Index to Journals in Communication Studies Through 1985

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Speech Communication Association, 1987 - Communication - 645 pages
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Contents

Some Present Problems and Next Steps
59
Questions of Fact vs Questions of Policy
60
Speech Training and Individual Needs
61
A Predisposing Cause of StutteringJohn
62
VOLUME XXII
63
The Organization of Departments of Speech
64
VOLUME XXVI
65
The Fundamentals of Speech Course in
66
The Study of Public Speaking as Mental
305
Public Speaking in Colleges of Business
306
Bachelors Degree in Speech in America
307
Cotton Mathers Manuductio ad Ministerium
308
The Crossroads in Drama TrainingGeorge
309
Freedom Knowledge and Public Speaking
310
Index to
311
Oral Expression in Seattle High Schools
312

Speech ImprovementJ S Gaylord 358367
67
British Voices on the Eve of the American
68
The State of Speech CorrectionJeanette
69
The Education of an OratorHerold Trus
70
The General Speech MajorDonald E Har
71
Oral English in Secondary SchoolsJohn M
72
The First American Dramas
73
Rhetorical Exercises in Tudor Education
74
M10 Poor Richards Alphabet and His Pronun lister 75100
75
April 1916
76
Problems in Teaching Speech to the Blind
77
VOLUME XLII
78
Table of Contents 1
80
Ethics of Ghostwritten SpeechesErnest
81
The Rhetorical Influence of Henry Ward
82
Report of Speech Survey in the 9A Grade
83
Argumentative Stance and Political Faith Heal
84
Introducing the Speech ProgramIrene
85
Clinical Aids in Fundamental Courses
87
Audience Analysis in Early American Teach
88
VOLUME IV
89
Discussion for Public Service vs Debate
90
VOLUME VI
91
The Administration of College Dramatics
92
Some Current Problems in Contest Speech
93
EssayCollections in Courses in Public
94
Experimental and Statistical Research
95
The Use of CrossExamination in Debate
97
The Place for PersonationR A Tallcott
98
Brechts Shavian SaintBernard F Dukore
99
Training in the Technique of Speech in
100
A New System of DebateCharles H
101
A Historical Sketch of Intercollegiate De 836 A OneYear Speech CourseEthel Dyer
102
The Stage YankeeLouis M Eich 1625
103
Last Resort for Protest
105
The Rhetoric of Oratory and How to Teach
106
Conversation in the Speech Curriculum
107
Aristotles Rhetoric in the Middle Ages
109
Classroom Techniques in Teaching Pho
110
Argumentation and Debate in High Schools
112
The Social Values of Discussion and Debate
113
An Approach to the Problem of Oral Style
114
Intelligence and Ability in Public Perform
116
Novelties Real and Fancied in the Teach
118
Nasal SpeechHattie J E Slattengren 542
119
Play Standards at the High School Level
120
Puppets Provide for Individual Differences
121
Defamation bv SlanderGeorge P Rice Jr
122
The Public Speaker as a WordArtistHor
123
The Radio Program Planning Course
124
Electing TimeEdwin Black 125129
125
A Definition and a Challenge
126
VOLUME XXI
127
The Challenge of the CrisisAndrew
128
April 1940
130
February 1920
131
LeftHandedness and StammeringErnest
132
Speech in the Changing CurriculumJ
134
Gottlieb Fichtes Addresses to the German
135
Radios Early ProspectorsThe Critics
136
War Responsibilities of the Speech Correc
137
Principles and MethodsCharles
138
Television and Departments of SpeechRoss
140
The Interschool Forensic ContestAndrew
141
A Distinctive
142
Public Speaking in the Army Training Pro
143
Unity of Effort in Speech EducationAlice
144
Random Reflections on Public Speaking
145
Western Journal of Speech Communication PN 4071 W45
146
The Refrain in Oratorical ProseLionel
147
Practical Aspects of the High School
148
Majors and Credits in Public SpeakingMrs
149
Qualities of Contest OrationsRobert West
150
The Use of Cliches by Four Contemporary
151
Socratic Dialect and Modern Group Dis
152
The Specifications of American Culture
153
Effects of Phonological Speech Foreignness Vandenbergs Dramatic Conversion
154
Speech and the Talking PicturesRay
155
Research on the History of Speech Education
156
The Probability of a WordAtom Hypothesis
157
The National AssociationJ M ONeill
158
Can We Learn from Debating with the Brit
159
Opportunities for Service in Departments
160
Cultural Contexts of Thought and Commu
161
Critic of the Brown Dec
162
The Area of SemanticsJohn B Newman
163
Some Platonic Influences in the Rhetorical
164
Adapting Courses in Interpretation to
165
Speech and the Learning ProcessC
166
Classroom Use of the Occasional Speech
167
Imagination in Oratory Binney Gunni
169
The Decline of the Professional Theatre
170
Speech in the World TodayAlan H Mon
171
The Standardization of First Year Courses
172
Understanding Radio TalksJoseph Trena
173
Report on the Reading of HiroshimaWil
174
A Speech Corrective Program for the Teach 839 An Appraisal of Psychological Research
175
Briefs Does the Distribution of Briefs
177
Public Speaking in a Military CollegeKarl
