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Other Online Resources for Communication

  • American Rhetoric: The Power of Oratory in the United States
    5000+ full text, audio and video versions of public speeches, sermons, legal proceedings, lectures, debates, interviews, other recorded media events.
  • Design and Applied Arts Index (DAAI)  
      
    1973-present. Practice, theory and history of design, crafts, architecture and advertising.
  • Encyclopedia of Communication Theory
    2009. Covers theories and theoretical concepts and a relatively comprehensive overview of the entire field of communication theory. Entries address topics related not only to paradigms, traditions, and schools, but also metatheory, methodology, inquiry, and applications and contexts.
  • Encyclopedia of Rhetoric: Home
    150 entries on rhetoric, including classical studies, philosophy, literature, literary theory, cultural studies, speech, and communications. Combines theory, history, and practice, with a special emphasis on public speaking, performance, & communication.
  • JSTOR  
      
    Provides full-text access to the archives of core scholarly journals in the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences.
  • Meet the Press  
      
    Meet the Press is broadcast-television's longest-running program, with interviews, panels and debates from across the political spectrum that were televised 1947 through 2012.
  • Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
    ndependent opinion research group that studies attitudes toward the press, politics and public policy issues. More info.
  • ProQuest Research
    1971 to present (indexing); 1987 to present (full text); coverage varies by title. Most subjects covered.
  • SAGE Research Methods Online  
      
    Books, journals and reference books on social science research methods.
  • Social Sciences Full Text
    1983-present. Anthropology, economics, geography, law, political science, psychology, sociology.
  • Symbols.com
    Over 1,600 articles about 2,500 Western signs, arranged into 54 groups according to their graphic characteristics. Search using either graphic index or word index.

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