2017

Allen, A., Meryl Alper, H. Shane, and C. Haynes. “Interprofessional Development of a Survey Exploring Mobile Technology Use Among Families of Children with Autism.” Paper presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA, November 2017.

Alper, Meryl. “Disability: Making ‘Sense’ of Computing Through Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism.” Panel on Making Sense of Computing: Methods, Uses, and Histories presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science, Boston, MA, August 2017.

Alper, Meryl. “Hearing Synthetic Speech as Human: Disability, Technology, and the Politics of Listening to Computerized Voice.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Alper, Meryl. “Making a Case for iPad Cases: Theorizing Mobile Accessories and Materiality.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Bigman, Cabral A., Susan Mello, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Andy S. Tan. “Intervening to Say ‘No’ to Secondhand Smoke and Vapor: Psychosocial Correlates of Intentions to Ask Others Not to Smoke or Vape in Public Venues.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Blake, Nathan. “Living Death: Replay and Redeployment in Source Code.” Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago, IL, March 2017.

Cannon, Kristopher L. “What Does a Gay Bar Sound Like? The Temporality of Sound in Queer as Folk.” Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago, IL, March 2017.

Drury, Sara A. Mehltretter, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Style Trumps Substance: The Enduring Legacy of the Great Debate of September 26, 1960.” Paper presented at the 2017 Alta Argumentation Conference, Alta, UT.

Ellis, Ryan. “Anatomy of a Failed Intervention: The FCC Revisits Municipal Broadband.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Ellis, Ryan. “‘No More Free Bugs’: Organizing the Market for Software Vulnerabilities.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, April, MA.

Ellis, Ryan. “Security Research as Creative Labor: Digital Labor and the Commodification of Vulnerabilities.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Ellis, Ryan. “A Valuable Flaw: The Creation of a Market for Software Vulnerabilities.” Paper presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 2017.

Forman, Murray. “Hip Hop Studies before Hip Hop Studies.” Keynote panel presented at the “One Hundred and Fifty Futures of Hip-Hop in Canada” Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, CA, November, 2017

Forman, Murray. “Hip-Hop Nostalgia and Competing Discourses of the Past.” Invited presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Age, Communication and Technologies (ACT) Network, University of Ottawa, CA, October 2017.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Weiai Xu. “Network Visualization and Decision Making Support: A Cognitive Fit Study.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Fuechslin, Tobias, Mike S. Schaefer, Julia Metag, Silje Kristiansen, and Adrian Rauchfleisch. “Audiences of Science Communication in Switzerland: A Segmentation Analysis.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Granelli, Steve. “President Trump, Professional Wrestling, and the New Political Culture.” Discussant on panel presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Milo Yiannopoulos and Free Speech in the 21st Century.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Hoppmann, Michael. “If Rhetoric Changed Anything, It Would Be Illegal: Uniting Banksy and Burke.” Paper presented at the Sixth Rhetoric in Society Conference of the Rhetoric Society of Europe, Norwich, UK, July 2017.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Pathetische Etymologie [Pathetic Etymology].” Paper presented at the Tenth Salzburg-Tübingen Dialogues on Rhetoric Conference, Tubingen, DE, May 2017.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Towards a Chemical Taxonomy for Types of Arguments and Inferences.” Paper presented at the Second European Conference on Argumentation, Fribourg, SUI, June 2017.

Jackson, Sarah J. “Assembling Collectivity: Subjectivity, Community, and Digital Politics?” Panel presented at the University of Michigan Bicentennial Conference on the Digital Future, Ann Arbor, MI, September 2017.

Jackson, Sarah J. “Considered Intersectionality.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Jackson, Sarah J. “New Media Interventions: Black Cultural Workers, Race, and Representation.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Jackson, Sarah J. “Stories of Dissent: Rereading Ferguson.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association, Chicago, IL, November 2017.

