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    Reality TV and interpersonal relationship perceptions [1]
    The reverend, the terrorist, and a web of rumors : the image repair discourse of Barack Obama [1]
    The role of family communication in individual attitudes and behaviors concerning nutrition and physical activity [1]
    Selling class : constructing the professional middle class in America [1]
    Seriously funny : a look at humor in televised presidential debates [1]
    "Shots reported on campus" : an experimental study of crisis communication and emergency message design and dissemination [1]
    A silent children's rights movement : an exploration of resilience in former foster children [1]
    Spiritual labor and spiritual dissonance in the total institution of the parochial boarding school [1]
    Stigma and sexuality : how burn survivors and relational partners manage their experiences [1]
    Stigma management strategy effectiveness in procuring job protected leave [1]
    Stigmatization in the classroom : an experimental study evaluating the efficacy of instructor strategic communicative responses to student stigmatization [1]
    Strategic masculinity : a grounded theory examination of the discourse of masculinity for college men [1]
    "Tell me so that I can help you" : a turning point analysis of privacy in the development of parental caregiving relationships [1]
    Testing an integrated body image media model : focusing on a cross-cultural comparison between US and Korean college women [1]
    This great prayerful tradition : American presidents preaching public theology at the National Prayer Breakfast [1]
    A thousand TV shows : applying a rhizomatic lens to television genres [1]
    Throw the bums out : anti-government rhetoric in the 2010 Congressional elections [1]
    Unexposed, unexplored, and unresolved conflict as precursors to the failure of high technology projects [1]
    Weinergate, Twitter, and marginalized voices : political sex scandals in a new media environment [1]
    Working hard or working class? : neoliberalism and working-class representation in contemporary television [1]