Don Waisanen

City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

Assistant Professor

Baruch College, One Bernard Baruch Way

Box D901

New York, NY 10010

United States

http://www.donwaisanen.com

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

14

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CROSSREF CITATIONS

3

Scholarly Papers (14)

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A Citizen's Guides to Democracy Inaction: Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's Comic Rhetorical Criticism

Southern Communication Journal, 74(2), 119-140, 2009.
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 12 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs
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Facilitating the Conversation: The 2012 U.S. Presidential Election and Public Diplomacy Through Social Media

American Behavioral Scientist, 57(11), 1623-1642, September 2013
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Craig Hayden, Don Waisanen and Yelena Osipova
American University - School of International Service, City University of New York - School of Public Affairs and American University - School of International Service
Downloads 41 (429,415)

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public diplomacy, epideictic, U.S. presidential election, international relations, Facebook

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What's so Funny About Arguing with God? A Case for Playful Argumentation from Jewish Literature

Waisanen, Don J., Friedman, Hershey H., and Friedman, Linda Weiser. (2014). What’s so Funny about Arguing with God? A Case for Playful Argumentation from Jewish Literature. Argumentation: An International Journal on Reasoning, 28(4). [Impact Factor: 0.717, © 2012 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Rep
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 16 Dec 2014
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs, City University of New York - Department of Business Management and Baruch College, CUNY - Zicklin School of Business
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Argumentation, Play, Humor, Religion, Bisociation, Dissoi logoi

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Satirical Visions with Public Consequence?: Dennis Miller's Ranting Rhetorical Persona

American Communication Journal, 13(1), 24-44 (2011 Spring).
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 12 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs
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Rhetoric, Comedy, Persona, Conversion, Dennis Miller

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Toward Robust Public Engagement: The Value of Deliberative Discourse for Civil Communication

Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Volume 17, Number 2, Summer 2014, pp. 287-322
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 10 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs
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Political Conversion as Intrapersonal Argument: Self-Dissociation in the David Brock's 'Blinded by the Right'

Argumentation and Advocacy, 47(4), 228-245, 2011
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 12 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs
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Conversion, dissociation, identity, movements, intrapersonal argument

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Side-Coaching the Public Speech: Toward Improvisational Delivery Adjustments in the Moment

Waisanen, Don J., & Reynolds, Rodney A. (2008). Side-Coaching the Public Speech: Toward Improvisational Delivery Adjustments in the Moment. Communication Teacher, 22 (1), 18-21.
Posted: 12 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen and Rodney Reynolds
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs and Azusa Pacific University

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Public speaking

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Sizing Up the Daily Show: Audience Perceptions of Political Comedy Programming

Atlantic Journal of Communication, 18(3), 144-157, 2010.
Posted: 12 Dec 2014
Amy B. Becker, Michael Xenos and Don Waisanen
Towson University, University of Wisconsin - Madison and City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

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Crafting Hyperreal Spaces for Comic Insights: The Onion News Network's Ironic Iconicity

Communication Quarterly, 59(5), 508-528, 2011
Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

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Comedy, Hyperreal, Ironic Iconicity, Onion News Network, Rhetoric

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From Funny Features to Entertaining Effects: Connecting Approaches to Political Comedy

Review of Communication, 13(3), 161-183, September 2013
Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Amy B. Becker and Don Waisanen
Towson University and City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

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Political Comedy, Humor, Effects, Features, Public Culture

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Bordering Populism in Immigration Activism: Outlaw-Civic Discourse in a (Counter)Public

Communication Monographs, Vol, 79, No. 2, June 2012, pp.232-255.
Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

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Bordering Populism, Outlaw-Civic Discourse, (Counter)Public, Immigration Activism, Multi-Methodological Rhetorical Criticism

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(Trans)National Advocacy in the Ousting of Milošević: The Otpor Movement's Glocal Recursions

Communication Studies, 64(2), 158-177 (2013).
Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

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Glocal, Movements, recursion, Rhetoric, Transnational Advocacy Networks

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Hermeneutic Range in Church-State Deliberation: Cross Meanings in the Los Angeles County Seal Controversy

Don J. Waisanen (2013): Hermeneutic Range in Church-State Deliberation: Cross Meanings in the Los Angeles County Seal Controversy, Western Journal of Communication, 77:4, 361-381
Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Don Waisanen
City University of New York - School of Public Affairs

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Church-State, Controversy, Deliberation, Hermeneutics, Polysemy

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Academic Journalism: A Modest Proposal

Remler, Dahlia, Waisanen, Don J., and Gabor, Andrea (2013). Academic Journalism: A Modest Proposal. Journalism Studies, 15(4), 357-373.
Posted: 11 Dec 2014
Dahlia Remler, Don Waisanen and Andrea Gabor
City University of New York - Baruch College - Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, City University of New York - School of Public Affairs and CUNY Baruch College

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higher education, interdisciplinary inquiry, journalism, public good, public scholarship