Dr. Lipschultz is Isaacson Professor, UNO Social Media Lab and School of Communication, University of Nebraska at Omaha. Contact him at (402) 554-2600 or @JeremyHL on Twitter.
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Lipschultz, J. H. (2008). Broadcast and Internet Indecency: Defining Free Speech. LEA Communication Series. London: Routledge.
Hilt, M.L., & Lipschultz, J. H. (2005, 2012). Mass Media, an Aging Population and the Baby Boomers. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, Communication Series.
Select Book Chapters Lipschultz, J. H. (2016). New Communication Technologies, in W. Hopkins (Ed.), Communication and the Law, fourteenth edition. Northport, AL: Vision Press.
Lipschultz, J. H. (2012).Deliberative Polling:Theoretical
and Methodological Issues of Civic Engagement, in H. Schacter and K. Yang (eds.),
The State of Civic Participation in America, Charlotte, NC: Information
Age Publishing, pp. 309-323.
Lipschultz, J.H. (2007). Fair Use: New Technologies, Social Change and the Law. In C. Lin and D. Atkin, Communication, Technology and Social Change: Theory, Effects and Applications. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, Communication Series.
Lipschultz, J. H., & Hilt, M. L. (2007). College Sports Talk in Omaha, Nebraska, in J. M. Dempsey (Ed.), Sports Talk Radio. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.
Select Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles Lipschultz, J. H., and Hilt, M. L. (2013, June). AARP and the Politics of the Obama Election: “Tough Times, Tough Choices.” Studies in Media and Communication, 1(1), 57-63.
Lipschultz, J. H. (2012, Winter). Essay: Media Storytelling, Curriculum, and the Next 100 years, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 67(4), 408-412.
Lipschultz, J. H., and Hilt, M. L. (2011). Local Television Coverage of a Mall Shooting: Separating Facts from Fiction in Breaking News. Electronic News 5(4), 197-214.
Lipschultz, J. H. “Pornography, Media Law on,” pp. 3811-16. The International Encyclopedia of Communication (Wolfgang Donsbach, ed.), Volume Number VIII. Wiley- Blackwell (Oxford, UK and Malden, MA), second edition, 2011.
Foral, P.A., Turner, P.D., Monaghan, M.S., Walters, R.W., Merkel, J.J., Lipschultz, J.H., and Lenz, T.L. (2010). Faculty and Student Expectations and Perceptions of E-mail Communication in a Campus and Distance Doctor of Pharmacy Program. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 74(10), Article 191, 1-11.
Lipschultz, J. H., Hilt, M. L., Ogden, D. C., & Reilly H. J. (2009). Nebraska Immigration: Deliberative Polling and Civic Engagement on Broadcast and New Media Coverage. Feedback 50(6), 46-54.
Lipschultz, J. H. (2009). Censorship/Prior Restraint. Encyclopedia of Journalism.
Lipschultz, J. H., & Hilt, M. L. (2009, May). Editors’ Note: Media and Information Literacy in Theory and Practice, Studies In Media & Information Literacy Education 8(2), 29-30.
Lipschultz, J. H., & Hilt, M. L. (2009, February). Editors’ Note: The Expansion of the Media Literacy Research Agenda, Studies In Media & Information Literacy Education 8(1), 1-2.
Lipschultz, J. H. “Pornography, Media Law on,” pp. 3811-16. The InternationalEncyclopedia of Communication (Wolfgang Donsbach, ed.), Volume Number VIII. Wiley- Blackwell (Oxford, UK and Malden, MA), 2008.
Lipschultz, J. H., Hilt, M.L., & Reilly, H. J. (2007). Organizing the Baby Boomer Construct: An Exploration of Marketing, Social Systems, and Culture. Educational Gerontology 33(9), 759-773.
Lipschultz, J. H. (2007). Framing Terror: Violence, Social Conflict, and the “War on Terror.” Electronic News 1(1), 21-35.
Lipschultz, J. H., & Hilt, M. L. (2007, February). Editors’ Note: The Need for Media and Information Literacy in Graduate Education, Studies In Media & Information Literacy Education 7(1), 1-3.
Hilt, M. L., & Lipschultz, J. H. (2006). AARP Online Portrayal of Social Security: Engaging Aging Baby Boomers through Interaction, Educational Gerontology 32(6), 393-407.
National Public Radio, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the St. Petersburg Times, the Omaha World-Herald, KFAB-AM, WOWT-TV, KETV-TV, KPTM-TV, and others.