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Spring 2019, 2019 DePaul University

Spring 2019

Conversations

Play Ball! The College of Communication kicks off a new degree program in sports communication; Forging Futures: DePaul and Harper College partner to give community college students an easier path to a bachelor's degree; Can We Talk? Associate Professor Tim Cole teaches the art and science of interpersonal communication; Fred Astaire's Dancing Lessons: Professor Dustin Goltz bridges the LGBTQ generation gap with his solo performance piece; Bookshelf; In Pursuit of Impact: Investigative journalist Prabjot "PJ" Randhawa garners her first Emmy Award; Around the College; Accolades: A Life of Purpose and Passion: Communication double major trains at the Climate ...


Toro Times: Raising Our Voices!, Griffee Albaugh, Tiana Andrade, Mitchell Chen, Eric Cho, Kimberly Contreras, Minerva Ipatzi, Natalie Oporta, Jorge Cortes, Wendy Flores, Victoria Sato, David Hernandez, Kendall Hill, Ryan Guzman, Jose Lopez Huerta, Gerard Villaseñor, Isa Basche, Anthony Castro, Adolfo Bello, Raymond Ferman, Paul Callahan, Olivia Coston, Julie Ornelas, Jane Gore, Jiva Jimmons, Sakura Kato, Jessie Latin, Erin Leung, Diana Miranda, Sydnie Partida, Reuben Regalado, Kimberly Velazquez, Isabelle Arriaga, Ezekiel Banda, Angelynn Benitez De La Cruz, Airiale Hernandez, Alana Caires, Katelyn Carbajal, Karly Eastley, Kiaya Estes, Layla Fulton, Leslie Rosales, Bella Ryan, Marisol Gallardo, Krystal Gonzalez, Ciera Ortiz, Brody Shellenbarger, Jackie Solano, Kyra Gallego, Vanessa Garcia, Nhi Vo, Emily Gutierrez, Sarah Hernandez, Keila Pineda, Valerie Quinones, Luke Kudlinski, Samantha Mbodwam, Alexa Muro, Jasmine Nava, Dayana St. Clair, Lizbeth Teran, Heaven Wong 2019 Chapman University

Toro Times: Raising Our Voices!, Griffee Albaugh, Tiana Andrade, Mitchell Chen, Eric Cho, Kimberly Contreras, Minerva Ipatzi, Natalie Oporta, Jorge Cortes, Wendy Flores, Victoria Sato, David Hernandez, Kendall Hill, Ryan Guzman, Jose Lopez Huerta, Gerard Villaseñor, Isa Basche, Anthony Castro, Adolfo Bello, Raymond Ferman, Paul Callahan, Olivia Coston, Julie Ornelas, Jane Gore, Jiva Jimmons, Sakura Kato, Jessie Latin, Erin Leung, Diana Miranda, Sydnie Partida, Reuben Regalado, Kimberly Velazquez, Isabelle Arriaga, Ezekiel Banda, Angelynn Benitez De La Cruz, Airiale Hernandez, Alana Caires, Katelyn Carbajal, Karly Eastley, Kiaya Estes, Layla Fulton, Leslie Rosales, Bella Ryan, Marisol Gallardo, Krystal Gonzalez, Ciera Ortiz, Brody Shellenbarger, Jackie Solano, Kyra Gallego, Vanessa Garcia, Nhi Vo, Emily Gutierrez, Sarah Hernandez, Keila Pineda, Valerie Quinones, Luke Kudlinski, Samantha Mbodwam, Alexa Muro, Jasmine Nava, Dayana St. Clair, Lizbeth Teran, Heaven Wong

Yorba-Chapman Writing Partnership Anthology of Journalistic Writing

During the Spring 2019 semester, Dr. Noah Asher Golden's Teaching of Writing K-12 students partnered with the Journalism class at Yorba Academy for the Arts. Through collaboration over a four-month period, Chapman's future teachers and Yorba's junior high journalists engaged a deep writing process to write a series of features, editorials, and news articles related to a number of global issues. Thank you to Principal Preciado-Martin, former principal Tracy Knibb, Mrs. Andrea Lopez, Mrs. Kori Shelton, and the Lloyd E. and Elisabeth H. Klein Family Foundation for supporting this project.


The Planet, 2019, Spring, Emily Dietzel 2019 Western Washington University

The Planet, 2019, Spring, Emily Dietzel

The Planet

No abstract provided.


