2015

Dallimore, Elise J., Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt. “Leveling the Playing Field: Deliberating How Cold-Calling Might Enhance Gender Equity in the Classroom.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Forbush, Eric, and Brooke Foucault Welles. “Social Media Use and Adaptation Among Chinese Students Beginning to Study in the United States.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and C. Riedl, C. (2015). “Team Communication Unpacked: The Role of Endogenous Communication Processes on Team Decision-Making Outcomes.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Jesica Speed Wiley. “Support, Stress, and Surveillance: The Intersections of Social Media Use and Social Capital Among Low-Income Youth of Color.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Gross, Kimberly A., Robert M. Entman, Carole V. Bell, and Andrew Rojecki. “Racial Framing and Racial Appeals in the 2012 Presidential Election.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Strategy in Dissent: The Crisis in Education and Black’s Opinion in Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Jackson, Sarah, and Brooke Foucault Welles. “Hijacking #myNYPD: Social media dissent and networked publics.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Disruptive Ideas: Public Intellectuals and their Arguments for Action on Climate Change.” Paper presented at the 2015 Carsey Wolf Center Conference on Sustainability Communication, University of California-Santa Barbara.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “Knowledge-Based Journalism in the Climate Change Debate: Applying Insights from Cultural Theory and Risk Analysis.” Paper presented at the 2015 Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, CO.

Nisbet, Matthew C. “The Disruptor: Naomi Klein as Journalist, Public Intellectual, and Activist.” Paper presented at the 2015 Conference on Communication and the Environment, Boulder, CO.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Theorizing a ‘Rhetorical-Ethnographic’ Approach for the Study of Social Movements and Digital Activism’s Materiality in Contemporary Communication Ecologies.” Paper presented at the Protest Participation in Variable Communication Ecologies Conference for 2015, Sardinia, IT.

Radford, Jason, Brian Keegan, Jefferson Hoye, Ceyhun Karbeyaz, Katherine Ognyanova, Brooke Foucault Welles, Waleed Meleis, and David Lazer. “Conducting Massively Open Online Social Experiments with Volunteer Science.” Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM15), Oxford, UK.

Seitz, H. H., L. Gibson, C. Skubisz, H. Forquer, Susan Mello, M. Schapira, K. Armstrong, and J. N. Cappella. “Effects of a Personalized Mammography Decision Aid on Accuracy of Risk Perceptions and Mammography Intentions.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Juan, PR.

Talgar, Cigdem, Jesica Speed Wiley, Jacob Depue, and Carey M. Noland. “Practicing Contemplative Gratitude In University Classrooms: Student Learning And Happiness Outcomes.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Mello, Susan, Andy S. L. Tan, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Cabral A. Bigman. “Perceived Harm of Secondhand E-cigarette Vapors and Policy Support to Restrict Public Vaping.” Paper presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Antonio, TX.

Tan, Andy S. L., Susan Mello, Cabral A. Bigman, and Ashley Sanders-Jackson. “Is Exposure to E-cigarette Communications Associated with Harms of E-cigarette Vapors? Results from a National Survey of U.S. Adults.” Paper presented at the 21st Annual Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2015.

2014

Bednarchik, Lori A., Mark Generous, Paul A. Mongeau, Benjamin Wiedmaier, and George Bryant. “Defining Sexual Consent: Perspectives from a College Student Population.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Bell, Carole V. “Coming Out for Gay Rights: The Role of Value Frames and Public Figures in Changing Minds.” Paper presented at the 2014 International Society of Political Psychology Conference, Rome, IT.

Bell, Carole V. “Continuity and Conservatism in the Multiracial American Drama.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Gross, Kimberly, Robert Entman, Andrew Rojecki, and Carole V. Bell. “Refining Racial Appeals: Media and the 2012 Presidential Campaign.” Paper presented at the 2014 American Political Science Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, Corey Murphy, Andrea Grimes Parker, and Jesica Speed. “Networks and Opportunity: Exploring Networked Resources Among Low-Income, Minority Youth.” Paper presented at the 2014 International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Celebrating New York Times Co. v. Sullivan: Brennan, Black, and the Importance of Process.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “For Limited Time: Definitional Argument and the Copyright Clause.” Paper presented at the Eighth ISSA (International Society for the Study of Argumentation) Conference on Argumentation, Amsterdam, NL.

Hoppmann, Michael J. “Shifting Paradigms in Argument Scheme Studies.” Paper presented at the Eighth ISSA (International Society for the Study of Argumentation) Conference on Argumentation, Amsterdam, NL.Hoppmann, Michael J. “On the Border between Time-Tested and Outdated.” Paper presented at the 2014 Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Jackson, Sarah. “Post-(Apocalyptic)Racial: The Walking Dead and Heroic American Past(s) and Present(s).” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi, and Jeffrey D. Robinson. “Evidence and Explanation for Essentially-Three-Part Sequences of Action in Ordinary Conversation: A Case of Arrangement Making.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Los Angeles, CA.

