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Agreement between Fitbit and ActiGraph estimates of physical activity in young children Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Schmidt, Michael, Stephen Rathbun, Kyle Johnsen, Eric Novotny (Grady Postdoctoral Research Associate), Lindsay Hahn (former Grady Postdoctoral Research Associate) & Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn (in press). Agreement between Fitbit and ActiGraph estimates of physical activity […]

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The future of advertising in virtual, augmented, and extended realities Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn, Jooyoung Kim & Ted T. Kim

Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn, Jooyoung Kim, & Jaemin Kim (Grady PhD student) (in press). The future of advertising in virtual, augmented, and extended realities. International Journal of Advertising.  Abstract: The ever-changing media environment […]

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A discourse analysis of the South Korean Embassy’s Facebook page and communicating its role in strategic relationships Solyee Kim

Solyee Kim & Maria Len-Ríos (Forthcoming). A discourse analysis of the South Korean Embassy’s Facebook page and communicating its role in strategic relationships. International Journal of Strategic Communication. Abstract: This study explores […]

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Inaugural 2022 Ragan Research Award JeongHyun (Janice) Lee and Juan Meng

Jeonghyun “Janice” Lee (Doctoral candidate) received the Inaugural 2022 Ragan Research Award (faculty advisor: Juan Meng). The award is jointly sponsored by The Institute for Public Relations and Ragan Communications. The […]

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2022 Orangefiery Best Master’s Thesis of the Year Award Karen Andrea Robayo Sanchez

Karen Robayo Sanchez (M.A., first-year doctoral student) received the 2022 Orangefiery Best Master’s Thesis of the Year Award (faculty advisor: Juan Meng). The award is jointly sponsored by the Orangefiery, a Consulting […]

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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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Do Black Lives Matter in the Empathy Machine? Creating a Shared Reality to Disrupt Whiteness with Immersive 360-Degree Videos Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Haley R. Hatfield (PhD student) and Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn, “Do Black Lives Matter in the Empathy Machine? Creating a Shared Reality to Disrupt Whiteness with Immersive 360-Degree Videos” Abstract: The […]

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Barriers to leadership advancement in an age of turbulence: Perspectives from women in PR in the United States Juan Meng and Solyee Kim

Juan Meng, M.S. Neill, and Solyee Kim (2022, in print). “Barriers to leadership advancement in an age of turbulence: Perspectives from women in PR in the United States,” in Martina […]

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Fending off Unverified Accusation with Narratives: The Role of Primary and Secondary Narratives in Organizational Response Effectiveness in an Ongoing Crisis Taylor Voges and Yan Jin

Yen-I Lee (PhD alum), Xuerong Lu (PhD candidate), Taylor Voges (PhD candidate), and Yan Jin. (forthcoming). “Fending off Unverified Accusation with Narratives: The Role of Primary and Secondary Narratives in Organizational Response Effectiveness in an Ongoing […]

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