178
A Symphonic StructureCarl
179
On Imaginative SuggestionHarry Franklin
180
The Project Method in Speech Education
181
Myerhold and Constructivism in the Rus
182
The Construction of the Organs of Voice
184
The Scientific Spirit in Public Speaking
185
Beginnings of ExpressionJ S Gaylord 186
186
Primary and Secondary StammeringC
187
The Project Method in the Teaching
188
Cause and Remedy of Our Ameri
190
Corax and ProbabilityBromley Smith
191
An Introductory College Course in Dramat
192
Training in Speech and Changes in Person
193
Making a Start Toward Research Work
194
Two Years Experience with Recording
195
Franklin D Roosevelts Rhythm in Rhetori
196
Speech Treatment in the Schools of Grand
197
Up with Which We Can No Longer Put
199
Thomas Hobbes Philosophy of Speech
200
Greek Derivatives in the Technical Vocabu
201
A Book List for the Graduate Student
202
Its Use in the High School
203
The Rhetorical Structure of Frederick Wise
204
Henry W Grady as a Student Speaker
205
Photography for the NonProfessional Stage
206
The Speech Curriculum in Teachers Col
207
Jonathan Swift and English Pronunciation
208
One World In ActingIlia Motvleff 209
209
An Engineer Looks at the Problems
210
A Study of Oratorical Style
212
A Historical Sketch of InterCollegiate
213
Action and Emotion in SpeakingF
214
A Selected List of Reference Works for Stu
215
A Footnote on the LincolnDouglas Debates
216
A8512 19721985
217
A Brief Review of the Chief Periods in
218
A Veteran Evaluates a Speech Course
220
The FaithCure in Public SpeakingA
221
Practical Procedures in Coaching High
222
College Speech and The Grapes of Wrath
223
Report on College Entrance CreditJ Wal
224
The Influence of Lincolns Audience on
225
The West Point Conference on United
226
A Report
227
The Practice Teacher of Speech in
228
Debating Without JudgesHoward
229
A Speech Mechanism HypothesisGiles Wil ing and WritingHenry Lee Ewbank 230
230
A Survey of Speech Training in High Schools
231
Sinclair Lewis on Public SpeakingLionel
232
A Footnote in the Psychology of Persuasion
233
Ralph DennisFrank M Rarig 234240
234
Choral Speaking and Its ValuesEmma
235
A Definition and Classification of the Forms
236
Religious PlaysCompiled by Mary Persis
237
Speech Survey of Junior CollegesSylvia D
239
High School Plays in IowaG N Merry
240
The Art of Words in SongsMark
242
Speech Content and Course Content in Pub
243
Richard M Nixon and Nelson A Rocke
245
CoordinationKindergarten Through Col
246
The North American Broadcast Service
247
Speech Disturbances in Nervous and Mental
249
Discussion in American Colleges and Uni
250
General SpecialistsE L Hunt 252263
252
Learning Material for Oral Interpretation
253
Is the Decision Element a Detriment to High
254
Literary Study as a Preparation for Oral
255
Campaign Strat
256
Aesthetics and Stage DesignWillard
257
The Chicago High School Literary Union
258
Voice and Speech Disorders in the German
259
Phoneme AllophoneSegmentLee S Hult
260
Speech Training in Texas CollegesEarl C
261
A Survey of Speech Defects in Central High
262
Speech Correction in Wisconsin Public
263
Notes on the New York
264
A Diagnostic Profile of the Speech of Chil
265
Standardization of Grades in Public Speak
266
Teaching Speech Reading to the DeafMar
267
The Development and Application of
268
Why Speech Clinics?Dorothy Ryberg 269
269
Expression and PersonalityEdwin G Flem
270
How Departments of Speech Can Cooperate
271
Public Speaking as a Means in Education
273
Contemporary Public Address as a Research
274
Modern Principles of Voice TrainingHet
275
The Speaker in Relation to HimselfMrs
276
298 The Liberal ArtsNecessaryMary Gwen
277
The Development of Literary Appreciation
278
The Princess ChoiceMargaret Rabe 279
279
SchoolsPauline B Camp 280282
280
November 1921
281
A Reexamination
282
Radio Classes in the HighSchool Wartime
283
Churchills Speech on the Munich Agree
284
Debate Coaching in High SchoolRuth
285
StammeringFrederick Martin 287293
287
Amateur Values in Pageantry Frederick
288
Samuel Davies
290
Voiced HElliott A White 204214
291
A Rheto
293
Suggested Outline for a OneSemester Course
294
Debating is Debatingand Should Be
295
The Intelligibility of Abbreviated Speech
296
IIH Darkes
297
Addenda to Coleridge the TalkerRichard
298
Systems of SpeechE W Scripture 3334 Helen Langworthy 299303
299
Our Hidden AimsHerbert A Wichelns
301
Education for RadioArmand L Hunter
303
The Theatre in Hawaii Before 1900Wil
304
WellConstructed and WellMade
313
Drama FestivalNew York City StyleMar
314
Artistic InterpretationPaul M Pearson
315
On the Nature of Artistic Representation
316
Concepts of LeadershipFranklyn S Hai
317
Lionel Atwill
318
The Modern High School Debating Society
319
A Symposium
321
The Human AdventureHoward C Hansen
322
The Trifurcation of Drama and Theatre
323
Content and FormW P Sandford 324329
324
Can We Modernize the Study of Invention?
