New Research from Maryland

Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication:

Recently published in Health Communication: "Message Framing, Perceived Susceptibility, and Intentions to Vaccinate Children Against HPV Among African American Parents," co-authored by Associate Professor Xiaoli Nan, Ph.D. alumni Kelly Madden and Adam Richards, and others. 

Also recently published in Health Communication: "Effects of Consideration of Future Consequences and Temporal Framing on Acceptance of the HPV Vaccine Among Young Adults," co-authored by Associate Professor Xiaoli Nan and Ph.D. alumna Jarim Kim.

Also recently published in Communication Research: "Temporal Framing Effects Differ for Narrative Versus Non-Narrative Messages: The Case of Promoting HPV Vaccination," co-authored by Associate Professor Xiaoli Nan and Ph.D. alumna Jarim Kim.


Recently published in the Journal of Intercultural Communication Research: "At War with the Chinese Economic Yellow Peril: Mitt Romney’s 2012 Presidential Campaign Rhetoric," by Assistant Professor Michelle Murray Yang.


Recently published in Communication Monographs: "Facial Similarity Mitigates the Persuasive Effects of Source Bias: An Evolutionary Explanation for Kinship and Susceptibility to Influence," co-authored by Ph.D. alumus Adam Richards and Associate Professor Dale Hample.


Recently published in Communication Monographs: "Stereotype reduction through humor and accommodation during imagined communication with older adults," co-authored by Assistant Professor Nick Joyce.


Recently published in Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies: "Jamming Market Rhetoric in Wisconsin's 2011 Labor Protests," by Ph.D. student Yvonne Slosarski

    

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