Refereed Journal Publications – 2006-2011

Alexander, Laurence

1. Fargo, A.E., & Alexander, L. B. (2009). Testing the boundaries of the first amendment press clause: A proposal for protecting the media from newsgathering torts, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, 31(2): 1093-1153.

 

Armstrong, Cory L.

1. Armstrong, C.L., & McAdams, M. J. (in press). Blogging the time away? Young adults’ motivations for blog use, Atlantic Journal of Communication.

2. Armstrong, C.L. (in press). Parenting magazines and obesity: How well do they trim the fat?, in press at Health Communication.

3. Armstrong, C.L., & Gao, F. F. (2011) Gender, twitter and news content: A comparison across platforms and coverage areas, Journalism Studies, 12(2): 1-16.

4. Armstrong, C.L. (2011). Providing a clearer view: An examination of transparency on local government web sites, Government Information Quarterly, 28(1): 11-16.

5. Armstrong, C.L., & Boyle, M.P. (2011). Views from the margins: News coverage of women in abortion protests, 1960-2006, Mass Communication & Society, 14(2):1-25.

6. Armstrong, C.L., & Gao, F.F. (2010). Now Tweet This: How News Organizations Use Twitter, Electronic News, 4(4): 218-235.

7. Armstrong, C.L., & McAdams, M. J. (2009). Blogs of Information: How Gender Cues and Individual Motivations Influence Perceptions of Credibility, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 14(3): 435-456.

8. Armstrong, C.L. (2009). It’s all in the audience: How the news media portrayed women and girls during two 2006 school shootings, Florida Communication Journal, 38(1): 107-123.

9. Boyle, M.P., & Armstrong, C.L. (2009). Measuring level of deviance: considering the distinct influence of goals and tactics on news treatment of abortion protests, Atlantic Journal of Communication, 17(4):166-183.

10. Armstrong, C. L., & Collins, S. J. (2009). Reaching out: Newspaper credibility among younger readers, Mass Communication & Society, 12(1): 97-114.

11. Armstrong, C. L. (2009). Examining the blame frame: Portrayals of women in newspaper content about dieting, Journal of Health and Mass Communication, 1(1/2): 131-147.

12. Armstrong, C.L. (2008). Exploring a Two-Dimensional Model of Community Pluralism and its Effects on the Level of Transparency in Community Decision-Making, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 85(4):807-822.

13. Collins, S.J. & Armstrong, C.L. (2008). Following the setting sun: college students readership of free newspapers on campus, Newspaper Research Journal, 29(1), 77-89.

14. Armstrong, C. L. (2006). Typecasting women: The role of genre in the use of female newspaper sources, Newspaper Research Journal, 27 (3): 66-81

15. Armstrong, C. L. (2006). Writing about women: An examination of how content about women is determined in newspapers. Mass Communication & Society, 9(4): 447-460.

16. Armstrong, C. L. (2006). A two-dimensional model of community pluralism, Mass Communication & Society, 9 (3): 287-300.

17. Armstrong, C. L., Wood, M. L. M., & Nelson, M. R. (2006). Female news professionals in local and national broadcast news during the buildup to the Iraqi military conflict, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 50(1): 78-94.

18. Boyle, M.P., Schmierbach, M., Armstrong, C. L., Cho, J., McCluskey, M. R., McLeod, D. M., & Shah, D.V. (2006). Expressive responses to news stories about extremist groups: A framing experiment, Journal of Communication, 56(2): 1-18.

19. Armstrong, C. L. and Nelson, M. R. (2005). How newspaper sourcing triggers gender stereotypes, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 82(4): 820-837.

 

Chance, Sandra F.

1. Chance, S. F., & Locke, C. (2010). When even the truth isn’t good enough: Judicial inconsistency in False Light Cases Threatens Free Speech, University of North Carolina First Amendment Law Review, forthcoming Spring 2011.

2. Chance, S. F., & Locke, C. (2010). Struggling with sunshine: Analyzing the impact of technology on compliance with open government laws using Florida as a case study, Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal, 21(1), 1-32 (lead article).

3. Chance, S. F., (2005). “Access Under Siege: The Impact of Technology on Public Policy and Access to Electronic Records in the United States,” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society.

4. Hardin, M., Dodd, J. E., & Chance, J. (2005). On Equal Footing? The Framing of Sexual Difference in Runner’s World. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 14(2), 40-51

5. Molleda, J.C., & Chance, S. (2005). The state of Latin American press freedom. Journalism Studies, 6(4), 530-534.

 

Chan-Olmsted, Sylvia M.

1. Chan-Olmsted, S.M., Lee, S., & Kim, H. (accepted). Competitive strategies in Korean mobile television markets: A comparative analysis of mobile operators and television broadcasters. International Journal of Mobile Marketing.

2. Park, J., Chan-Olmsted, S.M., Kim, Y., & Jung, J. (accepted). Factors affecting e-book reader awareness, interest, and intention to use, New Media and Society

3. Lee, C., Kim, J., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (in press). Branded product information search on the Web: The role of brand trust and credibility of online information sources. Journal of Marketing Communications.

4. Chan-Olmsted, S. M. (in press). Media branding in a changing world: Challenges and opportunities 2.0, The International Journal on Media Management.

