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Welcome to the 19th annual American Copy Editors Society national conference in Pittsburgh March 26-28, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Davis.)

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Thursday, March 26 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Latest Research on Editing

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Journalism scholars present their current findings on what editing does and how editors (and other professionals) go about their jobs. Alyssa Appelman will discuss her doctoral dissertation titled “No Points for Style? Analysis of the Psychological Effects of Journalistic Writing Conventions.”

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Alyssa Appelman

Graduate student, Pennsylvania State University
Alyssa Appelman is a doctoral candidate (ABD) in Penn State’s College of Communications. Alyssa's research focuses on the psychological effects of news media. Specifically, she looks at the effects of journalistic practices on perceptions of media credibility. She also teaches undergraduate courses in reporting and editing.
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Steve Bien-Aimé

Doctoral student/instructor, Pennsylvania State University
Steve Bien-Aimé is a doctoral candidate in Penn State's College of Communications. His research includes race and gender portrayals in news and sports media. Bien-Aimé has copy edited at The News Journal (Delaware) and The Baltimore Sun and served in a variety of functions at FOXSports.com in Los Angeles, including deputy NFL editor.
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Fred Vultee

Associate professor, Wayne State University
Fred Vultee is an associate professor at Wayne State University in Detroit and a member of the ACES board. He teaches news editing, content analysis and political communication. His study on the effects of editing on audience perceptions of quality and value was recently published in Digital Journalism.


Thursday March 26, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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