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Abbatangelo-Gray, J., Kennedy, M.G., Cole, G.E., Baur, C., Bernhardt, J., Cho, H., Denniston, R., Farrelly, M., Figueroa, M.E., Hornik, R., Kreps, G.L., Middlestadt, S., Parrott, R., Slater, M., Snyder, L., & Storey, D. (2007). Guidance for evaluating mass communication health initiatives: Summary of an expert panel discussion sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 30(3), 229-253.

Afifi, W. A., Morgan, S. E., Stephenson, M., Morse, C., Harrison, T. R., Reichert, T., & Long, S. D. (2006). Examining the decision to talk about organ donation: Applying the theory of motivated information management. Communication Monographs, 73(2), 188-215.

Agne, R., Thompson, T. L., & Cusella, L. P. (2000) Stigma in the line of face: Self-disclosure of patients’ HIV status to health care providers. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 28, 235-261.

Ainsworth-Vaughn, N. (1998). Claiming power in doctor-patient talk. Oxford University Press.

Anspach, R.  (1993). Deciding who lives: Fateful choices in the intensive-care nursery.  University of California Press.

*Arduser, L. (2011). Warp and weft: Weaving the discussion threads of an online Community. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 41(1), 5-31.

Armstrong, D. (2002). A new history of identity: A sociology of medical knowledge. Palgrave.

Atkinson, P. (1995). Medical talk and medical work: The liturgy of the clinic. Sage.

Balsamo, A. (1999). Technologies of the gendered body: Reading cyborg women. Duke University Press.

Barton, E. (2000). The interactional practices of referrals and accounts in medical discourse: Expertise and compliance.  Discourse Studies, 2(3), 259-81.

Barton, E. (2001). Design in observational research in medicine: Toward disciplined interdisciplinarity.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 15, 309-332.

Barton, E. (2004). Discourse methods and critical practice in professional communication: The front-stage and back-stage discourse of prognosis in medicine. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 18(1), 67-111.

Barton, E. (2007). Situating End-of-Life Decision-Making in a Hybrid Ethical Frame. Communication & Medicine, 4, 131-140.

Barton, E. (2011). Speaking for another:  Ethics-in-interaction in medical encounters.  In S. Sarangi & C. Candlin (Eds.), The Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions (pp. 215-234). Mouton de Gruyter.

Bass, Jeff. D. (1998). Hearts of darkness and hot zones: The ideologeme of imperial contagion in recent accounts of viral outbreaks. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 84(4), 430-447.

Bates, B. R. (2005). Care of the self and patient participation in genetic discourse: A Foucauldian reading of the surgeon general’s “My family history project.” Journal of Genetic Counseling, 14, 423-434.

Bates, B. R. (2005). Senator Bill Frist and the medical jeremiad, Journal of Medical Humanities, 26(4), 259-272.

Bates, B. R., Templeton, A., Achter, P. J., Harris, T. M., & Condit, C. M. (2003). What does “a gene for heart disease” mean? A focus group study of public understandings of genetic risk factors. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 119A, 156-161.

Bates, B. R., Poirot, K., Harris, T. M., Achter, P. J., & Condit, C. M. (2004). Evaluating direct-to-consumer marketing of race-based pharmacogenomics: A focus group study of public understandings of applied genomic medication, Journal of Health Communication, 9(6), 541-559.

Bates, B.R., Lynch J. A., Bevan, J.L., & Condit, C.M. (2005). Warranted concerns, warranted outlooks: A focus group study of public opinion about genetics research. Social Science and Medicine, 60, 331-344.

Bennett, J. A. (2008). Passing, protesting, and the arts of resistance: Infiltrating the ritual space of blood donation. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 94(1), 23-43

Bennett, J. A. (2009). Banning queer blood: Rhetorics of citizenship, contagion, and resistance. University of Alabama Press.

Berg, M., and Mol, A. (Eds.). (1998). Differences in medicine: Unraveling practices, techniques, and bodies. Duke University Press.

