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Submissions from 2018

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Seeing Bullshit Rhetorically: Human Encounters and Cultural Values, Leonard Shedletsky

Submissions from 2017

Intrapersonal Communication, Leonard Shedletsky PhD

Submissions from 2016

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Ralph Blumenthal Talk, Ralph Blumenthal

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Ralph Blumenthal Talk - Workshop, Ralph Blumenthal

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Addressing Microaggressions: Transgressing the Line Between Professional and Social Activism, Karla Scott, Victoria DeFrancisco, and Maureen Ebben

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‘Humanitarian intervention’, a predictable narrative? A comparative analysis of media narratives from Serbia to Syria, Christian Vukasovich PhD

Submissions from 2014

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Unpacking MOOC scholarly discourse: a review of nascent MOOC scholarship, Maureen Ebben and Julien Murphy

AMC’s Mad Men and the Politics of Nostalgia [Book Chapter], David Pierson PhD

Cases on Teaching Critical Thinking Through Visual Representation Strategies, Leonard J. Shedletsky and Jeffrey S. Beaudry

Books from 2013

Breaking Bad: Critical Essays on the Contexts, Politics, Style, and Reception of the Television Series, David P. Pierson

Submissions from 2012

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Whatever happened to Tanjug?: Re-loading memory for an understanding of the global news system, Christian Vukasovich PhD

Books from 2011

The Fugitive, David P. Pierson

Books from 2010

Critical Thinking in Discussion: Online versus Face-to-Face [Book Chapter], Leonard Shedletsky PhD

Cases on Online Discussion and Interaction: Experiences and Outcomes, Leonerd Shedletsky and Joan E. Aitken