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Motivating language: Creating a culture of job satisfaction and performance
Sophistic rhetoric in contemporary presidential speech
Differences in adult discourse due to ethnically diverse picture stimuli
A novel variable FEC scheme to reduce ECC overhead in digital video transmission
Status updates: An analysis of privacy on social networking websites
Believing in the church of baseball: Fan rhetoric and the baseball stadium
From the right or the left: Generation Y and their views on piracy, copyright, and file sharing
A qualitative examination of how equal opportunity and diversity factors are communicated to African American airmen
Determination of preference, word count and content units for two types of photographic stimuli presented to African American adults
Advertising in the fashion industry: The effects of socially provocative advertising on attitude toward the advertisement, the brand and consumer purchase intentions
Faculty on Facebook: A statistical analysis of its importance
Defensive and supportive communication
Molding the past: The rhetoric and construction of memory in everyday life
How the popularity of a sport affects the use of athletes in print advertisements: A content analysis using the meaning transfer model
Moved by the spirit: Evangelical sermons in modernist literature
Humor vs. humour in "The Office": The necessary adaption of television humor from the British market to the American market
De Chirico meets Frankenstein: The influence of Pittura Metafisica on the style of "Son of Frankenstein"
Challenging the racial paradigm: Rhetoric of the contemporary multiracial movement
The effectiveness of self- and peer-review on communication apprehension and speech performance of undergraduate students
An exploration of the roles of communication apprehension, online technology self-efficacy, and retention in an online public speaking course
Does powerful language training affect student participation, impression formation, and gender communication in online discussions?
Effects of Relevance- and Confidence-enhancing motivational strategies, suggested strategies, and statements on academic performance and course satisfaction in undergraduate students of a blended public speaking course
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