Index to Journals in Communication Studies Through 1979

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Speech Communication Association, 1980 - Communication - 531 pages
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Table of Contents 1
53
M7 Metabolic Studies of StutterersGeorge A Jack C Cotton 3843
54
Teaching Critical Thinking and the Use of Morford 5561
55
Judging DebatesHugh Neal Wells 336
56
The Organization of a Department
57
VOLUME XXII
59
Systematic Analysis of Debating Problems
60
Oregons Speech Improvement and Rehabili
61
StammeringFrederick Martin 287293
287
Radio Broadcasting in GermanyCyretta
288
Logans OrationHow Authentic?Ray
289
M797 Amount of Conflicting Information in a M819 Pere Ren6 Rapins Eloquence Des Belles
290
The Place of Rhetoric in a Liberal Educa
291
Free Speech Decisions and the Legal
292
A Model
293
Suggested Outline for a OneSemester Course
294

Woodrow Wilson as a Debate Coacl1Day
62
Finding a SpeakingListening Index Wil 1496 A Clinicians StoryMayme V Smith 6366
63
How Gloomy Is Ibsen?Alan Reynolds
64
E L Bulwer and Victorian Censorship
65
Oral English in the High SchoolMrs Mary
66
Intellectually Emotion
67
J2302 How Readers Perceive and Lse a Small Stuart H Surlin 6873
68
The State of Speech CorrectionJeanette
69
The Education of an OratorHerold Trus
70
Jim Dandy PioneerJohn Dolman Jr
71
April 1917
72
Fundamental Objectives of a Teacher
73
M10 Poor Richards Alphabet and His Pronun lister 75100
75
Contemporary Senate Debate Lieutenant 1499 A Speech Students Experiment in College
76
The Foundation Course in Public Speaking
78
COMMUNICATION
79
The Drama in High School DramaticsAr
80
VOLUME IV
81
The Rhetorical Influence of Henry Ward
82
Benthams Criticism of Rhetoric and Rhet
83
Spoken English II at Smith CollegeClara
84
Introducing the Speech Program Irene
85
The Work of the Standards Study Com
86
Is There a Yardstick for Measuring Speaking
87
The Berea PlayersAn AppreciationJohn
88
Play Standards at the High School Level
89
The Better Speech Movement in Alabama
90
N23 Language Barriers 1n Intercultural Rela N51 Reading Emphasis in the Communications
91
Jack Londons First
92
VOLUME XVII
93
ConversationO W Kolberg 9498
94
Experimental and Statistical Research
95
The Forum as an Educative AgencyR
96
An Ideal High School Course in Speech
97
M876 The Margery Bailey Memorial Lectures
98
Discussion in the Florida CabinetDal
99
The Case for SpeechAndrew Thomas
100
The Place of Logic in a System of Persua
101
The Little Country TheaterAlfred
102
A Speech Institute for High School Students
104
The Vegetative Versus the Speech Use
105
The Integration of Professional Services
106
Judging DebatesHugh Neal Wells
107
Modern Pioneer in Public SpeakingRay
108
The Radio Program Planning Course
109
Intelligence and Ability in Public Perform
110
The Martial Virtue of Rhetoric in Machia
111
The Oratorical Career of Seargent S Pren
112
C612 Internal Rhetorical Analysis and the Inter C632 Simulation Learning Experiences in Speech
113
The Hygiene of the Voice before Debates
114
Protagoras of Abdera
115
The Educational Function of High School
116
What is Rhetorical Knowledge? A Response
117
Oratory in History
118
Rating a Speakers Natural Voice when
120
Perception of StammeringErnest Tomp
121
A
123
Electing TimeEdwin Black 125129
125
Some Criticisms
127
Western Journal of Speech Communication PN 4071 W45
128
The Sounding of a PoemDonald
129
The Group Fallacy and Public Speaking
130
NICK Getting the Word from Surveyor to Exca R Smith Simpson 131135
