Communication 545

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These entries are available as eBooks. Click the links and follow the instructions for accessing the appropriate chapters. Enter your ENMU ID number at the remote authentication screen, if requested.

  • 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; use the arrow at the bottom of the screen 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 arrow at the bottom of the screen 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, and the + box and link at Chapter 3; use the arrow at the bottom of the screen to page through the chapter.)
  • Philipsen, G., "Speaking in its Cultural Context," Speaking Culturally: Explorations in Social Communication, SUNY Press, 1992, 3-17 (click the title + box, the Part One + box, and the Chapter One link, in the left-hand sidebar; use the arrow at the bottom of the screen to page through the chapter.)

 

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