RONALD E. RICE
Arthur N. Rupe Chair in the Social Effects of Mass Communication

President, International Communication Association 2006-2007
  Visiting Wee Kim Wee Professor, and University Professor, School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (August, 2007-2010)
Department of Communication, 4005 Social Sciences and Media Studies (SS&MS)
University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-4020
office: 805-893-8696; dept.: 805-893-4517; dept. fax: 805-893-7102
email: rrice AT comm.ucsb.edu
http://www.comm.ucsb.edu/people/academic/ronald-e-rice

 

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Experience and Research Interests
Education
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Professional Associations
Books
Refereed Publications
Book Chapters
Refereed Proceedings
Other Professional Publications
Professional Honors

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EXPERIENCE AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Experience includes management, education, information handling, quantitative research methods, and public relations. Conducts research in the social effects of new media and telecommunications, communication networks, bibliometrics, public communication campaigns, organizational communication, and the diffusion of innovations.


EDUCATION

Stanford University: M.A. 1978, Ph.D. 1982 (Communication research)

Virginia Commonwealth University: 1972/76 (various courses)

Columbia University: B.A. 1971 (English literature)

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POSITIONS

2010 -: Affiliate Faculty, Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management

2008 - 2010 (August):  Nanyang University Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2007 (August): Wee Kim Wee Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, Nanyang Technological University,Singapore

2006 (March-July): Fulbright Professor, University of Helsinki Department of Communication, Finland

2004 -: Arthur N. Rupe Chair in the Social Effects of Mass Communication, Department of Communication, University of California Santa Barbara;

2004 -: Co-Director, Carsey-Wolf Center

1989 - 2003: Chair of Department of Communication (2000-2003), Professor II (2002-), Professor (1995-2002), Associate Professor (1989-95), School of Communication, Information & Library Studies, Rutgers University

1982 - 89: Assistant Professor, Annenberg School of Communications, University of Southern California.  Adjunct Professor, College of Information Studies, Drexel University

1981 - 82: Research Associate, Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences. Research Associate/Assistant, Stanford University: NSF project on adoption of word processing; USDA 58-3K06-1-63, Kentucky videotex evaluation; USAID/DSPE-C-0028, Honduras Health Communication. Consultant for university, state and national projects involving needs assessments and evaluations of telecommunications systems. Consultant for several network analysis projects.

1979 - 80: Organizer for National Conference on Communication Campaigns, sponsored by Wildfire Prevention Groups (DOA-21-741).

1978 - 79: Research Assistant for USAID/CA C-1472 project in development communications. Consultant for various organizational communication and network studies.

1976 - 78: Research Assistant on NSF project: designed, programmed and tested an interactive computer-based nutritional information system. Research Assistant on DOT-UMTA CA 06-0015 project on diffusion of transportation innovations. Data consultant to Stanford Athletic Committee, San Jose Mercury newspaper. Consultant on dissertations involving knowledge utilization networks, and on media effects on low-income rural farmers in Guatemala.

1974 - 76: Communication Analyst, Certificates Supervisor, Manager of two bank data processing departments.

1972 - 74: Taught High School English, Algebra, and Sports at St. Stephens School, Rome Italy.

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


Academy of Management American Society for Information Science
International Communication Association International Network for Social Network Analysis
National Communication Association
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BOOKS
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B13. Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C.K. (Eds.) (2013). Public communication campaigns (4th. ed.).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [Translated and published in Korean by CommunicationBooks, Inc. Mapo-go, Seoul, Korea, 2013; ISBN 979-11-304-3583-1 93300.]

B12. Rice, R.E. & Cooper, S.D. (2010). Organizations and unusual routines: A systems analysis of dysfunctional feedback processes.  London: Cambridge University Press.  http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521768641

B11. Rice, R.E. (Ed.) (2008).  Media ownership: Research and regulation.  Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. 

B10. Murero, M. & Rice, R.E. (Eds.). (2006).  The Internet and health care: Theory, research and practice.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

B9. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E.  (2002). Social consequences of Internet use: Access, involvement and interaction. Cambridge MA: The MIT Press. [Translated and published in Spanish as (2005) Consecuencias sociales del use de Internet. Barcelona, Spain: Editorial UOC; and translated into Chinese by the Commercial Press in Beijing (2007). Selected as the book of the month for December 2007 by the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies, http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?BookID=372]

B8. Rice, R.E., McCreadie, M. & Chang, S-J. (2001).  Accessing and browsing information and communication: An interdisciplinary approach.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

B7. Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C.K. (Eds.). (2001).  Public communication campaigns (3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  [Winner of National Communication Association Health Communication Division's Distinguished Book Award, 2006.]

B6. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (Eds.). (2001).  The Internet and health communication: Expectations and experiences.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [Selected as the book of the month for February 2003 by the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies, http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?BookID=192 ]  

B5. Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C.K. (Eds.). (1989). Public communication campaigns (2nd ed.). Newbury Hills, CA: Sage.

B4. Williams, F., Rice, R.E. & Rogers, E.M. (1988). Research methods and the new media. New York: Free Press. [Translated and published in Korea.]

B3. Johnson, B. & Rice, R.E. (1987). Managing organizational innovation: The evolution from word processing to office information systems. New York: Columbia University Press.

B2. Rice, R.E. & Associates. (1984). The new media: Communication, research and technology. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

B1. Rice, R.E. & Paisley, W. (Eds.). (1981). Public communication campaigns. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. 

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REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
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A124. Rice, R. E. (2017). Flexwork, boundaries, and work-family conflicts.  How ICTs and work engagement influence their relationship.  In G. Hertel, D. Stone, R. D. Johnson, & J. Passmore (Eds.), Handbook of the psychology of the Internet at work (in press). London, UK: WIley Blackwell Industrial and Organizational Psychology Series.

A123. Rice, R. E. & Giles, H. (2017).  The contexts and dynamics of science communication and language.  Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 17. in press. Pre-print online: http://jls.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/0261927X16663257v1.pdf?ijkey=xM04nyUuNfzA4W5&keytype=finite

A122. Sheer, V. C. & Rice, R. E. (2016). Mobile instant messaging use and social capital: Direct and indirect associations with employee outcomes.  Information and Management, in press. Pre-print online: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378720616300349

A121. Rebich-Hespanha, S. & Rice, R.E. (2016). Dominant visual frames in climate change news stories: Implications for formative evaluation in climate change campaigns. International Journal of Communication, in press.

A120. Koivisto, S. & Rice, R.E. (2016).  Leader prototypicality moderates the relationship between access to flexible work options and employee feelings of respect and leader endorsement.  The International Journal of Human Resource Management (in press).  Pre-print online: http://tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.180/09585192.2015.1126337

A119. Rice, R.E., & Pearce, K.E. (2015). Divide and diffuse: Comparing digital divide and diffusion of innovations perspectives on mobile phone adoption.  Mobile Media & Communication, 3(3), 401-424.

A118. Mikal, J.P., Rice, R.E., Kent, R., & Uchino, B. (2015). 100 million strong:  A case study of group identification and deindividuation on imgur.com. New Media & Society, in press. Pre-print online: http://nms.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/05/30/1461444815588766.abstract

A117. Zackrison, E.J., Seibold, D.R., & Rice, R.E. (2015). Organizational coordination and communication: A critical review and integrative model. In E. L. Cohen (Ed.) Communication Yearbook (vol. 39, pp. 195-233). New York, NY: Routledge.

A116. Pearce, K.E. & Rice, R.E.  (2014).  The language divide--The persistence of English proficiency as a gateway to the Internet: The cases of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia.  International Journal of Communication, 8, 2834-2859. http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/2075

A115. Rebich-Hespanha, S., Rice, R.E., Montello, D.R., Retzloff, S., Tien, A. & Hespanha, J.P. (2015). Image themes and frames in U.S. print news stories about climate change. Environmental Communication, 9(4), 491-519.  

A114. DeMartino, C.H., Rice, R.E. & Saltz, R. (2015). An applied test of the social learning theory of deviance to college alcohol use.  Journal of Health Communication, 20(4), 479-490.

