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Submissions from 2022

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Historical and Legal Considerations in Development of a For-Credit Internship Program, Nichole Zumbach Harken and Shelley Price-Williams

Submissions from 2021

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Using Pitch Height and Pitch Strength to Characterize Type 1, 2, and 3 Voice Signals, Supraja Anand, Lisa M. Kopf, Rahul Shrivastav, and David A. Eddins

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“The Only Thing Red About Her”: Personal Intertextual Palimpsests in Lucille Ball’s HUAC Testimony, Nicole Williams Barnes, Catherine Helen Palczewski, and Heather Nicole Lund

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Recent developments in the new Iowa school of symbolic interactionism, Michael Katovich and Shing Ling S. Chen

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Representations of the working poor, Christopher R. Martin

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On the suicide of Angelus Novus: Searching for history’s future through (academic) hell, C. Kyle Rudick

Submissions from 2020

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Commemorating a whole story of woman suffrage, Catherine Helen Palczewski

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Team coordination in uncertain environments: The role of processual communication networks, Andrew Pilny, Melissa Dobosh, Alex Yahja, Marshall Scott Poole, Aaron Campbell, Luisa Ruge-Jones, and Jeff Proulx

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Wicked problems as moral crossroads: choosing the path for human flourishing, C. Kyle Rudick

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“Yes, and … ”: continuing the scholarly conversation about teacher labor in PK-12 education*, C. Kyle Rudick and Deanna P. Dannels

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Yes, and … : continuing the scholarly conversation about undue donor influence on higher education, C. Kyle Rudick and Deanna P. Dannels

Submissions from 2019

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Small group use of communication technologies: a comparison of modality on group outcomes, Melissa A. Dobosh, Marshall Scott Poole, and Rahul Malik

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Proud & Torn: A Visual Memoir of Hungarian History, Bettina Fabos, Leslie M. Waters, Kristina E. Poznan, Dana Potter, Isaac Campbell, Collin Cahill, and Jacob Espenscheid

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A communication and instruction approach to embodied cultural and social capital at a public, 4-year university, C. Kyle Rudick, Fernando Ismael Quiñones Valdivia, Lexi Hudachek, Jackson Specker, and Alan K. Goodboy

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Distinguishing (the) right from wrong: knowledge, curriculum, and intellectual responsibility, Brandi Lawless, C. Kyle Rudick, and Kathryn Golsan

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“‘I Was Gonna Go Off, but My Best Friend is White.”: Hispanic Students’ Co-Cultural Reasoning in a Hispanic Serving Institution, Amy Aldridge Sanford, C. Kyle Rudick, Keith Nainby, Kathryn B. Golsan, Stephanie Rollie Rodriguez, and Christopher J. Claus

Submissions from 2018

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Yes, and … : continuing the scholarly conversation about freedom of speech at colleges and universities*, C. Kyle Rudick and Deanna P. Dannels

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Civility and White Institutional Presence: An Exploration of White Students' Understanding of Race-Talk at a Traditionally White Institution, C. Kyle Rudick and Kathryn B. Golsan

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Critical communication pedagogy and service learning in a mixed-method communication research course, C. Kyle Rudick, Kathryn B. Golsan, and Jennifer Freitag

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Navigating instructional dialectics: empirical exploration of paradox in teaching, Blair Thompson, C. Kyle Rudick, Jeff Kerssen-Griep, and Kathryn Golsan

Submissions from 2017

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ANN, Shing Ling S. Chen

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A critical organizational communication framework for communication and instruction scholarship: narrative explorations of resistance, racism, and pedagogy, C. Kyle Rudick

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Media laws in political transition, Chris W. Ogbondah

Pledge-a-picketer, power, protest, and publicity: Explaining protest when the state/establishment is not the opposition, Catherine Helen Palczewski and Kelsey Harr-Lagin

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Comparing Hispanic-To-White Co-Cultural Communication at Four-Year, Public Hispanic Serving and Predominately White Institutions, C. Kyle Rudick, Michael Sollitto, Christopher J. Claus, Amy Aldridge Sanford, Keith Nainby, and Kathryn B. Golsan

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Television formats and the United States: New developments in production and distribution, Paul Torre

Submissions from 2016

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Digital literacy, public history, and FORTEPAN, Bettina Fabos, Leisl Carr Childers, and Sergey Golitsynskiy

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Navigating the Visual Turn in Argument, Leo Groarke, Catherine H. Palczewski, and David Godden

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The power of language: a constitutive response to millennial student research, C. Kyle Rudick and Scott Ellison

Submissions from 2015

Literacy in performance studies: Connecting oral interpretation, critical media literacy, and digital performance, Danielle Dick McGeough

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Oppositional Memory Practices: U.S. Memorial Spaces as Arguments Over Public Memory, Ryan Erik McGeough, Catherine Helen Palczewski, and Randall A. Lake

Introduction: Teaching oral interpretation in the age of performance studies, Charles T. Parrott and Danielle Dick McGeough

Submissions from 2014

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When McLuhan met Simmel: Form is the content, medium is the message, Shing Ling S. Chen, Mark D. Johns, and Laura A. Terlip

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The Trouble with Iconic Images: Historical Timelines and Public Memory, Bettina Fabos

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Sexing communication: Hearing, feeling, remembering sex/gender and sexuality in the NCA, Charles E. Morris and Catherine Helen Palczewski

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A dynamic social network experiment with multi-team systems, Andrew Pilny, Alex Yahja, Marshall Scott Poole, and Melissa Dobosh