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                                          November 20, 2005

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50100     8:00 am - 9:30 am             Third Floor Atrium            Third Floor           Marriott
 CREATING SITES FOR CONNECTION AND ACTION: GENERATING IDEAS AND COLLABORATION
                                FOR SAN ANTONIO
Sponsor: NCA Second Vice President

This session will serve as a conversation to generate ideas for NCA 2006 sessions that would facilitate connection and
action.

50101     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Boston College           Third Floor                Marriott
                              PRIVILEGE IN DEBATE AS COMMUNITY ILLNESS
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Kevin A. Johnson, University of Texas, Austin
Panelists:
   Kevin A. Johnson, University of Texas, Austin
   Ede Warner, University of Louisville
   Daryl Burch, University of Louisville
   Andy Ellis, Marist University
Privilege in the debate community is often discussed in terms of Urban Debate Leagues and other forms of outreach.
However, there is little discussion about what constitutes privilege within the procedures of debate. Part one will be a
debate between two teams that regularly use rap music in order to challenge the privilege at work in the procedures of
debate. Part two will be a roundtable discussion about the implications of privilege embedded in procedure.

50102     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Boston University           Third Floor             Marriott
     EXPLORING ISSUES THAT AFFECT THE COMMUNICATION OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma
   "Patient Advocacy, Communication, and Constraint: The Challenge of Service Recovery in Health Care Contexts."
        Donald Martin, DePaul University
   "The Performance of Dialysis Care: Routinization and Adaptation on the Floor." Laura L. Ellingson, Santa Clara
        University
   "Conflicts in Interpreters' Role Management in Provider-Patient Interactions." Elaine Hsieh, University of
        Oklahoma
   "Medical Resident Sense-making about Lawsuits: Metaphorical and Institutional Analyses." Carey M. Noland,
        Northeastern University; Walter J. Carl, Northeastern University

50103     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Brandeis          Third Floor                       Marriott
                            GROUP INTERACTION AND COMMUNITY BUILDING
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Kathleen M. Propp, Western Michigan University
   "A Public Meeting from an Officeholder's Perspective: An Exploration of Goals, Expectations, Strategies,
        Outcomes, and Surprise." Todd Kelshaw, Montclair State University
   "From Small Group Member to Citizen: Measuring the Impact of Jury Deliberation on Citizen Identity and Civic
        Norms." John W. Gastil, University of Washington; Laura W. Black, University of Washington; Perry Deess,
        New Jersey Institute of Technology
   "Exploring Irrationality: A Case Study of a Neighborhood Association." Sunshine O'Neal Webster, University of
        Texas, Austin; Matthew Koschmann, University of Texas, Austin; Nicole Laster, University of Texas, Austin
   "Listening to the City: Difference, Identity, and Storytelling in Online Discussions about Commemorating
        September 11th." Laura W. Black, University of Washington
Respondent: Karen Tracy, University of Colorado, Boulder
50104    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Cape Cod          Fourth Floor                   Marriott
              GLOBALIZATION, NATIONAL PRIDE, AND THINKING ABOUT THE VISUAL
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: David Natharius, Arizona State University
   "An Echoed Counter-aesthetic: Evidentiary Realism and the Digitally Manipulated Image." David S. Heineman,
        University of Iowa
   "Participatory Democracy in the Global Public Sphere: Scale, Media Events, and the Body." Young-Cheon Cho,
        University of Iowa
   "Participatory Visual Production for Advocacy: a Theoretical Exploration on Its Effectiveness." Ying Li,
        University of Southern California
   "Visual Communication's A-visual Foundation: Synesthesia as Case Study." Kevin C. Williams, Shepherd
        University
   "Recreating Healthy Nationalism on the National Geographic Channel." Ishita Sinha Roy, Allegheny College

50106    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Falmouth          Fourth Floor                   Marriott
    THE VISUAL RHETORIC OF UNBREAKABLE AND THE VILLAGE: COMPETING VISIONS OF
                    DISABILITY IN M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN'S FILMS
Sponsor: Disability Issues Caucus
Chair: James Ferris, University of Wisconsin, Madison
   "Reviewing Ableist Visual Rhetoric: 'Deviance is Evil' in M. Night Shyamalan's 'Unbreakable' and 'The Village'."
        James L. Cherney, Miami University of Ohio
   "Bumping into the Other: The Hyper-normal Body in 'Unbreakable'." Jesse Bishop, University of West Georgia
   "Who Am I? Disability and Self-definition in M. Night Shyamalan's 'Unbreakable'." Laura Hague, Austin
        Community College

50108    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Harvard          Third Floor                     Marriott
 AN ENTERTAINING APPROACH TO POLITICAL COMMUNICATION: PRESERVING THE HEALTH
    OF THE DISCIPLINE BY EXPLORING ENTERTAINMENT CONSUMPTION AND POLITICAL
                                    ATTITUDES
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Russell Tisinger, University of Pennsylvania
   “Audience Approaches to Entertainment on TV: Entertainment, Reality, or Both?” Russell Tisinger, University of
        Pennsylvania
   "'Fahrenheit 9/11' Catches Heat: How Different Audiences Perceive the Boundaries between Politics and
        Entertainment." Emily West, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Watching Bartlet in Bush Country: Political Conversations on 'The West Wing' Bulletin Boards." Rachel Gans,
        University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School
   "Who's There? Reality TV and Changing Attitudes about Privacy." Lemi Baruh, University of Pennsylvania

50109    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Hyannis         Fourth Floor                     Marriott
                   BALLOT OR BULLET: DOES IT MAKE A HEALTHY DIFFERENCE?
Sponsor: National Forensics Association
Chair: David Moscowitz, Butler University
   "Is That a Stopwatch in your Pocket or Are You Just Happy to See Me Perform?" Jennifer L. Talbert, Kent State
        University
   "Ballots as a Measure of Health: A Textual Analysis of Comments." Mary K. Moore, Ball State University
   "Why 'Nice Suit' is Not an Acceptable RFD." Janis E. Crawford, Butler University
   "Ballots: A Student Perspective." Greg Moser, Butler University
Respondent: David Moscowitz, Butler University
50110     8:00 am - 9:15 am             MIT              Third Floor                        Marriott
 THE HEALTH OF THE COMMUNICATION STUDIES IN THE AGE OF "VIOLENCE AS A SOLUTION"
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Lana G. Marlow, Angelo State University
   "The Tulsa Race Riot and the Struggle for Recognition and Reparations." Lana G. Marlow, Angelo State
        University
   "The Defective Decision-making of George W. Bush: Implementing Solutions before Understanding the Problem."
        Bruce C. McKinney, University of North Carolina, Wilmington; William D. Kimsey, James Madison
        University
   "Depictions of War and Violence in Cyberspace and the Health of the Discipline." Christine Russell, East Carolina
        University; Lana G. Marlow, Angelo State University
   "Preparing the Incarcerated for Recidivism." Johnathan Marlow, University of the Incarnate Word
Respondent: Stephen J. Hartnett, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

50111     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Nantucket           Fourth Floor                    Marriott
                             TEAMWORK AS A FRAME FOR THE BASIC COURSE
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Susan Holton, Bridgewater State College
Panelists:
   Estelle F. Wenson, Bridgewater State College
   Amy McMannis, Bridgewater State College
   Denise Haley, Bridgewater State College
   Bob Bowers, Bridgewater State College
   Priscilla Lewis, Bridgewater State College
In one model for the Basic Course, a senior professor works with junior colleagues to deliver the course; this is the "top
down". There is an alternative model, a true teamwork approach to the creation and delivery of the Basic Course. We
will discuss the ways in which this model was developed, how we nurture the teamwork, and how it is truly a
collaborative effort.

50112     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Northeastern           Third Floor                  Marriott
               DEVELOPING HEALTHY PERFORMANCE ARTS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
Sponsor: Theatre Division
Chair: Jonas K. Nissen, Bethany Lutheran College
Panelists:
   Timothy N. Cochran, Holyoke Community College
   Robert F. Gorg, Spoon River College
   Angela L. Nissen, Bethany Lutheran College
   Teresa Durbin, Ashland University
   Jonas K. Nissen, Bethany Lutheran College
Sophocles solos in the sticks, the Bard beats the boards in the boonies, and commedia goes country! This panel will
discuss the current state(s) of theatre in rural communities, including the challenges of starting and maintaining a
performance oriented organization. Topics will include logistical tactics regarding talent recruitment, show publicity,
production concerns and limitations, philosophical approaches and guidelines of a company, business considerations,
staying financially solvent, and whether the art can survive during harvest season.

50113     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Orleans          Fourth Floor                       Marriott
    MANAGING INTERACTIVE TROUBLES: COMPETITIVE PAPERS IN LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL
                                 INTERACTION
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Larry D. Linton, University of California, Santa Barbara
   "Parental Coaxing in Action: A Conversation Analytic Approach to Understanding the Parent's Pursuit of
        Compliance." Heidi Kevoe, Rutgers University
   "Communicational Understanding as a Procedural Achievement in the Interlanguage/Intercultural Interaction."
        Shiaoyun Chiang, State University of New York, Oneonta
   "Empathy and Sympathy within the Pursuit of Advice." Christopher J. Pudlinski, Central Connecticut State
        University
   "Disputes and Resolutions: It's Not Just Semantics." Madeline Maxwell, University of Texas
Respondent: Daniel P. Modaff, Ohio University
50114    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Provincetown          Fourth Floor                Marriott
                                  HATE SPEECH AND ANTI-HATE SPEECH
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: John Haas, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
   "From Hatred to Terrorism: Mythic Representations in Hunter." M. Justin Davis, University of North Carolina,
        Chapel Hill; Michael S. Waltman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "The Gay Leprechaun: Using Preexistent Frames of Hate to Peripherally Persuade." Emily Ravenscroft, University
        of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "From Everyday to Extraordinary Racism: Gateways of Hate on the Internet." Katrina Bodey, University of North
        Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "The Role of Narrative in the Creation of an Anti-hate Discourse." Michael S. Waltman, University of North
        Carolina, Chapel Hill; Maya F. Rosman, Penn State University
Respondent: Jonathan G. Shailor, University of Wisconsin, Parkside

50116    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Regis         Third Floor                         Marriott
                      INTERRACIAL COMMUNICATION: THEORY INTO PRACTICE
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer F. Wood, Millersville University
   "Critical Reflections on the Utility of Third Wave Feminist Theorizing in Interracial Communication Research."
        Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan University; Sakile K. Camara, University of Houston, Downtown; Mark C.
        Hopson, George Mason University; Andrea S. Heidtman, Western Michigan University
   "Understanding White Identity Development: A Dialogic Approach." Christopher R. Groscurth, University of
        Georgia; Tina M. Harris, University of Georgia
   "'The Crayola Activity'": A Pedagogical Strategy for College Student Enlightenment about Racial/Ethnic
        Difference." Tina M. Harris, University of Georgia; Christopher R. Groscurth, University of Georgia; Alison B.
        Trego, University of Georgia
   "'Black Buck Got Loose In The Big House': Race And Representation Of The Interracial Romantic Relationship In
        The Film ‘O.’." Shanara R. Reid, University of Georgia; Tina M. Harris, University of Georgia
Respondent: Leda M. Cooks, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

50117    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon A         Fourth Floor                      Marriott
 DEVELOPING NEO-CONSERVATIVE IDEOLOGY: THEORETICAL IMPLICATIONS AND CRITICAL
                                APPLICATIONS
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Bradley Gangnon, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   "The Conscience of a Neo-Conservative: A Critical Approach to Neo-Conservative Ideology." James T. Petre,
        Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   "The Coactive Persuasion Environment between George W. Bush and the Project for a New American Century."
        Melva J. Kearney, University of South Alabama
   "A Comparative Analysis of Newspeak, Neoconservative, and Bush Administration Rhetoric." Shane A. Miller,
        Eastern Illinois University; Tomasz Tabako, University of Iowa
   "Blending Religious Fundamentalist and Neoconservative Rhetorical Visions." Donald C. Shields, University of
        Missouri, St. Louis; John F. Cragan, St. Thomas University
   "Neo-Conservative Marriage Discourse: The Federal Marriage Amendment." Bradley Gangnon, Southern Illinois
        University, Carbondale
   "Neoconservative Rhetoric in a Red State Legislature: A Public and Interpersonal Ethnography of Arguments in
        Arkansas." Lindsley F. Smith, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Respondent: Jason Carl Del Gandio, Independent Scholar

50119    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon B         Fourth Floor                      Marriott
            THEORIZING PRACTICE, PRACTICING THEORY: CASES FROM U.S. HISTORY
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Michael Leff, University of Memphis
   "Theory and Practice in American Antebellum Rhetoric: Jefferson's Rhetoric of Republicanism." Jennifer
       Mercieca, Texas A&M University
   "Jacksonian Federalism, or Theodore Sedgwick II's Economic Theory as Jacksonian Rhetorical Practice." David C.
       Gore, Texas A&M University
   "John Quincy Adams: Rhetoric, Oratory, and the Intersection of Theory and Practice." Michael William Pfau,
       University of Minnesota, Duluth
   "Practicing Citizenship: Women's Voting as Public Performance, 1868-1875." Angela G. Ray, Northwestern
       University
Respondent: Michael Leff, University of Memphis

50120    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon C          Fourth Floor                     Marriott
                                       RHETORIC, ETHICS AND ETHOS
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Studies Division
Chair: Dale Cyphert, University of Northern Iowa
   "Recovering Ethos and Prosopopoeia for a Rhetoric of Sampling." Brett R. Ommen, Northwestern University
   "Theorizing Rhetorical Excellence: Rhetoric as Ethical Ends." Jeffrey P. Drury, University of Wisconsin, Madison
   "Levinasian Ethical Dialogue as a Critical Method: Rhetorics of Self and Being in X-Men." Bonnie Million,
        University of Utah
Respondent: Dale Cyphert, University of Northern Iowa

50121    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon D          Fourth Floor                     Marriott
        WHAT COLOR IS YOUR LENS? STORYTELLING AS A TOOL IN TEACHING TOLERANCE
Sponsor: Elementary and Secondary Education Section
Chair: Richard F. Somer, Hamilton College
Panelists:
   Nelson da Costa, Doane College
   Kelly Dolak, Ramapo College
   Pamela A. Kaylor, Ohio University, Lancaster
   Celeste C. Lacroix, College of Charleston
   Henry L. Roubicek, University of Houston Downtown
   Ruma J. Sen, Ramapo College
   Deborah B. Shelley, University of Houston Downtown
Respondent: Robert G. Westerfelhaus, College of Charleston
Panelists will describe how they use a variety of narrative approaches to promote tolerance of self and others among
students. Afghani, Appalachian, Brazilian, Jewish, Indian, Working Class and other stories and story-telling approaches
will be shared. Techniques and topics are especially appropriate for high school students. Panel will include video and
performances.

50122    8:00 am - 10:45 am            Salon E         Fourth Floor                      Marriott
                                  NCA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY MEETING
Sponsor: NCA Legislative Assembly

50125    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon H         Fourth Floor                      Marriott
                      REVALUING NIETZSCHE FOR RHETORIC AND DEMOCRACY
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chair: John Poulakos, University of Pittsburgh
   "Nietzschean Bodily Attunement and a 'Face-to-face' Citizenship." Debra Hawhee, University of Pittsburgh
   "Rhapsodic Rhetorics and Democratic Angst: A Nietzschean Theory of the Sublime." Ned O'Gorman, University
        of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   "Nietzsche on Rhetoric and Democracy." Nathan A. Crick, University of Pittsburgh
   "Rhetoric and the Self-overcoming of Democracy." Bradford J. Vivian, Vanderbilt University
Respondent: John Poulakos, University of Pittsburgh
50127     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon I        Fourth Floor                        Marriott
         RONALD WILSON REAGAN: RHETORIC, SUMMITRY AND WINNING THE COLD WAR
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Martin Medhurst, Baylor University
   "The Antecedents of Ronald Reagan's Presidential Cold War Speeches: Continuity, Change and Dualism in the
       Anti-Communist Rhetoric of the Great Communicator, 1940s-1970s." Kurt Ritter, Texas A&M University
   "Peaceful Confrontation: Reagan's Reformulated Rhetoric of Rapprochement Surrounding the 1985 Geneva
       Summit." Buddy W. Howell, Purdue University
   "A Study in Value Appeals and Identification-President Ronald Reagan's Moscow State University Address." John
       M. Jones, Pepperdine University; Robert C. Rowland, University of Kansas
Respondent: Martin Medhurst, Baylor University

50128     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon J         Fourth Floor                       Marriott
   MENTORING AMONG CO-CULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES: PROMOTING HEALTH IN THE
                    DISCIPLE THROUGH WOMEN'S NARRATIVES
Sponsor: Feminist and Women's Studies Division
Chair: Felicia L. Sanders, Bowling Green State University
Panelists:
   Denise A. Menchaca, The Catalina Center
   Yahui Zhang, Bowling Green State University
   Cheri Hampton-Farmer, Bowling Green State University
   Toniesha Taylor, Bowling Green State University
   Lynda Dixon, Bowling Green State University
This is part two of a panel that began in Chicago on mentoring among co-cultures in the United States. Mentoring is an
important strategy for success in academe. A mentor is a professional in an organization that provides information,
advice, shared values, and emotional support (Kalbfleisch & Davis, 1991). This panel seeks to promote a "healthy"
view of mentoring through the experiences of several co-cultural (Orbe, 1998) group members in the National
Communication Association, specifically women. Each discussant in the panel provides the mentoring experience of
different co-cultures featuring Latina, African American, Native American, Asian, and White. As members of NCA,
this is one way to promote the "health of a discipline" by increasing positive mentoring experiences of women who are
members of U.S. co-cultures.