Kristiansen, Silje. “Risk Attention Phase Model: A Multidimensional Risk Construct.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Lu, Amy S., Tom Baranowski, Eldin Dzubur, J. Hwang, and Stephen Intille. “Technology Assisted Physical Activity Measurement among Children: Attractions and Pitfalls.” Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Bethesda, MD, June 2017.

Morreale, Joanne. “Puzzling over Puzzle Narratives: The Case of Mr. Robot.” Paper presented at the Console-ing Passions Conference, East Carolina University, July 2017.

Nakayama, Thomas K. “What’s Moving in Social Movements, Part 2: The Urgency of Mobilization, and Rhetorical Theory-Building in Vitriolic Times.” Panel presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Patel, Rupal, and Meryl Alper. “Giving Voice to Social Communication Outcomes in an Increasingly Diverse and Digital Age.” Paper presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, CA, November 2017.

Picklesimer, Sara, and Stephen Stifano. “Know Your Feelings and Desires: Targeted Emotional Education as a Vehicle for Improving Safe Sex Health Messages.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Street Art as Performative Citizenship: A Local Materialist Approach.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Pietrucci, Pamela, and Andrea Baldini. “Graffiti and Yarnbombing Interventions: Post-Disaster Public Art as Performative Citizenship.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Pietrucci, Pamela, and Andrea Baldini. “Is Yarnbombing Street Art? Arts and Community Activism in Post-Disaster Contexts.” Paper presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics, New Orleans, LA, November 2017.

Pomerantz, Anita, and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Inferential Work by 911 Dispatchers: Soliciting the Missing Pieces.” Paper presented at the 2017 International Pragmatics Conference, Belfast, Ireland.

Reagle, Joseph. “One, Many, and Millions: Will QS and Big-N Solve Science’s Reproducibility Crisis?” Refereed presentation in Technologies of Self panel at 4S, Boston, MA, August 2017.

Reagle, Joseph, and Zack McDowell. “Evidence-Based Pedagogy: Students Write Wikipedia.” Refereed presentation at The New Media Consortium 2017 Summer Conference, Boston, MA.

Robertson, Craig. “Misunderstanding Media: Filing Cabinet.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Roy, Deya. “80 Years in the Making: A Theoretical Review of Uses and Gratifications.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “‘It’s Like Birth Control for HIV’: Communication and Stigma for Gay Men on PrEP.” Poster presented at the 2017 Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mas Communication, Chicago, IL.

Seitz, Holli H., Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Susan Mello, Marilyn M. Schapira, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Immediate and Long-term Effects of a Risk-based Online Mammography Decision Intervention on Predictors of Mammography Behavior.” Paper presented to the Fourth D.C. Health Communication Conference, Fairfax, VA, April 2017.

Strain, Tracy Heather. “Spotlight on Women in Cinema.” Program sponsored by Facebook at the 2017 American Black Film Festival, Miami Beach, FL, June 2017.

Strain, Tracy Heather. “The Dream Keepers: Literature as Activism.” Film segment presented at the 2017 International Association for Literary Journalism Studies Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, CA.

Strain, Tracy Heather. ”Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart.” Film segments presented at the 2017 Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Tan, Andy S., Susan Mello, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Cabral A. Bigman. “Assertive Communication About Others’ Smoking and Vaping in Public Venues—Prevalence and Correlates from a National Survey of U.S. Adults.” Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco Annual Meeting, Florence, IT, March 2017.

Tannebaum, Michael. “Parent-Child Sexual Communication as a Predictor of Young Adults’ Sexual Behaviors and Sexual Communication Practices.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.

Tannebaum, Michael, and Willa Davis. “Young Adults’ Use of Technology to Communicate with Romantic Partners about Sexual Health Issues: Implications for STI Prevention.” Paper presented at the 2017 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.