325
Emo
326
The Status of Courses in RadioHarry M
329
Rhetoric and Teachers of EnglishEdward
330
Matthew Arnold on EmersonWayne C
332
Statewide Plans for Educational FM Broad
333
The Drama Sees a New DayMary E Bixby
335
Some Problems of the Voice TeacherT
337
An Analysis of the Delivery of the Speech
338
Rhetoric and Literary CriticismG M
339
Impersonation vs InterpretationM M
340
The George S Kaufman Plays as Social
341
A Dramatist Looks at Public Speaking
342
Speech Correction Work in the San Fran
343
An Experimental Study of Individual Vocal
344
Public Speaking and Social Obligations
345
A Program of Speech EducationThe North
347
His Audience?William Bryan Gates 348
348
Child GuidanceSmiley Blanton 3537
349
Dynamic Factors in the MotorKinesthetic
350
VOLUME II
351
The Relation of Emotional States to Vocal
352
The Speech of the FrontierEdward Everett
353
The Acting of ShylockLouis M Eich
355
Play Production for Phonographic Record nosis and ReeducationRussell Meyers
357
The Dramatic Club and the Department
358
As in Hear Yea Hearken Learn Sweat
359
JeanLouis Barraults HamletLouis Ver
360
A Constructivist Analysis of the Concept
361
CampaignerH F Hard
362
The Phonetic Concepts of John Walker
363
A Pulpit Critic
364
Interscholastic Debates in Relation to
365
Speech the Heart of the Core Curriculum
367
The Teaching of Public Speaking in
368
Speech Training for the YouthMrs Frank
369
The Central Task in Teaching Speech
370
Social Standards in Public Speaking Instruc
371
Politics and Religion in Colonial Fast
372
Integrated Teaching in the Secondary
373
Journal of the American Forensic Association PN 4001
374
Magnetic Tape Voice RecordingHarlen M
376
A Search for Facts on the Teaching of Pub
377
Some Problems of RebuttalWaldo
378
Speech in the Maryland Overseas Program
379
Persuasive Methods in the LincolnDouglas
380
Prolegomena to Argumentation Part III
381
The Platform Interview as a Device to
382
Index of Contributors
383
An Exploration of Generic Aspects of Con
384
Mary Louise Harris 385388
385
New Apparatus for the Study of Breath
387
The Prospect for the Liberal ArtsTheodore
388
Interpretative Reading as Symbolic Action
389
Adapting Speech to the High School Pro
390
Renaissance Communication
391
What Should Be Our Objective in High
392
A Stroboscopic Disc for the Study of Vocal
393
Campaign Speaking in the Hawaiian King
395
Roberts 6366 Thomas H Marsh 396402
396
The Rhetorical Principles of Cicero
397
Aspects of Modern Rhetoric in Francis Bacon
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
Methods for Treatment of Disorders
404
Byrons OratoryDesmond Powell 424432
405
Some Notes on Burkes Speeches and Writ
406
Contemporary Senate DebateLieutenant
407
Whitman and the American IdiomC Car
408
III ClayRobert
409
Choosing Literature for Reading Contests
410
Methods of Memorization for the Speaker
411
Studies in the Political and Social Views
413
The House of Lords Debates the Naval
414
Newmans Dialectic in The Idea of a Uni
415
Our Speech StandardsHenrietta Prentiss
417
A Proposed Preface to a Text on Public
418
High School DebatingHelen Loeb
419
Malpractice in Speech ContestsArleigh
420
TrumanA Winning SpeakerJennings
421
New Settings for Old StoriesCloyde D
422
The rj Vowel in American Pronunciation
423
After Thirteen YearsJ M ONeill 242253
424
The Teachers
425
A Training School for LifeCar
426
Original SpeakingIrene Poole 427443
427
Coaching a High School Debate Team
429
An Essay Toward a Philosophy of Costume
430
18651877
431
A Laugh Analysis of the School for Scan
432
Sportsmanship in DebatingCarney C 861 The Soviet TheatreActing and Staging
433
What was Elocution?Giles Wilkeson Gray
434
Speaker and Rhetori
435
Gestalt Behavior and SpeechR M
436
A Further Justification of Choral Speaking
437
Standards in Public SpeakingRuth Klein
439
The Stanislavsky System for ActorsBarnard
440
