Natalia Mielczarek & David D. Perlmutter. “Big Pictures and Visual Propaganda: The Lessons of Research on the ‘Effects’ of Photojournalistic Icons.” In Carol K. Winkler & Cori E. Dauber (eds.), Visual Propaganda and Extremism in the Online Environment, pp. 215-232. Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2014.

David D. Perlmutter. Picturing China in the American Press: The Visual Portrayal of Sino-American Relations in Time Magazine, 1949-1973. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. Visions of War: Picturing Warfare from the Stone Age to the Cyberage. New York: St. Martin’s, 1999.

David D. Perlmutter. Photojournalism and Foreign Policy: Framing Icons of Outrage in International Crises.Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1998.

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.

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.

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

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

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

David D. Perlmutter. “Visual Historical Methods: Problems, Prospects, Applications.” Historical Methods, 27(4) 1994: 167-184.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Vision of War in High School Social Science Textbooks.” Communication,13 (1992): 143-160.

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.

Guest editor of special issue on “Hurricane Katrina,” Visual Communication Quarterly, 14(2) 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. “Katrina: Too Close to Home.” Critical Studies in Media Communication, 23(1) 2006: 78-80.

David D. Perlmutter. “Remembering the ‘Big Picture’: A Photojournalistic Icon of the Iraq War in the ‘IDS’ Age.” In Ralph D. Berenger (ed.), Cybermedia Go to War: Role of Converging Media During and After the 2003 Iraq War, pp. 340-360. Spokane: Marquette Books, 2006.

 

David D. Perlmutter. “Hypericons: Famous News Images in the Internet-Digital-Satellite Age.” In Paul Messaris (ed.), Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, pp. 51-64. New York: Peter Lang, 2006.

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. “Photojournalism (Still Photography).” In Donald H. Johnston (ed.-in-chief), Encyclopedia of International Media and Communication, pp. 471-481. San Diego: Academic Press, 2003.

David D. Perlmutter. “Journalistic Norms and Forms of Crossnational Imagery: How American Newsmagazines Photographed Tiananmen.” In Kaarle Nordenstreng & Michael Griffin (eds.), International Media Monitoring, pp. 123-142. Boston: Hampton Press, 1999.

David D. Perlmutter & Lesa Hatley-Major. “Images of Horror from Fallujah.” Nieman Reports, 58(2) Summer 2004, pp. 68-70.

David D. Perlmutter. “Wisdom from Images of War.” Chronicle of Higher Education, April 25, 2003, pp. B11-12.

David D. Perlmutter, John Hamilton, & Emily Vines. “Graphics and Journalism: USA Today Snapshots.” Nieman Reports, Fall 2002, pp. 47-49.

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “Making Peace with Pictures: The Research Evidence.” International Conference on Peacebuilding through Education, The Fountain Magazine and Peace Islands Institute of New York, September 24, 2012.

David D. Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. “Images of War/War of Images: A Brief History of Visual Persuasion and War.”Visual Propaganda and Online Radicalization Conference. Georgia State University & U.S. Army War College, Atlanta, GA, March 14-16, 2012.

David D. Perlmutter & Natalia Mielczarek. “Big Pictures as Propaganda: Research Evidence of the Powers of News Icons.” Visual Propaganda and Online Radicalization Conference. Georgia State University & U.S. Army War College, Atlanta, GA, March 14-16, 2012.

Qingjiang Yao & David D. Perlmutter. “How Can We Tell If It Is Ethical?: An Examination of Public Acceptance as the Standard of Photo Alteration.” Presentation, Visual Communication Division, International Communication Association Conference, Boston, May 30, 2011.

David D. Perlmutter. Lecture on “Visual Ethics in a Digital & Internet Age: Photojournalism vs. Fauxtography,” School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, Beijing, China. November 25, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Discussant. Visual Communication Division, best papers. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Denver, Colorado, August 3-7, 2010.

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “The Great Fauxtography Crisis: How Bloggers are Changing and Challenging Photojournalism,” at the Netherlands Museum of Photography, Rotterdam, October 3, 2008. [U.S. Department of State speaking tour of the Netherlands and Germany.]

David D. Perlmutter. “The State of Visual Communications Research.” Presentation to a luncheon of the Visual Communication Division of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication and the staff of the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Ill., August 8, 2008.