A113. Mikal, J.P., Rice, R.E., Kent, R. & Uchino, B. (2014). Common voice:  Analysis of content convergence on a website characterized by group identification and social attraction.  Computers in Human Behavior (special issue on Social Media, part 3), 35, 506-515.

A112. Fuller, R.P. & Rice, R.E. (2014). Lights, camera, conflict!  Newspaper framing of the 2008 Screen Actors Guild negotiations. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 91(2), 326-343.

A111. Pearce, K.E. & Rice, R.E. (2013). Digital divides from access to activities: Comparing mobile and PC Internet users.  Journal of Communication, 63(4), 741-755.

A110. Mikal, J.P., Rice, R.E., Abeyta, A., & DeVilbiss, J. (2013). Transition, stress and computer-mediated social support. Special Issue on Social Media, Computers in Human Behavior, 29(5), A40-A53.

A109. Walton, S.C. & Rice, R.E. (2013). Mediated disclosure on twitter: The roles of gender and identity in boundary impermeability, valence, disclosure, and stage.  Computers in Human Behavior, 29(4), 1466-1474. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2013.01.033

A108. Rice, R.E. & Leonardi, P.M. (2013). Information and communication technology in organizations: Studies of influences, contexts and processes, and outcomes across disciplines. In L. Putnam, & D. K. Mumby (Eds.), Sage handbook of organizational communication (3rd ed.; in press).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  [Online Appendix]

A107. Rice, R E. & Fuller, R.P. (2013). Theoretical perspectives in the study of communication and the Internet. In W. Dutton (Ed.), Oxford handbook of Internet studies (pp. 353-377). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.  [Online Appendix]

A106. O’Donnell, C. & Rice, R E. (2012). A communication approach to campus bottled water campaigns. Social Marketing Quarterly, 18(4), 255-273.

A105. Rice, R.E., Wu, A., Li, L., Detels, R., & Rotheram-Borus, M.J. (2012). Reducing STD/HIV stigmatizing attitudes through community popular opinion leaders in Chinese markets. Human Communication Research, 38, 379-405.

A104. Bondad-Brown, B.A., Rice, R.E. & Pearce, K.E. (2012). Influences on TV viewing and online user-shared video use: Demographics, generations, contextual age, media use, motivations, and audience activity. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 56(4) 471-492.

A103. Sundar, S.S., Rice, R.E., Kim, H-So, & Sciamanna, C.N. (2011). Online health information: Conceptual challenges and theoretical opportunities.  In T. Thompson, R. Parrott, & J. Nussbaum (Eds.), Handbook of health communication (2nd ed.) (pp. 181-202).  London, UK: Routledge.

A102. Rice, R.E. & Hagen, I. (2010). Young adults’ perpetual contact, social connectivity, and social control through the Internet and mobile phones. In C.T. Salmon (Ed.), Communication yearbook, 34 (pp. 2-39).  London: Routledge.

A101. Rice, R.E. (2009). Diffusion of innovations: Theoretical extensions. In R. Nabi & M. B. Oliver (Eds.), Handbook of media effects (pp. 489-503). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

A100. Brundidge, J. & Rice, R.E. (2008). Political engagement online: Do the information rich get richer and the like-minded become more similar?  In A. Chadwick & P. N. Howard (Eds.), The handbook of Internet politics (pp. 144-156). London and New York: Routledge.

A99. Heinz, M. & Rice, R.E. (2009). An integrated model of knowledge sharing in contemporary communication environments.  In C. Beck (Ed.), Communication yearbook, vol. 33 (pp. 134-175).  London: Routledge.

A98. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2009). Falling into the Net: Main Street America playing games and making friends online. Communications of the ACM, 52(9), 1-2.

A97. Stephens, K., Sørnes, J.O., Rice, R.E. & Browning, L. (2008). Discrete, sequential, and follow-up use of information and communication technology by advanced ICT users. Management Communication Quarterly, 22(2), 197-231.

A96. Rice, R.E. (2009). Sociological and technological interdependencies of new media. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 14(3), 714–719.

A95. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2008). Assessing new cell phone text and video services.  Telecommunications Policy, 32(7), 455-467.

A94. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E.(2009). Public views of mobile medical devices and services: A US national survey of consumer sentiments towards RFID healthcare technology.  International Journal of Medical Informatics, 78, 104-114.

A93. O’Donnell, C. & Rice, R.E. (2008). Coverage of environmental events in U.S. and U.K. newspapers: Frequency, hazard, specificity, and placement. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 65(5), 637-654.

A92. Rice, R.E. (2008). Unusual routines: Organizational (non)sensemaking.  Journal of Communication, 58(1), 1-19.

A91. Rice, R.E. & Schneider, S. (2007). Desktop artifacts: A site for individual adjustment to new information systems. Vestnik: Theory and Practice of Communication – The Journal of the Russian Communication Association, 5 (English ed.), 30-46. [A shorter and different version emphasizing the digital document technology and deemphasizing the adjustment/implementation aspects, appears as Rice, R. E. & Schneider, S. (2006).  Information technology: Analyzing paper and electronic desktop artifacts. In C. Lin & D. Atkin (Eds.), Communication technology and social change: Theory, effects, and applications (pp. 101-121). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.]

A90. Kim, H., Kim, G.J., Park, H.W. & Rice, R.E. (2007). Configurations of relationships in different media: FtF, Email, Instant Messenger, Mobile Phone, and SMS.  Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12(4). Online at: htttp://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol12/issue4/kim.html

A89. Bieber, M., McFall, B., Rice, R.E. & Gurstein, M. (2007). Towards systems design for supporting enabling communities.  The Journal of Community InformaticsSpecial Issue: Community Informatics and System Design, 3(1).  http://ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/article/view/281/313

A88. Shelley, G., Killworth, P., Bernard, H.R., McCarty, C., Johnsen, E. & Rice, R.E. (2006).  Who knows your HIV status II?: Information propagation within social networks of seropositive people. Human Organization, 65(4), 430-444.

A87. Rice, R.E., Sheperd, A., Dutton, W.H. & Katz, J.E. (2007). Social interaction and the Internet: A comparative analysis of surveys in the US and Britain. In A. N. Joinson, K.Y.A. McKenna, T. Postmes & U. R. Reips (Eds.), Oxford handbook of Internet psychology (pp. 7-30). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

A86. Yao, M.Z., Rice, R.E. & Wallis, K. (2007). Predicting user concerns about online privacy. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 58(5), 710-722.

A85. Rice, R.E. & Bunz, U. (2006). Evaluating a wireless course feedback system: The role of demographics, expertise, fluency, competency, and usage. Studies in Media & Information Literacy Education (SIMILE), 6(3), article 80. http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/kj536504847k/?p=1485f29aa168485f9fd18e93a7e6493e&pi=4

A84. Rice, R.E. (2006). Influences, usage, and outcomes of Internet health information searching: Multivariate results from the Pew surveys. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 75(1), 8-28.  Also: http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/1589

A83. Lehr, J. & Rice, R.E. (2005).  How are organizational measures really used?  Quality Management Journal, 12(3), 39-60.

A82. Simard, C. & Rice, R.E. (2006). Managerial information behavior:  Relationships among total quality management orientation, information use environments, and managerial roles.  Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, 17(1), 79-95.

A81. Rice, R.E., (2005). New media/Internet research topics of the Association of Internet Researchers.  The Information Society, 21, 285-299.

A80. Katz, J.E., Rice, R E., Acord, S., Dasgupta, K. & David, K.  (2004).  Personal mediated communication and the concept of community in theory and practice. In P. Kalbfleisch (Ed.), Communication and community, communication yearbook 28 (pp. 315-370).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

A79. Rice, R.E., Donohew, L. & Clayton, R. (2003).   Peer network, sensation seeking, and drug use among junior and senior high school students. Connections, 25(2), 5-19.

A78. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2003). Comparing internet and mobile phone usage: Digital divides of usage, adoption, and dropouts. Telecommunications Policy, 27(8/9), 597-623.

