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Education
  • BA 1974; Southwest Missouri State University, History and Journalism
  • MA 1981; Southwest Missouri State University, History
  • PhD 1993; University of Missouri, Communication

Courses Taught
  • Mass Media and Society
  • Mass Media
  • Media Practicum
  • Public Relations Case Problems
  • Honors in Oral Communication
  • Honors Mass Media
  • Introduction to Mass Media

Professional Organizations
  • Broadcasting Educational Association
  • National Speech Association
  • Central States Speech Association
  • University Film and Video

Research Interest
  • First Amendment Law
  • Radion Act of 1927
  • Mass Media Effects
  • Mass Media and Female Images


Roberts, Van and Mark Goodman. "Dirty Harry as Pornography: Revealing the Unrevealed" Media Watch 4.1 (2013): 74-83.
McCorkle, Steven Kevin Armstrong, Mark Goodman, and Janice Giddens. "Freshman 15: Are Universities Doing Enough?" Media Watch 4.2 (2013): 236-247.
Nicholson, John, Shane T. Warren, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Mark Goodman, Jim Codling, Thomas Robinson, and Jee Young Chung. "STEM Research: What the Pictures Tell Us" The International Journal of Science and Society 4 (2013): 1-15.
Warren, Shane T., Joon Soo Lim, John Nicholson, Emily D. Ryalls, Skye C. Cooley, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, James Codling, Thomas Robinson, and Laci Kyles. "The Effect of Participants' Race and Gender on Perceptions of STEM and Non-STEM Images of Women" The International Journal of Science in Society 4.3 (2013): 63-73.
Goodman, Mark. "Why the Town Hall Format is Best" (2012):
Roberts, Van and Mark Goodman. "Censorship and Casablanca" Media Watch 3.1 (2012): 61-67.
Goodman, Mark, Stephanie Rolph, and Katherine Goodman. "The Consumer Culture: From the Radio Act to iPhones" Media Watch 2.1 (2011): 35-42.
Goodman, Mark . "Emotions and Social Networking--Bret Favre Resigns" Media Watch 1.2 (2010): 66-75.
Codling, James L. and Mark Goodman. "Publishing in Geneva: Communication Meets Religion" International Journal of Business and Social Science 1.1 (2010): 181-185.
Cho , Seungho, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Jim Codling, and Thomas Robinson. "Images of Women in STEM Field" Journal of Science Communication 8.3 (2009): 1-5.
Roberts, Van and Mark Goodman. "Hierarchies Flip: The Departed Wins, Smith Loses" Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri 39 (2009): 62-73.
Goodman, Mark . "The Praxis of Coercion by American Presidents in Times of Crisis" Communication of Law Review 8.2 (2008): 25-41.
Goodman, Mark. "Review of the book Freedom from Advertising: E.W. Scripp's Chicago Experiment" Journalism History 34.1 (2008): 60.
Goodman, Mark, Carolyn Price-Adams, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Jim Codling, Jasna Vuk, S. Theresa Wheeler, Thomas Robinson, G.D. Smith Jr., and Christie Kleinmann. "Lucy, Angela, Maureen, Jane, and Katharine: Perceptions of Actresses as They Age" Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 1.2 (2007): 1-17.
