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2011

Investigating foreign language graduate student instructors’ perceptions and use of technology in the classroom, Joshua J. Thoms; Educating the future foreign language professoriate for the 21st century

Researching the (dis)connection between literary discussions and speaking functions: A replication with intermediate learners, Joshua J. Thoms; Lenguaje, arte, y revoluciones ayer y hoy: New approaches to hispanic linguistic, literary, and cultural studies

The role of the teacher: Classroom discourse and building of classroom communities, Joshua J. Thoms; American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Using alternative forms of delivery in hybrid language courses, Joshua J. Thoms, Sheldon Lotten, and Peggy McNeil; Southern Conference on Language Teaching

Exploring pronunciation and speaking issues in and out of the L2 classroom, Joshua J. Thoms and Maritza Nemoga; Southern Conference on Language Teaching

Technology-enhanced delivery models in foreign language learning and teaching, Joshua J. Thoms and Fernando Rubio; Modern Language Association

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The More They Read, The More They Can Read, Nolan Weil; 45th Annual TESOL Convention

2010

Compliments and Purchasing Behavior in Telephone Sales Interactions, Josh Dunyon, Valerie Gossling, Sarah Willden, and John S. Seiter; Psychological reports

Anti-Americanism in the American mind, Jason A. Gilmore and L. Meeks; Communication Theory and Methodology Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Why do (we think) they hate us?: National identity, news content and attributions of blame, Jason A. Gilmore and L. Meeks; Political Communication Division, National Communication Association

Communicating Politicized Science, Jennifer Peeples; Department of Geology Seminar Series. Utah State University.

Super Women: Rethinking Women’s Communication in Supervisory/Mentoring Roles, Jennifer Peeples; Workshop for the Center for Women and Gender, USU

Toxic Sublime: Domesticating the Contaminated Landscape, Jennifer Peeples; Top Paper, Rhetoric and Public Address division

Start Making Sense! Introducing Students to Karl Weick’s Principles of Organizational Communication, John S. Seiter and Deborah Dunn; Communication Teacher

Aggressive Communication in Political Contexts, John S. Seiter and R. H. Gass; Arguments, Aggression, and Conflict: New Directions in Theory and Research

The Effect of Generalized Compliments, Sex of Server, and Size of Dining Party on Tipping Behavior in Restaurants, John S. Seiter and Harry Weger Jr.; The Journal of Applied Social Psychology

The Role of Background Behavior in Televised Debates: Does Displaying Nonverbal Agreement and/or Disagreement Benefit Either Debater?, John S. Seiter, Harry Weger Jr., Andrea Jensen, and Harold J. Kinzer; The Journal of Social Psychology

Nonsmoker’s Perceptions of Male and Female Cigarette Smokers’ Credibility, Likeability, Attractiveness, Considerateness, Cleanliness, and Healthiness, John S. Seiter, Harry Weger Jr., Mandy L. Merrill, R. Mark McKenna, and Matthew L. Sanders; Communication Research Reports

Au Naturel: (Re)Reading Hispanic Naturalism, J.P. Spicer Escalante

El cuento, el modernismo peruano y la literatura nacional, J.P. Spicer Escalante; Especulo: Revista de Estudios Literarios

Lucrecia Martel, Naturalist, J.P. Spicer Escalante

Manuel Beingolea y la novela modernista en el Peru: El caso de Bajo las lilas, J.P. Spicer Escalante; Leteras Hispanas

Mapping the Genealogy: Zola, Cambaceres and Naturalism’s “Very Long Tail.”, J.P. Spicer Escalante

Naturalist Metanarrative: Lucrecia Martel’s La Ciénaga (2001) and the “Long Tail” Hypothesis, J.P. Spicer Escalante

The “Long Tail” Hypothesis: The Diachronic Counter- Metanarrative of Hispanic Naturalism., J.P. Spicer Escalante; Au Naturel: (Re)Reading Hispanic Naturalism

Au Naturel: (Re)Reading Hispanic Naturalism, J.P. Spicer Escalante and Lara Anderson; Au Naturel: (Re)Reading Hispanic Naturalism

Interpreting the Wilderness Act of 1964, Gordon Steinhoff; Missouri Environmental Law and Policy Review

Society and Wilderness, Gordon Steinhoff; Interdiscplinary Environmental Review

Researching speaking functions in a Spanish literature classroom: A conceptual replication with intermediate learners, Joshua J. Thoms; XXVII Biennial Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures

Research on language development in literature classes: Part II, Joshua J. Thoms; American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Review of "The research process in classroom discourse analysis", Joshua J. Thoms; Modern Language Journal

Second language literary discussions: Where SLA theory and practice meet, Joshua J. Thoms; American Association for Applied Linguistics

Hybrid language teaching and learning: Exploring pedagogical and curricular issues, Joshua J. Thoms and Fernando Rubio; American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Strategies for Responding to Background Nonverbal Disparagement in Televised Political Debates: Effects on Audience Perceptions of Argument Skill and Appropriateness, Harry Weger Jr., John S. Seiter, Kimberly A. Jacobs, and Valerie Akbulut; Argumentation and Advocacy

