Volume 52, Number 17 December 13, 2004
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Behavioral and Social Sciences
Chul Heo presented "Technical 'Know-Hows' in the Production of Emotion: Critical Readings of Production Manuals from 1950s to the Present" and "Selling the Quality Television Audience: Consumer Culture and the Historical Constitution of the Desirable Audience within the TV Advertising Industry (1940 to the Present)."
Dina Ibrahim presented "Framing of Islam on Network News Post-9/11."
Brent Malin presented "Marketing Resistance: Photojournalistic Images of Political Protest in the 1920s and 1930s," "Imagining the Public: Stereoscopic Imagery in the Early 20th Century United States," "Mediating Emotion: Social Science, Technology, and Emotional Management in the Payne Fund Studies," and "Kairos and the Other Gender: Teaching about Masculinity."
Melissa Camacho presented "The Challenge of Negotiating Empowerment in Aerobics: Rhetorical Contradictions in Denise Austin's Daily Workouts."
Miriam Smith, Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts, gave presentations on "The U.S. Television Industry" at Shanghai International University and Jiao Tong University in China in October.
Health and Human Services
"Rough Translation," a short nonfiction piece by Toni Mirosevich, Creative Writing, appeared in the anthology The Impossible Will Take a Little While, edited by Paul Loeb and published by Basic Books.
Letters to Mina Harker by Dodie Bellamy, Creative Writing, was recently published by University of Wisconsin Press.
Travel, Communication and Geography in Late Antiquity: Sacred and Profane, co-edited by Linda Ellis, Museum Studies, and Frank Kidner, History, was recently published by Ashgate Publishing.
Mercilee Jenkins, Speech and Communication Studies, was awarded the 2004 Leslie Irene Coger Award for Distinguished Performance by the National Communication Association at an awards ceremony held Nov. 13 in Chicago.
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