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Jennifer McClearen (Joseph) Converging Media and Divergent Bodies: Articulations of Powerful Women in the Ultimate Fighting Championship
Carolyn Nielsen (Domke) Moment or Movement? U.S. News Coverage of Racial Issues in a Digital Era
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Au, Vanessa Wing-Po. Contemporary popular culture and the politics of Asian American representation, resistance, and cultural production.
Clark Mane, Rebecca Lynne. Using female empowerment as a cover story for whiteness and racial hierarchy in pop culture: Interrogating the intersections of racial appropriation and feminist discourse in the performances of Fergie, Gwen Stefani, and Lady Gaga.
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Freelon, Deen. Democracies of design: How discourse architecture shapes online political talk.
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Al-Sumait, Fahed Yahya. Contested discourses on Arab democratization in the United States and Kuwait.
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Celeste, Manoucheka. Media construction and representations of legitimate/illegitimate citizens.
Harris, John M. America’s vision of war: A history of combat photography in the United States as seen through three images.
Hungerford, Mark Vernon. Effects of metaphors on perceptions of immigrants.
Murty, Madhavi M. Tales of a nation unbound: Mass media and the remaking of gender, caste and religion in post-reform India.
Scherman, Elizabeth Leigh. Delightful disruptions: Rhetorical and semiotic constructions of disability in children’s cinema.
Sheets, Penelope Helen. Multicultural patriotism and minority candidates: Campaign messaging, news coverage, and persuasion in American politics.
Veden, Mary L. A brooding omnipresence: Antirrhetic argument and “judicial activism” in twentieth century legal discourse.
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Bagwell, Dana. A First Amendment Case for Internet Broadband Network Neutrality.
Gustafson, Kristin. Grassroots, Activist Newspapers From Civil Rights to the Twenty-first Century: Balancing Loyalties and Managing Change.
Heuertz, Linda. A Study of Library Censorship: Exaggerations and Realities.
Hooper, Patricia J. Vulnerable Populations and Crisis Communication: A Model for Accessible Disaster Preparedness Campaigns.
Kim, Yeo Jung. Exploring the Journalistic Practice of Reporting International News: The Phenomenon of International Media Echo.
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Tomhave, Jonathan S. Cameras and Indians: Acts of Performative Resistance by First Nations Actors in Mainstream and Alternative Films.
Bassett, Deborah R. Talk about nano: Ways of speaking about science, society, and ethics among scientists and engineers.
Crosby, Richard B. Cathedral of Kairos: The rhetoric of time, space, and politics in the “National House of Prayer.”
Hall, Katherine Jean. Citizen involvement in rulemaking and initiatives: experiences from Washington State.
Harvey, Jessica A. Rapping about rap: The occurrence, efficacy, and predictors of parental mediation of mainstream hip-hop music videos.
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Young, Jun T. The newcomer’s path to trust: Trust-building strategies, experienced trust, and employee engagement among newly-hired employees.
Aiello, Giorgia. Visions of Europe: The semiotic production of transnational identity in contemporary European visual discourse.
Coopman, Ted. Dissentworks: Emergent collective action at the turn of the millennium.
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Docan, Tony. Relational turning point events and their outcomes in college teacher-student relationships from students’ perspectives.
Docan-Morgan, Sara. Boundaries and bridges: Exploring Korean adoptees’ reports of adoptive family communication during and after intrusive interactions and racial communication.
Dunsmore, Kate. Mediating alliance: The role of the press in sustaining reciprocity in the U.S.-Canada relationship.
Gendelman, Irina. Communication outlaws: Graffiti control in public space.
Lockett John, Sue. Commercial speech and the First Amendment: A historical inquiry.
Pasch, Timothy. Inukitut online in Nunavik: Mixed methods web-based strategies for preserving aboriginal and minority languages.
Baab, Lynne. The future church: Identity and persuasion on congregational websites.
Debray, Natalie. I remember France: Media, memory and nation-building in post-quiet revolution Quebec.
Dougherty, Meghan. Archiving the Web: Collection, documentation, display, and shifting knowledge production paradigms.
Dutton, Tresha Ann Marie. Relating to others: Relational dialectics in neighbor relationships.
Fox, Steven Craig. Exploring online and offline interactions within the workplace collective.
Leighter, Jay. Codes of commonality and cooperation: Notions of citizen personae and citizen speech codes.
Manosevitch, Edith. Citizens’ arguments repertoire and media discourse.
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McCoy, Kelley. Race: Journalists and news coverage of a fatal police shooting in Seattle.
Milstein, Tema. Communication as environmental resource: An ethnographic exploration of endangered whale watching and human-nature relations.
Van Leuven, Nancy. Hard news, soft news, and tough issues: The symbiotic relationship of media and NGOs in communication about development.
Black, Laura W. Deliberation, Difference, and the Story: How Storytelling Manages Identity and Conflict in Deliberative Groups.
Clark, Fiona J. Effects of Watching Wildlife Television on Wildlife Conservation Behavior.
Garrido, Maria I. The Importance of Social Movements’ Networks in Development Communication: Lessons from the Zapatista Movement in the Quest for Building Alternatives to Neoliberal Globalization in Latin America.
