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"If you are looking for an academic program that emphasizes connection between students, the community, and their studies, then communication is the best choice for you."

Trudy L. Hanson, Ed.D.
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  • Communication & Mass Media Complete (CMMC)  
    Most comprehensive coverage for communications and mass media issues. Includes full text from 300 journals, plus cover-to-cover indexing of more than 400 core journals. About two dozen are indexed from the inaugural issue forward. Coverage includes advertising, rhetoric, communication disorders and much more.

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