Women’S Mental Health In The 19th Century: An Analysis Of Sociocultural Factors Contributing To Oppression Of Women As Communicated By Influential Female Authors Of The Time, Jamie Lovely 2019 University of Maine

Women’S Mental Health In The 19th Century: An Analysis Of Sociocultural Factors Contributing To Oppression Of Women As Communicated By Influential Female Authors Of The Time, Jamie Lovely

Honors College

The purpose of this thesis was to investigate the impact of sociocultural factors of 19th century domestic gender roles, as they affected women’s mental health specifically in the area of depressive disorders. Using modern psychological research on gender-influenced proclivity toward depression as a lens through which to understand 19th century mental health diagnoses, this thesis investigates how these gender-biased diagnoses and treatments compounded the mental health struggles women faced. This thesis employed the use of literary review to examine the lives of women as expressed by female authors during the 19th century through their writing, information about their lives ...


The Importance Of Clothing In 1960s Protest Movements, Nicole Ziege 2019 Western Kentucky University

The Importance Of Clothing In 1960s Protest Movements, Nicole Ziege

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

The 1960s became one of the most tumultuous decades in American history because the decade experienced ideological polarization between the younger and older generations, and there was a mass influx of protests by many from the country’s younger generation in support of political and social changes for the country. Protest movements, including the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women’s liberation movement and the Civil Rights movement, became significant to the political and ideological landscape of the 1960s. Clothing became a central visual tactic to create cohesion between the protesters of these movements in order to make their protests more ...


The Picnic: Fancy Farm's Homecoming, Elijah Smith 2019 Western Kentucky University

The Picnic: Fancy Farm's Homecoming, Elijah Smith

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

The bond of community and the sense of a home are essential to the essence of the human soul. In my documnentary, “The Picnic: Fancy Farm’s Homecoming,” I look to capure that feeling in the community of Fancy Farm, Ky during their biggest fundraising event of the year, the Fancy Farm Picnic. However, there is more to just fundraising when it comes to the Fancy Farm Picnic, there’s also politics, BBQ, and a true feeling of homecoming that is unique to the community of Fancy Farm. The following thesis will double as a production book which is common ...


Klipsun Magazine, 2019, Volume 49, Issue 03 - Spring, Kristina Rivera 2019 Western Washington University

Klipsun Magazine, 2019, Volume 49, Issue 03 - Spring, Kristina Rivera

Klipsun Magazine

Being ourselves takes courage. Courage to be honest and courage to be vulnerable. I chose authenticity as the theme for this issue of Klipsun because I wanted genuine and honest stories. What I received were stories about fighting for identity, what we can learn about ourselves through the lens of cross-cultural psychology, confronting the past to better understand who we are now and more. When we muster up the courage to tell honest, authentic stories like these, it can remind us we’re not alone. Sometimes that’s all we can ask for. When we’re honest with who we ...


The Sword, April 2019, 2019 Concordia University St. Paul

The Sword, April 2019

The Sword

Contents

News

  • Possible Border Closure Could Prove Costly
  • CSP's New Frontier is Across the Freeway
  • Facebook Bans White Nationalism as Social Media Platforms Face Increasing Pressure
  • Governor Walz's Snow Day Bill
  • Nipsy Hussle is Murdered in Los Angeles
  • Minnesota Unveils New Plan to Handle Sexual Assualt Cases
  • MN Passes New Bill: Pharmaceutical Companies to Pay $20 Million to Combat Opioid Abuse
  • New Zealand Increases Restrictive Gun Laws
  • Supreme Court and the Death Penalty
  • The Mueller Report

Opinion

  • Trump Executive Order for College Campus Free Speech
  • The Rise of Dismissed Political Scandals
  • It Took 50 Lives for NZ, How ...


Introduction Of Candidates And Public Perception - How News Media’S Introduction Of Candidates May Affect Public Perception Of The Candidate, Ian W. Memmer 2019 John Carroll University

Introduction Of Candidates And Public Perception - How News Media’S Introduction Of Candidates May Affect Public Perception Of The Candidate, Ian W. Memmer

Masters Essays

This study examines the introduction of candidates in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election by examining 1,666 online articles in 3 cable news and 3 online newspapers covering the day before their announcement, the day of announcement, and the day following the announcement. The amount of coverage and tone of the articles was examined to determine the effects of agenda setting, media polarization, and first impressions. Results found variation in the amount of coverage given to candidates; online newspapers generally gave more coverage than online cable news; media polarization occurred slightly in favorable coverage of candidates but all candidates ...