A77. Hayne, S., Pollard, C. & Rice, R.E. (2003). Identification of comment authorship in anonymous group support systems. Journal of Management Information Systems, 20(1), 301-329.

A76. Lehr, J. K. & Rice, R.E. (2002).  Organizational measures as a form of knowledge management: A multitheoretic, communication-based exploration. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 53(12), 1060-1073.

A75. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2002). The telephone as a medium of faith, hope, terror, and redemption: America, September 11th.  Prometheus, 20(3), 247-253.

A74. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2002). Project Syntopia: Social consequences of Internet use. itandsociety, 1(1), 166-179.

A73. Cross, R., Rice, R.E. & Parker, A. (2001).  Information seeking in social context: Structural influences and receipt of information benefits. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics -- Part C, 31(4), 438-478.

A72. Lehr, J. & Rice, R.E. (2001). Motivation, organizational identification, and experiences of the quality examiner. Quality Management Journal, 9(1), 63-90.

A71. Katz, J.E., Rice, R.E. & Aspden, P. (2001). The Internet, 1995-2000: Access, civic involvement, and social interaction.  American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 404-419.  Revised version: Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2002).  Syntopia: Access, civic involvement and social interaction via the Internet.  In B. Wellman & C. Haythornthwaite (Eds.), The Internet in everyday life (pp. 114-138). Oxford: Blackwell.

A70. D’Ambra, J. & Rice, R.E. (2000). Emerging factors in user evaluation of the world wide web.  Information and Management, 38(6), 373-384.

A69. Majchrzak, A., Rice, R.E., Malhotra, A., King, N. & Ba, S. (2000). Technology adaptation: The case of a computer-supported inter-organizational virtual team.  MIS Quarterly, 24(4), 569-600. (Won the award for Best MISQ Article, 2000, awarded by the Academy of Management, Washington, D.C., August 2001.)

A68. Rice, R.E., Stewart, L.P. & Hujber, M. (2000). Extending the domain of instructional effectiveness assessment in student evaluations of communication courses. Communication Education, 49(3), 253-266.

A67. Majchrzak, A., Rice, R.E., King, N., Malhotra, A. & Ba, S. (1999).  Computer-mediated interorganizational knowledge-sharing: Insights from a virtual team innovating using a collaborative tool.  Information Resources Management Journal, 13(1), 44-53. A67a. Reprinted as  Rice, R. E., Majchrzak, A., King, N., Ba, S. & Malhotra, A. in Y. Malhotra (Ed.), (2000). Knowledge management (pp. 84-100).  Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishers.

A66. Donohew, R., Hoyle, R., Clayton, R., Skinner, W., Colon, S. & Rice, R.E. (1999).  Sensation seeking and drug use by adolescents and their friends: Models for marijuana and alcohol.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 60(5), 622-631.

A65. Rice, R.E., Collins-Jarvis, L. & Zydney-Walker, S. (1999). Individual and structural influences on information technology helping relationships. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 27(4), 285-303.

A64. Rice, R.E., Hayne, S. & Pollard, C. (1999). Content factors influencing accuracy of authorship attributions for anonymous, mediated brainstorming comments.  In S. Havlovic (Ed.), Academy of management best papers proceedings  (CD-ROM: OCIS: c1-c6).  (Won a "Top Three" award by the Organizational Communication and Information Systems division of the Academy of Management, San Francisco, August.)

A63. Perry, C. & Rice, R.E. (1999). Network influences on involvement in the hybrid problem area of developmental dyslexia. Science Communication, 21(1), 38-74.

A62. Rice, R.E. (1999).  Artifacts and paradoxes in new media. New Media and Society, 1(1), 24-32. Reprinted as Artifacts and paradoxes in new media. In D. McQuail (Ed.), (2002). McQuail's reader in mass communication theory (pp. 125-133). London, UK: Sage.

A61. McCreadie, M. & Rice, R.E. (1999). Trends in analyzing access to information, Part I: Cross-disciplinary conceptualizations. Information Processing and Management, 35(1), 45-76.

A60. McCreadie, M. & Rice, R.E. (1999). Trends in analyzing access to information, Part II: Unique and integrating conceptualizations. Information Processing and Management, 35(1), 77-99.

A59. Rice, R.E., D'Ambra, J. & More, E. (1998). Cross-cultural comparison of organizational media evaluation and choice. Journal of Communication, 48(3), 3-26.

A58. D'Ambra, J., Rice, R.E. & O'Connor, M. (1998). Computer-mediated communication and media preference: An investigation of the dimensionality of perceived task equivocality and media richness. Behaviour and Information Technology, 17(3),164-174.

A57. Perry, C. & Rice, R.E. (1997). Scholarly communication in developmental dyslexia: Influence of network structure on change in a hybrid problem area. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 49(2), 151-168.

A56. Kraut, R., Rice, R.E., Cool, C. & Fish, R. (1998). Varieties of social influence: The role of utility and norms in the success of a new communication medium. Organization Science, 9(4), 437-453. (Won Best Published Paper of 1998 by the Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division of the Academy of Management, San Francisco, August 1999.)

A55. Crawford, G. & Rice, R.E. (1997). Technology, power and structure: Developing a model of the effects of automation on liberal arts college libraries. Library and Information Science Research, 19(3), 265-300.

A54. Hayne, S. & Rice, R.E. (1997). Attribution accuracy when using anonymity in group support systems. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 47, 429-452.

A53. Rice, R.E. & Gattiker, U. (2001). New media and organizational structuring. In F. Jablin & L. Putnam (Eds.), New handbook of organizational communication (pp. 554-581). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

A52. Baldwin, N. & Rice, R.E. (1997). Information-seeking behavior of securities analysts: Individual and institutional influences, information sources and channels, and outcomes. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 48(8), 674-693.

A51. Rice, R.E., Chapin, J., Pressman, R., Park, S. & Funkhouser, E. (1996). What's in a name? Bibliometric analysis of 40 years of the Journal of Broadcasting (and Electronic Media). Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 40, 511-539.

A50. Rice, R.E. & Tyler, J. (1995). Individual and organizational influences on voicemail use and evaluation. Behaviour and Information Technology, 14(6), 329-341.

A49. D'Ambra, J & Rice, R.E. (1994). Multi-method approaches for the study of computer-mediated communication, equivocality, and media selection. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 37(4), 231-239.

A48. Rice, R.E., Kraut, R., Cool, C. & Fish, R. (1994). Individual, structural and social influences on use of a new communication medium. In D. Moore (Ed.), Academy of management best papers proceedings (pp. 285-289). Madison, WI: Omni Press.

A47. Rice, R.E. (1994). Relating electronic mail use and network structure to R&D work networks and performance. Journal of Management Information Systems, 11(1), 9-20.

A46. Chang, S-J. & Rice, R.E. (1993). Browsing: A multidimensional framework. In M. Williams (Ed.), Annual review of information science and technology, 28, 231-271. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. (Won a Research Award from the National Science Council of Taiwan, 1995.)

A45. Rice, R.E. & Danowski, J. (1993). Is it really just like a fancy answering machine? Comparing semantic networks of different types of voice mail users. Journal of Business Communication, 30(4), 369-397. (A Top paper at the International Communication Association conference, 1989.)

A44. Rice, R.E. (1993). Using network concepts to clarify sources and mechanisms of social influence. In W. Richards, Jr. & G. Barnett (Eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences: Advances in communication network analysis (pp. 43-52). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

A43. Rice, R.E. (1993). Media appropriateness: Using social presence theory to compare traditional and new organizational media. Human Communication Research, 19(4), 451-484.

A42. Fish, R., Kraut, R., Root, R. & Rice, R.E. (1993). Video as a technology for informal communication. Communications of the ACM, 36(1), 48-61.  Also: (1992). Evaluating video as a technology for informal communication.  In P. Bauersfeld, J. Bennett & G. Lynch (Eds.), CHI'92: Human factors in computing systems (pp. 37-48). NY: ACM.

A41. Rice, R.E. & Crawford, G. (1992). Context and content of citations between communication and library & information science articles. In J. Schement & B. Ruben (Eds.), Information and behavior, 4, 189-217. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press.

