Human communication ranges from the one-on-one encounter to the broadcasting of ideas and information to millions through the mass media. The two majors offered by the Department of Communication provide an extensive sampling of the full variety of communication activities--in theory, practical application and performance--in radio, television, internet, newspaper, magazines, advertising, rhetoric and public relations.

Collected here are honors theses produced by students in Department of Communication at the College at Brockport.

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Theses from 2015

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The Dramatistic Implications of Burke's Guilt Redemption Cycle in the Donald Sterling Communication Crisis, Molly J. Billings

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Effects of New Media on Youth Ministry, Brian Markley

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How Can Positive Psychology Be Applied to Inform and Promote Positive Communication in the Workplace?, Amber Mye

Theses from 2013

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Hearing the Film: The Emotional Effect of Sound in Film, Alec Richardson

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Sam Cookies: Sleuth Tales, Kiefer Schenk

Theses from 2011

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The Experience of Studying Abroad and Creation of a “How to Study Abroad Guide”, Allison Baldwin

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Promotional Video for the Brockport Newman Center: A Reflection on the Process and Experience of Creating a Promotional Video, Sarah E. Mess

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"The Subjectivity of Objective News: An Analysis of Bias in The New York Times’ Education, Christopher Wells

Theses from 2010

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Everyone’s a Critic: Film Criticism Through History and Into the Digital Age, James Battaglia