Kidwell, Mardi, and Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Accounts in Traffic Stops.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Los Angeles, CA.

Kidwell, Mardi, and Heidi Kevoe-Feldman. “Accounts in Traffic Stops.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Los Angeles, CA.

Knight, Kendra, and Benjamin Wiedmaier. “Work and Life, and Sex Too: Emerging Adults’ Casual Sexual Involvements and the Ideal Worker Norm.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Meade, Thomas, and Colleen Malachowski. “An Exploration of the Effects of Media Usage on Communication Apprehension and Dating Anxiety: An Extended Abstract.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Mello, Susan, and Robert C. Hornik. “Effects of Media Coverage on Mothers’ Behaviors to Protect Pediatric Environmental Health.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Mello, Susan. “Media Coverage of Toxic Risks: A Content Analysis of Pediatric Environmental Health Information Available to New and Expecting Mothers.” Paper presented at the 2014 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.New Orleans, LA.

Nelson, Erin C., Brian Spitzberg, and Benjamin Wiedmaier. “The Wobegon Effect: Regulating Self-Perceived Communication Competence with Cognitive Priming.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Noland, Carey, and Heather Carmack. “Narrativizing Nursing Students’ Experiences Medical Error During Clinicals.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “A Rhetoric of ‘Disastrous Reassurance’ Voices from the Seismic Crater in the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Pietrucci, Pamela. “Foregrounding Locality in Protest Rhetoric.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Seitz, Holli H., Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Marilyn M. Schapira, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Using a Personalized Online Mammography Decision Aid to Change Normative Beliefs About Mammography.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Seitz, Holli H., Marilyn M. Schapira, Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Tailoring, Exemplars, and Amount of Information in an Online Mammography Decision Aid: Effects on Decision Process Outcomes.” Paper presented at the 2014 Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making, Miami, FL.

Speed Wiley, Jesica. “Teaching Well, Unprofessionally: Aesthetics and Dissent in Teaching Work.” Paper presented at the 2014 Eastern States Communication Association Convention, Providence, RI.

Speed Wiley, Jesica. “Women and Prison Classrooms.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

2013

Bell, Carole V. “Race, Gender, and Parasocial Politics in the New Public Sphere: Understanding the Political Implications of Cross Cultural TV Viewing through a Social Media Lens.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Bell, Carole V. “Television Dramas, Elite Television Fan Communities and Racial Discourse in the New Public Sphere,” Paper presented at the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London, UK.

Entman, Robert, Andrew Rojecki, Kimberly Gross, and Carole V. Bell. “Making and Unmasking Racial Threat in the 2012 Election Campaign.” Paper presented at the 2013 Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., 2013.

Foucault Welles, Brooke. “A Multi-Theoretical, Multi-Level Investigation of the Structure of Social Relationships in Virtual Worlds.” Paper presented at the 2013 INSNA Sunbelt Conference on Social Network Analysis, Hamburg, DE.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, and Peter V. Miller. “Nonverbal Correlates of Survey Rapport: An Analysis of Interviewer Behavior.” Paper presented at the Cannell Workshop at the 2013 meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), Boston, MA.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Children or Adults? The Diminishing Speech Rights of Youth in America’s Public Schools.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Preciseness is a Virtue: What are Critical Questions?” Paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, Windsor, CA.

Hoppmann, Michael. “Richard Whately’s Concept of Presumption and the Burden of Proof.” Paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Chicago, IL.

Hoppmann, Michael J. “Humor in the Face of Tragedy.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Hoppmann, Michael J. “What are Critical Questions?” Paper presented at the 2013 Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study or Argumentation, Windsor, Canada.

Jackson, Sarah. “‘Nigger Gal’ in Distress: Race and Womanhood in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained.’” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Jackson, Sarah. “Defining Women in Need: VAWA Identity Politics.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Jackson, Sarah. “Occupying the Civil Rights Movement: Cable News Framing of Contemporary Protest through Historical Memory.” Paper presented at the 2013 Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Convention, Washington DC.

Jackson, Sarah. “Occupying the Civil Rights Movement: Cable News Framing of Contemporary Protest through Historical Memory.” Paper presented at the 2013 Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Convention, Washington DC.

Leone, Ron, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Obscenity to the Max: Max Hardcore, Community Standards and ‘Works as a Whole’ Online.” Paper presented at the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London, UK.

Martin, Judith N., and Thomas K. Nakayama. “Reconsidering Intercultural Competence in the Workplace: A Dialectical Approach.” Paper presented at the 2013 Meeting of International Association of Languages & Intercultural Communication, Hong Kong, China.