5. Chan-Olmsted, S. M., & Guo, M. (2011). Strategic bundling of telecommunications services: A comparative study of triple-play strategies in the cable television and telephone industries. Journal of Media Business Studies, 8(2), 63-81.

6. Chang, B., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2010). Success factors of cable network brand extension: Focusing on the parent network, composition, fit, consumer characteristics, and viewing habits, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 54(4), 641-656.

7. Kim, M., Heo, J., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2010). Exploring perceived effectiveness and business structure among advertising agencies: A case study of mobile advertising in South Korea, Journal of Media Business Studies, 7(2), 1-20.

8. Chan-Olmsted, S. M., Cha, J., & Oba, G. (2008). An examination of the host country factors affecting the export of U.S. video media good. Journal of Media Economics, 21(3), 191-216.

9. Lee, S., Chan-Olmsted, S.M., & Ho, H. (2008). The emergence of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs): An examination of the business strategy in the global MVNO market. The International Journal on Media Management, 10(1), 10-21.

10. Chan-Olmsted, S.M., & Cha, J. (2008). Exploring the antecedents and effects of brand images for television news: An application of brand personality construct in a multichannel news environment. The International Journal on Media Management, 10(1), 32-45.

11. Oba, G., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2007). Video strategy of transnational media corporations: A resource-based examination of global alliances and patterns. Journal of Media Business Studies, 4(2), 1-25.

12. Chan-Olmsted, S.M., & Cha, J. (2007). Branding television news in a multichannel environment: An exploratory study of network news brand personality. The International Journal on Media Management, 9(4), 135-150.

13. Oba, G., & Chan-Olmsted, S. M. (2006). Self-dealing or market transaction? An exploratory study of vertical integration in the U.S. syndication market, Journal of Media Economics, 19(2), 99-118.

14. Chan-Olmsted, S.M., & Chang, B. (2006). Globalization through partnerships: Examining cross-border acquisitions and international joint ventures in the world media markets, ICFAI Journal of Mergers & Acquisitions, 3(2), 7-33.

15. Chan-Olmsted, S.M., (2006). Content development for the third screen: The business and strategy of mobile content and applications in the United States. The International Journal on Media Management, 8(2), 51-59.

16. Lee, S., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2006). The development of mobile television: Examining the convergence of mobile and broadcasting services in Korea, International Journal of Mobile Marketing, 1(2), 41-49.

17. Chan-Olmsted, S. M., & Chang, B. (2006). Audience knowledge, perceptions and factors affecting the adoption intent of terrestrial digital television. New Media and Society, 8(5), 773-800.

18. Oba, G., & Chan-Olmsted, S. M. (2006). Vertical integration in the U.S. syndication market, Journal of Media Economics, 19(2), 99-118.

19. Jung, J., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2005). Impacts of media conglomerates’ dual diversification on financial performance. Journal of Media Economics, 18(3), 183-202.

20. Chang, B., & Chan-Olmsted, S. M. (2005). Relative constancy of advertising spending: A cross-national examination of advertising expenditures and their determinants, Gazette: The International Journal of Communication Studies, 67, 339-357.

21. Chan-Olmsted, S.M., Li, C.C., & Jung, J. (2005).The profiling of cable modem broadband subscribers: Characteristics, perceptions, and satisfaction, Journal of Targeting, Measurement, and Analysis for Marketing, 13(4), 327-345.

22. Kim, J., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2005).Comparative effects of public relations and brand attitudes on purchasing intention. Journal of Marketing Communications, 11(3), 145-170.

23. Chan-Olmsted, S. M. (2005). Transnational expansion strategy in media industries: A comparative analysis of acquisitions versus alliances. Journal of Broadcasting and Communication.

24. Chan-Olmsted, S. M. (2005). Response to “diversification strategy of global media conglomerates: A comment. Journal of Media Economics, 18(2), 105-107.

25. Oba, G., & Chan-Olmsted, S.M. (2005). The Development of cable television in East Asian countries: A comparative analysis of determinants. Gazette: The International Journal of Communication Studies, 67, 211-237.

 

Choi, Youjin

1. Choi, Y., Choi, S. M., & Rifon, N. J. (2010). I smoke but I am not a smoker: Phantom smokers and the discrepancy between self-identity and behavior. Journal of American College Health, 59(2), 117-125.

2. Watson, J., Tomar, S., Dodd, V., Logan, H., & Choi, Y. (2009). Effectiveness of social marketing media campaign to reduce oral cancer racial disparities. Journal of National Medical Association, 101(8), 774-782.

3. Dodd, V., Watson, J., Choi, Y., Tomar, S., & Logan, H. (2008). Using social marketing principles to increase oral cancer screening rates among African Americans residing in Jacksonville, Florida. American Journal of Health Behavior, 32(6), 684-692.

4. Choi, Y., Dodd, V., Watson, J., Tomar, S., Logan, H., & Edwards, H. (2008). Perspectives of African Americans and dentists on oral cancer and dentist-patient communication. Patient Education and Counseling, 71(1), 41-51.

5. Yeon, H., Choi, Y., & Kiousis, S. (2007). Interactive communication features on nonprofit organizations’ web pages for the practice of excellent public relations. Journal of Website Promotion, 1, 61-83.

