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- Brummett, Barry, "Gun-culture Style and its Rhetoric in the United States," A Rhetoric of Style, SIU Press, 2008, 149-170.
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- Barthes, Roland, "The World of Wrestling," Steel Chair to the Head: The Pleasure and Pain of Professional Wrestling, Duke Univ Press, 2005, 23-32.
- Conquergood, Dwight, "Homeboys and Hoods: Gang Communication and Cultural Space," Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University, 1983, 23-55.
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- Fisher, Walter, "Reaffirmation and Subversion of the American Dream," Quarterly Journal of Speech, 59 (2), 1973, 160-167.
- Philipsen, Gerry, "Speaking 'Like a Man' in Teamsterville: Culture Patterns of Role Enactment in an Urban Neighborhood," Quarterly Journal of Speech, 61, 1975, 13-22.
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- Truth, Sojourner, "Ain't I A Woman," speech delivered in 1851 at the Women's Convention in Akron, Ohio.
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