Comm 252  Multicultural Communication  (2/02)








Baron, Martin.  (2001).  Covering a New America:  How Multicultural Communities are Shaping the Future of Journalism.  Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.


Baus, Raymond.  (2000).  Do Unto Others As You’d Expect Them To Do Unto You?  An Examination of Attributions and Conversational Improvement Strategies in Intercultural Miscommunication Encounters.  Paper presented to National Communication Association.


Carter, Shirley Staples.  (2000).  2000 Michael Davis lecture series.  Department of Mass Communications:  Southeast Missouri State University.  February 20, 2000.


Caweti, John G.  (1996).  “Popular Culture/ Multiculturalism".  Journal of Pop Culture, 30, 3-19.


__________.  (1994).  Domestic partner benefit:  At what cost?  National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.


Drager, Michael W.  (1999).  Measuring the marketplace:  Diversity and editorial page content.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Durham, Meenakshi Gigi. (1999).  Displaced persons:  Race, sex and new discourses of Orientalism in the U.S. mass media.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Funabiki, Jon.  (1995).  News Watch:  A critical look at coverage of people of color.  California:  Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism, San Francisco State University.


Giles, Robert. (Spring,1999).  "Diversity in print".  Journal of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication,15-17.


Gudykunst, William & Kim, Young Yun.  (1997).  Communicating with strangers.  (3rd ed.).  New York:  McGraw-Hill.


Hampton, Diane C.  (Spring,1999).  "Diversity Issues".  Journal of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication, 9-14.


_____.  (    ).  Information for life, people communities, news diversity:  Conversations on newspapering.  Knight Rider.


McGill, Lawrence T. Ph.D.  (1999).  Newsroom diversity:  Meeting the challenge.  Virginia:  The Freedom Forum.


Meares,, Mary M.  Face concerns in the Intercultural Interactions:  Face-to Face Internet Conflict.  (2001).  Submitted to the national Communication Asociation for a Poster Session.


Ott, Jennifer.  (1999).  Revealing ourselves:  The language of life changes and survivorship.  Paper presented to NCA.


Peterman, Peggy.  (Fall, 1999).  Enlightening the eyes of our understanding.  Poynter Report, 18-19.


_____.  (2000).  Reality Checks:  Content analysis kit for diversity and accuracy.  Maynard Institute for Journalism Education.


Roy, Jody & Belling, Matthew.  (1997).  Reconstruction of race, religion and national identity in the discourse of contemporary white supremacists.  Paper presented to Wisconsin Communication Association.


Ruggles, Robert M.  (Spring, 1999).  "Diversity ain’t affirmative action.”   Journal of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication, 3-8.


Tobin, Loren & Brown, Colony. (Spring,1999).  "Diversity in broadcasting.”  Journal of the Association of Journalism and Mass Communication, 18-20.


Workman, Thomas A.  (1999).  Framing difference:  Employing Burke's frames to accept barriers to diversity.  Paper presented to NCA.




Cegala, Donald.  (2001).  The Effects of Patient Communication Skills Training for Senior Patients:  A comparison of Intervention Methods.  Paper presented to NCA.





Frame, Melissa J.  (2001).  Visible and Invisible:  The effects of Visual Impairment on Self and Others.  Paper presented to NCA.


Saunders, Becky A. & Smith, Dr. J.W.  (2001)  Blind Culture:  Myth or Reality.  Paper presented to the NCA.





_______  (2001).  Ask an Expert:  Bel Hernandez discusses Latino Stereotypes.  Interview.


Chen, Chung Hwang.  (1999).  Model minority discourse in the news media:  A comparison of Asian American and Mormon causes.  Paper presented to Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.


Clark, Deborah.  (    ).  Diagnosing and treating depression in Mexican immigrants.


Clark, Deborah.  (    ).  Cultural breakdown in the plains:  Subverting Crow Dog's tribe by controlling its politics and economy.


Dowlin, Sheryl L.  (1999).  Healing history's wounds:  Reconciliation communication efforts to build community between Native Americans and non-native peoples.  Paper presented to NCA.


Gaztambide-Geigel, Jose R. (1999).  Trust, efficency and political information seeking among Latinos.  Paper submitted to AEJMC.


Koenig, Anne.  (    ).  A view of Thanksgiving through Native American eyes.


Lamb, Diane.  (1999).  A critical analysis of the newspaper coverage of Native Americans by “The Daily Oklahoman”  newspaper for 1988:  A study focusing on Indian stereotypes, types and kinds of stories about Native Americans.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Lucas, Dr. David M.  (     ).  Our Grandmother of the Shawnee:  Messages of a Female Deity. 


Martinez, Melissa E.  (    ).  La gente de la frontera:  A cross cultural perspective on border identity.


Ogawa, Naoto & Chen, Miranda.  (2001).  Mutiethnic Speech Community of the Chinese:  A Chinese Restaurant in Oklahoma.  Paper presented to NCA


Toale, Mary C.  (1999).  Interethnic communication apprehension and relational maintenance strategy usage.  Paper presented to NCA.




