Northwest Communication Association Conference Papers & Presentations
The Northwest Communication Association (NWCA) is a non-profit scholarly organization, which exists to unite and promote mutual educational interests to the study, criticism, research, teaching, and practice of communication. Membership is open to all persons, institutions, and organizations who promote the purpose of the Association, including humanistic, scientific, and artistic approaches to communication.
This collection includes peer-reviewed papers and presentations from Linfield University students and faculty that were selected for inclusion at NWCA's annual conference.
Submissions from 2017
Exploring Diversity, Citizenship, and Gender through Jazz: A Narrative Criticism of I am Jazz, Mary Beth Jones
Submissions from 2016
Engaging with the Dory Fleet: A Panel Discussion on a Collaborative College and Community Oral History Project, Brenda DeVore Marshall, Tyrone Marshall, Mary Beth Jones, Kathleen Spring, and Jackson B. Miller
Submissions from 2012
Is It Sexy? A Semiotic Analysis of Sexual Imagery in Japanese and United States Advertising, Marc P. Pereira