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Assuming multiple roles in the development of a Reader’s Theater course, Nolan Weil; Asian EFL Journal. Professional Teaching Articles

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“Read It Again, Sam”: Giving Repeated Reading A Purpose, Nolan Weil; 44th Annual TESOL Convention

2009

Credibility and Public Diplomacy, R. H. Gass and John S. Seiter; Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy

Persuasion and Compliance Gaining, R. H. Gass and John S. Seiter; 21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook

Imaging Risk, Jennifer Peeples; National Communication Association Conference, Visual communication Division

Persuasion and Social Influence Theories, John S. Seiter; The Encyclopedia of Communication Theory

Social Judgment Theory, John S. Seiter; The Encyclopedia of Communication Theory

Persuasion by Way of Example: Does Including Gratuity Guidelines on Customers’ Checks Affect Tipping Behavior in Restaurants?, John S. Seiter, G. M. Brownlee, and M. Sanders; Applied Communication Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association

Introducing Students to Karl Weick's Principles of Organization Communication, John S. Seiter and D. Dunn; G.I.F.T.S (Great Ideas for Teaching Speech) Section at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association

Impression Management in Televised Debates: The Effect of Background Nonverbal Behavior on Audience Perceptions of Debaters’ Likeability, John S. Seiter, Harry Weger Jr., Harold J. Kinzer, and Andrea Sandry Jensen; Communication Research reports

Patriarchal Preoccupations: (De)Constructing Patriarchy in the Works of Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera and Clorinda Matto de Turner, J.P. Spicer Escalante

́rase una vez...: Sarmiento, Roca y el Proyecto Inconcluso de la Nación Argentina, J.P. Spicer Escalante

Review of The Economy of the Earth by Mark Sagoff , Gordon Steinhoff; Politics and the Life Sciences

Society and Wilderness, Gordon Steinhoff; 15th International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment

Analyzing whole-class discussions in a second language literature classroom: The role of affordances, Joshua J. Thoms; Second Language Research Forum

Textbook adoption: The advantages and disadvantages of a closed process, Joshua J. Thoms; American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Whole-class discussions in a L2 literature classroom: Affordance structures, perceptions, and heritage language learners, Joshua J. Thoms; American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese

Acquiring L2 cultural knowledge and changing attitudes: Blogs vs. email exchanges, Joshua J. Thoms and Fanny Roncal-Ramirez; Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium

Discussion on hybrid models of teaching and learning, Joshua J. Thoms, Fernando Rubio, and Heather Willis Allen; American Association of University Supervisors and Coordinators Business Meeting and Panel Session

Strategies for Responding to an Opponent's Nonverbal Disagreement in Televised Political Debates and their Effect on Audience Perceptions of Credibility and Likeability, H. Weger, John S. Seiter, K. A. Jacobs, and V. Akbulut; Alta Argumentation Conference

Strategies for Responding to Background Nonverbal Disparagement in Televised Political Debates: Effects on Audience Perceptions of Argument Skill and Appropriateness, H. Weger, John S. Seiter, K. A. Jacobs, and V. Akbulut; Forensics and Argumentation Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association

2008

Arguing for what No One Wants: The Narratives of Nuclear Waste Storage Proponents., Jennifer Peeples, Richard S. Krannich, and Jesse Weiss; Environmental Communication

Reconceptualizing Identity, Jim Rogers; International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR)

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'A Mob of Women' Confront Post-Colonial Republican Politics: How Class, Race, and Partisan Ideology Affected Gendered Political Space in Nineteenth-Century Southwestern Colombia, James Sanders; Journal of Women's History

Compliance Gaining Research: A Canonical Review, John S. Seiter and R. H. Gass; Rhetorik und Stilistik: Ein Internationales Handbuch Historischer und Systematischer Forschung (Rhetoric and Stylistics: An International Handbook of Historical and Systematic Research

Impression Management in Televised Debates: The Effect of Background Nonverbal Behavior on Audience Perceptions of Debaters’ Likeability, John S. Seiter, H J. Jensen, A. S. Jensen, and H. Weger; Mass Communication Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association

The Effect of Generalized Compliments, Sex of Server, and Size of Dining Party on Tipping Behavior in Restaurants, John S. Seiter and H. Weger; Applied Communication Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association

Compensatory Mitigation and the Possibility of Restoring Natural Wetlands,” , Gordon Steinhoff; Interdiscplinary Environmental Review

Mitigation Banking and the Problem of Consolidation, Gordon Steinhoff; Electronic Green Journal

Mitigation Banking and the Problem of Consolidation, Gordon Steinhoff; XXII World Congress of Philosophy

Review of "Investigating Classroom Discourse", Joshua J. Thoms; Modern Language Journal