Thomas H Bentons Analysis of His Audi
441
James
442
A Transfer in LearningMorris Cohen 443
443
A Burkeian Method
444
Winifred Ward 445449
445
Chest ResonanceC M Wise 446452
446
Secondary SchoolsH H Ryan 447449
447
Dr James RushPsychologist and Voice
448
Experiments with Speech in the New High 864 The Choral Verse Speaking ChoirDorothy
449
A Special Course in Oral Expression
450
Vowel Quality in Unstressed Syllables
451
Effective Recording in Spite of Priorities J Bronstein 452456
452
Our Neglect of Voice TrainingB C
453
The Undergraduate Reads from the Poets
454
A View of the Larynx Through a
455
Penthouse Production in the High School
456
A Second Study in the Affective Value
457
A Field for Research
458
The Iowa Conference on Speech Pathology
459
Whither the VerseSpeaking ChoirRose
461
Speech Training in Public High Schools
462
The Rhetorical Importance of Lucans Phar
463
A View of Research in Audience Reaction
464
A Bibliography of the Works on Rhetoric
465
The Meininger and Their InfluenceArgus
467
Debate versus DiscussionHalbert Gulley 1252 A Technique for Teaching Conversation
468
The ConvictionPersuasion DualityEdward
469
Australian SpeechClive Sansom 470476
470
Wilson and His SourcesRussell H Wag
471
Speech Problems at Hunter CollegeHen
472
2333
473
Reading the Language of LiteratureLor
474
Creating Atmosphere for Radio Drama
475
Index of Subjects
477
Some Uses of the Frame in Playwriting
480
Stuttering in Relation to Various Speech
481
2447
482
Speech Training in the Elementary Schools
483
The Question Method for Teaching Empha
485
Enriched CoursecontentEvelyn Konigs
486
The Psychology of StutteringSybil Man
489
Field and Shipboard Training of Battle
490
Charles Mathews Reports on America
492
A Functional Interpretation of Aristotles
495
Speech Needs of TeachersHerold Lilly
496
The Speech Teacher and CopyrightIvan
500
Oral Interpretation and the New Criticism
508
Public Speaking in the Seagram Plan
509
Audibility and Distinctness in the Speech
512
State History and Rhetorical Research
514
Choric Reading and Kinetic Projection
515
The VerseSpeaking ChoirDorothy Kauch
518
Standards for Educational Recording
520
Is Public Speaking Out?James A Winans
524
The Great Train Scene RobberySeldon
528
July 1917
529
2334
530
A Symposium on StutteringRobert West
532
Argumentation Dis
533
Psychological Parallelisms Between Speech
535
The Old Debating SocietyJames Gordon
538
Unity in DiversityWilbur E Gilman 123
542
Some Notes on the Teaching of Business
544
Were They Ephemeral and Florid?Dallas
545
The Educational Philosophy of the Teacher
546
Woodrow Wilson as an OratorHardin
548
Public Speaking and Public OpinionDay
550
Charles Haddon Spurgeons Theory
552
Evolution of the Speech MechanismRay
557
An Objective Analysis of Two Techniques
561
Faculty JudgingR D T Hollister 235
564
The Interpretative SymbolBryng Bryng
569
Speech Education of Roman ChildrenEl
570
2336
576
Purposeful High School DramaticsKath
578
Psychological Aspects of Radio Speech
579
KeyWord Index of Subjects
580
A Message from the PresidentHenrietta
584
The Affective Value of English Speech
589
Foreign Accent Among Boys and Girls
592
Speech in International AffairsRobert
594
The Freedom Speech of Wendell Phillips
596
The CriticJudge SystemMartin J Hol
598
An Interpretation of StutteringWendell
604
An Adventure in PhilosophyEverett
608
The Radio Medal of the American Acade
611
Are Affricates Elemental PhonemesCharles
612
Some Neglected Aspects of Public Speaking
615
Some Activities for a Speech Arts Program
617
Theatre with the BlindCatherine H Santa
618
The Place of Radio in the Speech Curricu
622
A Speech ReEducation Program in a Small
624
Application of Principles of Progressive Edu
630
A Director of Drama Considers his Obliga
640
The Effect of Speech Defects on Second
642
What is Speech?A SymposiumHenry L
644
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