Together, our grads produced 49 conference presentations, 19 journal articles, and 21 book chapters in 8 months! Congrats, grads!

Congrats to our grad students! Together, they produced 49 conference presentations,19 journal articles, and 21 book chapters in the last 8 months! Way to go, grads!

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

1.      Adams, A. (author), Rottinghaus, A. R., & Wallace, R. (respondents) (2016). Narratives on extending and transcending mortality: An essay on implications for the future. International Journal of Communication Forum 10, 5721-5731.

2.      Afifi, W., Gangi, K., Blascovich, J., Afifi, T., Cornick, J., Merrill, A., Ryan, W. & Sterling, K. (2016). Mothers' impact on daughters' cardiovascular reactivity in a high-threat context: An immersive virtual environment study. Human Communication Research, 42(3), 371-395. doi: 10.1111/hcre.12085

3.      Bond, B. J., & Figueroa-Caballero, A. (2016). Exploring the relationship between computer-mediated communication, sexual identity commitment, and well-being among lesbian, gay, and bisexual adolescents. Communication Research Reports, 33, 288-294.

4.      Dragojevic, M., Sink, A., & Mastro, D. (2016). Evidence of linguistic intergroup bias in U.S. print news coverage of immigration. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, doi:10.1177/0261927X16666884

5.      Dunbar, N. E., Gangi, K., Coveleski, S., Adams, A., Bernhold, Q., & Giles, H. (2016). When is it acceptable to Lie? Interpersonal and intergroup perspectives on deception. Communication Studies, 67(2), 129-146. doi: 10.1080/10510974.2016.1146911

6.      Jayachandiran, S., Harrison, K. E., Afifi, T.D., & Davis, S. (2016). The United States of wealth: The communicative construction of master and counter narratives of prosperity in the aftermath of the Great Recession. Narrative Inquiry, 26, 39-63. doi: 10.1075/ni.26.1.03jay

7.      Kam, J.A., Guntzviller, L., & Pines, R. (In press). Language brokering, prosocial capacities, and intercultural communication apprehension for Spanish-speaking mothers and their adolescent children. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

8.      Keblusek, L., Giles, H., & Maass, A. (in press). Communication and intergroup life: How language and symbols shape intergroup relations. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.

9.      Mastro, D., & Figueroa-Caballero, A. (in press) Measuring Extremes: A Quantitative Content Analysis of Primetime TV Depictions of Body Type. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media.

10.  Metzger, M. J. & Suh, J. J. (in press). Comparative optimism about privacy risks on Facebook. Journal of Communication, 67(2).

11.  Nicholls, S. B., & Rice, R. E. (in press). A dual-identity model of responses to deviance in online groups: Integrating social identity theory and expectancy violations theory. Communication Theory. doi: 10.1111/comt.12113

12.  Powers, S. R., & Myers, K. K. (2016).  Vocational Anticipatory Socialization: College students reports of encouraging/discouraging sources and messages.  Journal of Career Development.  Advance online publication. doi:  10.1177/0894845316660627

13.  Robinson, B. & Coveleski, S. (in press).  Don’t say that to ME: Opposition to targeting in weight-related intervention messages. Health Communication. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2016.1250189

14.  Roth, F. S., Weinmann, C., Schneider, F. S., Hopp, F. R., Bindl, M. J., & Vorderer, P. (in press). Curving entertainment: the curvilinear relationship between hedonic and eudaimonic experiences while watching a political talk show and its implications for information processing. Psychology of Popular Media Culture.

15.  Scranton, A., Afifi, T., Afifi, W., & Gangi, K. (2016). Networks of passing: Experiences of undocumented Latin American immigrants’ identity negotiation. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 1-21. doi: 0.1080/17475759.2016.1217913

16.  Sink, A., & Mastro, D. (2017). Depictions of gender on primetime television: A quantitative content analysis. Mass Communication and Society, 20, 3-22. doi:10.1080/15205436.2016.1212243

17.  Smith, B. K., & Gustafson, A. (in press). Using Wikipedia to predict election outcomes: Online behavior as a predictor of voting. Public Opinion Quarterly.

18.  Smith, B. K., Figueroa-Caballero, A., Chan, S., Kovacs, R., Middo, E., Nelson, L., … & Stohl, M. (2016). Framing Daesh: Failures and consequences. Perspectives on Terrorism, 10(4), 42-52. Retrieved from http://www.terrorismanalysts.com/pt/index.php/pot/article/view /526/

19.  Woo, D., Putnam, L. L. & Riforgiate, S. (in press). Identity work and tensions in organizational internships: A comparative analysis. Western Journal of Communication.