A40. Rice, R.E., Chang, S. & Torobin, J. (1992). Communicator style, media use, organizational level, and use and evaluation of electronic messaging. Management Communication Quarterly, 6(1), 3-33.

A39. Aydin, C. & Rice, R.E. (1992). Bringing social worlds together: Computers as catalysts for new interactions in health care organizations. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 33(2), 168-185.

A38. Borgman, C. & Rice, R.E. (1992). The convergence of information science and communication: A bibliometric analysis. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 43(6), 397-411.

A37. Rice, R.E. (with Hart, P., Torobin, J., Shook, D., Tyler, J., Svenning, L. & Ruchinskas, J.) (1992). Task analyzability, use of new media, and effectiveness: A multi-site exploration of media richness. Organization Science, 3(4), 475-500.

A36. Rice, R.E. & Aydin, C. (1991). Attitudes towards new organizational technology: Network proximity as a mechanism for social information processing. Administrative Science Quarterly, 36, 219-244. 

A35. Hart, P. & Rice, R.E. (1991). Using information from external databases: Contextual relationships of use, access method, task, database type, organizational differences and outcomes. Information Processing and Management, 27(5), 461-479.  (A Top paper at the International Communication Association conference, 1987.)

A34. Aydin, C. & Rice, R.E. (1991). Social worlds, individual differences, and implementation: Predicting attitudes toward a medical information system. Information and Management, 20, 119-136.

A33. Rice, R.E., Grant, A., Schmitz, J. & Torobin, J. (1990). Individual and network influences on the adoption and perceived outcomes of electronic messaging. Social Networks, 12(1), 27-55.

A32. Rice, R.E. & Shook, D. (1990). Relationships of job categories and organizational levels to use of communication channels, including electronic mail: A meta-analysis and extension. Journal of Management Studies, 27(2), 195-229.

A31. Rice, R.E. & Contractor, N. (1990). Conceptual effects of office information systems: A methodology and application for the study of alpha, beta, and gamma changes. Decision Sciences, 21(2), 301-317.

A30. Rice, R.E. (1990). Computer-mediated communication system network data: Theoretical concerns and empirical examples. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 32(6), 627-647.

A29. Rice, R.E., Hughes, D. & Love, G. (1989). Usage and outcomes of electronic messaging at an R&D organization: Situational constraints, job level, and media awareness. Office: Technology and People, 5(2), 141-161.

A28. Rice, R.E., Borgman, C., Bednarski, D. & Hart, P. (1989). Journal-to-journal citation data: Issues of validity and reliability. Scientometrics, 15(3-4), 257-282.

A27. Rice, R.E. & Shook, D. (1988). Access to, usage of, and outcomes from an electronic message system. ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, 6(3), 255-276.

A26. Rice, R.E., Borgman, C. & Reeves, B. (1988). Citation networks of communication journals, 1977-1985: Cliques and positions, citations made and citations received. Human Comunication Research, 15(2), 256-283. (A Top paper at the International Communication Association conference, 1988.)

A25. Rice, R.E. (1988). Issues and concepts in research on computer-mediated communication systems. In J. Anderson (Ed.), Communication yearbook, 12, 436-476. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

A24. Hart, P. & Rice, R.E. (1988). Inter-industry relations in electronic news services. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 39(4), 252-261.

A23. Rice, R.E. (1987). Computer-mediated communication and organizational innovation. Journal of Communication, 37(4), 65-94. Reprinted, with Introduction and Study guide, in L. Lederman (Ed.), Communication theory: A reader (pp. 197-226). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt. And In L. Lederman & D. Gibson (Eds.) (2000), Communication theory: A casebook approach (pp. 261-290).  Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt. And In L.Putnam & K. Krone (Eds.) (2006), Organizational communication. (Five-volume collection of classic reprints in organizational communication).  In Volume two: Communication patterns, networks, and structures (pp. 103-131). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

A22. Rice, R.E. & Love, G. (1987). Electronic emotion: Socio-emotional content in a computer-mediated communication network. Communication Research, 14(1), 85-105.

A21. Rice, R.E. & Manross, G. (1987). The case of the intelligent telephone: The relationship of job category to the adoption of an organizational communication technology. In M. McLaughlin (Ed.), Communication yearbook, 10, 727-742. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.(A Top paper at the International Communication Association conference, 1986.)

A20. Rice, R.E. (1986). Applying the human relations perspective to the study of new media. Computers and Society, 15(4), 32-37.

A19. Manross, G. & Rice, R.E. (1986). Don't hang up: Organizational diffusion of the intelligent telephone. Information and Management, 10(3), 161-175.

A18. Rice, R.E. & Barnett, G. (1986). Group communication networking in an information environment: Applying metric multidimensional scaling. In M. McLaughlin (Ed.), Communication yearbook, 9, 315-338. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. (A Top paper at the International Communication Association conference, 1985.)

A17. Barnett, G. & Rice, R.E. (1985). Longitudinal non-euclidean networks: Applying Galileo. Social Networks, 7(4), 287-322.

A16. Rice, R.E. & Boan, K. (1985). Journals and magazines on computer-mediated communications technologies and use. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 13(1), 70-77.

A15. Rice, R.E. & Richards, W. Jr. (1985). An overview of communication network analysis methods and programs. In B. Dervin & M. Voigt (Eds.), Progress in communication sciences, 6, 105-165. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

A14. Williams, F., Rice, R.E. & Dordick, H. (1985). Behavioral impacts in the information age. In B. Ruben (Ed.), Information and behavior, 1, 161-182. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

A13. Johnson, B. & Rice, R.E. (1985). Policy implications in implementing office systems technology. In V. Mosco (Ed.), Policy research in telecommunications (pp. 278-285). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

A12. Rice, R.E. (1984). Evaluating new media systems. New Directions in Program Evaluation, 23, 53-71.

A11. Williams, F. & Rice, R.E. (1983). Communication research and the new media technologies. In R. Bostrom (Ed.), Communication yearbook, 7, 200-224. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

A10. Rice, R.E. & Case, D. (1983). Electronic message systems in the university: A description of use and utility. Journal of Communication, 33(1), 131-152. Summarized in J. Smart (Ed.), (1984). Higher education: Handbook of theory and research (pp. 185-190). NY: Agathon Press.

A9. Rice, R.E. & Borgman, C. (1983). The use of computer-monitored data in information science and communication research. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 34(4), 247-256.

A8. Rice, R.E. & Paisley, W. (1982). The Green Thumb videotex experiment: Evaluation and policy implications.  Telecommunications Policy, 6(3), 223-236.

A7. Rice, R.E. (1982). Communication networking in computer-conferencing systems: A longitudinal study of group roles and system structure. In M. Burgoon (Ed.), Communication yearbook, 6, 925-944. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. (A Top paper at the International Communication Association conference, 1982.)

A6. Richards, W. Jr. & Rice, R.E. (1981). NEGOPY network analysis program. Social Networks, 3(3), 215-223.

A5. Rice, R.E. & Rogers, E.M. (1980). Reinvention in the innovation process. Knowledge: Creation, diffusion, utiliziation, 1(4), 499-514.

A4. Rice, R.E. (1980). The impacts of computer-mediated organizational and interpersonal communication. In M. Williams (Ed.), Annual review of information science and technology, 15, 221-249. White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

A3. Rice, R.E. (1980). The content of popular recordings. The Journal of Popular Music and Society, 7(3), 140-158.

A2. Rice, R.E. Computer conferencing. (1980). In B. Dervin & M. Voigt (Eds.), Progress in communication sciences, 2, 215-240. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

A1. Rice, R.E. & Parker, E. (1979). Telecommunications alternatives for developing countries. Journal of Communication, 29(4), 125-136. Reprinted in G. Gerbner & M. Siefert (Eds.), (1983). World communications: A handbook (pp. 262-276). New York: Longman.

