Journal Articles

Referred journal articles by Communication Studies faculty (in bold) since January 2009.


Alper, Meryl. “Future Talk: Accounting for the Technological and Other Future Discourses in Daily Life.” International Journal of Communication, 13 (2019), 715-735.

Bailey, Moya, Sarah J. Jackson, and Brooke Foucault Welles. “Women Tweet on Violence: From #YesAllWomen to #MeToo.” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, No. 15 (2019), DOI: 10.5399/uo/ada.2019.15.6


Dallimore, Elise, Julie H. Hertenstein and Marjorie B. Platt. “Levelling the Playing Field: Deliberating How Cold-calling Might Enhance Gender Equity in the Classroom.” Journal of Education and Learning, 8.2 (2019), 14-24.


Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Sarah J. Jackson. ”The Battle for #Baltimore: Networked Counterpublics and the Contested Framing of Urban Unrest.” International Journal of Communication, 13 (2019), 1699-1719.


Levac, Danielle E., and Amy S. Lu. “Does Narrative Feedback Enhance Children’s Motor Learning in a Virtual Environment?” Journal of Motor Behavior, 51.2 (2019), 199-201. DOI: 10.1080/00222895.2018.1454398.


Mello, Susan, Andy S. L. Tan, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, Cabral A. Bigman. “Gender Stereotypes and Preconception Health: Men’s and Women’s Expectations of Responsibility and Intentions to Engage in Preventive Behaviors.” Maternal and Child Health Journal, 23.4 (April 2019), 459-469. DOI: 10.1007/s10995-018-2654-3.


Tola, Miriam. “The Archive and the Lake: Labor, Toxicity, and the Making of Cosmopolitical Commons in Rome, Italy.” Environmental Humanities, 11.1 (May 2019): 194–215. DOI:

Reagle, Joseph. “Nerd vs. ‘Bro’: Geek Privilege, Triumphalism, and Idiosyncrasy.” First Monday, 23.1 (2018). Available at


Alper, Meryl. “Inclusive Sensory Ethnography: Studying New Media and Neurodiversity in Everyday Life.” New Media & Society, 20.10 (2018), 3560-3579.


Bigman, Cabral, Susan Mello, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Andy S. Tan. “Speaking Up About Lighting Up in Public: Examining Psychosocial Correlates of Smoking and Vaping Assertive Communication Intentions Among U.S. Adults.” Health Communication, 2018.


Bigman, Cabral, Susan Mello, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Andy S. Tan. “Assertive Communication About Others’ Smoking and Vaping in Public Venues: Results From a National Survey of U.S. Adults.” Addictive Behaviors, 87 (2018), 196-199.


Dam, Linda, Deya Roy, David J. Atkin, and Dana Rogers, “Applying an Integrative Technology Adoption Paradigm to Health App Adoption and Use.” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 62.4 (2018), 654-672.


Dormady, Noah, and Ryan Ellis. “Energy-Transport Sector Interdependence in Extreme Events: The Case of a Hurricane Event in Boston.” Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports, 5.1 (March 2018), 1-13.


Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Wayne Xu.Network Visualization and Problem Solving Support: A Cognitive Fit Study.” Social Networks 54 (2018), 162-167.


Glowacki, Elizabeth M., and Erin E. Donovan. “Predicting Reinforcement and Punishment Behaviors in Couples Coping with Substance Misuse: An Application of Inconsistent Nurturing as Control Theory.” Communication Quarterly, 66.5 (2018), 541-556. DOI:


Glowacki, Elizabeth M., Joseph B. Glowacki, and Gary B. Wilcox. “A Text-mining Analysis of the Public’s Reactions to the Opioid Crisis. Substance Abuse, 39.2 (2018), 129-133.


 Herbeck, Dale A. “Freedom of Speech and the Communication Discipline: Defending the Value of Low Value Speech.” Communication Education, 67.1 (2018), 245-253.


Hwang, Jungyun, A. Fernandez, Amy S. Lu. “Application and Validation of Activity Monitors’ Epoch Lengths and Placement Sites for Physical Activity Assessment in Exergaming.” Journal of Clinical Medicine, 7.9 (2018), 268.


Hwang, Jungyun, and Amy S. Lu. “Narrative and Active Video Game in Separate and Additive Effects of Physical Activity and Cognitive Function Among Young Adults.” Scientific Reports-Nature, 8.1 (2018), 11020.