Hess, Verena K. Political Apathy Among Young Adults: The Influence of Late-night Comedy in the 2000 Election.
Karasz, Hilary N. Anti-corporate Collectivists, Capable Individualists, and Relativists: A Q-methodological Exploration of Audiences for Health Communication about Contaminated Soils.
Lin, Ying-Chia Hazel. Culture, Technology, Market and Transnational Circulation of Cultural Products: The Glocalization of EA Digital Games in Taiwan.
Peterson, April L. Picking Up after the American Family: Domestic Work in the World of Television.
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Endres, Danielle E. The Guise of Deliberation: A Rhetorical Criticism of Arguments in the Yucca Mountain Siting Controversy.
Ho, Li-Ting. ‘Which Channel Works for You?’ An Investigation of Strategic Channel Choice in Interpersonal Conflict.
Jackson, Richard Paul. Searching for a Voice of Authority in Newspaper Writing.
Meade, Melissa D. Skirting the Airwaves: The ‘All-Girl’ Radio of WHER-AM.
Witteborn, Saskia. Collective Identities of People of Arab Descent: An Analysis of the Situated Expression of Ethnic, Panethnic, National and Religious Identifications.
Xenos, Michael. Democracy’s guardians: Political moderates, communication environments, and voter deliberation.
Doohan, Eve-Anne M. Verbal and Nonverbal Presentation of Self, Other, and Relationship to Relational Partners and Relational Outsiders.
King, Cynthia Lynn. Examining Proper Communicative Conduct in the Discursive Construction of Racialized Others: An Analysis of Perspectives in the Case of Saul Bellow and Brent Staples.
Lagos, Anastasios G. From One Village to the Global Village: Institutional Importance in the Diffusion of New Communication Technology in Rural Greece from 1938 to 2003 — An Ethnographic Case Study.
Scott, Shannon. The Once and Future Bobby Sands: A Critique of the Material Rhetorical Appeal of the 1981 Hunger Strike in Long Kesh Prison.
White, Catherine Jane. The Significance of the Available Media and Modes of Communication at a Television Station.
Dawson, Karan Noyes. Self-construction of Pharmacists through their Use of Labels for Care Recipients.
Henderson, Jennifer Jacobs. Hayden Covington, the Jehovah’s Witnesses and their Plan to Expand First Amendment Freedoms.
Huhman, Marian E. How Teens Who Are at Risk for Suicide and Who Have Conflict with Parents Characterize their Parents’ Communicative Behavior.
Kaschuba, Christian. The Digital Challenge to the Public Interest: A Policy Analysis of the Regulation of Virtual Advertising in the European Union.
Kelshaw, Todd S. Public Meetings and Public Officials: Officeholders’ Accounts of Participatory and Deliberative Democratic Encounters with Citizens.
Koenig, Jody L. Family ties: Identity, Process, and Relational Qualities in Joint Family Storytelling.
Lervold, John D. Ways of Speaking in the Home School Community: A Speech Code of Support.
Li-Vollmer, Meredith A. The Pokemon Phenomenon: A Case Study of Media Influence and Audience Agency in Children’s Consumer Culture.
Sager, Kevin L. A New Causal Model of Public Speaking Anxiety.
Spratt, Margaret A. When Police Dogs Attacked: Iconic News Photographs and the Construction of History, Mythology and Political Discourse.
Tanaka, Keiko. Small Talk with Friends and Family: Does Text Messaging on the Mobile Phone Help Users Enhance Relationships?
Tomlinson, Stephanie D. The Roles of Communication and Self-Presentation in the Socialization of College Students.
Woodford, Bettina J. With Forked Tongues: Linguistic Ideologies and Language Choices among Castilian Speakers in Barcelona.
Bicket, Douglas. Media Constructions of Scottish National Identity through the Prism of the New Scottish Parliament.
Boggs, James Green. Social Application of the Arts: Making a Difference through Art.
Bullock, Cathy Ferrand. How the Public Thinks about ‘Freedom’ and ‘Press Freedom’: A Cognigraphic Analysis.
Delwiche, Aaron A. Frog under the Well: The Relationship of Global Media Use and Cosmopolitan Orientation among Hong Kong Youth.
Graham, Amanda Carol. A Practical Hermeneutic for Civic Environmental Discourse: Re-reading Polarization as Tension in Columbia River Salmon Deliberation.
Halavais, Alexander. M.C. The Slashdot Effect: Analysis of a Large-scale Public Conversation on the World Wide Web.
Maxson, Janice. J. Public Journalism and the Needs of Youth: A Case Study.
Radin, Patricia M. ‘Hello, My Friends’: Social Capital and Transformations of Trust in a Grassroots Breast Cancer Website.
Wall, Melissa Anne. The Battle in Seattle: How NGOs Used the Internet to Challenge the WTO.
Winterstein, David P. Language and Media in the Promotion of the Breton Cultural Identity in the European Union.
Baker, Sean David. Gender, Crime and Culture: Media Coverage of the Mary Kay LeTourneau Child Rape Case.
Carrillo Rowe, Aimee M. Troubling Alliances under the Sign of Feminism: Whiteness, Institutionality and Relationality in the Postcolonial Academy.
