College of Arts and Humanities
27 achievements

27 achievements

Cozen, Brian
Cozen, B.  (2017). Facting fiction: revolution, the United Nations, and cultural politics of electricity.  Critical Studies in Media Communication. 34(4), 329-343.
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Cozen, B.  (2017). Pro-nuclear march? the rally for environmental hope as an emergent rhetorical movement. Presented at Western States Communication Association Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Cozen, B.  (2016). Pronuclear advocacy: pandora’s promise as modernization theology. Presented at Western States Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.
Cozen, B., Endres, D., Barnett, J., O’Byrne, M., & Peterson, T.  (2016). Communicating energy in a climate (of) crisis.  Communication Yearbook. (pp.419-448) New York, NY: Routledge.
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Cozen, B., Endres, D., O’Byrne, M., & Feldpausch-Parker, A.  (2016). Performances of community building within the CCS/CCUS scientific community.  Environmental communication and community: Constructive and destructive dynamics of social transformation. (pp.55 –74) New York: Routledge.
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Cozen, B., Endres, D., Obyrne, M., , F., & Peterson, T.  (2016). Putting the U in carbon capture and storage: rhetorical boundary negotiation within the CCS/CCUS scientific community.  Journal of Applied Communication Research. 44(4), 362-380.
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Cozen, B.  (2015). Flows, locomotion, and the Wild West: Mobile participation through North Dakota’s oil boom. Presented at Conference on Communication and the Environment, Uppsala, Sweden.
Cozen, B.  (2015). Mobilizing artists: green patriot posters, visual metaphors, and climate change activism.  Visual environmental communication. London: Routledge.
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Cozen, B., Endres, D., O’Byrne, M., & Feldpausch-Parker, A.  (2015). Putting the U in carbon capture and storage: Performances of rupture within the CCS scientific community. Presented at Conference on Communication and the Environment, Uppsala, Sweden.
Cozen, B., & Gehl, R.  (2015). Passé media: communication and transportation on commuter and computer buses.  Communication Theory. 25(3), 290-309.
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Cozen, B.  (2014). Doin’ work: intersections between rhetorical theory and energy-source discourses. Presented at National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
Cozen, B.  (2014). Hybrid worlds and dystopic visions: Fearing a future without electric mobility. Presented at Cultural Studies Association, Salt Lake City, UT.
Cozen, B., Endres, D., & Senda-Cook, S.  (2014). Not just a place to park your car: PARK(ing) as spatial argument.  Argumentation and Advocacy. 50(3), 290 – 309.
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Cozen, B.  (2013). The form of flow: melodrama’s competing vitalities in documentary film. Presented at National Communication Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
Cozen, B.  (2013). Mobile participation through North Dakota's oil boom. Presented at Conference on Communication and Environment, Uppsala, Sweden.
Cozen, B.  (2013). Stuck in automobile flows: labor mobility and the persistent promise of the American road. Presented at Western States Communication Association, Reno, NV.
Cozen, B., Endres, D., O’Byrne, M., Feldpausch-Parker, A., & Peterson, T.  (2013). Putting the U in carbon capture and storage: performances of rupture within the CCS scientific community. Presented at Conference on Communication and Environment, Uppsala, Sweden.
Cozen, B., & Gehl, R.  (2013). Let's ride the {computer} bus through the digital city. Presented at Cultural Studies Association, Chicago, IL.
Cozen, B.  (2012). Encountering long-distance train travel: Social interactions in a mobile space. Presented at Western States Communication Association, Albuquerque, NM.
Cozen, B.  (2011). Sustain! up, down, and cyclic visual metaphors in Green Patriot Posters. Presented at National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Cozen, B.  (2010). Powering our energy: Conceptions of energy in contemporary oil company advertising. Presented at Conference on Communication and the Environment, Orono, ME.
Cozen, B.  (2010). This pear is a rhetorical tool: food imagery in energy company advertising.  Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. 4(3), 355-370.
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Cozen, B.  (2009). Chevron’s advertising campaign as preemptive apologia. Presented at Western States Communication Association Conference, Mesa, AZ.
Cozen, B.  (2009). Powering our energy: Chevron and conceptions of energy in contemporary advertising. Presented at Communicating the Environment: An Interdisciplinary Graduate StudentConference, Seattle, WA.
Cozen, B.  (2009). Powering our energy: conceptions of energy in contemporary oil company advertising. Presented at Conference on Communication and the Environment, Portland, ME.
Cozen, B.  (2008). Bottling kids: age category constructions and cartoon network’s codename: kids next door. Presented at National Popular Culture & American Culture Associations 2008 Joint Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Cozen, B.  (2006). Differentiating multiple target audiences in contemporary children’s television images. Presented at Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Universal City, CA.