Communication Studies Publications & Research



This sub-community houses the papers, scholarship and creative works produced by the CSUN Department of Communication Studies' faculty. Faculty are given individual collections to showcase their work.


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Collections within Communication Studies Publications & Research

  • Alumni newsletter of the Department of Communication Studies
  • Collection of scholarship submitted by Dr. Bernardo Attias, Department of Communication Studies
  • Collection of scholarship submitted by Dr. Sakile Camara

Recent Submissions

  • Attias, Bernardo Alexander (Routledge, 2016)
    Musicians, journalists and academics often hold up the Velvet Underground as the paragon of authenticity in rock music, and the band indeed portrayed itself this way from the outset. While much ink has been spilled explaining ...
  • Jackson, Ronald L. II; Camara, Sakile Kai (Association for the Study of African American Life and History, 2010)
    Feminist film critics maintain that the dominant look in cinema is, historically, a gendered gaze. More precisely, this viewpoint argues that the dominant visual and narrative conventions of filmmaking generally fix "women ...
  • Camara, Sakile Kai (National Association of Human Rights Workers, 2005)
    This study thus seeks to remedy a tendency in a century's worth of academic description and analysis of the black press in the United States to place little or no emphasis on black newspaper coverage of foreign issues . ...
  • Camara, Sakile Kai (National Association of Human Rights Workers, 2002)
    Understanding how ideological racist message compositions influence uncertainty reduction is a challenging process, but no more challenging than investigations on cognitive, behavioral, and relational uncertainty that are ...
  • Attias, Bernardo Alexander (York University Publishing Services, 2004)
    This essay is an attempt to understand the discursive apparatus surrounding sexual consent in the broader context of the history of the Anglo-American juridico-legal repression of sexuality. The goal of this essay is to ...