BOOK CHAPTERS

1.      Abeyta, A., & Giles, H. (2018). Intergroup communication, overview. In Y. Y. Kim & K. McKay-Semmler (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Intercultural Communication (pp. 1-13). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc..

2.      Banks J., Mejia, R., & Adams, A. (Eds.) (in press). 100 Greatest video game characters. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442278127/100-Greatest-Video-Game-Characters#

3.      Dunbar, N. E., & Adams, A.  (in press). Dyadic power theory: Dominance and power in family communication.  In D. O. Braithwaite, E. Suter, & K. Floyd (Eds.), Engaging Theories in Family Communication (2nd edition). New York, NY: Routledge.

4.      Gangi, K., & Soliz, J. (2016). De-dichotomizing interpersonal and intergroup dynamics: Perspectives on communication, identity and relationships. In H. Giles & A. Maass (Eds.), Advances in intergroup communication. New York, NY: Peter Lang.

5.      Hocevar, K. P., & Metzger, M. J. (in press). Source credibility, expertise, and trust in health and risk messaging. In R. Parrott (Ed.) Encyclopedia of health and risk message design and processing. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

6.      Keblusek, L., & Reid, S. (in press). Negotiating Status Hierarchies. In T. K. Shackelford, & V. A. Weekes-Shackelford, (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. New York: Springer. 

7.Keblusek, L., & Giles, H. (in press). Dress Style Code and Fashion. In The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication. New York: Oxford.

8.      Mastro, D., & Sink, A. (2016). Phenotypicality bias on television? A quantitative content analysis of primetime TV. In M. Cepeda & D. Casillas (Eds.), The Routledge companion to Latina/o media (pp. 72-87) . New York: Routledge Press.

9.      Mastro, D., Figueroa-Caballero, A., & Sink, A. (2017). Primetime television: Portrayals and effects. In C. P. Campbell (Ed.), The Routledge companion to media and race (pp. 77-86). New York, NY: Routledge Press.

10.  Mastro, D., & Sink, A. (2017). Portrayals of Latinos in the media and the effects of exposure on Latino & non-Latino audiences. In R. A. Lind (Ed.), Race and gender in electronic media: Content, context, culture (pp. 144-160). New York, NY: Routledge Press."

11.  Mejia, R., Banks, J., & Adams, A. (Eds.) (in press). 100 Greatest video game franchises. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education.

12.  Myers, K. K., & Powers, S. R. (in press).  Mixed methods.  In C. Scott & L. Lewis (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of organizational communication (pp. XX).  International Communication Association and Wiley & Sons.

13.  Pauley, P. M., Veluscek, A., & Harrison, K. E. (2016). Assortative mating. In A. L. Shehan & M. Duncan (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Family Studies (pp. 133-134). Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell. doi: 10.1002/9781119085621.wbefs476

14.  Pines, R., & Giles, H. (in press).  Dance and intergroup communication.  In H. Giles & J. Harwood (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication. New York, NY:  Oxford University Press.

15.  Powers, S. R., & Myers, K. K. (2016).  Research on millennials in the workplace.  In M. Sharabi (Ed.), Generational differences in work values and work ethic: An international perspective (pp. 163-182).  Hauppauge, NY:  Nova Science Publishers.

16.  Putnam, L. L., & Powers, S. R. (2016).  Managing contradictions and dialectics as keys to conflict transformation.  In P. M. Kellett & T. G. Matyok (Eds.), Transforming conflict through communication in personal, family, and working relationships (pp. 3-22).  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books.

17.  Putnam, L. L., Woo, D., & Banghart, S. (in press). Organizational communication. In P. Moy (Ed.), Oxford bibliographies in communication. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

18.  Putnam, L. L., & Banghart, S. (in press). Interpretive approaches. In Scott, C. R., & Lewis, L. K. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. New York, NY: Wiley.

19.  Smith, B. K., Ehala, M. & Giles, H. (in press). Vitality theory. In H. Giles & J. Harwood (Eds.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

20.  Smith, B. K., Englund, S., Figueroa-Caballero, A., Salcido, E., & Stohl, M. (in press). Media constructions of terrorism. In M. Stohl, R. Burchill & S. Englund (Eds.), Constructions of Terrorism. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

21.  Woo, D. (accepted/forthcoming). Gangs. In H. Giles & J. Harwood (Eds.), The Oxford encyclopedia of intergroup communication. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

1.      Abeyta, A., Flanagin, A., & McKenzie, G. (2017, May). Exploring the credibility of online information: A proposed framework for understanding experiential credibility. Poster to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

2.      Abeyta, A. N. (2016, November). The non-contributive bystander: Extending the bystander effect to predict online information sharing. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA. *Top paper in the Student Section.

