This collection reflects the breadth of Political Science Professor G.R. Boynton's research career. At present he is focused on researching how new media trends such as micro-blogging and streaming video are transforming the way people exchange political information. The fleeting nature of digital communication has necessitated the capturing and archiving of various communication streams. Boynton’s growing collections of these communications include: • Twitter data streams about politics • Streaming campaign videos (http://digital.lib.uiowa.edu/pcv) Analysis of this data can be found in an occasional series: • New Media research reports Dr. Boynton is making available this source data in hopes that other scholars will further this work.
Laughing All the Way to Washington: Humor in Presidential Telespots (with John. S. Nelson), Poroi (2008)
Globalizing Political Action: Building bin Laden and Getting Ready for 9/11 (with Francis A. Beer), American Communication Journal (2004)
As globalization gathers momentum at the beginning of the 21st century, global communication is increasingly...
Rhetorics of Political Advertising (with John S. Nelson) (1997)
New Technologies and New Directions (with Sheila Creth) (1993)
Legislative Systems In Developing Countries (with C L. Kim) (1975)
Contributions to Books
"Paths Through the Minefields of Foreign Policy Space: Practical Reasoning in the U.S. Senate Discourse about Cambodia," (with Francis A. Beer), Metaphorical World Politics (2004)
Legislatures, Routledge Encyclopedia of Government and Politics (2003)
"Talking About Dying: Rhetorical Phases of the Somalian Intervention," (with Francis A. Beer), Meanings of War and Peace (2001)
How Past is Present in Writing International Affairs: Telling the Cambodian Story, The Theory and Practice of Political Communication Research (1996)
Our Conversations about Governing, Political Communication Research (1996)
The Art of Campaign Advertising, -- (1996)
Three Principles of Governing (with W H. Kwon), -- (1978)
Evaluation of General Research Support Program, National Institutes of Health (with Sidney G. Roth), -- (1969)
It was but a drop in a roiling stream of 50 million messages a day....
"AG Holder: We'll read miranda rights to Bin Laden's corpse, http://bit.ly/9opKoe" 3/17/2010 8:02 AM
Globalizing Sympathy (with Francis A. Beer), Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference on Argumentation (2005)
Sound arguments, (with John S. Nelson), Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Argumentation. (1998)
How Music and Image Deliver Argument in Political Advertisements on Television, (with John Nelson), proceedings of the ninth SCA/AFA conference on argumentation, (1995)
Speaking About Dying, (with Francis A. Beer), proceedings of the ninth SCA/AFA conference on argumentation (1995)
Crossing The World Order Divide (with Peggy Dozark), Proceedings of the Eighth Conference on ArgumentatiSpeech Communicaton Associationon (1993)
Twitter data stream: Oprah announces retirement in 2011, G. R. Boynton's New Media and Politics (2009)
It's into pop culture -- Oprah will retire in September of 2011. And that is...