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BOOK CHAPTERS
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C72.  Rice, R. E. Some thoughts about studying communication, In. V. Kishor (Ed.) (2015).  Communication for the curious: Why study communication.  The Curious Academic Publishing (Chapter 23; online only). http://www.amazon.com/Communication-Curious-Why-Study-ebook/dp/B00X2JIQ3E/ref=sr_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1431806078&sr=1-9&keywords=why+study+communication)

C71. Rice, R. E. (2015). International Communication Association (ICA). In M. J. Bates & M. N. Maack (Eds.), Encyclopedia of library and information sciences (4th ed., in press). London, UK: Taylor & Francis Books. (Revision of 2010 entry in 3rd ed.)

C70. Rice, R. E., Zackrison, E. J., & Seibold, D. R. Coordination. In C. R. Scott & L. K. Lewis (Eds.), International encyclopedia of organizational communication (in press).  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

C69. Atkin, C. K. & Rice, R. E. (2013). Advances in public communication campaigns.  In E. Scharrer (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of media studies: Vol. 5: Media effects/Media psychology. (pp. 526-551). London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

C68. Atkin, C. K. & Rice, R. E. (2013). Strategies and principles for using mass and online/digital media in health communication campaigns. In D. K. Kim, A. Singhal, & G. Kreps (Eds.), Health communication: Strategies for developing global health programs (pp. 13-36). NY: Peter Lang.

C67. Rice, R. E. (2013). Preface. In F. L. F. Lee, L. Leung, J. L. Qin & D. S. Chu (Eds.), Frontiers in new media research (pp. 1-6). NY: Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

C66. Rice, R. E., Meisner, M., Depoe, S., Opel, A., Roser-Renouf, C., & Shome, D. (2012). Environmental communication and media: Centers, programs and resources. In S. Jones (Ed.), Communication @ the center (pp. 137-155).  NY: Hampton Press.

C65. Atkin, C. K. & Rice, R. E. (2012). Theory and principles of public communication campaigns.  In R. E. Rice & C. K. Atkin (Eds.), Public communication campaigns (4th ed., Chapter 1, pp. 3-19).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C64. Rice, R. E. & Foote, D. (2012). A systems-based evaluation planning model for health communication campaigns in developing countries. In R. E. Rice & C. K. Atkin (Eds.), Public communication campaigns (4th ed., Chapter 5, pp. 69-81).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C63. Rice, R. E. & Robinson, J. A. (2012). Transdisciplinary approaches for twenty-first century ocean sustainability communication. In R. E. Rice & C. K. Atkin (Eds.), Public communication campaigns (4th ed., Chapter 16, pp. 231-244).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C62. Bracht, N. & Rice, R. E. (2012). Community partnership strategies in health campaigns. In R. E. Rice & C. K. Atkin (Eds.), Public communication campaigns (4th ed., Chapter 20, pp. 289-304).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C61. Rice, R. E.  (2011).  Diffusion of innovations. Oxford Bibilographies Online (Communication).DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756841-0045 27 pp. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199756841/obo-9780199756841-0045.xml?rskey=oj8eXD&result=2&q=

C60. Rice, R. E., Robinson, J. A., & Caron, B. (2011). Sampling the Sea: Using social media for an online ocean sustainability curriculum. In B. White, I. King, & P. Tsang (Eds.), Social media tools and platforms in learning environments: Present and future (pp. 373-385). NY: Springer Publishing.

C59. Atkin, C. K. & Rice, R. E. (2013). Advances in public communication campaigns. In E. Scharrer (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of media studies: Vol. 5: Media effects/Media psychology (pp. 526-551). London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

C58. Rice, R. E. & Atkin, C. K. (2011). Communication campaigns. Oxford Bibliographies Online (Communication). DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756841-0055. 28pp. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199756841/obo-9780199756841-0055.xml?rskey=Zg4Voe&result=2&q=

C57. Rice, R.E. (2010).  International Communication Association (ICA). In M. J. Bates & M. N. Maack (Eds.), Encyclopedia of library and information sciences (3rd ed.), 1(1), 2865-2872.  NY: Taylor & Francis Books. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t917508581 

C56. Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C. K. (2009). Public communication campaigns: Theoretical principles and practical applications.  In J. Bryant & M. B. Oliver (Eds.), Media effects: Advances in theory and research, 3rd ed. (pp. 436-468). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. 

C55. Simard, C. & Rice, R.E. (2007). The practice gap: Barriers to the diffusion of best practices.  In C.R. McInerney & R.E. Day (Eds.), Re-thinking knowledge management: From knowledge objects to knowledge processes (pp. 87-124). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer-Verlag.  See: http://www.springer.com:80/west/home/generic/search/results?SGWID=4-40109-22-173723443-0

C54. Rice, R.E. (2008). Central concepts in media ownership research and regulation. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), Media ownership: Research and regulation (pp. 3-28). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

C53. Rice, R.E. (2008). Forward. In T. L. Adams & S. A. Smith (Eds.), Electronic tribes:  The virtual worlds of geeks, gamers, shamans, and scammers(pp. vii-xii). Austin: University of Texas Press.

C52. Katz, J., Rice, R.E. & Acord, S. (2006). Uses of internet and mobile technology in health systems: Organizational and sociocultural issues in a comparative context. In M. Castells & G. Cardoso (Eds.), The network society: From knowledge to policy (pp. 183-214). Washington: Brookings Institution Press. [Translated in: Usos da Internet e da tecnologias móveis nos sistemas de saúde: Abordagens sociais e organizacionais num contexto comparativo. In M. Castells & G. Cardoso (Eds.), (2005).  A sociedade em rede. Do conhecimento à acção política (pp. 175-195). Lisbon: INCM (Imprensa Nacional/Casa da Moeda).]

C51. Murero, M. & Rice, R.E. (2006). E-health research. In M. Murero & R.E. Rice. (Eds.), The Internet and health care: Theory, research and practice (pp. 3-26). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

C50. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2006). Internet use in physician practice and patient interaction. In M. Murero & R.E. Rice. (Eds.), The Internet and health care: Theory, research and practice (pp. 149-176). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

C49. Wallis, K. & Rice, R.E. (2006). Technology and health information privacy: Consumers and the adoption of digital medical records technology. In M. Murero & R.E. Rice (Eds.), The Internet and health care: Theory, research and practice (pp. 279-311). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. For a 20-slide summary powerpoint of this study, see http://www.comm.ucsb.edu/faculty/rrice/wallisrice.ppt. For an online video presentation accompanying this powerpoint summary, see http://www.cits.ucsb.edu/video_fls_05-06.htm

C48. Rice, R.E. & Haythornthwaite, C. (2006). Perspectives on Internet use: Access, involvement, and interaction. In L.A. Lievrouw & S. Livingstone (Eds.), Handbook of new media: Social shaping and social consequences of ICTs (Updated student edition) (pp. 92-113). London: Sage.

C47. Rice, R.E.& Schneider, S. (2006). Information technology: Analyzing paper and electronic desktop artifacts. In C. Lin & D. Atkin (Eds.), Communication technology and social change: Theory, effects, and applications (pp. 101-121). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.  (Top paper in Computer-Mediated Communication, Russian Communication Association conference, St. Petersburg, June 2006).  [A longer version emphasizing unintended implementation aspects appears as Rice, R. E. & Schneider, S. (2007). Desktop artifacts: A site for individual adjustment to new information systems.  Vestnik: Theory and Practice of Communication – The Journal of the Russian Communication Association, 5 (English ed.), 30-46.]

C46. Rice, R.E. & Stohl, C. (2006).  Communication and human factors. In G. Salvendy (Ed.), Handbook of human factors and ergonomics (3rd ed.) (pp. 150-176). NY: Wiley.

C45. Rice, R.E. (2004). Social aspects of implementing a medical information system: Cure or symptom? In P. Whitten & D. Cook (Eds.), Understanding health communications technologies: A case study approach (pp. 19-29). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

C44. Katz, J. E., Rice, R.E. & Acord, S. (2004). E-health networks and social transformations: Expectations of centralization, experiences of decentralization. In M. Castells (Ed.), The network society: A cross-cultural perspective (pp. 293-318). London: Edward Elgar. [Translated: Redes de salud virtual y transformaciones sociales: Expectativas de centralizazion, experiencias de descentralizacion.  In M. Castells (Ed.), (2006). La sociedad red: Una vision global (pp. 360-389). Madrid: Alianza Editorial, S. A.]