Van Gilder, Bobbi. “Femininity as Perceived Threat to Military Effectiveness: How Military Service Members Reinforce Hegemonic Masculinity in Talk.” Paper presented at the 2017 Western States Communication Association Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

Van Gilder, Bobbi. “Military Culture: How Communicative Stigmatization Practices Influence Feelings of Belonging for Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals in the U.S. Military.” Paper presented at the 2017 Western States Communication Association Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

Van Gilder, Bobbi. “Islamaphobia and Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’: Identity, Difference, and Intergroup Attitudes.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

Williams, Maggie, and Ishani Mukherjee. “Cinema as Cross-Cultural Case Study: Teaching Intercultural Communication through Popular Films.” Paper presented at the 2017 National Communication Association Convention, Dallas, TX.

2016

Alper, Meryl. “The Communicative Value of Recreational Media Use Among Children with Complex Communication Needs.” Paper presented to the Society for Research in Child Development, Special Topic Meeting: Technology and Media in Children’s Development, Irvine, CA, October 2016.

Alper, Meryl. “Disability, Digital Media, and the ‘Home Technology Divide.’” Paper presented at the 2016 Digital Media and Learning Conference, Irvine, CA.

Alper, Meryl, and Gerard Goggin. “Children with Disabilities: Rights, Digital Tech, Freedoms.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association, Fukuoka, JPN.

Bickmore, Timothy, Michael Hoppmann, Ha Trinh, and Reza Asadi. “Virtual Agents in the Classroom: Experience Fielding a Co-Presenter Agent in University Courses.” Paper presented at the International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), Los Angeles, CA, September 2016.

Blake, Nathan. “Between Mesh and Flesh: Pygmalionesque Desire, Curiositas, and Visual Effects in Ex Machina.” Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Atlanta, GA, March 2016.

Cannon, Kristopher L. “When Do #BlackLivesMatter?” Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Atlanta, GA, March 2016.

Depue, Jacob. “The Important Role of Perceived Knowledge in Stimulating Conversation About Health Content.” Paper presented at the Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington, KY, April 2016.

Forman, Murray. “Every Day a Pioneer: Aging Artists and Hip-Hop Legacies.” Paper presented to the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), University of Calgary, Calgary, CAN, May 2016.

Forman, Murray. “Old in the Game: Age and Aging in Hip-Hop.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Aging, Communication, Technology (ACT) Network, Castelldefels, ES, October 2016.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Sarah J. Jackson. “The Networked Battle for #Baltimore: #Hashtag Activism and the Framing of Urban Unrest.” Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Computational Social Science, Evanston, IL, June 2016.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, Michael Stefanone, and C. Wilson. “Network Awareness: The Development and Validation of a Scale.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, Newport Beach, CA, USA.

Foucault Welles, Brooke. “Computational Scholarship in Civic and Public Communication: Challenges and Opportunities in Research and Pedagogy.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Foucault Welles, Brooke. “SNA as a Pathway to STEM: Broadening Participation in STEM through Undergraduate SNA Classes.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, Newport Beach, CA.

Goggin, Gerard, and Meryl Alper. “Disability, Children, and New Challenges to Digital Policy and Human Rights.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Association for Media and Communication Research Pre-Conference, Children’s and Young People’s Rights in the Digital Age, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Hobeika, Marie Odile. “‘I Would Cut Off My Right Hand Just Not to be an Arab’: Civic and Ethnic Justifications of Lebanese National.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Hoppmann, Michael. “On the Objectivity of Norms of Argumentation.” Paper presented at the 2016 Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study or Argumentation (OSSA), Windsor, ON.

Hoppmann, Michael. “The Limits of Reason.” Paper presented at the Biennial Venice Conference on Argumentation, Venice, IT, May 2016.

Jackson, Sarah J. “All Black Lives Matter: The New Rise of Radical Intersectionality in America’s Black Freedom Movement.” Paper presented at the Intersectionnalité Politique, Université Paris-Dauphine, Paris, FR, May 2016.

