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"You can fool some of the people some of the time": perspective by incongruity in Ballyhoo magazine, 1931-1932 (2015-01-21)This study analyzes two years of images from Ballyhoo magazine (1931-1932) as a form of visual rhetoric. I analyze the visual rhetoric of Ballyhoo to illustrate how it treated three important issues of 1930s America. ...
You Don't Have to Get Hit to Get Hurt: Social Aggression on Television and Its Relationship to Children's Aggression in the Classroom (2008)The purpose of the present dissertation was to examine the amount and nature of social aggression in programs popular with children and to assess whether exposure to socially aggressive content was related to similar ...