Communication Faculty Publications

 

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Submissions from 2017

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Jacket Vision, Nicholas A. Carrington

Submissions from 2016

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Mobilizing Political Information on the Websites of U.S. Labor Organizations During the 2012 Presidential Campaign, Clark Greer and Kurt D. Moreland

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Out of the Public Eye and Changing the World, James R. Phipps

Submissions from 2012

Electronic Media Law & Regulation Reader, J. Wesley Baker

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Beyond the Hype, Jeffrey Gilbert

Submissions from 2011

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Alone Together, J. Wesley Baker

Electronic Media Law & Regulation Reader, J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 2010

Electronic Media Law & Regulation Reader, J. Wesley Baker

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Newsworthiness and Islam: An Analysis of Values in the Muslim Online Press, Charles W. Elliott and Clark F. Greer

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Restoring Streets with Dwellings, J. Michael Lopez

Submissions from 2009

Electronic Media Law & Regulation Reader, J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 2008

Electronic Media Law & Regulation Reader, J. Wesley Baker

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Meaning at the Microphone, James R. Phipps

Submissions from 2007

Electronic Media Law & Regulation Reader, J. Wesley Baker

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How Fortune 500 Companies Used the Web for Philanthropic and Crisis Communication Following Hurricane Katrina, Clark F. Greer and Kurt D. Moreland

Submissions from 2006

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Book Review: Perspectives on Culture, Technology and Communication, J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 2005

Sue Thomas, F.B. Eye, J. Wesley Baker

The Conflict Between Persuasive Theory and Ethics, James R. Phipps

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Trends in Undergraduate Curriculum in Scientific and Technical Communications Programs, Anne N. Rich and Sandra W. Harner

Student Manual: Fundamentals of Speech, Margaret S. Wheeler, Derrick L. Green, and Deborah L. Haffey

Submissions from 2003

Hofstede's Masculine-Feminine Cultural Dimension in Magazine Advertisements, Charles W. Elliott

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United Airlines' and American Airlines' Online Crisis Communication Following the September 11 Terrorist Attacks, Clark F. Greer and Kurt D. Moreland

Submissions from 2002

Supporting Interaction--in Person and On-line, J. Wesley Baker

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Utopia and Hope: A Response to "Jacques Ellul and Technological Utopia", J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 2001

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STC Funds Research in Technical Communication, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 2000

The "Classroom Flip": Using Web Course Management Tools to Become the Guide by the Side, J. Wesley Baker

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Asia Through Time: Asian News in Time Magazine, Charles W. Elliott

Flows of News from the Middle Kingdom: An Analysis of International News Releases from Xinhua, Charles W. Elliott

Individualism and Collectivism on the Playing Field: A Comparison of Sports Representations in China Sports and Sports Illustrated, Charles W. Elliott

Submissions from 1999

Asian Online Newspapers: A Media Richness Evaluation, Charles W. Elliott

Submissions from 1998

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Defining Development News Values: An Examination of Press Releases from the New China News Agency, Charles W. Elliott

E-Papers in Asia: News Flows and the Computer-Mediated Press, Charles W. Elliott

Online Newspapers in Asia: Computer-Mediated Press and the Flow of News, Charles W. Elliott

Dual Career Families, Deborah B. Haffey

Women as Entrepreneurs, Deborah B. Haffey

Faculty Internship Brings Professors and Practitioners Together, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1997

Bringing the Truth to Life, Rebecca Baker

A Problem-Solving Analysis of Women in Debate, Deborah B. Haffey

Operation Rescue, Deborah B. Haffey

Master of Arts Programs: General Characteristics of MA Programs. Texas Tech University's MA Program, Sandra W. Harner

Teaching Technology: Immersing Students in a High-Tech Environment, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1996

E-mail Usage in Academe: A Profile of Hong Kong Universities, Charles W. Elliott

Towards the Construction of Asian News Values: A Study of Chinese Values in Xinhua Press Releases, Charles W. Elliott

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Seeing the Future Through the Eyes of the Past: Chinese Perceptions of Traditional Values in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Charles W. Elliott and G. Wilson

Submissions from 1995

Crossroads on the Electronic Highway, J. Wesley Baker

Members of a Family, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1993

Beat The Clock: Confessions Of A Time Management Dropout, Deborah B. Haffey

Submissions from 1992

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Ellul on the Need for Symbolism, J. Wesley Baker

Worship Through Drama, Sandra W. Harner

How Can I Soar With The Eagles When I Have To Work With The Turkeys?, David H. Robey

Submissions from 1990

Give the New Kids a Chance, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1989

New Communication Technologies in a Liberal Arts Setting, J. Wesley Baker

Interviewing: A Process Approach, Sandra W. Harner

Submissions from 1985

Parents, Peers and Television Characters: The Use of Comparison with Others as Criteria for Evaluating Marital Satisfaction, J. D. Robinson, T. Skiel, J. F. Nussbaum, and Kurt D. Moreland

Submissions from 1984

The Role of the New Politics in the Media Campaigns of Members of the United States House of Representatives: An Analysis of Media Use in Successful Campaigns for Congress, 1982, Charles W. Elliott

Submissions from 1982

Taming the Tube, J. Wesley Baker

Conscience of England: The Unknown Side of William Cobbett, Charles W. Elliott

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Tune In or Turn Off?, James R. Phipps

Submissions from 1980

It Will Change Your Life, J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 1979

I Have Seen the Lord!, Rebecca Baker

Submissions from 1978

Thanks! To Christian Parents, J. Wesley Baker

The Relationship of Communication Apprehension and Innovativeness to Three Domains of Learning, Kurt D. Moreland

Submissions from 1977

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The Imprisonment of Lafayette, J. Wesley Baker

Submissions from 1974

Communications in a Crisis: The Needs of a Community for Information Immediately Following a Major Disaster - A Study of the Time Period Following the Xenia Tornado, James R. Phipps

Submissions from 1970

A Study of the Availability and Usage of Broadcast Media in Rural Societies of Africa and India, James R. Phipps