B.S. Florida State University
M.A. Florida State University
Ph.D. Louisiana State University
Dr. Kuypers's research interests include: political communication; the roles the main stream US media play in shaping public arguments about contemporary political, cultural, and social issues; meta-criticism/ethics in criticism; and the moral/poetic use of language within public debates.
D’Angelo, Paul and Jim A. Kuypers, eds. Doing News Framing Analysis (New York; Routeledge, 2010).
Goldman, Adria and Jim A. Kuypers, “A Framing Analysis of Press Coverage of the Jena Six.” Relevant Rhetoric 1.1 (2010). http://relevantrhetoric.com/wp-content/uploads/Contrasts-in-News-Coverage.pdf.
Kuypers, Jim A., ed. Rhetorical Criticism: Perspectives in Action (Lanham, MD; Lexington Books, 2009).
Williams, Daron and Jim A. Kuypers, Athlete as Agency: A Pentadic Analysis of the Rhetoric of NASCAR. Kenneth Burke Journal 6.1 (2009).
Kuypers, Jim A. and Matthew Althouse, “John Pym, Ideographs, and the Rhetoric of Opposition to the English Crown,” Rhetoric Review 28.3 (2009): 225-245.
Kuypers, Jim A., Stephen Cooper, and Matthew Althouse, “The President and The Press: A Rhetorical Framing Analysis of George W. Bush’s Speech to the United Nations on November 10, 2001,” American Communication Journal 10.3 (2008). http://acjournal.org/holdings/vol10/03_Fall/
Denton, Robert E. and Jim A. Kuypers, Politics and Communication in America: Campaigns, Media, and Governing in the 21st Century, (Carbondale, IL: Waveland Press, 2008).
American Public Address