Communication Studies

Publication covering communication, language and linguistics.

Articles from Vol. 56, No. 2, June

A Covenant-Affirming Jeremiad: The Post-Presidential Ideological Appeals of Ronald Wilson Reagan
During Ronald Reagan's presidency, there seemed to be a strong consensus that Reaganism was a synonym for passive leadership, recklessness, and extremism in both domestic and foreign policy. Scholars predicted the worst for his presidency and his legacy....
Communication of Social Support to Sexual Harassment Victims: Professors' Responses to a Student's Narrative of Unwanted Sexual Attention
The narratives that victims tell of their experiences with sexual harassment illuminate how this enduring problem affects victims' lives. [1] In the university setting, studies document the continuing impact of sexual harassment on female students,...
Editorial
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...
How Does Central Rock? the 2004 CSCA Keynote Address
The theme of the 2004 Central States Communication Association convention, "Central Rocks," inspired us to question how Central rocks. This paper is our initial answer to that question. A quick look at the history of our discipline shows Central rocks...
The Influence of Instructional Technology Use on Students' Affect: Do Course Designs and Biological Sex Make a Difference?
The use of instructional technologies to deliver course content has been truly explosive, and continued technological advancements have fostered an increase in technology use in the college classroom (Downing & Garmon, 2001). As the use of instructional...
Women Caught in the Multi-Causal Web: A Gendered Analysis of Healthy People 2010
Healthy People 2010 is firmly dedicated to the principle that--regardless of age, gender, race, or ethnicity, income, education, geographic location, disability, and sexual orientation--every person in every community across the Nation ...
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