Moran, Kristin Clare. Mexican Telenovelas and Latina Teenagers’ Understanding of Romantic Relationships: A Reception Analysis.
Peeples, Jennifer Ann. Place and Identity as Rhetorical Tactics in Locally Unwanted Land Use Disputes.
Razee, Alan Dean. Landscapes of Argument: Experiencing Rhetoric in the Environmental Advocacy of the Colorado Plateau.
Schmid, Jill D. White Backlash Revisited: Consumer Response to Model’s Race in Print Advertisements.
Stewart, James William. The Communication Role of Influentials in Promoting Condom Use in Rural Tswana Settings.
St. John, Jeffrey Edward. Matters of Public Concern: Reconceptualizing the Supreme Court’s Threshold Test for Federal Employee Free Speech.
Valenzuela, Matias Javier. Policy-making as an Articulation and Communication Process: Nicaragua’s Telecommunications Reforms.
Castor, Theresa Rose. Account Vocabularies and Social Accountability: Constructing Social Talk.
Covarrubias, Patricia Olivia. Pronominally Speaking: Mexican Enactments of Tu and Usted as Interpersonal Components of Organizational Networks of Cooperation.
Janack, James Alfred. The Troika of the Russian Soul: Rhetoric and National Identity in the Post-Soviet Era.
Lybarger, Scott. Metaphors and Media Law: Conceptualizations of Computer-Mediated Communication in ACLU v. Reno, Shea v. Reno, and Reno v. ACLU.
Trees, April Richelle. Nonverbal Communication and the Support Process: Sensitivity and Support Seeking in Interactions between Mothers and Young Adult Children.
Dallimore, Elise J. The Role of Memorable Messages in the Socialization Experiences of New University Faculty: The Impact of Gender and Disciplinary Affiliation on the Process of Organizational and Occupational Assimilation.
Dolan, Daniel Patrick. The Communal Function of Reciprocal Personal Experience Storytelling.
Dube, Richard Paul. Focus of Attention: A Behavioral Perspective on Media Credibility.
Gillette, Shana Cecile. Quality Resource Networks for Young Women in Science: The Role of Internet-faciliated Ties.
Gray, Roberta Louise. Constructions of Frailty in a Senior Housing Facility.
Kane, Melissa M. Communicating Tea: An Ethnography of Social Interaction and Relationship Construction in the Japanese Tea Ritual.
Kuper, Glenn G. Jr. The Use of Value Appeals in Justificatory Rhetoric before Congress: Watergate and Iran-Contra.
Macoubrie, Jane. Decision Logics in Juries.
Marrs, John M. The Phantoms of the Arena: A History of Collegiate Athletic Publicity, 1911-1961.
Miyahira, Katsuyuki. Intercultural Coordination of Discursive Self: Directive-response Organizations in Team-taught English Classes.
Pommert, Julene Adele. American Women and English-Speaking Egyptian Women Communicating about Conflict in Ma’adi, Cairo, Egypt.
Souza, Tasha Jean. The Social Construction of Communication Climate: An Analysis of At-Risk Students in Alternative High School.
Taylor, Paul William. Responding to the Shock of the New: Trade, Technology and the Changing Production Axis in Film, Television and the New Media.
Aoki, Eric. Ethnic Label Use in Biola, California: An Ethnography of Language and Ethnicity in an American Speech Community.
Balter, Susan J. Interpreting the Collective: How the Supreme Court Justifies the Rule of Law.
Bruner, Michael Lane. Strategies of Remembrance: The Public Negotiation of National Identity in Germany and Canada.
Cross, Sandra Akie. Understanding Verbal Accounts of Racism.
Gillette, Shana. Quality Resource Networks for Young Women in Science: The Role of Internet-facilitated Ties.
Jabs, Lorelle Beth. Explaining the Challenger Launch: Communicative Rules, Channels, and Metapragmatic Terms.
Kawamoto, Kevin Yukio. Exploring Communicative Space: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Conceptual Dimensions of the Emerging New Media Environment.
Kerssen-Griep, Jeffrey David. Teacher Communication and Student Motivation to Learn: Competence as Classroom Facework.
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Menousek, Dorothy Ruth. A Communication Methodology Focused on Ecological Unitizing Designed to Enable Upper Elementary School Students to Generate their Own Appropriate Learning Goals.
Mulcahy, Richard Sean. Cold War and Post-Cold War Concepts of Internationalization in the Japanese National press: A Content Analysis Study of the Discourse Presented in the Asahi Shimbun in 1985 and 1995.
Reder, Sheri D. The Interpersonal Communication Effects of Humorous and Fear-arousing Public Service Announcements Recommending Condom Use.
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Cermak, Irene Vera. Seeing Red: Images of Soviet and Russian Hockey in U.S. and Canadian Olympic Broadcasts.
Cooke, Peggy Ann. Academic Communicative Experiences and Perceptions of University Non-traditional Students.
Coutu, Lisa Marie. Worshiping Issues of ‘Debate’ and Debating Issues of ‘Theology’: Communication Codes in the Discourse of and about Robert S. McNamara’s ‘In Retrospect’.
Haigler, Susan Lynne. The Persuasive Implications of Therapeutic Touch in Doctor-Patient Relationships.
