BILL CLINTON REFERENCE
1990S DECADE OF SCANDAL:
By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS
BILL CLINTON DISSERTATIONS
Tsui, Chin-Kuei. Tracing the Discursive Origins of the War on Terror: President Clinton and the Construction of New Terrorism in the Post-Cold War Era : Submitted for the Qualification Of: Doctor of Philosophy. , 2014. Print.
Maier, Christopher. Pakistan: A Presidential Perception : a Discourse Analysis of Presidential Speeches by Presidents Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush. , 2014. Print.
Menard, Courtney. Presidential Transitions from Clinton to Bush: How the Transition Affected North Korean Relations. , 2014. Print.
Wehrenberg, Mark A. Economic Policy from Jimmy Carter to George W. Bush. , 2012. Print.
Bird, Cassandra C. The Discourse of American Tragedy: An Analysis of President Clinton’s Rhetoric As It Functions to Construct Reality, Shape Community, and Display Presidential Eloquence. , 2011. Print.
Shanfeld, Randye. The President of the United States As Charismatic Leader: Analysis of the Presidents’ Role and Success in Influencing Educational Policy between 1981-2009. , 2011. Print.
Culp, Kelly J. Nearly Impeached: The Implications of Presidential Impeachments of Richard M. Nixon and William J. Clinton. , 2011. Print.
Rundell, Adam T. The Forgotten Bombing: President Bill Clinton’s Response to the Uss Cole Bombing. , 2011. Print.
Ruocco, Jared. Explaining Impeachment: Congressional Action During the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal. Waltham, Mass, 2011. Print.
Carter, Daryl A. President Bill Clinton, African Americans, and the Politics of Race and Class. c2002, 2011. Print.
Sánchez, Luis R, Figueroa B. C. Díaz, and Luis R. Sánchez. Confessions of a Gringo Dog. , 2011. Print.
Podair, Dan. The Centrist Reinvention of the Democratic Party: From Bobby Kennedy to Bill Clinton. Waltham, Mass, 2011. Print.
Levison, Benjamin S. Mirror in the Sand: Combating the Shadows of Saddam Hussein in the Post-Cold War World. , 2011. Print.
Howard, Timothy J. Why Did the United States Support the Decision to Enlarge Nato: After the End of the Cold War, During the Period of the Clinton Administration. , 2010. Print.
Bjellos, Tajana. The Power of Memory: How Western Collective Memory of the Holocaust Functioned in Discourse on Kosovo. , 2010. Print.
Hammer, Marya. Accepting the Nomination: A Genre Analysis of Speeches from Kennedy to Obama. , 2009. Print.
Mast, Jason L. Politics and Performance: The Cultural Pragmatics of the Clinton Presidency. , 2009. Print.
Brown, Molly D. Nation, Nostalgia and Masculinity: Clinton/spielberg/hanks. , 2009. Print.
Moore, Russell. Making the Case for War: The War Rhetoric of Presidents George H. W. Bush, William J. Clinton and George W. Bush. San Rafael, Calif: Dominican University of California, 2009. Print.
Johnson, David H. A Structure by No Means Complete: A Comparison of the Path and Processes Surrounding Successful Passage of Medicare and Medicaid Under Lyndon Baines Johnson and the Failure to Pass National Health Care Reform Under William Jefferson Clinton. , 2009. Print.
Sebold, Karen. How the Social Context of Bill Clinton’s Childhood Shaped His Personality: Using Oral History Interviews of His Childhood Peers and Relatives. , 2008. Print.
Kobiela, Erin. Comparing Failure: An Analysis of Presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton’s Foreign Policy Toward North Korea. , 2008. Print.
Bereznikova, Zlata. We Love to Hate: President William J. Clinton : Understanding the Record-High Approval Ratings in the Midst of Historic Impeachment. , 2007. Print.
Houser, Justin K, and Michael B. Berkman. Political Symbolism: The Education Policy Rhetoric of Presidents William J. Clinton and George W. Bush. , 2007. Print.