Jackson, Sarah J. “Cultivating Conference Panel Diversity: A Conversation on Obstacles and Best Practices in Disrupting Whiteness.” Panel discussion at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Jackson, Sarah J. “Does What Happened in Vegas Have to Stay in Vegas? Revisiting #WhyFeminism and (Re)hashing the Call for Hashtag Feminism.” Panel discussion at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Jackson, Sarah J. “(Re)Imagining Intersectional Democracy: From Black Feminism to Hashtag Activism.” Invited Presentation for a themed session, “Voting from the Margins 2016: Making Feminist, Queer, Latinx, and #BlackVotesMatter,” 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Jackson, Sarah J., and Sonia Banaszczyk. “Digital Standpoints: Debating Gendered Violence and Racial Exclusions in the Feminist Counterpublic.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Katz, V., Meryl Alper, and L. S. Clark. “Researching Children, Intersectionality, and Diversity in the Digital Age.” Paper presented to the Society for Research in Child Development, Special Topic Meeting: Technology and Media in Children’s Development, Irvine, CA, October 2016.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and Anita Pomerantz. “The Problem of Transfer to a Second Dispatcher in a 911 Wireless Call Center.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and B. C. Sutherland. “Making Sense Out of Silent Calls to
9-1-1.” Paper presented at APCO-Atlantic Conference (Association of Public Safety Communication Officials), Albany, NY, October 2016.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “The Payoff for Suppressing Complaints in Customer Service Encounters.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Lu, Amy S. “Character Design for Diverse Audiences: Some Psychological and Behavioral Perspectives.” Poster presented at the 2016 Design Track of the Game Developers Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Lu, Amy S. “The Narrative Impact of Active Video Games (AVG) on Physical Activities (PA) Among Children.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association Convention, Fukuoka, JPN.

Lu, Amy S. “The Narrative Impact on Children’s Step Counts during Active Video Game (AVG) Play.” Poster presented at the 2016 Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference, Washington, DC.

Lu, Amy S., T. Baranowski, S. Lee Hong, Richard Buday, Deborah Thompson, Alicia Beltran, H. Dadabhoy, and T. Chen. “The Active Video Games (AVG) Narrative Impact on Children’s Physical Activities.” Paper presented at the “The Role of Media Characters and Gaming in Children’s Health” symposium at the Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Technology and Media in Children’s Development, Irvine, CA, October 2016.

Mello, Susan, and Andy S. Tan. “Who’s to Blame? Media Framing of Responsibility for Pediatric Environmental Health and Mothers’ Perceptions of Accountability.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association, Fukuoka, JPN.

Noland, Carey, Maria Shiyko, and Harrison Blum. “Contemplative Pedagogy and Mindfulness Initiatives: A Brief In-Class Mindfulness Intervention to Improve Students’ Well-Being and Academic Experience.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Picklesimer, Sara, and Stephen C. Stifano. “Too Much is Never Enough: Excessive Media Use among College Students, its Correlates, and Impacts on Quality of Life.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Knitting a Community Back Together: Post-Disaster Public Art as Citizenship Engagement.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Mapping Social Change: Rhetorical Topographies as Critical Praxis.” Paper presented at the 2016 Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Re-Integrating Public and Technical Discursive Spheres: Understanding the Rhetorical Impact of the case of L’Aquila Seven.” Paper presented at the 2016 Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Local Rhetorics: A Rountable.” Panel discussion at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Pietrucci, Pamela, and Andrea Baldini. “Pebbles and Beads: Reappropriating Post-earthquake L’Aquila with Street Art.” Paper presented at the 2016 ICA Young Scholars Preconference on “Communicating the Power of Visuals,” Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka, JPN.

Ralston, Rachel, Nancy Rhodes, Susan Mello, and David R. Ewoldsen. “Exploring the Role of Efficacy Accessibility in Risk Behavior.” Paper presented at the 2016 International Communication Association, Fukuoka, JPN.

Renzi, Alessandra. “Post-media Activism in Transition.” Paper presented at the Union for Democratic Communication Conference, Detroit, MI, October 2016.