Katula, Richard. “The Evolution of Political Narratives in the Digital Age in the United States of America.” Horizons of Education (Poland), 17.42 (2018), 27-38. (Title in Polish: “Ewolucja narracji politycznych w Stanach Zjednoczonych w erze cyfrowej”)


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “The Interactional Work of Suppressing Complaints in Customer Service Encounters.” Journal of Pragmatics, 123 (2018), 102-112.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and Anita Pomerantz. “Critical Timing of Actions for Transferring 911 Calls in a Wireless Call Center.” Discourse Studies, 20 (2018), 1-18.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and C. Blair Sutherland. “The ‘Four Second Rule’ for Identifying the Active Silent 911 Caller.” Annals of Emergency Dispatch and Response, 6.1 (2018), 5-9.


Kidwell, Mardi, and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Making an Impression in Traffic Stops: Citizens’ Volunteered Accounts in Two Positions.” Discourse Studies, 20.5 (2018), 613-636.


Kurtin, Kate Szer, Nina O’Brien, Deya Roy, and Linda Dam. “Development of Parasocial Interaction Relationships on YouTube.” Journal of Social Media in Society, 7.1 (2018), 233-252.


Lu, Amy S., and H. Kharrazi. “A State-of-the-art Systematic Content Analysis of Games for Health.” Games for Health Journal, 7.1 (2018), 1-15.


Newman, Todd P., Eric C. Nisbet, and Matthew C. Nisbet. “Climate Change, Cultural Cognition, and Media Effects: Worldviews Drive News Selectivity, Biased Processing, and Polarized Attitudes.” Public Understanding of Science, 27.8 (2018), 985-1002.


Nisbet, Matthew C. “Strategic Philanthropy in the Post Cap-and-Trade Years: Reviewing U.S. Climate Change and Energy Foundation Funding.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Climate Change, 9.4 (2018), e524.


Phelps, Ashley, Hannah G. Calvert, Jungyun Hwang, Elizabeth M. Glowacki, Russell L. Carson, and Darla Castelli. “Environmental Characteristics Related to Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program Implementation.” European Journal of Environment and Public Health, 2 (2018), 7-17.


Robertson, Craig. “Learning to File: Reconfiguring Information and Information Work in the 1920s.” Technology and Culture, 58:3 (2017), 955-981.


Searles, Darcey K. “‘Look it Daddy’: Shows in Family Facetime Calls.” Research on Children and Social Interaction, 2.1 (2018), 98-119.


Seitz, Holli H., Marilyn M. Schapira, Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Explaining the Effects of a Decision Intervention on Mammography Intentions: The Roles of Worry, Fear and Perceived Susceptibility to Breast Cancer.” Psychology & Health, 33.5 (2018), 682-700. DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2017.1387261


Tannebaum, Michael A. “College Students’ Use of Technology to Communicate with Romantic Partners about Sexual Health Issues.” Journal of American College Health, 66.5 (2018), 393-400.

Alper, Meryl, and Gerard Goggin. “Digital Technology and Rights in the Lives of Children with Disabilities.” New Media & Society, 19.5 (2017), 726-740.


Baranowski, Tom, Fran Blumberg, Zan Gao, Pamela M. Kato, Gerjo Kok, Amy S. Lu, Elizabeth J. Lyons, Brooke A. Morrill, Wei Peng, Pier J. Prins, Leslie Snyder, Amanda E. Staiano, and Debbe Thompson. “Getting Research on Games for Health Funded.” Games for Health Journal, 6.1 (2017), 1-8.


Cionea, Ioana A., Bobbi Van Gilder, and Jaqueline S. Bruscella. “Modeling Serial Argument Goals, Strategies, and Their Effects on Arguers’ Satisfaction: A Comparison of Three Ethnic Groups in the United States.” Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 46.1 (2017), 74-95.


Daniel, Casey L., Jennifer L. Hay, Brooke Foucault Welles, and Alan C. Geller. “The Urgent Need to Ban Youth Indoor Tanning: Evidence from College Undergraduates.” Translational Behavioral Medicine. DOI: 10.1007/s13142-017-0469-1.


Ellis, Ryan. “Disinfecting the Mail: Disease, Panic, and The Post Office in 19th Century America.” Information & Culture: A Journal of History, 52.4 (2017), 436-461.


