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Articles

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According to, Student Motivations… : A Theory of Planned Behavior Investigation of Students’ Intention to Orally Cite Sources, C. Wesley Buerkle, Christopher C. Gearhart, and Carrie M. Oliveira

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All Too Human”: Xander Harris and the Embodiment of the Fully Human, Andrew F. Herrmann and Art Herbig

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Answer Me These Questions Three: Using Online Training to Improve Students’ Oral Source Citations, C. Wesley Buerkle and Christopher C. Gearhart

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Barriers to Family Cancer Communication in Southern Appalachia, Kathryn L. Duvall, Kelly A. Dorgan, and Amber E. Kinser

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Big Mama and the Uncertain Leap, Kelly A. Dorgan

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Book Review of Mothers and Daughters: Complicated Connections Across Cultures, Amber E. Kinser

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"C-can We Rest Now?": Foucault and the Multiple Discursive Subjectivities of Spike, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Connecting Place to Disease and Gender: Cohabitating Morbidities in Narratives of Women Cancer Survivors in Southern Central Appalachia, Kelly A. Dorgan, Sadie P. Hutson, Kathryn L. Duvall, Amber E. Kinser, and Joanne M. Hall

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“Criteria Against Ourselves?”, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Daniel Amos and Me: The Power of Pop Culture and Autoethnography, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Fixing Food to Fix Families: Feeding Risk Discourse and the Family Meal, Amber E. Kinser

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Ghosts, Vampires, Zombies, and Us, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Hallucinations Are Real to Patients With Dementia, R. C. Hamdy, Amber E. Kinser, J. V. Lewis, and Rebecca Copeland

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Holding On by Letting Go: Personal Agency as Maternal Activism, Amber E. Kinser

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“I Know I’m Unlovable”: Desperation, Dislocation, Despair, and Discourse on the Academic Job Hunt, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Introduction to the Special Issue: The New Ethnography: Goodall, Trujillo, and the Necessity of Storytelling, Andrew F. Herrmann and Kristen DiFate

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Kierkegaard and Indirect Communication: Theorizing HRD, Organizational Socialization, and Edification, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Mothered, Mothering & Motherizing in Illness Narratives: What Women Cancer Survivors in Southern Central Appalachia Reveal About Mothering-Disruption, Kelly A. Dorgan, Kathryn L. Duvall, Sadie P. Hutson, and Amber E. Kinser

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Navigating Family Cancer Communication: Communication Strategies of Female Cancer Survivors in Central Appalachia, Kathryn L. Duvall, Kelly A. Dorgan, and Sadie P. Hutson

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Omnibus Survivorship Narratives: Multiple Morbidities Among Female Cancer Survivors in South Central Appalachia, Kelly A. Dorgan, Kathryn L. Duvall, and Sadie P. Hutson

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On Being a Homeless Work of Fiction, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Patients With Dementia Are Easy Victims to Predators, Ronald C. Hamdy, J. V. Lewis, Rebecca Copeland, Audrey Depelteau, Amber E. Kinser, T. Kendall-Wilson, and Kathleen Whalen

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Personal Identity Changes of Female Cancer Survivors in Southern Appalachia, Kathryn L. Duvall, Kelly A. Dorgan, and Sadie P. Hutson

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Plotting Maternity in Three Persons, Amber E. Kinser

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Polymediated Narrative: The Case of the Supernatural Episode "Fan Fiction", Art Herbig and Andrew F. Herrmann

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Power, Metaphor, and the Closing of a Social Networking Site, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Ragged Edges in the Fractured Future: A Co‐Authored Organizational Autoethnography, Andrew F. Herrmann, Julia A. Barnhill, and Mary Catherine Catherine Poole

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Students See, Students Do?: Inducing a Peer Norm Effect for Oral Source Citations, C. Wesley Buerkle and Christopher C. Gearhart

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Taking Care, Kelly A. Dorgan

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The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves, Andrew F. Herrmann

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The Ghostwriter Writes No More: Narrative Logotherapy and the Mystery of My Namesake, Andrew F. Herrmann

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The Truth About the Surrender of My Foster Child, Kelly A. Dorgan

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Too Many Choices Confuse Patients With Dementia, R. C. Hamdy, J. V. Lewis, Amber Kinser, A. Depelteau, Rebecca Copeland, T. Kendall-Wilson, and K. Whalen

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Walking in Kierkegaard's Instant and Walking out of American Christendom, Andrew F. Herrmann

Books

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Bark Like a Dog!: Outrageous Ideas for Actors, Herb Parker

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Beyond New Media: Discourse and Critique in a Polymediated Age, Art Herbig, Andrew F. Herrmann, and Adam W. Tyma

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Communication Perspectives on Popular Culture, Andrew F. Herrmann and Art Herbig

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Fundamentals of Theatrical Design: A Guide to the Basics of Scenic, Costume, and Lighting Design, Karen Brewster and Melissa Shafer

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Organizational Autoethnographies: Our Working Lives, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Performing Motherhood: Artistic, Activist, and Everyday Enactments, Amber E. Kinser, Kym Freehling-Burton, and Terri Hawkes

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Rigging Math Made Simple, Delbert L. Hall

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Rigging Math Made Simple, Delbert L. Hall

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Rigging Math Made Simple, Delbert L. Hall

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The Arena Riggers' Handbook, Delbert L. Hall and Brian Sickels

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The Rigging Math Made Simple Workbook, Delbert L. Hall and Brian Sickels

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The Theater Riggers’ Handbook, Delbert L. Hall and Q. Brian Sickels

