Index to Journals in Communication Studies Through 1979

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Speech Communication Association, 1980 - Communication - 531 pages
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Contents

Table of Contents 1
51
An Experimental Study of Individual Vocal
52
Clinical Aids in Fundamental Courses
53
An Interpretation of the TimesWilliam
54
Public Speaking in the Adult SchoolHugh
55
Artistic InterpretationPaul M Pearson
57
Systems of SpeechE W Scripture 3334
58
Booker T Washington and the Myth of Johnson 5970
59
Speech in a Nation at WarJohn D Han
271
Public Speaking as a Means in Education
273
Contemporary Public Address as a Research
274
SuggestionEdwin H Paget 275278
275
The Speaker in Relation to HimselfMrs
276
The Liberal ArtsNecessaryMary Gwen
277
How D L Moody Held AttentionRollin
278
The Princess ChoiceMargaret Rabe 279
279

Can the Colleges Use Low Power FM?
61
Debate and the Measurement of Attitudes
62
Interscholastic Debates in Relation to
63
A National Theatre in AmericaC Lawton
64
En Attendant Fin de Luni
66
An Appraisal of the Teaching Methods
67
Suggestions as to Methods in ResearchC
69
Language and Laughter in Shavian Comedy
70
The General Speech MajorDonald E Har
71
Oral English in Secondary SchoolsJohn M
72
Fundamental Objectives of a Teacher
73
The Expert Judge of DebateLew R Sarett
75
Trends in Speech PathologyCharles
76
Hamlet on the Eighteenth Century Stage
78
Wilsons Rapport with His AudienceRob
79
The Drama in High School DramaticsAr
80
Voice Training in Normal SchoolsLous
81
The Rhetorical Influence of Henry Ward
82
VOLUME VI
83
Parliamentary Law in the Speech Curricu
84
Introducing the Speech ProgramIrene
85
The Work of the Standards Study Com
86
Some Considera
87
A SixMonth Report on the Personality
88
Presidential Motives for WarRobert L 2684 Colloquy II The Facts in the Case of Henry
89
Practical Aspects of the High School
90
Brechts Shavian SaintBernard F Dukore
91
Toward a Theory of InterpretationJeri
92
Some Current Problems in Contest Speech
93
ConversationO W Kolberg 9498
94
Experimental and Statistical Research
95
The Use of CrossExamination in Debate
97
Training in the Technique of Speech in
100
Introduction to Cybernetics and Information
102
COMMUNICATION JOURNAL
104
The Rhetoric of Oratory and How to Teach
106
Declamation in the Small SchoolOpal Hos
107
Modern Pioneer in Public SpeakingRay
108
Conversation in the Speech Curriculum
109
Intelligence and Ability in Public Perform
110
Argumentation and Debate in High Schools
112
76 An Approach to the Problem of Oral Style
114
April 1932
115
February 1920
116
An Overview
117
Novelties Real and Fancied in the Teach
118
The Genesis of John Quincy Adams Lec
119
Rating a Speakers Natural Voice when
120
Speakers ChallengeMalvina Lindsay 121
121
Gregg Phifcr 455462
122
Adapting Courses in Interpretation to
123
Electing TimeEdwin Black 125129
125
Personal Addresses in the Plays of ONeill
126
A Bibliography of Rhetoric and Public
127
Western Journal of Speech Communication PN 4071 W45
128
The Sounding of a PoemDonald
129
April 1937
130
The Status of Speech Defectives in Military
131
The Teaching of Speech Through the Audi
132
The Last Speech of William PittLoren
133
A Roentgenological Method of Measuring
134
Kenneth Burke and the New Rhetoric
135
Radios Early ProspectorsThe Critics
136
War Responsibilities of the Speech Correc
137
Idea Development in Small Discussion Groups
138
Organization of the Work in Speech Correc
140
Speech Education in the United States Col
141
A Distinctive
142
Public Speaking in the Army Training Pro
143
Some Problems of Scope and Method
145
The Rhetoric of Political ProtestHarry
