Book Chapters

Chapters in edited volumes by Communication Studies faculty (in bold) since 2009.


Alper, Meryl, and Beth Haller. “Social Media Use and Mediated Sociality Among Individuals with Communication Disabilities in the Digital Age.” In Katie Ellis and Mike Kent (eds.), Disability and Social Media: Global Perspectives (pp. 133-145). London, UK: Routledge, 2017.

Fahy, Declan, and Matthew C. Nisbet. “The Ecomodernists: Journalists Re-Imagining a Sustainable Future.” Forthcoming in Peter Berglez, Ulrika Olausson, Marts Ots (eds.), What is Sustainable Journalism? Integrating the Environmental, Social, and Economic Challenges of Journalism (pp. 39-56). Oxford, UK: Peter Lang.

Jackson, Sarah J. “From the Black Press to Black Twitter: The Importance of African American Journalism in Urban Uprisings.” In Linda Steiner and Silvio Waisbord (eds.), News of Baltimore: Race, Rage and the City (pp. 139-157). New York, NY: Routledge, 2017.

Pietrucci, Pamela, and Andrea Baldini. “Knitting a Community Back Together: Post-Disaster Public Art as Citizenship Engagement.” In Laura Iannelli and Pierluigi Musarò (eds.), Performative Citizenship. Public Art, Urban Design, and Political Participation (pp. 115-132)London UK/Bologna IT: Mimesis International, 2017.

Nisbet, Matthew C, and Declan Fahy. “Models of Knowledge-Based Journalism.” In Kathleen H. Jamieson, Dietram A. Scheufele, and Dan M. Kahan (eds.), Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Communication (pp. 273-283). London: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Zaremba, Alan. “Passing Bad Paper.” In Corey Liberman, Dariela Rodriguez, and Theodore Avtgis (eds.), Casing Crisis and Risk Communication (pp. 57-67). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2017. 

Bowman, Paul, Kristopher L. Cannon, Elena del Río, Shane Denson, Adrian Ivakhiv, Patricia MacCormack, Michael O’Rourke, Karin Sellberg, and Steven Shaviro. “Post-Cinematic Affect: A Conversation in Five Parts.” In Shane Denson and Julia Leyda (eds.), Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st Century Film (pp. 879-932). (Falmer, UK: REFRAME Books, 2016):

Cisneros, J. David, and Thomas K. Nakayama. “New Media, Old Racisms: Twitter, Miss America, and the Cultural Logics of Racism.” In Dreama G. Moon and Michelle A. Holling (eds.), Race(ing) Intercultural Communication: Racial Logics in a Colorblind Era (pp. 105-124). New York: Routledge. 2016.

Herr, Trey, and Ryan Ellis. “Disrupting Malware Markets.” In Richard M. Harrison and Trey Herr (eds.), Cyber Insecurity: Navigating the Perils of the Next Information Age (p. 105-122). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Canons of Legal Interpretation and the Argument from Authority.” In Dima Mohammed and Marcin Lewiński (eds.), Argumentation and Reasoned Action: Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Argumentation (pp. 221-238). London: College Publications 2016.

Jackson, Sarah. “Defining Women in Need: Online Media Coverage of the Violence Against Women Act and Native and Undocumented Women.” In Catherine Squires (ed.), Dangerous Discourses: Feminism, Gun Violence, and Civic Life (pp. 75-100). New York: Peter Lang, 2016.

Katula, Richard. “Demosthenes and Emotional Proof in ‘On the Crown’: Crafting Nostalgia.” In Jerry Murphy (ed.), Demosthenes, On the Crown: A Rhetorical Perspective(pp. 130-147). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2016.

Lu, Amy S., Hadi Kharrazi, and Tom Baranowski. “Digital Games for Nutrition and Healthy Eating: A Systematic Review.” In K. Dadaczynski, S. Schiemann, and P. Paulus (eds.), Gesundheit Spielend Fördern? Potentiale und Herausforderungen von Digitalen Spieleanwendungen für die Gesundheitsförderung und Prävention (Health Promotion Through Gaming? Potentials and Challenges of Digital Games for Health Promotion and Prevention) (pp. 261-281). Weinheim: Beltz Juventa. 2016. (Translated in German.)

Mello, Susan. “How Structured Dialectical Discourse of Risk Eased Tension in North American LNG Siting Conflicts.” In Christopher N. Candlin, Jonathan Crichton, and Arthur S. Firkins (eds.), Communicating Risk (pp. 189-207). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Noland, Carey. “Taking Medical Students to Take a Sexual History.” In Jimmie Manning and Carey Noland (eds.), Contemporary Studies of Sexuality and Communication: Theory and Practice (pp. 341-356). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2016.

Pietrucci, Pamela, and Andrea Baldini. “Knitting a Community Back Together: Spontaneous Public Art as Citizenship Engagement.” In Laura Iannelli and Pierluigi Musarò (eds.), Territories of Political ParticipationPublic Art, Urban Design, and Performative Citizenship (pp. 115-132). Bologna, IT: Mimesis International, 2016.

