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Quarterly Journal of Speech, Volume 102, Issue 1, February 2016


Submitted by syntaxfactory on February 16, 2016 - 12:13pm


Quarterly Journal of Speech, Volume 102, Issue 1, February 2016 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.

This new issue contains the following articles:

Articles

“A man's mouth is his castle”: The midcentury fluoridation controversy and the visceral public
Jenell Johnson
Pages: 1-20 | DOI: 10.1080/00335630.2015.1135506

The art of self-concretization as a necropolitical embodiment: The self-immolation of Chun Tae-il
Young Cheon Cho
Pages: 21-40 | DOI: 10.1080/00335630.2015.1136073

The agricultural figures of Darwin's evolutionary rhetoric

 

New Documentary - "Remixing Colorblind"


Submitted by syntaxfactory on February 16, 2016 - 12:09pm


New Documentary - "Remixing Colorblind"

Rider University, Associate Professor of Communication and Journalism, is the writer, producer and director of a new documentary film titled, Remixing Colorblind premiering in Philadelphia, PA this month.

Synopsis:

At a time when we are seeing an explosion in race-related problems on college campuses across the country, Dr. Howard‘s documentary offers a complex look at a conversation this country has not fully and honestly engaged in.

 

Media, Culture & Society


Submitted by syntaxfactory on January 26, 2016 - 5:21pm


Media, Culture & Society
March 2016; Vol. 38, No. 2
Original Articles
Football on television: how has coverage of the Cup Finals in Norway changed from 1961 to 1995?
Mona Kristin Solvoll

Ratings, the state and globalization: the politics of television audience measurement in Israel
Jerome Bourdon and Nahuel Ribke

TV-centrism and politicisation in Italy: obstacles to new media development and pluralism
Alessio Cornia

News translation: global or cosmopolitan connections?
Esperanza Bielsa

 

Technical Communication Quarterly


Submitted by syntaxfactory on January 16, 2016 - 4:05pm


Technical Communication Quarterly, Volume 25, Issue 1, January-March 2016 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.

Articles
Food Fights: Cookbook Rhetorics, Monolithic Constructions of Womanhood, and Field Narratives in Technical Communication
Marie E. Moeller & Erin A. Frost
Pages: 1-11 | DOI: 10.1080/10572252.2016.1113025

Articles
The Pedagogy of Usability: An Analysis of Technical Communication Textbooks, Anthologies, and Course Syllabi and Descriptions
Felicia Chong
Pages: 12-28 | DOI: 10.1080/10572252.2016.1113073

Articles
A Version of Access

 

Memory Studies January 2016; Vol. 9, No. 1


Submitted by syntaxfactory on December 30, 2015 - 5:07pm


Memory Studies
January 2016; Vol. 9, No. 1
Editorial
Memory | Materiality | Sensuality
Lindsey A Freeman, Benjamin Nienass, and Rachel Daniell

Articles
The objects that lived: The 9/11 Museum and material transformation
Marita Sturken

Imperial designs: Remembering Vietnam at the US–Mexico border wall
Victoria Hattam

The Berlin Wall after the Berlin Wall: Site into sight
Jonathan Bach

Guidebooks, postcards, and panoramas: The building of Montserrat through modern mass media
Josep-Maria Garcia-Fuentes

Atomic childhood around 1980
Lindsey A Freeman

 

Theory, Culture & Society January 2016; Vol. 33, No. 1


Submitted by syntaxfactory on December 18, 2015 - 4:17pm


Theory, Culture & Society
January 2016; Vol. 33, No. 1
Articles
Daring the Truth: Foucault, Parrhesia and the Genealogy of Critique
Andreas Folkers

Computer Algorithms, Market Manipulation and the Institutionalization of High Frequency Trading
Jakob Arnoldi

How is Bitcoin Money?
Ole Bjerg

Social Media, Financial Algorithms and the Hack Crash
Tero Karppi and Kate Crawford

Zones of Indeterminacy: Art, Body and Politics in Daoist Thought
Peng Yu

Fascism and Post-National Europe: Drieu La Rochelle and Alain de Benoist
Alberto Spektorowski

Notes & Commentary

 

Science, Technology & Human Values Special Issue: Governing Algorithms January 2016; Vol. 41, No. 1


Submitted by syntaxfactory on December 3, 2015 - 9:15am


Science, Technology & Human Values
Special Issue: Governing Algorithms
January 2016; Vol. 41, No. 1

 

Public Understanding of Science November 2015; Vol. 24, No. 8


Submitted by syntaxfactory on October 7, 2015 - 9:02pm


Public Understanding of Science
November 2015; Vol. 24, No. 8
Editorial
PUS has gone global in documenting the local culture of science
Martin W. Bauer

Invited Essay
Mapping science communication scholarship in China: Content analysis on breadth, depth and agenda of published research
Linjia Xu, Biaowen Huang, and Guosheng Wu

Articles
The ‘credibility paradox’ in China’s science communication: Views from scientific practitioners
Joy Yueyue Zhang

Come rain or shine? Public expectation on local weather change and differential effects on climate change attitude

 

Business and Professional Communication Quarterly September 2015; Vol. 78, No. 3


Submitted by syntaxfactory on September 16, 2015 - 1:33pm


Business and Professional Communication Quarterly
September 2015; Vol. 78, No. 3
Editorial
The Ubiquitousness of PowerPoint
Melinda Knight

Articles
Why Do Scholars Use PowerPoint the Way They Do?
Brigitte Hertz, Cees van Woerkum, and Peter Kerkhof

Slip-Sliding-Away: A Review of the Literature on the Constraining Qualities of PowerPoint
Sebastian Kernbach, Sabrina Bresciani, and Martin J. Eppler

Teaching Real-World Applications of Business Statistics Using Communication to Scaffold Learning
Gareth P. Green, Stacey Jones, and John C. Bean

 

Call for Reviews, Technoculture


Submitted by syntaxfactory on September 15, 2015 - 6:10pm


Call for Reviews, Technoculture

Hi, I am Lillie Connor-Flores, a second year masters student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. I am the current reviews and critical web editor of Technoculture.

Technoculture is an online, peer-reviewed journal focusing on the way technology impacts society. We are seeking reviews on the following texts for our sixth volume, "It's Magic!" focusing on the tropes that associate technology with magic and vice versa.

The texts are:

The Imaginary App, Paul Miller and Svitlana Matviyenko