Nakayama, Thomas K. “The Project of Critical Intercultural Communication.” Keynote address at the 2013 International Convention & English Language Expo, Dallas, TX.

Nakayama, Thomas. “White Out: Filling the Cipher of Dan White.” Paper presented at the 2013 International Communication Association Convention, London, UK.

Noland, Carey. “‘My Heart Dropped’: Nurse Socialization and Medical Mistakes.” Paper presented at the 2013 Communicating Medical Errors Conference, Ascona, CH.

Noland, Carey. “HIV Testing Policy Shifts: A Review of the Policies From Patient and Provider Perspectives.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

Reagle, Joseph. “Online Cooperation: The Case of Wikipedia.” Paper presented at the 2013 Workshop on Examples of Successful Cooperation, Institute for Advanced Study: Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg, Germany.

Speed, Jessica A. “Organizing Experience in Organizational Spaces: Artists’ Work.” Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention, Washington, DC.

2012

Andsager, Julie, and Joseph Schwartz. “Conceptualizing Time: Toward Making Content
Analysis Research Time Frames More Meaningful.” Paper presented at the 2012 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.

Bell, Carole. “Talking Politics Online: Elite Fan Communities and Racial Discourse in the New Public Sphere.” Paper presented at the 2012 Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Drury, Sarah Mehltretter, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Remembering and Re-creating the Great Debate of September 25, 1960: The Kennedy and Nixon Presidential Libraries as Sites for Historical Argumentation.” Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Communication Association Convention, Cambridge, MA.

Foucault Welles, Brooke, Anthony Vashevko, Nicholas Bennett, and Noshir Contractor. “Dynamic Models of Communication in an Online Friendship Network.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Goodale, Greg. “The Violence of Sound in a Democracy.” Paper presented at the 2012 Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Herbeck, Dale A. “The Cheerleader and The Athlete: A Sad Tale About the Dismal State of Student Speech Rights.” Paper presented at the 2012 Western States Communication Association Convention, Albuquerque, NM. (Top Paper Award)

Herbeck, Dale A. “Defamation in the Age of Juicy Campus.” Paper presented at the 2012 Central States Communication Association Convention, Cleveland, OH. (Top Paper Award)

Herbeck, Dale A. “The Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act: ‘Spatial Tactics’ and the First Amendment.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Getting Excited about the CALM Act: Loud Commercials and the First Amendment.” Paper presented at the 2012 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.

Herbeck, Dale A. “Rereading New York Times v. Sullivan: The Importance of Procedure in Libel Cases.” Paper presented at the 2012 Broadcast Education Association Convention, Las Vegas, NV. (Top Paper Award)

Herbeck, Dale A. “The School Principal Is Your Pal: The Myspace Cases and Student Speech Rights.” Paper presented at the 2012 International Communication Association Convention, Phoenix, AZ.
Hoppmann, Michael. “Identifying with the Accused: A Modern Theory of Stasis.” Paper presented at the 2012 Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “The Accountability of Conduct in Service Encounters: Customers’ Complaints as a Last Defense Against Organizational Authority.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “Position Matters: Complaints, Complainability and Negative Observation in Customer Service Encounters.” Paper presented to the 2012 Language and Social Interaction Working Group (LANSI), New York, NY.

Kevoe-Feldman, Heidi. “‘Pressuring’ the Service Button: Customers’ Use of So-prefaced Formulations in Service Encounters.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Nakayama, Thomas K. “Mediated multiculturalism: Riots, Official Discourse and Everyday Life.” Paper Presented at the 2012 Association for Cultural Studies, Paris, FR.

Nakayama, Thomas K., and Judith N. Martin. “Ethical Issues in Intercultural Communication Competence: A Dialectical Approach.” Paper presented at the 2012 International Conference on Intercultural Communication, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, CN.

Noland, Carey. “Communication about Sex Research.” Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston MA.

Noland, Carey. “Exploring the Perceptions of New Nurses on Socialization: Implications for Communication Training and Retention.” Paper presented at the 2012 National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Noland, Carey. “Nursing Socialization, Communication and Medical Error.” Paper presented at the 2012 Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston MA. (Top Paper Award)

Noland, Carey, and Hans P. Schlecht. “Understanding Patients’ Perspectives on Opt-Out, Incentivized, and Anonymous Mandatory HIV Testing.” Paper presented at the 2012 International Communication Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Reagle, Joseph. “410 Gone: Infocide in Open Content Communities.” Paper presented at the 13th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Salford, UK.

Schwartz, Joseph, and J. Grimm. “Body Talk: Gay Men’s Body Image Commentary on Queerty.com.” Paper presented at the 2012 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.