Jansen B. Werner
Jansen B. Werner
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Building a “Dwelling Place” for Justice: Ethos Reinvention in Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Where Do We Go from Here?”
JB Werner
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 20 (1), 109-132, 2017
Black America's Double War: Ralph Ellison and "Critical Participation" during World War II
JB Werner
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 18 (3), 441-469, 2015
Forensic Rhetoric and Racial Justice: Rhetorical Advocacy in the Reason Why the Colored American Is Not in the World’s Columbian Exposition
LJ Harris, JB Werner
Communication Studies 72 (4), 618-633, 2021
Viewpoints on Media Effects: Pseudo-reality and Its Influence on Media Consumers
AW Cole, MR Hill, RL Holbert, KS Kurtin, BC Overton, JH Overton, ...
Lexington Books, 2017
Two Strivings: Uplift and Identity in African American Rhetorical Culture, 1900-1943
JB Werner
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2016
The Art of Adjustment: Ralph Ellison’s Pragmatist Critique of Irving Howe
JB Werner
Recovering Overlooked Pragmatists in Communication: Extending the Living …, 2019
Prescribing Action or Complacency
AW Cole, TA Salek, JB Werner
Viewpoints on Media Effects: Pseudo-reality and Its Influence on Media …, 2017
Rhetorical Theory
JB Werner, D and Cronn-Mills
Understanding Communication Theory: A Beginner's Guide, 262-287, 2016
"A Land of Make Believe that Don’t Believe in Me": Dissent by Incongruity in Green Day’s "Jesus of Suburbia"
JB Werner
Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal 38 (1), 5, 2015
Not of the World: The Jehovah’s Witnesses and "Saluting a Flag"
JP Dimock, D Cronn-Mills, JB and Werner
Religion and Communication: An Anthology of Extensions in Theory, Research …, 2012
Negotiating the Ideological Boundaries of “The Four Freedoms”: An Analysis of African American Rhetoric from World War II
JB Werner
Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2012
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