131
The Teaching of Speech Through the Audi
132
A Roentgenological Method of Measuring
134
Actual and Potential
135
C615 A Synthesis of Methodologies Used in Stud InteractionWilliam J Jordan and
136
War Responsibilities of the Speech Correc
137
Lord Broughams Authorship of Rhetorical
138
A Synthesis of Experimental Research
139
Organization of the Work in Speech Correc
140
Percy Mackayes Civic Theatre Philosophy
141
Poetry John
142
Rhetoric and PoetryHoyt H Hudson 143
143
Imagination in OratoryBinney Gunni
144
Some Problems of Scope and Method
145
Rhetorical Principles in Didactic Drama
147
Four Ways of Looking at a SpeechIrving
149
The True Story of 10000 FearsJ M
150
Discussion Democracy and Dictatorship
151
Truth and Consequences or Stanislavsky
152
February 1933
153
The Voice and the EmotionsSmiley
154
Minister of St Giles James L
155
Dramatic Production and the Educational
156
Suggestions for the Study of Individual
157
Early American Works on Speech Training
158
Speech and the Talking PicturesRay
159
Opportunities for Service in Departments
160
An Anal
161
Critic of the Brown Dec
162
A Logic of Discussion MethodDouglas
163
Research on the History of Speech Education
164
The Specialization of Roles and Functions
165
Speech and the Learning ProcessC
166
Dramatic Ritual as Observed in the
167
t I I
169
Interpretative Reading as an Aid to Speech Response of His ConstituentsJohn
170
Linguistic Interpretation of Speech Problems
171
The Standardization of First Year Courses
172
Teaching Interpretation Maud
173
Bilingualism in the SouthwestKlonda
175
Summer 1970
176
Speech and HearingRobert West 177188
177
Public Speaking in a Military CollegeKarl
178
In the Regional JournalsBarnet Basker
179
Introducing the Principles of Selection into
180
The Project Method in Speech Education
181
Myerhold and Constructivism in the Rus
182
Some Notes on One Mans Family
183
A8512 19721979
184
The Scientific Spirit in Public Speaking
185
Standards for College Courses in Radio
186
Cant in LanguageGeorge S Bryan 8386
187
The Project Method in the Teaching
188
A W939 Attribution Processes in the Evaluation
189
Pronunciation and thc DictionariesPaulus
190
Traits of Articulate LanguageR
191
An Introductory College Course in Dramat
192
Report of the Committee on College
193
Two Years Experience with Recording
195
Unity of Effort in Speech EducationAlice
196
Leopold Jessners Theories of Dramatic
197
Problems in International Television
198
A Graphic Interpretation of the Proposition
199
C623 The Unstructured Group in the Interper K Burgoon 200206
200
Vocabulary BuildingBromley Smith 202
202
Explosives in Speechfames Murray 203204
203
Toward a Clari
204
A Bibliography of DebatingDayton D
206
The Rhetorical Theory of Harry Emerson
207
Hyphenated Speech CoursesJ Stanley
208
One World In ActingIlia Motvleff 209
209
The VerseSpeaking ChoirDorothy Kauch
211
Principles and MethodsCharles
212
A Historical Sketch of InterCollegiate
213
Puff Versus OvertoneClarence Simon 214
214
Some Statistical Investigations in the Field
215
ResonanceF Lincoln D Holmes 216224
216
The Speech Intelligibility Program in Naval
217
C647 Cotton Mather and HomileticsWilliam
218
The Ritualistic and Pragmatic Bases of
219
After Dinner SpeakingA Bibliography
220
Making a Start Toward Research Work
221
Report of the Committee on High School
222
Speech Development at the Intermediate
223
SoundValues in The CloudLucy Neely
224
June 1927
225
Judgment of Introversion from the Tran
226
