Below you can view essays that I have written as a part of my communication studies coursework. I will continue to update this section as I progress in my communication studies classes.
THE FOLLOWING ESSAY WAS WRITTEN FOR COMM 4635, PARIS AND ITS SYMBOLS, DURING MY SUMMER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM IN PARIS, FRANCE. I’m in Love with the Eiffel Tower: How Objectùm Sexuals’ Identities Are Transformed by Objects “You’re steel. I’m flesh. You rust. I bleed. You stand so tall. I look so meek. You’re cold. I’m … More I’m in Love with the Eiffel Tower
THE FOLLOWING ESSAY WAS WRITTEN FOR COMM 4800, INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION, DURING MY SUMMER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM IN PARIS, FRANCE. “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”: A Comparison Between Communication Behaviors in American and French Restaurants “Good afternoon! Welcome to Kirby G’s Diner. How may I help you?” “How many people are in … More Intercultural Communication
In the following literature review and popular culture critique, I will examine four peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles, and then, I will assess a popular culture artifact by applying concepts from my research. The main question I hope to explore through my research is simply, “How do atmospherics rhetorically affect consumers?” I aim to learn how … More Literature Review and Popular Culture Critique