Attias, Bernardo Alexander


Bernardo Attias

Bernardo Attias, Professor of Communication Studies

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Department of Communication Studies
California State University,
18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330
Phone: 818-677-2876

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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Attias, Bernardo Alexander (American Communication Association, 2003)
    Mady Schutzman and Heather Raikes offer works that operate at the interstices of textual performance and scholarship. These exhibits explore various possibilities of cyberspace and hypertext for scholarly communication. The ...
  • Attias, Bernardo Alexander (National Communication Association, 2005)
    This project is an inquiry into the rhetorical nature and dimension of warfare in the twenty-first century. It is my contention that U.S. public policy responses to terrorism that have emerged since September 11th have ...
  • Attias, Bernardo Alexander (State University of New York Press, 2004)
    On October 18, 2000, the richest man in the world addressed an audience of Silicon Valley's technological elite at the "Creating Digital Dividends" conference. The conference, according to its press release, was "aimed at ...