The Practice Teacher of Speech in
228
Speech Education in the Normal SchoolsA
229
The Speech of the Land of SaddleBags
230
Effects of Order and Authority in an Argu
231
Sinclair Lewis on Public SpeakingLionel
232
A Footnote in the Psychology of Persuasion
233
Ralph DennisFrank M Rarig 234240
234
Assignments in Beginning Oral English
235
A Definition and Classification of the Forms
236
IIH Darkes
237
Problems in the Teaching of GestureGiles
238
How to Begin Speech Correction in the Pub
239
Its History W Rucker 240244
240
The Teaching of Speech as an Academic
241
The Art of Words in SongsMark
242
Notes on Apparatus Usable in the Study
243
Pigmy Giant of
244
Richard M Nixon and Nelson A Rocke
245
Training Four Minute Men at VassarMary
246
Character Building Through Speech Educa
247
An Experimental Study of the Effect
248
A Modern Classic Recon
249
Discussion in American Colleges and Uni
250
Pioneer Women Orators of AmericaDoris
251
A M1042 The Effects of Source Credibility and Mes
252
Phonetics Training for ChildrenA Func
253
Is the Decision Element a Detriment to High
254
The Ability to Select Words to Convey
255
GayspeakJoseph J Hayes 256266
256
Practical Implications of the Aristotelian
257
Literary Ambiguity and Oral Performance
258
A Historical Sketch of Intercollegiate Debat
259
A Suggested Basis for Speech Work in
260
A Survey of Speech Defects in Central High
262
The Rhe
263
Notes on the New York
264
The Influence of Electronics on the Field
265
PsychoPathology of Speech DefectsHan
266
267275
267
The Development and Application of
268
Why Speech Clinics?Dorothy Ryberg 269
269
Speech in a Nation at WarJohn D Han
271
The DirectorDuke George IIAndrew
272
The American Lecture Platform Before 1930
273
Contemporary Public Address as a Research
274
Electronic Media in the Soviet UnionE
275
The Novelist Who Hated
276
The Liberal ArtNecessaryMary Gwen
277
How D L Moody Held AttentionRollin
278
A Fundamental of Speech ClassFranc
279
The Persistency of the Effect on Audience
280
VOLUME II
281
The Influence of the Frontier on American
282
The Functions of Rhetorical CriticismAl
283
Churchills Speech on the Munich Agree
284
A Literary Interpretation Analysis Blank
285
The Status of Courses in RadioHarry M
286
Foundation of PersuasionR
295
Some Principles of Speech EducationEarl
296
Whither the Trend in DebatingH
297
Its Implications for the Per StatesRobert Shuter 298305
298
Training Speakers for ConferenceAlfred
299
What Directions Should Future Research
300
The Speech of the FrontierEdward Everett
301
A Problem of AssimilationRay Irwin 302
302
Discussion Programs and Techniques in
303
Index of Contributors
304
toos Early English Drama in New OrleansBev
305
The Inconsistencies of Francis Bacon
306
Reality and The Merchant of VeniceCary
307
Speech Training Through Acting Reading
308
Vico Rhetorical Humanism and the Study
309
Communication Patterns Sex and Length
310
Index to
311
M717
313
A Plan for a Course in Extemporaneous
314
The Chicago High School Literary Union
315
J1620 The Press Opens Up Vatican IIJames for Latin America? Erling H Erlandson
316
Oral Expression in Secondary SchoolsRe
317
Integrating Dramatic Activities at Berea
318
The Natural Procedure in Argument
319
At the Summer SessionCatherine L Fields
320
Looking BackwardMargaret Robb 323
323
A Rejoinder E943 Prime Tune Television in a MediumSized
325
His Advice to Public
326
Parliamentary Law and Public Speaking
327
J441 New Light on Early Dutch French and BibliographyFred E Merwin and N
328