3.      Abeyta, A. N. (2016, November). Motivations to contribute information to online repositories. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

4.      Adams, A., Miles, J., Dunbar, N. E. (2017, May). Explicating textisms in mediated communication: A codebook for analyzing nonverbal cues in text messages. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

5.      Adams, A. (2016, November). Theories on digital game based learning: Building toward a student-centered model. Paper presented at the 102nd National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

6.      Adams, A. (2016, November). The effect of varying media attributes on emotion and introspection in mediated learning contexts. Paper presented at the 102nd National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA. *Top four paper panel

7.      Banghart, S. (2016, November). Corporate social responsibility reporting: Unpacking the transparency paradox. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA. *Top Student Paper, Organizational Communication Division

8.      Bengtson, V.L., Endacott, C.G., & Kang, S. (October 2016). The graying of churches: Perspectives of clergy and older congregation members. Presented to the American Sociology Association, Atlanta, GA.

9.      Bengtson, V., Silverstein, M., Johnson, M., Endacott, C.G., & Kang, S. (November 2016). Older adults’ religious trajectories Explanations for spiritual and religious change in later life. Paper presented to the Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA.

10.  Bernhold, Q., Dunbar, N. E., Merolla, A., & Giles, H. (2017, May). Face threats and facework during hurtful conflict: Extending identity implications theory. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

11.  Bernhold, Q., & Giles, H. (2017, February). Modeling grandparents’ affectionate communication, grandchildren’s relational outcomes, and grandparents’ health: An affection exchange theory perspective. Paper presented in the Interpersonal Communication Division of the annual conference of the Western States Communication Association, Salt Lake City, UT

12.  Coleman, C., Provencher, J., Smith, B.K. (2017, February). Framing theory and research: Where we have been and where are we going? Paper presented at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Salt Lake City, UT.  *Top Paper

13.  Endacott, C. G. (May 2017). Communication of past work experience as resource and repertoire for membership negotiation. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

14.  Endacott, C.G. (November 2016). Religious identities and membership negotiation in the workplace.  Panel presentation to the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

15.  Fisher, J., & Keene, J. (2017, May). Examining cognitive load and recall for educational multimedia messages in ADHD and high media multitasking populations. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA

16.  Fisher, J., Keene, J., Huskey, R., & Weber, R. (2017, May). The offramp problem: Treating media psychology as an insular field inhibits theoretical and empirical progress. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA

*Top 5 Paper, Communication Science & Biology Division.

17.  Figueroa-Caballero, A., & Mastro, D. (2017, May).  Examining the Effects of News Coverage linking Undocumented Immigrants with Criminality: Policy and Punitive Implications. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

18.  Gustafson, A., Jensen, E., & Smith, B. K. (2016, August). Robust social scientific research in a big data universe. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

19.  Gustafson, A., & Smith, B. K. (2016, November). Wikipedia usage as a predictor of voteshare in gubernatorial elections. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

20.  Harrison, K. E. & Pauley, P. M. (2016, November). The Only Constant is Constant Change. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

21.  Harrison, K. E., High, A., & Wotipka, C. (2017, May). The (Un)Importance of a gut feeling: Information seeking strategies in online dating. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA

22.  Huskey, R. Craighead, B., Miller, M., & Weber, R. (2017, May). Intrinsic reward motivates shifts between cognitive control and default mode networks during task performance. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA

23.  Kam, J. A., Guntzviller, L., & Pines, R. (November, 2016). Language brokering, prosocial capacities, and intercultural communication apprehension for Spanish-speaking mothers and their adolescent children. Presented at the National Communication Association annual conference.

24.  Kam, J. A., Marcoulides, K., Steuber, K. R., Mendez Murillo, R. (May 2017). Uncovering patterns of family-undocumented-status disclosures for Latinx early adolescents: A latent transition analysis. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

25.  Kam, J. A., & Pérez Torres, D. (May 2017). Perceived parental legitimacy as a moderator of parent-child communication’s effects on Latinx adolescent substance use. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

26.  Keblusek, L. (May 2017). Causes and effects of indirect interpersonal aggression: A review and synthesis. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

27.Keblusek, L. (May 2017). The evolution of sex differences in aggression: A costliness continuum perspective. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

28.  Keblusek, L., & Giles, H. (May 2017). Dress style and appearance in intergroup life. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

29.  Lonergan, C., & Weber, R. (May 2017). Reconceptualizing physical sex as continuous: Are there sex differences in video game preference? Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA. *Top 5 Paper, Communication Science & Biology Division.