Hunt, Sandra Louise. Socialization – as – Communication: An Empirical Investigation of the Organizational Socialization Process.
Johnson, Michelle Lee. Using Crime Victims’ Names in the News: Journalists’ Legal Rights and Ethical Justifications.
Li, Fengru. The Cultural Meanings and Social Functions of ‘Face’ in Sino-U.S. Business Negotiations.
Mavromichali, Iphigenia. Cultural Imperialism and United States Television Programming in Greece.
Zediker, Karen Elaine. Weaving a Learning Dialogue: The Theory and Practice of Martin Buber’s Dialogic Communication in Two Classrooms.
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Bullert, Bette Jean. The Anatomy of Controversy: PBS, Independent Producers and the Promise of Public Television.
Dawson, Pamela Jane. The Communication of Social Support: Dimensions of Supportiveness and Nonsupportiveness.
Fleer, David. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Reformation of Sources: A Close Rhetorical Reading of his Compositional Strategies and Arrangement.
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Kilroy, Bridget Anne. Care and Autonomy as Cultural Resources: An Ethnographic Account of Talk in a Women’s Group.
McKay, Floyd J. With Liberty for Some: Oregon Editors and the Challenge of Civil Liberties, 1942-55.
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Philpott, Jeffrey Stuart. From ‘Major Malfunction’ to ‘Pulling Us into the Future’: Rhetorical Transformation and the Reconstruction of Public Coherence in Immediate Public Responses to the Explosion of Space Shuttle Challenger.
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Artwick, Claudette Guzan. Local Television Crime News Visuals and Concern about Crime: Exploring the Cultivation Process through Recall and Meaning of Visual Images.
Bland, Dave Lawrence. A Rhetorical Perspective on the Sentence Sayings of the Book of Proverbs.
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Fong, Mary. Chinese Immigrants’ Interpretations of their Intercultural Compliment Interactions with European-Americans.
Gallagher, James Dennis. The Chameleon and the Gargoyle: A Rhetorical Analysis of David Hartley’s ‘Observations on Man’.
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Johnson, LuAn. Educating about Risk: Designing More Effective Disaster Preparedness Messages.
Jorgensen-Earp, Cheryl Ruth. ‘The Transfiguring Sword’: Reformist Terrorism and the Just War of the Women’s Social and Political Union.
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McDaniel, Judith Ann. The Rhythm of Rhetoric: Cache of the Middle Ages.
Nelson, Gary Kent. Lateral Supervision: Achieving Coordinated Collective Action in Organizations.
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Rifas, Leonard N. The Dataforest: Tree Forms as Information Display Graphics.
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Van Horn, Catherine L. Hot Type and the ‘Cannibal Islands’: An Historical Look at International News Flow Between Nineteenth-Century Fiji and the West.
Borden, Diane L. Beyond Courtroom Victories: An Empirical and Historical Analysis of Women and the Law of Defamation.
Dollar, Natalie J. Communicating as an Aiko Aiko: An Ethnographic Analysis of a Code of Membership.
Hong, Nathaniel J. The Illegal Press in German Occupied Denmark, April 1940-August 1943.
MacLennan, Jennifer M. The Gift of Voice: The Role of Self-projection in the Rhetorical Appeal of Margaret Atwood’s Nonfiction.
Mulcrone, Michael P. The World War I Censorship of the Irish-American Press.
Pyle, Ronald K. Charles Grandison Finney and the Transcendence of Protestant Revival Rhetoric in Nineteenth Century America.
Ruud, Gary L. The Symbolic Tensions of Organizational Discourse: A Cultural Analysis of the San Jose Symphony.
Simpson, Steven W. Cultural Crossroad: A Comparative Analysis of the Constitutional Protection for Freedom of Expression in Canada and the United States following Passage of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982.
Tallmon, James M. Casuistry and the Quest for Rhetorical Reason: Conceptualizing a Method of Shared Moral Inquiry.
Warlaumont, Hazel G. Blurring the Lines of Distinction: Photo-documentary Advertising and Editorial Integrity.
West, June. The Communicative Dimensions of Team Building and Socialization in a Non-traditional Instructional Setting.
Charisse, Marc S. ‘A Solid Dose of Accurate Information’: America’s Unfilled Drug Advertising Prescription.
Cook, John Ralph. The Development of Broadcasting Policy in Australia with Particular Reference to the Period of the Hawke Labor Government 1983-1991.
Hoffmann, Janet M. The Role of Teacher-Student Interaction in the Relationship between Teacher Expectations for Students with Communication Apprehension and Subsequent Achievement in Two Elementary School Classrooms.
Inch, Edward S. Clearer than the Truth: NSC-68 and the Metaphoric Construction of World Visions.
Johnson, Gerianne Merrigan. Communication and Empowering Social Networks.
Oseroff-Varnell, Dee. Instructional Communication of Adolescents: An Examination of Socialization and Identity Construction for Dance Students in a Residential Arts School.
Vergobbi, David J. Hybrid Journalism: Bridging the Frontier/Commercial Cusp on the Coeur D’Alene Mining Frontier.
