Here you will find scholarly and other professional works of faculty in the College of Communication.

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Submissions from 2013

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College Completion: Performance-Based Funding Can Enhance Individual Investments and Promote the Public Good, Jayne M. Comstock

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The Value of a Liberal Arts Education: A Self-Evident Truth, Jayne M. Comstock

Submissions from 2012

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Defying Borders: Transforming Learning Through Collaborative Feminist Organizing and Interdisciplinary, Transnational Pedagogy, Terri Carney, Margaretha Geertsema Sligh, Ann M. Savage, and Ageeth Sluis

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Avoid False Dichotomy in Higher Education: Be both Mission-Driven and Market-Smart, Jayne M. Comstock

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Building the Future - One College Graduate at a Time, Jayne M. Comstock

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Higher Ed "International Exchange Rate" Leaves Intellectual Capital Behind, Jayne M. Comstock

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We Should Have High Standards for all Students, Not Just Those at Harvard, Jayne M. Comstock

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what you measure is what you get Service Learning Can be Cost-Effective Way to Enhance Quality and Student Success, Jayne M. Comstock

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Facing the Fear: A Free Market Approach for Economic Expression, Nancy Whitmore

Submissions from 2010

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Hybridity, Identity and Global Music: A review of Cultural Globalization: A User’s Guide, Margaretha Geertsema Sligh

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Review of the book Olympic Industry Resistance, by Jefferson Lenskyj, H. (2008), Allison Harthcock

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Orwellian Language and the Politics of Tribal Termination (1953-1960), Casey R. Kelly

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Review of book: Redesigning Women: Television after the network era, Ann M. Savage

Documents from 2009

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Self-Study Leveraging: The QPC Model for Comprehensive Academic Program Review., Jamie Comstock and Kathy Booker

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The Contemporary Television Series/Cable Visions: Television Beyond Broadcasting, Kenneth C. Creech

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Falling Man and Man Men, Gary R. Edgerton

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Women and News: Making Connections Between the Global and the Local, Margaretha Geertsema

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Burning Mississippi into Memory? Cinematic Amnesia as a Resource for Remembering Civil Rights, Kristen Hoerl

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Commemorating the Kent State Tragedy Through Victims’ Trauma in Television News Coverage, 1990 - 2000., Kristen Hoerl

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Deranged Loners and Demented Outsiders? Therapeutic News Frames of Presidential Assassination Attempts, 1973-2001, Kristen Hoerl, D. L. Cloud, and S. E. Jarvis

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Inverting the Inverted Pyramid: A Conversation about the Use of Feminist Theories to Teach Journalism, Danna L. Walker, Margaretha Geertsema, and Barbara Barnett

Submissions from 2008

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Conceptualizing Strategies for Research and Activism: A Media Sociology Approach, Margaretha Geertsema

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Women Making News: Gender and Media in South Africa, Margaretha Geertsema

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Pretty in pink, Allison Harthcock

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Sixteen candles, Allison Harthcock

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Cinematic Jujitsu: Resisting White Hegemony through the American Dream in Spike Lee’s Malcolm X, Kristen Hoerl

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Mississippi’s Social Transformation in Public Memories of the Trial Against Byron de la Beckwith for the Murder of Medgar Evers, Kristen Hoerl

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Women film directors and producers, Ann M. Savage

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First Amendment Showdown: Intellectual Diversity Mandates and the Academic Marketplace, Nancy Whitmore

Submissions from 2007

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Mario Van Peebles’s Panther and Popular Memories of the Black Panther Party, Kristen Hoerl

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Rhetorical Counterinsurgency: The FBI and the American Indian Movement, Casey R. Kelly

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Reviews the film Hoxie: The First Stand (2003), Ann M. Savage

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Supremes, Ann M. Savage

Submissions from 2006

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Gender and the Digital Economy: Perspectives from the Developing World, Margaretha Geertsema Sligh

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Review of the book "Experiencing Music Video: Aesthetics and Cultural Context," by Carol Vernallis., Ann M. Savage

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Vicarious Liability and the Private University Student Press, Nancy Whitmore

Documents from 2005

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Shaping the Future: Strategic Planning for Small Colleges and Universities., Jamie Comstock and Rand Ziegler

Submissions from 2004

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Representing Byron de la Beckwith in Film and Journalism: Popular Memories of Mississippi and the Murder of Medgar Evers, Kristen Hoerl

Submissions from 2003

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Updating the Standard for the Next Generation of Electronic Media Historians, Gary R. Edgerton

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Public Argument as Self-Preservation: A Critique of Argumentation Theory as a Democratic Practice, Kristen Hoerl

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Nebraska Suppressed, Nancy Whitmore

Submissions from 2002

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Re(de)fining Narrative Events: Examining Television Narrative Structure, M. J. Porter, D. L. Larson, Allison Harthcock, and K. B. Nellis

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Underground, Ann M. Savage

Documents from 2001

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An exploratory investigation of jealousy in the family, Krystyna S. Aune and Jamie Comstock

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Managing Diversity: Establishing an Agenda for Organizational Change, Jamie Comstock

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Big Voices of the Air, Kenneth C. Creech

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Pain and Public Deliberation: Citizens, Victims, Advocates, Activists., Kristen Hoerl

Submissions from 1999

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A Communications Cornucopia: Markle Foundation Essays on Information Policy, Kenneth C. Creech and Lee Wilkins

Submissions from 1997

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Broadcast Indecency, Kenneth C. Creech

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Curricular Review: Supporting the Move to Digital Tools for Audio and Video Production 1, Christine Taylor

Documents from 1995

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Food for thought: Teacher immediacy, student learning and curvilinearity, Jamie Comstock, Elisa Rowell, and John W. Bowers

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Integrating Students into the Operation of a University-Owned Television Station, Christine Taylor

Documents from 1991

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Interpersonal Deception: I. Deceivers’ Reactions to Receivers’ Suspicions and Probing., Jamie Comstock

Documents from 1990

Interpersonal interaction on television: Family conflict and jealousy on prime time, Jamie Comstock and Krystyna Strzyzewski

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Compliance Gaining on Prime Time Family Programs, Margaret Haefner and Jamie Comstock