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Communication may be found in many sections of the library. Begin by doing a "Keyword" search in the MU Catalog for phrases such as "women and advertising", "intercultural communication", or "organizational communication". Search the catalog record for appropriate titles to identify subject headings. When subject heading is known, search the "Subject Heading" index. Examples of Library of Congress Subject Headings are: interpersonal communication; mass media; communication in organizations.
Below is a sampling of recently published books on various aspects of Communication available at the MU Library.
Handbook of Mass Media Ethics
Handbook of Research on New Literacies
Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts
P91.3 .H36 1997 (2 vols, 2nd v. 2008)
Journalism: A Guide to the Reference Literature
Power of the News Media
SAGE Handbook of Nonverbal Communication
SAGE Handbook of Political Advertising