Ménard, Claire, and de C. F. Vergniolle. President Clinton, the Hostage of an Imperial Congress ?S. l.: s. n., 2007. Print.
Fialkoff, Daniel. Universal Health Care Coverage: A Critical Analysis of President Clinton’s Single Payer Initiative. , 2007. Print.
Gura, Corrina N, and Martin J. Medhurst. The 1995 Congressional Debate Over Partial Birth Abortion: President Clinton’s Veto and the Aftermath. Waco, Tex: Baylor University, 2007. Internet resource.
Reimers, Frank. Security Cultures in Times of War: How Did the Balkan War Affect the Security Cultures in Germany and the United States?Berlin: Carola Hartmann Miles-Verlag, 2007. Print.
Norton-Westbrook, Amanda. Politics As Cultural Work: The Health Security Act : Clinton’s September 22nd, 1993 Congressional Address As a Cultural Text. , 2007. Print.
Liu, Yu-Chun. Image Restoration: An Examination of Denial Strategy in Media Coverage During the First Three Months of the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal. , 2006. Print.
Edwards, Jason A. Foreign Policy Rhetoric for the Post-Cold War World: Bill Clinton and America’s Foreign Policy Vocabulary. , 2006. Print.
Larsen, Ithai. Comparative Study of Public Relations Strategies of Presidents W.j. Clinton and G.w. Bush: Vis-a-vis Iraq. , 2006. Print.
Seguel, Andrew E. Psychohistory of Bill Clinton. , 2006. Print.
Durbin, Jordan K. Presidential Values: Implications for Foreign Policy. , 2006. Print.
Erickson, Benjamin M. A Rhetorical Criticism: Bill Clinton’s a Man from Hope; Bringing Together Myth, Identification and Civic Engagement. , 2006. Print.
Crowley, L S. The Freedom of Information Act: Origins, History, and Contemporary Account, 1955-2005. , 2006. Print.
Barclay, Kim. “the Press and the Presidency”: A Historical Analysis of Press Biases During the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton. , 2006. Print.
Gibson, Tanner. The Colossus and the Cauldron: America and Genocide After the Cold War. , 2005. Print.
Waisanen, Donald J. Clinton and Bush in the Comic Frame: A Rhetorical Analysis of Political Humorous Discourse. , 2005. Print.
Barber, Catherel S. The Impact of the Clinton Presidency on the African American Community: A Historical Analysis, 1992-2000. , 2005. Print.
Hensley, Amy E. The New Covenant: Recasting the Middle Class in Bill Clinton’s 1992 Campaign Rhetoric. , 2005. Print.
Saint-Martin, Christophe. Les Motivations Des Interventions Militaires Américaines Sous L’administration Clinton. S.l.: s.n., 2005. Print.
Stein, Amber N. P. Politics, Citizenry, and Tabloid-Style Journalism: The Case of the Clinton/lewinsky Scandal. , 2005. Print.
Constantian, Christopher J. Tracing the Shift: Understanding the Clinton Administration’s Abandonment of “lift and Strike”. St Andrews, 2005. Print.
Young, Emily R. The American Dream in the Politics of Reagan and Clinton. , 2004. Print.
Freeman, Bradley C. Presidential Position: Press Coverage and Portrayals of William J. Clinton and George W. Bush. , 2004. Print.
Di, Mattia J. L. The Hard Body Goes Soft: Anxious Men and Masculinity in the Films of the Clinton Era. , 2004. Print.
Romano, Flavio. Clinton & Blair: The Economics of the Third Way. , 2004. Print.
Fisher, Ross L. There’s Something About Syria: Us Foreign Policy Toward Syria During the Clinton and George W. Bush Administrations, 1994-2004 : a Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Master of Arts at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. , 2004. Print.
Gross, Kathryn M. Health Care During the Clinton Administration: Success or Failure?, 2004. Print.
