Academic journal article Communication Studies

Editorial

Academic journal article Communication Studies

Editorial

Article excerpt

Welcome to this issue of Communication Studies (CS)! If you're perusing us for the first time, we hope you will soon return. And if you're a return visitor or subscriber, we are very pleased that you have chosen to spend some of your valuable time with us. Feel free to drop into the CS website also: http://www.class.uh.edu/comm/commstudies

Consistent with CS' large scholarly scope, this issue features an excellent range of articles.

* The lead article, by Paul Turman and Paul Schrodt, addresses some pressing questions that many teachers and graduate students alike have pondered. And it is a topic that should continue to be explored for many years to come.

* The second article, by Shereen Bingham and Karen Battey, delves into the emotionally-charged area of sexual harassment by examining the responses of professors to student narratives detailing such ethical and legal violations.

* The third article, by John M. Jones and Robert Rowland, provides a rhetorical lens to facilitate a provocative examination of the late American President, Ronald Reagan, also hailed as the "Great Communicator," and the impact of key appeals. …

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