Diana B. Carlin
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Year
Handbook of political communication research
LL Kaid
Routledge, 2004
4932004
Have you come a long way, baby? Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, and sexism in 2008 campaign coverage
DB Carlin, KL Winfrey
Communication Studies 60 (4), 326-343, 2009
3832009
Political campaign debates
MS McKinney, DB Carlin
Handbook of political communication research, 203-234, 2004
2432004
The 1992 presidential debates in focus
DB Carlin, MS McKinney
Praeger Publishers, 1994
931994
The influence of format and questions on candidates' strategic argument choices in the 2000 presidential debates
DB Carlin, E Morris, S Smith
American Behavioral Scientist 44 (12), 2196-2218, 2001
702001
Presidential debates as focal points for campaign arguments
DP Carlin
Taylor & Francis Group 9 (4), 251-265, 1992
681992
The effects of presidential debate formats on clash: A comparative analysis
DP Carlin, C Howard, S Stanfield, L Reynolds
Argumentation and Advocacy 27 (3), 126-136, 1991
471991
A rationale for a focus group study
DP Carlin
The, 3-19, 1992
421992
White paper on televised political campaign debates
Racine Group
Argumentation and Advocacy 38 (4), 199-218, 2002
372002
Adjustment issues
NW Evans, DB Carlin, JD Potts
International students: Strengthening a critical resource, 25-42, 2009
312009
Will the “real” candidates for president and vice president please stand up? 2008 pre-and post-debate viewer perceptions of candidate image
BR Warner, DB Carlin, K Winfrey, J Schnoebelen, M Trosanovski
American Behavioral Scientist 55 (3), 232-252, 2011
302011
Applications. Communication
J Payne
Perfection learning, 2001
30*2001
Egocentric argument and the public sphere: Citizen deliberations on public policy and policymakers
DG Levasseur, DB Carlin
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 4 (3), 407-431, 2001
302001
Toward a theory of vice presidential debate purposes: An analysis of the 1992 vice presidential debate
DB Carlin, PJ Bicak
Argumentation and Advocacy 30 (2), 119-130, 1993
291993
A defense of the “debate” in presidential debates
DP Carlin
The Journal of the American Forensic Association 25 (4), 208-213, 1989
291989
The post-9/11 public sphere: Citizen talk about the 2004 presidential debates
DB Carlin, D Schill, DG Levasseur, AS King
Rhetoric and Public Affairs, 617-638, 2005
282005
The rap on violence: A rhetorical analysis of rapper KRS‐One
H Aldridge, DB Carlin
Communication Studies 44 (2), 102-116, 1993
281993
Public speaking today!
DB Carlin, J Payne, VH Myers
National Textbook Company, 1989
261989
Watching the debates: A guide for viewers
DB Carlin
Televised election debates, 157-177, 2000
252000
Cracked But Not Shattered: Hillary Rodham Clinton's Unsuccessful Campaign for the Presidency
LC Bell, MC Banwart, DB Carlin, JL Conners, C Davis
Lexington Books, 2009
222009
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