In this issue:
Make Graffiti, Not War by Mikayla Schaefer
The Photograph as a Montage by Christopher Kuist
Washing Away Dirty Marketing by Ashley Layton
An Ethical Dilemma in Media: “A Rape On Campus” by Jenna Ward
Networked Movements & Social Change: The Success of #BlackLivesMatter by Carolyn Riley
Body Cameras and the Problem of Technological Solutionism by Sean Fleese
Persuasion Techniques in Reconceptualization Science: Rethinking Low-Dose Ionizing Radiation by Mikayla Collins
Theories for Theories: A Rhetorical Analysis of Nancy Krieger’s Theories for social epidemiology in the 21st century: an ecosocial perspective by Dana Gingras
The Anxiety of Digital Afterlife by Jacqueline Van Sickle
"Comm-entary, Spring 2016 - Full Issue,"
Comm-entary: Vol. 12
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholars.unh.edu/comm-entary/vol12/iss1/1