Grimm, Josh, and Joseph Schwartz. “Body Image and Race on Gay Male-targeted Blogs.” Howard Journal of Communications. DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2016.1150040.


Granelli, Steve. “‘This Is Totally Inappropriate’: Louis C.K.’s Use of Narrative to Build Dialogic Connections.” Kaleidoscope: A Graduate Journal of Qualitative Communication Research 16 (Fall 2017). Available at:


Hoppmann, Michael. “Competition and Conflict between Communicative Norms: Is it Reasonable to be Polite?” Journal of Argumentation in Context, 6.2 (2017), 222-248.


Jackson, Sarah J., Moya Bailey, and Brooke Foucault Welles. “#GirlsLikeUs: Trans Advocacy and Community Building Online.” New Media & Society. DOI: org/10.1177/1461444817709276file://localhost/DOI/%20org:10.1177:1461444817709276


Lin, Carolyn A., Deya Roy, Linda Dam, and Emil N. Coman. “College Students and HIV Testing: Cognitive, Emotional Self-Efficacy, Motivational and Communication Factors.” Journal of Communication in Healthcare. DOI:


Markowitz, Ezra M., Matthew C. Nisbet, Andy J. Danylchuk, and Seth I. Engelbourg. “What’s That Buzzing Noise? Public Opinion on the Use of Drones for Conservation Science.” BioScience, 67.4 (2017), 382-385.


Nakayama, Thomas K. “What’s Next for Whiteness and the Internet.” Critical Studies in Media Communication, 34.1 (2017), 68-72.


Radford, Jason, Andrew Pilny, Ashley Reichelmann, Brian Keegan, Brooke Foucault Welles, Jefferson Hoye, Katya Ognyanova, Waleed Meleis, and David Lazer. “Volunteer Science: An Online Laboratory for Social Psychology Experiments.” Social Psychology Quarterly, 79.4 (2016), 376-396.


Reagle, Joseph. “Naive Meritocracy and the Meaning of Myth.” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, & Technology, 11 (2017). Available at


Renzi, Alessandra. “Entangled Data: Modeling and Resistance in the Megacity.” Open! Platform for Art, Culture and the Public Domain, February 2017. Available at


Robinson, Thomas N., Jorge A. Banda, Lauren Hale, Amy Shirong Lu, Frances Fleming-Milici, Sandra L. Calvert, and Ellen Wartella. “Screen Media Exposure and Obesity in Children and Adolescents.” Pediatrics 140, supplement 2 (November 2017). DOI:


Rodríguez, Vivian, Casey L. Daniel, Brooke Foucault Welles, Alan C. Geller, and Jennifer L. Hay. “Friendly Tanning: Young Adults’ Engagement with Friends Around Indoor Tanning.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 40.4 (August 2017): 631-640.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “Online News Coverage of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis.” Communication Research Reports, 34.2 (2017), 153-160.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “PrEP on Twitter: Information, Barriers, and Stigma.” Health Communication, 32.4 (2017), 509-516.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grimm. “Stigma Communication Surrounding PrEP: The Experiences of a Sample of Men Who Have Sex with Men.” Health Communication. DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2017.1384430


Seitz, Holli H., Marilyn M. Schapira, Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Explaining Mammography Decisions: The Role of Worry, Fear, and Perceived Susceptibility to Breast Cancer.” Forthcoming in Psychology & Health. DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2017.1387261


Tan, Andy S., Susan Mello, Cabral A. Bigman, and Ashley Sanders-Jackson. “Beliefs About Chemicals in E-cigarette Second Hand Vapor and Perceived Harms of Exposure Among a National Sample of U.S. Adults.” Risk Analysis, 37.6 (2017), 1170-1180.


Van Gilder, Bobbi, and Roni K. Jackson-Kerr. “The Oklahoma Affirmative Action Ban Amendment: A Dialogic Analysis of Equal Opportunity Discourse in Oklahoma.” Howard Journal of Communications. DOI: 10.1080/10646175.2017.1300966.


Van Gilder, Bobbi. “Coping with Sexual Identity Stigma in the U.S. Military: An Examination of Identity Management Practices Prior to, and after the Repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’” Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research. 17.3 (2017): 156-175.