Introduction Of Candidates And Public Perception - How News Media’S Introduction Of Candidates May Affect Public Perception Of The Candidate, Ian Memmer 2019 John Carroll University

Introduction Of Candidates And Public Perception - How News Media’S Introduction Of Candidates May Affect Public Perception Of The Candidate, Ian Memmer

Masters Essays

This study examines the introduction of candidates in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election by examining 1,666 online articles in 3 cable news and 3 online newspapers covering the day before their announcement, the day of announcement, and the day following the announcement. The amount of coverage and tone of the articles was examined to determine the effects of agenda setting, media polarization, and first impressions. Results found variation in the amount of coverage given to candidates; online newspapers generally gave more coverage than online cable news; media polarization occurred slightly in favorable coverage of candidates but all candidates ...


Framing Feminism: How U.S. And French Media Frame #Metoo And #Balancetonporc From A Feminist Perspective, Kira Erickson 2019 Western Washington University

Framing Feminism: How U.S. And French Media Frame #Metoo And #Balancetonporc From A Feminist Perspective, Kira Erickson

WWU Honors Program Senior Projects

The purpose of this website is to provide a cross-cultural analysis of the .. Me Too" movement in the U.S. and France. These feminist movements are absolutely critical to the ongoing fight against sexual harassment and assault. The creation of this research website explores cultural differences in framing of the subjects in news stories from The New York Times and Le Monde. The #MeToo movement is compared and contrasted with France's counterpart, #BalanceTonPorc.

Website Link:

https://ericks663.wixsite.com/framingfeminism


The Games Behind The Scenes: Newspaper Framing Of Female African American Olympic Athletes, Martin Reece Funderburk 2019 University of South Carolina

The Games Behind The Scenes: Newspaper Framing Of Female African American Olympic Athletes, Martin Reece Funderburk

Theses and Dissertations

Competing in and representing their country in the Olympic games is considered one of the greatest achievements for an athlete. From heroes such as Michael Jordan and the “Dream Team,” to Michael Phelps setting world record after record in the pool, Olympians are remembered as legends to those watching at home. How their amazing achievements at these Olympic games have been framed by the media though is another story. Newspapers have facilitated a platform for a qualitative content analysis on the framing of three female African American Olympic gold medalists that showed statistical significance in terms of the amount of ...


Prospectus, March 28, 2019, Parkland College, Emma Fleming, Nic Hansen, Ayla McDonald, Paul Benson, Chad Beyler 2019 Parkland College

Prospectus, March 28, 2019, Parkland College, Emma Fleming, Nic Hansen, Ayla Mcdonald, Paul Benson, Chad Beyler

Prospectus 2019

Humans of Parkland: Nour Kibech, The Human Library is coming to Parkland College, Support Illinois Literacy with UC Books To Prisoners, Parkland to Screen the Documentary, Free Cece, Four Cobras Honored with Conference, Region Awards


The Cowl - Vol. Lxxxiii No. 21 - March 28, 2019, 2019 Providence College

The Cowl - Vol. Lxxxiii No. 21 - March 28, 2019

The Cowl

The Cowl - student newspaper of Providence College. Vol. LXXXIII No. 21 - March 28, 2019. 24 pages.


Cedars, March 2019, Cedarville University 2019 Cedarville University

Cedars, March 2019, Cedarville University

Cedars

No abstract provided.


Spartan Daily, March 28, 2019, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2019 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily, March 28, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily, 2019

Volume 152, Issue 28


Spartan Daily, March 27, 2019, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2019 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily, March 27, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily, 2019

Volume 152, Issue 27


The Prospector, March 26, 2019, UTEP Student Publications 2019 University of Texas at El Paso

The Prospector, March 26, 2019, Utep Student Publications

The Prospector

Headline: Border Challenges Increase


Spartan Daily, March 26, 2019, San Jose State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications 2019 San Jose State University

Spartan Daily, March 26, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications

Spartan Daily, 2019

Volume 152, Issue 26


The Cowl - Vol. Lxxxiii No. 20 - March 21, 2019, 2019 Providence College

The Cowl - Vol. Lxxxiii No. 20 - March 21, 2019

The Cowl

The Cowl - student newspaper of Providence College. Vol. LXXXIII No. 20 - March 21, 2019. 24 pages.


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