*Berger, K. A., Lynch, J. A., Prows, C. A., Spiegel, R. M., & Myers, M. F. (2013). Mothers’ perceptions of family health history and an online parent-generated family health history tool.  Clinical Pediatrics, 52(1), 74-81.

Berkenkotter, C. (2008). Patient tales: Case histories and the uses of narrative in psychiatry. University of South Carolina Press.

Bernhardt, S. A. (1995). Technology-driven documentation in the pharmaceutical industry. Journal of Computer Systems Documentation, 19(4), 13-18.

Bernhardt, S. A. (2003). Improving document review practices in pharmaceutical companies. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 17(4), 439-473.

Bernhardt, S. A., & McCulley, G. A. (2000). Knowledge management and pharmaceutical development teams: Using writing to guide science. Joint issue of Technical Communication, 47(1) and IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 43, 22-34.

Bevan, J. L., Lynch, J.A., Dubriwny, T.N., Harris, T. M., Achter, P. J., Reeder, A. L., & Condit, C. M. (2003). Informed lay preferences for delivery of racially varied pharmacogenomics, Genetics in Medicine, 5, 393-399.

Bliss, M. (2007). The discovery of insulin. University of Chicago Press.

Blume, S. S. (1997). The rhetoric and counter-rhetoric of a “bionic” technology. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 22(1), 31-36.

*Branson, C. F. (2012). ‘I want to be one less’: The rhetoric of choice in Gardasil ads. The Communication Review, 15(2), 144-158.

Brashers, D. E., Neidig, J. L., Reynolds, N. R., & Haas, S. M. (1998). Uncertainty in illness across the HIV/AIDS trajectory. Journal of the Association of Nursing in AIDS Care, 9(1), 66-77.

Brashers, D. E., Haas, S. M., & Neidig, J. L. (1999). The patient self-advocacy scale (PSAS): Measuring patient involvement in health care decision-making interactions. Health Communication, 11(2), 97-121.

Brashers, D. E., Neidig, J., Cardillo, L., Dobbs, L., Russell, J. A., & Haas, S. M. (1999). “In an important way I did die”: Uncertainty and revival in persons living with HIV and AIDS. AIDS Care: Psychological & Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 11(2), 201-219.

Brashers, D. E., Neidig, J. L., Haas, S. M., Dobbs, L. K., Cardillo, L. W., & Russell, J. A. (2000). Communication in the management of uncertainty: The case of persons living with HIV or AIDS. Communication Monographs, 67, 63-84.

Brashers, D. E., Haas, S. M., Klingle, R. S., & Neidig, J. L. (2000). Collective AIDS activism and individual self-advocacy in physician-patient communication. Human Communication Research, 26, 372-402.

Brashers, D. E., Haas, S. M., and Neidig, J. L. (2002). Satisfying the argumentative requirements. In F. H. van Eemeren (Ed.), Advances in Pragma-Dialectics (pp. 291-308). Vale Press.

Brashers, D. E., Haas, S. M., Neidig, J. L., & Rintamaki, L. (2002). Social activism, self-advocacy, and coping with HIV illness. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 19, 113-133.

Brashers, D. E., Neidig, J. L., Russell, J. A., Cardillo, L. W., Haas, S. M., Dobbs, L. K., Garland, M., McCartney, B., & Nemeth, S. (2003). The medical, personal, and social causes of uncertainty in HIV illness. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 24, 497-522.

Brodkin, L. C. (2002). Rhetorical training for physician Assistants: Reuniting the Science of Medical Care and the Art of Medical Rhetoric. Diss. New Mexico SU, 2002. Print.

Brody, H. (1987). Stories of Sickness. Yale University Press.

Brouwer, D. (1998). The precarious visibility politics of self-stigmatization: The case of HIV/AIDS tattoos. Text and Performance Quarterly, 18(2), 114-136.

Brown, M.H., & Kreps, G.L. (1993). Narrative analysis and organizational development. In S.L. Herndon & G.L. Kreps (Eds.), Qualitative research: Applications in organizational communication (pp. 47-62). Hampton Press.

Brueggemann, B. J., Dunn, P., White, L. F., Heifferon, B., & Cheu, J. (2001). Becoming visible: Lessons in disability. College Composition and Communication, 52(3), 368-398.