Weathers, Melinda R., Edward Maibach, and Matthew C. Nisbet. “Communicating the Public Health Risks of Climate Change.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. (Online publication only). Available at


Williams, Maggie G., and Jenny Korn. “Othering and Fear: Cultural Values and Hiro’s Race in Thomas and Friends’ Hero of the Rails.” Journal of Communication Inquiry, 41.1 (2017), 22-41.

Ault, Michael K., and Bobbi Van Gilder. “Polygamous Families’ Activity Coordination and Self-structuring: How Communication Affects the Division of Household Tasks.” Western Journal of Communication, 80.5 (2016), 559-580.


Alper, Meryl, V. Katz, and L. S. Clark. “Researching Children, Intersectionality, and Diversity in the Digital Age.” Journal of Children and Media, 10.1 (2016), 107-114.


Baranowski, Tom, Fran Blumberg, Richard Buday, Ann DeSmet, Lynn E. Fiellin, C. Shawn Green, Pamela M. Kato, Amy S. Lu, Ann E. Maloney, Robin Mellecker, Brooke A. Morrill, Wei Peng, Ross Shegog, Monique Simons, Amanda E. Staiano, Deborah Thompson, and Kimberly Young, “White Paper: Games for Health for Children — Current Status and Needed Research.” Games for Health Journal, 5.1 (2016), 1-12.


Cannon, Kristopher L. “Ec-Static Air: The Unseeable Sounds of Being Beside Oneself.” Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, 38.2 (2016), 265-280.


Dallimore, Elise, Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt, “Creating a Community of Learning Through Discussion Participation: Student Perceptions of Relationships Among Preparation, Participation, Comfort and Learning.” Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 27.3 (2016), 137-171.


Davies, V., R. Mafra, Alicia Beltran, Tom Baranowski, and Amy S. Lu. “Children’s Cognitive and Affective Responses about a Narrative Versus a Non-narrative Cartoon Designed for an Active Video Game.” Games for Health Journal, 5.2 (2016), 114-119.


Drury, Sarah Mehltretter, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Remembering and Re-Creating the Great Debates of 1960: Presidential Libraries as Sites for Historical Argumentation.” Communication Quarterly, 64.2 (2016), 173-192.


Forbush, Eric, and Foucault Welles, Brooke. “Social Media Use and Adaptation Among Chinese Students Beginning to Study in the United States.” International Journal for Intercultural Communication, 50.1 (2016)1-12.


Foucault Welles, Brooke. “Computational CAM: Studying Children and Media in the Digital Age.” Journal of Children and Media, 10.1 (2016), 72-80.


Götz, Maya, Andrea Holler, and Meryl Alper. “Children’s Preferences for TV Show Hosts: An International Perspective on Learning from Television.” Journal of Children and Media, 10.4 (2016), 497-507.


Jackson, Sarah J. “A Conversation with Cathy Cohen on Black Lives Matter, Feminism, and Contemporary.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 41.4 (2016), 775-792.


Jackson, Sarah J. “(Re)Imagining Intersectional Democracy: From Black Feminism to Hashtag Activism.” Women’s Studies in Communication, 39.4 (2016), 375-379.


Jackson, Sarah J., and Brooke Foucault Welles. “#Ferguson is Everywhere: Initiators in Emerging Counterpublic Networks.” Information, Communication & Society, 19.3 (2016), 397-418.


Jackson, Sarah J., and Sonia Banaszczyk. “Digital Standpoints: Debating Gendered Violence and Racial Exclusions in the Feminist Counterpublic.” Journal of Communication Inquiry, 40.4 (2016), 391-407.


Jennings, Nancy, and Meryl Alper. “Young Children’s Positive and Negative Parasocial Relationships with Media Characters.” Communication Research Reports, 33.2 (2016), 96-102.


Kwon, K. Hazel, Weiai Wayne Xu, Haiyan Wang, and Jamie Chon. “Spatiotemporal Diffusion Modeling of Global Mobilization in Social Media: The Case of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.” International Journal of Communication, 10 (2016), 73-97.


Lu, Amy S., Tom Baranowski, S. Lee Hong, Richard Buday, Deborah Thompson, Alicia Beltran, H. Dadabhoy, and T. Chen. “The Narrative Impact of Active Video Games on Physical Activities among Children.” Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18.10 (2016), e272.