146
CENTRAL STATES SPEECH
149
A Curriculum Plan for a Major in Play
150
Early American Works on Speech Training
151
Truth and Consequences or Stanislavsky
152
A Philosophy for Rhetoric From Bertrand
153
Effects of Phonological Speech Foreignness Vandenbergs Dramatic Conversion
154
Minister of St GilesJames L
155
Pioneering in SpeechThomas Clarkson
156
The Probability of a WordAtom Hypothesis
157
Speech and the Talking PicturesRay
159
Opportunities for Service in Departments
160
Psychiatric Factors in Speech Correction
162
Rhetoric as ActMalcolm O Sillars 277284
163
Some Platonic Influences in the Rhetorical
164
The Specialization of Roles and Functions
165
Speech and the Learning ProcessC
166
A Logic of Discussion MethodDouglas
167
Challenge to Rhetorical Educa
169
A New System of DebateCharles H
170
The Standardization of First Year Courses
172
John Quincy Adams II and the Regenerate
173
Renaissance and Medieval Antecedents
174
Bilingualism in the SouthwestKlonda
175
Speech and HearingRobert West 177188
177
Public Speaking in a Military CollegeKarl
178
In the Regional JournalsBarnet Basker
179
The Advent of Scene Design in England
180
The Project Method in Speech Education
181
Myerhold and Constructivism in the Rus
182
A8512 19721979
184
The Presidents PageLoren Reid
185
Missouri Public School Speech Education
186
October 1976
187
The Project Method in the Teaching
188
Corax and ProbabilityBromley Smith
190
Traits of Articulate LanguageR
191
An Introductory College Course in Dramat
192
Training in Speech and Changes in Person
193
Speech Education in Gary Indiana
194
Two Years Experience with Recording
195
Unity of Effort in Speech EducationAlice
196
Leopold Jessners Theories of Dramatic
197
Persuasion and EthicsB J Diggs 359373
198
VOLUME I
199
June 197
200
Greek Derivatives in the Technical Vocabu
201
Vocabulary BuildingBromley Smith 202
202
Explos1ves in SpeechJames Murray 203204
203
The Extent of Correction by Speech Ther
206
The Speech Curriculum in Teachers Col
207
Hyphenated Speech CoursesJ Stanley
208
One World In ActingIlia Motvleff 209
209
An Engineer Looks at the Problems
210
The Theater of Ideology in Nazi Germany
211
Principles and MethodsCharles
212
A Historical Sketch of InterCollegiate
213
Equipment for the Radio Speaking Course
214
Some Statistical Investigations in the Field
215
A Footnote on the LincolnDouglas Debates
216
Imagination in OratoryBinney Gunni
217
1z 1j High School Speech Based on Student Needs
219
A Veteran Evaluates a Speech Course
220
Introduction to the Science of Phonetics
221
Practical Procedures in Coaching High
222
Speech Development at the Intermediate
223
November 1921
224
The Artist as Propagan
225
Teaching Interpretation Maud
226
A Unique Speech ClinicJennie Hedrick
228
The Talked and the WrittenRaymond
229
A Classified Bibliography on Radio Speak
230
Effects of Order and Authority in an Argu
231
Sinclair Lewis on Public SpeakingLionel
232
33 Ugly WordsWindsor P Daggett 266270
234
Choral Speaking and Its ValuesEmma
235
A Stroboscopic Disc for the Study of Vocal
236
Bedes De Schematibus et Tropis A Transla
237
The Turks Characteristic Difficulties
238
How to Begin Speech Correction in the Pub
239
Hubert H HumphreyErnest G Bormann
240
The Teaching of Speech as an Academic
241
The Art of Words in SongsMark
242
A Translation
243
Notes on the New York
245
Training Four Minute Men at VassarMary
246
Character Building Through Speech Educa
247
The Qualities of the VoiceF Lincoln D
249
Discussion in American Colleges and Uni
250
Pioneer Women Orators of AmericaDoris
251
Phonetics Training for ChildrenA Func
253
Is the Decision Element a Detriment to High
254