50129     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Salon K          Fourth Floor                      Marriott
        KEEPING OUR UNIONS HEALTHY: A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION OF EXPERIENCE AND
                                      RESEARCH
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Charlotte Amaro, Lake Superior State University
Panelists:
   Roberta L. Crisson, Kutztown University
   William Dailey, Central Michigan University
   George H. Denger, Lake Superior State University
   Thomas A. Discenna, Oakland University
   Danielle E. Endres, University of Washington
   Stephen A. Smith, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
This panel explores the application of communication skills and research to academic unions. The participants bring
experience and research to provide a better understanding of the specific skills communication faculty bring to
bargaining units. Whether it is walking a picket line, negotiating a new contract, resolving a grievance, or promoting a
local chapter, these professionals have done in it all using interpersonal and organizational communication, conflict
management, rhetorical strategies, and public relations.

50131     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Simmons           Third Floor                      Marriott
        COMMAND PERFORMANCE: USING THE FESTIVAL FORMAT AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Christina Gesmundo, Instructor
   "Persuade Me: Developing a Campus Wide Speech Contest." Julie Ann Weishar, Parkland College
   "The Showcase: Planning Your Departmental Colloquium." Trent R. Webb, Nassau Comm College
   "Class Act: Using the Festival Format as a Final Exam." Christiana M. Hopkins, Columbus State Community
        College; Libby A. McGlone, Columbus State Community College
50132    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Suffolk         Third Floor                       Marriott
        DIFFERENCE MATTERS: NEW APPROACHES TO STUDYING DIVERSITY IN CAREERS
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Patrice Buzzanell, Purdue University
   "Critical Perspectives on Diversity Management Practices." Alicia Dutta-Bergman, Purdue University
   "Redefining Career for Marginalized Groups: Gypsies in Eastern Europe." Elena Gabor, Purdue University
   "Heroes and Misfits: The Dualistic Metaphors of Leadership and Disability." Lorraine Kisselburgh, Purdue
        University
   Women in MBA Programs: Does a 'Hidden Curriculum' Create Barriers? Joy Dietz, Purdue University
   "Conceptualizations of the Glass Ceiling for Asian Women CEOs." Vidhi Chaudhri, Purdue University; Zhiying
        Wang, Purdue University
Respondents: Karen Lee Ashcraft, University of Utah, Dennis K. Mumby, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

50133    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Tufts         Third Floor                         Marriott
      THE HEALTH OF AN IMAGE: NAVIGATING IMAGE CONCERNS CREATED BY EXTERNAL
                                     FACTORS
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Angela M. Jerome, Illinois State University
   "Changing Times, Changing Identities: Baxter International's Changing Identity in the Post Crisis Period." Julie A.
        Davis, College of Charleston
   "Negotiating Double-bind Stakeholder Interests: The AARP and the 2003 Medicare Prescription Drug Act." Debra
        J. Ford, University of Kansas; Mary F. Hoffman, Texas State University, San Marcos
   "The Sub-genre of Interorganizational Conflict: Firestone and Ford as Exemplar." Angela M. Jerome, Illinois State
        University; Robert C. Rowland, University of Kansas
   "Diamonds are a Fan's Best Friend: Major League Baseball and the Restoration of Image as 'Image'." Phillip
        Chidester, University of Kansas
Respondent: Joseph Zompetti, Illinois State University

50135    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Vineyard          Fourth Floor                    Marriott
         OUR HOPES AND PRAYERS: PUBLIC POLICY AND THE RHETORICAL PROCESS OF
                                   RECONCILIATION
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Bryan M. Urbsaitis, New York University
   "The Health of an Academic Community: A Case Study of Discursive Taboos." Julie W. Morgan, Eastern
        University
   "Praying for Reconciliation: More Fervent Hopes for New Friends than Fallen Family." Paul W. Oehlke,
        Independent Scholar
   "Being Infallible Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry." Martin J. Lang, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
   "Saving Saint Stanislaus: Breach and the Thought of Reconciliation." Leslie J. Reynard, Southern Illinois
        University, Edwardsville
Respondent: Bryan M. Urbsaitis, New York University

50136    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Wellesley         Third Floor                     Marriott
                             TRAVERSING WHITENESS, MAPPING ITS SPACES
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Sara DeTurk, University of Texas, San Antonio
   "Exploring Whiteness Theories from a Non-U.S. Perspective." Sachiko Tankei, Southern Illinois University,
        Carbondale
   "'Interactions with Friends Who are Not the Stereotypical White American': Teaching Culture to Internationally
        Adopted Children." Meredith Marko, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
   "Voices of Defiance: Challenging Identity Stereotypes through Comedy." Alice A. Filmer, University of Illinois,
        Urbana-Champaign
   "The Duality of Whiteness: Mapping the Space in Between." Jennifer Mease, Arizona State University
   "Measuring the Effects of Ethnicity, Sex, and Teacher Credibility." Richie Hao, Southern Illinois University,
        Carbondale

50137    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Yarmouth           Fourth Floor                   Marriott
HELLO, DO YOU WANT TO HOOK-UP? ANALYZING REALITY DATING TELEVISION'S INFLUENCE
                                            ON DATING EXPECTATIONS
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Ronald E. Lee, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
   "The Mirror of Society: Cultural Myths and Reality Television." Alison Miller, University of Southern Mississippi
   "Love, Surveillance, and Resistance: Analyzing the 'Real' Audience." Blair C. Thompson, University of Nebraska,
        Lincoln
   "She Asks/ He Asks: A Comparison of Heterosexual Imaginary in 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette'." Andrea
        McClanahan, East Stroudsburg University
   "The Reality of Reality Dating: Analyzing Viewers' Resistance Messages." Elizabeth N. Ribarsky, University of
        Nebraska, Lincoln
   "Performing Romance: From the Back Seat to Center Stage in Game Show Courtship." Marc D. Leverette,
        Colorado State University

50141     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Beacon A         Third Floor                        Sheraton
                                      PERFORMANCE AND DIMINISHMENT
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Heather Williams, Bowling Green State University
   "Criticism and Diminishment." Ronald Pelias, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   "Taking the Stage with George Walker Bush." Lesa Lockford, Bowling Green State University
   "Performing from Hatred." Marcy R. Chvasta, University of South Florida
   "Empathy-Smashing Machine: Performance in the Era of Scatternet." Keith C. Pounds, Hofstra University

50142     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Beacon B         Third Floor                        Sheraton
                INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Nanette M. Hogg, University of Nebraska, Kearney
   "Traditional and Online Support Networks during the Cross-cultural Adaptation of Chinese International Students
        in the United States." Jiali Ye, Georgia State University
   "Use and Connection: A Fulbright 'Field' Report on CMC in Bulgaria." Yingfan Zhang, Suffolk Community
        College
   "The Relationship of Mobile Phone Use Addiction and Depression among College Students: American and
        Taiwanese Cases." Yi-Fan Chen, Rutgers University
   "When the Cellular Phone Meets Television in South Korea." Chunhyo Kim, Temple University
   "Internet Dependency and Community Ties: Centered on Media Dependency Pattern of Korean Students in the
        U.S. and Its Impacts." Youngju Sohn, Florida State University; Young Suk Song, Florida State University;
        Jeong Kyu Lee, Michigan State University
Respondent: Noemi C. Marin, Florida Atlantic University

50143     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Beacon C         Third Floor                        Sheraton
   WHEN CRISIS OCCURS: HOW TO MAINTAIN THE EMOTIONAL HEALTH OF YOUR PROGRAM
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: Leah E. White, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Panelists:
   David Gaer, Laramie County Community College
   Kellie W. Roberts, University of Florida
   Judith Santacanterina, Northern Illinois University
   Richard E. Paine, North Central College
   Brian R. Klosa, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Respondent: Fran Dickson, University of Denver
Although many forensic coaches feel comfortable counseling students individually, the role of counselor becomes
exponentially more difficult when crisis situations occur that impact the whole team. This discussion panel will bring
together a diverse group of forensic professionals who will share their experiences guiding forensic teams through
crisis situations such as illness, suicide, accidental death and assault. A respondent who specializes in crisis counseling
will provide feedback to the panelists and audience members.

50144     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Beacon D         Third Floor                        Sheraton
  ETHICS ACROSS THE CURRICULUM: COMMUNICATION, ENGINEERING, WRITING, BUSINESS,
                                AND PHILOSOPHY
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Amy R. Wolfsen, University of Utah
Panelists:
   Amy R. Wolfsen, University of Utah
   Anne Robertson, University of Utah
   Tammy S. McGuire, University of Missouri, Columbia
   Laura Card, University of Utah
   Gordon Mower, University of Utah
Respondent: April Kedrowicz, University of Utah
Based on recent corporate scandals, industries have called for better ethics education and standards in academia. In
response to this call, this panel integrates a multidisciplinary discussion that raises passionately held questions about
ethics pedagogy across the curriculum. Specifically, how do we currently integrate and teach ethics in the classroom,
what are the communicative aspects of ethics education, and what are students' responses to ethics in the classroom?
We will discuss future curriculum approaches for better ethics education.

50145     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Beacon EFG          Third Floor                     Sheraton
           USING SOCIAL INFLUENCE IN NON-TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL CONTEXTS
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Kristen Nanaziashvili, North Dakota State University
   "The Relationship between Coach Immediacy and Affective Learning, Motivation, and Satisfaction of Collegiate
        Rowing Athletes." Todd Plain, California State University, Sacramento; Kimo Ahyun, California State
        University, Sacramento
   "Coach Power Use: The Influence of Playing Status and Athlete Sex on Coaches' Use of Power with High School
        Athletes." Paul D. Turman, University of Northern Iowa
   "The Relationships among Teacher Self-disclosure, Behavior Alternation Techniques, and Out-of-Class
        Communication." Jacob L. Cayanus, Oakland University; Matthew M. Martin, West Virginia University; Sara
        R. Banfield, West Virginia University
Respondent: Ann B. Frymier, Miami University

50146     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Beacon H         Third Floor                        Sheraton
 "I THINK I'M A FEMINIST, BUT I'M INTERESTED IN 'MASCULINE' THINGS": EXPLORING THIRD-
                    WAVE FEMINIST METHODS IN MULTIPLE CONTEXTS.
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chairs: Michaela D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport University, Maria B. Torres, Keene State College
   "Rescue Representation: Examining Firefighting in Contemporary Popular Film." Dan McCleese, Christopher
        Newport University
   "Red Sox Fans are Feminists: Gender Parallels in the Media's Representation of the Boston Red Sox." Allison
        Burr-Miller, Christopher Newport University
   "Kickin' Identity: Young Women, Soccer, and the Construction of Self." Jessica Kotula, Christopher Newport
        University
   "Standpoint Theory: Single-Sex Schools vs. Coeducational Schools." Amy Zapatka, Keene State College
Respondent: Mary Rose Williams, University of Wisconsin, Platteville

50147     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Berkeley A         Third Floor                      Sheraton
        COMMUNICATIVE ACCULTURATION AND IDENTITY TRANSFORMATIONS OF FEMALE
                                  IMMIGRANTS
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Benson P. Fraser, Regent University
   "Empowering Healthier Identities in the U.S. Context: Battered Immigrant Latinas Lodge Legal Complaints."
        Monique A. Myers, Stonehill College
   "Identity Issues and Media Use in the Acculturation of Arab Women Immigrants in Metropolitan Detroit." Janet R.
        Blakely, Regent University
   "Contested Identities: Post-September 11 Media Influences on the Identities of Female Afghan Immigrants."
        Valerie J. Smith, California State University, East Bay
   "Rebuilding Dependency Relationships: Female Immigrant Identity and Intimacy." Ripley Smith, Northwestern
        College
Respondent: Devika Chawla, Ohio University

50149     8:00 am - 9:15 am              Berkeley B        Third Floor                       Sheraton
 INTERNATIONAL TEACHING ASSISTANTS: A DISTINCTIVE EXPERIENCE OF CHALLENGES AND
                                    SUCCESS
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
Panelists:
   Nadia Anaya-Johnston, University of North Texas
   Yea-Wen Chen, University of North Texas
   Natabhoma Mabachi, University of Kansas
   Samuel Muwanguzi, University of North Texas
   Kai Wang, University of Kansas
Cultural backgrounds play an important role in the instructor-student relationship. International teaching assistants
bring unique expectations about teaching, education, and classroom interaction to their students. While the common
challenge is to overcome ethnic/racial stereotypes, new situations emerge when the instructor has a disability. What are
the true challenges that an international teaching assistant might face? How can international teaching assistants
overcome those challenges to achieve success in the U.S. classroom and in the field of education? Hence, this
discussion panel can offer a relevant and unique perspective that will provide prospective and current international and
national graduate students as well as faculty training international teaching assistants an understanding of the
challenges, failures, and successes of international teaching assistants.

50151     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Clarendon A         Third Floor                   Sheraton
             FROM THE RISKY TO THE RATIONAL: EXPLORING RHETORICS OF EATING
Sponsor: American Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: Gwendolyn Blue, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "Quantifying the American Eater: Rhetoric and the Cultural Policy of Nutrition." Jessica Mudry, Concordia
        University
   "The Cannibal Cow: Mad Cows, Capitalism and Discourses of 'Unnatural' Consumption." Gwendolyn Blue,
        University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "Raw is Risky: The Danger/Pleasure of Natural Foods in a Risk Society." Robert Danisch, Concordia University

50153     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Clarendon B         Third Floor                   Sheraton
          THE HEALTH OF THE DISCIPLINE: SUPPORTING THE STUDENT EMPLOYEES OF
                               COMMUNICATION CENTERS
Sponsor: Communication Centers Section
Chair: Kimberly Cuny, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Panelists:
   Sarah M. Wilde, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
   Carly S. Woods, University of Pittsburgh
   Alexandra L. Vizzier, University of Mary Washington
   Kimberly Cuny, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
This panel explores opportunities for undergraduates interested in continuing the work of communication centers. Since
the well-being of communication centers often relies on undergraduates, communication center faculty have an
obligation to promote these students' well being by preparing them with opportunities to continue work in this field.
The panel will discuss ethical obligations that faculty/directors have to their staff, and examine different options for
post graduation.

50154     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Commonwealth           Third Floor                Sheraton
                          SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AS THEORETICAL GROUNDING
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Studies Division
Chair: Todd F. McDorman, Wabash College
   "Social Movement, Intersectional Rhetoric, and the New York Young Lords." Darrel A. Enck-Wanzer, Indiana
        University
   "Recovering Jerome Irving Rodale's Leadership to the US Organic Food Movement: A Rhetorical Historiography."
        Joshua J. Frye, Purdue University
   "Corporeal Rhetoric: The Body as Argument, Evidence, and Protest Strategy." Billie J. Murray, University of North
        Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "Race and Community: Whiteness, Civil Religion and the Rhetoric of Racial Stasis." Nicolas Rangel, University of
        Houston Downtown

50156     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Constitution A Ballroom      Second Floor         Sheraton
        CONTESTED TERRAINS: CHALLENGING AND DISMANTLING GENDER BOUNDARIES
Sponsor: Feminist and Women's Studies Division
Chair: Valerie V. Peterson, Grand Valley State University
   "Martha Washington Slept Here: A Gendered History of U.S. Museums and Historic Sites." Linda C. Brigance,
        State University of New York, Fredonia
   "Fighting in No Man's Land: Women Soldiers in the War on Terrorism." Heidi Hamilton, Emporia State University
   "Selling the Self: Working in a Gendered Space." Alexandra G. Murphy, DePaul University
   "Designing Women's Space: The 1893 Columbian Exposition Women's Building." Barbara E. Willard, DePaul
        University
   "Size Matters: Morphology, Technology and Gendered Space." Valerie V. Peterson, Grand Valley State University

50159    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Dalton A       Third Floor                       Sheraton
                 BEYOND THE DYAD: WHEN ONE RELATIONSHIP AFFECTS ANOTHER
Sponsors: Interpersonal Communication Division, Family Communication Division
Chair: Tim Dun, City University of New York, Brooklyn College
   "Peer and Family Support in Managing Chronic Illness." Dale E. Brashers, University of Illinois, Urbana-
        Champaign
   "Relational Interdependence and Stepfamily Communication." Leah E. Bryant, DePaul University
   "Patients' Families and Health Providers." Carma Bylund, Columbia University
   "Intergenerational Conflict over Parenting." Tim Dun, City University of New York, Brooklyn College
   “Relating at a Distance and Relating in Proximity: How Do Social Networks Support Long-distance
        Relationships?” Erin M. Sahlstein, University of Richmond

50161    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Dalton B       Third Floor                       Sheraton
                                                  MEDIA/MEMORY
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Carole Blair, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "The Other End of the Line: A Postcolonial Analysis of U.S. Representations of Call Centers in India." Kimberlee
        A. Perez, University of Maine; Sheena Malhotra, California State University, Northridge
   "Still Riding the Back of the Bus: Collective Memory and Sixties Discourse from Kent State to Jackson State." Dan
        Berger, Penn State University, Annenberg School
   "The Contest of Memory: Daniel Faulkner, Mumia Abu-Jamal, and the Philadelphia Police Department." Nicole
        Maurantonio, University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School
   "Cracked: Political Emotion, Drug Use, and the Borders of Citizenship." Megan G. Fogarty, Northwestern
        University

50162    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Exeter A       Third Floor                       Sheraton
  THE HEALTH OF QUEER COMMUNICATION: DIVERSE, SOCIALLY RELEVANT, AND CUTTING
                                   EDGE
Sponsor: Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered Communication Studies Division
Chair: Bruce E. Drushel, Miami University
   "GLBT Anti-defamation Campaigns in Thailand and the Use of Internet and Web Boards." Rujira
        Rojjanaprapayon, University of Minnesota, Morris
   "Being Lisa: Discourses of Gender and Transsexual Identity." Carl A. Schuh, University of South Florida
   "Outside the Gender Box: Communication and the FTM Community." Reed Singer, San Jose State University
   "The First on Their Block: The Meaning of Rapid Adoption of New Communication Technologies by Gay Males."
        Bruce E. Drushel, Miami University