Mello, Susan, and Andy S. Tan. “Who’s to Blame? Media Framing of Responsibility for Pediatric Environmental Health and Mothers’ Perceptions of Accountability.” Journal of Health Communication, 21.12 (2016), 1217-1226.


Mello, Susan, and Robert C. Hornik. “Media Coverage of Pediatric Environmental Health Risks and Its Effects on Mothers’ Protective Behaviors.” Risk Analysis, 46.3 (2016), 605-622.


Mello, Susan, and Shelly R. Hovick. “Predicting Behaviors to Reduce Toxic Chemical Exposures Among New and Expectant Mothers: The Role of Distal Variables Within the Integrative Model of Behavioral Prediction.” Health Education and Behavior, 43.6 (2016), 705-715.


Mello, Susan, Andy S. Tan, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Cabral A. Bigman. “Perceived Harm of Secondhand e-Cigarette Vapors and Policy Support to Restrict Public Vaping: Results From a National Survey of US Adults.” Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 18.5 (2016), 686-693.


Miller, Carolyn R., Lynda Walsh, James Wynn, Ashley Rose Kelly, Kenneth C. Walker, William J. White, Emily Winderman, Oren Abeles, Nathan H. Bedsole, Maryn Belling, Matthew P. Brigham, Danny Card, Danielle DeVasto, Jean Goodwin, S. Scott Graham, Chris Ingraham, Molly Hartzog, Chad Iwertz, Meredith Johnson, Nathan Johnson, Sean Kamperman, Ashley Rose Kelly, Molly Kessler, Candice Lanius, Zoltan Majdik, Jennifer Malkowski, Sara Parks, Alex C. Parrish, Pamela Pietrucci, Aimée Kendall Roundtree, Dawn Shepherd, Karen Taylor, Bonnie Tucker, Ron Von Burg, Greg Wilson. “The Great Chain of Being: Manifesto on the Problem of Agency in Science Communication.” Poroi, 12.1 (2016), 1-16.


Mukherjee, Ishani, and Maggie Griffith Williams. “Branding Authenticity, Global-Localization and Technology: Thematic Analysis of Two West Bengal Urban-rural Handicrafts NPO Websites.” Connexions: International Professional Communication Journal, 4.1 (2016), 91-130.


Pietrucci, Pamela. “Voices from the Seismic Crater: A Local Counter-Narrative of the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila.” Interface, A Journal for and about Social Movements, 8.2 (2016), 261-285.


Radford, Jason, Andrew Pilny, Ashley Reichelmann, Brian Keegan, Brooke Foucault Welles, Jefferson Hoye, Katya Ognyanova, Waleed Meleis, and David Lazer. “Volunteer Science: An Online Laboratory for Social Psychology Experiments.” Social Psychology Quarterly, 79.4 (2016), 376-396.


Reagle, Joseph. “The Obligation to Know: From FAQ to Feminism 101.” New Media & Society, 18.5 (2016), 691-707.


Rickles, Nathaniel, Gary J. Young, Judith Hall, Carey Noland, Ayoung Kim, Conner Peterson, Mina Hong, and John Hale. “Medication Adherence Communications in Community Pharmacies: A Naturalistic Investigation.” Patient Education and Counseling, 99.3 (2016), 386-392.


Sanders-Jackson, Ashley, Andy S. Tan, Cabral A. Bigman, Susan Mello, and Jeff Niederdeppe. “To Regulate or Not to Regulate? Views on Electronic Cigarette Regulations and Beliefs about the Reasons for and against Regulation.” PLoS ONE, 11.8 (2016). DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0161124.s001.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “Body Talk: Body Image Commentary on” Journal of Homosexuality, 63.8 (2016), 1052-1067.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “Uncertainty in Online U.S. News Coverage of Truvada.” Health Communication, 31.10 (2016), 1250-1257.


Seitz, Holli H., Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Marilyn M. Schapira, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Effects of a Risk-based Online Mammography Intervention on Accuracy of Perceived Risk and Mammography Intentions

Cisneros, J. David, and Thomas K. Nakayama. “New Media, Old Racisms: Twitter, Miss America and the Cultural Logics of Race.” Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 8.2 (2015), 108-127.


Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Isabel Meirelles. “Visualizing Computational Social Science: The Multiple Lives of a Complex Image.” Science Communication 37.1 (February 2015), 35-48.


Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Noshir Contractor. “Individual Motivations and Network Effects: A Multi-Level Analysis of the Structure of Online Social Relationships.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 659.1 (2015), 180-190.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Closing the Gap in Customer Service Encounters: Customers’ Use of Upshot Formulations to Manage Service Responses.” Pragmatics and Society 6.1 (2015), 67-88.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “What Can You Do for Me? Customer Led Communication Practices to Humanize the Service Encounter.” Communication Monographs 82.4 (2015), 510-534.


Lu, Amy Shirong. “Narrative in Exergames: Thoughts on Procedure, Mechanism, and Others.” Games for Health Journal 4.1 (2015), 19-24.


Martin, Judith N., and Thomas K. Nakayama. “Reconsidering Intercultural (Communication) Competence in the Workplace: A Dialectical Approach.” Language and Intercultural Communication, 15.1 (January 2015), 13-28.


Mello, Susan. “Media Coverage of Toxic Risks: A Content Analysis of Pediatric Environmental Health Information Available to New and Expecting Mothers.” Health Communication, 30.12 (2015), 1245-1255.


Nisbet, Matthew C., and Declan Fahy. “The Need for Knowledge-based Journalism in Politicized Science Debates.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658 (2015), 223-234.


Nisbet, Matthew C., and Ezra M. Markowitz. “Experts in an Age of Polarization: Evaluating Scientists’ Political Awareness and Communication Behaviors.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658 (2015), 136-154.


Noland, Carey, and Heather J. Carmack. “Narrativizing Nursing Students’ Experiences Medical Error During Clinicals.” Qualitative Health Research 25.10 (2015), 1423-1434.


Noland, Carey, and Heather J. Carmack. “‘You Never Forget Your First Mistake’: Nursing Socialization, Memorable Messages, and Communication About Medical Errors.” Health Communication 30.12 (2015), 1234-1244.


Pietrucci, Pamela. “Yes We Camp! Protest Rhetoric in Times of Disaster: Citizens’ Activism in Post-Earthquake L’Aquila.” Comunicazione Politica 16.1 (2015), 43-66.


Straker, Leon M., Ashley A. Fenner, Erin K. Howie, Deborah L. Feltz, Cindy M. Gray, Amy Shirong Lu, Floyd Mueller, Monique Simons, and Lisa M. Barnett. “Efficient and Effective Change Principles in Active Video Games.” Games for Health Journal 4.1 (2015), 43-52.


Tan, Andy S. L., Cabral A. Bigman, Susan Mello, Ashley Sanders-Jackson. “Is Exposure to E-cigarette Communications Associated with Perceived Harms of E-cigarette Secondhand Vapor? Results From a National Survey of U.S. Adults.” BMJ Open, 2015;5:e007134 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-007134.

Davis, Justin. “An Integrated Approach to Learning Communities: Designing for Place-Based, Communication-Intensive Learning.” Forthcoming in Learning Communities Research and Practice 2.2 (2014). Available at


Depue, Jacob B., Brian G. Southwell, A. Betzner, and B. Walsh. “Encoded Exposure to Tobacco Use in Social Media Predicts Subsequent Smoking Behavior.” American Journal of Health Promotion 29.4 (2014), 259-261.


Depue, Jacob B., Brian G. Southwell, A. Betzner, and B. Walsh. “Encoded Exposure to Tobacco Use in Social Media Predicts Subsequent Smoking Behavior.” American Journal of Health Promotion 29.4 (2014), 259-261.


Foucault Welles, Brooke, Anthony Vashevko, Nick Bennett, and Noshir Contractor. “Dynamic Models of Communication in an Online Friendship Network.” Communication Methods and Measures. 8.4 (October 2014), 223-243.


Foucault Welles, Brooke, Tommy Rousse, Nick Merrill, and Norshir Contractor. “An Exploration of Friendship Claims and Expectations in Immersive Virtual Worlds.” Journal of Virtual Worlds Research. 7.2 (2014), 1-15.


Foucault Welles, Brooke. “On Minorities and Outliers: The Case for Making Big Data Small.” Big Data & Society, April-June 2014, 1-2.


Hoppmann, Michael. “A Modern Theory of Stasis.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 47.3 (2014), 273-296.


Nisbet, M.C. “Disruptive Ideas: Public Intellectuals and their Arguments for Action on Climate Change.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Climate Change 5 (2014), 809-823.