C43. Rice, R.E., Hiltz, S.R. & Spencer, D. (2005). Media mixes and learning networks. In S. R. Hiltz & R. Goldman (Eds.), Learning together online: research on asynchronous learning (pp. 215-237). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

C42. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2003). Mobile discourtesy: National survey results on episodes of convergent public and private spheres. In K. Nyiri (Ed.), Mobile democracy: Essays on society, self and politics (pp. 53-64). Vienna: Passagen Verlag.

C41. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2003). The telephone as a medium of faith, hope, terror, and redemption: America, September 11. In M.K. Noll (Ed.), Crisis communications: Lessons from September 11 (pp. 83-97.) NY: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. [Reprinted in J. Katz (2006), Magic in the air: Mobile communication and the transformation of social life (pp. 103-111).  New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press. Earlier version: Prometheus, 20(3), 247-253.]

C40. Rice, R.E. (2004). The Internet and health communication: An overview of issues and research. In P. Lee, L. Leung & C. So (Eds.), Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent societies (pp. 173-204). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

C39. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2004). The Internet and political involvement in 1996 and 2000. In P. Howard & S. Jones (Eds.), Society online: The Internet in context (pp. 102-120). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C38. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2003). Digital divides of the Internet and mobile phone: Structural determinants of the social context of communication technologies.  In J.E. Katz (Ed.), Machines that become us: The social context of personal information technology (pp. 91-104). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

C37. Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C.K. (2002).  Communication campaigns: Theory, design, implementation, and evaluation.  In J. Bryant & D. Zillmann (Eds.), Media effects: Advances in theory and research (2nd ed.) (pp. 427-451). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Reprinted in T. Pludowski (Ed.) (2008). Media studies reader. Warsaw, Poland: Collegium Civitas Press; and Torun, Poland: Wydawnictwo Adam Marszalek.

C36. Rice, R.E. (2002).  Primary issues in Internet use:  Access, civic and community involvement, and social interaction and expression.  In L. Lievrouw & S. Livingstone (Eds.), Handbook of new media (pp. 105-129).  London, UK: Sage.

C35. Rice, R.E. (2001).  The Internet and health communication: A framework of experiences.  In R.E. Rice & J.E. Katz (Eds.), The Internet and health communication: Expectations and experiences (pp. 5-46). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C34. Anigbogu, J. & Rice, R.E. (2001). Expectations and experiences of seeking infertility information via the Internet and telephone directory. In R.E. Rice & J.E. Katz (Eds.), The Internet and health communication: Expectations and experiences (pp. 121-143). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C33. Rice, R.E., Peterson, M. & Christine, R. (2001). A comparative features analysis of publicly accessible commercial and government health database web sites.  In R.E. Rice & J.E. Katz (Eds.), The Internet and health communication: Expectations and experiences (pp. 213-231). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C32. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2001). Concluding thoughts. In R.E. Rice & J.E. Katz (Eds.), The Internet and health communication: Expectations and experiences (pp. 417-429).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

C31. Rice, R.E. & Foote, D. (2001). A systems-based evaluation planning model for health communication campaigns in developing countries.  In Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C. (Eds.), Public communication campaigns (3rd ed.) (pp. 146-157). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  (Earlier version in 2nd edition, 1989, pp. 151-174.)

C30. Rice, R.E. (2001).  Diffusion of innovations and communication.  In J. Schement (Ed.), Encyclopedia of communication and information (pp. 248-253). New York, NY: Macmillan Reference.

C29. Rice, R.E. (2001).  Networks and communication.  In J. Schement (Ed.), Encyclopedia of communication and information (pp. 641-645).  New York, NY: Macmillan Reference.

C28. Rice, R.E. (2001).  Organizational communication.  In J. Schement (Ed.), Encyclopedia of communication and information (pp. 682-686).  New York, NY: Macmillan Reference.

C27. Rice, R.E. (2001).  Careers in organizational communication.  In J. Schement (Ed.), Encyclopedia of communication and information (pp. 686-689).  New York, NY: Macmillan Reference.

C26. Rice, R.E. (1999).  Multiple theories, issues, data and methods for understanding the implementation of an information system.  In H. Bouwman (Ed.), Trends in communication, 5, 39-51.  The Netherlands: Boom Publishers.

C25. Rice, R.E. & Webster, J. (2002). Adoption, diffusion and use of new media in organizational settings. In C. Lin & D. Atkin (Eds.), Communication technology and society (pp. 191-227). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

C24. Rice, R.E. (1998). Preface. In F. Sudweeks, M. McLaughlin & S. Rafaeli (Eds.), Network & netplay: Virtual groups on the Internet (pp. xi-xiii). Cambridge, MA: AIII Press/MIT Press.

C23. Rice, R.E. (1994). Network analysis and computer-mediated communication systems. In S. Wasserman & J. Galaskiewicz (Eds.), Advances in social network analysis (pp. 167-203). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

C22. Rice, R.E. (1994). Multi-en interactive media, toepassingen binnen organisaties. In H. Bouwman & S. Propper (Eds.), Multimedia tussen hopen en hype (pp. 28-40). Amsterdam: Otto Cramwinckel Uitgever.

C21. Rice, R.E. & Atkin, C. (1994). Principles of successful public communication campaigns. In J. Bryant & D. Zillman (Eds.), Media effects: Advances in theory and research (pp. 365-387). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

C20. Rice, R.E. & Steinfield, C. (1994). Experiences with new forms of organizational communication via electronic mail and voice messaging. In J. Erik Andriessen & R. Roe (Eds.), Telematics and work (pp. 109-137). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

C19. Rice, R.E. & Anderson, J.G. (1994). Social networks and healthcare information systems: A structural approach to evaluation. In J. Anderson, C. Aydin & S.J. Jay (Eds.), Evaluating health care information systems: Approaches and applications (pp. 135-163). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

C18. Rice, R.E. (1992). The study of computers as communication media: A course overview. In L. Lederman (Ed.), Communication pedagogy: Approaches to teaching undergraduate courses in communication (pp. 303-322). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

C17. Rice, R.E. (1992). Contexts of research on organizational computer-mediated communication: A recursive review. In M. Lea (Ed.), Contexts of computer-mediated communication (pp. 113-144). United Kingdom: Harvester-Wheatsheaf.

C16. Rice, R.E. (1991). Organic organizations and centralized units: Use, contexts, and outcomes of word processing. In J. Morell & M. Fleischer (Eds.), Advances in the implementation and impact of computer systems, 1, 111-141. NY: JAI Press.

C15. Rice, R.E. (1990). From adversity to diversity: Applications of communication technology to crisis management. In T. Housel (Ed.), Advances in telecommunications management, 3: Information technology and crisis management (pp. 91-112). NY: JAI Press.

C14. Rice, R.E. (1990). Hierarchies and clusters among communication and library and information science journals, 1977-1987. In C. Borgman (Ed.), Scholarly communication and bibliometrics (pp. 138-153). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

C13. Rice, R.E. & Shook, D. (1990). Voice messaging, coordination and communication. In J. Galegher, R. Kraut & C. Egido (Eds.), Intellectual teamwork: Social and technological foundations of cooperative work (pp. 327-350). Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

C12. Rice, R.E. (1987). Challenges facing research on wired cities. In W. Dutton, J. Blumler & K. Kraemer (Eds.), Wired cities: Shaping the future of communications (pp. 446-455). Boston, MA: G. K. Hall and Co.

C11. Rice, R.E. (1987). New patterns of social structure in an information society. In J. Schement & L. Lievrouw (Eds.), Competing visions, complex realities: Social aspects of the information society (pp. 107-120). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

C10. Rice, R.E. (1985). Implications of the media habit for electronic publishing. In M. Greenberger (Ed.), Electronic publishing plus: Media for a technological future (pp. 63-68). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

C9. Dordick, H. & Rice, R.E. (1985). Transmission systems. In C. Meadow & A. Tedesco (Eds.), Telecommunications for management (pp. 55-90). NY: McGraw-Hill.