50164    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Exeter B       Third Floor                       Sheraton
                                     VIOLENCE AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
Sponsor: Association for Psychoanalysis
Chair: Caroline J.S. Picart, Florida State University
   "There is No Rhetorical Relationship Part Two: On Violence as a Constitutive Function in Publicity." Christian O.
        Lundberg, Northwestern University
   "Creating an Other in 'A Clock Orange'." Katheryn Wright, Florida State University
   "The Bungled Act: The Castrated Master and Abu Ghraib Prison." Todd M. Hauser, University of Missouri,
        Columbia
   "Scandalous Bodies and the Abject Zone of Cybererotica: Terrorizing the Heterosexual Matrix." Naida Zukic,
        University of Minnesota
Respondent: Caroline J.S. Picart, Florida State University

50167    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Fairfax B      Third Floor                       Sheraton
                  THE HEALTH OF PUBLIC PROTEST: THE HEALTH OF DEMOCRACY
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Barbara Warnick, University of Washington
   "Criminalizing Dissent in Post-9/11 America." M. Lane Bruner, Georgia State University
   "One Struggle, One Fight: The Free Trade Area of the Americas Protests in 2003 Miami." Anne Marie Todd, San
        Jose State University; Michael Hester, University of West Georgia
   "Unraveling the Lunatic Fringe: Apologia for Violence in Single-issue Reform Movements." Cheryl R. Jorgensen-
        Earp, Lynchburg College
   "Resistance and Race Violence: The Anti-lynching Campaign." Peter C. Ehrenhaus, Pacific Lutheran University;
        A. Susan Owen, University of Puget Sound
Respondent: Barbara Warnick, University of Washington

50168    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Gardner A      Third Floor                       Sheraton
EMBRACING INCLUSIVE COMMUNICATION: THE DEAF COMMUNITY, AND A PRESCRIPTION FOR
                             A HEALTHIER NCA
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Elaine Jenks, West Chester University
   "Explorations of a Healthy Deaf Culture: A 22nd Century Prescription." Beth S. Benedict, Gallaudet University
   “Ready or Not, Here We Come!” Lillie Ransom, Gallaudet University
   "An Over the Counter Prescription: Technology as a Way of Knowing." Robert D. Harrison, Gallaudet University
   "Practical Pedagogy: What Does it Mean When Working and Teaching Deaf Students?--Perspectives from Deaf
        Culture." Stephen F. Weiner, Gallaudet University
   "A Case for Critical Pedagogy: New Ways of Seeing within the Discipline of Communication." Patricia Foley,
        Gallaudet University
Respondent: Elaine Jenks, West Chester University

50170    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Gardner B          Third Floor                   Sheraton
            ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON THE HARVARD PROGRAM ON NEGOTIATION
Sponsor: Division on Communication and the Law
Chair: Daneil Mangis, University of Texas, Austin
Panelists:
   Rob Ricigliano, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
   Susan Hackley, Harvard Law School
This panel spotlights the work of the Harvard Program on Negotiation (PON) and the Harvard Negotiation Project
(HNP), one of the premier research centers in conflict resolution. Representatives from PON will detail some recent
research conducted under the Program and discuss the relationship between communication research and various
initiatives and projects sponsored by the Program. Audience members interested in learning more about working with
PON and similar programs are encouraged to come.

50172    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Hampton A             Third Floor                Sheraton
                          GLOBAL/LOCAL SPACES: CITY, STREET, AQUARIUM
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kirsten Isgro, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Taking the City Back One Ward at a Time: Globalization, Local Governance and Everyday Life in Bangalore
        City." Veena V. Raman, Penn State University
   "Governable and Ungovernable Spaces of Globalization: A Case Study of Governmentality in the 2002 South
        Korean Candlelight Vigils." Jiyeon Kang, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   "Interrogating 'Signs' of Nature: Dissecting a (Post)Modern Aquarium." Tony E. Adams, University of South
        Florida
   "Where Carnival and Politics Meets: Reclaim the Streets." Ozge Girit, University of Iowa

50174    8:00 am - 9:15 am             Hampton B           Third Floor                  Sheraton
     THE RHETORICAL "CALISTHENICS" OF REFRAMING PUBLIC DISCOURSES ABOUT THE
                               MISSIONS OF HBCUS
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Mark Henderson, Jackson State University
   "The Legal Dimensions of the Struggle for Identity among HBCUs." Patricia Ryan-Ikegwuono, Albany State
       University
   "Reframing the Public Identities of HBCUs." Shirley A. Williams-Kirksey, Clark Atlanta University
   "The 'Nexus of Liberation and Oppression': Moral Arguments for the Survival of the Historical Missions of
      HBCUs." Andrew Ann Lee, Fort Valley State University
Respondent: Virgie N. Harris, Fort Valley State University

50175    8:00 am - 9:15 am            Independence Ballroom E       Second Floor       Sheraton
            WHAT'S IN A NAME? ISSUES OF CELEBRITY IN JOURNALISM AND POLITICS
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Kelli Lammie, University of Pennsylvania
   "Celebrity Anchors and the Journalistic Community." Kimberly D. Meltzer, University of Pennsylvania
   "Just a Geek/Reporter/Blogger/Actor/Author: The Many Hats of Wil Wheaton." Timothy Burke, University of
        South Florida
   "When Hollywood Supports Washington: The Effectiveness of Celebrity Endorsements of Politicians." Kelli
        Lammie, University of Pennsylvania
   "Hollywood Protestors: Press Coverage of Celebrity Protestors during the Winter/Spring 2003 anti-Iraq War
        Demonstrations." Montague Kern, Rutgers University; Saman Talib, Rutgers University
   "Voices for Politics or Protest? The Convergence of Social Change and Campaign Rhetoric in the 2004 Vote for
        Change Tour." Lisa R. Foster, University of Oklahoma

50177    8:00 am - 9:15 am            Jefferson          Third Floor                   Sheraton
          EXAMINING ISSUES OF COMMUNICATION AND SATISFACTION ACROSS FAMILY
                                   RELATIONSHIPS
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Jason Thompson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
   "An Examination of Everyday Talk and Relational Satisfaction in Stepparent-Stepchild Relationships." Dawn O.
        Braithwaite, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Paul Schrodt, University of Kansas; Stacy Tye-Williams,
        University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Aimee Miller, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Meredith Marko, University
        of Nebraska, Lincoln; Emily N. Lamb, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
   "The Correlates of Communication and Relational Satisfaction of Father-Son Relationships." Kory Floyd, Arizona
        State University; Mark T. Morman, Baylor University
   "Postponing and Managing Risk Behavior: The Influence of Family Communication, Interpersonal Competence,
        and Sex of Subject." Joy Koesten, University of Kansas Medical Center; Bruce B. Frey, University of Kansas;
        Mary D. Pilgram, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
   "A Picture Says 1,000 Words: Using Genograms to Assess Family Relationship Quality." Jody Koenig Kellas,
        University of Nebraska, Lincoln
   "Theoretical Considerations for Selecting or Constructing Measures of Satisfaction with Family Relationships."
        John Caughlin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

50178    8:00 am - 9:15 am            Kent               Third Floor                   Sheraton
                  GEBSERIAN QUESTIONS ABOUT THE HEALTH OF THE DISCOURSE
Sponsor: Division on Communication and the Future
   "Dimensional Accrual and Dissociation: An Evolving Theory." Eric M. Kramer, University of Oklahoma
   "Questioning the Dialogue: A Gebserian Interrogation of Intercultural Adaptation Theories." S. David Zuckerman,
       Sacramento State University
   "Death, Time, and Technology: Speculating about the Connection Between Temporal Awareness, Technological
       Use, and Death Attitudes." Charlton D. McIlwain, New York University
   "The Ever-present Origin and the Military: A Gebserian Analysis of Cultural Differences within the U.S. Armed
       Forces." Arlyn Anderson, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
   "Honor Killing at the Interface Between the Mythic and the Mental Structures of Consciousness." Amir Jafri, Davis
       and Elkins College
Respondent: Algis Macunis, Ohio University

50179    8:00 am - 9:15 am            Liberty A    Second Floor                        Sheraton
           THE ANATOMY OF SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION PROGRAMS
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue University
   "Leadership as Communication: The Evolution of Integrated Curricula and Communication's Theoretical
        Contributions to the Study and Practice of Leadership." Patricia Witherspoon, University of Texas, El Paso
   "Building a Leadership Program from the Ground Up: Experiences from the University of Texas at Austin's Center
        for Ethical Leadership." Geoffrey R. Tumlin, University of Texas, Austin
   "Teaching the Relationship Between Leadership and Communication." Travis L. Russ, Rutgers University; Stacey
      L. Connaughton, Purdue University
Respondent: Brent D. Ruben, Rutgers University

50180     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Liberty B     Second Floor                          Sheraton
               SOUNDING OUT THE PLACE OF MUSIC WITH/IN PERFORMANCE STUDIES
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Mary Agnes Doyle, Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago
Panelists:
   Joshua Gunn, Louisiana State University
   Stacy Holman Jones, University of South Florida
   Jnan A. Blau, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   Keith E. Nainby, California State University, Stanislaus
Respondent: Mary Agnes Doyle, Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago
The panel is an extension of the 2004 session, "Music in/and the Life of the Performance Studies Scholar." It is part of
an ongoing effort by the participants to uncover and explicate the role of music in Performance Studies theory and
practice. Each of the participants has both personal and scholarly interests in music and looks forward to furthering this
shared research agenda with a stimulating array of presentations and ensuing discussion.

50181     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Liberty C     Second Floor                          Sheraton
              MEDIA ANALYSIS ACROSS THE CURRICULUM: HEALTHY INTEGRATIONS
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Alan C. Lerstrom, Luther College
Panelists:
   Sheri R. Bleam, Adrian College
   Scott W. Marshall, University of St. Francis
   Elizabeth J. Nelson, University of Minnesota, Duluth
   Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
   Karen A. Sindelar, Coe College
   Scott D. Turcott, Indiana Wesleyan University
Respondent: Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
We live in an age of mass communication, in which mediated messages permeate our environment. The need for media
analysis across the communication curriculum is especially acute at smaller institutions, where a single faculty member
is responsible for teaching a wide range of courses. This panel brings together faculty from different areas of
communication studies who have taken steps to make their courses more media savvy, including participation in the
"Hope at Luther" summer conferences. After the panelists share some of the ways in which they have incorporated
media analysis into their courses, the audience is invited to share their ideas.

50182     8:00 am - 9:15 am             Republic Ballroom A        Second Floor             Sheraton
                 WORKPLACE DIVERSITY: CULTURE, COMPETENCE, AND DISCOURSE
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Alexander Lyon, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
   "My Colleagues and I Inhabit Two Different Worlds: Re-evaluating Conflict and Harmony in Hong Kong
        Organizations." Pamela Koch, Nanyang Tech University
   "Complexities and Challenges of Workplace Diversity: An Inquiry into the Communicative Competencies in
        Service of Integrating Participation and Otherness."
   "On the Health of Race and Diversity in Organizations: Towards a Micro and Macro-Level Discursive Approach."
        Brent A. Bonine, Ohio University
   "Reclaiming Cultural Identity: A Korean American Organization and Its Role in the Reconfiguration of the
        Relationship between Migration and Identity." Inho Cho, University of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Patricia S. Parker, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill



                                                9:30 am

50401     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Boston College           Third Floor                Marriott
               GETTING PUBLISHED IN NCA JOURNALS AND ANNUALS: A USER'S GUIDE
Sponsor: NCA Publications Board
Chair: David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
   Co-editor, International and Intercultural Communication Annual - Brenda J. Allen, University of Colorado,
       Denver
   Editor, Free Speech Yearbook - James A. Aune, Texas A&M University
   Editor, Text and Performance Quarterly - Michael S. Bowman, Louisiana State University
   Editor, Review of Communication - James W. Chesebro, Indiana State University
   Co-editor, International and Intercultural Communication Annual - Lisa Flores, University of Utah
   Editor, Quarterly Journal of Speech - David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
   Editor-elect, Communication Education." Patricia Kearney, California State University, Long Beach
   Editor, Communication Teacher." Kent E. Menzel, DePauw University
   Co-editor, International and Intercultural Communication Annual - Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan University
   Editor-elect, Journal of Applied Communication Research - Timothy L. Sellnow, North Dakota State University
   Editor, Communication Monographs - Alan L. Sillars, University of Montana
   Editor-elect, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies - John M. Sloop, Vanderbilt University
   Editor, Critical Studies in Media Communication - Linda C. Steiner, Rutgers University

50402    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Boston University         Third Floor            Marriott
                   CONTENT FRAMING IN MEDIA AND ONLINE HEALTH MESSAGES
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Thomas D. Bovino, Suffolk Co. Community College
   "Social Influence Identification Theory: An Extension of Social Cognitive Theory." Monica Beckham, University
        of Georgia
   "Review of Interactive Safer Sex Websites on the Internet:." Mia Liza A. Lustria, University of Kentucky; Seth
        Noar, University of Kentucky; Christi Cole, University of Kentucky; Ashley Clarke, University of Kentucky
   "Entertainment Media and Sexual Health: A Content Analysis of Sexual Talk, Behavior, and Risks on HBO's 'Sex
        and the City'." Robin E. Jensen, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Jakob D. Jensen, University of
        Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   "An Extreme Form of Dieting: The Framing of Eating Disorders in Women's and Teen Magazines." Kristin N.
        Haun, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

50403    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Brandeis         Third Floor                     Marriott
                     TRACING COMPLEXITY USING MULTI-SITED ETHNOGRAPHY
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Beth Britt, Northeastern University
   "Following the Emergent: Multi-sited Ethnography as Postmodern Rhetorical Criticism." Beth Britt, Northeastern
        University
   "Problematizing the Local and the Global: Multi-sited Ethnography and Internet Studies." John F. Monberg,
        University of Kansas
   "Following the Public: Multi-Sited Ethnography and Emergent Counterpublics." Terese Guinsatao Monberg,
        University of Kansas

50404    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Cape Cod          Fourth Floor                   Marriott
     RECLAIMING THE GODDESS: THE POWER INHERENT IN GENDERED COMMUNICATION
                                   PRACTICES II
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Paige P. Edley, Loyola Marymount University
   "New Goddesses Empowered: Creating a Feminine Style of Activism." Victoria Ann Newsom, California State
        University, Northridge
   "Revealing the Mother Goddess: Breastfeeding as a Display of Empowered Femininity." Paaige K. Turner, Saint
        Louis University
   "The Goddess in Different Cultural Colors: Portrayals of Femininity in Eastern Europe." Noemi C. Marin, Florida
        Atlantic University; Laura B. Lengel, Bowling Green State University
   "Goddess or SuperMom? Balancing Feminine and Feminist Interpretations of Motherhood." Katherine Hickok-
        Burk, Bowling Green State University
Respondent: Toniesha Taylor, Bowling Green State University

50406    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Falmouth          Fourth Floor                   Marriott
  ENCOURAGING HEALTHY DIALOGUE: ENCOUNTERING "THE OTHER" IN COMMUNICATION
                                 PEDAGOGY
Sponsor: Caucus on Gay and Lesbian Concerns
Chair: Teresa Durbin, Ashland University
Panelists:
   Valeria Fabj, Lynn University
   Vicki L. Karns, Suffolk University
   Mary M. Marcel, Bentley College
   Michael Meadows, Ashland University
   Sherry Shepler, Ashland University
   Kerry L. Strayer, Otterbein College
   Matthew J. Sobnosky, Hofstra University
Ideally, healthy dialogue operates with the goal of creating a sense of shared meaning. While not always easy,
additional challenges to dialogue occur when participants do not have similar life perspectives. The Communication
discipline is uniquely positioned to provide students the opportunity for exploring and understanding the diversity they
encounter. Participants will address ways in which understandings of "the other" is integrated in a variety of
communication courses.

50408     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Harvard           Third Floor                      Marriott
 COMMUNICATIVE TENSIONS IN SOCIAL MOVEMENT THEORY: COLLECTIVE IDENTITY AS THE
                         SYMBOLIC AND THE STRUCTURAL
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Jill A. Edy, University of Oklahoma
   "Living the Myth: An Ethnographic Study of the Gasparilla Parade." Denise L. Scannell, University of Oklahoma
   “Tensions in Capitalist Representations within Hip Hop Culture: Who is the Enemy in 'Urban Warfare'
        Mythology?” Shawn M. Snidow, University of Oklahoma
   "Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Movement and the Internet: The Shaping of CAM Discourses."
        Anna C. Wong Lowe, University of Oklahoma
   "Academic Journalists and Pundits: Collective Political Action via Middle Eastern Studies List-serves and Blogs."
        Kristin Shamas, University of Oklahoma
Respondent: Jill A. Edy, University of Oklahoma

50409     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Hyannis          Fourth Floor                      Marriott
   ASSESSMENT AND SERVICE LEARNING: ADMINISTRATIVE, CURRICULAR AND CLASSROOM
                                 APPLICATIONS
Sponsor: Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Michael Smith, La Salle University
   "Assessing Institutional Support for Service-Learning: Results and Next Steps." Scott A. Chadwick, Creighton
       University; Donna R. Pawlowski, Creighton University
   "To Serve or Not to Serve as a Learning Component of the Basic Course: A Comparative Analysis of Speech
       Quality." Deanna D. Sellnow, North Dakota State University; Julie M. Novak, North Dakota State University
   "Service Learning, Assessment and Value Consciousness in Advanced Public Speaking Contexts." Jill L. O'Brien,
       DePaul University
   "Community Based Service Learning: Assessment Challenges in the Small Group Classroom." Donald Martin,
       DePaul University
Respondent: Michael Smith, La Salle University

50410     9:30 am - 10:45 am            MIT          Third Floor                           Marriott
                           PHOTOGRAPHY, DOCUMENTARY, IMAGE, AND PRINT
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: David Natharius, Arizona State University
   "Representing the Poor: Jacob Riis and the Visual Rhetoric of Reform." Kathryn C. Palmer, University of
        Wisconsin, Madison
   "The Analysis of Two Visual Strategies in Cross-cultural Documentary: -Sharing Authority' and -Being
        Reflexive'." Suhi Choi, Temple University
   "Visualizing the Other: A Content Analysis of Illustrations of -Unhealthy' Intercultural Communication." Robert S.
        Littlefield, North Dakota State University; Daniel A. McRoberts, Valley City State University; Julie M. Novak,
        North Dakota State University; Kerri Spiering, North Dakota State University
   "Unwritten Potential: Extending Textual Criticism into Interactive Digital Media." Bill D. Herman, University of
        Pennsylvania
50411     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Nantucket          Fourth Floor                   Marriott
         A HEALTHY ADAPTATION TO THE NEW NEEDS OF HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Margarite Roumas, Fitchburg State College
Panelists:
   Leon Weinmann, Fitchburg State College
   R. Pierre Rodgers, George Mason University
   Angela Nastasee-Carder, Fitchburg State College
   Margarite Roumas, Fitchburg State College
Failure to Thrive: Speech courses are meeting the needs of higher education students in a variety of ways as we enter
the 21st Century. This panel, made up of a poet, professional writer, and two professors of speech-communication, will
discuss whether the need for modern adaptations of Speech courses is being met optimally in colleges and Universities
today. Extensive audience participation with speaking and writing exercises.

