Daily Archives: June 8, 2021

Fordy University Is In Session!

The Uses & Gratifications Of Fordy University (6-7-21) https://t.co/slH2ht3J9o — (((Luke Ford))) (@lukeford) June 8, 2021 00:00 Lack of Character: Personality and Moral Behavior, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=139670 09:00 Open up the lower back and the mind will follow 21:00 An Interview with … Continue reading

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A Uses and Gratifications Study of Contemporary Christian Radio Web Sites

Josh Bentley writes in 2012: * Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) is a style of music that arose out of the Jesus Movement in the 1970s (Lochte, 2007; Woods, 1999). Musically, it has become very similar to mainstream adult contemporary or … Continue reading

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Representations of reliability: The rhetoric of political flip-flopping

I just encountered a communications academic who’s consistently clear and fun to read — Joshua M. Bentley. His latest paper: “This study used a qualitative analysis of political flip-flops (N = 141) to create a typology of rhetorical strategies for … Continue reading

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