Kato, Takayuki. Rhetorical Analysis of Interactive Texts: Okinawa War Memorial and Presidential Speech. , 2004. Print.
Zaino, Jeanne. Poll Use and Policy-Making in the White House: 1993-2000. , 2004. Print.
Dhawan, Sachin. The New Covenant: Bill Clinton’s Mantra for Centrist Reform. , 2004. Print.
Dedaić, Mirjana N. Discursive Construction of National Identity in American, South African, and Croatian 1999 State of the Nation Addresses. , 2004. Print.
Rosenhaft, Denise. Strategic Choices: Presidential Leadership and the Legislative Branch. , 2003. Print.
West, Susan E. The Clinton Presidency: An Attempt at Status Degredation [sic]. , 2003. Print.
Newman, Brian. Standards of Judgement: The Foundations of Presidents’ Public Support. , 2003. Print.
Sutiono, Pribadi. United States Human Rights Foreign Policy: The First Clinton Administration’s Foreign Policy Conduct Towards Mexico, Turkey and Indonesia, 1993 – 1996 : a Thesis Submitted to the Victoria University of Wellington in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science and International Relations. , 2003. Print.
Sanchez, Patricia C. Clinton’s Economic Policy: Did It Cause the Prosperity of the 1990s and Raise the Living Standards of Ordinary Americans. , 2003. Print.
Fleck, Kathie R. Newspaper Political Cartoons About the Clinton Impeachment: Study of Intramedia Agenda-Setting. , 2003. Internet resource.
Billau, Daneta G. Clinton’s Foreign Policy and the Politics of Intervention: Cases of Ethnic Cleansing and Democratic Governance. , 2002. Print.
Van, Remmen P, Bill Clinton, and Richard M. Nixon. Creativity and the Oratorical Flourish: First Inaugural Addresses of President Richard M. Nixon and President William J. Clinton : a Thesis in Multidisciplinary Studies. , 2002. Print.
Galili, Orit. Ha-poliṭiḳaʼi He-Ḥadash Ba-Zirah Ha-Maʻaravit Uve-Yiśraʼel: Ḳlinṭon, Blair Ṿe-Shroder, Be-Hashṿaʼah Li-Netanyahu, Baraḳ Ṿe-Ramon. , 2002. Print.
Cavallaro, Justine C. The Clinton Administration and American National Security After the Cold War: 1993-2001. , 2002. Print.
Rangel, Nicolas. Mend It, Don’t End It: Bill Clinton, Affirmative Action, and the Rhetoric of Whiteness. , 2002. Print.
Edwards, Jason A. A Superpower Apologizes: Clinton’s 1998 Address in Rwanda. , 2002. Print.
Smith, Jesi L. Images Have Consequences: The Study of the Pictorial and Linguistic Text Covering President Clinton’s Sex Scandals on the Front Pages of the Washington Post and the Washington Times. Virginia Beach, Va: Regent University, 2002. Print.
Reiling, Chad. What Are You Laughing At?: The Use of Humor to Persuade. , 2002. Print.
Quirl, Preston A. A Terroristic Topos: Evaluating Clinton’s Terror Response Rhetoric in Defense of Civil Liberty. , 2002. Print.
Godes, Kerry M. Rhetorical Questions: Asked and Answered?, 2002. Print.
Earhart, James J. Desperately Seeking Gerard Swope: The Clinton Administration Pursues a New Capital-Labor Compact. , 2002. Print.
Bernard-Bastien, Sandra E. Soul Bubba: President Clinton’s Use of the Rhetoric of Inclusion to Ensure the Loyalty of the Congressional Black Caucus. , 2001. Print.
Jackson, Pamela T. The Influence of Market-Driven Journalism on Network News Framing of the Clinton-Lewinsky Sex Scandal. , 2001. Print.
Niven, Peter J. Nato and International Crimes in the Kosovo Campaign: Can Bill Clinton and Tony Blair Be Held Criminally Liable?, 2001. Print.