Haller, Beth.  (1999).  Against the ADA:  News narratives and backlash.  Paper presented to NCA.


Hundley, Heather.  (1999).  Defining success and the ideal woman:  A discursive analysis of Lifetime's original movies.  Paper presented to NCA.


Vincent, Norah.  (2000).  Cunning Linguists.  The Advocate.  June 20, 2000.


Walsh, Susan.  (1999).  What's new in women's magazines?  Not much.  Paper presented to NCA.




Foss, Michele S.  (1999).  Let that be your last battlefield:  Race and biraciality in Star Trek.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Frisby, Cynthia M.  (1999).  “Beyond the Looking Glass:”   Thoughts and feelings of African American images in advertisements by Caucasian consumers.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Pondillo, Bob.  (1999).  KVUE-TV’s "Crime Guidelines” and unconscious racism:  A case study.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Sevitch, Dr. Benjamin.  (    ).  W.E.B. Du Bois and Jews:  A Lifetime of Opposing Anti-Semitism. 




Fitch, Fred.  (    ).  Religion, communicative action on Jurgen Habermas.  University of Kentucky.


______ (     ).  “The High Holidays.”   The Jewish Book of Why. 


Sexual Orientation


Sexual Orientation Bibliography.  Brief reading list on homosexual and bisexual interest.


Adams, Leroy. (1995).  Another Perspective:  A report on Gay and Lesbian issues in electronic journalism.  The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association and The Radio and Television News Directors Foundation.


Alley-Young, Gordon.  (    ).  The Cleavers meet Gays From Away:  Anti-Gay Persuasive Strategies of Maine’s Christian Right. 


Blanchard, Robert O.  (1999).  "The hate myth state.”   Reason Online. Retrieved from the World Wide Web:


Brookey, Robert Alan.  (    ).  Saints or Sinners:  Sociobiological Theories of Male Homosexuality. 


_________. (1993).  Deviates Defoliated:  Lesbians and gay men break into mainstream publicity, 1969.  Paper submitted for consideration for presentation to AEJMC.


_________.  (1996).  Gay in America.  San Francisco Examiner.


_____.  (2000).  Gay pride celebration.  30 Year Anniversary Edition, San Francisco Chronicle.


Gessen, Masha. (1995).  Double Jeopardy:  Homophobic attacks on the press, 1990-1995. Committee to Protect Journalism.


Koehler, Elizabeth M.  (1997).  Freedom for my speech, but not for yours:  Persistence of stigma and gay liberationists’ urge to censor in the 1970s.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Lafky, Sue A. & Brennan, Bonnie.  (1994)  For Better of For Worse:  Coming out in the Funnies Page.  Paper presented to the Gay, Lesbian, and Family Diversity Interest Group of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.


_________. (     ).  Lesbian and gay journalism fights back against the new right.


Millhous, Lisa.  (2001).  Intergrating Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender issues into the Organizational Communication Course:  Beyond Fear.  Draft manuscript for Round-table discussion at NCA.


_________. (     ).  The next step:  Showing a common history of treatment for minorities, women and gays in media content, newsrooms and journalism schools.  A proposal for further research and suggestions for a curriculum.


Post, Rachael.  (2000).  Out of the closet, but not quite in mainstream.  Poynter Institute.  Retrieved December 8, 2000 from the World Wide Web:


Slagle, R. Anthony.  (1998).  Resources on GLBT violence, heterosexism and homophobia.


Smith, Ralph R.  (    ).  Legislative Discourse on Justice, Morality, and Power:  The 1996 Defense of Marriage Act. 


Smith, Ralph R.  (1999).  Political discourses on identity:  Opposition and alternatives in lesbian and gay legislative advocacy.  Paper presented to NCA.


Stein, Ed & Schuklenk, Udo.  (1997).  The ethics of gender research on sexual orientation, 27 (4), 6.  Hastings Center Report.


________.   (    ).  Study Guide:  The Laramie Project. 


Sullivan, Caitlin.  (    ).  Alternatives:  A guide to covering lesbians and gays for media professionals.


Traina, Michael R.  (1993).  Representing the invisible:  A contemporary paradox in the stereotyping of gays in film.  Paper presented to the Speech Communication Association.


Voland, Howard.  (1992).  The framing of an issue:  A case study of gay and lesbian news coverage.  Paper presented to AEJMC.


Wakin, Daniel J.  (25 November 1999).  "Gay pageant reflects apartheid's end."  The Patriot News, E7.


Warren, Michael S.  (    ).  Coming out of the closet:  Ellen and the emergence of gay characters on network TV.


Wrench, Jason S.  (    ).  The Impact of Sexual Orientation and Temperment on Physical and Verbal Aggression and Homophobia. 


Wright- Plaster, Sarah. (1995).  Battling rights:  The gay, lesbian and bisexual community’s fight against the religious right’s anti-crusade and the role of the national media.  Paper presented to AEJMC.