||The C-SPAN Archives
||Introduction -- Congressional process and public opinion toward Congress: an experimental analysis using the C-SPAN video library / Jonathan S. Morris and Michael W. Joy -- Discursively constructing the Great Lakes freshwater / Theresa R. Castor -- Considering construction of conservative/liberal meaning: what an extraterrestrial might discover about branding strategy in the C-Span video library / Robert L. Kerr -- What can the public learn by watching Congress? / Tim Groeling -- Gendered linguistics: a large-Scale text analysis of U.S. Senate candidate debates / Martha E. Kropf and Emily Grassett -- Microanalysis of the emotional appropriateness of facial displays during Presidential debates: C-SPAN coverage of the first and third 2012 debates / Patrick A. Stewart and Spencer C. Hall -- President William J. Clinton as a practical ethnomethodologist: a single-case analysis of successful question-answering techniques in the 1998 Grand Jury testimony / Angela Cora Garcia -- C-SPAN unscripted: the Archives as repository for uncertainty in political life / Joshua M. Scacco -- Protecting (which?) women: a content analysis of the House floor debate on the 2012 Reauthorization Of the Violence Against Women Act / Nadia E. Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon -- "Working the crowd": how political figures use introduction structures / Kurtis D. Miller -- Representing others, presenting self / Zoe M. Oxley.
|General note||Based on papers presented at a conference at Purdue University in October, 2015, with C-SPAN archives used as a chief resource.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Access restriction||Available only to authorized users.|
|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web|
|ISBN||9781557537621 (paper : alk. paper)|