Robinson, Jeffrey D., and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Making Arrangements and the Accountability of Action.” In Jeffrey D. Robinson (ed.), Accountability in Social Interaction (pp. 264-293). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Van Gilder, Bobbi. ”The Nature of Prejudice: Origins, Consequences, and the Case of Trayvon Martin.” In Sakile K. Camara and Darlene K. Drummond (eds.), Communicating Prejudice: An Appreciative Inquiry Approach (pp. 173-190). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishing, 2016.

van’t Riet, Jonathan, Eva Alblas, Rik Crutzen, and Amy S. Lu.The Effectiveness of Active Videogames on BMI among Young People: A Meta-analysis.” In Daniel Novák, Bengisu Tulu, and Hávar Brendryen (eds.), Holistic Perspectives in Gamification for Clinical Practice (pp. 277-292). London, UK: IGI Global, 2016.

Bell, Carole V. “Talking Racial Politics Online: The Progressive Potential of Television Dramas in ‘Postracial’ America.” In Jason Zenor (ed.), Parasocial Politics: Audience Readings of Cultural Politics in Pop Culture (pp. 133-152). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015.

Corey, Frederick C., and Thomas K. Nakayama. “Coalitions and Collisions.” In Dustin Bradley Goltz and Jason Zingsheim (eds.), Queer Praxis: Questions for LGBTQ Worldmaking (pp. 153-166). New York: Peter Lang, 2015.

Mello, Susan. “Mammography – Communicating Importance.” In T. L. Thompson and G. J. Golson (eds.), Encyclopedia of Health Communication (pp. 790-791). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2015.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Engaging in Science Policy Controversies: Insights from the U.S. Debate Over Climate Change.” In M. Bucchi & B. Trench (eds.), Handbook of the Public Communication of Science and Technology (pp. 173-185). London, UK: Routledge, 2015.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Environmental Advocacy in the Obama Years: Assessing New Strategies for Political Change.” In Norman J. Vig and Michael E. Kraft (eds.), Environmental Policy: New Directions for the Twenty-First Century, 9th Edition (pp. 58-78). Washington: Congressional Quarterly Press. 2015.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Framing, the Media and Risk Communication in Policy Debates.” In H. Cho, T. Reimer, and & K. McComas (eds.), Sage Handbook of Risk Communication (pp. 216-227). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 2015.

Nisbet, Matthew C., and Todd P. Newman. “Framing, the Media, and Environmental Communication.” In Anders Hansen and Robert Cox (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication (pp. 325-338). London: Routledge, 2015.

Reagle, Joseph. “Revenge Rating and Tweak Critique at” In Hiesun Cecilia Suhr (ed.), Online Evaluation of Creativity and the Arts (pp. 22-40). New York, NY: Routledge, 2015.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Defamation Law and Intellectual Freedom.” In Mark Alfino and Laura Koltutsky (eds.), Handbook of Intellectual Freedom: Concepts, Cases, and Theories (pp. 301-317). Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2014.

Nakayama, Thomas K., & Judith N. Martin.  “Ethical Issues in Intercultural Competence: A Dialectical Approach.” In X. Dai & G. M. Chen (Eds.), Intercultural Communication Competence:  Conceptualization in its Development in Cultural Contexts and Iinteractions (pp. 97-117).  Newcastle upon Tyne, UK:  Cambridge Scholars, 2014.

Bell, Carole V. “Clicktivism.” In Kerric Harvey (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 283-284 Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press/SAGE Reference, 2013.

Bell, Carole V. “Glee.” In Kerric Harvey (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 584-585). Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press/SAGE Reference, 2013.

Bell, Carole V. “Hate Groups and Hate Speech in Online and Social Media.” In Kerric Harvey (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 623-626). Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press/SAGE Reference, 2013.

Bell, Carole V. “Rock the Vote.” In Kerric Harvey (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 1078-1080). Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press/SAGE Reference, 2013.

Bell, Carole V. “The Born this Way Foundation.” In Kerric Harvey (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics (pp. 141-143). Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press/SAGE Reference, 2013.

Goodale, Greg. “Sounds of War.” In Michael Bull (ed.), Sound Studies (pp. 106-131). New York, NY: Routledge, 2013.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Swimming in Cybercesspools: Defamation Law in the Age of Social Media.” In Susan J. Drucker and Gary Gumpert (eds.), Regulating Social Media: Laws and Ethics (pp. 44-64). New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2013.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi.“Nonverbal Strategies for Acing the Job Interview.” In C. J. Liberman (ed.), Casing Persuasive Communication (pp. 305-317). Dubuque, IA: Kendal Hunt Publishing, 2013.

Nakayama, Thomas K.“Mis/reading Obama: Evidence, the Internet and the Battle Over Citizenship.” In Bonnie S. Brennen (ed.), Assessing Evidence in a Postmodern World (pp. 99-112). Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2013.

