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    Affirming whiteness: a critical discourse analysis of the affirmative action debate in the Fisher case [1]
    Applying the Communication Theory of Identity to members of Alcoholics Anonymous: a phenomenological analysis of the expression of the recovery experience [1]
    A content analytical study of the portrayals of African Americans and historically black colleges and universities on BET's College Hill [1]
    The effects of political message frames on aggression [1]
    Exploring audience responses to self-reflexivity in television narratives [1]
    Family communication about genetic disease risk: investigating factors promoting disclosure and individual well-being [1]
    FOSTERING FAMILY: HOW COMMUNICATION SUSTAINS AND FUNCTIONS IN FOSTER FAMILIES [1]
    Go USA...go world: nationalist and internationalist priming effects through Olympic telecasts [1]
    "It's gonna be some drama!": A content analytical study of the portrayals of African Americans and historically black colleges and universities on BET's College Hill [1]
    Its all in the Face: An Examination of Attitudes and Self Perceptions of Viewers after Being Exposed to Pictures of Fat Women in the Media [1]
    Let's talk about sex: the influence of a sexy media diet on college freshmen's endorsement of the hookup culture, peer influence, and behaviors regarding casual sex and sexual risk taking [1]
    The lived experiences of individuals who have been technologically stalked by a past intimate : a hermeneutic phenomenological study through a Communication Privacy Management Theory lens [1]
    The mediated myth of rock and roll [1]
    Nonprofits and new media: how do NPOs and their employees adopt and use new media to communicate with and influence their community? [1]
    The political storytelling system [1]
    The role of family communication in individual attitudes and behaviors concerning nutrition and physical activity [1]
    Stigma and sexuality: how burn survivors and relational partners manage their experiences [1]