The Vegetative Versus the Speech Use
255
Shakespearean Tradition in the Theatre
256
Literary Ambiguity and Oral Performance
258
A Historical Sketch of Intercollegiate Debat
259
A Suggested Basis for Speech Work in
260
Speech Training in Texas CollegesEarl C
261
A Survey of Speech Defects in Central High
262
A Survey of Phonetics in Colleges and Uni
264
The Influence of Electronics on the Field
265
PsychoPathology of Speech DefectsHan
266
Teaching Speech Reading to the DeafMar
267
Broadcasting and the Brit1shEdgar
268
Why Speech Clinics?Dorothy Ryberg 269
269
Expression and PersonalityEdwin G Flem
270
Oral Presentation of LiteratureR D
281
The Influence of the Frontier on American
282
Paragon and Para
283
Churchills Speech on the Munich Agree
284
Debate Coaching in High SchoolRuth
285
PaperGeniuses of the Anglican Pulpit
286
SummeringFrederick Martin 287293
287
James Ogilvie an Early American Teacher
288
Logans OrationHow Authentic?Ray
289
Free Speech Decisions and the Legal
290
The Place of Rhetoric in a Liberal Educa
291
The Relative Effectiveness of the Condensed
293
Syllabic n?James W Abel 294300
294
Foundation of PersuasionR
295
Some Principles of Speech EducationEarl
296
Lowell ThomasLionel Crocker 297301
297
VOLUME II
298
Predicting the Content of Short Phrases
299
Debate and the World We Live InJoseph
300
Precedence in Parliamentary MotionsJ
301
A Problem of AssimilationRay Irwin 302
302
Index of Contributors
304
The Study of Public Speaking as Mental
305
The Inconsistencies of Francis Bacon
306
Reality and The Merchant of VeniceCary
307
Speech Training Through Acting Reading
308
Freedom Knowledge and Public Speaking
310
Speech Training in Public High Schools
311
Oral Expression in Seattle High Schools
312
Visual Discrimination of Certain Consonant
313
A Plan for a Course in Extemporaneous
314
Some Neglected Aspects of Public Speaking
316
Concepts of LeadershipFranklyn S Hai
317
Lionel A twill
318
Axiology
319
At the Summer SessionCatherine L Fields
320
Implications of Modern Linguistic Science
321
Henry A WallaceMarie Hochmuth 322
322
Looking BackwardMargaret Robb 323
323
Can We Modernize the Study of Invention?
325
His Advice to Public
326
Parliamentary Law and Public Speaking
327
The Status of Courses in RadioHarry M
329
Argumenta
330
A Speech Teacher Looks at General Seman
332
Implementing the Radio CourseHarold
335
The Natural Procedure in Argument
336
Is Radio Announcing a Profession?Don
337
An Analysis of the Delivery of the Speech
338
Rhetoric and Literary CriticismG M
339
What is a Successful Speech?W Norwood
342
A Common Sense Summary
343
A Survey of State Requirements for Speech
344
Public Speaking and Social Obligations
345
John F Kennedy and the GhostsJames
348
Child GuidanceSmiley Blanton 3537
349
A Study
350
Vowel Position as Shown by XRayS
351
The Speech of the FrontierEdward Everett
353
The Acting of ShylockLouis M Eich
355
A Simplified Plan for Building Secondary
356
Diary of a Problem ChildMarion Parsons
357
The Spastics Speech SituationStella
358
Speech Training for Business MenEdwin
359
The Central Task in Teaching Speech
360
Hippias and a Lost Canon of Rhetoric
361
CampaignerH F Hard
362
The Phonetic Concepts of John Walker
363
A Pulpit Critic
364
Duse
365
A Phonetic Study of RooseveltCharles
366
Speech the Heart of the Core Curriculum
367
An Introduction to Classical RhetoricEv
369
Hitler 19071920
370
Social Standards in Public Speaking Instruc
371
Politics and Religion in Colonial Fast
372
Style in the Golden AgeHoward
374
Concerning Speech at GenevaGladys Mur
376
The Speech Teachers ChallengeKenneth
377
Some Contributions of Voice Science to Voice
378
Speech in the Maryland Overseas Program
379
