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- King, Stephen, "Public Memory, Historical Amnesia and the Shack Up Inn," I'm Feeling the Blues Right Now: Blues Tourism and the Mississippi Delta, Univ Press of Mississippi, 2011, 140-163 (click Chapter 6 in the left-hand sidebar and use the down arrow to page through the chapter.)
- Morris, C.E., "My Old Kentucky Homo: Lincoln and the Politics of Queer Public Memory," Framing Public Memory, Univ of Alabama Press, 2004, 89-114 (click the + box for Part One, in the left-hand sidebar, and then Chapter 4; use the down arrow to page through the chapter.)
- Gronbeck, Bruce, "The Rhetorics of the Past: History, Argument and Collective Memory," Doing Rhetorical History: Concepts and Cases, Univ of Alabama Press, 1998, 47-60 (click the + box for the title link, in the left-hand sidebar, then the + box at Part One, the + box at Chapter 3, and the 3 sub-chapter links; use the down arrows to page through the sub-chapters.)
- Philipsen, G., "Speaking in its Cultural Context," Speaking Culturally: Explorations in Social Communication, SUNY Press, 1992, 3-17 (click the title + box, and the Part One and Chapter One + boxes, in the left-hand sidebar.)
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- Anderson, James and Baym, Geoffrey, "Philosophies and Philosophic Issues in Communication, 1995-2004," Journal of Communication, 54, 2000, 589-615.
- Berger, Arthur Asa, "Tourism as a Postmodern Semiotic Activity," Semiotica, 183 (4), 2011, 105-119.
- Bitzer, Lloyd, "The Rhetorical Situation," Philosophy and Rhetoric, 1, 1968, 46-55.
- Bronstein, Carol, "Representing the Third Wave: Mainstream Print Media Framing of a New Feminist Movement," Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 82 (4), 2005, 783-803.
- Brummett, Barry, "Some Implications of 'Process' or 'Intersubjectivity': Postmodern Rhetoric," Philosophy and Rhetoric, 9 (1), 1976, 21-51.
- Craig, R.T., "Communication Theory as a Field," Communication Theory, 9, 1999, 119-161.
- Eadie, W.F., "Stories We Tell: Fragmentation and Convergence in Communication Disciplinary History," Review of Communication, 11 (3), 2011, 161-176.
- Foss, S.K. and Griffen, C.L., "Beyond Persuasion: A Proposal for an Invitational Rhetoric," Communication Monographs, 62 (1), 1995, 143-157.
- Lozano-Reich, N.M. and Cloud, D.L., "The Uncivil Tongue: Invitational Rhetoric and the Problem of Inequality," Western Journal of Communication, 73 (2), 2009, 220-226.
- McCombs, M.E. and Shaw, D.L., "The Agenda-setting Function of Mass Media," Public Opinion Quarterly, 36, 1972, 176-187.
- Morgan, M. and Shanahan, J., "The State of Cultivation," Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 54 (2), 2010, 337-355.
- Scheufele, D.A. and Tewksbury, D., "Framing, Agenda Setting, and Priming: The Evolution of Three Media Effects Models," Journal of Communication, 57 (1), 2007, 9-20.
- Vatz, Richard, "The Myth of the Rhetorical Situation," Philosophy and Rhetoric, 6 (3), 1973, 154-161.
- Williams, Dmitri, "Virtual Cultivation: Online Worlds, Offline Perceptions," Journal of Communication, 56, 2006, 69-87.
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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.
- Beniger, J. R., "Who Are the Most Important Theorists of Communication?" Communication Research, 17(5), 1990,698-715.
- Brummett, Barry, "Classical Greek Heritage," Reading Rhetorical Theory, Harcourt, 2000, 21-29.
- Brummett, Barry, "Gorgias," Reading Rhetorical Theory, Harcourt, 2000, 46-106.
- Brummett, Barry, "The Rhetoric of Aristotle," Reading Rhetorical Theory, Harcourt, 2000, 141-189.
- Conquergood, Dwight, "Homeboys and Hoods: Gang Communication and Cultural Space," Group Communication in Context: Studies of Natural Groups, Lawrence Erlbaum, 1994, 23-55.
- Gatchet, Roger, "I've Got Some Antique in Me: The Discourse of Authenticity and Identity in the African American Blues Community in Austin, Texas," Oral History Review, 39 (2), 2012, 207-229.
- Gerbner, G., "Living with Television: The Dynamics of the Cultivation Process," Perspectives on Media Effects, Lawrence Erlbaum, 1986, 17-40.
- Harris, Richard J., "The Impact of Sexually Explicit Media," Media Effects: Advances in Theory and Research, Lawrence Erlbaum, 1994, 247-272.
- McCombs, M.E. and Shaw, D.L., "The Evolution of Agenda-setting Research: Twenty-five Years in the Marketplace of Ideas," Journal of Communication, 43 (2), 1993, 58-67.
- McLuhan, M., "The Medium is the Message," Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, McGraw-Hill, 1964, 7-47.
- Peirce, C.S., "What is a Sign? Theorizing Communication: Readings Across Traditions, Sage, 2007, 177-182.
- Switzer, J.Y., et al., "Semiotic Communication: A Dialogue with Thomas A. Seboek," Southern Communication Journal, 55, 1990, 388-401.
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