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Engaging dance audiences through irony?
by Glabe, Heather, M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 89 pages; 1523271.
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Creators, Audiences, and New Media: Creativity in an Interactive Environment
by Bell, Isaac, M.A.  University of Kansas. 2014: 89 pages; 1568906.
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Acting Alone: Solo Female Performers, Their American Audiences, and Embodiment
by Boyle, Jamie Libby, Ph.D.  University of South Carolina. 2012: 210 pages; 3523089.
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Parasocial Relationship: An Analysis of Li Ziqi and Her Audiences
by Wang, Tianyi, M.S.  Middle Tennessee State University. 2020: 66 pages; 27836171.
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Movie audiences, modernity, and urban identities in Cali, Colombia, 1945-1980
by Arias Osorio, Maria Fernanda, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2014: 524 pages; 3641826.
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I Can See She Does Not Want to be Pregnant”: Using Images to Inform Low-Literacy Audiences About Safe Abortion in Zambia
by Goetschius, Andrea B., M.A.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2011: 101 pages; 1497618.
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Overcoming Tools of Oppression: Plain Language and Human-Centered Design for Social Justice
by Sims, Michela, M.A.  Minnesota State University, Mankato. 2020: 89 pages; 28025134.
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Glocalization of the Korean popular culture in East Asia: Theorizing the Korean Wave
by Ju, Hyejung, Ph.D.  The University of Oklahoma. 2010: 237 pages; 3444453.
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African educational film and video: Industry, ideology, and the regulation of sub-Saharan sexuality
by McGuffie, Allison Doris, Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2013: 186 pages; 3711123.
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Reputation games and political economy
by Sun, Cheng, Ph.D.  Princeton University. 2015: 119 pages; 3714502.
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Fighting against Indigenous Stereotypes and Invisibility: Gregg Deal's Use of Humor and Irony
by Mullen, Emily, M.A.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2018: 101 pages; 10793926.
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Exploring audience responses to self-reflexivity in television narratives
by Price, Stephen, Jr., Ph.D.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2011: 247 pages; 3533822.
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Soft control: Television's relationship to digital micromedia
by Lahey, Michael, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2013: 253 pages; 3607011.
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Went Through the Fog of Ideology: A Contemporary Chinese Artist's Reflections on the Cultural Revolution
by Ma, Lijun, M.A.  The University of Alabama at Birmingham. 2020: 117 pages; 27963054.
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Stages of Whiteness: Marking Power and Privilege in U.S. and German Popular Performance
by Martin, Christopher, Ph.D.  University of Kansas. 2019: 239 pages; 22620379.
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Koala Poop Smells Good: How I Know This and Ways to Increase the Impact of Research Through Education & Outreach
by Dahlhausen, Katherine Ellen, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2019: 166 pages; 22622137.
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Magazines & Millennials: The Modern Day Gatekeepers
by Heath, Aalyiah Nicole , M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2018: 36 pages; 27605878.
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