 

Cleary, Johanna

1. Cleary, J., & bloom, T. (forthcoming). Gatekeeping at the portal: An analysis of local television websites’ user-generated content. Electronic News.

2. Cleary, J., & Cochie, M. (forthcoming). Hiring for change? A content analysis of newspaper industry job ads on JournalismJobs.com and Editor & Publisher. Newspaper Research Journal.

3. Coffey, A. J. & Cleary, J. (in press). Promotional practices of cable news networks: A comparative analysis of new and traditional spaces. International Journal on Media Management, X(X), XX-XX.

4. Al Nashimi, E., Cleary, J. Molleda, J., & McAdams, M. (2010). Internet political discussions in the Arab World: A look at online forums from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. International Communication Gazette, 72(8), 719-738. DOI: 10.1177/1748048519380810

5. Cleary, J. (2009). Genêt” on the air: Janet Flanner’s wartime broadcasts. Journalism History, 35(1), 34-41.

6. Adams-Bloom, T., & Cleary, J. (2009). Staking a claim for social responsibility: An argument for the dual responsibility model. The International Journal on Media Management, 11(1), 1-8.

7. Cleary, J., & Adams-Bloom, T. (2009). Selling news: Behind the content of broadcast and cable morning news shows. Electronic News, 3(1), 13-31.

8. Cleary, J. (2009). A contract for success: Conflicting attitudes about professional development among producers and news directors. Electronic News, 2(4), 1-20

9. Cleary, J., & Adams-Bloom, T. (2009). The family business: Entertainment products and the network morning news shows. Mass Communication & Society, 12(1), 78-96

10. Coffey, A.J., & Cleary, J. (2008). Valuing new media spaces: Are cable network news crawls cross-promotional agents? Journalism & Mass Communications Quarterly, 85(4), 894-912.

11. Adams, T. L., & Cleary, J. (2007). Surfable surveys: Using Web-based technology to reach newsroom respondents. Electronic News, 1(2), 103-120.

12. Packer, C.L., & Cleary, J. (2007). Redrawing the social architecture: An analysis of the common law governing post- employment non-compete contracts for media employees. Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, 24(3), 1073-1120.

13. Cleary, J. (2006). From the classroom to the newsroom: Professional development in broadcast journalism. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 61(3), 254-266.

14. Cleary, J., & Adams, T. (2006). The Parity Paradox: Reader Response to Minority Newsroom Staffing, Mass Communication and Society, 9(1), 45-61.

 

Coffey, Amy Jo

1. Coffey, A. J. (accepted). The U.S. Asian television audience: Advertiser perceptions, agency obstacles, and investment solution. Journal of Advertising Research.

2. Coffey, A. J. & Cleary, J. (in press). Promotional practices of cable news networks: A comparative analysis of new and traditional spaces. International Journal on Media Management.

3. Coffey, A.J., & Sanders, A.K. (2010). Defining a product market for Spanish-language broadcast media: Lessons from United States v. Univision Communications, Inc. and Hispanic Broadcasting. Communication Law and Policy, 15(1), 55-89.

4. Coffey, A.J., & Cleary, J. (2008). Valuing new media spaces: Are cable network news crawls cross-promotional agents? Journalism & Mass Communications Quarterly 85(4), 894-912.

5. Coffey, A.J. (2008). The case for audience isolation: Language and culture as predictors of advertiser investment. International Journal on Media Management, 10(2), 81-90.

6. Becker, L.B., Vlad, T., Coffey, A.J. & Tucker, M. (2005). 2004 Enrollment Report: Enrollment Growth Rate Slows; Field’s Focus on Undergraduate Education at Odds with University Setting. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 60(3), 286-314.

 

Dodd, Julie E.

1. Hardin, M., Dodd, J.E., & Lauffer, K. (2006). Passing it on: The reinforcement of male hegemony in sports journalism textbooks. Mass Communication & Society, 9(4), 429-446.

2. Robinson, J. L., and Dodd, J. E. (2006). Case Study: Use of Handheld Computers by University Communications Students. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 2(1), 49-61.

3. Hardin, M., Dodd, J. E., & Chance, J. (2005). On Equal Footing? The Framing of Sexual Difference in Runner’s World. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 14(2), 40-51.

 

Elias, Troy

1. Elias, T., Appiah, O., & Gong, L. (2011). Effects of Black’s strength of ethnic identity on consumer attitudes: A multiple-group model approach. Journal of Interactive Advertising, 11 (2), 13-29.

2. Elias, T., & Appiah, O. (2010). A tale of two social contexts: Race-specific testimonials on commercial web sites and their effects on numeric majority and numeric minority consumer attitudes. Journal of Advertising Research, 50 (3), 250-264.

 

Goodman, J. Robyn

1. Goodman, J.R., Morris, J.D. & Sutherland, J. C. (2008). Is Beauty a Joy Forever? Young women’s emotional responses to varying types of beautiful advertising models. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 85(1), 147-158.

 

Hon, Linda

1. Ki, E., & Hon, L. (2009). Causal linkages among relationship cultivation strategies and relationship quality outcomes. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 3(4), 242-263, 2009.