White, Kenneth W. An Application of Gadamer’s Hermeneutics through an Empirical Description of Communication in a Collaborative Learning Community.
Chen, Jiande. Nationalists, Pragmatists, Reformists & Radicals: An Historical Analysis of the Political Role of the Chinese Journalists.
Fusfield, William David. ‘Walden’s’ ‘Conclusion’: Henry David Thoreau’s Transcendental Synthesis of the Classical Peroration and Early-Romantic ‘Combinational Writing’.
Halsey, Jane Gassert. Purposes for Talk in Nurse Managers’ Meetings.
Jordan, Myron K. The Kilowatt Wars: James D. Ross, Public Power and the Public Relations Contest for the Hearts and Minds of Pacific Northwesterners.
Rivenburgh, Nancy K. National Image Richness in Televised Coverage of South Korea during the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.
Sullivan, Claire Frances. Supportive Communication: An Investigation of the Effects of the Freshman Interest Group Program on Perceptions of Support and College Adjustment.
Warsinske, Sharon C. Presenter Thinking and Implementing and Quantitative Ratings.
Bieber-Roberts, Peggy. Media Involvement: Audience Interactions with Televised Political News, Situation Comedies and Sports.
Byerly, Carolyn M. The Women’s Feature Services and the Making of World News.
Clinton, Barbara. Informative Communication Instruction: An Application of Theory and Research to the Elementary Classroom.
Goldsmith, Daena. Relational Belief Systems and the Task of Constructing Interdependence: The Role of Cultural Resources and Communication in the Development of Romantic Relationships.
Harvey, Lisa St. Clair. Stolen Thunder: The Cultural Roots of Political Communication.
Logan, Carole Evans. Message Design Logics and Moral Reasoning: A Social Cognitive Approach to Understanding Messages.
Quigley, Brooke Lee. The Use of Rhetorical Strategies in the Formation of Consensus: A Dramatistic Analysis of a Decision Making Discussion.
Rutenbeck, Jeffrey B. The Rise of Independent Newspapers in the 1870s: A Transformation in American Journalism.
Braithwaite, Charles A. An Ethnography of Speaking among Vietnam Veterans.
Fitch, Kristine Louise. Communicative Enactment of Interpersonal Ideology: Personal Address in Urban Colombian Society.
Hall, Bradford ‘J’. An Analysis of the Structural Means Interlocutors Use to Construct Social Confrontation Episodes.
Heinrich, Judith A. Communication as Productive Understanding: Toward a New Story.
Hornig, Susanna L. The Genie Escapes from the Bottle: News Frames and the Phenomenology of Science News.
Johnson, Thomas Jerrold. The Resurrection of Richard Nixon: A Case Study of the Media’s Effect on Collective Memory.
Luhman, Annalee Dahlie. The Influence of Social Support and Personal Control on Job Stress and Job Performance.
McChesney, Robert Waterman. The Battle for America’s Ears and Minds: The Debate over the Control and Structure of American Radio Broadcasting, 1930-1935.
Pilgrim, Tim Alfred. The Seattle-area Daily Newspaper Market and the Joint Operating Arrangement: A Study of Newspaper Preservation.
Saunders, Susan. Berkeley’s Free Speech Movement: A Study in Press Reaction to First Amendment Issues.
Yu, Jinglu. China’s Television in Transition: Rapid Development in the Post-Mao Reform Period.
Cornell, Deborah A. The Relationships between Communicative Interaction and Creative Processes: A Case Study.
Lawson, Linda. Truth in Publishing: The Newspaper Publicity Act as Government Regulation of the Press.
Poulsen, Susan B. Sociable Speech in the American Slumber Party: An Ethnographic Study.
Ramos, Alan Bernard. A Micro-ethnography of Hawaiian Creole Speaking in Two Holopono Project Classrooms in an Hawaiian Public Elementary School.
Strohkirch, Carolyn Sue. Student Attributional Patterns for a Public Speaking Task.
Sullivan, Christopher Bond. The Effect of Information Sector Growth on Telecommunications Development.
Bezanson, Mary Elizabeth. Legal Precedent and Metaphoric Conception as Justification for the Right to Receive in Kleindienst v. Mandel.
Burke, Chauncey. Personal Involvement Effects on the Efficacy of Self-Perception Messages and Issue-Relevant Arguments in Influencing Socially Beneficial Behavior.
Darling, Ann Loretto. Interaction in the Socialization Process of Graduate Teaching Assistants.
Dworkin, Mark A. Making Sense with Television News: Situation, Context, and Psychology of the Audience Experience.
Fraser, Benson P. The Diffusion of Innovations: A Comparison of a Sense-Making and a Traditional Approach in the Study of Channel Use and Homophily.
Katirayi, Beverly A. Jensen. Oral Public Communication in the Iranian Immigrant Community, Toward Reconceptualization of Mass Communication.
Keeler, Mary Ann. A Semeiotic View of Television Message Design: Introducing the Concept of Media Transparency.
Kendrick, William Leslie. Receiver Clarifying in Response to Problems of Understanding.
Motoyama, Catherine Tomoko. Space/Speech/Silence: A Semiotic Analysis of the Works of Eugene Ionesco.