Adams-Price, Carolyn, Jim Codling, Mark Goodman Kevin Kern, C.M. Kleinmann, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Rebekah Ray, Porter Roberts, and Pete Smith. "Empathic Resonance and Meryl Streep: How the Concept of Empathic Resonance Functions in Meryl Streep's Films" High Beam Encyclopedia (2006): 99-106.
Goodman, Mark. "Review of the book Real Emotional Logic: Film and Television Docudrama as Persuasive Practice" Journal of Film and Video 58.1-2 (2006): 112-113.
Roberts, Porter and Mark Goodman. "Apple's "Think Different" Campaign: Creating a Hegemonic Target Audience" Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri 36 (2006): 65-76.
Goodman, Mark. "Review of the book A Feminist Reader in Early Cinema" Journal of Film and Video 55.4 (2004): 54-55.
Arnett, Robert, Mark Goodman, and Jill Davis Coker. "The Intertextual Discourse of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut and Beavis and Butthead Do America" Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri 33(Fall) (2003): 24-43.
Oppenheimer, Bonnie, Carolyn Adams-Price, Mark Goodman, James Codling, and Jill Davis Coker. "Audience Perceptions of Strong Female Characters on Television" Communication Research Reports 20(Spring) (2003): 161-172.
Couvillion, Marion and Mark Goodman. "Translating for Kerrie: Turning Television Visuals into Touch Signifieds" Communicating Teacher, Winter 15.2 (2001): 11-13.
Goodman, Mark and Mark Gring. "The Radio Act of 1927: Progressive Ideology, Epistemology, and Praxis" Rhetoric & Public Affairs 3.3 (2000): 397-418.
Goodman, Mark and Mark Gring. "The Ideological Fight Over Creation of the Federal Radio Commission in 1927" Journalism History, Autumn (2000): 117-124.
Goodman, Mark. "Where There is Smoke, There's Fire: Jacob Frohwerk v. U.S." Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri 30(Fall) (2000):
Arnett, Robert and Mark Goodman. "From Screenplay to Film: Content Control in Top Gun" Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri 29 (Fall) (1999): 48-59.
Skinner, Christopher H., Daniel H. Robinson, Heather E. Sterling, and Mark A. Goodman. "Effects of Advertisement Speech Rates: on Feature Recognition, and Product and Speaker Ratings" International Journal of Listening 13 (1999): 97-110.
Goodman, Mark. "The Radio Act of 1927 as a Product of Progressivism" Mass Media Monographs (1999):
Goodman, Mark and B.J. LeJeune. "Translating Television for the Blind and Those with Low Vision" Feedback 40.4 (1999): 8-13.
Goodman, Mark. "Internet Communication and the First Amendment" Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri 28 (Fall) (1998): 59-70.
Goodman, Mark and Marion Couvillion. "The Submission and Resistance of Maggie O'Connell: Textual Struggle in Northern Exposure" Speech and Theatre Journal of Missouri 27(Fall) (1997): 49-55.
Forde, John E. and Mark Goodman. "Starkville United" The American School Board Journal 183.3 (1996): 20-22.
Goodman, Mark and Mark Gring. "The Internet: New Technology, Old Law" The Freeman 45.10 (1995): 637-639.
Goodman, Mark and J.R. Bender. "Report to the Freedom of Information Committee of the Associated Press Managing Editors" APME Convention (1990):
Goodman, Mark, Mark Gring, and Brian Anderson. "The Visual Byte: Bill Clinton and His Town Hall Meeting Style" Journal of Communication 1.1

