Vol. 49 Nbr. 2, September 2012
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- Ghetto kids gone good: race, representation, and authority in the scripting of inner-city youths in the urban debate league.
- Debate, diversity, and adult learners: the experiences of foreign nationals in the U.s. State Department.
- There they go again: the use of humor in presidential debates 1960-2008.
- Re-reading Habermas's Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere against the grain: toward a dialectical theory of responsible party discourse.
- The place of religion in Habermas's transformed public sphere.
- The public sphere and rhetorical criticism: a cautionary tale.
- What is Habermas's 'better argument' good for?
- The orientational transformations in any public sphere: Deweyan thoughts on Habermas, habits, and free communication.