Mueller, Barbara. Multinational Advertising: An Examination of Standardization and Specialization in Commercial Messages.
Sequeira, Debra-Lynn Marie. Personal Address in American Culture: A Case Study.
Spencer-Walters, Tom Jonathan. Reconceptualizing Development Journalism: A Comparative Study of Four African Nations.
Adelman, Mara B. The Contagion Effect: A Study on Stress and the Provision of Support.
Buckley, James Homer. Suburban Evangel: Trade Associations and the Emergence of the Suburban Newspaper Industry, 1945-1970.
Gleason, Timothy W. The Origins of the Watchdog Concept of Freedom of the Press: The Influence of Nineteenth Century Common Law.
Jacobson, Thomas Leigh. Metaphors and Stopping Behavior in Reading of Technical Material.
Kliewer, Pauline Peters. Communicative Dimensions of Effective Nursing Practice.
Stanton, Michael Alan. Communication and Cognition in Conflict Resolution: A Comparison of Integrative and Distributive Negotiation Techniques.
Wilson, Charmaine Elizabeth. The Influence of Communication Network Involvement on Socialization in Organizations.
Bach, Betsy Wackernagel. Relationship Multiplexity as a Predictor of Individual Innovation Adoption.
Chang, Hyung Ik. The Emergence of the New International Information Order as a World Problem: A Communication Perspective.
Chew, Fiona Tiat Khim. A Within-message Analysis of Communication Behavior.
Mustafa, Hamima Dona. Communication and Change: A Comparison of Malay Women in Three Squatter Villages.
Nilan, Michael Sanford. Structural Constraints and Situational Information Seeking: A Test of Two Predictors in a Sense-Making Context.
Ponder, Stephen. News Management in the Progressive Era, 1898-1909: Gifford Pinchot, Theodore Roosevelt and the Conservation Crusade.
Ropp, Vickie Ann. A Metatheoretical Analysis of Attribution Theory and Social Structure: A Case Study of Mentor-Protege Partnerships.
Wulff, Donald H. Case Studies of the Communication of Effective University Instructors.
Bjork, Ulf Jonas. The Swedish-American Press: Three Newspapers and their Communities.
Carbaugh, Donal Andrew. On Persons, Speech, and Culture: American Codes of ‘Self’, ‘Society’ and ‘Communication’ on ‘Donahue’.
Cawley, Michele Ann. Weaving the Shroud: Participant Observations of Communication Themes in Families Facing Death.
Eggert, Leona L. Adolescents’ Personal Relationships and Communication Network Involvement.
Flake, Val Kowallis. On Exception to John Stuart Mill’s Liberty of Thought and Discussion.
Harlock, Sylvia. Use of Grunig’s Situational Typology to Predict Qualitative as well as Quantitative Differences in Information Seeking.
Severn, Jessica June Hattie. A Study of Computer Image Profiles in One- and Two-Object Orientation Situations.
Vusoniwailala, Lasarusa. A Societal Perspective on Cognition and Communication.
Zandpour, Freidoun. Cognitive Response to Political Advertising.
Adams, John Charles. An Explication and Edition of ‘The Preface or Entrance into the Book’, ‘Grammatical Notes’, and ‘Rhetorical Notes’, from Alexander Richardson’s ‘The Logicians School-Master’.
Cohen, Jeremy. Schenck v. United States: A Clear and Present Danger to the First Amendment.
Crawford, Lyall Clifford. Communicating in an American Taoist Community: Naturalistic Inquiry in a Commune.
Elway, Harry Stuart III. Independents and Political Affiliation: A Cognitive View.
Golub, Jeffrey Norman. Characteristics of Students’ Classroom Talk Surrounding the Assignment, Production and Evaluation of a Writing Task.
Katriel, Tamar. Towards a Conceptualization of Ways of Speaking: The Case of Israeli ‘Dugri’ Speech.
Leslie, Michael. Mass Media in Revolutionary Societies: A Case Study of El Universal of Mexico during the Oil Expropriation Crisis of 1938.
Ray, George Bryan. An Ethnography of Speaking in an Appalachian Community.
Weinstock, Stephen Michael. The Nature and Functions of Sound in the Roman Pedagogical Rhetorics of Auctor and Herennium, Cicero, and Quintilian.
Dohr, Ronald Michael. An Examination of Factors and Reactions Related to Stress in Banking.
Josselyn, Carol. Readers Theatre and Japanese No Theatre: Suggested Adaptations of Aesthetic Principles, Production Techniques and Performance Methods.
Kim, Hak-Soo. Orientation Situation, Communicating, and Accuracy in Group Problem-Solving.
Owen, William Foster. Interpretive Themes in Relational Communication.
Ruidl, Richard Alan. Idiomatic Communication Behaviors as Indicators of Acculturation.
Weis, Robert J. A Dynamic View of Questioning in an Organization.
Becker, Joan Quall. Patterns of Guilt and Grace in the Development and Function of Character in C.S. Lewis’s Romances.
Dindia, Kathryn Ann. Reciprocity of Self-Disclosure: A Sequential Analysis.
Falzer, Paul Robert. Communicating Communication: Foundations of a Transaction Meta-theory.
