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This ad speaks to me: An investigation of mechanisms underlying social identity relevant advertising Glenna Read and Wenqing Zhao

Glenna L. Read, Zhao, W. (PhD student), Choi, S. (PhD student), Hudson, S. (undergraduate student), Wen, T. “This ad speaks to me: An investigation of mechanisms underlying social identity relevant advertising,” […]

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On being human: An investigation of virtual influencers and activism Haley R. Hatfield and Aarum Youn-Heil

Haley R. Hatfield (PhD student) and Aarum Youn-Heil (PhD student). (2023). On being human: An investigation of virtual influencers and activism [Paper Presentation]. 2023 AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Norman, OK. Abstract: Social media […]

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Composition of and Collaboration Among Communication Scholars in Twenty Years of ICA Journals Haley R. Hatfield and Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Haley R. Hatfield (PhD student), Hao, H., Zhang, J., Matthew Klein (PhD student), Fu, Y., Jaemin Kim (PhD student), Jongmin Lee (PhD student), and Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn. (2023). Composition of and Collaboration Among Communication Scholars in […]

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There Is a Time for Everything in Organizational Corrective Communication: The Effects of Correction Placement Timing and Refutation Detail Level on Combating Crisis Misinformation Yan Jin

Xuerong Lu (PhD alum) and Yan Jin (2023, May). “There Is a Time for Everything in Organizational Corrective Communication: The Effects of Correction Placement Timing and Refutation Detail Level on Combating Crisis Misinformation.” […]

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ublic’s Health Information Consumption During a Prolonged Pandemic: The Competing Roles of Journalists and Digital Influencers and Their Effects in Combating Message Fatigue Sung In Choi and Yan Jin

Chiara Valentini, Elanor Colleoni, Yan Jin and Sung In Choi (PhD candidate) (2023, May). “Public’s Health Information Consumption During a Prolonged Pandemic: The Competing Roles of Journalists and Digital Influencers and Their Effects in […]

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How Hispanic and Latino Young Adults Respond to COVID-19 Crisis Information on Social Media: Opportunities of Overcoming Digital Inequality Threat to Public Health Karen Andrea Robayo Sanchez and Yan Jin

Karen Robayo Sanchez (PhD student), Yan Jin, and Vivian Medina-Messner (2023, March). “How Hispanic and Latino Young Adults Respond to COVID-19 Crisis Information on Social Media: Opportunities of Overcoming Digital Inequality Threat […]

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Violent Incongruencies: Analyzing The New York Times’s Discourse on George Floyd Demonstrations and the Capitol Riot Brown James

Brown James (Ph.D. student), “Violent Incongruencies: Analyzing The New York Times’s Discourse on George Floyd Demonstrations and the Capitol Riot,” paper to be presented AEJMC Southeastern Colloquium, Middle Tennessee State […]

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nderstanding the Impact of General Vaccine Attitudes on the Intent for Early COVID-19 Vaccination Glen Nowak

Boyle, Glen Nowak, R. Kinder, R. Iachan, and J. Dayton, “Understanding the Impact of General Vaccine Attitudes on the Intent for Early COVID-19 Vaccination,” Vaccines, 2023, 11(2), 235; https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines11020235. Abstract: […]

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Camera perspective and skin color: Biased reactions to viral body work camera videos of police violence Glenna Read

Bailey, R., Yan, H., & Glenna L. Read (Forthcoming). Camera perspective and skin color: Biased reactions to viral body work camera videos of police violence. Communication Monographs. Abstract: Technological advances have […]

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So You Think You Can Parent: Dual-Screen Responses to Single Fathers Tropes in Single Parents Laurena Bernabo

Bernabo, Laurena, and Jennifer Turchi. “So You Think You Can Parent: Dual-Screen Responses to Single Fathers Tropes in Single Parents.” Men & Masculinities. Abstract: As the U.S. single-father population expands, we explore how […]

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