*Burleson, D. (2013). Communication challenges in the hospital setting: A comparative case study of hospitalists’ and patients’ perceptions. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 28(2), 187-221.

Bute, J., Harter, L., Kirby, E., & Thompson, M. (2010). Politicizing personal choices? The storying of age-related infertility in public discourses. In S. Hayden & D. L. O’Brien Hallstein (Eds.), Contemplating maternity in an era of choice: Explorations into discourse of reproduction (pp. 49-72). Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc.

Bute, J. J., Quinlan, M. M., & Quandt, L. (2016). Informing or exploiting? Public responses to Giuliana Rancic’s health narrative. Health Communication, 31(8) 1008-1018.

Carmack, H. J., Bates, B. R., & Harter, L. M. (2008). Narrative constructions of health care issues and policies: The case of President Clinton’s apology-by-proxy for the Tuskegee syphilis experiment. Journal of Medical Humanities, 29(2), 89-109.

Cartwright, L. (1995).  Screening the body: Tracing medicine’s visual culture. University of Minnesota Press.

Casper, M. (1998). The making of the unborn patient: A social anatomy of fetal surgery. Rutgers University Press.

Cassell, E. (2004). The nature of suffering and the goals of medicine. (2nd ed.) Oxford University Press.

*Ceccarelli, L. (2011). Manufacturing scientific controversy: Science, rhetoric, and public debate, Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 14(2), 195-228.

Chambers, T. (2006). Closet cases: Queering bioethics through narrative. Literature and Medicine, 25(2), 402-411.

Chang, B. L., Bakken, S., Brown, S. S., Houston, T. K., Kreps, G. L., Kukafka, R., Safran, C., & Stavri. P.Z. (2010). Bridging the digital divide: Reaching vulnerable populations. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 11(6), 448-457.

Charon, R. (2006).  Narrative medicine: Honoring the stories of illness.  Oxford.

Charon, R., & Motello, M. (Eds.). (2002). Stories matter: The role of narrative in medical ethics. Routledge.

Cheng, Y., Condit, C. M., & Flannery, D. (2008). Depiction of gene-environment relationships in online medical recommendations. Genetics in Medicine, 10(6), 450-456.

Christakis, N. (1999). Death foretold: Prophesy and prognosis in medical care. University of Chicago Press.

Christiansen, A., & Hanson, J. (1996). Comedy as cure for tragedy: ACT UP! and the rhetoric of AIDS. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 82, 157-170.

Chumbler, N.R., Kobb, R., Harris, L., Richardson, L.C., Darkins, A., Sberna, M., Dixit, N., Donaldson, M., & Kreps, G.L. (2007). Healthcare utilization among veterans undergoing chemotherapy: The impact of a cancer care coordination/home telehealth program. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 30(4), 308-317.

Clark, R. B. (2003). The law most beautiful and best: Medical argument and magical rhetoric in Plato’s Laws. Lexington Books.

Condit, C. (1984). The contemporary American abortion controversy: Stages in the argument. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 70, 410-424.

Condit, C. (1990). Decoding abortion rhetoric: Communicating social change. University of Illinois Press.

Condit, C. (1993). The new science of human reproduction: The inadequacies of “disciplines” for the understanding of human life (Critical Review Essay) Quarterly Journal of Speech, 79, 232-265.

Condit, C. M. (1994). Hegemony in a mass mediated society: Concordance about reproductive technologies. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 11(3), 205-230.

Condit, C. M. (1995). Contributions of the rhetorical perspective to the placement of medical genetics, Communication Studies, 46(2), 118-129.

Condit, C. (1996). How bad science stays that way: Of brain sex, demarcation, and the status of truth in the rhetoric of science. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 26, 83-109.

Condit, C. M. (1999). How the public understands genetics: Non-deterministic and non-discriminatory interpretations of the “blueprint” metaphor. Public Understandings of Science, 8(3), 169-180.

Condit, C. (1999). The meanings of the gene: Public debates about heredity. University of Wisconsin Press.

