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Greg Goodale

Assistant Professor of Communication Studies

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g.goodale@neu.edu
617.373.5518

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The North­eastern com­mu­nity came together for wheat-​​pasting public art projects, a block party, and an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary panel dis­cus­sion cen­tered on Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s artist res­i­dency, which is focused on addressing street harass­ment of women and using art to pro­voke social change.

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Art’s power to provoke social change

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3Qs: How Obama won, and the road ahead

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Election 2012: all-​​day analysis

A day after the nation went to the polls, we’re talking to North­eastern fac­ulty mem­bers about Pres­i­dent Barack Obama’s elec­toral win over Repub­lican Mitt Romney, despite an extremely close pop­ular vote count. Check in throughout the day to see what experts from across the uni­ver­sity are saying about what the results mean for the nation and the world.

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3Qs: Candidates spar in aggressive VP debate

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Faculty Reads, Volume Eight

In the eighth edi­tion of recent fac­ulty books, we high­light works about the per­sua­sive use of sounds, inter­preting the day’s news in a post-​​9/​11 reli­gious land­scape and Croatia’s decade of archi­tec­tural experimentation.

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3Qs: Technology and the power of sound

In his new book, “Sonic Per­sua­sion: Reading Sound in the Recorded Age,” Greg Goodale, assis­tant pro­fessor of com­mu­ni­ca­tion studies, crit­i­cally ana­lyzes how a wide range of actual sounds — from U.S. pres­i­dents’ audio record­ings to car­toon sound­tracks — have been used as per­sua­sive devices, often pro­viding greater meaning to inter­pre­ta­tions of iden­tity, cul­ture and history.

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Workshop offers behind-​​the-​​scenes look at politics

Service-​​learning course intro­duces stu­dents to the nuts and bolts of how laws get passed.

The state of the State of the Union

As the nation rebounds from eco­nomic dis­aster and faces polit­ical divide in Wash­ington, Pres­i­dent Barack Obama deliv­ered his State of the Union address Tuesday night that put the economy front […]

Beacon Hill bound

North­eastern stu­dents lobby state leg­is­la­tors to pass a bill on behalf of local foster youth

Selected Publications

For a complete list of faculty citations, please visit iRis, Northeastern’s digital archive.

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The Presidential Sound: From Orotund to Instructional Speech, 1892-1912

Quarterly Journal of Speech 96, no. 2 (May 2010).

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Black and White: Vestiges of Biracialism in American Discourse

(with Jeremy Engels) Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 7, no. 1 (March 2010).

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Celebrity and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic

(with Carey Noland, David Marshall, and Hans Schlecht) Journal of Health and Mass Communication 1, no. 3-4 (Summer/Fall 2009).

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