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Submissions from 2014

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Service Learning, Intercultural Communication and Advanced Video Praxis: Developing a Sustainable Program of Community Activism with/in a Mexican Migrant Community, Rebecca M. Kennerly and Tyson Davis

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Charles Ferris: Jimmy Carter’s FCC Innovator, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 2013

“Into the Fray: How NBC’s Washington Documentary Unit Reinvented the News,” by Thomas Mascaro, Reed W. Smith

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The Oral History Project: An Interview with David Spencer, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 2011

"Media, NASA, and America’s Quest for the Moon," by Harlen Makemson, Reed W. Smith

The Oral History Project: An Interview with Betty Winfield, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 2010

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Regulating the Regulators: The FCC and Ex Parte Communication Standards, Reed W. Smith

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The Oral History Project: An Interview with Michael Murray, Reed W. Smith

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The Oral History Project: An Interview with Wallace Eberhard, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 2009

"Icons of Talk: The Media Mouths That Changed America," by Donna Halper, Reed W. Smith

The Oral History Project: An Interview with Maureen Beasley, Reed W. Smith

The Oral History Project: An Interview with Patrick Washburn, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 2008

How Two Veteran Journalists in Opposing Media Encouraged a Sense of Community in a Georgia Town, Reed W. Smith

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The Oral History Project: An Interview with Wm. David Sloan: Founder of American Journalism Historians Association, Reed W. Smith

"When to Stop the Cheering? The Black Press, the Black Community, and the Integration of Professional Baseball," by Brian Carroll, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 2007

Why Everybody Loves Raymond: Hegemony and the Centrifugal Discursive Formation of Patriarchy, Chris B. Geyerman and Beverly L. Graham

Addressing Men’s Healthcare: Using Compliance-gaining Behavior and Situational Theory to Re-focus Men’s Health Communication Campaigns, Beverly L. Graham and Pamela G. Bourland-Davis

Submissions from 2003

Managing the Public Relations Internship: Linking the Classroom to the Workplace, Pamela G. Bourland-Davis, Beverly L. Graham, and R. J. Petrausch

Submissions from 1998

Communicating in Public: Key Concepts and Application Activities, Chris B. Geyerman and Beverly L. Graham

Submissions from 1993

Communicating in Public: Key Concepts and Application Activities, Chris B. Geyerman and Beverly L. Graham