The College of Communication Dissertations Series is comprised of dissertations authored by Marquette University's College of Communication doctoral students.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Journalism and Community: A Case Study of the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service (NNS), Herbert J. Lowe Jr.

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Identification and Identity Building in/by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), David H. Torres

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Skinny Secrets: Promoting The "Less Is More" Ideology In Women's Diet Books, Cassidy Felker Garbutt

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Psychological Safety as a Mediator of Relational Coordination in Interdisciplinary Hospital Care Units, Barry C. Henrichs

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Using a Modified Heuristic-Systematic Model to Characterize Information Seeking on the Internet, Kyle Hill

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The Impurity Truth: How Popular Media Taught Millennial Males To Get Laid And "Do It" As Early As Possible, Patrick Raymond Johnson

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Rhetorical Invention, Leadership, And Dialogue: Dorothy Day's Extemporaneous Encounters, Tracy Ann Stockwell

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Follow Me: A Network Analysis Of Marquette University's Twitter Network, Angela Elaine Swenson

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

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How I Was Saved: Christian Faith Narratives in Contemporary Society, Allison Berg

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Investigating Predictors of Preferences for Deliberative Qualities of Political Conversations Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process, David L. Brinker

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Seeking Safety? Applying the Risk Information Seeking and Processing Model to Sexual Aggression on a College Campus, Gregory J. Calhoun

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Reclaiming "Victim" Through Untold Stories: An Analysis of the Personal Stories of Women Who Have Survived Violence, Ashley K. Collette

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Visual Resistance: How to Challenge Brand Messages Visually, Daria S. Kempka

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Mother: A Textual Analysis of Contemporary Mother Identities in Popular Discourse, Katherine Mayer

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Exploring the Social Entrepreneur: Individual and Organizational Identity Construction, Colleen C. Moore

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Relationship of Facebook Usage to Team Identification, Caitlin Moyer

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Culivating and Retaining Committed Volunteers: An Analysis of Volunteer Identification in Nonprofit Organizations, Nora Beth Pilak

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Manna from the Glossy Pulpit: Food Advertising in Women's Magazines, Kira-Lynn Reeves

Theses/Dissertations from 2011

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Assessing the Potential Effectiveness of Environmental Advertising: The Influence of Ecological Concern and Ad Type on Systematic Information Processing, Jingyu Bao

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"How Did Toyota Stay on Top?" Revisiting Crisis Communication Discourse, Rachel Marie Knoespel

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Perceived Reality of Images of Women in Magazines, Valerie Kretz

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Evolution of a President: John F. Kennedy and Berlin, Nicholas Labinski

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Consulting Social Media in the College Transition Process: Experiential Accounts of the Class of 2014, Amanda Stageman

Theses/Dissertations from 2010

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Effects of Parental Divorce on Uncertainty Following Initial Communication with a Potential Romantic Partner, Julia Ann Hansch

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A Narrative Analysis of Climate Change Coverage in the New York Times, 1988-2008: Social Responsibility and Weight-of-Evidence Reporting, Valerie Marie Valentine

Theses/Dissertations from 2009

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Young Love can be Torture: An Autoethnography Exploring the Making of High School Sweethearts, William Stanley Gartside

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Rise, decline, and re-emergence of media literacy education in the United States: 1960--2000, Ranjit Tigga

Submissions from 2008

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Constructions of masculinity and femininity and their impact on sexual harassment in the workplace, Marmy A Clason

Submissions from 2004

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Risk communication as protective behavior, Rebecca S Leichtfuss

Submissions from 2001

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The mother-adolescent daughter relationship: Experience, communication, and ethnicity, Barbara Anger Penington

Submissions from 2000

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The role of ethical position and product knowledge in consumer ethical evaluations of advertising content, Jeffrey John Maciejewski

Submissions from 1994

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Parenting styles and adolescent self-determination in academic, religious, and TV-related activities, Fernando Alberto Zabala