Nisbet, M.C., and A. Becker. “Public Opinion About Stem Cell Research, 2002 to 2010.” Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (2014), 1003-1022.


Noland, Carey. “Baccalaureate Nursing Students Accounts of Medical Mistakes Made in the Clinical Setting: Implications for Curricula.” Journal of Nursing Education 53(3), S34-S37.


Noland, Carey. “Teaching Theory X and Theory Y in Organizational Communication.” Communication Teacher 28.3 (2014), 129-145.


Welles, Brooke, Tommy Rousse, Nick Merrill, and Norshir Contractor. “An Exploration of Friendship Claims and Expectations in Immersive Virtual Worlds. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 7.2 (2014): 1-15.

Bigsby, Elisabeth, Joseph N. Cappella, and Holli H. Seitz. “Efficiently and Effectively Evaluating Public Service Announcements: Additional Evidence for the Utility of Perceived Effectiveness.” Communication Monographs 80.1 (2013), 1-23.



Dallimore, Elise J., Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt. “Impact of Cold-Calling on Student Voluntary Participation.” Journal of Management Education 37.3 (2013), 305-341.



Herbeck, Dale A. “Rereading New York Times v. Sullivan: The Importance of Procedure in Libel Cases.” First Amendment Studies 47.1 (2013), 1-19.



Jackson, Sarah J. “Framing Megan Williams: Intersecting Discourses of Race, Class, and Gender in Television News Coverage of Racialized Rape.” Feminist Media Studies 13.1 (2013), 46-63.



Kitzinger, Celia, Gene H. Lerner, Jorg Zinken, Sue Wilkinson, Heidi Kevoe-Feldman, and Sonja Ellis. “Reformulating Place.” Journal of Pragmatics 55 (2013), 43-50.



Loveland, Jeff, and Joseph Reagle. “Wikipedia and Encyclopedic Production.” New Media & Society 15.4 (2013), 1-18.



Noland, Carey.“Baccalaureate Nursing Students Accounts of Medical Mistakes Made in the Clinical Setting: Implications for Curricula.” Journal of Nursing Education 53.3, S34-S37.



Reagle, Joseph. “‘Free as in Sexist?’ Free Culture and the Gender Gap.” First Monday 18.1 (2013). Available at



Welles, Brooke, Tommy Rousse, Nick Merrill, and Norshir Contractor. “An Exploration of Friendship Claims and Expectations in Immersive Virtual Worlds. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 7.2 (2014): 1-15.

Bloomfield, Emma Frances, and Richard A. Katula. “Rhetorical Criticism of the 2008 Presidential Campaign: Establishing Premises of Agreement in Announcement Speeches.” Communication Research Reports 29:2 (2012), 139-147.


Cisneros, J. David. “Reclaiming the Rhetoric of Reies López Tijerina: Border Identity and Agency in ‘The Land Grant Question.’” Communication Quarterly 60.5 (2012), 561-87.


Corey, Frederick C., and Thomas K. Nakayama. “deathTEXT.” Western Journal of Communication76.1 (2012), 17-23.


Dallimore, Elise J., Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt. “Impact of Cold-Calling on Student Voluntary Participation.” Journal of Management Education 20.10 (2012), 1-37.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Customers’ Participation in Organizational Structure: A Conversation Analytic Approach for Understanding the Action of Service Inquiries.” Communication Reports25.1 (2012) 14-26.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and Jeffrey D. Robinson. “Exploring Essentially Three-Turn Courses of Action: An Institutional Case Study with Implications for Ordinary Talk.” Discourse Studies 14.2 (2012) 217-241.


Nakayama, Thomas K. “Act Up-Paris: French Lessons.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 98.1 (2012), 103-108.


Nakayama, Thomas K. “John Warren and a Path to Critical Intercultural Communication.” In Deanna L. Fassett (ed.), “A Gedenkschrift for John T. Warren,” Liminalities 8.5 (2012), 3-4.


Noland, Carey M. “Institutional Barriers to Research on Sensitive Topics: The Case of Sex Communication Research Among University Students.” Journal of Research Practice 8.1 (2012), Article M2.


Nakayama, Thomas K. “Act Up-Paris: French Lessons.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 98.1 (2012), 103-108.