Index of Subjects
381
Training the High School Teacher of Speech
382
A Method of Self
383
Speech Work and the Wyoming Plan
384
Judging OneAct Play ContestsF L Win
385
Topo1 and the Problem of Invention
387
The Prospect for the Liberal ArtsTheodore
388
Interpretative Reading as Symbolic Action
389
The Place of Rhetoric in the Babylonian
390
Air Raid and Radio DramaRalph dc
391
Dialectic as the Genuine
392
Master Holdsworth and A Knowledge Very
393
Campaign Speaking in the Hawaiian King
395
Some Problems of Oral Bible Reading
396
The University of New Hampshire Plan
397
Com
398
Some Practical Applications of Phonetics
399
Rhetorical Ridicule of Reconstruction Blacks
400
Its Functions and Its Scope
401
I StandCorrected?Robert
402
George Campbell and the Classical Tradi
403
Representationalism versus Formalism
404
Byrons OratoryDesmond Powell 424432
405
Whitman and the American IdiomC Car
408
The Enthymeme and Logical Validity
409
The Semantic Analysis of Ordinary Lan
410
Methods of Memorization for the Speaker
411
III ClayRobert
412
The House of Lords Debates the Naval
414
Newmans Dialectic in The Idea of a Uni
415
Our Speech StandardsHenrietta Prentiss
417
Rhetorical Invention in the Regency Crisis
418
A Symposium on Rhetoric and General Edu
419
MaIpractice in Speech ContestsArleigh
420
TrumanA Winning SpeakerJennings
421
New Settings for Old StoriesCloyde D
422
After Thirteen YearsJ M ONeill 242253
424
The Teachers
425
A Training School for LifeCar
426
Original SpeakingIrene Poole 427443
427
A Critical
429
An Essay Toward a Philosophy of Costume
430
Thomas E DeweyWilliam A Behl 45431
431
A Laugh Analysis of the School for Scan
432
The Soviet TheatreActing and Staging
433
Speaker and Rhetori
435
Gestalt Behavior and SpeechR M
436
The Rhetoric of ConciliationLyman Bry
437
2596
438
Franklin D Roosevelts Second Inaugural
439
The Stanislavsky System for ActorsBarnard
440
Thomas H Bentons Analysis of His Audi
441
Voice Qualities in Oral Interpretation
442
A Burkeian Method
444
These Truths We Hold SelfEvidentRob
445
Chest ResonanceC M Wise 446452
446
Dr James RushPsychologist and Voice
448
The Choral Verse Spealcing ChoirDorothy
449
Prosodic Features of Hawaiian English
450
The Clarifier of Public DiscussionHarold
451
Ludwig Tieck Theatrical ReformerHel
453
The Iowa University Student SenateRobert
454
Penthouse Production in the High School
456
P J Harkness 226229
457
Interpretative Reading as an Aid to Speech
459
Whither the VerseSpeaking ChoirRose
461
An Argument
463
Current Trends in Community Theatre
464
The ConvictionPersuasion DualityEdward
469
19o9 Australian SpeechClive Sansom 470476
470
KeyWord Index of Subjects
471
Speech Education in TeacherTraining
477
Some Uses of the Frame in Playwriting
480
Speech Training in the Elementary Schools
483
The Question Method for Teaching Empha
485
The Psychology of StutteringSybil Man
489
Field and Shipboard Training of Battle
490
Charles Mathews Reports on America
492
Why the Indian Does Not StutterJohn C
493
A Functional Interpretation of Aristotles
495
Speech Needs of TeachersHerold Lilly
496
The Speech Teacher and CopyrightIvan
500
O Wad Some PowerDorothy J Kaucher
504
Oral Interpretation and the New Criticism
508
553 Public Speaking in the Seagram Plan
509
Enriched CoursecontentEvelyn Konigs
510
A Message from the PresidentHenrietta
513
State History and Rhetorical Research
514
Introducing the Principles of Selection into
516
Charles Haddon Spurgeons Theory
519
Standards for Educational Recording
520
Is Public Speaking Out?James A Winans
524
Literature and the PhonographHenry
529
Broadcasting and Speech HabitsHenry
531
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