Communication 513

The following material is password-protected via the electronic reserves system. Click the article title and enter the password provided by your instructor.  

1. Black, Edwin, "The Meaning of Criticism," Rhetorical Criticism: A Study in Method, Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1965, 1-9.
2. Brummett, Barry, "Rhetorical Homologies," Rhetorical Homologies: Form, Culture, Experience, Univ of Alabama Press, 2004, 1-24.
3. Brummett, Barry, "Stand and Receive," Rhetorical Homologies: Form, Culture, Experience, Univ of Alabama Press, 2004, 48-72.
4. Fuchs, Cynthia, "If I Had a Dick: Queers, Punks, and Alternative Acts," Mapping the Beat: Popular Music and Contemporary Theory, Blackwell Publishers, 1998, 101-118.
5. Gunn, J., "Maranatha," Quarterly Journal of Speech, 98 (4), 359-385.
6. Horkheimer, Max and Adorno, Theodor, "The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception," Dialectic of Enlightenment: Philosophical Fragments, Stanford Univ Press, 2002, 94-136.
7. Nothstine, W.L., Blair, C., and Copeland, G.A., "Invention in Media and Rhetorical Criticism: A General Orientation, Critical Questions: Invention, Creativity, and the Criticism of Discourse and Media, McGraw-Hill, 2003, 3-14.
8. Salmon, Catherine and Clerc, Susan, "Ladies Love Wrestling, Too: Female Wrestling Fans Online," Steel Chair to the Head: The Pleasure and Pain of Professional Wrestling," Duke Univ Press, 2005, 167-191.

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9. Palczewski, Catherine Helen, "What is Good Criticism?" Communication Studies, 54, 2003, 385-391.

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10. Cloud, Dana, "Hegemony or Concordance: The Rhetoric of Tokenism in 'Oprah' Winfrey's Rags-to-Riches Biography," Critical Studies in Media Communication, 13 (2), 1996, 115-137.
11.Cloud, Dana, "The Irony Bribe and Reality Television: Investment and Detachment in The Bachelor, Critical Studies in Media Communication, 27, 2010, 413-437.
12. Dow, Bonnie, "Ellen, Television, and the Politics of Gay and Lesbian Visibility," Critical Studies in Media Communication, 18 (2), 2001, 123-140.
13. Ehrenhaus, Peter, "Why We Fought: Holocaust Memory in Spielberg's 'Saving Private Ryan,'" Critical Studies in Media Communication, 18 (3), 2001, 321-337.
14. Glebatis Perks, L. and Gatchet, A.D., "Equipment for Living in an Ordered Home: Disciplinary Homologies in Supernanny and Dog Whisperer, Journal of Popular Culture, 46 (4), 2013, 811-830.
15. Gunn, J. and Hall, M.M., "Stick it in Your Ear: The Psychodynamics of iPod Enjoyment," Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies, 5, 2008, 135-157.
16. Jenkins, Henry III, "Star Trek Rerun, Reread, Rewritten: Fan Writing as Textual Poaching," Popular Culture: A Reader, Sage Publishers, 2005, 249-262.
17. Kelley-Romano, Stephanie, "Trust No One: The Conspiracy Genre on American Television," Southern Communication Journal, 73, 2008, 105-121.
18. Shugart, Helen, "Sumptuous Texts: Consuming “Otherness” in the Food Film Genre," Critical Studies in Media Communication, 25, 2008, 68-90.
19. Westerfelhaus, Robert and Brookey, R.A., "At the Unlikely Confluence of Conservative Religion and Popular Culture: Fight Club as Heteronormative Ritual," Text and Performance Quarterly, 24 (3/4), 2004, 302-326.
20. Winslow, Luke, "Colonizing Caster Semenya: Gender Transformation and the Makeover Genre," Western Journal of Communication, 76, 2012, 298-313.

The following material is available on the Internet:

21. Earnest, William, "Making Gay Sense of the X-Men," Uncovering Hidden Rhetorics: Social Issues in Disguise," Sage Publishers, 2008, 215-232, at