Once upon a time, the only way to answer the question was informally; that is, by offering an opinion or directing the inquirer to someone who had experience in the area. Recently, however, the process has been formalized and expanded through various written materials. Rather than keeping lists of films in our heads, we can now refer people to articles, textbooks, and documents. The new trick is remembering the references for these works in circulation. This article is an attempt to remedy that problem. We offer here a list of resources for those who want ideas for using feature films in their communication courses.
Copyright © 1994 Speech and Theater Association of Missouri. This article first appeared in Speech and Theater Association of Missouri Journal 24 (1994), 71-76.
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Proctor, II, Russell F., and Scott D. Johnson. "Feature Films for Communication Courses: A Bibliography." Speech and Theater Association of Missouri Journal 24 (1994): 71-76.