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My Papers and Publications

Publications

Larson, G.W. (2008).  Rough Beauty [Review].  Visual Communication Quarterly, 15(3), pp. 213-15.

Larson, G.W. & Mullen, L. (2003).  Letters to America: Dialectical epistolarity in post-9/11 advertising.  Iowa Journal of Communication, 35, 1-17. (Winner, 2004 Central States Communication Association State Journal Manuscript Award.)

Engstrom, E. & Larson, G.W. (2003). Advanced Television Production.  In Michael D. Murray & Roy L. Moore (Eds.) Mass Communication Education (pp. 297-318). Ames, IA: Iowa State Press.

Larson, G.W. (2003).  Instant messaging. In Steven Jones (Ed.) Encyclopedia of New Media (pp. 236-7). New York: Sage.

Larson, G.W. (2003).  Satellite networks. In Steven Jones (Ed.) Encyclopedia of New Media (pp. 400-1). New York: Sage.

Larson, G.W. (2001).  Radio Journalism.  In Wm. David Sloan & Lisa Mulliken Parcell (Eds.) Journalism: History, Principles And Practices (pp. 470-84). Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishing.

Larson, G.W. (2000). Globalization, computer-mediated interaction and symbolic convergence.  In G.-M. Chen & W. J. Starosta (Eds.) Communication and Global Society (pp. 159-79). New York: Peter Lang.

Convention Papers

Traudt, P.J. & Larson, G.W. (2009). Paper accepted for presentation at the 23rd ICDE World Conference on Open and Distance Learning, Masstricht, The Netherlands, 9 June, 2009.Teaching the Large Enrollment Online Survey Course: A Seven-Year Assessment.

Larson, G.W. (2009). “What are they teaching these kids?” An Articulation Discussion for Secondary and Post-Secondary Educators. Panel discussant at Broadcast Education Association Convention, April 22-25, Las Vegas, NV.

Larson, G.W. (2007). “PODs, Egocentrism, and Context-Free  “New Journalism”” Presented at the Transforming Audiences Conference, September 6-7, University of Westminster, London, UK.

Larson, G.W. (2004). “Approaches to Teaching Visual Communication Courses.” 18th Annual Visual Communication Conference, June 18-22, Pacific Grove, California, panel presenter.

Mullen, L.J. & Larson, G.W. (2003). Communication and transportation: An analysis of full-page ads in the New York Times after 9-11. Presented at the National Communication Association convention, Miami Beach, November.

Larson G.W. & Mullen, L.J. (2003). Letters to America: Dialectical epistolarity in post-9/11 advertising. Presented at the  International Communication Association convention, San Diego, CA, May.

Larson, G.W. (2003). Reconstituting racial space in a virtual environment. Presented at the Western States Communication Association convention, Salt Lake City, UT, February. (Top-four paper in the Language and Social Interaction interest group.)

Larson, G.W. (2002). ’Live’ in your living room! Journalistic voyeurism as fantasy theme. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association convention, Las Vegas, NV, April. (Second place open category competitive paper in the Production, Aesthetics and Criticism Division.)

Larson, G.W. (2002). The epistemic shift to digital production/consumption. Presented at the Broadcast Education Association convention, Las Vegas, NV, April.

Larson, G.W. (2001). Contingent reality: Fragmented visual perception in second-order space.  Presented at the Broadcast Education Association convention, Las Vegas, NV, April. (First place debut paper in the Production, Aesthetics and Criticism Division.)

Larson, G.W. (2001). Performative frames in strategic online interaction.  Presented at the Far West Popular and American Culture Association convention, Las Vegas, NV, February.

Larson, G.W. (2000). Building racial identity through discourse in a computer-mediated environment. Presented at the Southern States Communication Association convention, New Orleans, LA, April.

Larson, G.W. (1999). On-line sexuality: Performing and resisting identity in mediated social exchanges.  Presented at the National Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL, November.

Larson, G.W. (1999). Visual complexity and processing in a mediated world.  Presented at the joint Central States Communication Association/Southern States Communication Association convention, St. Louis, MO, April.

Larson, G.W. (1998). All the world’s a stage: Computer-mediated interaction and symbolic convergence in the 21st century.  Presented at the National Communication Association convention, New York, NY, November.

Larson, G.W. (1998). Surveillant society: The press and panopticism.  Presented at the New Media, Free Speech conference of AEJMC, Tampa, FL, April.

Larson, G.W. (1997). Music video: The nexus of media production and rhetoric.  Presented at the National Communication Association convention, Chicago, IL, November.

Larson, G.W. (1996). To sphere or not to sphere: The politicization of the Internet.  Presented at the Red River Communication Conference, Fargo, ND, April.

Larson, G.W. (1994). Building Culture on the Internet.  Presented at the Red River Communication Conference, Fargo, ND, April.

Larson, G.W. (1992). Beyond ‘Wayne’s World‚: The legitimation of public access television.  Presented at the North Dakota Speech and Theatre Association convention, Bismarck, ND, September.

Larson, G.W. (1990). Public access television: The challenge of decentralized diffusion. Presented at the Red River Communication Conference, Fargo, ND, March.