2. Ki, E. & Hon, C. (2009). A measure of relationship cultivation strategies. Journal of Public Relations Research. 21(1), 1-24, 2009.

3. Ki, E. & Hon, L. (2007). Reliability and validity of organization-public relationship measurement and linkages among relationship indicators in a membership organization. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 84(3), 419-438.

4. Ki, E., & Hon, L. (2007). Testing the linkages among the organization-public relationship and attitude and behavioral intentions. Journal of Public Relations Research, 19(1), 1-24.

5. Ki, E., & Hon, L. (2006). Relationship Maintenance Strategies on Fortune 500 Company Web sites, Journal of Communication Management, 10(2), 27-43.

6. Hon, L. (2005). The Mosaic of Public Relations Evaluation, Brazilian Journal of Organizational Communication and Public Relations, 2(2), 96-115.

 

Kelly, Kathleen, S.

1. Waters, R. D., Kelly, K. S., & Walker, M. L. (accepted/in press). Organizational roles enacted by American healthcare fundraisers: A national study testing theory and assessing gender differences. Journal of Communication Management. (18 pp.)

2. Kelly, K. S., Laskin, A. V., & Rosenstein, G. A. (2010). Investor relations: Two-way symmetrical practice. Journal of Public Relations Research, 22(2), 182-208. DOI: 10.1080/10627261003601630.

3. Kelly, K. S., Thompson, M. F., & Waters, R. (2006). Improving the way we die: A coorientation study assessing agreement/disagreement in the organization-public relationship of hospices and physicians. Journal of Health Communication, 11(6), 607-627.

 

Kim, Sora

1. Kim, S.,Kim, S. Y., & Sung, K. (Accepted),. How Fortune 100 companies use Facebook: Corporate ability versus social responsibility. Public Relations Review.

2. Kim, S., Avery, E. J., Lariscy, R. W. (In Press). Reputation repair at the expense of providing instructing and adjusting information following crises: Examining 18 years of crisis response strategy research. International Journal of Strategic Communication.

3. Liu, B. F., & Kim, S. (In Press). How organizations framed the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic via social and traditional media,” Submitted to the Public Relations Review (Authors contributed equally to article)

4. Kim, S., & Liu, B. F. (In Press). Are all crises opportunities? A comparison of how corporate and government organizations responded to the 2009 Flu Pandemic,” Journal of Public Relations Research. (Authors contributed equally to article)

5. Kim, S. (2011). Transferring effects of csr strategy on consumer responses: the Synergistic model of corporate communication strategy. Journal of Public Relations Research, 23 (2), 1-24.

6. Kim, S., Park, J., & Wright, E. (2010). Expectation Gaps between Stakeholders and Web-based Corporate Public Relations Efforts: Focusing on Fortune 500 Corporate Web Sites. Public Relations Review 36 (3), 215-221.

 

Kiousis, Spiro K.

1. Ragas, M., Kim, J., Lim, H., & Kiousis, S. (Accepted/In Press). Agenda-Building and Agenda-Setting in the Corporate Sphere: Analyzing Influence in the 2008 Yahoo!-Icahn Proxy Contest. Public Relations Review.

2. Moreno, A., Kiousis, S., & Humanes, M. (Accepted/In Press). Spanish 2004 elections and the March 11 Madrid Attacks: An Intercandidate Agenda-Setting Approach to the Strategic Campaigns of Parties and Its Impact on Electoral Outcomes. Estudio de la Agenda-Setting Entre Candidatos en las Elecciones Espanolas de 2004. Aproximacion Desde La Estrategia de los Partidos. Razon Y Palabra.

3. Kiousis, S., Laskin, A., & Kim, J. (Accepted/In Press). Congressional agenda-building: examining the influence of congressional communications from the speaker of the house. Public Relations Journal.

4. Kim, J., Xiang, Z., & Kiousis, S. (2011). International Agenda Building Effects of Presidential Candidate Public Relations on Global Media Coverage and Public Opinion: 2008 U.S. Presidential Election. Public Relations Review, 37, 109-111.

5. Strömbäck, J., Mitrook, M., & Kiousis, S. (2010). Bridging Two Schools of Thought: Applications of Public Relations Theory to Political Marketing. Journal of Political Marketing, 9, 1-20.

6. Golan, G. & Kiousis, S. (2010). Religion, media credibility and support for democracy in the Arab world. Journal of Media and Religion, 9, 84-98.

7. Kiousis, S. & Strömbäck, J. (2010). The White House and Public Relations: Examining the Linkages between presidential communications and public opinion. Public Relations Review, 36, 7-14.

8. Ragas, M. & Kiousis, S. (2010). Intermedia agenda-setting and political activism: MoveOn.Org and the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election. Mass Communication & Society, 13, 560-583.

9. Strömbäck, J. & Kiousis, S. (2010). Comparing media effects across different media channels and media types. Journal of Communication, 60, 271-292.

10. Kiousis, S., & McDevitt, M. (2008). Agenda-setting and voter turnout: Implications for political socialization. Communication Research, 35, 481-502.

11. Kiousis, S., & Wu, X. (2008). International agenda-building and agenda-setting: Exploring the influence of public relations counsel on news media and public perceptions of foreign nations. International Communication Gazette, 70, 58-75.