Kirkpatrick, Thomas Grant. Small Group Discussion Leadership in a Volunteer Organization: An Exploratory Investigation.
Lange, Jonathan Isaac. A Model of Communication in Process Consultation.
Mousa, Issam Suleiman. The Arab Portrayal: The ‘New York Times’ 1917-1947.
Ray, Eileen Berlin. A Communication Perspective on Burnout in a Human Service Organization.
Ting-Toomey, Stella Wun Chu. An Analysis of Marital Communication Behaviors and Perceptions of Marital Satisfaction: A Validation Study of the Intimate Negotiation Coding System.
Waln, Virginia Gail. Verbal Characteristics of Interpersonal Conflict from Participant and Observer Perspectives.
Atwood, Rita Ann. A Test of Race Versus Situational Movement State in Predicting Information Seeking and Use.
Edwards, Kyoko Hisaka. Understanding, Communication, and Cognitive Homeostasis.
Fortini-Campbell, Lisa A. Patterns of Attending within and between Messages.
Guioguio, Reynaldo Valendez. Cognition and Communication in Change Situations.
Hall, Edward Payson, Jr. A Methodological Approach to the Study of National Images: Perceptions of Modern and Traditional China and Japan.
Hirokawa, Randy Yoshio. A Function-Oriented Analysis of Small Group Interaction within Effective and Ineffective Decision-making Groups: An Exploratory Investigation.
Kessler, Lauren Jeanne. A Siege of the Citadels: Access of Woman Suffrage Ideas to the Oregon Press, 1884-1912.
Tapia, RayLene Corgiat. A Perfection of Thought: Wallace Stevens and his Reader.
Becker, James Earl. The Poetics of Good and Evil: A Study of Plot and Character in the Later Plays of Charles Williams.
Cloud, Barbara Lee. Start the Presses: The Birth of Journalism in Washington Territory.
Johansen, Bruce Elliott. Franklin, Jefferson and American Indians: A Study in the Cross-cultural Communication of Ideas.
Parmenter, William Quayle. The News Control Explanation of News Making: The Case of William Randolph Hearst, 1920-1940.
Tutelman, Cary Jay. An Epistemological, Theoretical, and Methodological Approach to Cognitive Activity.
Anderson, Kathryn Louise. Practical Political Equality for Women: Anne Martin’s Campaigns for the U.S. Senate in Nevada, 1918 and 1920.
Baldasty, Gerald J. The Political Press in the Second American Party System, the 1832 Election.
Church, Daniel Keith. Thomas Wilson’s ‘Arte of Rhetorique’: A Critical Text.
Cohen, Alan Jay. Commitment and Shared Responsibility as Facilitators of Appointment Keeping at a Community Dental Clinic.
Pedersen, Robert George. The British Open University: A Study in Broadcast Effectiveness.
Winfield, Betty Houchin. Roosevelt and the Press: How Franklin D. Roosevelt Influenced Newsgathering, 1933-1941.
Wurster, Carol Ann. Communication Patterns in Dental Student-Child Interaction.
Chamberlin, William Fay. A History of Public Issues Programming Regulation by the Federal Communications Commission: More Rhetoric than Action.
Drum, Starla Janelle. An Investigation of the Influence of Source Referent Meta-identity upon Receiver Evaluation of Source Credibility.
Jones, Jennifer Waldron. Performance of the Narrator in James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’.
Mills, Esther Ray. A Descriptive Model of Verbal Decision-making Behavior in Task-oriented Dyads.
Tarno, Donald P. A Study of the Rhetorical Principles and Strategies of Swami Vivekananda.
Waxwood, Vincenne A. Intercultural and Intracultural Communication: A Study of Relationship Cues in an Interpersonal Setting.
Aiello, Francis Anthony. Binaural and Monaural Listener Discrimination of Same and Different Signal Pairs.
Cambra, Ronald Edmund. An Investigation of the Applicability of a Verbal and Nonverbal Interaction Category System for Use in Learning Situations.
Godfrey, Donald George. A Rhetorical Analysis of the Congressional Debates on Broadcast Regulation in the United States, 1927.
Groher, Michael E. An Investigation of Language and Memory Disorders following Closed Head Trauma.
Ismach, Arnold H. The Consequences of Communication Experiences: A Topological Approach.
Jacoubovitch, Marc-Daniel Jean. The Orientation Situation: A Trivariate Approach.
Laing, Robert Bruce. Public Opinion Perspectives on Mass Communication and Agenda-setting.
Reeves, Mary Martha. The Chicago-Eight Conspiracy Trial: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Societal Context and Interpersonal Dynamic.
Ris, Thomas Frederick. Relationships among Fifth and Seventh Grade Television Viewing Habits and Academic Achievement.
Stevenson, Robert L. A Reevaluation of Some Concepts of Public Opinion and Communication.
Weitzman, Donald Mark. The Uses of Philosophical Analysis in Rhetorical Criticism.
Elliott, Michael Robb. Effects of Cognitive Similarity and Content on Outcomes of Small Group Communication.
Ilecki, Henry James. The Auditory Evoked Response as an Index of Differentiation of Complex Auditory Stimuli.
McCartney, James Harper. A Comparison of Speech Discrimination Skills among Children with True Monaural Hearing Loss, Artificially-imposed Monaural Hearing Loss and Normal Hearing.
