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Miami, FL, August 6-10, 2004. [Winner of 2nd place prize—Faculty]

David D. Perlmutter. “The ‘Kings of Orion’ vs. the ‘Debutantes’: The Myth and Reality of Military Necessity.” Panel presentation to the Visual Communication division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Miami, FL, August 6-10, 2002.

Alan Fletcher & David D. Perlmutter. “‘Feedback That Fits’: How Experienced and Naive Mass Communication Students View Internships.” Paper presented to the Internship and Placement Interest Group, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Anaheim, CA, August 10-13, 1996.

David D. Perlmutter. “Medieval Visual Rhetoric.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Classical Tradition, Boston, MA, March 8-12, 1995.

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