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21.

Gender Communication [electronic resource]

Linda Edington, lecturer and consultant on gender studies, discusses key terms, the impact of language, parental expectations, and more. This video is highly recommended for introductory courses in gender studies and speech communication. (45 minutes)
Online
2006
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Gender War/Gender Peace [electronic resource]

This program focuses on the communication problems that prevent us from understanding the opposite gender. In addition to dynamic presentations of research, the video features interviews with gender communication authors Aaron Kipnis and Elizabeth Heron, as well as college students sharing their frustrations. Highly recommended for introductory courses in communication and gender studies.
Online
2005
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Great Moments From Great Speeches [electronic resource]

This narrative presentation of the greatest rhetorical moments of the 20th century introduces students to key history makers, including: Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Adolf Hitler, Martin Luther King Jr., Colin Powell, Winston Churchill, Richard Nixon, Hillary Clinton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Harry S. Truman, Geraldine Ferraro, Nelson Mandela, Douglas MacArthur, Jesse Jackson, and Christopher Reeve.
Online
2004
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Great Speeches [electronic resource]: The Candidates' Wives

Barbara Bush electrified the 1992 Republican National Convention by being the first wife of a candidate to speak on behalf of her husband at the convention since Eleanor Roosevelt - and on prime-time television. Since then, speeches by the candidates' wives have become an expected part of a national campaign. Starting with Barbara Bush's 1992 RNC address, this program highlights many such key speeches, including: Elizabeth Dole's 1996 RNC address; Tipper Gore's 1996 and 2000 DNC addresses; Hillary Clinton's 1996 campaign speech and 2000 DNC address; and Laura Bush's 2000 RNC address.
Online
2004
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Great Speeches [electronic resource]: The Presidents

Original - and often rare - audio and video footage brings these American leaders into your classroom: Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
Online
2009
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Great Speeches Volume 2 [electronic resource]: Today's Women, Margaret Thatcher, Mary Fisher, Tipper Gore, Heather Lamm, and Elizabeth Dole

This video features Margaret Thatcher's call for Atlantic union in marking the 50th anniversary of Churchill's famous "Iron Curtain" speech; Mary Fisher's discussion of AIDS; Tipper Gore's speech on women in America; Heather Lamm's "Generation X Look at the Future"; and Elizabeth Dole's chronicles of her husband's life.
Online
2004
27.

James McBath [electronic resource]

In this sixth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, James McBath, former chairman of communication arts and sciences at University of Southern California, delivers a Study of Historic Speeches.
Online
2006
28.

Kathleen Galvin [electronic resource]

In this fourth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, Kathleen Galvin, former associate dean of the School of Communication at Northwestern University, considers Family Communication.
Online
2006
29.

Lois Self [electronic resource]

In this eighth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, Lois Self, former chair of the Department of Communication at Northern Illinois University, explores Gender Communication.
Online
2006
30.

Modern Presidential Campaigns Volume 2 [electronic resource]: From Train to Television (1948 - 60)

This second volume - "From Train to Television" (1948 - 60) - covers the Whistlestop campaign of Harry S. Truman and the Eisenhower years to Kennedy defeating Nixon.
Online
2010
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Modern Presidential Campaigns Volume 4 [electronic resource]: Packaging the Candidates, Images & Sound Bites (1980 - 92)

This fourth volume - "Packaging the Candidates: Images & Sound Bites" (1980 - 92) - moves from Ronald Reagan's successful media campaigns to Clinton's use of the "change" issue to overcome the Bush advantage of incumbency.
Online
2010
32.

Nicolas Cripe [electronic resource]

In this third episode of Foundations of Communication Discussion, Nicolas Cripe, formerly of Butler University, presents Debate: The Crumbling Foundation.
Online
2006
33.

Organizing a Speech [electronic resource]

This video stresses the importance of good organization, detailing the five organizational patterns, which are topical, spatial, chronological, cause-effect, and problem/solution organization. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2004
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Student Speeches for Analysis: Volume 1 [electronic resource]

By observing and analyzing some of the best and worst speech techniques, students are encouraged to examine their own speeches more critically. A supplement to any speech textbook, this first volume examines introductions plus informative and persuasive speeches.
Online
2005
35.

Student Speeches for Analysis: Volume 2 [electronic resource]

By observing and analyzing some of the best and worst speech techniques, students are encouraged to examine their own speeches more critically. A supplement to any speech textbook, this second volume explores a variety of interesting speech-related topics and speech techniques.
Online
2005
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Student Speeches for Analysis: Volume 3 [electronic resource]

By observing and analyzing some of the best and worst speech techniques, students are encouraged to examine their own speeches more critically. A supplement to any speech textbook, this third volume considers speeches ranging from outstanding to very weak.
Online
2005
37.

Using Language Skillfully [electronic resource]

This video examines the habits and devices that could mar the message. Topics to ensure clear and effective delivery include empowering one's listeners, increasing one's confidence, and improving one's self-image. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2004
38.

Using Logic and Reasoning [electronic resource]

This video reviews the four basic types of reasoning - deductive, inductive, causal, and analogical - and how to employ them. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2005
39.

William Wiethoff [electronic resource]

In this fifth episode of - Foundations of Communication Series, William Wiethoff, of Indiana University Bloomington, elaborates on Writing the Speech.
Online
2006
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Words of War [electronic resource]

Words of War is an original examination of how presidents rhetorically move a nation to war. Topics explored include provocation: "The deeds of our enemy are evil"; justification: "War is in our national interests"; lamentation: "We hate war"; and inspiration: "We will win!" Illuminating and discussion-provoking.
Online
2004