Richardson, Frank Donald. Contrasting Two Modes of Confronting Deceptive Communication Behavior.
Robertus, Patricia E. Postal Control of Obscene Literature 1942-1957.
Stuart, Charlotte Lorraine. Value Systems Reflected in Selected Court Opinions on Representative Works of Censored Literature.
Winstead, Leslie. A Comparison of Phoneme Discrimination and Production in Children Aged 30 to 36 Months.
Addicott, John Phillips. The Relationship between Speech Sound Discrimination Skills and Language Abilities of Young Preschool Children.
Anderson, Daryl Elmer. Averaged Electroencephalic Responses of Infants to Speech Related Stimuli.
Augustine, Lloyd E. A Correlational Study of Three Measures of Auditory Attending Behavior in Children.
Bradley, Samuel Raymond. Nonverbal Communication and Interpersonal Security: An Empirical Test of the Proposition that Anxiety and Self-esteem Outcomes are Contingent upon the Complementarity of Analogically Coded Metacommunication in Dyads.
Brashen, Henry Michael. The Effects of Counterattitudinal Role Playing, Passive Participation, and Two Variations of Personal Space upon Attitude Change among Japanese.
Fankhauser, Charles Edward. An Analysis of the Perceptual Confusions of Normal Hearing and Hearing Impaired Listeners of Speech Masked by White Noise.
Galloway, Lawrence Albert. Implications for Rhetorical Invention from the Writings of John Dewey.
Hoffman, Doris Juanita. The Novelist as Rhetorician: Characterization and Vision in the Short Fiction of Bernard Malamud.
Levinson, Philip Jack. An Analysis of Analogical Reasoning in Children.
Marquardt, Thomas P. Characteristics of Speech Production in Parkinson’s Disease: Electromyographic, Structural Movement, and Aerodynamic Measurements.
McIntyre, Jerilyn Sue. The Structure of Communication in an Emerging Frontier Community: Jacksonville, Oregon 1852-56.
Simpson, Roger Allan. The Functions of Communication Activities in Frontier Warfare in Washington Territory, 1855-56.
Cerf, Florence Ann Duval. The Effect of Verbal Control on the Grouping Behavior of Preschool Children from Two Socioeconomic and Racial Groups.
Dybka, Michael Edmund. The Comparison of the Auditory Evoked Response to Single and Multiple Stimulus Runs as an Indicator of Stimulus Differentiation.
Kemp, James Charles. A Study of Young Children’s Spontaneous Verbal Imitations.
Pelson, Rodney Owen. A Study of the Effects of Hearing Loss, Age, and Message Related Constraints upon Speech Reading Performance.
Rees, Thomas Stevenson. The Application of the Principles of Behavioral Observation Audiometry (BOA) to Evoked Response Audiometry.
Schubert, George William. A Comparison of Student Clinicians’ Behaviors as Measured by the Analysis of Behaviors of Clinicians (ABC) Scale.
Seitz, Michael Ray. Behavioral and Electrophysiologic Indicators of the Perception of Clicks Superimposed on Sentences.
Strine, Mary Susan. The Novel as Rhetorical Act: An Interpretation of the Major Fiction of William Styron.
Watkin, Kenneth Lloyd. Dynamic Interaction of Upper Airway Structures during the Production of Speech.
Bennett, William Emerson. A Burkean Study of Webster’s Seventh of March Speech.
Fausti, Stephen Anthony. Relationship between Most Comfortable Loudness Level for Speech and Aural Harmonic Threshold for Tones in Normal Hearing Subjects.
Heffner, M. Beth. The Possibility of Communicative Accuracy.
McSpaden, Jay Byron. Computer Averaging of Electro-ocular Responses to Acoustic Stimuli.
Sanborn, E. Sue. Speech Discrimination in Hypoacusics and Normals with Artificial Hearing Loss.
Sheridan, Maurice Raymond. A Study of the Implications of the Concept of Form in Art and Philosophy for Rhetorical Form.
Shoquist, Marshall Leigh. A Comparison of a Test of Temporal Auditory Summation with Other Tests of Cochlear Function in Subjects with Meniere’s Disease.
Snyder, Jack McLean. The Influence of Contralateral Noise on Auditory Adaptation in Normal Listeners.
Bollinger, Rick Leonard. Communication Abilities of ‘Chronic Brain Syndrome’ Patients.
Denman, Marie Elliott. Effects of Stimulus Duration and Interstimulus Interval on Rate of Habituation of the Auditory Evoked Response.
Elbing, Carol Jeppson. A Methodology for the Analysis of Claims in Form, Applied to Two Social Value Discourses: Friedman’s ‘Capitalism and Freedom’ and Galbraith’s ‘The Affluent Society’.
Hollander, Neil G. Adolescent’s Perceptions of Sources of Orientations to War.
Jackson, Kenneth Melville. A Communication Approach to Programmed Instruction.
McGrath, Carl Orrin. Development of Phrase Structure Rules Involved in Tag Questions Elicited from Children.
Wilmot, William Wallace. A Test of the Construct and Predictive Validity of Three Measures of Ego-involvement.