Varisco, Susan L. Narrative Decisionmaking and the Clinton Administration’s Peacekeeping Experiment. , 2001. Print.
Woolard, J C. Two Spheres: William Jefferson Clinton and the Issues of Presidential Health and Disability. , 2001. Print.
O’Sullivan, Morgan. “american Foreign Policy Intervention: A Case Study of Bill Clinton and the Irish Peace Process”. , 2001. Print.
Mahoney, Daniel P. A Rhetorical Study of President William Jefferson Clinton: The Creation of Whiteness and Blackness in Political Communications. , 2001. Print.
Velino, Tracy L. Is It Ever Justifiable for an Elected Leader to Lie to the Public to Protect His or Her Privacy?, 2001. Print.
Edwards, Dale L. Ethics and Press Coverage of a Third-Rate Burglary and a Tawdry Sex Scandal: A Content Analysis of Coverage of the Watergate and Lewinsky Scandals in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Time Magazine. , 2001. Print.
Baym, Geoffrey. Network News and Political Discourse in the Age of Megamedia: A Study of Two Mass-Mediated Presidential Impeachments. , 2001. Print.
Beekman, Jeroen. American Culture and the Monica Lewinsky Scandal. , 2000. Print.
Holian, David B. The Press, the Presidency, and the Public: Agenda Setting, Issue Ownership, and Presidential Approval from Reagan to Clinton. , 2000. Print.
Hess, Garnett S. The Man Who Would Be King: The Postmodernist Presidency of Bill Clinton. Virginia Beach, Va: Regent University, 2000. Print.
Darr, Christopher R. President Clinton’s Crisis Rhetoric and the Post-Cold War World: A Dramatistic Perspective. , 2000. Print.
Knight, Richard A. Evolution and Strategy Shift in Modern Apologia: The Self-Defense Rhetoric of William Jefferson Clinton. , 2000. Print.
Sayler, Glen E. William Jefferson Clinton: Leadership Values in an Age of Postmodernism. Virginia Beach, Va: Regent University, 2000. Print.
Malin, Brenton J. American Masculinity Under Clinton: Popular Media and the “crisis of Masculinity”. , 2000. Print.
Yenerall, Kevan M. The Cultural Pulpit: Rhetoric, Executive Power, and the Clinton Presidency. , 2000. Print.
Kramer, Michael R. An Apologia in Three Acts: A Proposed Theory of Progressive Apologia Using Ciceronian Stasis Theory. , 1999. Print.
Liljestrand, Patricia L. Religion and Damage-Control in the Clinton/lewinsky Scandal. , 1999. Print.
Ayeni, Christopher O. Cloned Politicians?: A Comparative Analysis of the Political Campaign Messages of Bill Clinton and Tony Blair. , 1999. Print.
Sandhu, Deepika. How Does a Political Crisis Affect the Economy?: An Econometric Analysis of the Clinton Presidency. , 1999. Print.
Hankins, Barry. Church and State on Religion and the Body Politic: Chs 4360, Spring 1999. , 1999. Print.
Dudash, Elizabeth A. Incumbent Presidential Inaugurals: A New Sub-Genre?, 1999. Print.
Osowski, Constance L. 1996 Presidential Campaign Re-Election of President Clinton by Dick Morris As Compared to Time and Newsweek. , 1999. Print.
Green, Andrew J. The Organization of the Clinton White House. , 1999. Print.
Southerland, Marla L. American Foreign Policy After the Cold War: Realism, Literalism, and the Clinton Agenda. Tyler, Tex: University of Texas at Tyler, 1999. Print.
Edwards, Matthew J. The Great Blunder. , 1999. Print.
Goldberg, Daniel W. U.s.-china Summits in the 1990’s: Clinton’s China Policy. , 1999. Print.
Spilker, Julie C. American Dream Ideology: A Discourse Analysis of Bill Clinton’s Press Conferences. , 1999. Print.