C8. Rice, R.E. (1984). Development of new media research. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 15-31). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C7. Rice, R.E. (1984). New media technology: Growth and integration. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 33-54). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C6. Rice, R.E. & Williams, F. (1984). Theories old and new: The study of new media. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 55-80). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C5. Rice, R.E. & Rogers, E.M. (1984). New methods and data for the study of new media. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 81-99). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C4. Rice, R.E. (1984). Mediated group communication. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 129-154). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C3. Dozier, D. & Rice, R.E. (1984). Rival theories of electronic newsreading. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 103-127). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C2. Johnson, B.M. & Rice, R.E. (1984). Reinvention in the innovation process:  The case of word processing. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 157-183). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

C1. Rice, R.E. & Bair, J. (1984). New organizational media and productivity. In R.E. Rice (Ed.), The new media: Communication, research and technology (pp. 185-215). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

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REFEREED PROCEEDINGS

P33. Rice, R. E., Pearce, K. E., & Katz, J. E. (2015). Expanding the digital divide framework: Results from 15 years of research. Paper presented at the Partnership for Progress on the Digital Divide 2015 International Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, October.

P32. Griffith, T., Nordback, E., Sawyer, J. & Rice, R. E. (2015).  Back to basics: Facilitating engagement in modern work environments. Proceedings of the 48th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (pp. 1829-1838). IEEE. Kauai, Hawaii, January.

P31.  Rebich Hespanha, S., Rice, R. E., Montello, D. R., Retzloff, S., Tien, S., & Hespanha, J. P. (2012).  Images of climate change in the news: Visual framing of a global environmental issue.  [Poster-oriented refereed conference.]  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 3-7.

P30. Rice, R.E. (2005).  Internet health information searching.  In Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Paper 65, CD-ROM, Mira Digital Publishing), Las Vegas, Nevada, July.

P29. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2002). Comparing Internet and mobile phone digital divides.  In Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science & Technology conference (CD-ROM). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P28. Bieber, M., Im, I., Rice, R.E., Goldman-Segall, R., et al. (2002).  Towards knowledge-sharing and learning in virtual professional communities.  In Proceedings of the 35th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-25'02).  (CD-Rom; 10 printed pages.) Hawaii, January.

P27. Katz, J.E., Rice, R.E. & Aspden, P. (2001).  The Internet, 1995-2000: Access, involvement and expression.  In E. Aversa & C. Manley (Eds.), Proceedings of the 64th American Society for Information Science and Technology Conference (pp. 391-398).  Medford, NJ: Information Today.

P26. Majchrzak, A., Rice, R.E., King, N., Malhotra, A. & Ba, S. (1999).  Development and adaptation of inter-organizational virtual team norms using collaborative technology.  In K. Cox, B. Gorayska & J. Marsh (Eds.), Third international cognitive technology conference, CT'99: Networked minds (pp. 279-290). East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University M.I.N.D. Lab.  San Francisco, CA, August.

P25. Baldwin, N. & Rice, R.E. (1996). Securities analysts as information-seekers. In S. Hardin (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 33 (pp. 146-151). October, Baltimore. Medford, NJ: Information Today.

P24. Perry, C. & Rice, R.E. (1996). Scholarly communication and network influences in the hybrid problem area of developmental dyslexia. In S. Hardin (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 33 (pp. 249-254). October, Baltimore. Medford, NJ: Information Today.

P23. Hayne, S., Rice, R.E. & Licker, P. (1994). Social cues and anonymous group interaction using group support systems. In Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Hawaii International Conference of Systems Sciences, vol. 4 (pp. 73-81).

P22. Rice, R.E. & Tarin, P. (1993). Staying informed: Scientific communication and use of information sources within disciplines. In S. Bonzi (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 30 (pp. 160-164). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P21. Fish, R., Kraut, R., Root, R. & Rice, R.E. (1992).  Evaluating video as a technology for informal communication. In P. Bauersfeld, J. Bennet & G. Lynch (Eds.), Striking a balance: CHI '92 Conference Proceedings (pp. 37-48). Monterey, CA, February. NY: Association for Computing Machinery Press.

P20. Rice, R.E. & Crawford, G. (1992). Analysis of citations between communication and library and information science articles. In D. Shaw (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 29 (pp. 8-12). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P19. Rice, R.E. & Danowski, J. (1991). Comparing comments and semantic networks about voice mail. In J. M. Griffiths (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 28 (pp. 134-138). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P18. Rice, R.E. (1990). Citation networks of communication and library and information science journals, 1978-1987. In D. Henderson (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 27 (pp. 208-211). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P17. Rice, R.E. & Aydin, C. (1990). Social worlds, information systems and intraorganizational boundaries. In D. Henderson (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 27 (pp. 256-260). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P16. Rice, R.E. (1989). Outcomes associated with new media use are contingent on task characteristics. In J. Katzer &  G. Newby (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 26 (pp. 177-182). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P15. Rice, R.E., Borgman, C., Bednarski, D. & Hart, P. (1988). Journal-to-journal citation data: Issues of reliability and validity. In C. Borgman & E. Pai (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 25. (pp. 59-65). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P14. Rice, R.E. & Shook, D.E. (1988).  Access to, usage of and outcomes from electronic messaging. In R. Speth (Ed.) Message handling systems: Proceedings of the IFIP TC 6/WG 6.5 working conference on messaging handling systems (pp. 377-385). Munich, April. The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Publishers.

P13. Rice, R.E. (1988). Collection and analysis of data from communication system networks. In R. Allen (Ed.), Proceedings of the Association for Computing Machinery conference on office information systems (pp. 134-141). New York, NY: ACM.

P12. Hart, P. & Rice, R.E. (1987). Online organizational information: Tasks, usage and evaluation. In C. Chen (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 24 (pp. 96-105). Medford, NJ: Learned Information.

P11. Rice, R.E. & Torobin, J. (1986). Expectations about the impacts of electronic messaging. In J.M. Hurd (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 23 (pp. 271-276). Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc.

P10. Rice, R.E. & Shook, D. (1986). End-user computing: Access, usage and benefits. In J.M. Hurd (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 23 (pp. 265-270). Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc.

P9. Love, G. & Rice, R.E. (1985). Electronic emotion: A content analysis and role analysis of a computer-mediated communication network. In C. Parkhurst (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 22 (pp. 266-270). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industries.

P8. Hart, P. & Rice, R.E. (1985). Interorganizational dependence in the electronic publishing industry. In C. Parkhurst (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 22 (pp. 146-149). White Plains: Knowledge Industries.

P7. Rice, R.E. (1984). New patterns of social structure in an information society. In B. Flood, J. Witiak & T. Hogan (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 21 (pp. 30-33). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

P6. Rice, R.E. (1983). Computer-monitored data for office systems research. In Office systems research association proceedings (pp. 127-136). Whittier, CA: Executive Productivity Management.

P5. Rice, R.E. & Bair, J. (1983). Conceptual role of new communication technology in organizational productivity. In R. Vondran, A. Caputo, C. Waserman & R. Diener (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 20 (pp. 4-8). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

P4. Johnson, B. & Rice, R.E. (1983). Redesigning word processing for productivity. In R. Vondran, A. Caputo, C. Waserman & R. Diener (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 20 (pp. 187-190). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

P3. Rice, R.E. (1982). Group interaction via information systems: Structural attributes and role development. In A. Petrarca, C. Taylor & R. Kohn (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 19 (pp. 239-242). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

P2. Borgman, C. & Rice, R.E. (1982). Computer-monitored data: Prospects and problems for communication research. In A. Petrarca, C. Taylor & R. Kohn (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 19 (pp. 37-40). White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

P1. Rice, R.E. & Case, D. (1981). Computer-based messaging in the university: The Terminal for Managers Program. In L.F. Lunin, M. Henderson & H. Wooster (Eds.), Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting, vol. 18. (pp. 228-230.) White Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry Publications.

