Chapter 1


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Hauser, Christine (2019). Main just banned Native American mascots. It’s a movement that’s inching forward. New York Times.

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Nicotera, A.M. (2009). Encyclopedia of communication theory. Eds: Stephen W. Littlejohn and Karen A. Foss. SAGE. Doi: 10.4135/9781412959384

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Tompkins, Paula S. (2009). Practicing Communication Ethics. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.



Chapter 2


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McLeod, S. (2014). Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Simply Psychology. Retrieved from

Mueller, P. A. & Oppenheimer, D. M. (2014, June 4). The pen is mightier than the keyboard: Advantages of longhand over laptop note taking. Psychological Science. DOI: 10.1177/095679761452458

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Chapter 3


Del Valle, G. (2019). The high cost of college textbooks, explained. Vox. Retrieved from

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Chapter 4


Caulfield, M. (2017). Web literacy for student fact-checkers….and other people who care about facts. Retrieved from

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Chapter 5

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“Definitions of fact, theory, and law in scientific work.” (2008, October 17). National Center for Science Education. Retrieved from

Fisher, W. R (1984). Narration as a human communication paradigm: The case of public moral argument. Communication Monographs. 51 (1): 1–22. 

“Introduction to Open Educational Resources” (2019). University of Texas Arlington Libraries.

Jaggars, S. S., Rivera, M. D., & Briana A.(2019). College textbook affordability: Landscape, evidence, and policy directions. Midwestern Higher Education Compact.

O’Connor, D. J. (1958). The uses of Argument by Stephen Edelston Toulmin. Philosophy. 34 (130): 244–245. doi:10.1017/s0031819100037220

Popken, B. (2015). College Textbook Prices Have Risen 1,041 Percent Since 1977. NBC News.

“Report: Make Higher education affordable.” (2014). Public Interest Research Group.

Weinstein, B. D. (1993). What is an expert? Theoretical Medicine, 14, 57–93.

Wrench, J.S., Goding, A., Johnson, D.I., & Attias, B. A. (2011). Stand up, speak out: The practice and ethics of public speaking. 1st edition.


Chapter 6


Beighley, K. (1954). An experimental study of the effect of three speech variables on listener comprehension. Speech Monographs, 21(4), 248-253.

Bodiea, G. D., Powers, W. G., & Fitch-Hauser, M. (2006). Chunking, priming and active learning: Toward an innovative and blended approach to teaching communication-related skills. Interactive Learning Environments, 14(2), 119-135.

Daniels, T. D. & Whitman, R. F. (1981). The effects of message introduction, message structure, and verbal organizing ability upon learning of message information. Human Communication Research, 7(2), 147-160.

Sharp Jr., H. & McClung, T. (1966). Effects of organization on the speaker’s ethos. Speech Monographs, 33(2), 182-183.

Slagell, A. (2013). Why should you use a clear pattern of organization? Because it works. Communication Teacher, 27(4), 198-201.

Whitman, R. F. & Timmis, J. H. (1975). The influence of verbal organizational structure and verbal organizing skills on select measures of learning. Human Communication Research, 1, 293-301. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2958.1975.tb00277.

Yun, K. A., Costantini, C., & Billingsley, S. (2012). The effect of taking a public speaking class on one’s writing abilities. Communication Research Reports, 29(4), 285-291. doi:10.1080/08824096.2012.723270

Chapter 7

American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (n.d.). Aesthetic. American Heritage Dictionary. Retrieved from

Caygill, H. (1982). Aesthetics and civil society: Theories of art and society, 1640-1790. University of Sussex.

Conquergood, D. (2005). The trope of the talking book and other figures of speech. Text and Performance Quarterly 20(4), 325-241. Doi: 10.1080/10462930009366308

Cupchik G C. Winston A C. (1996) Confluence and divergence in empirical aesthetics philosophy and mainstream psychology. In Handbook of perception & cognition: Cognitive ecology. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Goldsbury, J. & Russell, W. (1844) The American Common-School Reader and Speaker. Boston: Tappan and Whittemore.

Marković, S. (2012). Components of aesthetic experience: aesthetic fascination, aesthetic appraisal, and aesthetic emotion. i-Perception3(1), 1–17. doi:10.1068/i0450aap

Merriam-Webster (n.d.). Aesthetic. Merriam Webster. Retrieved from

Munsell, J. (2011). Teaching elocution in the 21st-century communication Ccassroom. Communication Teacher, 25(1), 16-24.

Strati, A. (1996). Organizations viewed through the lens of aesthetics. Organization 3(2): 209-18.

Taylor, Steven S., Fisher, Dalmar, & Dufresne, R.L. (2002). The aesthetics of management storytelling: A key to organizational learning. Management Learning 33(3): 313-330.

Chapter 8

Brummett, Barry (2019). Techniques of Close Reading, 2nd ed. Los Angeles: SAGE.

Wimmer, L., Christmann, U., & Ihmels, E. (2016). Non-conventional figurative language as aesthetics of everyday communication. Metaphor and the Social World 6(2), 243-275. Doi: 10.1177/1350507602333002

Chapter 9

Cuddy, A. (2012). Your body language may shape who you are. TedTalk.

Lorde, Audre (1984). Age, race, class and sex: Women redefining difference. Sister Outsider. California: Crossing Press.

Lucas, S. A. (2015). The art of public speaking (12th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

Chapter 10

Frommer, F. (2012). How PowerPoint makes you stupid. Trans. by Holoch, G. New York, NY: The New Press.

Hasson, U., Hendler, T., Bashat, D.B., & Malach, R. (2001) Vase or face? A neural correlates of shape-selective grouping processes in the human brain. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol 13, No. 6, 744-753.

Lauer, D. A. & Pentak, S. (2000). Design basics (5th ed.). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt College Publishers.

Maier, D., Li, J., Tucker, P., Tufte, K., & Papadimos, V. (2005). Semantics of data streams and operators. Database Theory – Icdt 2005, Proceedings, 3363, 37-52.

Tufte, E. (2005) PowerPoint does rocket science–and better techniques for technical reports. Retrieved from

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Chapter 12

Gladwell, M. (2019) “Tempest in a teacup.” Revisionist History. Episode 3. Retrieved from iTunes.

Chapter 13

Festinger, L. (1957). Theory of cognitive dissonance. Redwood City, CA: Stanford University Press.

Lucas, S. A. (2015). The art of public speaking (12th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill

Massey, R. (2004). Environmental justice: Income, race, and health. Global Development and Environmental Institute. Tufts University.

Monroe, A. (1951). Monroe’s principles of speech. Chicago, IL: Scott Foresman.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2009, May 14). New study: Higher seat belt use could save many lives. NHTSA. Retrieved from Study:+Higher+Seat+Belt+Use+Could+Save+Many+Lives

Chapter 14

Gilbert, B. (2018). YouTube now has over 1.8 billion users every month, within spitting distance of Facebook’s 2 billion. Bussiness Insider.

Lind, S. (2012). Teaching digital oratory: Public speaking 2.0. Communication Teacher, 26(3), 163-169.


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