Condit, C.M. (2001). Rhetorical formations of genetics in science and society, Rhetoric Review, 20, 12-17.

Condit, C.M. (2001). What is “public opinion” about genetics? Nature Reviews: Genetics, 2, 811-815.

Condit, C. M. (2004). The meaning and effects of discourse about genetics: Methodological variations in studies of discourse and social change. Discourse and Society, 15(4), 391-407.

Condit, C. M. (2004). Science reporting to the public—does the message get twisted? Canadian Medical Association Journal, 170(9), 1415-1416.

Condit, C. M. (2007). How culture and science make race “genetic”: Motives and strategies for discrete categorization of the continuous and heterogeneous. Literature and Medicine, 26(1), 240-268.

Condit, C. M. (2007). How geneticists can help reporters to get their story right. Nature Reviews Genetics, 8, 815-820.

Condit, C. M. (2008). Feminist biologies: Revising feminist strategies and biological science. Sex Roles, 59, 492-503.

Condit, C. M. (2008). Race and genetics from a modal materialist perspective. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 94(4), 383-406.

Condit, C. M. (2010). Public understanding of genetics and health. Clinical Genetics, 77, 1-9.

Condit, C. & Lucaites, J. L. (1993). Crafting equality: America’s Anglo/African word.   University of Chicago Press.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R. L., & O’Grady, B. (2000). Principles and practice of communication processes for genetics in public health. In M. J. Khoury, W. Burke, & E. Thomson (Eds.), Genetics and Public Health: Translating Advances in Human Genetics into Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (pp. 549-568). Oxford University Press.

Condit, C. M., Condit, D. M., & Achter, P. (2001). Human equality, affirmative action and genetic models of human variation. Rhetoric and Public Affairs, 4(1), 85-108.

Condit, C. M., Ferguson, A., Kassel, R., Thadhani, C., Gooding, H. C., & Parrott, R. (2001). An exploratory study of the impact of news headlines on genetic determinism. Science Communication, 22, 379-395.

Condit, C.M., Achter, P., Lauer, I., & Sefcovic, E. (2002). The changing meaning of “mutation”: a contextualized discourse study. Human Mutation, 19, 69-75.

Condit, C. M., Bates, B. R., Galloway, R., Givens, S. B., Haynie, C. K., Jordan, J. W., et al. (2002). Recipes or blueprints for our genes? How contexts selectively activate the multiple meanings of metaphors. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 88(3), 303-326.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R.L., Harris, T. M. (2002, October). Lay understandings of the relationship between race and genetics, Public Understanding of Science, 11, 373-387.

Condit, C. M., Bates, B. R., Galloway, R., Brown Givens, S., Haynie, C.K., Jordan, J.W., Stables, G., & West, H.M. (2002). Recipes or blueprints for our genes? How contexts selectively activate the multiple meanings of metaphors, Quarterly Journal of Speech, 88, 303-325.

Condit, C. M., Condit, D. M., Dubriwny, T., Sefcovic, E. (2003). Lay understandings of sex/gender and genetics: A methodology that preserves polyvocal coder input. Sex Roles, 49, 557-570.

Condit, C. M., Templeton, A. Bates, B. R., Bevan, J. L, & Harris T. M. (2003). Attitudinal barriers to delivery of race-targeted pharmacogenomics among informed lay persons. Genetics in Medicine, 5(5), 385-392.

Condit, C. & Parrott, R. (2004). Perceived levels of health risk associated with linguistic descriptors and type of disease. Science Communication, 26, 152-161.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R.L., Bates, B.R., Bevan, J.L., & Achter, P.J. (2004). Exploration of the impact of messages about genes and race on lay attitudes. Clinical Genetics, 66, 402-408.

Condit, C. M., Lynch, J.,A., Dubriwny, T., & Parrott, R.L. (2004, October). Lay understanding and preference against use of the term “mutation.” American Journal of Medical Genetics, 130A, 245-250.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R.L., Harris, T.M., Lynch, J.A., & Dubriwny, T. (2004). The role of “genetics” in popular understandings of race in the United States. Public Understanding of Science, 13, 249-272.