Reagle, Joseph. “410 Gone: Infocide in Open Content Communities.” In Selected Papers of Internet Research AoIR13, ed. Feona Attwod (Salford University: Association of Internet Researchers, 2012). Available from

Bell, Carole V., and Robert M. Entman. “The Media’s Role in America’s Exceptional Politics of Inequality: Framing the Bush Tax Cuts of 2001 and 2003.” The International Journal of Press/Politics 16.4 (2011), 548-572.


Cisneros, J. David. “(Re)Bordering the Civic Imaginary: Rhetoric, Hybridity, and Citizenship in La Gran Marcha.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 97.1 (2011), 26-49.


Dallimore, Elise J., and Amy E. Mickel. “Life-quality Decisions: Managing Tension Through Advice Received.” Community, Work and Family 14.4 (2011), 425-448.


Gholz, Carleton. “Maintaining ‘Synk’ in Detroit: Two Case Studies in the Remix Aesthetic.” Dancecult 2.1 (2011), 45-62.


Hoppmann, Michael. “Genera Causarum and the Burden of Proof.” Cogency, Journal of Reasoning and Argumentation 3.1 (2011), 33-50.


Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, Jeffrey D. Robinson, and J. Mandelbaum. “Extending the Notion of Pragmatic Completion: The Case of the Compound Action Unit.” Journal of Pragmatics 43.15 (2011), 3844-3859.


Reagle, Joseph, and Lauren Rhue. “Gender Bias in Wikipedia and Britannica.” International Journal of Communication 5 (2011), 1138–1158.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Julie L. Andsager. “Four Decades of Images in Gay Male-targeted Magazines.”Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 88.1 (2011), 76-98.

Dallimore, Elise J., Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt. “Class Participation in Accounting Courses: Factors that Affect Student Comfort and Learning.” Issues in Accounting Education 25.4 (2010), 613-629.


Goodale, Greg. “The Presidential Sound: From Orotund to Instructional Speech, 1892-1912.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 96.2 (2010), 164-184.


Goodale, Greg, and Jeremy Engels. “Black and White: Vestiges of Biracialism in American Discourse.” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 7.1 (2010), 70-89.


Martin, Judith N., Alison Trego, and Thomas K. Nakayama. “The Relationship between College Students’ Racial Attitudes and Friendship Diversity.” Howard Journal of Communications 21.2 (2010), 97-118.


Reagle, Joseph. “‘Be nice’: Wikipedia Norms for Supportive Communication.” New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 16 (2010), 161-180.


Rickles, Nathaniel M., Carey Noland, Anthony Tramontozzi, and Michele A. Vinci. “Pharmacy Student Knowledge and Communication of Medication Errors.” American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 74.4 (2010), 1-10.


Robinson, Jeffrey D., and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Using Full Repeats to Initiate Others’ Questions.” Research on Language and Social Interaction 43.3 (2010), 232-259.


Schwartz, Joseph. “Investigating Differences in Public Support for Gay Rights Issues.” Journal of Homosexuality 57.6 (2010), 748-759.


Schwartz, Joseph. “Whose Voices are Heard?: Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Newspaper Sources.” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research 64.3-4 (2010), 265-275.


Schwartz, Joseph, and Aaron Willis. “Coverage of Methamphetamine in GLBT Newspapers.” Mass Communication and Society 13.1 (2010), 30-47.

Cisneros, J. David. “Latina/os and Party Politics in the California Campaign Against Bilingual Education: A Case Study in Argument from Transcendence.” Argumentation and Advocacy 4.3 (2009), 115-134. (Winner of the Daniel Rohrer Memorial Outstanding Research Award)


Engels, Jeremy, and Greg Goodale. “‘Our Battle Cry Will Be: Remember Jenny McCrea!’: A Précis on the Rhetoric of Revenge.” American Quarterly 61.1 (March 2009), 93-112.


Liebler, Carol M., Joseph Schwartz, and Todd Harper. “Queer Tales of Morality: The Press, Hegemonic Framing, and Same-sex Marriage.” Journal of Communication 54.4 (2009), 653-675.


Mickel, Amy E., and Elise J. Dallimore. “Life-quality Decisions: Tension-management Strategies Used by Individuals when Making Tradeoffs.” Human Relations 62.5 (2009), 627-669.


Noland, Carey, P. David Marshall, Greg Goodale, and Hans P. Schlecht. “Celebrity and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic.” Journal of Health and Mass Communication 1.3/4 (2009), 194-210.