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0.56 Donald Lazere, Mass Culture Political Consciousness and English Studies: A Selected Bibliography, College English, 1977.
0.48 Robert Cirino, An Alternative American Communications System, College English, 1977.
0.45 Todd Gitlin, Spotlights and Shadows: Television and the Culture of Politics, College English, 1977.
0.37 Donald Lazere, Mass Culture Political Consciousness and English Studies, College English, 1977.
0.37 Robert Cirino, Response to Philip Segal, College English, 1978.
0.36 Philip Segal, Comments for Robert Cirino, College English, 1978.
0.30 James Steel Smith, Popular Culture and the Freshman: Three Questions, College Composition and Communication, 1959.
0.29 Patrick Brantlinger, Mass Communications and Teachers of English, College English, 1976.
0.25 Patrick D. Hazard, Yes but the Question Is How?, College English, 1956.
0.24 Dennis Porter, Soap Time: Thoughts on a Commodity Art Form, College English, 1977.
0.24 Frank J. D'Angelo, Oscar Mayer Ads Are Pure Baloney: The Graffitist as Critic of Advertising, College Composition and Communication, 1975.
0.24 Donald Lazere, Public Doublespeak: TV Guide's News Watchers, College English, 1976.
0.23 , How Do We Form Our Attitudes toward News Reporting?, College Composition and Communication, 1958.
0.23 Marjorie Smelstor, A Comment on Francine Hardaway on the Language of Popular Culture, College English, 1979.
0.22 Francine Hardaway, The Language of Popular Culture: Daytime Television as a Transmitter of Values, College English, 1979.
0.21 Ken Macrorie, A Literature without Criticism, College English, 1961.
0.21 David Konstan, Dog-Day Morning after: A Reply to Fred Jameson, College English, 1978.
0.21 Joe Michaels, News Reporting by Pictures, College Composition and Communication, 1958.
0.21 David Borroff, Yes-Cooperatively, College English, 1956.
0.20 Mary Beth Callie, Media Reform Democratic Capacity and Human Flourishing, JAC, 2007.
0.20 Dale Jacobs, Marveling at "The Man Called Nova": Comics as Sponsors of Multimodal Literacy, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.20 , Newspapers Periodicals and Motion Pictures as Material for the Communication Course: The Report of Workshop No 3, College Composition and Communication, 1952.
0.20 Kate Ellis, Queen for One Day at a Time, College English, 1977.
0.20 Diane Shoos Diana George Joseph Comprone, Twin Peaks and the Look of Television: Visual Literacy in the Writing Class, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1993.
0.19 E. R. Purpus, A Most Emphatic Yes, College English, 1956.
0.19 Louis Marder, Shakespeare's Age of Kings, College English, 1961.
0.18 , Using Popular Culture and Current Issues in Composition Courses, College Composition and Communication, 1969.
0.18 R. Mark Hall, The "Oprahfication" of Literacy: Reading "Oprah's Book Club", College English, 2003.
0.18 Howard A. Burton, The Development of Taste in Movies, College English, 1956.
0.17 Elizabeth V. Wright, Teaching the Documented Paper, College English, 1956.
0.17 , The Study of News and Information in the Mass Media, College Composition and Communication, 1957.
0.17 Fredric Jameson, Class and Allegory in Contemporary Mass Culture: Dog Day Afternoon as a Political Film, College English, 1977.
0.16 Fred Remington, Television The Over-Criticized Medium, College Composition and Communication, 1959.
0.16 Michael Lopes, Teaching Is Easy Money, College Composition and Communication, 1975.
0.16 Francine Hardaway, Francine Hardaway Responds, College English, 1979.
0.16 Margaret Mackey, Television and the Teenage Literate: Discourses of "Felicity", College English, 2003.
0.16 Roy Harvey Pearce, Mass Culture / Popular Culture: Notes for a Humanist's Primer, College English, 1962.
0.15 Henry W. Knepler, English via Television, College English, 1956.