12. Kiousis, S, & Shields, A. (2008). Intercandidate agenda-setting in presidential elections: issue and attribute agendas in the 2004 campaign. Public Relations Review, 34, 325-330.

13. Kiousis, S., Popescu, C., & Mitrook, M. (2007). Understanding influence on corporate reputation: an examination of public relations efforts, media coverage, public opinion, and financial performance from an agenda-building and agenda-setting perspective. Journal of Public Relations Research, 19, 147-165.

14. Yeon, H., Choi, Y., & Kiousis, S. (2007). Interactive communication features on nonprofit organizations’ web pages for the practice of excellent public relations. Journal of Website Promotion, 1, 61-83.

15. McDevitt, M., & Kiousis, S. (2007). The red and blue of adolescence: Origins of the compliant voter and defiant activist. American Behavioral Scientist, 50, 1214-1230.

16. Golan, G., Kiousis, S, & McDaniel, M. (2007). Second-level agenda-setting and political advertising: investigating the transfer of issue and attribute saliency during the 2004 U.S. presidential election. Journalism Studies, 8, 432-443.

17. McDevitt, M., & Kiousis, S. (2006). Deliberative Learning: Civic Development as Discursive Transformation. Communication Education, 55, 247-264.

18. Kiousis, S., Mitrook, M., Wu, X., & Seltzer, T. (2006). First- and Second-Level Agenda-Building and Agenda-Setting Effects: Exploring the Linkages among Candidate News Releases, Media Coverage, and Public Opinion during the 2002 Florida Gubernatorial Election. Journal of Public Relations Research, 18, 265-285.

19. Kiousis, S. & Dimitrova, D. (2006). Differential Impact of Web Site Content: Exploring the Influence of Source (Public Relations vs. News), Modality, and Participation on College Students’ Perceptions. Public Relations Review, 32, 177-179.

20. Kiousis, S. (2006). Exploring the Impact of Modality on Perceptions of Credibility for Online News Stories. Journalism Studies, 7, 348-359.

21. Kiousis, S., McDevitt, M., & Wu, X. (2005). The Genesis of Civic Awareness: Agenda-Setting in Political Socialization. Journal of Communication, 55, 756-774.

22. Kiousis, S. (2005). Compelling Arguments and Attitude Strength: Exploring the Impact of Second-Level Agenda-Setting on Public Opinion of Presidential Candidate Images. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 10, 3-27.

23. Martinez, B. & Kiousis, S. (2005). Empowering Citizens in Emerging Democracies: Developing Effective Public Relations Media Strategies for Political Participation. Studier i PolitiskKommunikation, 15, 4-20. Sundsvall: Center for Political Communication Research.

 

Lee, Moon J.

1. Lee, M. J. & Shin, M. (2011). Fear versus humor: The impact of sensation seeking on physiological, cognitive and emotional responses to anti-alcohol abuse messages. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. Volume 145 Issue 2, 73 – 92.

2. Lee, M. J., Hust, S., Zhang, L. & Zhang, Y. (2011). Effects of violence against women in popular crime dramas on viewers’ gender attitudes related to sexual Violence. Mass Communication and Society, 14 (1), 25-44.

3. Lee, M. J. (2010) The Effects of self-efficacy statements in humorous anti-alcohol abuse messages targeting college students: Who is in charge? Health Communication, 25 (8), 638 – 646.

4. Sobralske, M. & Lee, M. (2010). Cardiovascular disease risk screening among Latino men in Eastern Washington. Washington State Journal of Public Health Practice. 3(1). 1-13.

5. Arganbright, M., & Lee, M. (2010) Does exposure to sexual hip-hop music videos influences the sexual attitudes of college students? Mass Communication and Society. 13 (1). 67-86.

6. Lee, M. J., Bichard, S, & Irey, M. S. (2009). American college students’ stereotypes of different ethnicities in relation to media use: What are they watching? The Howard Journal of Communications, 20(1), 95-110.

7. Xie G. & Lee, M. J. (2008), Anticipated experience of motion pictures based on arousal seeking tendency, The Journal of Social Psychology, 148(3), 277-292.

8. Lee, M. J., & Bichard, S. (2006). Effective communication targeting college students for the prevention of binge-drinking: Are they rebels? Health Communication, 20(3) 299-308.

9. Lee M. J., Xie, G., & Tedder, M. C. (2006). Effective computer text design to enhance readers’ recall: Text formats, individual working memory capacity and content type. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 36(1) 57-73.

10. Lee, M. J. (2005). Hypertext: Does disorientation matter? Introducing expanding hypertext based on adventurousness. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 10(3). DOI: 10.1111/j.1083-6101.2005.tb00255.x

11. Hansen, E. G., Mislevy, R. J., Steinberg, L. S., Lee, M. J., & Forer, D. C. (2005). Accessibility of tests for individuals with disabilities within a validity framework. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics, 33(1), 107-133.

 

Leslie, Michael

1. Leslie, M. (2007). IP-based videoconferencing: can it promote intercultural understanding, internationalization of the curriculum and social change? The Journal of Communication and Social Change, 1(1), 72-83.

 

Lewis, Norman P.

