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Byerly, Carolyn M (2004)
Women and the concentration of media ownership. In: R.R. Rush, C. Oukrup, and P. Creedon (eds.), Women in journalism and mass communication, 245-262. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2004)
Women and Media: International Perspectives. Blackwell Publication, 2004. Karen Ross and Carolyn M. Byerly,

Byerly, Carolyn M (2004)
Women and media: international perspectives. Blackwell Publications, 2004. Ross, Karen and *Byerly, Carolyn M. (eds.)

Byerly, Carolyn M (2006)
Women and Media: A Critical Introduction. Blackwell Publications, 2006. Carolyn M. Byerly and Karen Ross.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2006)
Questioning Media Access: Analysis of FCC Women & Minority Ownership Data. In:: Does Bigger Media Equal Better Media, (Report), Social Science Research Council and Benton Foundation, 2006.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2006)
Ownership Matters: Localism, the Ethnic Minority News Audience, and Community Participation. In: Does Bigger Media Equal Better Media, (Report), Social Science Research Council and Benton Foundation, 2006. *Byerly, Carolyn; Langmia, Kehbuma; and **Cupid, Jamila A.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2006)
Women’s media activism: Cross-cultural research and theory. Southern Africa Diversity Journal (Mar 2006): 40-44. *Byerly, Carolyn M. And Ross, Karen.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2006)
Feminist Research in an Era of Globalization. Redes.com: Revista de Estudios para el Desarrollo Social de la Communicacion (Special issue on gender and media) 3 (Fall 2006): 3952.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2007)
Situating the Other: Women, Racial and Sexual Minorities in the Media. In: Pamela J. Creedon and Judith Cramer (eds.), Women and Mass Communication, 221-232. 3rd ed..; Sage Publications, 2007.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2007)
The Dialectics of Women and Media. In: Marian Meyers (ed.), Mediated Women. 2nd ed.; Hampton Press, 2007

Byerly, Carolyn M (2009)
Inferential homophobia and the news discourse on Caster Semenya. Gender and Media Diversity Journal, No.7 (Dec 2009): 118-121.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2011)
Behind the scenes of women's broadcast ownership. Howard Journal of Communications, Vol.22, No.1 (2011): 24-42. Carolyn M. Byerly.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2012)
Representations of (new) Black masculinity: A news-making case study. Journalism, Vol.13 (2012): 467-482. Tia C. M. Tyree, Carolyn M Byerly, Kerry-Ann Hamilton.

Byerly, Carolyn M (2012)
Sexual messages in Black and White: A discourse analysis of Essence and Cosmo. Feminist Media Studies. Version of record first published: 31 Aug 2012. Rebecca Reviere, Carolyn M. Byerly.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (1995)
Role of residue 161 in the allosteric transitions of two bacterial phosphofructokinases. Biochemistry 34 (1995): 7062-7068. Auzat, I., Byrnes, W. M.,* Garel, J.-R. and S. H. Chang

Byrnes, W Malcolm (1995)
A chimeric bacterial phosphofructokinase exhibits cooperativity in the absence of heterotropic regulation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (1995): 3828-3835. Byrnes, W. M.,* Hu, W., Younathan, E. S. and S. H. Chang

Byrnes, W Malcolm (1995)
Role of glycine 212 in the allosteric behavior of phosphofructokinase from Bacillus stearothermophilus. Biochemistry 34 (1995): 2560-2565. Zhu, X., Byrnes, M.,* Nelson, J. W. and S. H. Chang

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2000)
Thermodynamics of reactions catalyzed by anthranilate synthase. Biophysical Chememistry: 84 (2000): 45-64. Byrnes, W. M.,* Goldberg, R. N., Holden, M. J., Mayhew, M. P. and Y. B. Tewari

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2001)
Human genetic technology, eugenics, and social justice. Natl Cathol Bioeth Q. 2001 Winter;1(4):555-81. Byrnes WM.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2002)
Review of: Can a Darwinian Be a Christian?: The Relationship between Science and Religion by Michael Ruse. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 2, No.3 (2002): 564-566.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2003)
The ecological imperative and Its application to ethical issues in human genetic technology. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics (2003): 63-65.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2003)
Review of Redesigning Humans: Our Inevitable Genetic Future by Gregory Stock. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 3, No.2 (2003): 427-429.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2003)
Epigenetics, evolution, and us. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 3, No.3 (2003): 489-500.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2003)
Holism, determinism, and the developing embryo. Natl Cathol Bioeth Q. Vol.3, No.4 (Win 2003): 664-667. Byrnes WM, Austriaco NP.

Byrnes, W Malcolm (2004)
Bioethics for the present and the future. Letter to the Editor, The Chronicle of Higher Education 50(41), June 18, 2004: B18.

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