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Balthrop, V. William. "Culture, Myth, and Ideology as Public Argument: An Interpretation of the Ascent and Demise of 'Southern Culture'." Communication Monographs 51 (1984): 339-352.
Bitzer, Lloyd. "The Rhetorical Situation." Philosophy and Rhetoric 1 (1968): 1-14.
Cooren, Francois. "Toward Another Ideal Speech Situation: A Critique of Habermas' Reinterpretation of Speech Act Theory." Quarterly Journal of Speech 86 (2000): 295-317.
Cox, J. Robert. "Argument and the 'Definition of the Situation'." Central States Speech Journal 32 (1981): 197-205.
---. "The Die is Cast: Topical and Ontological Dimensions of the Locus of the Irreparable." Quarterly Journal of Speech 68 (1982): 227-239.
---. "Loci Communes and Thoreau's Arguments for Wilderness in 'Walking' (1851)." Southern Speech Communication Journal 46 (1980): 1-16.
---. "Memory, Critical Theory and the Argument from History." Argumentation and Advocacy 27 (1990): 1-13.
---. "Performing Memory/Speech: Aesthetic Boundaries and 'the Other' in Ghetto and The Normal Heart." Text and Performance Quarterly 12 (1992): 385-390.
---. "An 'Unsolved Contradiction'? Herbert Marcuse on Aesthetic Form and Praxis." Literature in Performance 8 (1988): 21-27.
Cushman, Donald P., and Gerard A. Hauser. "Weaver's Rhetorical Theory: Axiology and the Adjustment of Belief, Invention, and Judgment." Quarterly Journal of Speech 59 (1973): 319-329.
Dahlberg, Lincoln. "The Internet and Democratic Discourse: Exploring the Prospects of Online Deliberative Forums Extending the Public Sphere." Information, Communication, and Society 4 (2001): 615-633.
DeChaine, D. Robert. "Magic, Mimesis, and Revolutionary Praxis: Illuminating Walter Benjamin's Rhetoric of Redemption." Western Journal of Communication 64 (2000): 285-307.
Doxtader, Erik. "Characters in the Middle of Public Life: Consensus, Dissent, and Ethos." Philosophy & Rhetoric 33 (2000): 336-369.
---. "The Entwinement of Argument and Rhetoric: A Dialectical Reading of Habermas' Theory of Communicative Action." Argumentation and Advocacy 27 (1991): 51-63.
---. "Learning Public Deliberation Through the Critique of Institutional Argument." Argumentation and Advocacy 31 (1995): 185-203.
---. "Making Rhetorical History in a Time of Transition: The Occasion, Constitution, and Representation of
South African Reconciliation." Rhetoric and Public Affairs 4 (2001): 223-260.
Farrell, Thomas B. "Habermas on Argumentation Theory: Some Emerging Topics." Journal of the American Forensic Association 16 (1979): 77-82.
---.  "Knowledge, Consensus, and Rhetorical Theory." Quarterly Journal of Speech 62 (1976): 1-14.
---. "Media Rhetoric as Social Drama: The Winter Olympics of 1984." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 6 (1989): 158-182.
---. Norms of Rhetorical Culture. New Haven: Yale UP, 1993.
---. "On the Disappearance of the Rhetorical Aura." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 147-158.
---. "Political Conventions as Legitimation Ritual." Communication Monographs 45 (1978): 293-305.
---. "Practicing the Arts of Rhetoric: Tradition and Invention." Philosophy and Rhetoric 24 (1991): 183-212.
---. "Social Knowledge II." Quarterly Journal of Speech 64 (1978): 329-334.
---. "Validity and Rationality: The Rhetorical Constituents of Argumentative Form." Journal of the American Forensic Association 13 (1977): 142-149.
Farrell, Thomas B., and G. Thomas Goodnight. "Accidental Rhetoric: The Root Metaphors of Three Mile Island." Communication Monographs 48 (1981): 271-300.
Farrell, Thomas B., and Tamar Katriel. "Scrapbooks as Cultural Texts: An American Art of Memory." Text and Performance Quarterly 11 (1991): 1-17.
Farrell, Thomas B., and Thomas S. Frentz. "Communication and Meaning: A Language-Action Synthesis." Philosophy and Rhetoric 12 (1979): 215-255.
Francesconi, Robert. "The Implications of Habermas's Theory of Legitimation for Rhetorical Criticism." Communication Monographs 53 (1986): 16-35.
Fusfield, William. "Communication without Constellation? Habermas's Argumentative Turn in (and Away from) Critical Theory." Communication Theory 7 (1997): 301-320.
Goodnight, G. Thomas. "Argumentation and the Nuclear Age." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1988): 141-142.
---. "Controversy." Argument in Controversy: Proceedings of the Seventh SCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. Ed. Donn W. Parson. Annandal, VA: Speech Communication Association, 1991. 1-13.
---. "The Firm, the Park, and the University: Fear and Trembling on the Postmodern Trail." Quarterly Journal of Speech 81 (1995): 267-290.
---. "Generational Argument." Argumentation Across the Lines of Disciplines: Proceedings of the Conference on Argumentation (Amsterdam, 1986): Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis. Ed. F. H. von Eermeren et al. Providence: Foris Press, 1987. 129-144.