Condit, C.M., Dubriwny, T.N., Lynch, J.A., & Parrott, R.L. (2004). Lay people’s understandings of and preference against the term “mutation.” American Journal of Medical Genetics, 130A, 245-250.

Condit, C. & Bates, B. (2005). How lay people respond to messages about genetics, health, and race. Clinical Genetics, 68, 97-105.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R. L., & Harris T. M. (2006). Laypeople and behavioral genetics. In E. Parens, A. R. Chapman, & N. Press (Eds.), Wrestling with Behavioral Genetics: Science: Ethics, and Public Conversation (pp. 286-308). Johns Hopkins University Press.

Condit, C. M., & Railsback, L. B. (2007). Generalization through similarity: Motif discourse in the discovery and elaboration of zinc finger proteins. Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Collaboration, 2(1), 5.

Condit, C. M., Gronnvoll, M., Landau, J., Shen, L., Wright, L., & Harris, T.M. (2009). Believing in both genetic determinism and behavioral action: A materialist framework and implications, Public Understanding of Science, 18(6),730-746.

*Condit, C. M., Lynch, J. & Winderman, E. (2012). Recent rhetorical studies in public understanding of science: Multiple purposes and strengths. Public Understanding of Science, 21(4), 386-400.

Couser, Thomas. (1997). Recovering bodies: Illness, disability, and life-writing. University of Wisconsin Press.

Cree, R. A., Lynch, J. A., Au, M. G., & Myers, M. F. (2009). Decisions to seek healthcare based on family health history among urban Appalachian women. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 18, 534-550.

*Cuppan, G. P., & Bernhardt, S. A. (2012). Missed opportunities in the review and revision of clinical study reports. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 26(2), 131-170.

Dautermann, J. (1997). Writing at good hope: A study of negotiated composition in a community of nurses. Ablex.

Davis, L. J. (1995). Enforcing normalcy: Disability, deafness, and the body. Verso.

*Davis, L. (Ed.) (2010). The disability studies reader (3rd ed.). Routledge.

Derkatch, C. (2008). Method as argument: Boundary work in evidence-based medicine. Social Epistemology, 23(4), 371-88.

*Derkatch, C. (2012). Demarcating medicine’s boundaries: Constituting and categorizing in the journals of the American Medical Association. Technical Communication Quarterly, 21(3), 210-29.

Derkatch, C. & Segal, J. Z. (2005) Realms of rhetoric in health and medicine. University of Toronto Medical Journal, 82(2),138-142.

Detweiler, J., & Peyton, C. (1999). Defining occupations: A chronotopic study of narrative genres in a health discipline’s emergence.  Written Communication, 16(4), 412-468.

Diedrich, L. (2007). Treatments: Languages, politics, and the culture of illness. University of Minnesota Press.

Ding, H. (2009). Rhetorics of alternative media in an emerging epidemic: SARS, censorship, and extra-institutional risk communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 18(4), 327- 350.

Donnelly, B. Doyle, D., Cadegan, U., Thompson, T., Voydanoff, P. & Wagner. J. M. (1996). The Challenge of adolescent health: Views from Catholic social teaching and the social and medical sciences. Univ. Press of America, Inc.

Dow, B.J. & Condit, C.M. (2005). The state of the art in feminist scholarship in communication, Journal of Communication, 55(3), 448-478.

Dubriwny, T. N. (2005). Consciousness-raising as collective rhetoric: The Redstockings’ abortion speak-out of 1969,” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 91(4), 395-422.

Dubrwiny, T. N. (2009). Constructing breast cancer in the news: Betty Ford and the evolution of the breast cancer patient. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 33(2), 104-125.

Dubrwiny, T. N. (2010). Television news coverage of postpartum disorders and the politics of medicalization. Feminist Media Studies, 10(3), 285-303.

*Dubrwiny, T. N. (2012). The vulnerable empowered woman: Feminism, postfeminism, and women’s health. Rutgers University Press.

Duden, B. (1993).  Disembodying women: Perspectives on pregnancy and the unborn (L. Hoincaki. Trans.) Harvard University Press.

