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Countering Propaganda and Disinformation: How Communications can Help Preserve Democracy Ivanka Pjesivac

Helmus, T., Shaikh, M., & Ivanka Pjesivac. (September 2022). “Countering Propaganda and Disinformation: How Communications can Help Preserve Democracy.” Panel participant in Propaganda and Democracy panel series organized by The […]

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Factors Influencing Americans’ Preventive Behaviours during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons for Strategic Health and Risk Communicators Sung In Choi and Yan Jin

Sung In Choi (PhD student), Yan Jin, and Mark Badham. (forthcoming). “Factors Influencing Americans’ Preventive Behaviours during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons for Strategic Health and Risk Communicators.” Strategic Communication in a Global Crisis: National and […]

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Integrating Strategy and Dosage: A New Conceptual Formula for Overcoming Unintended Effects in Public Health Crisis Communication (PHCC) Xuerong Lu and Yan Jin

Xuerong Lu (PhD alum) and Yan Jin. (forthcoming). “Integrating Strategy and Dosage: A New Conceptual Formula for Overcoming Unintended Effects in Public Health Crisis Communication (PHCC).” The Handbook of Crisis Communication (2nd edition) (Eds. W. T. […]

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Social-Mediated Crisis Communication Research: How Information Generation, Consumption, and Transmission Influence Communication Processes and Outcomes Yan Jin

Yan Jin, Lucinda Austin, and Brooke Liu. (forthcoming). “Social-Mediated Crisis Communication Research: How Information Generation, Consumption, and Transmission Influence Communication Processes and Outcomes.” The Handbook of Crisis Communication (2nd edition) (Eds. W. T. Coombs […]

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Advancing Crisis Communication Effectiveness: Integrating Crisis Scholarship with Practice Bryan H. Reber, Yan Jin & Glen Nowak

Bryan Reber, Yan Jin, and Glen Nowak. (forthcoming). “Advancing Crisis Communication Effectiveness: Integrating Crisis Scholarship with Practice.” The Handbook of Crisis Communication (2nd edition) (Eds. W. T. Coombs and S. J. Holladay), Wiley-Blackwell.  Abstract: Reber, Jin, […]

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The Evolution of the Advertising Discipline Through Four Decades: A Machine Learning Scope Analysis of Themes, Topics and Methods Itai Himelboim

Stafford, M., Itai Himelboim, Walter, D. & Ophir, Y. (Accepted). The Evolution of the Advertising Discipline Through Four Decades: A Machine Learning Scope Analysis of Themes, Topics and Methods. International Journal […]

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Knowing Thy Enemy and Fighting the Good Fight: A Framework for Organizational Preparation for and Response to AI-driven Disinformation Campaigns Yan Jin

Elise Karinshak (undergraduate student) and Yan Jin’s paper “Knowing Thy Enemy and Fighting the Good Fight: A Framework for Organizational Preparation for and Response to AI-driven Disinformation Campaigns” received the Emerald Professional […]

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Between the facts and the hard place: Trust judgments and affective responses in information-seeking processes during early COVID-19 Ivanka Pjesivac

Ivanka Pjesivac, S. Eldredge, E. Dalton, and L. Miller. (May 2022). “Between the facts and the hard place: Trust judgments and affective responses in information-seeking processes during early COVID-19.” Paper presented […]

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Toward Creating Safer Social Virtual Spaces Glenna Read

Haley R. Hatfield (PhD student) and Glenna L. Read. “Toward Creating Safer Social Virtual Spaces,” paper accepted for presentation at the National Communication Association conference, Nov. 17-20, New Orleans. Abstract: We […]

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Biden’s Saigon:” A metaphor analysis of Sputnik’s coverage of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan Ivanka Pjesivac

Ivanka Pjesivac, Leslie Klein (PhD student), I Imre, and A. Petrov (August, 2022). “Biden’s Saigon:” A metaphor analysis of Sputnik’s coverage of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan. Poster presented at […]

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