---. "Habermas, the Public Sphere, and Controversy." International Journal of Public Opinion Research 4 (1992): 243-255.
---. "Messrs. Dinkins, Rangel, and Savage in Colloquy on the African Burial Ground: A Companion Reading." Western Journal of Communication 63 (1999): 511-525.
---. "Opening Up 'The Spaces of Public Dissension'." Communication Monograph 64 (1997): 270-275.
---. The Personal, Technical, and Public Spheres of Argument: A Speculative Inquiry into The Art of Public Deliberation." Journal of the American Forensic Association 18 (1982): 214-227.
---. "Public Discourse." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 4 (1987): 428-432.
---. "Toward a Social Theory of Argumentation." Argumentation and Advocacy 26 (1989): 60-70.
Goodnight, G. Thomas, and Kathryn M. Olson "Shared Power, Foreign Policy, and Haiti, 1994: Public Memories of War and Race." Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9 (2006): 601-634..
Goodnight, G. Thomas, and John Poulakos. "Conspiracy Rhetoric: From Pragmatism to Fantasy in Public Discourse." Western Journal of Speech Communication 45 (1981): 299-316.
Griffin, Cindy L. "The Essentialist Roots of the Public Sphere: A Feminist Critique." Western Journal of Communication 60 (1996): 21-39.
Haskell, Robert E., and Gerard A. Hauser. "Rhetorical Structure: Truth and Method in Weaver's Epistemology." Quarterly Journal of Speech 64 (1978): 233-245.
Hauser, Gerard A. "Features of the Public Sphere." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 4 (1987): 437-441.
---. "On Publics and Public Spheres: A Response to Phillips." Communication Monograph 64 (1997): 275-279.
---. "Vernacular Dialogue and the Rhetoricality of Public Opinion." Communication Monographs 65 (1998): 83-107.
---. Vernacular Voices: The Rhetoric of Publics and Public Spheres. Greenville: U of South Carolina P, 1999.
Jasinski, James "Ideology, Reflection, and Alienation in Rhetorical and Argumentative Practice." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1988): 207-217.
Katriel, Tamar. "'Our Future is Where Our Past Is:' Studying Heritage Museums as Ideological and Performative Arenas." Communication Monographs 60 (1993): 69-75.
Langsdorf, Lenore. "Refusing Individuality: How Human Beings Are Made into Subjects." Communication Theory 7 (1997): 321-342.
Leslie, Andrew W., and Stephen O'Leary. "Rhizomic Rhetoric: Toward an Ecology of Institutional Argument." Argument in Controversy: Proceedings of the Seventh SCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. Ed. Donn W. Parson. Annandal, VA: Speech Communication Association, 1991. 64-72.
McGee, Michael Calvin, and Martha Anne Martin. "Public Knowledge and Ideological Argumentation." Communication Monographs 50 (1983): 47-65.
Mitchell, Gordon R. Strategic Deception: Rhetoric, Science, and Politics in Missile Defense Advocacy. East Lansing: Michigan State UP, 2001.
Olson, Kathryn M. "The Controversy over President Reagan's Visit to Bitburg: Strategies of Definition and Redefinition." Quarterly Journal of Speech 75 (1989): 129-151.
Olson, Kathryn M., and G. Thomas Goodnight. "Entanglements of Consumption, Cruelty, Privacy, and Fashion: The Social Controversy Over Fur." Quarterly Journal of Speech 80 (1994): 249-276.
Ono, Kent A., and John M. Sloop. "Critical Rhetorics of Controversy." Western Journal of Communication 63 (1999): 526-536.
Phillips, Kendall R. "A Rhetoric of Controversy." Western Journal of Communication 63 (1999): 488-510.
---. "The Spaces of Public Dissension: Reconsidering the Public Sphere." Communication Monographs 63 (1996): 231-248.
Pollock, Della. "Aesthetic Negation after WWII: Mediating Bertolt Brecht and Theodor Adorno." Literature in Performance 8 (1988): 12-20.
Pollock, Della, and J. Robert Cox. "Historicizing 'Reason': Critical Theory, Practice, and Postmodernity." Communication Monographs 58 (1991): 170-178.
Willard, Charles Arthur. "The Creation of Publics: Notes on Goodnight's Historical Relativity." Argumentation and Advocacy 26 (1989): 45-59.
Wood, Julia T., and Robert Cox. "Rethinking Critical Voice: Materiality and Situated Knowledges." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 278-287.
Zarefsky, David. "Causal Argument Among Historians: The Case of the Americal Civil War." Southern Speech Communication Journal 45 (1979): 187-205.
---. "The Role of Causal Argument in Policy Controversies." Journal of the American Forensic Association 13 (1977): 179-191.
Zulick, Margaret D. "Generative Rhetoric and Public Argument: A Classical Approach." Argumentation and Advocacy 33 (1997): 109–119.
Zulick, Margaret D., and E. Anne Laffoon. "Enclaved Publics as Inventional Resources: An Essay in Generative Rhetoric." Argument in Controversy: Proceedings of the Seventh SCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. Ed. Donn W. Parson. Annandal, VA: Speech Communication Association, 1991. 249-255.