Dumit, J. (2004). Picturing personhood: Brain scans and biomedical identity. Princeton University Press.

*Dutta, M. J., Dillard, S., Kumar, R., Sastry, S., Jones, C., Anele, A., Dutta, U., Collins, W., Okoror, T., & Robinson, C. (2013). Relational tensions in academic-community partnerships in the culture-centered approach (CCA): Negotiating communication in creating spaces for voices. In M. J. Dutta & G. Kreps (Eds.) Reducing health disparities: Communication interventions, Peter Lang, pp. 457-479.

Egbert, N, Sparks, L., Kreps, G.L., & Du Pré, A. (2008). Finding meaning in the journey: Methods of spiritual coping for aging cancer patients. In L. Sparks, D., O’Hair, & G.L. Kreps (Eds.), Cancer communication and aging (pp. 277-291). Hampton Press.

*Eggly, S., Barton, E., Winckles, A., Penner, L. A., & Albrecht, T. L. (2013). A disparity of words: racial differences in oncologist–patient communication about clinical trials. Health Expectations, 16, 1316-1326.

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Ellingson, L. L. (2000). Style, substance, and standpoint: A feminist critique of Bernie Siegel’s rhetoric of self-healing. Women’s Studies in Communication, 23, 63-90.

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Emmons, K. K. (2010). Black dogs and blue words: Depression and gender in the age of self-care. Rutgers University Press.

Endres, D. (2009). Science and public participation: An analysis of public scientific argument in the Yucca Mountain controversy. Environmental Communication, 3(1), 49-75.

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Epstein, S. (1996). Impure science: AIDS, activism, and the politics of knowledge. University of California Press.

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*Finnegan, C. A., & Keränen, L. (2011). Addressing the epidemic of epidemics: Germs, security, and a call for biocriticism. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 97(2), 224-244.

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Ford, J. D., Bernhardt, S. A., & Cuppan, G. (2004). From medical writer to communication specialist: Expanding roles and contributions in pharmaceutical organizations. American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) Journal, 19(2), 4-8.

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*Frost, E. A. (2013). Transcultural risk communication on Dauphin Island: An analysis of ironically located responses to the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Technical Communication Quarterly, 22(1), 50-66.

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Gallant, L. M., Irizarry, C., & Kreps, G. L. (2007). User-centric hospital websites: A case for trust and personalization. e-Service Journal, 5(2), 5-26.

*Gallant, L. M., Irizarry, C., Boone, G. M., & Kreps, G. L. (2011). Promoting participatory medicine with social media: New media applications on hospital websites that enhance health education and e-patients’ voice. Journal of Participatory Medicine, 3, e49.

Ganesh, S., Zoller, H. M., & Cheney, G. (2005). Transforming resistance, broadening our boundaries: Critical organizational communication meets globalization from below. Communication Monographs, 72, 169-191.

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*Gillespie, S. R. (2001). The politics of breathing: Asthmatic Medicaid patients under managed care. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 29(2), 97-116.

Gillotti, C., Thompson, T. L., & McNeilis, K. (2002). Communicative competence in the delivery of bad news. Social Science and Medicine, 54, 1011-1023.

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Graham, S. S. (2009). Agency and the rhetoric of medicine: Biomedical brain scans and the ontology of fibromyalgia. Technical Communication Quarterly, 18(4), 376-404.

*Graham, S. S. (2011). Dis-ease or disease? Ontological rarefaction in the medical-industrial complex. Journal of Medical Humanities, 32(3), 167-187.

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*Gronnvoll, M. & Landau, J. (2010). From viruses to Russian roulette to dance: A Rhetorical critique and creation of genetic metaphors. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 40(1), 46-70.

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*Gruber, D., Jordan L. J., Keränen, L., McKenzie, J. M., & Morris, M. B. (2011). Rhetoric and the neurosciences: Engagement and exploration. POROI: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetorical Analysis and Invention 7(1), 1-13.

Haas, S. M. (2002). Social support as relationship maintenance in gay male couples coping with HIV. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 19, 87-111.

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