Renzi, Alessandra. “The Significance of Autonomist Marxist Research for Media Theory and Communication Studies.” Roundtable with Jack Bratich, Nick Dyer-Withford, Fiona Jeffris, and Dorothy Kidd. Union for Democratic Communication Conference, Detroit, MI, September 29-October 1, 2016.

Robertson, Craig. “How Does Paper Work? Rethinking Paper and Media Through a History of the Filing Cabinet.” Paper presented at the “What is Media?” International Conference organized by the University of Oregon, April, 2016.

Robertson, Craig. “The Filing Cabinet.” Invited plenary panel presented at “The Toronto School: Then, Now, Next.” Conference at the University of Toronto, ON, October 2016.

Rodríguez, V. M., J. L. Hay, C. L. Daniel, Brooke Foucault Welles, and A. C. Gelle. “Friendly Tanning: College Students’ Engagement with Friends around Indoor Tanning.” Poster presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Preventive Oncology, Columbus, OH, March 2016.

Sanders-Jackson, Ashley, Andy S. Tan, Cabral A. Bigman, Susan Mello, and Jeff Niederdeppe. “Evaluation of Rationales for and against Regulating E-cigarettes.” Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 2016.

Tannebaum, Michael. “College Students’ Attitudes toward Sexually Transmitted Infection Stigma, Shame, and Self-disclosure: Implications for Partner Communication.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Tannebaum, Michael. “Seeking Sexual Health Information from Romantic Partners: Testing an Application and Extension of the Theory of Motivated Information Management.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Van Gilder, Bobbi. ”Discursive Constructions of LBG Military after the Repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Williams, Maggie G., and Ishani Mukherjee. “Exploring Intercultural Communication through Popular Texts.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Williams, Maggie G., Hannah Cumler, and Brad Thompson. “Ride Sharing in the News: Early News Coverage of Ride Sharing in Urban Environments.” Paper presented at the 2016 National Communication Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

2015

Dallimore, Elise J., Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt. “Leveling the Playing Field: Deliberating How Cold-Calling Might Enhance Gender Equity in the Classroom.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Forbush, Eric, and Brooke Foucault Welles. “Social Media Use and Adaptation Among Chinese Students Beginning to Study in the United States.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and C. Riedl, C. (2015). “Team Communication Unpacked: The Role of Endogenous Communication Processes on Team Decision-Making Outcomes.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Jesica Speed Wiley. “Support, Stress, and Surveillance: The Intersections of Social Media Use and Social Capital Among Low-Income Youth of Color.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Gross, Kimberly A., Robert M. Entman, Carole V. Bell, and Andrew Rojecki. “Racial Framing and Racial Appeals in the 2012 Presidential Election.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Strategy in Dissent: The Crisis in Education and Black’s Opinion in Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Jackson, Sarah, and Brooke Foucault Welles. “Hijacking #myNYPD: Social media dissent and networked publics.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Disruptive Ideas: Public Intellectuals and their Arguments for Action on Climate Change.” Paper presented at the 2015 Carsey Wolf Center Conference on Sustainability Communication, University of California-Santa Barbara.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Knowledge-Based Journalism in the Climate Change Debate: Applying Insights from Cultural Theory and Risk Analysis.” Paper presented at the 2015 Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, CO.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “The Disruptor: Naomi Klein as Journalist, Public Intellectual, and Activist.” Paper presented at the 2015 Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, CO.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Theorizing a ‘Rhetorical-Ethnographic’ Approach for the Study of Social Movements and Digital Activism’s Materiality in Contemporary Communication Ecologies.” Paper presented at the Protest Participation in Variable Communication Ecologies Conference for 2015, Sardinia, IT.

Radford, Jason, Brian Keegan, Jefferson Hoye, Ceyhun Karbeyaz, Katherine Ognyanova, Brooke Foucault Welles, Waleed Meleis, and David Lazer. “Conducting Massively Open Online Social Experiments with Volunteer Science.” Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM15), Oxford, UK.