Book Contributions

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At the Core of the Work/Life Balance Myth: Motherhood and Family Dinners, Amber E. Kinser

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At the Intersection of Cancer Survivorship, Gender, Family, and Place in Southern Central Appalachia—A Case Study, Kelly A. Dorgan, Kathryn L. Duvall, and Sadie P. Hutson

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Clever Deployments: A Foreword, Amber E. Kinser

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Communicating, Sensemaking, and (dis)organizing: Theorizing the Complexity of Polymediation, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Concluding a Book and Opening a Discourse, Art Herbig, Andrew F. Herrmann, and Robert Andrew Dunn

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Controlling My Voice: Producing and Performing a Special-Mothering Narrative, Kelly A. Dorgan

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Editing an Anthology, Amber E. Kinser

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Feeding without Apology: Maternal Navigations of Distal Discourses in Family Meal Labour, Amber E. Kinser and Katherine J. Denker

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If I Could Give a Yopp: Confronting Sex, Talk, and Parenting, Amber E. Kinser

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Just Along for the Ride?: A Father-to-Be Searching for His Role., C. Wesley Buerkle

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Never Mind the Scholar, Here’s the Old Punk: Identity, Community, and the Aging Music Fan, Andrew F. Herrmann

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On Overlaps and Bleeds: A Foreword, Amber E. Kinser

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Revisiting Appalachia, Revisiting Self, Kathryn L. Duvall, Kelly A. Dorgan, and Sadie P. Hutson

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"Saving People. Hunting Things. The Family Business": Organizational Communication Approaches to Popular Culture, Andrew F. Herrmann

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Technology as Engagement: How We Learn and Teach While Polymediating the Classroom, Katherine J. Denker, Andrew F. Herrmann, and Michael D. D. Willits

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The Beginnings: #weneedaword., Andrew F. Herrmann, Art .. Herbig, and Adam W. Tyma

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The Cost of an Education: Exploring the Extended Reach of Academe in Family Life, Amber E. Kinser

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The Ghostwriter: Living a Father’s Unfinished Narrative, Andrew F. Herrmann

Performances

Appalachian & British Folktales, Delanna Reed

Appalachian & British Folktales for Rugby Roots-Appalachian Arts with a British Beat, Delanna Reed

A Round Peg in a Square Hole: Lesbian Teachers Fitting In, Delanna Reed

Ghost Stories for Historic Rugby Ghostly Gathering, Delanna Reed

Kansas City Road Trip Storytelling Tour, Delanna Reed and Jonesborough Storytellers Guide

New Voice Storyteller, Delanna Reed

Reflection in the Mirror, Delanna Reed

Ridin’ the Rails: Tweetsie and Clinchfield Railroad Stories, Delanna Reed

Round Peg in a Square Hole: Lesbian Teachers’ Stories of Fitting In, Delanna Reed

Storytelling at Blue Plum Festival, Delanna Reed

Storytelling at Cumberland Mountain Storytelling Festival, Delanna Reed

Storytelling at Nickelsville Days Festival, Delanna Reed

Storytelling at TIRSA, Delanna Reed

Storytelling at Umoja Festival, Delanna Reed

United We Stand Interfaith Storytelling Concert, Delanna Reed

Presentations

A Critical Autoethnographic Exploration of Narrative Momentum in Families, Andrew F. Herrmann

Acting and Performance Techniques to Enhance Presentations, Amber E. Kinser

A Heideggerian Approach to Weick: Sensemaking as an Existential Phenomenological Process, Andrew F. Herrmann

An Impractical Agenda for the 2nd Generation of Qualitative Communication Researchers, Andrew F. Herrmann

A Round Peg in a Square Hole: Lesbian Teachers Fitting In, Delanna Reed

At the Core of the Work/Life Balance Myth, Amber E. Kinser

Barriers to Family Cancer Communication in Southern Appalachia, Kathryn L. Duvall, Kelly D. Dorgan, and Amber E. Kinser

Broken Promises: An Autoethnography of Psychological Contract Breach and Organizational Exit, Andrew F. Herrmann

Bud and Nick: My Unofficial Mentors, Andrew F. Herrmann

Business in the Front, Party in the #Backchannel, Andrew F. Herrmann

Claiming Center by Refusing Center: Women as Family Health/Illness Tellers in Appalachia, Amber E. Kinser, Kelly D. Dorgan, Sadie P. Hutson, and J. Hall

Crafting Maternal Truths in Three Persons, Amber E. Kinser

Critical Organizational Autoethnography: What the Past Tells Us About the Future, Andrew F. Herrmann

Dialectical Tensions, Relationship Dissolution, and Writing the New Ethnography, Andrew F. Herrmann

Discourses of Horror TV: Kolchak, Twin Peaks, and the Supernatural Drama, Andrew F. Herrmann

Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: Stories about Difference, Delanna Reed

Every Story Paints a Picture Don't It? Writing Stories of Comic Shopes, Barbershops, and Other Ethnographic Stops, Andrew F. Herrmann

Every Story Paints a Picture Don't It? Writing Stories of Comic Shopes, Barbershops, and Other Ethnographic Stops, Andrew F. Herrmann

F.A.R., F.E.S., S.A.I. or, Where Did All this Paperwork Come from?: Reflections on the First Year of the Tenure Track, Andrew F. Herrmann

Fierce Competitors: Cohabitating Morbidities, Caregiving Approaches, and Work/Life “Balance”, Amber E. Kinser

Fighting Fear and Finding Home: The Quest for an Authentic Career, Andrew F. Herrmann