Communication Research Works
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(2019)Crisis leadership is fundamental to preventing, preparing for, managing, and learning from crises. Despite leadership during crises being heavily reliant on communicative processes, the research record predominantly reduces ...
(1988-02-22)Argues that from defense and media coverage of the Vietnam War, an image of the character and activities of those fighting the war emerged. Within the defense of the war two justifications fought for dominance: a romantic ...
(2012-11)Explores the state of divided politics in 2012, positing the virtue of disagreement but seeing it as potentially productive or destructive. Identifies the characteristics of productive disagreement.
Another Episode in the Great American Adventure: A Fictional Play (based on a speech by Richard Nixon "The Cambodia Strike," April 30, 1970 (Moments in Contemporary Rhetoric and Communication, 1972)A fictional representation of the writing of the speech in which Richard Nixon justified to the Nation the incursion into Cambodia.
(2002)Exploration of the relationship between the public sphere and the political sphere. Key rhetorical concepts that mediate the relationship between them are explored.