Dude, where’s my bibliography?

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  1. Greven D [2002]. Dude, where’s my gender?: Contemporary teen comedies and new forms of masculinity. Cineaste 27[3]: 14.
  2. Welsh JM [2002]. Classic demolition: Why Shakespeare is not exactly “our contemporary”, or, “Dude, where’s my hankie?” Literature / Film Quarterly 30: 223.
  3. Halberstam J [2003]. Dude, where’s my gender? or, Is there life on Uranus? GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 10[2]: 308.
  4. Ablin RL, P Kinshella [2004]. Dude, where’s my pipe? Accelerated corrosion rate threatens Phoenix sewers. American Society of Civil Engineers Conference Proceedings 146: 81.
  5. Barreto MA, L DeSipio [2004]. Dude, where’s my district? The electoral consequences of the gain and loss of Latino representation in Los Angeles. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2004.
  6. Daasch R, M Rehani [2004]. Dude! Where’s my data? Cracking open the hermetically sealed tester. In proceedings of International Test Conference, 2004.
  7. Brennan L [2005]. Dude! Where’s my paradigm? Creating conversations when you don’t see eye to eye. Paper presented at the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) Research on Research and Early Career Researcher Development Conferences, 2005.
  8. Cutler S, P McCourt [2005]. Dude, where’s my phenotype? Dealing with redundancy in signaling networks. Plant Physiology 138: 558.
  9. Isla D [2005]. Dude, where’s my warthog? From pathfinding to general spatial competence. In proceedings of AIIDE Conference, 2005.
  10. Friedman M, L Garnett, M Pinnock [2005]. Dude, where’s my outcomes? Partnership working and outcome-based accountability in the UK. In Safeguarding and Promoting the Well-Being of Children, Families and Communities. Scott, J., Ward, H. [eds]. Jessica Kingsley [London]: 245.
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  12. Abhyankar SM [2007]. Dude, where’s my wine? The potential effect of Granholm v. Heald on Georgia direct wine shipment regulations. Georgia State University Law Review23[3]: 631.
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  14. Considine M [2007]. Dude, where’s my training? The education of media teachers. Screen Education 39: 110.
  15. Eathington L, D Swenson [2007]. Dude, where’s my corn? Constraints on the location of ethanol production in the corn belt. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Regional Science Association, 2007.
  16. Hayes D, S McKee [2007]. Dude, where’s my incumbent? Voter rolloff and the information costs of redistricting. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the State Politics and Policy Conference, 2007.
  17. Buhaug H [2010]. Dude, where’s my conflict? LSG, relative strength, and the location of civil war. Conflict Management and Peace Science 27[2]: 107.
  18. Cheung F [2010]. Tooth development: Dude, where’s my CaR? Nature China doi:10.1038/nchina.2010.47
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Intriguing results. I did think Slate would win. Maybe someone can use Lexis-Nexis and do a real study.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: 1

Slate: 2

The Globe and Mail: 4 [what about 2000-2008?]

Salon: 5

The Guardian: 6

Washington Post: 6

New York Times: 15

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