Discussion on anniversary of Firth and Wagner (1997) debate, Joshua J. Thoms, Atsushi Hasegawa, Barbara Lafford, James Lantolf, Junko Mori, Jason Rothman, Bruce Spencer, Catherine Stafford, and Richard Young; University of Wisconsin-Madison/The University of Iowa Graduate Student Symposium

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Vocabulary Size, Background Characteristics, and Reading Skill of Korean Intensive English Students, Nolan Weil; Asian EFL Journal

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Thinking Beyond the Content: Critical Reading for Academic Success, Nolan Weil and Raymond Cepko

2007

Social Justice, Activism, and the Rhetorical Legacy of the 1999 WTO Protest, Jennifer Peeples; Western States Communication Association conference, Seattle, Washington

No Mobs—No Confusions—No Tumult’: Regulating Civil Disobedience, Jennifer Peeples and Bently Mitchell; The Electronic Journal of Communication

Communities of Practice: A framework for fostering coherence in virtual learning communities, Jim Rogers; Journal of Educational Technology and Society

Identity as a mediator of student praxis: Ethnographic musings, Jim Rogers; 2nd Socio-cultural Theory in Educational Research and Practice

The role of identity in understanding student practices: An ethnographic investigation of an on-line class, Jim Rogers; ECER

Unit 1: Greeting Patients at the Reception Desk, Jim Rogers; A self study workbook for health and social services professionals.

Ingratiation and Gratuity: The Effect of Complimenting Customers on Tipping Behavior in Restaurants, John S. Seiter; The Journal of Applied Social Psychology

Deception and Emotion: The Effects of Motivation, Relationship Type, and Sex on Expected Feelings of Guilt and Shame Following Acts of Deception in United States and Chinese Samples, John S. Seiter and Jon Bruschke; Communication Studies

The Effect of Compliments on Tipping Behavior in Hair Styling Salons, John S. Seiter and Eric Dutson; The Journal of Applied Social Psychology

Teaching Social Influence: Resources and Exercises from the Field of Communication, John S. Seiter and R. H. Gass; Social Influence

Teaching Students how to Analyze and Adapt to Audiences, John S. Seiter and R. H. Gass; Communication Teacher

The Role of Background Behavior in Televised Debates: Does Displaying Nonverbal Agreement and/or Disagreement Benefit Either Debater?, John S. Seiter, H J. Jensen, A. S. Jensen, and H. Weger; Forensics and Argumentation Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association

Communication and the Aesthetic Appreciation of Wetlands, Gordon Steinhoff; Interdiscplinary Environmental Review

From theory to practice: Language instruction in Spanish literature classes, Joshua J. Thoms and Cristina Carrasco; American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Journal-based self-studies of L1 English/L2 Spanish speakers learning L3 Kichwa in Ecuador and L3 Guaraní in Paraguay , Joshua J. Thoms and Carol Severino; Entre Lenguas

Linguistic, pedagogical, and cultural dissonance: Journal based studies of learning Kichwa in Ecuador and Guaraní in Paraguay, Joshua J. Thoms and Carol Severino; American Association for Applied Linguistics

2006

Political Cartoons: Furthering the Case for Visual Argument, R. H. Gass and John S. Seiter; Visual Communication Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association

Downwind: A Case Study of Contamination and Powerlessness in Community Environmental Activism, Jennifer Peeples; Western States Communication Association convention

Toxic Images: Human Health and Environmental Contamination in Vietnam, Jennifer Peeples; University of Utah, Communication Department

The Truth of the Matter: Motherhood, Community and Environmental Justice, Jennifer Peeples and Kevin M. DeLuca; Women's Stuies and Communication

Locating (material) students in virtual (and ideal) contexts of learning, Jim Rogers; American Education Research Association (AERA)

Background Behavior in Live Debates: The Effects of the Implicit Ad Hominem Fallacy, John S. Seiter, Harold J. Kinzer, and Harry Weger Jr.; Communication Reports

En su “calidad de viajera distinguida”, J.P. Spicer Escalante

L’écriture du féminin et les limites du naturalisme argentin, J.P. Spicer Escalante; Zola et le texte naturaliste en Europe et aux Amériques: Généricité, intertextualité et influences

Travel Writing and Social Consciousness: Che Guevara in/on Latin America, J.P. Spicer Escalante

Visiones patol—gicas nacionales, J.P. Spicer Escalante

Communication and the Aesthetic Appreciation of Wetlands, Gordon Steinhoff; 12th International Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment

Federal Environmental Impact Statements: Overly Inflated Needs Result in Needless Environmental Har, Gordon Steinhoff; Electronic Green Journal

Analyzing instructional discourse in a Spanish literature classroom: The effects of teacher questions, Joshua J. Thoms; American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese

The co-construction of participant expectations in second language classroom oral discourse, Joshua J. Thoms; Second Language Research Forum

Comparing the effects of blogging and email exchanges on the acquisition of L2 cultural knowledge, Joshua J. Thoms and Fanny Roncal-Ramirez; European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning

2005

Aggressive Mimicry: Wise Use and the Environmental Movement, Jennifer Peeples; Environmental Communication Yearbook