50412     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Northeastern          Third Floor                 Marriott
            PIXELATING ENTERTAINMENT: THE VISUAL RHETORIC OF VIDEO GAMING
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Jamie Lynn Gilbert, Central Michigan University
   "Rhetoric of Everyday Life: 'The Sims'." Laura Alves, Eastern Michigan University
   "Recruiting 'l33t' and 'n00b' Alike: America's Army and the Use of Video Games as Persuasion." John C. du Bois,
        Eastern Michigan University
   "Shooting the Magic Bullet: Debunking the Conspiracy Theory in JFK Reloaded." Jamie Lynn Gilbert, Central
        Michigan University
   "Sugar and Spice and Not Everything Nice: A Comparative Analysis of Gendered Video Games." Sara Gronstal,
        University of Northern Iowa
   "Violence, Race and Ideology: Visual and Rhetorical Implications of in DragonBall Z - Budokai 3." Brandon D.
        Miller, Saginaw Valley State University
   "Down, Set, Explore!!!: Analyzing the John Madden Football Video Game Series as Rhetorical Narration." Paul L.
        Porter, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Respondent: Christine M. Cronauer, Oakland University

50413     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Orleans         Fourth Floor                      Marriott
        BRIDGING THE UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY GAP: PARTNERING TO KEEP THE PUBLIC
                       RELATIONS PROFESSION STRONG AND HEALTHY
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Edward J. Downes, Boston University
   "PRSSA Involvement: The Condition of PR Undergraduates Today." Vicki Todd, Quinnipiac University
   "Writing, Media and Attitude: A Prescription for Success." Seth Bloom, Fleishman-Hillard
   "Pedagogical Treatments: Working Together to Cultivate the Health of Future Practitioners." Kim Millea,
        Quinnipiac University
Respondent: Charles A. Lubbers, Kansas State University

50414     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Provincetown          Fourth Floor                Marriott
  IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF THE DISCIPLINE THROUGH MENTORING: A CELEBRATION OF
          EVERETT M. ROGERS' CONTRIBUTIONS TO MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP
Sponsor: Latina/Latino Communication Studies Division
Chair: Nagesh Rao, Ohio University
Panelists:
   Pratibha Shukla, University of North Texas
   Frank Perez, University of Texas, El Paso
   Krishna P. Kandath, University of New Mexico
   Doris Fields, University of New Mexico
Respondent: Arvind Singhal, Ohio University
Professor Everett M. Rogers is well known for his work in diffusion of innovations theory as well as countless other
contributions to the academy. This panel celebrates his career and contributions to the advancement of opportunities for
minority scholars through his role as mentor and role model. Panelists will share their experiences working with Dr.
Rogers as students and/or colleagues. Audience members will be also invited to share their experiences working with
this distinguished scholar.
50416    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Regis         Third Floor                         Marriott
                 PROCESSES INVOLVED IN THE DISSEMINATION OF NEWS CONTENT
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Janet B. Davis, Truman State University
   "Copylefting the News: The Case of the Asheville Global Report." Jon R. Pike, North Dakota State University
   "Gender as a Gatekeeping Force: An Examination of Influences on the Professional Role Conceptions of Male and
        Female Newspaper Journalists." Bill Cassidy, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
   "Pack Journalism as a Tool for Celebrity Criminals: A Textual Analysis of the Michael Jackson Sexual Scandal
        Media Coverage." Gerald-Mark Breen, University of Oklahoma; Jonathan A. Matusitz, University of
        Oklahoma
   "Discourse Study of Business and Economic News Themes Featuring Russia in Less-Elite U.S. Broadcast, Cable
        and Newspaper Sources, 1994-2004." Richard C. Vincent, Indiana State University
Respondent: Stanley D. Tickton, Norfolk State University

50417    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Salon A          Fourth Floor                     Marriott
           WAR RHETORIC IN NEW CONTEXTS: ENGAGING THE POLITICS OF HEROISM,
                    EXCEPTIONAILISM, THE VISUAL, AND THE ENEMY
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: David J. Depew, University of Iowa
   "Remembering Vietnam: Swift Boats, Senate Testimony, and the Spectacle of Service." Marcy L. Halpin,
        University of Pittsburgh
   "We Must Kill, Maim and Mutilate Our Enemies: Business Strategy as a Child of War Rhetoric." Bradley J.
        Adame, California State University, Fresno
   "The Humiliation of the Enemy Other: Public and Private Representations of 'Terrorists'." David S. Heineman,
        University of Iowa
   "High Alert: American Exceptionalism and President George W. Bush." Adam L. Perry, California State
        University, Fresno
Respondent: David J. Depew, University of Iowa

50419    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Salon B         Fourth Floor                      Marriott
           COMING TO TERMS WITH THE RHETORIC OF EXTREMISM AND EUTHANASIA
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Richard Armstrong, Wichita State University
   "The Rhetorics of David Duke: Extremism and Rhetorics of Euphemism." Kathleen S. Lamp, University of Illinois,
        Urbana-Champaign
   "'Feeding Frenzy': The News Media's Depiction of the Militia Movement." Heather M. Norton, Fontbonne
        University
   "Slobo the Redeemer: The Rhetoric of Slobodan Milosevic and the Construction of the Serbian 'People'." Christina
        M. Morus, Villanova University
   "Voices of Experience: The Uses of Personal Testimony in Hawaii's Death with Dignity Debate." Amy E. Grim,
        North Central College
Respondent: David Procter, Kansas State University

50420    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Salon C          Fourth Floor                     Marriott
                              THE DIALOGIC TURN IN RHETORICAL THEORY
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Studies Division
Chair: Christopher W. Tindale, Trent University
   "Zen and the Art of Forgiving: Taking the Dialogic Turn in Forgiveness Research." Christopher R. Groscurth,
        University of Georgia
   "Medicine, Rhetoric, and the Cult of Expertise: The Analogy of Health Care for a Liberal Education." John Arthos,
        Denison University
   "The Digital Carnival: Crossing the Paths of Bakhtin, Gladiator, and Cultural Theory." Colleen M. Simmons,
        University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
   "A Dialogic Rhetoric? A Comparison of Feminist Invitational Rhetoric and Martin Buber's Dialogue." Rachel M.
        Anderson Droogsma, Howard University

50421    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Salon D          Fourth Floor                     Marriott
    THE HEALTH OF "FAKE" NEWS: EXAMINING "THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART" IN
                   CABLE TELEVISION, PUBLIC DISCOURSE, AND THE CLASSROOM
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Grace Giorgio, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   "Negotiating 'The Daily Show': Comedic News as a Site for Action." Janet E. Donoghue, Southern Illinois
        University, Carbondale
   "'The Daily Show' as the New Journalism: In their Own Words." Dannagal E. Goldthwaite Young, University of
        Pennsylvania
   "Deconstructing the 'Liberal Media' Myth: A Case Study of 'The Daily Show'." James T. Petre, Southern Illinois
        University, Carbondale
   "A Healthy Approach to the 'Backlash'? The Daily Show and Sarcasm."
   "’We Need a Better Conversation’: Political Interviews on The Daily Show." Geoffrey Baym, University of North
        Carolina, Greensboro
   "Healthy Humor, Necessary Criticism: Teaching Burke's Perspective by Incongruity through 'The Daily Show'."
        Natalie Lynn Sydorenko, University of Akron
Respondent: Grace Giorgio, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

50425    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Salon H        Fourth Floor                     Marriott
                  RECASTING RHETORICAL INVENTION WITH GIAMBATTISTA VICO
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chair: John Lyne, University of Pittsburgh
   "A Time of Skepticism and Doubt: Giambattista Vico and Young Rhetorical Inventors." Johanna E. Hartelius,
        University of Texas, Austin
   "Ingenium for Third Country Nationals: Imagining EU Citizenship with Giambattista Vico." Alessandra Beasley,
        University of Pittsburgh
   "The Ethics of Testimony: A Vichian Account of Social Epistemology." Omri M. Ceren, University of Southern
        California
   "Vico's Rhetorical Invention as a Design Art." Timothy R. Steffensmeier, Kansas State University
   "Criticism, Inquiry, and Rhetorical Invention: Vico's Contribution to the Rhetoric of Science." Eli Brennan,
        University of Pittsburgh
Respondent: Debra Hawhee, University of Pittsburgh

50427    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Salon I       Fourth Floor                      Marriott
                THE CLINTON PRESIDENCY IN A NEW COMMUNICATION LANDSCAPE
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Michael Leff, University of Memphis
   "The Rhetoric of War and Remembrance: An Analysis of President Bill Clinton's 1994 D-Day Discourses,." Mary
       L. Kahl, State University of New York, New Paltz; Michael Leff, University of Memphis
   "To Form a More Perfect Union." John M. Murphy, University of Georgia
   "The Clinton Administration's Communication Policies." Susan J. Drucker, Hofstra University; Gary Gumpert,
       Comm Landscapers
   "Bill Clinton, Media Ecologist." Lance A. Strate, Fordham University

50428    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Salon J        Fourth Floor                     Marriott
                             REWORKING CLASSICAL RHETORICAL THEORY
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Studies Division
Chair: Michele Lee Hammers, Loyola Marymount University
   "Our Nature of Reality Squared: An Examination of the Relationship between Ancient Greek Rhetoric and
       Mathematics." Chelsea A. Stow, University of Denver; Carrie J. Stockstill, Texas Tech University; Mark A.
       Gring, Texas Tech University
   "The Pleasure of the Impossible Ideal: Lacan, Quintilian and Rhetoric as Science." Christian O. Lundberg,
       Northwestern University
   "Old Medicines for New Patients: Revisiting Stasis Theory." Michael J. Hoppmann, None
   "Gorgias: The Constrained Infant." Kevin A. Johnson, University of Texas, Austin

50429    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Salon K        Fourth Floor                     Marriott
   KEEPING COMMUNICATION RESEARCH HEALTHY AND INNOVATIVE: TURNING RESEARCH
              ARTICLES INTO APPLIED COMMUNICATION TEACHING UNITS
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Nancy J. Eckstein, Bethel University
   "Turning Research into Teaching Units: Steps to Making It 'Real'." Nancy J. Eckstein, Bethel University
   "Coach-Athlete Interaction: Methods for Applying Sport Communication Research to the Coaching Practice." Paul
      D. Turman, University of Northern Iowa
   "Applying Communication Research to Families Undergoing Stroke Rehabilitation." Donna R. Pawlowski,
      Creighton University
   ""She's having a baby…” Communicating Maternity Leave Policies, Practices, and Expectations." Linda B.
      Dickmeyer, University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse
   ""Want to hear a secret?” Intrafamily Secrets and Communication Boundary Management." Wesley T. Durham,
      University of Southern Indiana
   "Recruiting Children into Communities of Hate: The Fabric of Our Future Nightmares." Anthony Boehler,
      Southwest State University; Nancy J. Eckstein, Bethel University

50431    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Simmons           Third Floor                      Marriott
          RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATION: STUDENT PAPERS
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Thomas Carmody, Vanguard University of Southern California
   "'Living in This Little Box': Positioning Clergy in the Construction of Lay Catholic Identity." Matthew R. D'Aprile,
        University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Situating Renunciation with Gender in Modern India: Intersection of Philosophy, Social Practices and Living as a
        Woman Saint." Bhavana Upadhyaya, University of New Mexico
   "Bridging Differences and Building Relations: The Unique Communicative Functions of a Christian Church."
        Hairong Feng, Purdue University; Bo Feng, Purdue University
   "Web Promotion Themes: A Quantitative Content Analysis of Contemporary Christian Musicians' Web Sites."
        Valerie J. Smith, California State University, East Bay
Respondent: Thomas Carmody, Vanguard University of Southern California

50432    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Suffolk         Third Floor                        Marriott
 THE HEALTH OF THE DISCIPLINE: COMMUNICATION'S ROLE IN LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS
       FOR CREATING, MAINTAINING, CHANGING, AND EVALUATING ORGANIZATIONS
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Matthew Melton, Lee University
   "The Health of Communication in Leadership Effectiveness: Creating and Maintaining Organizational Equilibrium
       through Crises." Kathaleen Reid-Martinez, Regent University; Linda D. Grooms, Regent University
   "The Health of Communication in Leadership Effectiveness: Changing the Organization through Group Decision
       Making." Mihai C. Bocarnea, Regent University
   "The Health of Communication in Leadership Effectiveness: Evaluating Organizational Quality through the Use of
       the Narrative." Buddy Fisch, North Hall Middle School, Gainesville, GA
Respondent: Robert J. Schihl, Regent University

50433    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Tufts         Third Floor                          Marriott
                         POWER, RELATIONSHIPS AND SPIRITUAL ASSESSMENT
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Teri J. Avis Wichman, Normandale Community College
   “An Ethnography of Pastoral Relationships in the Southern Baptist Church: Is Their Ministerial Mission
        Compromised by a Struggle for Power?” Gerald-Mark Breen, University of Oklahoma
   "Companions on the Journey: Symbolic Interaction in Helping Relationships and the Development of Spirituality
        for Young Adult Catholics." Mathew B. Herrman, Southwest Missouri State University
   "Assessing the Health of Spiritual Assessment Methods and Tools." Cecil V. Kramer, Liberty University
Respondent: Diana J. Denton, University of Waterloo

50435    9:30 am - 10:45 am            Vineyard          Fourth Floor                     Marriott
  TRANSNATIONAL TRAVELS/TRAVAILS OF POSTCOLONIAL THEORY: FEMINIZING HISTORY,
         RECUPERATING POLITICAL AGENCY IN FEMALE INFANTICIDE IN INDIA .
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Friedlander, Pomona College
Panelists:
   Barbara A. Biesecker, University of Iowa
   Radha S. Hegde, New York University
   Erik Doxtader, University of Wisconsin, Madison
   Raka Shome, Arizona State University
Respondent: Renu Dube, Boise State University
This panel brings together postcolonial feminists, American feminists, scholars of comparative rhetoric and
psychoanalysis to discuss the possibilities of the transnational translation of postcolonial theory. Towards this end the
panel substantively and critically engages with a new theoretically and methodologically innovative book in the field of
postcolonial feminism, Female Infanticide in India (2005). The objective is to bring attention to the gendered genocide
taking place in one part of the world while also exploring the inter-translatability of postcolonial theory from all parts
of the world.

50436     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Wellesley          Third Floor                      Marriott
         NEW DIRECTIONS IN CONVERSATION ANALYSIS: FORMULATING FORMULATIONS
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Chris J. Koenig, University of California, Los Angeles
   "Formulating Events in a Japanese OB/GYN Clinic." Michie Kawashima, University of California, Los Angeles
   "Parent's Use of Time Formulations for Prioritizing Children's Possible Activities." Leah M. Wingard, University
        of California, Los Angeles
   "Formulating States-of-Being." Jeffrey S. Good, University of California, Los Angeles; Erica S. Sandlund, Karlstad
        University
   "Course of Action Formulations." Chris J. Koenig, University of California, Los Angeles

50437     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Yarmouth            Fourth Floor                    Marriott
 ARE WE HAVING FUN YET?: ACTIVITIES AND ASSIGMENTS TO BRING THE ORGANIZATIONAL
                          COMMUNICATION CLASS TO LIFE!
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Shannon Brogan, Ohio University, Chillicothe
   "Gossip and Other Games: Novel Approaches to Understanding Organizational Communication." Abby M. Brooks,
        University of Tennessee, Knoxville
   "The Pharmaceutical Rep and the Machine in Disguise: A Case Study Approach to Understanding Organizations
        through Metaphors." Jeff Carlson, West Virginia Wesleyan College
   "An Experiential Approach to Teaching Organizational Communication Perspectives." Mary F. Hoffman, Texas
        State University, San Marcos
   "The Apprentice: A Focus on Leadership Emergence in Organizations." Marian L. Houser, Texas State University,
        San Marcos
   "Reapers, Slaughterhouses and Pullman Porters: Studying Organizational Communication through the History of
        Chicago." Kenneth J. Levine, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
   "We've Got Mail: Discovering the Culture of an Organization by Analyzing Formal Written Messages." Kathleen
        Long, West Virginia Wesleyan College
   "Organizational/Corporate Consulting as Transformative Process: An Applied Approach to Engaging Students."
        Christopher L. Nix, Georgetown College; Alma Hall, Georgetown College
   “The Race Car Project: Using Legos to Teach Team Concepts.” Angela Steele, Ohio University, Lancaster

50440     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Back Bay Ballroom D        Second Floor             Sheraton
         FEMINIST HEALTH AND RESISTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: INTERACT, CRITICAL
                   PERFORMATIVE INTERVENTIONS AND SEXUAL ASSAULT
Sponsors: Feminist and Women's Studies Division, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Julia R. Johnson, University of Rhode Island
Panelist:
   Marc Rich, California State University, Long Beach
Respondents: Julia R. Johnson, University of Rhode Island, Jose Rodriguez, California State University Long Beach
The purpose of this panel is to engage the audience in interactive analysis, reflection and engagements of relationship
abuse and sexual assault. The panelists are all members of interACT a Communication Studies-based performance
troupe comprised of undergraduate and graduate peer educators who work with faculty and clinical specialists to
collaboratively create dynamic, experiential learning experiences for diverse audiences. More specifically, interact
presents complicated, realistic scenes about domestic violence and domestic abuse and invite audience members to
enact possible interventions on stage with the peer educators.

