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Waltman, M. S., & Haas J. W. (2007).  Advertising hate on the internet. (Schumann, D. W., & Thorson E., Ed.).Internet advertising: Theory and research. 397-427.
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Waltman, M. S., & Haas J. W. (2006).  Advertising hate on the internet. Southern States Communication Association Annual Meeting.
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Haas, J. W. (2005).  Building a bigger classroom: Videoconferencing and the hate speech course. annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W. (1998).  Communication skills and assessment. (Gourley, D. R., Gourley G., & Wurtzbacher D., Ed.).Developing basic skills and knowledge base to provide Pharmaceutical care in a rapidly changing health care arena. 1-26.
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Haas, J. W. (1997).  Fortysomething: Still crazy after all these years.. annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W. (1996).  Interpreting and implementing the results of communication audits. annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W. (1993).  Communicating change in health care settings. joint meeting of the Southern States Communication Association and the Central States Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W., Sypher B. D., & Sypher H. E. (1992).  Do shared goals really make a difference?. Management Communication Quarterly. 6, 166-179.
Haas, J. W. (1991).  Do shared goals really make a difference?. annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W. (1991).  Ecological validity in organizational communication research and assessment. annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W. (1991).  Setting the course: Negotiating the meaning of departmental objectives. annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association.
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Haas, J. W., & Zorn T. E. (1991).  Towards theory-based study of communication competence. annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association.

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