Week 2 Assignment – Scavenger Hunt
Friday, September 6, 2013
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Brooks, Bradley W., Burson, Timothy E. and Pupchek, Leanne (2010). “Skydive Carolina – ‘Welcome to my world’”. Journal of Critical Incidents 3 (issue #), 110-116.
Brooks, Bradley W. & Cox, Steven M. and White, Zachary M. (2012). Spirit Airlines controversial promotional campaigns. Journal of Case Studies 30 (2), 44-58.
El-Nawawy, Mohammed and Khamis, Sahar (2012). Divergent identities in the virtual Islamic public sphere: A case study of the English discussion forum ‘Islamonline’. Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research 5 (1), 31-48. DOI: 10.1386/jammr.5.1.31_1
McArthur, John (2011). ‘What happened?’ Teaching attribution theory through ambiguous prompts. Communication Teacher 25 (1), 32-36. DOI: 10.1080/17404622.2010.528001
Moss, Michael (February 20, 2013). The extraordinary science of addictive junk Food. The New York Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/magazine/the-extraordinary-science-of-junk-food.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
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Payne, David (1989). The Wizard of Oz: Therapeutic Rhetoric in a Contemporary Media Ritual. Quarterly Journal of Speech 75 (1), 25-40.
Pupchek, Leanne (2010). A Review of: “Carolyn Ellis, Revision: Autoethnographic Reflections on Life and Work. Southern Communication Journal 75 (4), 454-456. DOI: 10.1080/1041794x.2010.504462
Reinagel, Monica M.S., L.D./N. (2009, 30 September). “Junk Food in Disguise” [Nutrition Diva]. Retrieved from http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/healthy-eating/junk-food-disguise
Schuldt, Jonathon P. (2013). “Does Green Mean Healthy? Nutrition Label Color Affects Perceptions of Healthfulness.” Health Communication. DOI: 10.1-80/10410236.2012.725270
Schwartz, Marlene B., Kunkel, Dale & DeLucia, Sarah (2013). “Food Marketing to Youth: Pervasive, Powerful, and Pernicious.” Communication Research Trends, Volume 32 (Issue 2), p4-13.
Zorn, Theodore E. & Gregory, Kimberly Weller (2005). “Learning the Ropes Together: Assimilation and Friendship Development Among First-Year Male Medical Students.” Health Communication, Volume 17 (Issue 3), p211-231. DOI: 10.1207/s15327027hc1703_1