David Perlmutter. Keynote speaker. Photo Ethics conference in sponsored by National Chengchi University and the TVBS Hong Kong and Taiwan television network. October 12-14, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. “Seeing Is Not Believing. Can Anyone Ever Trust Images Again?” Paper accepted for the Visual Communications division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, D.C., August 8-13, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. Presentation on “Anti-anti-war Warriors on the World Wide Web” at panel on “Creating Alternative Channels of Discourse on Iraq,” Visual Communications division, International Communication Association Conference, San Francisco, May 24-28, 2007.

David D. Perlmutter. Panel member on discussion of “It’ll Never Happen Again: Journalism, Boosterism and the Reframing of Disaster,” for Visual Communication division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, August 2-5, 2006.

David D. Perlmutter & Guy Golan. “Visions against Type: Myth-Making and Americanization in Israeli Labor Party Campaign Ads, 2003.” Paper presented to the Visual Communication Division of the International Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA, May 23-26, 2004.

David D. Perlmutter. “Visible Evidence or Gnostic Seeing: Images of the Apollo Landing as Critiqued by ‘Moon Hoax’ Conspiracy Theorists.” Paper presented to the Visual Communication division of the International Communication Association convention, San Diego, CA, May 23-26, 2003.

David Domke, David D. Perlmutter, & Meg Spratt. “The Primes of Our Times? An Examination of the ‘Power’ of Visual Images.” Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Washington, D.C., August 5-8, 2001.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Online Future of Photojournalism.” Paper presented to the annual conference of International Visual Literacy Association, Ames, IA, October 11-14, 2000.

David D. Perlmutter. “The First Person Effect in Mass Communication: Reaction to ‘The Man Against the Tanks’ of Tiananmen.” Paper presented to the Visual Communication division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Baltimore, MD, August 5-8, 1998. [Voted Top Research Paper of the Division.]

Joan L. Conners & David D. Perlmutter. “‘Oh Say Can You See?’: Visual Symbols as Political Information Primes.” Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Anaheim, CA, August 10-13, 1996.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Visual Content Analysis of Still News Pictures: Interpreting Meaning from Words and Images.” Paper presented to the Mass Communication division, International Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL, May 23-27, 1996.

David D. Perlmutter. “Visual Ethnography and Mass Communication Research.” Paper presented at the Visual Communication Association Conference, Flagstaff, AZ, June 22-25, 1995.

David D. Perlmutter. “Journalistic Norms and Forms of Cross-national Imagery.” Paper for the Twelfth Annual International Communication Conference, Miami, FL, February 2-5, 1995.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Use of Visual Images to Study History: Toward an Interdisciplinary Dialogue.” Paper presented to the Visual Communication division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Atlanta, GA, August 10-13, 1994.

David D. Perlmutter. “Making Visual History.” Paper presented to the Mass Communication division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Atlanta, GA, August 10-13, 1994.

David D. Perlmutter. “Visual Images and Foreign Policy: China and the United States.” Paper presented to the Mass Communication division, International Communication Association Convention, Washington, D.C., May 27-31, 1993.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Social Production of Visual History: A Political Communication Approach.” Paper presented to the annual convention of the Conference on Social Theory, Politics and the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, October 8-10, 1992.

David D. Perlmutter. “Visual Persuasion across Borders: China, America, and Tiananmen.” Paper presented to the annual conference of the Visual Communication Association, Flagstaff, AZ, June 25-28, 1992.

David D. Perlmutter. “War Propaganda in Word and Image.” Paper presented to the annual conference of Society for the Study of Social Imagery, Aspen, CO, May 25-28, 1992.

David D. Perlmutter. “The Social Production of Images.” Paper accepted for the annual convention of the Speech Communication Association, Atlanta, GA, October 31-November 3, 1991.

David D. Perlmutter. “War in Images: Political Communication in Times of National Crisis.” Paper presented to the annual conference of International Visual Literacy Association, Washington, D.C., October 9-13, 1991.

David D. Perlmutter. “Images as Educators: Secondary School and Beyond.” Paper presented to the annual conference of the Visual Communication Association, Breckenridge, CO, June 27-30, 1991.

David D. Perlmutter. “When Historical Photographs Contradict History.” Paper presented to the annual conference of International Visual Literacy Association, Washington, D.C., October 9-13, 1990.

David D. Perlmutter. “KOREA, 1950: Pictures of an Unofficial War.” A presentation for “The Korean Conundrum: The Korean Peninsula in 2005.” Co-hosted by Louisiana State University & Korea Economic Institute, April 19, 2005.

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