Nicholson, John, Shane T. Warren, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Mark Goodman, Thomas Robinson, James Codling, SeungHo Cho, and Jee Young Chung. "Perception, Race, and Gender in Assessments of STEM and Non-STEM Images." Southern States Communication Association, April 11-15, 2012, San Antonio, TX. Top paper in Gender Studies: 2012.
Warren, Shane T., Joon Lim, John Nicholson, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Mark Goodman, James Codling, and Thomas Robinson. "Race and Gender Differences in Assessments of STEM and Non-STEM Images." Science in Society, November 15-17, 2012, University of California, Berkely, CA. 2012.
Nicholson, John, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, Thomas Robinson, and James Codling. "AAUW CAP Team Results:Breaking Through Barriers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics for Women and Girls ." Women in Engineering Pro-Active Network (WEPAN) Annual Conference, June 2011, Seattle, WA. 2011.
Oppenheimer, Bonnie, John Nicholson, Mark Goodman, Thomas Robinson, and James Codling. "STEM Research: What the Pictures Tell Us." Third International Conference on Science in Society, August 5, 2011, Washington, D.C.. 2011.
Cho , Seungho, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, James Codling, and Thomas Robinson. "The Effect of Brand Image on Consumer Evaluations." AGB and IALBSS Proceedings, November 13-14, 2009, Orlando, FL. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2009. paper 6.
Cho, SeungHo, Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, James Codling, and Thomas Robinson. "The Effect of Brand Images on Consumer Evaluations." International Academy of Linguistics, Behavoral, and Social Sciences, November 13-14, 2009, Orlando, FL. Best Paper Award, 2009.
Roberts, Van and Mark Goodman. "Casablanca--Are the French Worth Fighting For? Censorchip, Binary Oppositions, and Jack Warner." BEA, April 2008, Las Vegas, NV. 2008.
Oppenheimer, Bonnie, Seungho Cho, Mark Goodman, Jim Codling, Teresa Wheeler, and Thomas Robinson. "STEM Images." Proceedings of the Louisiana-Mississippi Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Spring 2008. MS: 2008. 1-11.
Oppenheimer, Bonnie, Mark Goodman, SeungHo Cho, Jim Codling, Thomas Robinson, and Serita T. Wheeler. "STEM Images." Louisiana/Mississippi Section of the Mathematical Association of America, February 29, 2008, Lake Charles, LA. 2008.
Goodman, Mark, Mark Gring, and Brian Anderson. "The Visual Byte: Bill Clinton and His Town Hall Meeting Style." AGB and IALBSS Proceedings, November 17-19, 2005. Miami: International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2005. paper 18.
Goodman, Mark, Porter Roberts, Carolyn Adams-Price, Pete Smith, Rebekah Ray, Jim Codling, and Bonnie Oppenheimer. "Empathic Resonance and Meryl Streep." AGB and IALBSS Proceedings, November 17-19, 2005, Miami, FL. International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2005. paper 19.
Adams-Price , Carolyn Mark Goodman, Bonnie Oppenheimer, James Codling, Porter Roberts, and Bretton Albrecht. "An Analysis of Aging Women in Film and Television." 20th Century Conference on Literature and Psychology, July 2-6, 2003, Greenwich, England. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 2003. 69-74.
Goodman, Mark. "Silent Cal's Voice Echoes Through the Radio Act of 1927." National Speech Association, 2002. 2002.
Philip, Thomas and Mark Goodman. "A Process for Reengineering Web Based Applications." ISCA, International Conferencs on Computer Applications, 2002. 2002. 303-306.
Arnett, Robert, Mark Goodman, and Jill Davis. "The Animated Film as Social Commentary." University Film and Video Conference, Kodak Headquarters, 2001. 2001.
Goodman, Mark and John Scott Young. "The Internet Voice of the Sexual Addict." Broadcasting Education Association, April 8, 2000, Las Vegas, NV. 2000.
Goodman, Mark. "Sexual Addiction and the Internet." Central/Southern States Speech Conference. 1999.
Roberts, Van, Mark Goodman, M. Huttenstine, and C. Stout. "Dirty Harry as Pornography: Revealing the Unrevealed." Central/Southern States Speech Conference. 1999.
Goodman, Mark. "The Performance on Racism in Starkville, Mississippi: A Rhetorical Battleground." Central/Southern States Speech Conference. 1999.
Goodman, Mark. "The Radio Act of 1927 as a Product of Progressivism." Broadcasting Education Association, April 3-6, 1998, Las Vegas, NV. 1998.
Goodman, Mark. "Where There is Smoke, There is Fire? Frohwerk v. United States." Central States Speech Association, April, 1997. 1997.
Goodman, Mark. "The First Amendment Search for Legitimate State Interest: Heffron v. Krishna." Central States Speech Association, April 1996. 0.
Oppenheimer, Bonnie, James Codling, Mark Goodman, E.J. Davis, and K. Persons. "Influence of Sex and Race on an Audience's Response to the Femininity of Strong Female Characters." Central States Communication Association, April 5, 2001. 0.
Goodman, Mark and Mark Gring. "The Radio Act of 1927: Progressive Ideology, Epistemology, and Praxis." Speech Communication Association, November 1995. 0.
Goodman, Mark and J. Skyellum. ""Revealing" Sex on Television: An Examination of Sexual Behavior." Speech Communication Association, November 1994. 0.
Goodman, Mark. "Broadcasting and the Consumer Culture." A Re-examination of the 1927 Radio Act, March 24-26, 2008, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. New Orleans: Third Brazil-US Colloquium on Communication Studies, 0.