1. Lewis, N.P. & Zhong, B. (in press). The personality of plagiarism. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator. (Accepted Aug. 1, 2011; publication date not yet scheduled.)

2. Lewis, N. P., Neely, J., & Gao, F. (in press). Transparency missing when top editors blog. Newspaper Research Journal. (Accepted November 3, 2010; scheduled for publication in spring 2011).

3. Lewis, N.P., Treise, D., Hus, S.I., Allen, W.L., & Kang, H. (in press). DTC genetic testing companies fail transparency prescriptions. New Genetics and Society. (Accepted June 9, 2011; scheduled for print publication in second edition of 2012.).

4. Walsh-Childers, K.; Lewis, N.P. & Neely, J. (2011). Listeners, not leeches: What Virginia Tech survivors needed from journalists. Journal of Mass Media Ethics. 26, 191-205.

5. Lewis, N.P.; Neely, J. & Gao, F. (2011). Few top editor’s blog about news decisions. Newspaper Research Journal, 32, 63-73.

6. Lewis, N. P. (2010). The myth of Spiro Agnew’s “nattering nabobs of negativism.” American Journalism, 27, 89-115.

7. Lewis, N.P. (2008). A dozen best: Top books on journalism and the civil rights era. American Journalism, 25, 148-154. (Invited)

8. Lewis, N.P. (2008). Plagiarism antecedents and situational influences. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 85, 353-370.

9. Lewis, N. P. (2008). From cheesecake to chief: Newspaper editors’ slow acceptance of women. American Journalism, 25, 33-55.

McAdams, Mindy J.

1. Armstrong, C.L., & McAdams, M. J. (in press). Blogging the time away? Young adults’ motivations for blog use, Atlantic Journal of Communication.

2. Al Nashimi, E., Cleary, J. Molleda, J., & McAdams, M. (2010). Internet political discussions in the Arab World: A look at online forums from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. International Communication Gazette, 72(8), 719-738. DOI: 10.1177/1748048519380810.

3. Armstrong, C.L., & McAdams, M. J. (2009). Blogs of Information: How Gender Cues and Individual Motivations Influence Perceptions of Credibility, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 14(3): 435-456.

 

Mitrook, Michael A.

1. Strömbäck, J., Mitrook, M., & Kiousis, S. (2010). Bridging Two Schools of Thought: Applications of Public Relations Theory to Political Marketing. Journal of Political Marketing, 9, 1-20.

2. Seltzer, T. C., & Mitrook, M. A., (2009). Two sides to every story: Using coorientation to measure direct and meta-perspectives of both parties in organization-public relationships. Public Relations Journal, 3(2), 1-24.

3. Seltzer, T. C., & Mitrook, M. A., (2009). The role of expert opinion in framing media coverage of the Heisman Trophy race. Journal of Sports Media, 4(2), 1-29.

4. Mitrook, M. A., Parish, N., & Seltzer. (2008). From advocacy to accommodation: A case study of the Orlando Magic’s public relations efforts to secure a new arena. Public Relations Review, 34(2), 161-168.

5. Kiousis, S., Popescu, C., & Mitrook, M. (2007). Understanding influence on corporate reputation: an examination of public relations efforts, media coverage, public opinion, and financial performance from an agenda-building and agenda-setting perspective. Journal of Public Relations Research, 19, 147-165.

6. Seltzer, T., & Mitrook, M. A. (2007). The dialogic potential of weblogs in relationship building. Public Relations Review, 33(2), 227-229.

7. Kiousis, S., Mitrook, M., Wu, X., & Seltzer, T. (2006). First- and Second-Level Agenda-Building and Agenda-Setting Effects: Exploring the Linkages among Candidate News Releases, Media Coverage, and Public Opinion during the 2002 Florida Gubernatorial Election. Journal of Public Relations Research, 18, 265-285.

 

Molleda, Juan-Carlos

1. Molleda, J.C. (2011). Advancing the theory of cross-national conflict shifting: A case discussion and quantitative content analysis of a transnational crisis’ newswire coverage. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 5(1), 49-70.

2. Molleda, J.C., Moreno, A., Athaydes, A., & Suárez, A.M. (2010). Macroencuesta latinoamericana de comunicación y relaciones públicas [Latin American macro-survey of communication and public relations]. Organicom, 7(13), 118-141.

3. Al Nashimi, E., Cleary, J. Molleda, J., & McAdams, M. (2010). Internet political discussions in the Arab World: A look at online forums from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. International Communication Gazette, 72(8), 719-738. DOI: 10.1177/1748048519380810

4. Molleda, J.C. (2010). Authenticity and the construct’s dimensions in public relations and communication research. Journal of Communication Management, 14(3), 223-236.

5. Molleda, J.C. (2009). Propuesta de un índice de autenticidad para desarrollar y evaluar decisiones, acciones, mensajes y programas de relaciones públicas [A proposed index of authenticity to develop and evaluate public relations decisions, actions, messages, and programs]. Razón y Palabra, 70. Available at http://www.razonypalabra.org.mx/Articulo%203%20MolledaJulio2009RazonyPalabra.pdf

6. Molleda, J.C. (2009). Construct and dimensions of authenticity in strategic communication research. Anagramas, 8(15), 85-97.

