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

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Submissions from 2007

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The Regionalization of Global News: A Case Study of CNN Interactive, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh

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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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Alain de Roucy et la voix anonyme de La Chanson de la Croisade Albigeoise, Paul Linden

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Capital, Consumption, Communication, and Citizenship: The Social Positioning of Taste and Civic Culture in the United States, Mark A. Rademacher

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Downshifting Consumer = Upshifting Citizen?, Mark A. Rademacher

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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 "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

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Where the Past Comes Alive’: Television, History and Popular Memory, Gary Edgerton

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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High Concept, Small Screen: Reperceiving the Industrial and Stylistic Origins of the American Made-for-TV Movie, Gary Edgerton

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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: How Gagging the News Media Intensified Pretrial Press Coverage of the Simants’ Murder Case, Nancy Whitmore

Submissions from 2002

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Chalk, Talk, and Videotape: Utilizing Ken Burns’s Television Histories in the Classroom, Gary Edgerton

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The Multiplex: The Modern American Motion Picture Theatre as Message, Gary Edgerton

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Monstrous youth in suburbia: Disruption and recovery of the American dream, Kristen Hoerl

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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 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

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The Plumber, Paul Linden

You're A Part Of Me, Paul Linden

Submissions from 2000

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Ken Burns’s Rebirth of a Nation: Television, Narrative, and Popular History, Gary Edgerton

Cold Cold Ground, Paul Linden

Submissions from 1999

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Functions of the great debates: Acclaims, attacks, and defenses in the 1960 presidential debates, William L. Benoit and Allison Harthcock

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The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ Attack on the Tobacco Industry, William L. Benoit and Allison Harthcock

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

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Revisiting the Recordings of Wars Past: Remembering the Documentary Trilogy of John Huston, Gary Edgerton

Submissions from 1998

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A Comparison Study of Student Retention of Foreign Language Video: Declarative versus Interrogative Advance Organizer, Carol Herron, Holly York, Steven P. Cole, and Paul Linden

Submissions from 1997

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Broadcast Indecency, Kenneth C. Creech

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Film Language and the Persistence of Racial Stereotyping in The Last of the Mohicans (1992), Gary Edgerton

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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 Bowers

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

Submissions from 1992

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The Murrow Legend as Metaphor: The Creation, Appropriation, and Usefulness of Edward R. Murrow's Life Story, Gary Edgerton

Documents from 1991

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

Documents from 1990

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

Submissions from 1989

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A Visit to the Imaginary Landscape of Harrison, Texas: The Filmed Stories of Horton Foote, Gary Edgerton

Submissions from 1983

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The Influence of the Paramount Decision on Network Television in America, Gary Edgerton and Cathy Pratt