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A content analysis of Kickstarter: The influence of framing and reward motivations on campaign success
The brotherhood will not protect you : mapping (dis)empowering communication in military sexual trauma narratives
Acute relational stress and willingness to help: The influence of stress on pro-social outcomes
(R)evolution of self: An ethnographic investigation into the stratums of inspiration in the rhythms of yoga and music
A mechanical trap above a theatrical lift
The effects of computer-mediated communication on friendship development and relationship maintenance behaviors
Effectiveness of commercials with same-sex affection
Hashtags, tweets and movie receipts : social media analytics in predicting box office hits
Assembly bill 109: the implementation of a new policy
The 1991 Tailhook scandal: A narrative analysis of military, media and survivor accounts of military sexual assault
Exacerbating anxiety: Podcasts, publicness, and the problem of the dirtbag left
Framing coast guard press releases: Examining the pr practitioner--Journalist relationship and multimedia applications
Emerging professional women's experiences navigating social media surveillance and sex positivity
Changing the script : social scripts as featured on Fresh Off the Boat
Moments of (in)visibility : the negotiation of disclosure and concealment for queer women in daily life
Getting past the past: Psychological therapy as a means of coping with past interparental conflict
The intersectionality perspective and mass incarceration
“No one is close to me, and no one ever will be”: An autoethnographic study of familial silence surround depression and sexuality
A manifesto for neoliberal ideology in the workplace: An intersectional analysis of Sandberg’s Lean In
Connecting audience motivations and public relations effectiveness of an organization working with the entertainment industry