7. Molleda, J.C., Martinez, B., & Suarez, A.M. (2008). Building multi-sector partnerships for progress with strategic, participatory communication: A case study from Colombia. Anagramas, 6(12), 107-128.

8. Molleda, J.C., & Roberts, M. (2008). The value of authenticity in global strategic communication: The new Juan Valdez campaign. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 2(3), 157-174.

9. Molleda, J.C. (2008). Contextualized qualitative research in Venezuela: coercive isomorphic pressures of the socioeconomic and political environments on public relations practices. Journal of Public Relations Research, 20(1), 49-70.

10. Molleda, J.C. (2007). Impacto socieconómico y político sobre las relaciones públicas en Venezuela [Socioeconomic and political impact on public relations in Venezuela]. Estudos de Jornalismo & Relações Públicas, 10, 67-80.

11. Molleda, J.C., & Suárez, A.M. (2006). The roles of Colombian public relations professionals as agents of social transformation: how the country’s crisis forces professionals to go beyond communication with organizational publics. Glossa, 1(1). Available at http://bibliotecavirtualut.suagm.edu/Glossa/Journal/center.htm

12. Molleda, J.C., & Moreno, A. (2006). The transitional socioeconomic and political environments of public relations in Mexico. Public Relations Review, 32, 104-109.

13. Molleda, J.C. (2006). Investigación cualitativa y contextual en Venezuela: El impacto de los ambientes socioeconómico y político sobre el ejercicio de las relaciones públicas [Qualitative and contextualizad research in Venezuela: The impact of the socioeconomic and political environments on public relations practice]. Razón y Palabra, 51. Available at www.razonypalabra.org.mx

14. Moreno, A., Molleda, J.C., & Suárez, A.M. (2006). Comunicación estratégica y relaciones públicas en entornos socioeconómicos y políticos en transición: Estudio contextual comparativo en Colombia, México y Venezuela [Strategic communication and public relations in socioeconomic and political contexts in transition: Contextualizad and comparative research in Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela]. Razón y Palabra, 51. Available at www.razonypalabra.org.mx

15. Molleda, J.C., & Alhassan, A.D. (2006). Professional views on the Nigeria Institute of Public Relations’ law and enforcement. Public Relations Review, 32, 66-68.

16. Moreno, A., & Molleda, J.C. (2005, December-2006 January). Las relaciones públicas en México: Contextos económico, político y mediático en un proceso histórico de cambios [Public relations in Mexico: economic, politic and media contexts in a historical process of changes]. Razón y Palabra, 48. Available at http://www.razonypalabra.org.mx/anteriores/n48/morenomolleda.html.

17. Molleda, J.C., Connolly-Ahern, C., & Quinn, C. (2005). Cross-national conflict shifting: expanding a theory of global public relations management through quantitative content analysis. Journalism Studies, 6(1), 87-102.

18. Molleda, J.C., & Suárez, A.M. (2005). Challenges in Colombia for public relations professionals: a qualitative assessment of the economic and political environments. Public Relations Review, 31, 21-29.

19. Molleda, J.C., & Chance, S. (2005). The state of Latin American press freedom. Journalism Studies, 6(4), 530-534.

 

Morris, Jon D.

1. Morris, J. D., Klahr, N. J., Shen F., Villegas, J. Wright, P., He, G., & Liu, Y. (2009). Mapping a multi-dimensional emotion in response to television commercials. Human Brain Mapping, 30(3), 789-796.

2. Goodman, J.R., Morris, J.D. & Sutherland, J. C. (2008). Is Beauty a Joy Forever? Young women’s emotional responses to varying types of beautiful advertising models. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 85(1), 147-158.

3. Jin, C.H., Morris, J.D. & Villegas, J. (2007). Effect of the placement of the product in film and consumers’ emotional responses and prior brand evaluation, Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing.

 

Morton, Cynthia R.

1. Morton, C. R., Kim, H., & Treise, D. (2011). Safe sex after 50 and mature women’s beliefs of sexual health. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 45(3), 372-390

 

Robinson, Jennifer A.

1. Lowrey, W., Evans, W., Gower, K.K., Robinson, J.A., Ginter, P.M., McCormick, L.C., & Abdolrasulnia, M. (2007). Effective media communication of disasters: pressing problems and recommendations. BMC Public Health, 7(97). DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-7-97.

2. Reber, B., Gower, K., & Robinson, J. (2006).The Internet and litigation public relations. Journal of Public Relations Research, 18(1): 23-44.

 

Robinson, Judy L.

1. Robinson, J. L., and Dodd, J. E. (2006). Case Study: Use of Handheld Computers by University Communications Students. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 2(1), 49-61.

 

Rodgers, Ronald R.

1. Rodgers, R. R. (2011). The social gospel and the news. Journalism & Communication Monographs, 13, 69-134.

2. Rodgers, R.R. (2010) The press, pulpit and public opinion: The clergy’s conferral of power and the concomitant call for a journalism of advocacy in an age of reform. Journal of Media and Religion 9 (1), 1-18.

3. Rodgers, R. R. (2010). The press and public relations through the lens of the periodicals, 1890-1930. Public Relations Review, 36, 50-55.

