CMS 386P Metaphor in Communication
CMS 386P Perspective-Taking in Communication
CMS 390R Rhetoric and the Public Sphere
CMS 390R The Subject
CMS 390S Narratives in Organizations
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Browning, L. D. (1991). Organizational narratives and organizational structure, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 4, 59-67.
Gunn, Joshua, "Agency," and "Ideology," entries for the Encyclopedia of Communication Theory, edited by Stephen Littlejohn and Karen Foss (2010): forthcoming.
Gunn, Joshua, "Answering Machines and the Voice Abject." Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 3 (March 2007): http://liminalities.net/3-1/machine/machine.htm
Gunn, Joshua, "Zombie Trouble: A Propaeductic on Ideology and the Unconscious," co-authored with Shaun Treat. Quarterly Journal of Speech 91 (May 2005; printed October 2006): 144-174.
Gunn, Joshua, "Refitting Fantasy: Psychoanalysis, Subjectivity, and Talking to the Dead." Quarterly Journal of Speech 90 (February 2004): 1-23.
Gunn, Joshua, "'Ouija Board, Are There Any Communications?' Agency, Ontotheology, and the Death of the Humanist Subject," co-authored with Christian Lundberg. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 35 (Fall 2005): 83-105.
Gunn, Joshua, "Dead Subjects: A Rejoinder to Lundberg on (a) Psychoanalytic Rhetoric." Forum essay. Quarterly Journal of Speech 90 (November 2004): 501-513.
McGlone, M.S., & Pfiester, R.A. (2009). Does time fly when you're having fun, or do you? Affect, agency, and embodiment in temporal communication. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 28, 3-31.
McGlone, M.S., & Aronson, J. (2007). Forewarning and forearming stereotype-threatened students. Communication Education, 56, 119-133.
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Stephens, K. K., & Dailey, S. (2012). Situated organizational identification in newcomers: Impacts of preentry organizational exposure. Management Communication Quarterly, 26, 402-422.
Scott, C. R., & Stephens, K. K. (2009). It depends on who you’re talking to… : Predictors and outcomes of situated measures of organizational identification. Western Journal of Communication, 73, 370-394.
Angela Aguayo (Ph.D., 2005), assistant professor, Southern Illinois University. Dissertation: "Documentary Film/Video and Social Change: A Rhetorical Investigation of Dissent."
Lana Marlow (Ph.D., 2004), assistant professor, San Angelo State University. Dissertation: "Mothers in Prison, Women’s Autobiography, and Activism."
Courtney Dillard (Ph.D., 2002), formerly assistant professor, Willamette University (now working in Oregon politics and social movements). Dissertation: "The Rhetorical Dimensions of Radical Flank Effects: Investigations Into the Influence of Emerging Radical Voices on the Rhetoric of Long-standing Moderate Organizations in Two Social Movements."