Seitz, H. H., L. Gibson, C. Skubisz, H. Forquer, Susan Mello, M. Schapira, K. Armstrong, and J. N. Cappella. “Effects of a Personalized Mammography Decision Aid on Accuracy of Risk Perceptions and Mammography Intentions.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Talgar, Cigdem, Jesica Speed Wiley, Jacob Depue, and Carey M. Noland. “Practicing Contemplative Gratitude In University Classrooms: Student Learning And Happiness Outcomes.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Mello, Susan, Andy S. L. Tan, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Cabral A. Bigman. “Perceived Harm of Secondhand E-cigarette Vapors and Policy Support to Restrict Public Vaping.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Antonio, TX.

Tan, Andy S. L., Susan Mello, Cabral A. Bigman, and Ashley Sanders-Jackson. “Is Exposure to E-cigarette Communications Associated with Harms of E-cigarette Vapors? Results from a National Survey of U.S. Adults.” Paper presented at the 21st Annual Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2015.

2014

Bednarchik, Lori A., Mark Generous, Paul A. Mongeau, Benjamin Wiedmaier, and George Bryant. “Defining Sexual Consent: Perspectives from a College Student Population.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Bell, Carole V. “Coming Out for Gay Rights: The Role of Value Frames and Public Figures in Changing Minds.” Paper presented at the 2014 International Society of Political Psychology Conference, Rome, IT.

Bell, Carole V. “Continuity and Conservatism in the Multiracial American Drama.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Gross, Kimberly, Robert Entman, Andrew Rojecki, and Carole V. Bell. “Refining Racial Appeals: Media and the 2012 Presidential Campaign.” Paper presented at the 2014 American Political Science Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, Corey Murphy, Andrea Grimes Parker, and Jesica Speed. “Networks and Opportunity: Exploring Networked Resources Among Low-Income, Minority Youth.” Paper presented at the 2014 International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Celebrating New York Times Co. v. Sullivan: Brennan, Black, and the Importance of Process.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “For Limited Time: Definitional Argument and the Copyright Clause.” Paper presented at the Eighth ISSA (International Society for the Study of Argumentation) Conference on Argumentation, Amsterdam, NL.

Hoppmann, Michael J. “Shifting Paradigms in Argument Scheme Studies.” Paper presented at the Eighth ISSA (International Society for the Study of Argumentation) Conference on Argumentation, Amsterdam, NL.Hoppmann, Michael J. “On the Border between Time-Tested and Outdated.” Paper presented at the 2014 Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Jackson, Sarah. “Post-(Apocalyptic)Racial: The Walking Dead and Heroic American Past(s) and Present(s).” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and Jeffrey D. Robinson. “Evidence and Explanation for Essentially-Three-Part Sequences of Action in Ordinary Conversation: A Case of Arrangement Making.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Los Angeles, CA.

Kidwell, Mardi, and Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Accounts in Traffic Stops.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Los Angeles, CA.

Kidwell, Mardi, and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Accounts in Traffic Stops.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Los Angeles, CA.

Knight, Kendra, and Benjamin Wiedmaier. “Work and Life, and Sex Too: Emerging Adults’ Casual Sexual Involvements and the Ideal Worker Norm.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Meade, Thomas, and Colleen Malachowski. “An Exploration of the Effects of Media Usage on Communication Apprehension and Dating Anxiety: An Extended Abstract.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Mello, Susan, and Robert C. Hornik. “Effects of Media Coverage on Mothers’ Behaviors to Protect Pediatric Environmental Health.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Mello, Susan. “Media Coverage of Toxic Risks: A Content Analysis of Pediatric Environmental Health Information Available to New and Expecting Mothers.” Paper presented at the 2014 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.New Orleans, LA.