Daniel, Barbara. The Clinton Inquisition: Impeachment of the President. , 1999. Print.
Aridi, Leila L. Where’s the Party?: The Politics Behind Welfare Reform. , 1998. Print.
Casaburi, Michael V. Amenability of Presidents to Civil Suits for Personal Conduct. , 1998. Print.
Cedeno, Estrella. President Clinton and the Rhetoric of Time. , 1998. Print.
Hieber-Allen, Kimberly J. The Rhetorical Presidency in Action: Analysis of Clinton’s Political Apologia in Response to the Lewinsky Scandal. , 1998. Print.
Lovelock, Andrew. Courting Controversy: Clinton’s Policy for the Enlargment [i.e. Enlargement] of Nato : a Thesis Submitted for the Post Graduate Diploma of Arts at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. , 1998. Print.
Indvik, Keri. Bill Clinton’s First Inaugural Speech: An Evaluation Using the Burkeian Pentad. , 1998. Print.
Kao, Annie T. The Making of Morality: United States Human Rights Policy from Carter to Clinton. , 1998. Print.
Scott, Shannon. Taking Risks for Peace: An Analysis of William Jefferson Clinton’s Use of Kenneth Burke’s Master Tropes to Define American Foreign Policy. , 1998. Print.
Wan, Fang. Clinton’s Performance in American Public’s Eye: An Exploration of Media Effects on Presidential Evaluation. , 1998. Print.
Stevenson, Ronald J. A Fatal Blow to the Presidency?: Clinton’s Apologia to the Lewinsky Scandal. , 1998. Print.
Blaney, Joseph R. All the President’s Scandals: The Image Restoration of President Bill Clinton. , 1998. Print.
Heckler, Alexander P. “stay Tuned-“: A Corporate Agenda : the Impact of the Media on Public Opinion and the Decision Making Process in the Clinton Administration. Waltham, Mass, 1998. Print.
Alderton, Steven A. Bill Clinton, the Democratic Leadership Council, and the Emergence of a New Democratic Party. , 1997. Print.
Bell, Kathryn M. Does President Clinton or the Press Set the Agenda?: A Cross-Correlation Analysis of Agenda Setting. , 1997. Print.
Galloway, Ryan W. In from the Cold: Clinton’s Bosnia Address and Changes in Post-Cold War Presidential Rhetoric. , 1997. Print.
Johnston, Peter F. Eclectic and Effective: The Foreign Policy of President Clinton in the Asia Pacific Region. , 1997. Print.
Escoffery, Leonie I. The Rhetoric of Caution: How the Rhetorical Strategies of President Bill “comeback Kid” Clinton Facilitate His Desire for Control Without Commitment. , 1996. Print.
Leonard, JayDe A. Accepting Blacks and Homosexuals into the Military: Truman and Clinton Argue for Equal Rights. , 1996. Print.
Donovan, Rose-Marie. “the Manhattan Project,” 1992: An Analysis of Rhetorical Changes in the Strategic Modification of the Clinton Campaign for the Presidency. , 1996. Print.
Sanders, Christine. Media, Politics and the World Wide Web: A Qualitative Analysis of the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1996. Print.
Lundberg, Ingrid. The 1992 Democratic Presidential Campaign: Linguistic Engineering?Virginia Beach, Va: Regent University, 1996. Print.
Sedam, Fredric W. A Matter of Trust: A Study of the Trustworthiness Issue and President Clinton. , 1996. Print.
Bickerstaff, Jeffrey. Bill Clinton, a Postmodern President. , 1996. Print.
Peschier, Christine C. The 1992 Conventions, the Newsmagazines and the Candidates: A Content Analysis. , 1996. Print.
Plotkin, Wendy. The Rhetorical Bridge: The Possibilities and Dangers of a New Presidential Rhetoric. , 1996. Print.
Borchers, Timothy A. The Rhetorical Construction of Allegations of Political Corruption in Case Studies of Nixon, Carter, Reagan, and Clinton. , 1996. Print.
