Terps@ECA, 2017

Faculty members and graduate students from the Department of Communication will present research and participate in meetings at the 108th annual convention of the Eastern Communication Association, March 29-April 2, 2017, in Boston, Massachusetts. The Eastern Communication Association (ECA) is a professional organization of scholars, teachers, and students of Communication Studies. The ECA was initially established in 1910 and continues as the oldest professional communication association in the United States.


Hsin-Yi Chien, “Social Discourses of the Stigmatization of Interracial/Interethnic Marriage in Taiwan”

Yiwen Dai, “Advancing Research on Relational Boredom: A Dialectical, Communicative, and Dyadic Perspective”

Sreashi Das, “Theorizing About Perceived Relational Mobility Across Cultures: A Psychological Predictor of Communicative Outcome in Interpersonal Relationships”

Kimberly Hannah-Prater, “’Live From New York, ‘ It’s Diversity: Representation of Race on Saturday Night Live

Morgan Hess, “From Crisis Candidate to Crisis President: Economic Rhetoric in 1932 and 2008” (TOP PAPERS in Rhetoric and Public Address)

Kathleen Kendall, Participant on the roundtable, The Obama Watch: Eight Years of Near-Consistent Public Support; “How to Analyze the 2016 Presidential Debates: Revisiting J. Jeffery Auer’s The Counterfeit Debates

Karen E. Lamb, “Is Anyone Listening to Me?” (GIFTS); “Get That Scholarship” (GIFTS)

Rong Ma, “The Dynamic Multidimensional Identity” (TOP PAPERS in Intercultural Communication)

Thomas McCloskey, “Robert Kennedy’s Ethos as Consubstantial Nationalism”; “Interview Battle Royal” (GIFTS)'; Participant in the discussion, The First Hundred Daze: Debating Education Policy through Audience Engagement Online Boundaries: Freedom of Expression beyond Physical Limits

Nora Murphy, “Spiritual Coherence in Lucretia Coffin Mott’s Peace Rhetoric”

Annie-Laurie Nichols, Participant on the roundtable, Kenneth Burke’s Parlor of U.S. Politics: Freedom To… and Freedom From…; “Equipment for Piety-Cracking: Understanding and Resisting the Attitudes of the Internet” (TOP PAPERS in KB Interest Group)

Jade Olson, Participant in the discussion, The First Hundred Daze: Debating Education Policy through Audience Engagement Online Boundaries: Freedom of Expression beyond Physical Limits

Trevor Parry-Giles, Participant on the panel discussion, ECA Distinguished Teaching Fellows: Communicative Freedom in Instructional Contexts

Anita Atwell Seate, “Freedom to Work across the Silos: Moving Theory Forward in Sports Communication”

Kyle Stephan, “Protest through intersectionality: Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales and the Plan del Barrio”; and “Symbol Speaking ‘Smackdown” (GIFTS)

Nathaniel Stoltz, “The Forces of Genre: Media Preferences, Identity, and Reporting Decisions”

Undergraduate Students (Andrew Fukuda, Raymond Thompson, William Columbia, Emily Rodriguez, Joshua Batugo, Fatima Asif, Andrew Johnson, Boxi Chen), “Trends of Islamophobia in the United States”

 

 

 

 

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