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    • Children and Violence on Television: A Survey of Eau Claire Parents 

      Barnes-Boldt, Amanda; Neudecker, Erik; Hughes, Jayne; Sims, Judy; Giordano, Joseph (UW Eau Claire Research Day; Leader-Telegram, 1995-05)
      The primary objective of this study, which was accepted for presentation as a poster in UW-Eau Claire’s Student Research Day (May 1-2, 1995), was to gather data concerning a number of areas related to children’s viewing ...
    • Communication Consultants as Organizational Sensemakers: Applying the Team Metaphor 

      Gribas, John; Giordano, Joseph; Sims, Judy (The Speech Communication Association of Pennsylvania, Inc., 1998)
      This study concerns an organizational communication intervention in which researchers explored the role metaphor plays in organizational development and change. Specifically, the team concept as a strategically ambiguous ...
    • International Awareness Through Intercultural Interviews 

      Reitzel, Armeda; Sims, Judy (Speech Communication Association of Puerto Rico, 1985-12-06)
      This paper discusses the use of an intercultural radio interview project as a means to making both intercultural communication students and the local community more aware and appreciative of their own cultures and other ...
    • Newspaper Coverage of the 1992 Presidential Campaign 

      Giordano, Joseph; Sims, Judy (Journal of Communication Studies, 1994)
      The purpose of this study was to assess the amount of front page newspaper coverage allotted to "character/competence/image" issues versus "platform/political" issues in the 1992 presidential campaign. Using textual analysis ...
    • A Survey of American Cross-Cultural Training Programs for Germany 

      Holm-Franson, Jessica; Sims, Judy (UW-Eau Claire Research Day (April 2002) and National Conference on Undergraduate Research, UW-Whitewater (April 25-27, 2002), 2002-04)
      Every year, executives from the United States are sent overseas to conduct business in Germany. Yet far too often these executives or expatriates return home early. One reason why so many expatriates are unsuccessful ...