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Dallimore, Elise J., Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt. “Impact of Cold-Calling on Student Voluntary Participation.” Journal of Management Education 37.3 (2013), 305-341.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Rereading New York Times v. Sullivan: The Importance of Procedure in Libel Cases.” First Amendment Studies 47.1, 1-19 (2013).

Jackson, Sarah J. “Framing Megan Williams: Intersecting Discourses of Race, Class, and Gender in Television News Coverage of Racialized Rape.” Feminist Media Studies 13.1 (2013), 46-63.

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Reagle, Joseph. “‘Free as in Sexist?’ Free Culture and the Gender Gap.” First Monday 18.1 (2013). Available at http://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4291/3381


Bloomfield, Emma Frances, and Richard A. Katula. “Rhetorical Criticism of the 2008 Presidential Campaign: Establishing Premises of Agreement in Announcement Speeches.” Communication Research Reports 29:2 (2012): 139-147.

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Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Customers’ Participation in Organizational Structure: A Conversation Analytic Approach for Understanding the Action of Service Inquiries.” Communication Reports, 25.1 (2012) 14-26.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and Jeffrey D. Robinson. “Exploring Essentially Three-Turn Courses of Action: An Institutional Case Study with Implications for Ordinary Talk.” Discourse Studies, 14.2 (2012) 217-241.

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Nakayama, Thomas K. “John Warren and a Path to Critical Intercultural Communication.” In Deanna L. Fassett (ed.), “A Gedenkschrift for John T. Warren,” Liminalities 8.5 (2012): 3-4.

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Nakayama, Thomas K. “Act Up-Paris: French Lessons.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 98.1 (2012), 103-108.

Reagle, Joseph. “410 Gone: Infocide in Open Content Communities.” In Selected Papers of Internet Research AoIR13, ed. Feona Attwod (Salford University: Association of Internet Researchers, 2012). Available from http://spir.aoir.org/index.php/spir/article/view/5.


Bell, Carole V., and Robert M. Entman. “The Media’s Role in America’s Exceptional Politics of Inequality: Framing the Bush Tax Cuts of 2001 and 2003.” The International Journal of Press/Politics16.4 (2011), 548-572.

Bloomfield, Emma Frances, and Richard A. Katula. “Establishing Premises of Agreement: The Announcement Speech and the 2008 Presidential Campaign.” Communication Research Reports 29.2 (2011), 140-147.

Cisneros, J. David. “(Re)Bordering the Civic Imaginary: Rhetoric, Hybridity, and Citizenship in La Gran Marcha.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 97.1 (2011), 26-49.

Dallimore, Elise J., and Amy E. Mickel. “Life-quality Decisions: Managing Tension Through Advice Received.” Community, Work and Family 14.4 (2011), 425-448.

Gholz, Carleton. “Maintaining ‘Synk’ in Detroit: Two Case Studies in the Remix Aesthetic.” Dancecult 2.1 (2011), 45-62.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Genera Causarum and the Burden of Proof.” Cogency, Journal of Reasoning and Argumentation 3.1 (2011), 33-50.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, Jeffrey D. Robinson, and J. Mandelbaum. “Extending the Notion of Pragmatic Completion: The Case of the Compound Action Unit.” Journal of Pragmatics 43.15 (2011), 3844-3859.

Reagle, Joseph, and Lauren Rhue. “Gender Bias in Wikipedia and Britannica.” International Journal of Communication 5 (2011), 1138–1158.

Schwartz, Joseph, and Julie L. Andsager. “Four Decades of Images in Gay Male-targeted Magazines.”Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 88.1 (2011), 76-98.


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Robinson, Jeffrey D., and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Using Full Repeats to Initiate Others’ Questions.” Research on Language and Social Interaction 43.3 (2010), 232-259.

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Schwartz, Joseph. “Whose Voices are Heard?: Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Newspaper Sources.” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research 64.3-4 (2010), 265-275.

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Cisneros, J. David. “Latina/os and Party Politics in the California Campaign Against Bilingual Education: A Case Study in Argument from Transcendence.” Argumentation and Advocacy 4.3 (2009), 115-134. (Winner of the Daniel Rohrer Memorial Outstanding Research Award)

Engels, Jeremy, and Greg Goodale. “‘Our Battle Cry Will Be: Remember Jenny McCrea!’: A Précis on the Rhetoric of Revenge.” American Quarterly 61.1 (March 2009), 93-112.

Liebler, Carol M., Joseph Schwartz, and Todd Harper. “Queer Tales of Morality: The Press, Hegemonic Framing, and Same-sex Marriage.” Journal of Communication 54.4 (2009), 653-675.

Mickel, Amy E., and Elise J. Dallimore. “Life-quality Decisions: Tension-management Strategies Used by Individuals when Making Tradeoffs.” Human Relations 62.5 (2009), 627-669.

Noland, Carey, P. David Marshall, Greg Goodale, and Hans P. Schlecht. “Celebrity and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic.” Journal of Health and Mass Communication 1.3/4 (2009), 194-210.