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Keeping The Promise, Erik Ugland, Karen Slattery Apr 2006

Keeping The Promise, Erik Ugland, Karen Slattery

Erik Ugland

No abstract provided.


Corporations Threaten Free Speech, Lawrence Soley Dec 2005

Corporations Threaten Free Speech, Lawrence Soley

Lawrence Soley

No abstract provided.


Girls, Media, And The Negotiation Of Sexuality: A Study Of Race, Class And Gender In Adolescent Girls’ Peer Groups, Meenakshi Durham Dec 2005

Girls, Media, And The Negotiation Of Sexuality: A Study Of Race, Class And Gender In Adolescent Girls’ Peer Groups, Meenakshi Durham

Meenakshi Gigi Durham

No abstract provided.


Response To Douglas Kellner, Meenakshi Durham Dec 2005

Response To Douglas Kellner, Meenakshi Durham

Meenakshi Gigi Durham

No abstract provided.


Presentation Skills, William Thorn Dec 2005

Presentation Skills, William Thorn

William Thorn

No abstract provided.


Selling Truth: How Nike’S Advertising To Women Claimed A Contested Reality, Joyce Wolburg, Jean Grow Dec 2005

Selling Truth: How Nike’S Advertising To Women Claimed A Contested Reality, Joyce Wolburg, Jean Grow

Joyce Wolburg

No abstract provided.


Private Censorship, Corporate Power, Lawrence Soley Dec 2005

Private Censorship, Corporate Power, Lawrence Soley

Lawrence Soley

No abstract provided.


College Students’ Responses To Anti-Smoking Messages, Joyce Wolburg Dec 2005

College Students’ Responses To Anti-Smoking Messages, Joyce Wolburg

Joyce Wolburg

No abstract provided.


Searching For ‘The Sane Society’: Eric Fromm’S Contributions To Social Theory, Bonnie Brennen Dec 2005

Searching For ‘The Sane Society’: Eric Fromm’S Contributions To Social Theory, Bonnie Brennen

Bonnie Brennen

No abstract provided.


The Blogosphere And The New Pamphleteers, Donald J. Kochan Dec 2005

The Blogosphere And The New Pamphleteers, Donald J. Kochan

Donald J. Kochan

The future of the free dissemination of information lies in the blog, some may say. The internet has entirely transformed how we receive and consume information. It’s the newest incarnation of information dissemination. From the insights of Alexis de Tocqueville, “Feelings and opinions are recruited, the heart is enlarged, and the human mind is developed only by the reciprocal influence of men upon one another.” Bloggers are a powerful force in the distribution of information and ideas and the creation of communities of conversation. Throughout history, the dissemination of information, news, opinions, and ideas has continuously transformed. In the ...