50441     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Beacon A         Third Floor                        Sheraton
               WILD AT HEART: RELIGIOUS IMAGES OF MASCULINITY IN MASS MEDIA
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Thomas M. Lessl, University of Georgia
   "Don't Women Deserve Adventures, Too? Response to the Patriarchal Rhetoric of 'Wild at Heart'." Helen Sterk,
      Calvin College
   "Christianization of American Manhood: Understanding How Readers of 'Wild at Heart' Reconcile Gender,
      Culture, and Faith." Nneka I. Ofulue, Eastern University
   "Reading the Wild Man's Lips." Mark Fackler, Calvin College
Respondent: Thomas M. Lessl, University of Georgia

50442    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Beacon B       Third Floor                      Sheraton
                       COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE WORKPLACE
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Anne J. Greenleaf, Ohio University, Lancaster
   "Telehealth's Foremost Barrier: Provider as Gatekeeper." Pamela S. Whitten, Michigan State University; Michael
        Mackert, Michigan State University
   "Modeling Electronic Monitoring and Surveillance." Scott C. D'Urso, Marquette University
   "Management Support in Technology Implementation: A Multi-theoretical Interpretation." Fangfang Diao, Rutgers
        University
   "Polychronic Communication within the Workplace: The Temporal Structure of Connected Time." Jeanine W.
        Turner, Georgetown University; N L. Reinsch, Georgetown University; Catherine Tinsley, Georgetown
        University
   "Communication Management in Institutional and Technical Call Centers: A Typology of Virtual Services
        Operations." Marco Adria, University of Alberta
Respondent: Ulla Bunz, Florida State University

50443    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Beacon C       Third Floor                      Sheraton
        ANALYZING ARGUMENTS FROM THREE POINTS OF VIEW: MEDIATED, VERBAL, AND
                     NONVERBAL APPROACHES TO ARGUMENTATION
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: Dawn M. Jacobs, College of The Canyons
   "What You See is What You Get: Visual Argumentation and the Body." Melanie McNaughton, University of
        Georgia
   "Metaphors as Argumentative Devices." Tamar Sarnoff, University of Arizona
   "Some Serious Fun: Truth-telling and Comedy in Jon Stewart's Crossfire Appearance." Zoltan P. Majdik,
        University of Southern California
Respondent: Dawn M. Jacobs, College of The Canyons
50444    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Beacon D        Third Floor                      Sheraton
                            PEDAGOGIES OF RESEARCH AND ENGAGEMENT
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Renee Meyers, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
   "A Fine Balance: Culture, Pedagogy and Storytelling." Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Indiana University
   "Enacting Pedagogical Leadership and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at the Developmental and
        Administrative Levels." Barbara Mae Gayle, University of Portland
   "Service Across a Cultural Divide: A Central Asian Service-Learning Exemplar." Claire King, Indiana University
   "Building a Multi-faceted, Multi-audience Research Agenda on SoTL Questions." Tracy C. Russo, University of
        Kansas

50445    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Beacon EFG         Third Floor                   Sheraton
  LIVING AND DYING BY THE NUMBERS: PLAYING THE STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHING
                                      GAME
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Nancy Buerkel-Rothfuss, Central Michigan University
   "Setting Up the Game Board: Obstacles Placed by Administrators." Pamela Gray, Central Michigan University
   "Deconstructing the Status Quo: Understanding the Nature of the Game." William Anderson, Central Michigan
        University
   "Do We Really Have to do this Assignment? Reducing Student Manipulation of the Evaluation Game." Wendy H.
        Papa, Central Michigan University; Bridget Long, Central Michigan University
   "Winning with Integrity: The Instructors' Role in the Evaluation Game." Rick A. Buerkel, Central Michigan
        University
   "Modeling the Process: Playing the Student Evaluation Game to WIN." Nancy Buerkel-Rothfuss, Central Michigan
        University

50446    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Beacon H        Third Floor                      Sheraton
                                MEDIA, JOURNALISM, AND THEIR PUBLICS
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Teresa G. Bergman, California State University, Chico
   "Crafting a Purpose for Public Knowledge Beyond the Newsroom: Building a Framework for Social Justice
        Media." Alicia Kemmitt, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Collective Memory and Journalistic Authority: The Memorialization of Mary McGrory and David Brinkley."
        Matthew Carlson, University of Pennsylvania
   "Ashlee Simpson and the Rationalization of Lip Synching as Progress." Jay Clarkson, University of Iowa
   "Constructing Heroes from the War on Terror: Public Mediated Discourse, the National Imaginary, and the Illusion
        of Pat Tillman." Joseph Anderson, University of Utah

50447    9:30 am - 10:45 am           Berkeley A        Third Floor                    Sheraton
     COMMUNICATING ETHICALLY IN ORGANIZATIONAL AND INTERPERSONAL SETTINGS
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: Tammy Swenson Lepper, Winona State University
   "Reconstructing a Moral Identity: Verbal Strategies Used in the Counterstories of Plus-size Women." Meredith
        Marko, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
   "Discursive Closure and Ethics in Organizations." Kathleen S. Valde, Northern Illinois University
   "Academia and the Marketplace." Laurie Moroco, Thiel College
   "Do I Need a Penis to Paint a Wall? The Intersection of Gendered Organizational Culture and Ethics." Veronica L.
        Koehn, University of Denver
Respondent: Tammy Swenson Lepper, Winona State University
50449     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Berkeley B        Third Floor                      Sheraton
  BECOMING HEALTHY IN OUR DISCIPLINE: FEMALE LEADERS SHARING THEIR PATHS WITH
                             NEW FEMALE FACULTY
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Panelists:
   J. Kanan Sawyer, West Chester University
   Amy M. Schmisseur, University of Kansas
   Alicia Alexander, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
   Gail T. Fairhurst, University of Cincinnati
   Rachel L. Holloway, Virginia Tech University
   Cailin Kulp O’Riordan, University of Hawaii, Manoa
   Teresa A. Nance, Villanova University
   Beverly Davenport Sypher, Purdue University
   Barbara Warnick, University of Washington
Each year a new crop of faculty enter our discipline faced with a variety of choices that are bound to affect their
professional and personal lives. This panel joins together new faculty with leaders in the study of Communication as
way of developing stronger, "healthier" professional networks among women in the field. Three young faculty will
guide a discussion among established female department chairs, journal editors, administrators, scholars, and respected
teachers from various communication divisions.

50451     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Clarendon A         Third Floor                    Sheraton
    UNDERGRADUATE LISTENING EDUCATION: CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Sponsors: Communication and Social Cognition Division, International Listening Association
Chair: Margaret Fitch-Hauser, Auburn University
Panelists:
   Debra L. Worthington, Auburn University
   Laura Ann Janusik, Rockhurst University
   Margaret Fitch-Hauser, Auburn University
This panel will feature three panelist who will talk about listening education from three perspectives. Debra
Worthington and Margaret Fitch-Hauser of Auburn University will focus on an analysis of course syllabi and available
textbooks. Laura Janusik of Rockhurst University will discuss current trends and future directions. After the
presentations, audience members will be asked to join the panelists in a larger discussion on the state of undergraduate
listening education today.

50453     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Clarendon B         Third Floor                    Sheraton
 NOT JUST ONE SHOT: ACHIEVING BEHAVIORAL CHANGES WITH COMMUNICATION TRAINING
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Michael L. Fahs, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
Panelists:
   Laura Ann Quinn, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
   Patty Callish Malone, University of Texas, Austin
   Keri K. Stephens, Texas State University
Respondent: Michael L. Fahs, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
When behavior change is the objective, both trainers and academics know that one-shot training does not compete with
a more comprehensive program. In this panel, we address this issue from an industry and academic perspective. We
will discuss how to work with management to help employees achieve personal accountability. In addition we will
showcase behavior change examples from an on-going volunteer group of MBA students and the coaching of
traditional college students. Finally, we will discuss how to shift our program evaluation to include the assessment of
post-training behavior change.

50454     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Commonwealth           Third Floor                 Sheraton
              THE (IN)VISIBILITY OF TEACHERS: ON MEANING, BODY AND PEDAGOGY
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Leda M. Cooks, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Panelists:
   Leda M. Cooks, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   Kathleen A. LeBesco, Marymount Manhattan College
   Bonnie S. Farley-Lucas, Southern Connecticut State University
    Stephanie Jo Kent, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    Tina M. Harris, University of Georgia
The problem of the (in)visibility of the teacher's body is the focus of our proposed panel. Last year after a similar panel,
an enthusiastic audience urged us to consider implications of possible interventions into the contexts we discussed.
Thus, the current panel will focus on interventions into the classroom spaces and performances. Our focus will be on
the process and consequences of introducing an awareness of bodies, and on the meanings made in and through
communication about bodies.

50456     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Constitution A Ballroom       Second Floor          Sheraton
     THE "GOOD" WOMAN: ARCHETYPAL AND CONTEMPORARY DISCOURSES FROM EVE TO
                               MARTHA STEWART
Sponsor: Feminist and Women's Studies Division
Chair: Suzanne V. Loen, Minnesota State University, Mankato
   "The Temptress and the Virgin: The Construction of Women through Archetypal Metaphors." Jessica Elton, Purdue
        University
   "Good Mothers and Breastfeeding: The Cultural Discourse of Good Mothering." Karla J. Bergen, University of
        Nebraska, Lincoln
   "Embracing the Imaginary Good Mother: Narratives of Love and Violence from Women Who Killed Their
        Children." Barbara A. Barnett, University of Kansas
   "Housewives, Athletes and Smiling Menopausal Women: Reinforcing Female Gender Roles in DTC Advertising."
        Nicole L. Defenbaugh, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   "Women in Power Turned Sour: An Analysis of Framing and Gendered Discourse of Martha Stewart in The New
        York Times and USA Today." Michelle L. Gauchat, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Leslie A. Rill, University
        of Nebraska, Omaha
Respondent: Linda D. Horwitz, Lake Forest College

50459     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Dalton A        Third Floor                         Sheraton
     RECENT WORK IN BURKE STUDIES: POSITION PAPERS, REPORTS AND REASSESSMENTS
Sponsor: Kenneth Burke Society
Chair: David E. Beard, University of Wisconsin, River Falls
   "Reflections on Burke in Blackwell's 'A Companion to Rhetoric and Rhetorical Criticism'." Herbert W. Simons,
        Temple University
   "Reflections on New Uses of Burkean Criticism: 'Poetic Healing' and 'Making Sense of Ideology'." Mark E.
        Huglen, University of Minnesota, Crookston
   "Reflections on a First Visit to the Community of Burkean Scholars." Erin M. Wais, University of Minnesota, Twin
        Cities
   "Re-examining Burke's Pragmatism in Light of Recent Posthumous Collections." Greg J. Schneider, University of
        Minnesota, Twin Cities
   "Re-collecting Burke: The Reshaping of Burke in the Process of Anthologizing Burke." David E. Beard, University
        of Wisconsin, River Falls

50461     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Dalton B        Third Floor                         Sheraton
                          MEDIA, DISCOURSE, AND IDENTITY: RACE AND NATION
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Susan Harewood, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   "How the Arab Got His Sinister: Tracing the Emergence of a Distinctly American Orientalism Since the Early 19th
        Century." Nessim Watson, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Patriotism and Power: Rhetoric of Control." Edward Evans IV, University of Richmond
   "Once Upon a Time in China: Nationalism, Modernity, and Cinematic Representation." Zixu Liu, University of
        Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Black is 'Blak': Bamboozled and the Crisis of a Postmodern Racial Identity." Phil Chidester, Illinois State
        University; Shannon B. Campbell, University of Southern California; Jamel Bell, Boston College

50462     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Exeter A        Third Floor                         Sheraton
   CRITICAL, HISTORICAL AND ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RELIGION AND MEDIA ECOLOGY
Sponsors: Media Ecology Association, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Bruce E. Gronbeck, University of Iowa
   "Visuality's Reason vs. Tactility's Ratios: A Provocation about Religious Premises in Postman and McLuhan."
        Steven L. Reagles, Bethany Lutheran College
   "The Sacral Semiotics of Martin Luther: Notes on the Hegemony of Print." Marc D. Leverette, Colorado State
      University
   "The Faith of Neil Postman: A Media Ecology Look at Ethics." Donna L. Halper, University of Massachusetts,
      Amherst
Respondent: Clifford G. Christians, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Papers examine religious and ethical themes in the works of McLuhan, Postman, and Martin Luther.

50464     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Exeter B        Third Floor                        Sheraton
    PRESIDENTIAL ARGUMENTS: YOUNG SCHOLARS ON THE HEALTH OF POLITICAL DEBATE
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Anne Marie Todd, San Jose State University
   "Creating Images: An Analysis of the Arguments in the Second 2004 Presidential Debate." Karen Williams, San
        Jose State University
   "Got Issues? An Analysis of the 2004 Democratic Primary Debates." John Marshall Kephart, University of
        Southern California
   "Debating Globalization: Fair and Free Trade Arguments in the 2004 Presidential Debates." Kevin Marinelli, San
        Jose State University
   "Style over Substance: Political versus Personality Content In the First 2004 Presidential Debate." Phil Toole, San
        Jose State University
   "Eloquence in Presidential Debates: The 2004 Bush-Kerry Debates." Sara Ann Mehltretter, Penn State University
Respondent: Rebecca S. Opsata, California State University, Northridge

50467     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Fairfax B       Third Floor                        Sheraton
          PRESCRIBING CHANGE: BUILDING COMMUNITY AMONG K-12 AND COLLEGIATE
                              COMMUNICATION EDUCATORS
Sponsor: Elementary and Secondary Education Section
Chair: Lucas C. Messer, Arizona State University
Panelists:
   Susan J. Messman, Arizona State University
   Joy Daggs, University of Missouri, Columbia
   Sheila K. Walk, Ursuline Academy
   Tammy S. McGuire, University of Missouri, Columbia
   Jean A. Streiff, Oakland Catholic High School
   Lucas C. Messer, Arizona State University
   Diane Ritzdorf, Arapahoe High School
This panel will introduce and discuss resources for K-12 and Higher Education communication educators. In a
continuing effort to build a stronger disciplinary community and improve the quality of our teaching, this panel will
offer perspectives from K-12 and collegiate educators. Audience participation and contributions are encouraged.

50468     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Gardner A       Third Floor                        Sheraton
        THE HEALTH OF PUBLIC RELATIONS IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD: EXPLORING THE
                        CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES WE FACE
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Tricia L. Hansen-Horn, Central Missouri State University
   “Ethics in Pharmaceuticals: Who Should Have Access to Lifesaving, but Limited New Drugs?” Shannon A.
        Bowen, University of Maryland
   "Fuller Disclosure of Pharmaceutical Safety: Its Paradox and Public Relations Challenges." Robert Logan, National
        Institute of Health
   "A Weickian Approach to Public Relations in Risk Reduction, Health Promotion, and Crisis Management." Gary L.
        Kreps, George Mason University
   "Utilizing a Speech Acts Perspective for Organizing PR Environmental Campaigns When Health/Environmental
        Messages Appear Contradictory." Bonita Dostal Neff, Valparaiso University
   "Why 90 Million Americans Can't Use America's Health Care System." William Smith, Academy for Educational
        Development
   "Touring the Public Relations World of Pediatric Oncology: The Challenges and the Opportunities." Tricia L.
        Hansen-Horn, Central Missouri State University
   "Heart Health at the Cleveland Clinic: Public Relations Practices." Vonne Meussling, Indiana State University

50470     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Gardner B           Third Floor                    Sheraton
        TRANSFORMATIVE TURNS: HEALING THROUGH THE ETHNOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Panelists:
   Amber L. Zimmerman, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   Marianne LeGreco, Arizona State University
   Katherine Slauta, San Diego State University
   Bryan M. Urbsaitis, New York University
   Lindsay Smith, Salisbury University
   Kristin Leigh Davis, Arizona State University
   Kurt J. Lindemann, Arizona State University
   Emma J. Kershaw, San Diego State University
   Jeanine M. Minge, University of South Florida
Respondents: Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State University, Sarah Amira De la Garza, Arizona State University
This panel offers a unique opportunity for exploration of the narratives of our transformative turns in ethnographic
experience. Each participant will offer a narrative of fieldwork transformation and then together with audience
participation we will find the common thread organically through dialogue. By the end of the panel we will weave the
narratives together, quite literally transforming the work collaborative to understand the health of our discipline. As we
learn to embrace transformation, we heal.