Nelson, Erin C., Brian Spitzberg, and Benjamin Wiedmaier. “The Wobegon Effect: Regulating Self-Perceived Communication Competence with Cognitive Priming.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Noland, Carey, and Heather Carmack. “Narrativizing Nursing Students’ Experiences Medical Error During Clinicals.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “A Rhetoric of ‘Disastrous Reassurance’ Voices from the Seismic Crater in the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Foregrounding Locality in Protest Rhetoric.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Seitz, Holli H., Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Marilyn M. Schapira, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Using a Personalized Online Mammography Decision Aid to Change Normative Beliefs About Mammography.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Seitz, Holli H., Marilyn M. Schapira, Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Tailoring, Exemplars, and Amount of Information in an Online Mammography Decision Aid: Effects on Decision Process Outcomes.” Paper presented at the 2014 Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making, Miami, FL.

Speed Wiley, Jesica. “Teaching Well, Unprofessionally: Aesthetics and Dissent in Teaching Work.” Paper presented at the 2014 Eastern States Communication Association Convention, Providence, RI.

Speed Wiley, Jesica. “Women and Prison Classrooms.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

2013

Bell, Carole V. “Race, Gender, and Parasocial Politics in the New Public Sphere: Understanding the Political Implications of Cross Cultural TV Viewing through a Social Media Lens.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Bell, Carole V. “Television Dramas, Elite Television Fan Communities and Racial Discourse in the New Public Sphere,” Paper presented at the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London, UK.

Entman, Robert, Andrew Rojecki, Kimberly Gross, and Carole V. Bell. “Making and Unmasking Racial Threat in the 2012 Election Campaign.” Paper presented at the 2013 Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., 2013.

Foucault Welles, Brooke. “A Multi-Theoretical, Multi-Level Investigation of the Structure of Social Relationships in Virtual Worlds.” Paper presented at the 2013 INSNA Sunbelt Conference on Social Network Analysis, Hamburg, DE.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Peter V. Miller. “Nonverbal Correlates of Survey Rapport: An Analysis of Interviewer Behavior.” Paper presented at the Cannell Workshop at the 2013 meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), Boston, MA.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Children or Adults? The Diminishing Speech Rights of Youth in America’s Public Schools.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Preciseness is a Virtue: What are Critical Questions?” Paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, Windsor, CA.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Richard Whately’s Concept of Presumption and the Burden of Proof.” Paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Chicago, IL.

Hoppmann, Michael J. “Humor in the Face of Tragedy.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Hoppmann, Michael J. “What are Critical Questions?” Paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study or Argumentation, Windsor, Canada.

Jackson, Sarah. “‘Nigger Gal’ in Distress: Race and Womanhood in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained.’” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Jackson, Sarah. “Defining Women in Need: VAWA Identity Politics.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Jackson, Sarah. “Occupying the Civil Rights Movement: Cable News Framing of Contemporary Protest through Historical Memory.” Paper presented at the 2013 Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Convention, Washington DC.

Jackson, Sarah. “Occupying the Civil Rights Movement: Cable News Framing of Contemporary Protest through Historical Memory.” Paper presented at the 2013 Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Convention, Washington DC.

Leone, Ron, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Obscenity to the Max: Max Hardcore, Community Standards and ‘Works as a Whole’ Online.” Paper presented at the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London, UK.

Martin, Judith N., and Thomas K. Nakayama. “Reconsidering Intercultural Competence in the Workplace: A Dialectical Approach.” Paper presented at the 2013 Meeting of International Association of Languages & Intercultural Communication, Hong Kong, China.

Nakayama, Thomas K. “The Project of Critical Intercultural Communication.” Keynote address at the 2013 International Convention & English Language Expo, Dallas, TX.

Nakayama, Thomas. “White Out: Filling the Cipher of Dan White.” Paper presented at the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London, UK.

Noland, Carey. “‘My Heart Dropped’: Nurse Socialization and Medical Mistakes.” Paper presented at the 2013 Communicating Medical Errors Conference, Ascona, CH.