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OTHER PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

O22. Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2007). Response to reviews by Fogel, C., Hobler, M. and Rosenberg, A. of Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2002), Social consequences of Internet use: Access, involvement and social interaction (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press). Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies, http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?BookID=372

O21. Rice, R.E. (2006, May). ICTs and unusual routines.  Maine: Viestinnan erikoisaikakauslehti, 2, 17.  (Finnish public relations trade magazine).

O20. Rice, R.E. (2004). A comparative perspective from US surveys.  Comment on Liff, S. (2004, July). An evolving gender digital divide? Oxford Internet Institute Issue Brief #2.  http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/resources/publications/IB2all.pdf  (pp. 13-15).

O19. Rice, R.E. (2003). Response to review by Golden, K.M. of Rice, R.E. & Katz, J.E. (2001). The internet and health communication: Experiences and expectations (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.   for Cyberculture Studies, http://www.com.washington.edu/rccs/bookinfo.asp?ReviewID=229&BookID=192

O18. Katz, J.E. & Rice, R.E. (2002).  What are we trying to escape?  Editorial, Newsday, June 23.  

O17. Rice, R.E. (1997). Rejoinder to "Citation Format" by Garfield, E. & Small, H. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 48(10), 964.

O16. Rice, R.E. (1995). The Internet as a health care communication tool. TelemedicineToday, 3(1), 6, 7 & 27.

O15. Rice, R.E. (1995). Writing wrongs (Guest editorial). Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 46(5), 322-324.

O14. Rice, R.E. (1993). Artifacts, freedoms, paradoxes and inquiries: Some ways new media challenge traditional mass media and interpersonal effects paradigms. MultiMedia Review/Virtual Reality World (now Virtual Reality World), 4(2), 30-35.

O13. Rice, R.E. (1986). Office workstations in the home. (Review of book by National Research Council.) Information Processing and Management, 4(1), 360-362.

O12. Rice, R.E. (1986). Information systems and management: Implications for use and implementation. In Proceedings of the 3rd european congress on office systems and information management (pp. 464-486). Munich, Germany: Computer World-CSE.

O11. Rice, R.E. (1985). Understanding new media. (Review of book by Compaine et al., 1984.) Journal of Communication, 35(2), 210-214.

O10. Manross, G. & Rice, R.E. (1985). Don't hang up! Or, adopting the intelligent telephone. In J. Goldthwaite (Ed.), Office automation conference digest (pp. 205-210). Washington, D.C.: AFIPS.

O9. Hart, P. & Rice, R.E. (1985). The development of the electronic publishing industry in the United States. In M. Williams (Ed.), Online proceedings. New York: Online Review.

O8. Rice, R.E. (1984). Review of Kerr and Hiltz: Computer-mediated communication systems. (Review of book.) Journal of Communication, 34(2), 208-211.

O7. Rice, R.E., Johnson, B., Kowal, D. & Feltman, C. (1984). Word processing: Training as organizational design. In Office Systems Research Association Proceedings (pp. 121-133).

O6. Johnson, B., Rice, R.E. & Taylor, J. (1983). Growing office systems from word processing. In Office Systems Research Association Proceedings (pp. 137-146).

O5. Rice, R.E. (1983). Media style and office communication systems. In Office Systems Research Association Proceedings (pp. 113-126).

O4. Rice, R.E., Case, D. & Marcus, J. (1982). Lessons learned from the organizational technology studies at Stanford University. In Office Automation Conference Proceedings (pp. 653-660). San Francisco: American Federation of Information Processing Societies.

O3. Rice, R.E., Johnson, B. & Rogers, E. (1982). Facilitating adoption of new office technology. In Office Automation Conference Proceedings (pp. 645-652). San Francisco: American Federation of Information Processing Societies.

O2. Rice, R.E. (1981). Resources for longitudinal network analysis. Connections, IV(2), 10-22.

O1. Contributor to Gunter, J. (Ed.). (1978). The United States and the debate on the world information order. Washington, DC: Academy for Educational Development. USICA Grant 1069-88152; Ford Foundation Grant 785-0267.

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PROFESSIONAL HONORS
2015:  International Communication Association's Chaffee Career Achievement Award (see http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2015/015418/ucsb-communication-professor-honored-career-achievement)

2011:
Honorary Faculty Marshall, Division of Social Sciences, UCSB Graduation.

2011:
Fellow, International Communication Association.

2010:
Honorary (honoris causa) Doctorate, University of Montreal, October.

2008-2010
: Nanyang Technological University Professor, each August. 
Made public and course presentations, commented on papers, met with faculty and students.

2008-2009: Rockwood Fellow in Media, Communications and Information Policy (www.rockwoodleadership.org).

2007: Wee Kim Wee Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, August.  Made public and course presentations, commented on papers, met with faculty and students.

2006
: Fulbright Fellowship, Finland, March through July 2006.  Centered at Department of Communication, University of Helsinki.  Taught two courses (at U. Helsinki, and at Open University), made numerous presentations at Universities, workshops, seminars, and conferences throughout Finland.

2006:  National Communication Association Health Communication Division’s Distinguished Book Award, 2006: Public communication campaigns, 3rd ed. (Rice & Atkin, Eds.).

2005-2011
: Elected to series of executive offices, including President (2006-2007), of the International Communication Association.

2004
: Best Reviewer, Organizaitonal Communication and Information Systems Division, Academy of Management (out of 189 reviewers for AoM Conference), August, New Orleans.

2003: The Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies selected The Internet and Health Communication: Experiences and Expectations (Rice & Katz, 2001) as the book of the month for February 2003.  RCCS receives major web traffic (between 500-600 visitors a day, and much more than that on the first of the month, the day new reviews are published).

2002: Two Top reviewer awards from Management Communication Quarterly, awarded at NCA, New Orleans, November.

2002: John Metcalfe Visiting Research Grant, University of New South Wales, Australia, July.

2001: Award for Best Published Paper in MIS Quarterly, 2000 (Majchrzak, Rice, Malhotra, King & Ba).

2001: Presenter of annual Cowperthwaite Lecture, Kent State University, June.

2000: Nominated from SCILS for Rutgers University scholar-teacher award.

1999-2000: Marquis Who's Who in the East.

1999: Awarded Citation of Excellence, Highest Quality Rating, by Anbar Electronic Intelligence Editorial Advisory Board (Kraut, Rice, Cool & Fish).

1999: Award for Best Published Paper of 1998, awarded by the Organizational Communication and Information Systems division of the Academy of Management (Kraut, Rice, Coll & Fish).

1999: Nominated from SCILS to Graduate School, New Brunswick, for graduate faculty outstanding teaching award.

1999: Communication Department Award for Excellence in Research.

1999: Best Paper Award from Organizational Communication and Information Systems division of the Academy of Management (Rice, Hayne & Pollard, 1999).

1998: $1000 Fellowship to Direct Marketing Educational Foundation's Professor Institute workshop on direct and interactive marketing, Atlanta, March.

1998-1999: Honored Member, Strathmore's Who's Who.

1997: Marquis Who's Who in the Media and Communications.

1996: Sterling's Executive Who's Who.

1995: Won Research Award from National Science Council of Taiwan for the co-authored chapter on "Browsing" in the Annual Review of Information Science and Technology.

1995: Nominated from SCILS to Graduate School, New Brunswick, for graduate faculty outstanding teaching award. Departmental Award for Research.

1993: Appointed Fellow of the Alexandria Project Laboratory, SCILS.

1993: Selected to participate in Comserve's Master Scholars Program.

1991: The Rutgers University School of Communication, Information & Library Studies Research Award.

1989, 1994, 1995: Visiting Research Fellowship by Australian Government, to MacQuarie University, Sydney, Summer.

1982: Best Dissertation, American Society for Information Science.

1980: Commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel.

Top Papers:

Academy of Management: Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division (1994); Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division (1999)

Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Work: (1994)

International Communication Association: Communication and Technology Division (1982, 1986, 1987, 1994); Information Systems Division (1985, 1989); Mass Communication Division (1988)

National Communication Association: Mass Communication Division (2008)

Russian Communication Association, St. Petersburg, Russia: Computer-Mediated Communication Session (2006)

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