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41.

Campaign '88 [electronic resource]: Speeches From the Conventions

This first episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 1988 Democratic and Republican National Conventions by Democrats Ann Richards, Edward Kennedy, John Glenn, Lloyd Bentsen, and Michael Dukakis; and Republicans Bob Dole, Gerald Ford, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Dan Quayle, and George Bush.
Online
2005
42.

Classic Presidential Campaigns - Unusual Election Campaigns [electronic resource]: Jefferson/Adams, Lincoln/Douglas, and Roosevelt/Taft/Wilson

This first volume of the Classic Presidential Campaigns Series focuses on unusual election campaigns, including those of Jefferson/Adams (1800), when Burr challenged the results; Lincoln Douglas (1860); Hayes/Tilden (1876), decided by vote in the House of Representatives; and Roosevelt/Taft/Wilson (1910).
Online
2000
43.

Classic Presidential Campaigns - Firsts in Election History [electronic resource]: Jackson Adams, Harrison/van Buren, Buchanan/Fremont, and McKinley/Bryan

This second volume of the Classic Presidential Campaigns Series focuses on firsts in election history, including first populist president Jackson Adams (1828); first use of campaign tactics to excite voters - by Harrison/Van Buren (1840); first Democratic vs. Republican contest - with Buchanan/Fremont (1856); and first "common man" vs. "privileged class" candidates - with McKinley/Bryan (1896).
Online
2005
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Foundations of Communication [electronic resource]: Discussion

This first part of the classic Foundations of Communication Series involves a discussion of the communication discipline with scholars Lois Self, former chair of the Department of Communication at Northern Illinois University; Caroll C. Arnold, former professor emeritus of Pennsylvania State University; James McBath, former chairman of communication arts and sciences at University of Southern California; Nicolas Cripe, formerly of Butler University; Kathleen Galvin, former associate dean of the School of Communication at Northwestern University; and W. Charles Redding, credited as being the "father of organizational development.
Online
2006
45.

W. Charles Redding [electronic resource]: Foundations of Communication

In this seventh episode of Foundations of Communication Series, W. Charles Redding - who in the 1950s was among the first to develop organizational communication into a field of study at the university level - presents Organizational Communication.
Online
2006
46.

Stephen Lucas [electronic resource]: Foundations of Communication

In this ninth episode of Foundations of Communication Series, Stephen Lucas, of the University of Wisconsin, considers the American Public Address.
Online
2006
47.

William Jurma [electronic resource]: Foundations of Communication

In this tenth episode of Foundations of Communication Series, William Jurma, of the University of Nebraska, speaks on The Importance and Technique of Discussion. (18 minutes)
Online
2006
48.

Great Speeches [electronic resource]: Today's Women, Volume 5

In this program, we see Condoleezza Rice's Michigan State University commencement address; Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech honoring the 300th anniversary of the founding of Yale University; Teresa Heinz Kerry's "I Have Something to Say" speech; Elisabeth Hasselbeck's 2004 RNC address on breast cancer awareness; and Haleema Salie's "9/11" speech.
Online
2005
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Modern Presidential Campaigns [electronic resource]: The Modern Era Begins (1924 - 44)

This first volume - "The Modern Era Begins" (1924 - 44) - covers each campaign from the Harding-Cox battle and the elections of Coolidge and Hoover to the wit and rhetoric of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his unprecedented four election victories.
Online
2010
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Modern Presidential Campaigns [electronic resource]: The Beginning of a New Century (1996-2004)

This fifth volume - "The Beginning of a New Century" (1996 - 2004) - covers Bill Clinton's defeat of Bob Dole in 1996 and George W. Bush's controversial victory over Al Gore in 2000 and defeat of John Kerry in 2004.
Online
2005
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Communication or Frustration [electronic resource]: Men and Women in Dialogue

This video presents a fascinating examination of conflicts between genders and how to resolve them. Viewers will see how communication is affected by differing rationales, characteristics, and themes. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2005
52.

Overcoming Barriers to Intercultural Communication [electronic resource]

This video focuses on ways to break down the barriers and increase communication in the global community. Barriers examined include ethnocentrism, anxiety, and prejudices. Lecture-launching, discussion-provoking, and ideal for in-class showing.
Online
2005
53.

The Golden Age of American Oratory [electronic resource]

Richard Katula's documentary brings the era of the lyceum and chautauqua to life with expert commentary, dramatic readings, still photos, and rare action footage. Featuring Susan B. Anthony, Mark Twain, William Jennings Bryan, and other historical figures.
Online
2005
54.

Great Speeches, Volume 27 [electronic resource]: John F. Kennedy, Neil Armstrong, Michelle Obama, Marco Rubio, and David McCullough Jr.

This volume features five memorable speeches: John F. Kennedy's "Man Will Be on the Moon" speech; Neil Armstrong's speech on the occasion of NASA's 50th anniversary; Michelle Obama's "Why I Love Barack" speech; Marco Rubio's "Our Dreams Can Come True" speech; and David McCullough Jr.'s "You're Not Special" speech.
Online
2012
55.

Campaign '12 [electronic resource]: Speeches From the Conventions

This seventh episode of The Campaign Series features key speeches from the 2012 Democratic National Convention by Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, Julian Castro, John Kerry, and John Lewis and from the 2012 Republican National Convention by Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, Condoleeza Rice, Rick Santorum, and Clint Eastwood.
Online
2012
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Great Speeches: Volume 28 Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, and Franklin D. Roosevelt

This program presents six speeches: Nelson Mandela's 1990 "Release from Prison," Barack Obama's eulogy of Nelson Mandela, Hillary Clinton's "Women's Rights are Human Rights," Rand Paul's "Let Us All Stand Together," Sarah Palin's 2014 CPAC keynote address, and Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Second Bill of Rights.
Online
2016; 2014
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Great Speeches: Volume 29 Barack Obama, Emma Watson, Michelle Obama, Joe Biden, and Jeb Bush

This program presents six speeches: Barack Obama's eulogy at Charleston, Emma Watson's address at the United Nation, Michelle Obama's Tuskegee Commencement, Joe Biden's eulogy of Rafael Ramos, and Jeb Bush's address to the NRA.
Online
2016
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Modern Presidential Campaigns

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A look at presidential campaigns from 1920 to 1988.
VHS
1990
Ivy (By Request)