Noland, Carey. “HIV Testing Policy Shifts: A Review of the Policies From Patient and Provider Perspectives.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Reagle, Joseph. “Online Cooperation: The Case of Wikipedia.” Paper presented at the 2013 Workshop on Examples of Successful Cooperation, Institute for Advanced Study: Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg, Germany.

Speed, Jessica A. “Organizing Experience in Organizational Spaces: Artists’ Work.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

2012

Andsager, Julie, and Joseph Schwartz. “Conceptualizing Time: Toward Making Content
Analysis Research Time Frames More Meaningful.” Paper presented at the 2012 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.

Bell, Carole. “Talking Politics Online: Elite Fan Communities and Racial Discourse in the New Public Sphere.” Paper presented at the 2012 Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Drury, Sarah Mehltretter, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Remembering and Re-creating the Great Debate of September 25, 1960: The Kennedy and Nixon Presidential Libraries as Sites for Historical Argumentation.” Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Communication Association Convention, Cambridge, MA.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, Anthony Vashevko, Nicholas Bennett, and Noshir Contractor. “Dynamic Models of Communication in an Online Friendship Network.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Goodale, Greg. “The Violence of Sound in a Democracy.” Paper presented at the 2012 Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Herbeck, Dale A. “The Cheerleader and The Athlete: A Sad Tale About the Dismal State of Student Speech Rights.” Paper presented at the 2012 Western States Communication Association Convention, Albuquerque, NM. (Top Paper Award)

Herbeck, Dale A. “Defamation in the Age of Juicy Campus.” Paper presented at the 2012 Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH. (Top Paper Award)

Herbeck, Dale A. “The Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act: ‘Spatial Tactics’ and the First Amendment.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Getting Excited about the CALM Act: Loud Commercials and the First Amendment.” Paper presented at the 2012 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Rereading New York Times v. Sullivan: The Importance of Procedure in Libel Cases.” Paper presented at the 2012 Broadcast Education Association Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (Top Paper Award)

Herbeck, Dale A. “The School Principal Is Your Pal: The Myspace Cases and Student Speech Rights.” Paper presented at the 2012 International Communication Association Convention, Phoenix, AZ.
Hoppmann, Michael. “Identifying with the Accused: A Modern Theory of Stasis.” Paper presented at the 2012 Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “The Accountability of Conduct in Service Encounters: Customers’ Complaints as a Last Defense Against Organizational Authority.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Position Matters: Complaints, Complainability and Negative Observation in Customer Service Encounters.” Paper presented to the 2012 Language and Social Interaction Working Group (LANSI), New York, NY.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “‘Pressuring’ the Service Button: Customers’ Use of So-prefaced Formulations in Service Encounters.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Nakayama, Thomas K. “Mediated multiculturalism: Riots, Official Discourse and Everyday Life.” Paper Presented at the 2012 Association for Cultural Studies, Paris, FR.

Nakayama, Thomas K., and Judith N. Martin. “Ethical Issues in Intercultural Communication Competence: A Dialectical Approach.” Paper presented at the 2012 International Conference on Intercultural Communication, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, CN.

Noland, Carey. “Communication about Sex Research.” Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston MA.

Noland, Carey. “Exploring the Perceptions of New Nurses on Socialization: Implications for Communication Training and Retention.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Noland, Carey. “Nursing Socialization, Communication and Medical Error.” Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston MA. (Top Paper Award)

Noland, Carey, and Hans P. Schlecht. “Understanding Patients’ Perspectives on Opt-Out, Incentivized, and Anonymous Mandatory HIV Testing.” Paper presented at the 2012 International Communication Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Reagle, Joseph. “410 Gone: Infocide in Open Content Communities.” Paper presented at the 13th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Salford, UK.

Schwartz, Joseph, and J. Grimm. “Body Talk: Gay Men’s Body Image Commentary on Queerty.com.” Paper presented at the 2012 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.