The New Images 1966
329
Rhetoric and Literary CriticismG M
330
2585
331
A Speech Teacher Looks at General Seman
332
Implementing the Radio CourseHarold
335
Objectives in Educational DramaAllen
336
Some Problems of the Voice TeacherT
337
A Common Sense Summary
338
1933Vladimir Kras J263 Forerunners of the Newspaper in Ameri
339
Epstein Robert H B792 Ewing William Hollis 1465 M97
341
Speech Correction Work in the San Fran
343
Schoolmaster and Rhet
344
Public Speaking and Social Obligations
345
M1032 Cognitive Complexity and Theatrical Infor M1050 Language Attitudes in the Employment
346
A Search for Facts on the Teaching of Pub
347
John F Kennedy and the GhostsJames
348
Child GuidanceSmiley Blanton 3537
349
The Rhythm of Robinson Jeffers Poetry
351
The Origins
352
Five Students
353
Levels of Abstraction in Spoken and Writ
354
Speech Training in Public High Schools
355
Diary of a Problem ChildMarion Parsons
357
Private Allens Strategy of Reconciliation
358
Speech Courses for the Junior College Ter
360
Hippias and a Lost Canon of Rhetoric
361
CampaignerH F Hard
362
The Phonetic Concepts of John Walker
363
A Pulpit Critic
364
The Status Quo in DebateJoseph
365
A Communication CenterEarl Wynn 366
366
Speech Standards in the TheatreElmer
367
Speech Training for the YouthMrs Frank
369
J2668 How Four U S Papers Covered the Com dential CampaignC Richard Hofstet
370
Social Standards in Public Speaking Instruc
371
Politics and Religion in Colonial Fast
372
Integrated Teaching in the Secondary
373
Some Statistics Concerning Interpretation
374
Grotz Janis H59 H87 Haagen C Hess M126
375
Magnetic Tape Voice RecordingHarlen M
376
A Search for Facts on the Teaching of Pub
377
Some Contributions of Voice Science to Voice
378
Declamation in the High Schools Ernest
379
Persuasive Methods in the LincolnDouglas
380
Index of Subjects
381
The Platform Interview as a Device to
382
Speech Education TomorrowW Arthur
383
Mary Louise Harris 385388
385
S1082 A Bibliography of Speech Theatre and Gandhis Second Round Table Confer
386
2589
387
The Prospect for the Liberal ArtsTheodore
388
Interpretative Reading as Symbolic Action
389
Adapting Speech to the High School Pro
390
Air Raid and Radio DramaRalph dc
391
The Artist as Propagan
392
Televising Courtroom
394
M734
395
Some Problems of Oral Bible Reading
396
Speech Defects and Mannerisms Among
397
SuggestionEdwin H Paget 275278
398
Structure in a Vocal
399
Speech and the Enterprise of Learning
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
The Rhetorical Style of the Collects in
407
Whitman and the American IdiomC Car
408
III ClayRobert
409
Technique in DirectingWilma Horrell
410
Methods of Memorization for the Speaker
411
A Humorist in Poli
414
Newmans Dialectic in The Idea of a Uni
415
Rhetoric and E844 E896 E941
416
Our Speech Standards Henrietta Prentiss
417
How Should Debates Be Judged? T Earle
418
A Symposium on Rhetoric and General Edu
419
Incentives and Techniquei
420
TrumanA Winning SpeakerJennings
421
Courses Small group communication 0705 05 Courses and Curricular Programs
422
A Methodological
423
After Thirteen Years J 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
Radio in the 1948 CampaignHarrison
432
The Soviet TheatreActing and Staging
433
Speaker and Rhetori
435
Gestalt Behavior and Speech R M
436
A Further Justification of Choral Speaking
437
Palo Alto Supports the Fine Arts Laurene
438
Franklin D Roosevelts Second Inaugural
439
Ethos 0511 99 Research in Communi
440
Thomas H Bentons Analysis of His Audi
