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Submissions from 2021

Embodying History: Hip-Hop Dance as Resistance and Protest, Sarah E. McCarroll

The Key Plays: A House Divided, Sarah E. McCarroll

Submissions from 2010

How Everyone Loves Raymond: The hegemonic function of gender, class, and nationalism, Beverly L. Graham and Chris B. Geyerman

Internationalizing the communication curriculum: The China experience, Beverly L. Graham, Chris B. Geyerman, and K. S. Berry

Potential Utility of incorporating compliance- gaining behavior theory for men’s healthcare messages, Beverly L. Graham and Urkovia Jacob-Andrews

Submissions from 1997

Improving the internship experience through MBO: A content analysis of student internship goals, Beverly L. Graham and Pamela Bourland-Davis

Student intern's perspectives on goals, Beverly L. Graham and Pamela Bourland-Davis

Informal social support of rural American patients with HIV+, Beverly L. Graham and M. K. Pung

A Qualitative Analysis of the Family When Television Entered the American Home, Reed W. Smith

Submissions from 1996

Ohio Academy of History, Reed Smith

Mass Communication Research Competition, Reed W. Smith