50472     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Hampton A               Third Floor                 Sheraton
                STUDENT SAMPLER: EXPLORING A VARIETY OF STUDENT RESEARCH
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Bree McEwan, Arizona State University
   "Coping With Coping Checklists: Limitations and Revisions of Coping Measures." Tara McManus, Penn State
        University
   "Plastic Surgery Makeovers: An Analysis of Body Dissatisfaction, Risk Perception and Outcome Expectations."
        Heather Jane Hether, University of Southern California
   "Looking Back: Tracing the Development of Agency in Rhetoric from the Classical Period to the Contemporary."
        Michelle Marie Maresh, Texas Tech University
   "Singular People: Using Kleinman's Questions to Understand Solocultures in Health Interviews." Toni Siegrist
        Adams, California State University, Sacramento
   "Jamming Discourse: Culture Jamming as Aesthetic Resistance." Michael A. Lawrence, University of Iowa
   "A Content Analysis of Portrayals of Cosmetic Surgery on Television." Meghan Moran, University of Southern
        California
   "A Dialectical Perspective on Helping Behavior in Friendship between Americans, Taiwanese International
        Students and Taiwanese." Yea-Wen Chen, University of North Texas
   "Do We All Apologize the Same? Comparing Apology in Collectivistic Cultures." Xiaowen Guan, Michigan State
        University

50474     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Hampton B             Third Floor                   Sheraton
              CROSS EXAMINATION DEBATE ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT'S ROUNDTABLE
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Chair: William Baker, New York University
Panelists:
   Mary Lynn Sandoz, Vanderbilt University
   Kristina Whalen, Chico State University
   David L. Steinberg, University of Miami
   Ede Warner, University of Louisville
   Kelly M. McDonald, Arizona State University
   Jeffrey W. Jarman, Wichita State University
Town Hall meeting for membership of the Cross Examination Debate Association to discuss problems and
potentialities of the organization.

50475     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Independence Ballroom E         Second Floor        Sheraton
                                 THE CENTRALITY OF CULTURE REVISITED
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Rosita D. Albert, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
   "The Centrality of Culture Revisited: A Fifteen Year Retrospective." Robert Shuter, Marquette University
   "The Centrality of Culture and the Importance of Latin American and Latino Cultures." Rosita D. Albert,
       University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
    "The Centrality of Culture and Communication between Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese." Ringo Ma, Hong
       Kong Baptist University
    "Culture as Text and Culture as Theory: An Asiancentric Agenda for Communication Studies." Yoshitaka Miike,
       University of Hawaii, Hilo
    "The Centrality of Culture and Co-cultural Communication." Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State University
    "The Centrality of Culture in Peace and Conflict." Benjamin J. Broome, Arizona State University
    "The Centrality of Culture: Afrocentricity and Communication." Molefi K. Asante, Temple University

50477     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Jefferson          Third Floor                     Sheraton
        KEEPING YOUR CLASS AND COMMUNITY HEALTHY THROUGH SERVICE-LEARNING
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Rick Lindner, Georgia Perimeter College, Lawrenceville
Panelists:
   Ellen Bremen, Highline Community College
   Christa M. Brown, Minnesota State University, Mankato
   Barbara L. Clinton, Highline Community College
   William D. Price, Georgia Perimeter College, Dunwoody
   Denise M. Sperruzza, St. Louis Community College, Meramec
In this session, the panelists will discuss a variety of approaches regarding assignments, positive outcomes, and
valuable suggestions for using Service-Learning in your class. Later in the session, attendees are invited to share their
Service-Learning experiences and questions in an open discussion.

50478     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Kent               Third Floor                     Sheraton
              CHALLENGES IN RELATING, CHALLENGES IN STUDYING RELATIONSHIPS
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Anastacia D. Kurylo, Rutgers University
   "Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment Harassment in Academics: Framing Social-sexual
        Communication." Mary Lynn M. Henningsen, Northern Illinois University; Kathleen S. Valde, Northern
        Illinois University; Ben Wise, Northern Illinois University
   "'Playing' with Traditional Roles: Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren." Laura Ponce, University of Texas,
        El Paso; Larry A. Erbert, University of Texas, El Paso
   "The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side (of the Breakup)...Or is It? Predicting Post-dissolutional
        Relationship Development Patterns, Quality, and Adjustment." Jody Koenig Kellas, University of Nebraska,
        Lincoln
   "Exploring Relational History as a Multidimensional Concept." Caroline T. Rankin, University of Kentucky
Respondent: Susanne M. Jones, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

50479     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Liberty A     Second Floor                         Sheraton
        ENACTING SITUATED IDENTITIES: COMPETITIVE PAPERS IN LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL
                                      INTERACTION
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Mardi J. Kidwell, University of New Hampshire
   "Maintaining Phantom Communities: A Program for the Use of Quoted Speech." Samuel McCormick, The
       University of Iowa
   "The Narrative Construction of Arab Collective Identity: Theoretical and Practical Implications." Saskia Witteborn,
       University of Washington
   "Guided Visualization of Meditation Deities in Tantric Spirituality: Enacting an Ideal Self-concept in Imaginary
       Interaction." Kurt A. Bruder, Merrimack College
   “Talking Lives: Identity, Culture, and Relationships in the U.S.” Yanrong Chang, University of South Carolina,
       Aiken
Respondent: Brian L. Heisterkamp, California State University, San Bernardino

50480     9:30 am - 10:45 am             Liberty B    Second Floor                          Sheraton
          CRISIS AND LIVING IN THE POLAR NORTH: NARRATIVES OF LIVED EXPERIENCE
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Pamela R. McWherter, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
   "Narratives of the Journey from Cheechako to Sourdough: Winter Crises as Lived Experience in the Polar North."
        Jin G. Brown, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
   "Narratives under the Smoke: Alaska Tourism during an Environmental Crisis." Nick Towne, University of Alaska,
       Fairbanks
   "Risk and Crisis Communication: Coordinating Strategies for a Northern Environment." Patrick Kezer, University
       of Alaska, Fairbanks
   "Cute Shoes in a Blizzard: Feminine Identity Crisis in the Far North." Pamela R. McWherter, University of Alaska,
       Fairbanks

50481     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Liberty C     Second Floor                         Sheraton
                  SYMPTOMS AND CURES: ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN THE CLASSROOM
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Pam L. Secklin, St. Cloud State University
   “Turning a Blind Eye: Should I Pursue My Suspicions of Plagiarism?” Jennifer A. Senchea, St. Cloud State
        University
   "’Take a Hot Pepper and Call Me after the Semester’: Student Resources for Professor Evaluation.” Elizabeth A.
        Dudash, St. Cloud State University
   "Suffering from 'TMI': Contemplative Listening and Student Self-disclosure." Julie Lynch, St. Cloud State
        University
   “Split Personalities: Too Much Time with a Doc?” Scott D. Wells, St. Cloud State University
Respondent: Pam L. Secklin, St. Cloud State University

50482     9:30 am - 10:45 am            Republic Ballroom A       Second Floor             Sheraton
                                     GENDER-RELATED ISSUES IN MEDIA
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Lisa Glebatis, University of Texas, Austin
   "Age is Skin Deep: Middle-aged Women and 'Anti-aging' Advertising." Kimberly D. Golombisky, University of
        South Florida
   "My Body, My Choice: Media Framing of Reproduction, 1980-2003." Christine Gardner, Northwestern University
   "Opinions Concerning Women's Rights in the Mediated Environment: A Content-driven Approach." Alicia Dutta-
        Bergman, Purdue University; Mohan J. Dutta-Bergman, Purdue University
   "Predicting First- and Third-Person Perceptions for Pornography: Further Evidence for a Self-categorization
        Explanation." Scott A. Reid, University of California, Santa Barbara; Sahara E. Byrne, University of California,
        Santa Barbara; Jennifer Brundidge, University of California, Santa Barbara; Mirit Shoham, University of
        California, Santa Barbara; Mikaela L. Marlow, University of California, Santa Barbara
Respondent: Heather Crandall, Washington State University



                                              11:00 am

50601     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Boston College          Third Floor                Marriott
 ASSESSING THE HEALTH OF THE CLASSROOM & DEPARTMENT ENVIRONMENTS FOR FEMALE
                               FACULTY OF COLOR
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Tina M. Harris, University of Georgia
Panelists:
   Fang-Yi F. Wei, University of Memphis
   Ahlam H. Muhtaseb, California State University, San Bernardino
   Chikako Akamatsu McLean, Oakton Community College
   Claudia L. McCalman, Southeastern Louisiana University
   Mary Fong, California State University, San Bernardino
Respondent: Katherine Grace Hendrix, University of Memphis
Panelists will chronicle their experiences in the classroom as women of color. U.S. born and international faculty of
color, including those with English as a second language, will discuss varying levels of receptivity and resistance from
their students in response to their race, gender, age, nationality, religion, and/or accented language. Classroom
dynamics will be addressed in terms of credibility, immediacy, intercultural communication, and authority.

50602     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Boston University           Third Floor            Marriott
                                   USING MEDIA MESSAGES TO PERSUADE
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Victoria Orrego Dunleavy, University of Miami
   "Psychometric Properties of the Hong Psychological Reactance Scale." Lijiang Shen, University of Wisconsin,
        Madison; James P. Dillard, Penn State University
   "Selective Exposure to Anti-Drug Ads, Parent Style, and Issue Involvement: Predictors of Parental Monitoring
        Practices for Preventing Adolescent Substance Use." Brian L. Quick, Texas A&M University; Michael T.
        Stephenson, Texas A&M University
   "News about the Effects of Marijuana: Consequences for High and Low Risk Adolescents." Marci McCoy Roth,
        University of Pennsylvania; Joseph N. Cappella, University of Pennsylvania; Martin Fishbein, University of
        Pennsylvania; Daniel Barrett, University of Pennsylvania
   "Sensation Seeking and Injection Drug Users: Perceptions of the Impact and Recall of Anti-Drug Messages." Kate
        Ksobiech, Public Policy Forum; Michael T. Stephenson, Texas A&M University

50603     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Brandeis          Third Floor                      Marriott
                            REWORKING THE MUNDANE AND THE EVERYDAY
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Jennifer J. Asenas, University of Texas, Austin
   "US Day of the Dead: Communicating Politically through Culture." Regina Marchi, University of California, San
        Diego
   "Theorizing the (Post)modern Cow: Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis, Prosthesis, and Again." Alison E. Vogelaar
        Skiver, University of Colorado, Boulder
   "Resisting Tradition: An Ethnography of a Vegetarian Thanksgiving Feast." Cindy M. Spurlock, University of
        North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "'The Boffins Got It Wrong Again': Risk, Indeterminacy and Defensive Journalism in Coverage of the 'Doomsday'
        Asteroid Threat." John E. Huxford, Villanova University

50604     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Cape Cod           Fourth Floor                    Marriott
                 EMPOWERING STUDENT LEADERSHIP: A TEAM-BUILDING PROJECT
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Diana J. Denton, University of Waterloo
Panelists:
   Leslie Cooper, University of Waterloo
   Daria Locke, University of Waterloo
   Shyna John, University of Waterloo
This panel explores a team-based project in a course on Small Group Communication - a student designed and
facilitated team-building retreat. A panel of faculty and students will discuss how this project has empowered students,
trained them to be perceptive and skilful leaders and team members in the face of challenge, and fostered innovation
and risk-taking. Challenges and successes of the project will be discussed. Video clips of sessions will also be used to
show the creativity and innovation that highlights these retreats.

50606     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Falmouth           Fourth Floor                    Marriott
         COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE HEALTH OF THE HUMAN CONDITION:
               EXPLORATIONS OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND SOCIAL MEANING
Sponsor: Media Ecology Association
Chair: Cheryl A. Casey, New York University
   "Being Virtual." Jane Hudson, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
   "’Being’ Online: Ontological Explorations of Social Identity in (Cyber) Space." Stephanie A. Bennett, Broward
        Community College
   "Alternative Approaches to Narrative in New Media Forms: Mapping out Narrative in Shelley Jackson's
        'Patchwork Girl'." Burcu Bakioglu, Indiana University
   "A Virtual Death and a Real Dilemma: Identity, Trust, and Community in Cyberspace." John W. Jordan, University
        of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Respondent: Lance A. Strate, Fordham University

50608     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Harvard           Third Floor                      Marriott
                        CONTEMPORARY STUDIES IN CHINESE COMMUNICATION
Sponsor: Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Chair: Xiaosui Xiao, Hong Kong Baptist University
   "A Review of the Empirical Research on Decision Making in Chinese Organizations: Cultural Conceptualizations,
        Findings, and Implications." Canchu Lin, Bowling Green State University
   "The English Learning Mania in China." Ai Zhang, Syracuse University
   "Gender Differences and Similarities in Perceptions of Media and Non-media Sexuality in a Sample of Hong Kong
       Youth." Tong Fei, City University of Hong Kong
   "From Propaganda to Public Relation: Analysis of Public Health Crisis Report in China Newspapers." Brandy
       Zhang, The University of Macau; Huailin Chen, The University of Macau

50609     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Hyannis          Fourth Floor                      Marriott
                 DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON WHITE MEN WHO CHALLENGE RACISM
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan University
   “White Men Challenging Racism and Grass Roots Organizing: For Whom?” Sakile K. Camara, University of
       Houston, Downtown
   "Anti-racism Inside out: White Males' Experiences Challenging the System from within." Aaron C. Cargile,
       California State University, Long Beach; Marc Rich, California State University, Long Beach
   "Anti-racism Movement Moments: A Glimpse at the Commonalities of the Movement Elders." Rex L. Crawley,
       Robert Morris University
   "’This is a Big Part of What Keeps Me, as a White Man, Going’: Challenging the System from the Margins." Cory
       L. Young, Western Michigan University
   "The Process of Un/becoming: Using White Male Privilege for Antiracism Efforts." Jacob Arndt, Western
       Michigan University; Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan University; Maegan Hopson, Western Michigan
       University

50610     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           MIT          Third Floor                           Marriott
                                          FLIRTING AND FIRST DATES
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Rachel K. Kim, Michigan State University
   "First Date Scripts: Variations in Sex of Initiator, Alcohol Availability, and Relationship Type." Mary Claire Morr
        Serewicz, University of Denver; Elaine Gale, University of Denver
   "Scripts for Initial Date Requests." Kathleen S. Valde, Northern Illinois University; Mary Lynn M. Henningsen,
        Northern Illinois University
   "Flirtation Effectiveness and Appropriateness: An Experimental Study of Opening Lines." Keith D. Weber, West
        Virginia University; Jacob L. Cayanus, Oakland University; Alan K. Goodboy, West Virginia University
   "Dating on the Fast Track: Speed Dating, Initial Interaction, and Attraction." Lindsey Hamilton, University of
        Portland
Respondent: Paul A. Mongeau, Arizona State University

50611     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Nantucket          Fourth Floor                    Marriott
               THE HEALTH OF THE DISIPLINE: HOW DOES THE BASIC COURSE FARE?
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Federico Varona, San Jose State University
Panelists:
   Leslie J. Reynard, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
   Melody A. Hubbard, Northwest Missouri State University
   Abhik Roy, Howard University
   Bayo Oludaja, Northwest Missouri State University
   John R. Fisher, Northwest Missouri State University
The panelists will discuss: 1) how to use theory regarding differences between oral and written texts to help students
prepare and revise their speeches, using specific language strategies; 2) ways to promote dialog in small group
problem-solving; 3) making praxis a central issue so students not only learn techniques of effective speaking, but also
learn to appreciate the praxical dimensions that engender human solidarity; and 4) guarding against polarization in
discussions of culture and gender.

50612     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Northeastern          Third Floor                  Marriott
    WHAT!? WHAT WAS THAT I JUST SAW/HEARD!?: RADIO, TELEVISION, IMAGE, DISCOURSE
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Linda C. Steiner, Rutgers University
   "Interrogating the Radio Communication Project in Nepal: The Participatory Framing of Colonization." Mohan J.
        Dutta-Bergman, Purdue University; Iccha Basnyat, Purdue University
   "Putting Women in Their Place: Gender, Space, and Power in '24' and 'Alias'." David R. Coon, Indiana University
    "The Offending Breast of the Contemporary Jezebel: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Jackson/Timberlake Scandal
       during the Halftime Show of Super Bowl XXXVIII." Shannon L. Holland, University of Georgia
    "Days of Future Past: The Temporal Economy of the Image in the 'New War'." Joshua Smicker, University of
       North Carolina, Chapel Hill

50613     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Orleans          Fourth Floor                       Marriott
    RECONSTRUCTING A "HEALTHY PUBLIC SPHERE": ALTERNATIVE MEDIA AND "HEALTH"
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Jack Z. Bratich, Rutgers University
   "Video Documentary as Alternative Media Practice: Educating the Public about Sexual and Gender Minority
        Issues." Ji Hoon Park, University of Pennsylvania
   "Shaping an Alternative Dialogue: The AIDS Crisis in Africa and Alternative Media." Euichul Jung, Rutgers
        University
   "The Digital Plowshare: Alternative Media and Environmental Health." Srinivas Lankala, University of
        Massachusetts
   "Reconstructing Age in the Alternative Public Sphere." Myungshin Hong, Sejong University
   "Property or Speech: Alternative Voices and Copyright Laws." Djung Yune Tchoi, Penn State University
   "Successful Alternative Media Project: Analysis of How Online Alternative Media Promote 'Healthy' Choices."
        Miles Yoonwhan Cho, Rutgers University
   "A Healthy Civic Participation through an Online Alternative Medium." Jinsun Lee, Rutgers University

50614     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Provincetown           Fourth Floor                 Marriott
    PROBLEMATIZING DIALOGUE AND CONFLICT: CURRENT ISSUES AND INTERSECTIONS IN
                             CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Leonard Hawes, University of Utah
   "Problematizing Dialogue and Conflict: Current Issues and Intersections in Conflict Resolution." Leonard Hawes,
        University of Utah; Donald G. Ellis, University of Hartford; Helena Zdravkovic, University of Utah; Lindsay
        Calhoun, University of Utah; Christine Contestable, University of Utah; Alex N. Bailey, University of Utah
This panel will engage the audience in a discussion of dialogue and conflict. We will problematize the standards and
practices of CR in light of scholarly work in poststructuralism, postcolonialism, and posthumanism. Our intent is to
engage in a dialogue and invite the audience to join us. We are motivated by the notion of the emergent and interested
in how a conversational format might create useful conditions for "calling into question," while resisting early closure.

