College of Arts and Humanities
13 achievements

13 achievements

Ayotte, Kevin
Niles, M.  (2011). Playing with dialectics: Black female friendship groups as a homeplace.  Communication Studies. 62(5), 531-546.
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Ayotte, K., Bernard, D., & O'Hair, H.  (2008). Knowing terror: On the epistemology and rhetoric of risk.  Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication. New York : Taylor & Francis Ltd..
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Ayotte, K., & Husain, M.  (2005). Securing Afghan Women: Neocolonialism, Epistemic Violence, and the Rhetoric of the Veil.  NWSA Journal. 17(3), 112-133.
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Ayotte, K.  (2005). Review of Concept and Controversy: Sixty Years of Taking Ideas to Market by W.W. Rostow.  Controversia. 97-100.
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Fraleigh, D.  (2004). Freedom of Speech in Occupied Nations: What Should Be the Obligations of an Occupying Power?.  Free Speech Yearbook. 97-112.
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Fraleigh, D.  (2004). Review of The Free Speech Movement: Reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s.  Free Speech Yearbook. 189-92.
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, A., , P., & , W.  (2002). Mistaking Nietzsche: Rhetoric and the epistemic pest.  Quarterly Journal of Speech. 121-127.
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Ayotte, K.  (2002). The art of war: Aristotle on rhetoric and fear.  The Philosophy of Communication: Studies in Greek Philosophy. (pp.45-57) Athens, Gr: Ionia Publications.
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Ayotte, K.  (2001). Rhetoric and the possibility of truth: Platonic epistemology in the Phaedrus and the Symposium. Presented at Studies in Greek Philosophy: Greek Philosophy and Epistemology, Athens, GR.
Mitchell, G., & Ayotte, K.  (2001). Missile defence: Trans-Atlantic diplomacy at a crossroads.  International Security Information Service-UK Briefing Series on Ballistic Missile Defence.
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Ayotte, K.  (2000). Critical erasure: Deconstructing the rhetoric of feminist international relations theory.  International Journal of Forensics. 169-176.
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Ayotte, K.  (2000). Aesthetic Rhetoric in Plato’s Phaedrus.  Athens, GR: Ionia Publications.
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Ayotte, K.  (2000). Constructions of violence: Labor, capital, and hegemonic struggle in the Pullman strike of 1894.  Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
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