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From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 40, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedIntroduction to Part 2 When I finished writing the first part of this narrative review in late October of last year, many people in the United States, as well as in other parts of the world, were feeling particularly...
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From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 39, Issue 4) Peer-Reviewed1. Introduction There was a poll that came out ... this week that a third of all Americans think violence is sometimes justified to achieve their political ends. As we ... run into a bumpy time, that is truly scary....
From:Communication Research Trends (Vol. 35, Issue 4) Peer-Reviewed1. Introduction Media pundits and news sources both at home and abroad have labeled the 2016 presidential election in the United States as one of the most divisive in the history of the country. Among the causes of...
From:Presidential Studies Quarterly (Vol. 46, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedPresidential candidates use different language intensity in different situations. However, the literature is unclear as to when they should use low- or high-intensity language. We applied language expectancy theory and...
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