Essay exploring the detrimental effects of modern technology.
This paper analyzes Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward’s Watergate book All The President’s Men.
This paper examines the role of goverment agencies (the State Department, the U.S. Post Office, Congress) and the U.S. Supreme Court in the suppression of material and news, from national security issues to pornography.
This paper discusses posture as a form of non-verbal communication and as an expressive motor habit.
Discusses the role a pastoral counselor can play in healing a conflict within the church.
Compares two of the four theories of the press made famous by Siebert; the “Authoritarian Theory” and the “Libertarian Theory”.
This paper reviews David Farbers Chicago ’68.
This paper argues that the media biases our perception of wealth by depicting people on TV and in the movies as being wealthier than their real-world counterparts.
This paper discusses the need for effective communications training in health care facilities.
A study of the American recording industry’s marketing violence to its youth.