4. Rodgers, R. R. (2010). “Goodness isn’t news”: The Sheldon edition and the national conversation defining journalism’s responsibility to society. Journalism History, 204-215.

5. Rodgers, R.R. (2008) OhmyNews and its citizen journalists as avatars of a post-modern marketplace of ideas. Journal of Global Mass Communication, 1 (3/4), 271-292.

6. Rodgers, R.R. (2008). Collier’s “criticism of the newspaper press during the Norman Hapgood Years, 1902 to 1913,” American Journalism, 25(4), 7-36.

7. Rodgers, R.R. (2007). Journalism is a loose-jointed thing: A content analysis of Editor & Publisher’s discussion of journalistic conduct prior to the Canons of Journalism, Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 22(1), 1901-1922.

8. Rodgers, R. R. (2007) journalism is dead, long live journalism: Exploring new ways of making meaning in the realm of the connected computer. Explorations in Media Ecology, 6(2), 97-113.

9. Rodgers, R. R. (2007). The problem of journalism: An annotated bibliography of press criticism in Editor & Publisher, 1901-1923. Media History Monographs, 9(2), 1-40.

 

Sutherland, John C.

1. Goodman, J.R., Morris, J.D. & Sutherland, J. C. (2008). Is Beauty a Joy Forever? Young women’s emotional responses to varying types of beautiful advertising models. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 85(1), 147-158.

2. Cheon, H.J., Cho, C.H., & Sutherland, J. (2007). A Meta-analysis of studies on the determinants of standardization and localization of international marketing and advertising strategies, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 19(4), 109-147.

 

Treise, Debbie M.

1. LaVista, J., Treise, D., Dunbar, L., Ritho, J., Hartzema, A. & Lottenberg, R. (accepted). Development and Evaluation of a Patient Empowerment Video to Promote Hydroxyurea Adoption in Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of the National Medical Association.

2. Lewis, N.P., Treise, D., Hus, S.I., Allen, W.L., & Kang, H. (in press). DTC genetic testing companies fail transparency prescriptions. New Genetics and Society. (Accepted June 9, 2011; scheduled for print publication in second edition of 2012.).

3. Park, S. & Treise, D. (in press). Got vaccine? A framing analysis of the newspaper coverage of a measles outbreak. Journal of Health & Mass Communication.

4. Morton, C. R., Kim, H., & Treise, D. (2011). Safe sex after 50 and mature women’s beliefs of sexual health. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 45(3), 372-390

5. Perencevich, E. & Treise, D. (2010). Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus and the Media. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 31(1).

6. Treise, D. & Rausch, P (2007). The prescription pill paradox: Nurse practitioners’ perceptions about direct-to-consumer advertising. Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, 17(2), 35-6.

 

Tripp, Bernell E.

1. Tripp, Bernell E. (2007). William Lloyd Garrison’s ‘Ladies’ Department’: A Public Forum for Black Women Journalists of the 1830s, The Historian, Phi Alpha Theta. 22 pp.

2. Tripp, Bernell E. (2007). Sarah Mapps Douglass, American Journalism, American Journalism Historians Association. 30 pp.

 

Villegas, Jorge

1. Jin, C., & Villegas, J. (2009). Mobile phone users’ behaviors: The motivation factors of the mobile phone users, International Journal of Mobile Marketing, 3 (2), 4-14.

2. Rice, K. G., Choi. C., Zhang, Y., Villegas, J., Ye, H. J., Anderson, D., Nesic A., & Bigler, M. (2009). International student perspectives on graduate advising relationships, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 56(3), 376-391. DOI: 10.1037/a0015905

3. Jin, C.H. & Villegas, J. (2007). The effect of the placement of the product in film: Consumers’ emotional responses to humorous stimuli and prior brand evaluation, Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing, 15(4), 244-255.

4. Jin, C.H., Villegas, J. (2007). Consumer responses to advertising on the internet: The effect of individual difference on ambivalence and avoidance, CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10 (2), 258-266.

 

Walsh-Childers, Kim

1. Walsh-Childers, K.; Lewis, N.P. & Neely, J. (2011). Listeners, not leeches: What Virginia Tech survivors needed from journalists. Journal of Mass Media Ethics. 26, 191-205.

 

Weigold, Michael F.

1. Schlenker, B. R., Weigold, M. F., & Schlenker, K. (2008). What makes a hero? The impact of integrity on admiration and interpersonal judgment. Journal of Personality, 76(2), 323-355.

2. Chamberlin, B.F., Popescu, C., Weigold, M. F., & Laughner N. (2007). Searching for patterns in the laws governing access to records and meetings in the 50 states by using multiple research tools, Journalism of Law and Public Policy, 18(3), 415-441.

 

Zheng, Lu

1. Cheong, Y., Zheng, L. & Kim, K. (forthcoming, 2011). Product global reach, advertising standardization, and cultural values: An analysis of 2008 Beijing Olympic TV commercials. Asian Journal of Communication.

2. Cheong, Y.J., Kim, K.H., & Zheng, L. (2010). Advertising appeals as a reflection of culture: A cross-cultural analysis of food advertising appeals in China and the U.S. Asian Journal of Communication, 20(1), 1-16.