The College of Communication and Design was known as The College of International Communication until October 19, 2017 when Lynn University officially assumed ownership of DMAC (Digital Media Arts College), and DMAC's programs were added to its College of International Communication to create the College of Communication and Design.

This series represents the scholarly publications, conference proceedings, presentations, and more of the staff of The College of Communication and Design.

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Submissions from 2013

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SOS: Save Our Studios!, Presentation, Denise Belafonte-Young, Candace Lee Egan, Deborah L. Larson, Michael Bruce, Jeff Spurlock, and Tommy Booras.

Citizenship Education and its Impact on Communities, Article, Carmeta Blake.

New Media, Its Emergence and Impact on Society, Article, Carmeta Blake.

Reinventing Toy Brands for the Electronic Era, Article, Gary Carlin.

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Women's Studies in Communication (Editor), Article, Valeria Fabj.

International Issues from Wars to Robots (Editor), Article, Erika Grodzki.

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Review of A Strange Stirring: The Feminine Mystique and American Women at the Dawn Of The 1960s by Stephanie Coontz, Book Review, Erika Grodzki.

Hosting a Presidential Debate: One Year of Political Content and Coursework, Article, Erika Grodzki, Denise Belafonte-Young, John Bennardo, Carmeta Blake, Harry Murphy, Stefanie Powers, and Timea Varga.

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Wait, Who is MY President? Connecting Identities through Hosting a U.S. Presidential Debate, Presentation, Erika Grodzki, Stefanie Powers, and Timea Varga.

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Creating Product Oriented Assignments, Presentation, Adam Simpson.

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The Global Impact of Interracial Media Content: A Catalyst or Barrier for Social Change?, Presentation, Timea Varga.

Submissions from 2012

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Women's Studies in Communication (Editor), Article, Valeria Fabj.

Submissions from 2011

Israeli Cinema in a Global Context: Reclaiming a Minoritarian Status, Article, Nava Dushi.

Seeking the Local, Engaging the Global: Women and Religious Oppression in a Minor Film, Article, Nava Dushi.

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Women's Studies in Communication (Editor), Article, Valeria Fabj.

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Women's Studies in Communication (Editor), Article, Valeria Fabj.

Submissions from 2010

Lacuna Theory and Advertising: Polish Views of American Beer Commercials, Article, Erika Grodzki and Magda Buchta.

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Language, Culture, and Politics, Erika Grodzki and Karyn Colombo

Submissions from 2009

Private Symbols as Vehicles for a Public Voice: "Women of the Fast" Reject the Mafia, Article, Valeria Fabj.

Making the Most of Your Fulbright Experience, Article, Erika Grodzki.

Submissions from 2002

Salience, Knowledge, and the Public Good: Hierarchies of Interest and the Expansion of the Public Sphere, Conference Proceeding, Valeria Fabj and Matthew J. Sobnosky.

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Using Lacuna Theory to Detect Cultural Differences in American and German Automotive Advertising, Erika Grodzki