30.Nabi, R., Nicholls, S., Keblusek, L., Huskey, R., & Reed, M. (May 2017). When audiences become advocates: Behavior change through health message posting in social media. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

31.  Nicholls, S. B., & Rice, R. E. (2016, November). Integrating social identity theory and expectancy violations theory to understand responses to deviance in online communities. Paper presented at the 102nd annual conference of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

32.  Pines, R. L. & Kam, J. A. (May 2017). Understanding parent-child relational quality associated with Latino/a language brokers' strategic identity goals. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

33.  Powers, S. R., & Myers, K. K. (2016, November). Vocational anticipatory socialization: College students’ reports of encouraging/discouraging sources and messages. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

34.  Provencher, J., Smith, B. K., Coleman, C. (2016, August). Fifteen years of framing research: Is framing research maturing? Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, MN.

35.  Prusova, D., Adams, A., Dunbar, N. E., Klapilova, K., & Lindova, J. Successful dominance strategies in romantic couples' conflict. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

36.  Reich, S., Reinecke, L., Hefner, D., Winkler, J., Hopp, F. R., Knop- Huelss, K., Chan, M., Owen, B., & Vorderer, P. (May, 2017). Self-construal, cultural values and everyday life with a smartphone: Intercultural differences in being permanently online and connected. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

37.  Rice, R. E., Zmanazadeh, N. & Hagen, I. (May, 2017). College students' media mastery: Themes of tensions, contradictions, and paradoxes in using computers and mobile phones. Presentation on panel Mapping digital divides in communication practices across major life realms.  International Communication Association, San Diego, May.

38.  Robinson, B. & Coveleski, S. (2016). Don’t say that to ME: Opposition to targeting in weight-related intervention messages. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

39.  Robinson, B., Reid, S.A., Rushforth, C., Keblusek, L, Hatsell, E., Peindo, S., & Dragojevic, M. Can evolved sexual strategies be observed in online dating profiles? Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

40.  Scranton, A., Afifi, W.A., Afifi, T., & Gangi, K. (2016, November). Networks of passing: Experiences of undocumented Latin American immigrants’ identity negotiation. Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

41.  Smith, B. K., & Woo, D. (2017, May). TAM3, reasoned action, and technological affordances: Choosing a parsimonious model for understanding technology use. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

42.  Sink, A., Mastro, D., & Dragojevic, M. (2016, November). Warmer but less competent: Using the stereotype content model to understand what makes some gay television characters stereotypical. Paper presented to the Mass Communication Division at the National Communication Association Conference, Philadelphia.

43.  Smith, B. K., & Stohl, M. (2016, December). Countering violent extremism: Construction of the threat and implications for counterterrorism policy. Paper presented at the Constructions of Terrorism Conference, London.

44.  Smith, B. K., Figueroa-Caballero, A., al-Gharbi, M., & Stohl, M. (2016, November). Al Qaeda in the American consciousness: The role of al Qaeda in framing the global terrorist threat. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

45.  Smith, B. K., Kovacs, R., & Stohl, M. (2016, November). The communicative constitution of the terrorist actor: Organizational metaphors and the discourse of al Qaeda. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA. 

46.  Smith, B. K., Figueroa-Caballero, A., & Stohl, M. (2016, June). Networks of terror: A computational approach to studying the communicatively constituted terrorist actor. Poster presented at the International Conference on Computational Social Science, Evanston, IL.

47.  Suh, J. J. & Metzger, M. J. (2017). Comparative optimism about privacy risks on social network sites. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

48.  van Zoonen, W., & Banghart, S. (2017, May). Work/life boundary management preferences, employee engagement, and the role of social media: A three-wave panel study. Paper to be presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

49.  Woo, D. (2017, May). Knowledge sharing in long-term cross boundary collaboration: A field study of urban planning process. Paper to be presented to the Organizational Communication Division of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

EDITED BOOK COLLECTIONS

1.      Banks J., Mejia, R., & Adams, A. (Eds.) (in press). 100 Greatest video game characters. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education.

2.      Mejia, R., Banks, J., & Adams, A. (Eds.) (in press). 100 Greatest video game franchises. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education.