Faculty Research & Publications

Mark Ludwig

  • Papers Endorse Republicans in Nearly 60% of Races
  • And Now, a Word (or 14) About Editors
  • Modern News Editing, 5th edition
  • First Amendment 101: A Guide to Free Speech, Free Press and Related Rights in California High Schools, with Terry Francke, California First Amendment Coalition
  • Look Out for More Blairs
  • Students Come to Sacramento for Capital Journalism Day
  • Drawing Inspiration From Our Mentors
  • Business Journalists Need Specialized Finance Training

Mark Stoner


  • Stoner, M. & Perkins, S. (2005). Making sense of messages: A critical  apprenticeship in rhetorical criticism. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin
  • Stoner, M. & Perkins, S. (2005). Instructor’s resource manual for making sense of messages: A critical apprenticeship in rhetorical criticism. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin.
  • Stoner, M. (2002). Training for change: A quick guide for trainers. Sacramento: CPOST.

Articles in Professional Journals:

  • Stoner, M. & Ah Yun, K. (2010).  Instant discussion design for the busy professor. CSUInstitute for Teaching and Learning Connections, 3 (2). Available online at:http://www.calstate.edu/itl/newsletter/10-winter.shtml
  • Stoner, M. (2007). PowerPoint in a new key. Communication Education, 56, 354- 382
  • Stoner, M. (2007). Uncovering the Powers within PowerPoint®. Communication Currents.2 (4). Available http://www.communicationcurrents.com/ 
  • Halgas, J. & Stoner, M. (2007). Partnership in practice: Fostering a mentoring relationship to meet the challenges of a large legal environment of business class. Journal of Legal Studies in Education, 24, 109-127. 
  • Ah Yun, K., Papalewis, R. & M. Stoner. (2006). Disseminating STEM teaching practices: The role centers for teaching and learning can initiate in colleges and universities.  Journal of Metropolitan Universities, 17, 66- 76.
  • Stoner, M. (November 2005). Instant discussions: High level, student constructed, concept driven.” The Successful Professor 4, 11-13
  • Stoner, M. (1990). Ideology, power and freedom of speech. In V. Vitanza and M. Ballif, (Eds.). Realms of rhetoric: Phonic, graphic, electronic. Arlington, TX: Rhetoric Society of America. 
  • Stoner, M. (1988) Understanding social movement rhetoric as social intervention. The Speech Communication Annual 3, 27-43.
  • Stoner, M. (1986). The art of learning, the art of teaching and the art of Rhetoric: A modern trivium. The Ohio Speech Journal 24, 35-5 1. (ERIC # ED 271 793) 
  • Stoner, M. (1986). Symbolic balance and social change. Faculty Journal 1, 79-95.

David Zuckerman

  • Schreiner, M. A., Williams, M. A. E., & Zuckerman, S. D. (2011). (Un)Reasonable voices: Perelman’s universal voice and Al-Qaeda’s Inspire magazine.
  • Zuckerman, S.D. (2009). On crafting a Gebserian model for peace negotiations.
  • Zuckerman, S.D. (2008).  Ask-a-Rabbi.com as a way to reconnect to Judaism.
  • Zuckerman, S.D. (2008).  The world is not flat: Hills, valleys, and walls in the global city.
  • ZuckermanS. D. (2007).  Integration? Integrality? Systasis? On the Creation of Shared Government and Home Rule in Northern Ireland.
  • Zuckerman, S. D. (2006).  Journey of a Jewish ethnographer.
  • Zuckerman, S. D. (2006).  Gebserian integrality at the Passover seder.
  • Zuckerman, S. D. (2006). Gebserian ex-nihilo.  
  • Zuckerman, S. D. (2005, December 21st).  Corporate Creation of Nostalgia.  Invited lecture, Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C., Canada.
  • Zuckerman, S. D. (2005).  To argue you have no opinion is to insult people: Gebserian analysis of identity in Northern Ireland.  Communication, Comparative Cultures, and Civilization Annual, Volume 1.   Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press.