50616     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Regis          Third Floor                          Marriott
                                    DISCOVERING A SPIRITUAL IDENTITY
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Kristin Leigh Davis, Arizona State University
   "How Can We See Her? Communicating Saintliness through the Visual Medium." Bhavana Upadhyaya, University
        of New Mexico
   "The Power of Authenticity." Joshua D. Guilar, Royal Roads University
   "Writing (and Re-righting) My Spiritual Story: A Narrative Study of Depression." Kendall A. Smith-Sullivan,
        None
Respondent: Cecil V. Kramer, Liberty University

50617     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Salon A          Fourth Floor                       Marriott
         LEGACY AND PROSPECT: ELECTION 2004 AND THE HEALTH OF PUBLIC POLITICS
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Thomas A. Hollihan, University of Southern California
   "Convention(al) Address: A Critical Evaluation of Bush's Convention Addresses in 2000 and 2004." Rebecca S.
        Opsata, California State University, Northridge
   "Protestors, Soldiers and Presidential Candidates: The Reaffirmation and Subversion of Vietnam-Era History in the
        2004 Presidential Campaign." Elisia L. Cohen, St. Louis University
   "New Toys, New Techniques? A Survey of New Technologies and Political Communication Practices in the 2004
        Election." Jamie McKown, College of Charleston
   "Generation Next: An Analysis of Student Attitudes toward Presidential Debates." Anne Marie Todd, San Jose
        State University
Respondent: Thomas A. Hollihan, University of Southern California
50619     11:00 am - 12:15 pm             Salon B          Fourth Floor                         Marriott
                           KEY RHETORICAL DISPUTES IN THE EARLY REPUBLIC
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Kelly M. McDonald, Arizona State University
   "Rhetoric and Agency in the Pullman Strike: Eugene Debs, George Pullman, and Grover Cleveland's Rhetorical
        Combat." Paul H. Stob, University of Wisconsin, Madison
   "War Rhetoric on the Brink of Destruction: Jefferson Davis and Conditional Emancipation." Robert Jarrod
        Atchison, University of Georgia
   "Yankee Rhetoric Disputes Southern Virtue: Agriculture vs. Technology in America, 1820-1840." Larry L.
        Lambert, Indiana University, South Bend
   "Rhetoric of the Antebellum Peace Movement." Eric Fuchs, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Respondent: James M. Farrell, University of New Hampshire

50620     11:00 am - 12:15 pm             Salon C          Fourth Floor                         Marriott
                           BODIES IN CYBERSPACE: ISSUES OF (RE)EMBODIMENT
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Mindy Fenske, University of South Carolina
   "My Body Lies Over the Keyboard: Embodiment in Weblog Storytelling." Eric E. Peterson, University of Maine
   "The Performativity of Naming: Adolescent Weblog Names as a Metaphor." Lois Ann Scheidt, Indiana University
   "No Pic. No Chat: (Re) Embodiment in Online Profiles, Chatrooms, and Online Matching Services." Darren C.
       Goins, Towson University
   "A Cyberspace Narrative: I Photoshopped my Body." Jacqueline D. Burleson, Louisiana State University
Respondent: Mindy Fenske, University of South Carolina

50621     11:00 am - 12:15 pm             Salon D          Fourth Floor                         Marriott
                              VISUAL RHETORIC: A SKEPTICAL INTRODUCTION
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Cara A. Finnegan, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Panelists:
   Mattea A. Garcia, University of Illinois
   Michelle Gibbons, University of Pittsburgh
   Robin E. Jensen, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   Stephen Llano, University of Pittsburgh
   Vincent Pham, University of Illinois
   Qian Zhang, University of Pittsburgh
   Jasmine N. Cobb, University of Pittsburgh
Respondent: Lester C. Olson, University of Pittsburgh
Our panel features a collective of graduate students who recently completed seminars in visual rhetoric at the
University of Illinois and the University of Pittsburgh. Working in the provocative spirit of art historian James Elkins's
book, Visual Studies: A Skeptical Introduction (Routledge, 2003), the panelists will employ an engaging multimedia
approach to take up the question of the current "state of the art" of visual rhetoric. In offering their "skeptical
introductions" to visual rhetoric, the panelists will describe the field as they see it at present and issue challenges to its
practitioners for future work. Senior scholars will be present to engage with the panelists.

50625     11:00 am - 12:15 pm             Salon H          Fourth Floor                         Marriott
        CRITICAL STUDIES IN CINEMA: DESIRE AND IDENTIFICATION WITHIN CAPITALIST
                                      FRAMEWORKS
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Shawn C. Shimpach, New York University
   "'With the Boundaries Between Us Still Intact': Mapping Incestuous Desire in 'Eve's Bayou'." Sarah Sinwell,
        Indiana University
   "Constructing the Indie Brand: A Comparison of Film Trailers." Moira O'Keeffe, University of Pennsylvania,
        Annenberg School
   "'I'm Going to Watch It Until It Gets Good': Identification, Active/passive Audiences, and the Star Wars Prequels."
        Steven S. Vrooman, Texas Lutheran University
   "Tension and Contestation: Globalization and Hollywood Films Reception in China between 1995 and 1997."

50627     11:00 am - 12:15 pm             Salon I         Fourth Floor                          Marriott
                        FOR THE HEALTH OF IT: DISCIPLINING THE FEMALE BODY
Sponsors: Feminist and Women's Studies Division, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Absent Female Body, Any University
Panelists:
   Nicole L. Defenbaugh, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   Diana L. Tigerlily, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   Amber L. Zimmerman, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   Janet E. Donoghue, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   Jeanine M. Minge, University of South Florida
Respondent: Stacy Holman Jones, University of South Florida
This panel of performances explores the disciplined female body in various cultural contexts. The use of personal
narrative and autoethnographic texts forefront the female body as a site of resistance and empowerment. In a
transgressive move toward reclaiming our bodies (and our voices), we strip away epistemological and ontological
notions of the female body as a passive object to be disciplined and dominated. Through performance as method of
inquiry, we explore the socio-political possibilities of sensuous activism and create space for healing our
personal/political wounds.

50628     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Salon J          Fourth Floor                       Marriott
 THE HEALTH OF TEACHING IN THE DISCIPLINE: CHILLY OR WARM IN THE CLASSROOM FOR
                               WOMEN OF COLOR?
Sponsor: Feminist and Women's Studies Division
Chair: Shauntae Brown White, Miami University, Hamilton
Panelists:
Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Indiana University
Sonja M. Brown Givens, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Janice D. Hamlet, Northern Illinois University
Felecia F. Jordan-Jackson, Florida State University
Kimberly R. Moffitt, DePaul University
Karla D. Scott, St. Louis University
Anntarie Lanita Sims, College of New Jersey
Shauntae Brown White, Miami University, Hamilton
Race and gender are intricately woven into the fabric of the social institutions in the United States of America; the
University classroom is not excluded. In this roundtable discussion, women of color from senior to junior faculty will
discuss their experiences in the classroom at predominantly white institutions and the strategies that they have used to
successfully manage the variables of race and gender in the classroom.

50629     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Salon K          Fourth Floor                       Marriott
               "PATRIOTS" IN THE CLASSROOM: DISCUSSIONS AND DISSENT POST 9-11
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Susan Hafen, Weber State University
Panelists:
   Anjali Ram, Roger Williams University
   Leda M. Cooks, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
   Richard W. Sline, Weber State University
   Robert G. Westerfelhaus, College of Charleston
   Rueyling Chuang, California State University, San Bernardino
   Sunil Bhatia, Connecticut College
Respondent: Ruma J. Sen, Ramapo College
This panel of eight, seasoned professors from Universities across the USA, representing a range of communication
courses and inter/national perspectives, will create a round table discussion about how they create openings for
principled, vigorous, democratic classroom dialogue in a post 9-11 era where both employee and citizen dissent are
under attack as threats to productivity and patriotism .

50631     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Simmons            Third Floor                      Marriott
     FROM HER HOME TO YOUR HOME: REPRESENTATIONS OF FIRST LADIES AS MOTHERS,
                     SUPPORTERS, AND FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Karrin Vasby Anderson, Colorado State University
   "Stand by the Man: Examining Representation of American First Ladies as Prosthesis for the Commander in
        Chief." Denise Oles, Wayne State University
   "Racing to be the First Lady: An Analysis of Race and Femininity in the Construction of the Fictional First Lady."
      Emily Anzicek, Wayne State University
   "Caring for Your House from the White House: Images of the First Lady as First Mother." Sarah I. Meinen,
      University of Wisconsin, Madison
Respondent: Karrin Vasby Anderson, Colorado State University

50632    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Suffolk         Third Floor                       Marriott
                                LEADERSHIP: METAPHORS AND OUTCOMES
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Devon Brown, University of Colorado, Boulder
   "Therapist, Juggler, or Cheerleader? Conceptualizing CAO Leadership, Communication, and Job Satisfaction."
        Gordon L. Forward, Point Loma Nazarene University; Kathleen C. Czech, University of San Diego; Patrick
        Allen, Point Loma Nazarene University
   "The Role of Leadership Behaviors on the Process of Goal-setting: An Examination of Coach-Athlete
        Communication Behaviors." J. R. Jensen, Mercyhurst College; Melissa Gibson Hancox, Edinboro University of
        Pennsylvania; Mary Breckenridge, Mercyhurst College; Kimberly Jense, Mercyhurst College
   "A Comparison of Transformational and Transactional Leadership on Conflict Management Preferences and Job
        Satisfaction: An Analysis of Supervisor-Subordinate Dyads." Naomi Bell ONeil, Ohio State University; Martha
        J. Fay, Ohio State University; Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University
Respondent: J. Kevin Barge, University of Georgia

50633    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Tufts         Third Floor                         Marriott
STARTING HEALTHY, STAYING HEALTHY II: STRATEGIES ON THE FIRST JOB SEARCH AND THE
                                 FIRST MOVE
Sponsor: La Raza Caucus
Chair: Raymond C. Puchot, Bristol Community College
Panelists:
   Roberto Avant-Mier, Boston College
   Michelle A. Holling, Colorado State University
   Richard Pineda, University of Texas, El Paso
   Jon C. Wiebel, University of Iowa
   Keri Moe, El Paso Community College
This roundtable discussion is aimed at graduate students and new faculty member in the process of preparing for the
first job search and application process. The roundtable also will discuss the first move to the second job.

50635    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Vineyard          Fourth Floor                    Marriott
     LISTENING AT THE CENTER: CONTEXTS OF LISTENING IN COMMUNICATION CENTERS
Sponsor: Communication Centers Section
Chair: Eunkyong L. Yook, University of Mary Washington
   "We're Listening: The Scholarship of Listening and its Relation to Communication Centers." David E. Beard,
        University of Wisconsin, River Falls
   "Are You Listening to What You're Saying? Paradoxes of Service in 'Communication' Centers." Daniel Emery,
        University of Utah
   "Listening to What We Voice in Common: The Learning Commons as Challenge and Opportunity." Vesta Silva,
        Allegheny College
   "Y'All Better Listen Up! Communication, Professionalism, and Authority in Cross Disciplinary Contexts." Danna
        Prather, Texas Christian University
Respondent: Marlene Preston, Virginia Tech

50636    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Wellesley         Third Floor                     Marriott
             CARE(FULLY) PERFORMING INTIMATE AND PUBLIC RESISTANCE IN TIME
Sponsors: Performance Studies Division, Feminist and Women's Studies Division
Chair: Nathan P. Stucky, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
   "In/between Identities: Liminality and Care in Lousia May Alcott's Adult Writings." Karen Sheriff LeVan,
        University of Oklahoma
   "Sayable and Unsayable Narratives of and through W;t: Vivian, the Talkbacks, and Me." Joy V. Goldsmith, Young
        Harris College
   "Performing Pennsylvania Hall: Sound and Space in Angelina Grimké's Abolitionist Discourse." Jackson Miller,
        Linfield College
   "Performing Affective Legacies: Intimate Encounters with School Integration." Kate G. Willink, University of
      North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "Anything He Can Do: Two Women's Public Performance and Private Danger in the Wild West." Lisa Bernd, Case
      Western Reserve
Respondent: Nathan P. Stucky, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

50637    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Yarmouth           Fourth Floor                   Marriott
 PR SERVICE LEARNING PEDAGOGY AT THE SMALL COLLEGE: PRACTICES AND POSSIBILITIES
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: David C. Klope, Mt. Mercy College
Panelists:
   Karen A. Sindelar, Coe College
   Debra A. Worley, Indiana State University
   Diana L. Tucker, Ashland University
   Kathleen M. Long, West Virginia Wesleyan College
   Lois Foreman-Wernet, Capital University
   Janet Rice McCoy, University of North Texas
   Jane Elmes-Crahall, Wilkes University
   Brigitta R. Brunner, Auburn University
   Carl T. Hyden, Morgan State University
   Denise P. Ferguson, Indiana Wesleyan University
A round table discussion format will allow sharing of ideas regarding service learning pedagogy in PR from the
perspective of those who teach in small colleges, PR programs, near smaller cities. Panelists will share their
experiences, followed by a time of discussion between and among the panelists and the audience

50641    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Beacon A        Third Floor                      Sheraton
 THE LAW, DEMOCRATIC PRACTICE, AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE: THE POWER TO BE, TO SPEAK,
                                 AND TO DECIDE
Sponsor: Division on Communication and the Law
   "Moving Federal Court Appointments into the Public Sphere." Craig R. Smith, California State University, Long
       Beach
   "Workplace Spirituality and Religious Discrimination: Academic and Legal Perspectives." Jennifer R. Considine,
       Texas A&M University
   “The Supreme Court and the War on Terror: The Case of Withering Democracy?” Jeremiah P. Hickey, Texas
       A&M University
   "Making (No) Law: Speech Codes on College Campuses." Catherine L. Langford, Texas Tech University
Respondent: Jeffrey D. Brand, Millikin University

50642    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Beacon B        Third Floor                      Sheraton
     FOR THE HEALTH OF VARIETY IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES: EXPLORING DIFFERENT
                         THEORIES, METHODS, AND CONTEXTS
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Mark T. Haynes, Arizona State University
   "BYOB…Bring Your Own Boombox! The Hope of Micro-radio in Prometheus Radio Project vs. FCC (2004)."
       Matthew Payne, University of Texas, Austin
   "You are What You Eat: The Performative Power of Religious Vampire Sects." Melanie McNaughton, University
       of Georgia
   "Advertising and Culture: Advertising for the Hybrid Global Consumer." Mahuya Pal, Purdue University
   "Children's Television Diet: A Content Analysis of Food Advertisements and Programs." Tony Martinet,
       University of South Dakota
   "Renegotiating National Identity: Discourse Analysis of South Korean Advertising." Woongjae Ryoo, Georgia
       State University
   "Inherently Democratic: An Analysis of Internet Creation Narratives." Gretchen Haas, University of Minnesota,
       Twin Cities
   "Blending the Audience and Performer in Noise Music Performance: Death Squad's 'Intent'." Brett L. Lunceford,
       Penn State University

50643    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Beacon C        Third Floor                      Sheraton
                                CHECKING THE PULSE OF PRACTITIONERS
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Sandra Pride Shaw, Louisiana State University
Panelists:
   Mara M. Marino, Rutgers University
   Travis L. Russ, Rutgers University
   Sunshine O'Neal Webster, University of Texas, Austin
   Joanne L. Cattafesta, Rutgers University
   Lynn Cockett, Juniata College
Respondent: David A. Carlone, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Papers presented on this panel represent both current and historical perspectives on popular management texts. Authors
explore both theory and practice in order to illuminate the connections between the two. Understanding the link
between theory and practice may provide scholars with not only insight into organizational experiences, but also tools
to enable practitioners to put theory into practice.

50644    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Beacon D         Third Floor                      Sheraton
            INVESTIGATING MODELS OF PEDAGOGY TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Mary Ann Danielson, Creighton University
   "Student Reaction to the Research Methods Class: A Focus Group Study." Eric M. Fife, James Madison University
   "Structuring an Interactive Pedagogy for a Practical Discipline." Heidi L. Muller, University of Northern Colorado
   "The Best of Both Worlds: Teaching a Large Lecture, Writing-intensive Course." Josh E. Boyd, Purdue University
   "Revisioning Digital Editing Pedagogy: Hearing the Call of Techne." Stacey Irwin, Millersville University
Respondent: Ann L. Darling, University of Utah

50645    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Beacon EFG          Third Floor                   Sheraton
     PUTTING SPEECH IN ITS PLACE: DISCOVERING DISENFRANCHISED PUBLIC DISCOURSE
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
   "Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Unheard Voices of Resistance." Deborah Clark Vance, McDaniel College
   "When Politics Take over the Pulpit: A Position Paper on the Separation of Church and State." Sharnine S. Herbert,
       Shippensburg University
   "Free Speech Zone under Censorship: Chinese Media's Interpretation of the U.S. 2004 Presidential Campaign."
       Wei Sun, Bowie State University
   "Doing Dissent and Alleviating/arousing Anger: Web Communities." Andrew Jared Critchfield, The George
       Washington University
Respondent: William J. Starosta, Howard University

50646    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Beacon H         Third Floor                      Sheraton
                  STUDIES CONCERNING MASCULINITY IN MASS COMMUNICATION
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: David S. Silverman, Xavier University of Louisiana
   "Angels in America as Equipment for Living: A Portrait of Illness and Social Support on Television." Jillian Tullis
        Owen, California State University, Sacramento
   "Framing Suicide: The Negative Effect of the Masculine Gender Ideal on Suicide Stories in American Print
        Media." Valica Boudry, Bemidji State University; Michael E. Nitz, University of North Dakota
   "Queering Capitalism: (Re)presenting Male Homosexuality in 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy'." E. Michele
        Ramsey, Penn State University Berks/Lehigh Valley College; Gladys Santiago, Penn State University
        Berks/Lehigh Valley College
Respondent: Heather L. Hundley, California State University, San Bernardino

50647    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Berkeley A        Third Floor                     Sheraton
  THE IMPACT OF PATRIOTISM AND IMMIGRATION POLICY ON CULTURAL ADAPTATION AND
                         INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Jacqueline Martinez, Arizona State University
Panelists:
   Sara DeTurk, University of Texas, San Antonio
   Tamie Kanata, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
   Erla S. Kristjansdottir, State University of New York, Fredonia
   Elvinet S. Wilson, Arizona State University
Respondent: Lisa Flores, University of Utah
"Patriotism" has experienced a recent upsurge in importance in the United States as well as other nations. The rhetoric
of patriotism has been deployed in the interests of national pride, unity, and war. In this panel, four scholars
representing the U.S., Japan, Iceland, and the Bahamas apply theory and personal narratives to understand the meaning
of patriotism. We include implications of patriotism for cultural identity, intercultural communication, and the
adaptation of immigrants.