Nakayama, Thomas K. “Reflections on a critical approach to intercultural communication.” In Alan K. Goodboy and Kara Schultz (eds.), Introduction to Communication Studies: Translating Communication Scholarship into Meaningful Practice(pp.189-193). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 2013.

Cisneros, J. David. “Looking ‘Illegal’: Affect, Rhetoric, and Performativity in Arizona’s SB 1070.” In D. Robert DeChaine (ed.), Border Rhetorics: Charting Enactments of Citizenship and Identity on the U.S.-Mexico Frontier (pp. 133-150). Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2012.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Adoxon.” In Gert Ueding (ed.), Historisches Wörterbuch der Rhetorik [Historical Lexicon of Rhetoric] (pp. 1-3). Berlin, DE: De Gruyter, 2012.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Competitive Debate” [Published as: Debattierwettkampf]. In Gert Ueding (ed.), Historisches Wörterbuch der Rhetorik [Historical Lexicon of Rhetoric] (pp. 197-204). Berlin, DE: De Gruyter, 2012.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Freedom of Speech” [Published as: Redefreiheit]. In Gert Ueding (ed.), Historisches Wörterbuch der Rhetorik [Historical Lexicon of Rhetoric] (pp. 1021-1029). Berlin, DE: De Gruyter, 2012.

Mickel, Amy E., and Elise J. Dallimore. “Work Stress: Help Me Get My Feet Back on the Ground?” In J. Sirgy and N. Reilly (eds.), Handbook of Quality-of-Life Programs: Enhancing Ethics and Improving Quality of Life at Work (pp. 65-78). Dorecht, NL: Springer, 2012.

Noland, Carey, and Janet MacLennan. “Looking Under the Covers: What We Can Learn about HIV Prevention by Exploring the Dark Side of Communication and Commitment in Sexual Relationships.” In Kandi L. Walker, Joy L. Hart, and Margaret U. D’Silva (eds.), Communicating about HIV/AIDS: Taboo Topics and Difficult Conversations. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 2012.

Shen, Lijiang, and Elisabeth Bigsby. “The Effects of Message Features: Content, Structure, and Style.” In J.P. Dillard and Lijiang Shen (eds.), The Sage Handbook of Persuasion: Developments in Theory and Practice, 2nd edition (pp. 20-35). Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2012.

Reagle, Joseph. “The Argument Engine.” In G. Lovink and N. Tkacz (eds.), Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader (pp. 14-33). Amsterdam, NL: Waag Society, 2011.

Dallimore, Elise J., Kristen Simonelli, and David Rochefort. “Community-Based Learning and Research.” In Donna M. Qualters (ed.), New Directions in Teaching and Learning: Experiential Education: Making the Most of Learning Outside the Classroom (pp. 15-22). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2010.

Goodale, Greg, and Jason Edward Black, “Rhetoric and Animal Ethics: A Long History and a Short Introduction.” In Greg Goodale and Jason Edward Black (eds.), Arguments About Animal Ethics (pp. 1-9). New York, NY: Lexington, 2010.

Goodale, Greg. “The Biomedical Research Industry and the End of Scientific Revolutions.” In Greg Goodale and Jason Edward Black (eds.), Arguments About Animal Ethics (pp. 129-146). New York, NY: Lexington, 2010.

Noland, Carey, and Hans P. Schlecht. “Taking a Sexual History: A Physician’s Perspective on Doctor-Patient Communication about Sex.” In Carey Noland, Jimmie Manning and Janet MacLennan (eds.), Case Studies in Communication About Sex (pp. 122-129). London, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2010.

Noland, Carey. “Mission Impossible: Hooking Up Sober.” In Carey Noland, Jimmie Manning, and Janet MacLennan (eds.), Case Studies in Communication About Sex (pp. 72-81). London, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2010.

Souza, Tasha J., Elise J. Dallimore, Eric Aoki, and Brian Pilling. “Communication Climate, Comfort, and Cold-Calling: An Analysis of Discussion-Based Courses at Multiple Universities.” In Linda Burzotta Nilson and Judith E. Miller (eds.), To Improve the Academy(pp. 227-249). San Francisco, CA: Josey Bass, 2010.

Gholz, Carleton. “‘Welcome to tha D.’: Making and remaking hip hop culture in post-Motown Detroit.” In Mickey Hess (ed.), Represent Where I’m From: The Greenwood Guide to American Regional Hip Hop (pp. 393-428). Westport, CN: Greenwood, 2009.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Stasis Theory as a Principle of Economy in Dialogue” [Published as: Stasislehre als persuasives Ökonomieprinzip im Gespräch]. In Joachim Knape (ed.), Rhetorik im Gespräch (pp. 219-230). Berlin, DE: Weidler, 2009.

Hoppmann, Michael, and Markus Herrmann. “Voluntas.” In Gert Ueding (ed.), Historisches Wörterbuch der Rhetorik [Historical Lexicon of Rhetoric] (pp. 1189-1194). Tübingen, DE: Max Niemeyer, 2009.