CRS 333: Small Group Communication
Monday & Wednesday, 2:15 p.m. 3:35 p.m.
131 Sims Hall
Office: 141A Sims Hall, Email: [email protected]
Office hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:45 p.m. 2:15 p.m., or by appointment
CRS 287 Exam #1 (Midterm) Study Guide
Exam # 1 will be taken during class on Thursday 3/9/2017 and is worth 100 points.
You will have the entire class period to complete the exam.
It will cover materials discussed in Chapters 1-10 of t
28 February 2017
Discourse Analysis Article Review
The article Interactional Trouble in Emergency Service Requests: A Problem of Frames written by
Karen Tracy and published in the year of 2010 focuses on the interactional trouble occurred in emerge
This assignment has four parts.
How do you think we ought to define terrorism? What are the necessary elements?
Consider the following:
Terrorism is an act of violence acted upon from someone outside the stat
Working Outline Template
Title: Support your brothers and sisters, cause we are all in this
Speaker: Jenefer Rojas
Specific Purpose (guiding questions):
A. Attention-getter: Solitary feelings there's nothing near me
February 22, 2017
CRS 287: Mini ethnography report
A night at Chuck E. Cheeses
During my childhood, Chuck E. Cheeses was the place where all the cool kids had their
birthday parties, I would run around with my brother and friends gambling to
February 27, 2017
CRS 287: Article Review #2
In the article, Interactional trouble in emergency services requests: a problem of
frames, by Karen Tracey, examines the communication between police department call takers,
and callers. The relat
September 25, 2016
Sustainability. (n.d.). Retrieved September 25, 2016, from
In this website, there is information about the implementations that are being taken
CRS 334: Into to argumentation
1. Do you agree or disagree that the Court that the warrantless search of the contents
of Rileys phone was constitutional?
After the courts ruling, I do not agree that the warrantless search was
WRT 307: Spring 2017
February 19, 2017
Chapter 19: creating communications with a team
1. Encouraging discussion, debate, and diversity is super important when approaching
different projects, because team members should be able to pitch any
Professor Jeffery Good
CRS 287: Research proposal
January 25, 2017
Communication between the President and the American People
As tensions, arise in our nation, due to the polarizing election between democrats and
Republicans, there has been
WRT 307: Professional writing
February 15, 2017
Chapter 26: Writing reader- centered feasibility reports
The feasibility report has two features that are helpful in getting a report done and the two
features include, 1. Asking the correct qu
Practice Journal# 8
Practice Journal WEEK: 8 for (dates): 10/19/11 10/24/11
Talking Points on Behalf of the Respondent
1. Introduction Statement
a. My purpose here today is to use the facts of the case to lead the jury to the
rightful conclusion of three things:
The advertising space on M
Mayor Buck Merry Weather, The City of Magnolia Hills; and The Magnolia Hills
Final Judicial Decision by Honorable Judge Merlin Valdez
After examining the facts of this case and the arguments put forth by both parties I am
Communicating with Civility in Mind
According to P.M Forni civility is a complicated trait that includes a way of courteous
social behavior combining different positive characteristics of social interaction such as respe
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
NATIONAL FREEDOM DEFENSE INITIATIVE et aI.,
-vMETROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Merlin Valdez, Attorney for the Respondent
TABLE OF CONTENTS
In Class Midterm Review
1. NEAR v. MINNESOTA, 283 U.S. 697 (Plaintiff)
The year the case was decided
A description of the facts of the case
A Minnesota court convicted the editors of the
Saturday press of political defamation an
CRS 181: Concepts & Perspectives in Communication Studies
Final Examination Review
The study of persuasion and attitude change has long been a staple of communication.
However, the social science approach is relatively new growing out of the study of
Case Brief #13: New York Times Co. V. Sullivan
The title of the case (names of appellant and appellee).
New York Times Co. V. Sullivan
The year the case was decided.
What are the relevant facts of the case?
Breaking the Theory: Uncertainty Reduction
1. How does this theory describe the phenomena it purports to explain?
What are the key descriptive terms? Using the theory, how would you describe the
Take Home Midterm: Arguments For and Against the City Tile Painting Guidelines
Plaintiffs 1st Amendment Arguments
NEAR v. MINNESOTA, 283 U.S. 697
a. In accordance to NEAR, the guidelines enforced by the city of Sp
Case Brief #14: Reno V. ACLU
1. The title of the case (names of appellant and appellee).
a. Reno V. ACLU
2. The year the case was decided.
3. What are the relevant facts of the case?
a. The Communications Dec
Mediated Topic Proposal
Undocumented Immigrants and Higher Education
Since the regulation of undocumented students there has always been an issue when talking
about the access for those students into higher education. Historically, one of the
Group Project Proposal
October 6th, 2015
Johnnys Angels will be working with Alpha Kappa Psi, one of the Professional
Business Fraternities on campus. Alpha Kappa Psi was founded on October 5
1904 at New York University and is the largest
Making the Case
There is no such thing as
a social problem, until
enough people, with
enough power in the
society, agree that there is.
Social problems are
produced by public
opinion, not by particular
PROJECT 4: HYBRID
PROJECT 4: HYBRID TEXT
1. My hybrid text clearly answers the question, "Why this now?" for my target audience. (In
other words, I'm not the only person who understands the urgency underlying my
2. I kno