Media and Communication Faculty Publications
Jensen, J. D., Carcioppolo, N., King, A. J., Scherr, C. L., Jones, C. L., & Niederdeppe, J. (revised and resubmitted). The cancer information overload (CIO) scale: Establishing predictive and discriminant validity. Patient Education & Counseling.
Rebecca Ortiz and Mary Liz Brooks:
Their article, "Getting what they deserve? Consequences of sexual expression by central characters in five popular television teen dramas," was accepted for publication in Journal of Children & Media.
Coy Callison and former doctoral student Sufyan Mohammed:
Coy Callison, Ph.D., and former College of Media & Communication doctoral student and current assistant professor at Scranton University Sufyan Mohammed Baksh will have their article titled "Hegemonic Masculinity in Hip-Hop Music? Difference in Brand Mention in Rap Music Based on the Rapper’s Gender" published in the next issue of the Journal of Promotion Management.
Kelly Kaufhold, Ph.D. had his manuscript, "Old Dogs, New Tricks: Online News Uses New Tools but Attracts the Same Eyeballs," has been accepted for publication in Newspaper Research Journal for Fall 2014.
Weiwu Zhang and formal doctoral student Sherice Gearhart:
An article written by former doctoral student Sherice Gearhart, Ph.D., now of the University of Nebraska – Omaha, and Weiwu Zhang, Ph.D., titled "Gay Bullying and Online Opinion Expression: Testing Spiral of Silence in the Social Media Environment" will be published in an upcoming issue of the “Social Science Computer Review.”
Kent Wilkinson and former doctoral student Patrick Merle
Wilkinson, K. T. & Merle, P. F. (2013). The Merits and Challenges of Using Business Press and Trade Journal Reports in Academic Research on Media Industries. Communication, Culture & Critique, 6, 415-431.
Kim, D., Choi, M.-I., & Kim, S.-Y. (2013). Exploring advertising and public relations research in Korea: Using semantic network analysis across different time periods from 1988 to 2012. The Korean Journal of Advertising, 24(6), 95-120.
Kim, S.-Y., Choi, M.-I., & Kim, D.(2013). Semantic network analysis of public relations research: A comparison of the Journal of Public Relations Research in Korea and the United States. The Korean Journal of Public Relations Research, 17(3), 119-152
Melissa Gotlieb and former doctoral student Patrick Merle
Assistant Professor of advertising, Melissa Gotlieb, Ph.D., and May 2013 graduate Patrick Merle, Ph.D., were elected as executive board members of the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Gotlieb and Merle will respectively serve as newsletter editor and membership coordinator for the next two years.