This collection includes faculty and staff scholarship from the Department of Communication, in the College of Arts & Sciences. For more information about what types of scholarship may be included, please see our Collection Policy.

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Submissions from 2022

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On (not) seeing the chicken: Perdue, animal welfare, and the failure of transparency, Calvin Coker and Rachel A. Coker

Submissions from 2021

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“With Facebook, you have a voice:” Neoliberalism and Activism in Mark Zuckerberg’s Georgetown Address, Calvin Coker and Ryan Corso-Gonzales

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This is a patriotism check: Political economy, corruption, and duty to America in the 2020 primary debates, Calvin Coker and Joel L. Reed

Submissions from 2020

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Absurdity in the Statehouse: Burlesque Legislation and the Politics of Rejection, Calvin Coker

Submissions from 2018

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From Exemptions to Censorship: Religious Liberty and Victimhood in Obergefell v. Hodges, Calvin Coker

Submissions from 2017

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Harriet Tubman, Women on 20s, and Intersectionality: Public memory and the redesign of US currency, Calvin Coker

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Murder, Miscarriage, and Women’s Choice: Prudence in the Colorado Personhood Debate, Calvin Coker

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Recasting the Founding Fathers: The Tea Party, neoliberalism, and American myth, Calvin Coker

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Romney, Obama, and the 47%: Gaffes and Representative Anecdotes in the 2012 Presidential Campaign, Calvin Coker