50649    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Berkeley B        Third Floor                      Sheraton
                    STUDYING POPULAR MEDIA THROUGH THE LENS OF PRESENCE
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Paul Skalski, University of Minnesota, Duluth
   "(Tele)presence Theory and Research: What the Literature Tells Us." Matthew Lombard, Temple University;
        Matthew Jones, Temple University
   "Feeling Like You Are Really There: The Impact of Presence Sensations and Television Form on Audience
        Perceptions of Athleticism in Televised Sports." Cheryl Campanella Bracken, Cleveland State University
   "Violent Video Games and their Affect on Presence and Aggression." Marina B. Krcmar, Wake Forest University;
        Kirstie M. Farrar, University of Connecticut, Storrs; Kristine Nowak, University of Connecticut
   "Repeated Exposure to Virtual Video Game Violence: Presence and Hostile Thoughts." Ron C. Tamborini,
        Michigan State University; David Westerman, Michigan State University; Paul Skalski, University of
        Minnesota, Duluth; Michael R. Kotowski, Michigan State University; Donghun Chung, Ohio University
   "Obstacles and Openings to Presence in the Experience of Film." Kimberly Neuendorf, Cleveland State University;
        Paul Skalski, University of Minnesota, Duluth

50651    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Clarendon A          Third Floor                   Sheraton
                               PUBLIC ARGUMENTS ABOUT PUBLIC HEALTH
Sponsor: American Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: Jennifer L. Peterson, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
   "Breastfeeding as a Public Health Paradox." Emily T. Cripe, Arizona State University
   "Healthcare and the Home: Professional and Family Caregivers." Deborah Dysart-Gale, University of Wisconsin,
        Whitewater
   The 'Fat' Epidemic: Metaphor, Methodology, or Madness? Kathleen McTigue, University of Pittsburgh; Gordon R.
        Mitchell, University of Pittsburgh
   "Let Them Eat Cheese? The Disconnect between Government Nutrition Standards and Food Assistance Programs."
        Autumn R. Pearson, University of Pittsburgh
Respondent: Tasha N. Dubriwny, University of Georgia

50653    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Clarendon B         Third Floor                    Sheraton
                           THE HEALTH OF RHETORICAL RACE SCHOLARSHIP
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Michael G. Lacy, Monmouth University
Panelists:
   Dexter B. Gordon, University of Puget Sound
   Steven R. Goldzwig, Marquette University
   Mark L. McPhail, Miami University
   Patricia Sullivan, State University of New York, New Paltz
   Michael G. Lacy, Monmouth University
Respondent: Aaron D. Gresson III, Penn State University
This panel addresses the conceptual and practical issues surrounding rhetorical race scholarship based on last year's
NCA panel, recovering the rhetorical scholarship of Aaron Gresson III. Members of the panel will explore, develop and
critique conceptual issues, such as (1) recovery rhetoric, (2) postmodernism, (3) essentialism, (4) white racism,
whiteness and blackness, as well as practical issues for communication race scholars, such as (1) biographies, (2)
mentoring and support, and (3) publication

50654    11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Commonwealth            Third Floor                Sheraton
                             TELLING STORIES: NARRATIVES AND IDEOLOGY
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Studies Division
Chair: Kevin A. Johnson, University of Texas, Austin
   "Error, Accident, or Unfortunate Consequence of Hooliganism? The Image Restoration Discourse of the Boston
      Police Department." Sarah Hagedorn, Purdue University
   "Heroes and Fools: The Work/career Narrative in 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' and 'Harry Potter and the
      Order of the Phoenix'." Teresa E. McAlpine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
   "Rhetoric and Journalism: The Case of the Jenin Massacre Myth." Ram Avrahami, Columbia University
Respondent: Kevin A. Johnson, University of Texas, Austin

50659     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Dalton A        Third Floor                       Sheraton
          UTILITARIAN ETHICS IN TEACHING, RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: Paula S. Tompkins, St. Cloud State University
   "Utilitarianism's Common Myths." Deni Elliott, University of South Florida
   "Personal Integrity in Utilitarianism's Thought Processes." Thomas Bivins, University of Oregon
   "Utilitarianism in Communication Ethics and Its Discontents." Clifford G. Christians, University of Illinois,
        Urbana-Champaign
Respondent: Pat J. Gehrke, University of South Carolina
Utilitarianism has dominated media ethics for a century. It is generally the ethical framework that shapes student
thinking and classroom discussion. Formal and informal utilitarian models are typically the basis of research projects
and debates over theory. Media practitioners in a democratic society are at home in it. The panel examines the status of
utilitarianism for communication ethics today and suggests directions for further work. It supports the conference
theme, "The Health of the Discipline."

50661     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Dalton B        Third Floor                       Sheraton
                                   DISCOURSES OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kristen E. Hoerl, University of Texas, Austin
   "The Mystical Child and the Industrious Adult: Discourses of Child Labor." Brian Amsden, Indiana University
   "Toward a Cultural Political Economy in Asian Contexts: Examining the Japanomania Tribe in Taiwan." Hsin-Yen
        Yang, University of Iowa
   "Taming the Tomboy: Discourses of Recuperation and Androgyny." Jamie Skerski, Indiana University
   "Women's Civic Campaign to Save Public Childcare in California." Amina Hassan, Ohio University

50662     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Exeter A        Third Floor                       Sheraton
        WE ARE WHAT WE EAT: DISCUSSION ON THE INTERSECTION OF FOOD STUDIES AND
                                   COMMUNICATION
Sponsor: Division on Communication and the Future
Chair: Gwendolyn Blue, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Panelists:
   Larry Knifer, University of Wyoming
   Tracey C. Mahoney, University of Wyoming
   Cindy Price, University of Wyoming
   Scott Gratson, Temple University
From popular media to higher education, food occupies a central place in American discourse. Food is also an emergent
topic of interest within Communication. This interdisciplinary panel will discuss the ways we communicate food.
Because food can provide innovative opportunities toward understanding the symbolically and materially complex
manner that we come together, this panel will address not only what Communication can offer Food Studies, but what
insights food can provide to our understanding of communication.

50664     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Exeter B        Third Floor                       Sheraton
      CONTESTING AMERICAN PUBLICS: MORALITY AND IRONY IN THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL
                                    ELECTION
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Chair: William E. Yousman, Suffolk University
   "The Ironic President: Pious Solidarity in Bush's Second Inaugural." Stephen Olbrys, University of Massachusetts,
       Amherst
   "Preaching to the Choir: 'Fahrenheit 9/11' and the 'Discourse of the Victim'." J. Scott Oberacker, University of
       Massachusetts, Amherst
   "Juvenal's Error Revisited: Ironic Resistance in The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." Viveca Greene, Hampshire
       College
   "From Campaign to Empire: The Waning Need for Moral Objectification in the Rhetoric of 'W'." Bryan M.
      Baldwin, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Respondent: William E. Yousman, Suffolk University

50665     11:00 am - 12:15 pm            Fairfax A       Third Floor                         Sheraton
 SO YOU WANT TO GIVE A SPEECH ABOUT JESUS PART II: POLITICS AND PEDAGOGY IN PUBLIC
                               SPEAKING EDUCATION
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Christian O. Lundberg, Northwestern University
Panelists:
   Walter Jost, University of Virginia
   William M. Keith, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
   Thomas M. Lessl, University of Georgia
   Christian O. Lundberg, Northwestern University
   Irving J. Rein, Northwestern University
   Keith Topper, Northwestern University
Respondent: John A. Campbell, University of Memphis
This panel addresses the politics of public speaking pedagogy. Focusing on religious speech in the basic course, the
panel poses these questions: Do instructors risk setting the bar for execution of religiously inspired content so high that
their standards become a de facto ban on religious speech? What political investments inform the regulation of
religious speech in the classroom? What is the proper forum for students to learn to balance civic and religious speech
acts?

50667     11:00 am - 12:15 pm            Fairfax B       Third Floor                         Sheraton
        BOWLING ONLINE: DOES INTERNET ACTIVISM PROMOTE HEALTHY COMMUNITIES?
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Michelle Rodino, University of Cincinnati
   "Advocacy Online: Usage of a Cancer Online Support Group." Tamar Ginossar, University of New Mexico
   "The Internet and the Health of the Civic Society in Egypt." Rasha A. Abdulla, American University, Cairo
   "The Community Construction in Cyberspace through Online Publications." Yingfan Zhang, Suffolk Community
       College
   "Constituents' Sense of Community Online." Amber Narro, University of Southern Mississippi
   "Animating Vernacular Voices: An Examination of the Internet as a Potential Public Sphere of Discourse." Linda
       Schifino, Duquesne University

50668     11:00 am - 12:15 pm            Gardner A       Third Floor                         Sheraton
 SYNTHETIC LENSES: TOWARD INTERDISCIPLINARITY BETWEEN COMMUNICATION AND ART
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Studies Division
Chair: Lynn M. Harter, Ohio University
   "Art as Communication: John Dewey's Naturalist Aesthetics." Nathan A. Crick, University of Pittsburgh
   "Communication and the Work of Art: Style in the Aesthetics of Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, and Gebser." Kevin C.
        Williams, Shepherd University
   "The Medium: Considering the Icon and the Body as Communicative Links." Pamela Rossi Keen, Ohio University
   "The Pas de Deux of Learning and Knowing: The Rhetoric of Mind and Body." Elizabeth Ruchti, Ohio University
Respondent: Robin P. Clair, Purdue University

50670     11:00 am - 12:15 pm            Gardner B           Third Floor                     Sheraton
        MEDIA CONSTRUCTIONS OF IMAGES OF ADOPTIVE FAMILIES AND ADOPTION ISSUES
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Beth Waggenspack, Virginia Tech University
   "Framing Adoption: An Inductive Analysis of Media Frames and Coverage of Adoption Issues in Broadcast
        News." Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University; Amanda I. Karel, Ohio State University; Karishma Chatterjee,
        Ohio State University
   "’Second-class Families’: The Media Portrayal of Adoption in America." Jennifer E. Struve, Howard University
   Creating a Family through Foster-adoption: Media Portrayal of the Foster Care System in the U.S. Kimberly
        Powell, Luther College
   "Engaged Audience: Watching Adopted Kids Watch Adoption Movies." Leanne Pupchek, Queens University of
        Charlotte
   "The Adoption Triad's Response to Fox's 'Who's Your Daddy': A Case Study in Adoption Activism." Beth
        Waggenspack, Virginia Tech University
Respondent: Kathleen M. Galvin, Northwestern University

50672     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Hampton A                Third Floor               Sheraton
                                           LESBIAN CONSTRUCTIONS
Sponsor: Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered Communication Studies Division
Chair: Christopher S. Roberts
   "Through the Femme, Returning to the Butch." Elizabeth A. Galewski, University of Wisconsin, Madison
   "'And if Loundja Didn't Have a Prince': Re/positioning Lesbian Subjectivities in Cyberspace." Naida Zukic,
        University of Minnesota
   "Lustvolles, Lesbisches Lebensgefühl." Bettina Heinz, University of North Dakota
Respondent: Kyra L. Pearson, Loyola Marymount University

50674     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Hampton B                Third Floor               Sheraton
            DEBATE BEYOND THE BALLOT: MAKING THE DEBATE EXPERIENCE COUNT
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Panelists:
   Andy Ellis, Marist University
   Frank P. Irizarry, University of Florida
   Stephen C. Koch, Capital University
   Edward Panetta, University of Georgia
Debate directors will discuss the importance of integrating the debate program and the debate experience into the
totality of the life of the student participant, the director/coach, the institution, the academy, the community and the
broader society. Participants will address issues of advocacy beyond the debate tournament, the role of the debate
program beyond competition and competitive success, the debate experience and family, and the debate team as public
participation.

50675     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Independence Ballroom E        Second Floor        Sheraton
        A HEALTHY COLLABORATION: LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL INTERACTION RESEARCH IN
                             ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXTS
Sponsors: Organizational Communication Division, Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Larry D. Browning, University of Texas, Austin
   "High-Tech Organizational Change in the Public Sector: Micropractices of Cultural Control in Competing Work
        Teams." Jeanne S. McPherson, University of South Alabama
   "The Health of Computer-mediated Collaboration: A Case Study of Virtual Team Interaction." Kris M. Markman,
        University of Texas, Austin
   "Initial Meetings with Cosmetic Surgery Patients: Organizational and Interactional Strategies for 'Closing the
        Deal'." Julien C. Mirivel, University of Colorado, Boulder
   "’Speaking to’ and ‘Speaking for’ Children: Collective Minding in a Childcare Setting." Siri E. Mehus, University
        of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Gail T. Fairhurst, University of Cincinnati

50677     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Jefferson          Third Floor                     Sheraton
                PUTTING INSTRUCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Kevin R. Meyer, Ohio University
   "Student Teachers and Their Interpersonal Relationships with their Students." Jennifer L. Walton, Bowling Green
        State University
   "Advisor-Advisee Communication Three: Organizational Communication Variables." Narissra M. Punyanunt-
        Carter, Texas Tech University; Jason S. Wrench, Ohio University, Eastern Campus
   "Communication Between Faculty and Students With and Without Learning Disabilities in Higher Education."
        Diane Honour, Lynn University
   "College Students' Ratings of Student Academic Support: Development of the Student Academic Support Scale."
        Blair C. Thompson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Respondent: Marian L. Houser, Texas State University, San Marcos

50678     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Kent               Third Floor                     Sheraton
                   QUALITATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON MEDIA PRODUCTION ANALYSIS
Sponsors: Ethnography Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: John L. Sullivan, Muhlenberg College
   "Studying Media Elites: A Methodological Review." John L. Sullivan, Muhlenberg College
   "Meet the Amateur Professionals: Hybrid Roles in Production Studies Methodologies." Vicki Mayer, Tulane
       University
   "Producing Telenovelas as Culture and the Culture of Producing Telenovelas." Carolina Acosta-Alzuru, University
       of Georgia
   "Toys and Grrrls: Merchandising Television's Action Heroine." Miranda Banks, University of California, Los
       Angeles

50679     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Liberty A    Second Floor                         Sheraton
        FACULTY CULTURE SHOCK: ADJUSTING TO A NEW COLLEGE AND DIVERSE STUDENT
                                    POPULATIONS
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chairs: William D. Price, Georgia Perimeter College, Dunwoody, Angela L. Putman, South Texas College
Panelists:
   Stephen B. Thompson, South Texas College
   Alycia M. Ehlert, Darton College
   Timothy N. Cochran, Holyoke Community College
   Jodeen D. Ducharme, Georgia Perimeter College, Dunwoody
   Mark A. Smeltzer, Century College
   Julie B. Mitchell, Kent State University
Culture shock! How do faculty members navigate when accepting a position where student demographics are different
from their backgrounds and educational experience? Do we practice what we preach? Panelists will discuss their
experiences when accepting a position, relocating and adjusting to a new student population at community colleges.
The trials and tribulations of teaching to a diverse student body will be discussed. Additionally, what we learned from
this experience and practical suggestions will be offered.

50681     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Liberty C    Second Floor                         Sheraton
  THE HEALTH OF THE CURRICULUM: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR STUDENT'S LIVES AND
                                   BEYOND
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Christopher O. Lynch, Kean University
   "The Basic Course...There's a Deeper Message: Moving Beyond and Breaking out of Linear Models." Gay
        Lumsden, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
   Public Speaking: Moving Beyond Mere Eloquition to Civic Engagement... Are We There Yet? Kermit P. Moore,
        Villanova University
   Persuasion: Is Communication Manipulative or Transformative? Christopher O. Lynch, Kean University
   "Group Communication: Healing a Broken World, Community, Workplace and Relationships." Donald L.
        Lumsden, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
   Health Communication: How Do you Talk to an Aging Population at a Time of Decreasing Health Benefits? Eileen
        M. Berens, Villanova University
   "Intercultural Communication: Looking at Old Stereotypes; Creating New Visions and Communities." Anita K.
        Foeman, West Chester University
   "Interpersonal Communication: Not Just Warm and Fuzzy, but Reaching Out to the Other." Janet L. Yedes, Kean
        University
   "Research: Not Just Stuffy Libraries and Isolated Long Weekends; Theoretical Meets Praxis." Teresa A. Nance,
        Villanova University
   "Senior Seminar: Tying Up Loose Ends and Moving Students to Civic Engagement and Life-long Learning." Jack
        E. Sargent, Kean University

50682     11:00 am - 12:15 pm           Republic Ballroom A      Second Floor             Sheraton
        DISCURSIVE PRACTICES INVOLVING EVENTS AND PLACES: COMPETITIVE PAPERS IN
                           LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL INTERACTION
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Robert Swieringa, Albion College
   "The View from the Mountain: Verbal Depictions, Social Drama and Cultural Discourses of Place." Eric L.
        Morgan, New Mexico State University
   "Amherst Town Meeting and the Nigeria Resolution: 'Speaking to the Issue' in a Local Government for Global
        Change." Rebecca M. Townsend, University of Hartford
   "Discursive Practices in Talking Problems During a School-Family Meeting." Richard Buttny, Syracuse University;
        Sandy E. Kellogg, Syracuse University
   "Ineffective Use of Informal Communication Activities: The Collapse of NASA's Decision-making during the
       Columbia Shuttle Disaster." Faye Gothard Mangrum, Southeastern Oklahoma State University; D Lawrence
       Wieder, University of Oklahoma
Respondent: Lisa M. Coutu, University of Washington

				
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