441
James
442
A Transfer in LearningMorris Cohen 443
443
A Burkeian Method
444
Creative Dramatics in the Elementary School
445
Experiments in Televised Violence
446
N432
447
Dr James RushPsychologist and Voice
448
The Choral Verie SpeaTdng ChoirDorothy
449
Vowel Quality in Unstressed Syllables
451
Opera and C339 B440 B446 B503 B527 B554 B590 B591
452
Radio and the American LanguageWil
453
The Iowa University Student SenateRobert
454
A View of the Larynx Through a
455
Penthouse Production in the High School
456
P J Harkness 226229
457
The study of the methods techniques and J1181 J1182 J1791 J2158 J2298 J2313
458
Discussion Technique of the Brookings
459
Smith Ross D M245 C73 C137 Soper Paul L 1149 1563 S98 S161 S528
460
Whither the VerseSpeaking Choir Rose
461
Ethos 0506 03 Ethos
462
An Argument
463
A View of Research in Audience Reaction
464
J1705 Articles on Mass Communications in US 11729 Haires Classic Instant Coffee Study18
466
The Meininger and Their Influence Argus
467
2331
468
Queen Elizabeth at the Cambridge Dispu
469
Australian SpeechClive Sansom 470476
470
KeyWord Index of Subjects
471
Hill George H S486 Aesthetics C102
473
and the methods for obtaining and preparing J901 J1257 J1325 J1412 J2145 J2205 J2232
474
Creating Atmosphere for Radio Drama
475
Emerson on TourWillard Thorp 1934
476
Notes for an Imagined AnthologyCarl
477
Zima Joseph P T904 C401
479
Some Uses of the Frame in Playwriting
480
Stuttering in Relation to Various Speech
481
Progress or Change?Letitia Raubicheck
482
Uniform Rules for DebateClarence
483
The Question Method for Teaching Empha
485
The study of strategies for improving individual Glottis 434 M13
486
J2564 Credibility of Newspaper and TV News Johnson and Michael Altman 487493
487
The Extension AudienceWilliam E
488
Speech Instruction at West PointWilliam
489
Field and Shipboard Training of Battle
490
EthnicOriented ExpenseDirecting 03040102
491
Charles Mathews Reports on America
492
Public Speaking in Missouri 18201830
493
Affirmation by Negation in the Womens
494
A Functional Interpretation of Aristotles
495
Speech Needs of TeachersHerold Lilly
496
Mental Adjustments for the Release of Cre
497
Inservice Education
499
The Speech Teacher and CopyrightIvan
500
A Little Perspective PleaseRichard
501
Liberty Broadcasting System B784 Politics and 1675 2167 2389 2580 M375 S878
502
Scouts S650 Italian E737
503
Ethos Source and Message Credibility S994 Stopping technique J2140 J2172
504
05110502051107
505
Is It Debating? I C Keller 506510
506
J2566 How Editors Educators View Aspects of J tian Elite Groups Douglas A Boyd 50l
507
Oral Interpretation and the New Criticism
508
Public Speaking in the Seagram Plan
509
Perelman Chaim 2467 2594 2788 S915 C553 N362 N368 N373 N380 N382 N386
511
M443 M876 T28 T213 T982 S566 S606
513
State History and Rhetorical Research
514
Masks
515
Sheridans Speech on Mrs Fitzherbert
516
National Taxonomy Project T1132 A247 rating scales M3 M864 M980 M981 T619
517
Prosodic Features of Hawaiian English
519
Standards for Educational Recording
520
Principles of Good Teaching Applied
521
A New Look at a Semantic Differential
523
Oral Reading in the Miry Pit Jean Brady
524
radio broadcasting as a public medium Right to Access 2797 T934 W962 E814 J839
525
J2569 Voter Needs and Evaluation of Satire National News l80847Gerald J Bal
526
05110604
528
The Treatment of StammeringElmer Ken
529
Bauer Marvin G 328 380 E27 Behnke Ralph R M790 M885 M1068 T1068
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