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The Legacy of Barbara Jordan [electronic resource]

This program is a memorable look at the rhetoric of legendary orator Barbara Jordan. Included in their entirety are her 1974 statement on impeachment, 1976 DNC keynote address, 1988 VP nomination, and 1992 DNC keynote address. These speeches along with biographical narration and comments from her memorial service make this a valuable resource for any classroom.
Online
2005
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The Rhetorical Highlights From the Impeachment of Bill Clinton [electronic resource]

This program focuses on memorable speeches from the rare political event of the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton. Informative and discussion-provoking.
Online
2005
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Gender and Conflict Management [electronic resource]

It is well established that gender is a significant factor in the perception and communication that influence interpersonal relationships - and that conflict is inevitable in human interactions. This program reviews how conflict-management styles differ for women and men in professional settings. It also offers suggestions for positive responses given those gender differences. Understanding these differences and incorporating the suggested responses will give students the tools to resolve conflict in any business or other professional setting.
Online
2008
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Great Speeches: Volume 5 Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ronald Reagan, and Robert F. Kennedy [electronic resource]

This video features five landmark speeches: Franklin D. Roosevelt's first inaugural address; Franklin D. Roosevelt's declaration of war; Lyndon B. Johnson's 1965 Voting Rights Act speech; Ronald Reagan's tribute to the Challenger astronauts; and Robert F. Kennedy's eulogy for Martin Luther King Jr.
Online
2005
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Campaign '04 [electronic resource]

This fifth episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 2004 Democratic National Convention by Bill Clinton, Howard Dean, Al Sharpton, Ronald Reagan, John Edwards, Max Cleland, and John Kerry; and from the 2004 Republican National Convention by Ron Silver, John McCain, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rudy Giuliani, Dick Cheney, and George W. Bush, as well as Democrat Zell Miller.
Online
2005
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Campaign '08 [electronic resource]

This sixth episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 2008 Democratic National Convention by Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Mark Warner, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Jesse Jackson Jr., and John Kerry; and from the 2008 Republican National Convention by Jim Leach, John McCain, Sarah Palin, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Norm Coleman, George W. Bush, and Tom Ridge, as well as Democrat Joe Lieberman.
Online
2008
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Campaign '92 [electronic resource]

This second episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 1992 Democratic and Republican National Conventions by Democrats Zell Miller, Barbara Jordan, Mario Cuomo, Al Gore, and Bill Clinton; and Republicans Ronald Reagan, Pat Buchanan, Jack Kemp, Dan Quayle, and George Bush.
Online
2005
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Campaign '96 [electronic resource]

This third episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 1996 Democratic and Republican National Conventions by Democrats Jesse Jackson, Hillary Clinton, Edward Kennedy, Al Gore, and Bill Clinton; and Republicans Gerald Ford, Kay Hutchison, Susan Molinari, Jack Kemp, and Bob Dole.
Online
2005
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Carroll C. Arnold [electronic resource]

In this second episode of the Foundations of Communication Series, Carroll C. Arnold, former professor emeritus at Pennsylvania State University, examines Classical Rhetorical Theory.
Online
2006
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Ceremonial Speaking [electronic resource]

This program provides helpful models of commencement, eulogy, and commemorative speeches. Useful for the beginning or experienced speaker.
Online
2005
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Communicating in India [electronic resource]

India is now a major player in the economic market. This video answers some of the important questions that arise as we seek to develop ties there. Among those addressed are: What are the advantages of understanding our Indian neighbors? What role does religion play in communication within India? Are the issues of equality or inequality to be observed? What aspects of protocol are important? What are the common business practices? The presenter is Dr. Jessica Stowell, coordinator of the University of Oklahoma's Institute for Teaching East Asia and associate director of the Confucius Institute.
Online
2012
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Communicating in Latin America [electronic resource]

This program considers the Latin American market, exploring the important approaches and skills necessary to establish business relationships in our neighboring region to the south - while also examining variations in approach and culture within the Latin American world. The presenter is Rodger Randle, professor of human relations at the University of Oklahoma and director of the Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture.
Online
2008
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Communicating With the Chinese [electronic resource]

In today's world, economic and financial factors dictate the need to communicate with our international counterparts. With the enormous growth of its economy and its increasing business and diplomatic connections with the United States, China commands primary consideration in the 21st century. However, our ability to communicate with this emerging economic power is hampered by our divergent cultures and distinctly different views on the role of communication. Dr. Jessica Stowell, coordinator of the University of Oklahoma's Institute for Teaching East Asia and associate director of the Confucius Institute, explains the Chinese concept and use of communication - and identifies the approach and skills needed to communicate in this international arena.
Online
2007
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Delivery Techniques [electronic resource]

This video presents a helpful step-by-step outline of techniques for delivering a successful speech. Topics include getting and keeping attention, vocal emphasis, types of gestures, and using notes. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2005
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Developing Listening Skills [electronic resource]

This video allows viewers to improve listening ability and capitalize on the benefits of better listening skills. Topics include both the causes and the costs of poor listening habits; an exploration of appreciative, emphatic, comprehensive, and critical listening; and specific suggestions to improve listening. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2005
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Dynamic Business Presentations [electronic resource]

This video examines the most important communication skills in the business setting. Topics include preparing a dynamic presentation, knowing your audience, creating visuals, and answering questions. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2004
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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