Cramer, Gail H. Ethos and Electronics: A Rhetorical Study of Televised Presidential Debates. , 1995. Print.
Novak, Janet M. Narrative Constructions of Leadership in the 1992 Campaign Biography Films of George Bush and Bill Clinton. , 1995. Print.
Mukherjee, Anjan. Education, Poverty, and Political Rhetoric Under Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Bill Clinton: A Comparison. , 1995. Print.
Smith, Pamela M. A Narrative History of William Jefferson Clinton’s Early Musical and Political Experiences. , 1995. Print.
Sundararaman, Katherine H. The Zoe Baird Nomination: A Narrative Analysis. , 1995. Print.
Frank, Stephen E. The Naked Presidency: Definitions of Privacy and Conceptions of the Personal Qualities of the Ideal President : a Case Study of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Bill Clinton. , 1995. Print.
Ferdon, Gai M. An Analysis of the Clinton Administration’s Foreign Policy Towards Russia: Diplomacy for Democracy. , 1994. Print.
Paulischek, Keith J. President Clinton, Abortion Funding and Making Abortion Rare. Portland, OR: TREN, 1994. Print.
Picchione, Cynthia S. A Fantasy Theme Analysis of the Rhetoric of Bill Clinton in His Biographical Campaign Film, a Man from Hope. Pepperdine University, 1994. Print.
Zarahn, Brian J. The New Media: Examining the Emergence of Alternative Venues in the 1992 Presidential Campaign. , 1994. Print.
Brady, John J. Looking at Both Sides of the Story: A Case Study of Political Accusation and Defense. , 1994. Print.
Dahl, Nicholas D. President Clinton’s Health Care Rhetoric: The Role of Anecdotal Evidence in Promoting Identification. , 1994. Print.
Duff, Gerald A. The First Five Weeks of Bill Clinton’s Presidency on Television. , 1994. Print.
Vandlik, Renee T. An Analysis of the New York Times’ Coverage of President Clinton’s 1993 Deficit Reduction Proposal. , 1994. Print.
Miller, Lisa F, and Martin E. P. Seligman. Beliefs About Initiative and Change in the 1992 Presidential Election. , 1994. Print.
Ziglar, Robert B. N. A Machiavellian Rhetorical Analysis of the Nomination Acceptance Speeches of Lyndon Johnson and Bill Clinton. , 1994. Print.
Snodgrass, Suzanne M. American Health Care Crisis: An Analysis of President Clinton’s Plan for Reform. , 1994. Print.
Klein, Christopher. The Communications Strategy of the Clinton Administration. , 1994. Print.
Kusko, Mary A. An Investigation of the Clinton-Bush Presidential Transition Using Newspaper and Television Media. , 1993. Internet resource.
Kruse, Douglas R. Toward a Rashomonian Approach to the Study of Image Construction: Bill Clinton in the 1992 New York Primary. , 1993. Print.
Dixon, James M. The Republicanization of the Democrats: Bill Clinton in 1992 and Beyond. , 1993. Print.
Hoffman, Mary F. Answering the Character Question: The Discourse of Bill Clinton’s 1992 Primary Campaign. , 1993. Print.
Hicks, Christina L. Bill Clinton’s Presidential Candidacy: The Self-Made Individual in American Society. , 1993. Print.
Celi, Regina. Wilson and Clinton on Inner-City Poverty: Universal Versus Targeted Approaches. , 1993. Print.
Hobbs, Karen F. A Rhetorical Analysis of the 1992 Presidential Campaign: The Apologia of Bill Clinton. , 1993. Print.
Potthoff, Chris K. Clinton and Kennedy: Politics, Private Lives and the Media – a Question of Media Character. , 1993. Print.
Hudkins, Jay M. Gary Hart, Bill Clinton, and the Character Issue: An Apologetic Critique of Presidential Campaign Rhetorical Strategies. , 1992. Print.