New Research from Maryland

Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication:

Recently published in the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication: "Crossing the Communication Divide: Intergroup Contact and the Desire to Learn the Outgroup's Language," co-authored by Assistant Professor Nick Joyce.


Recently published in the Quarterly Journal of Speech: "Hillary Clinton's Presidential Campaign Memoirs: A Study in Contrasting Identities," co-authored by Professor & Chair Shawn J. Parry-Giles.


Recently published in Health Communication: "Mapping Sources of Food Safety Information for U.S. Consumers: Findings from a National Survey," co-authored by Associate Professor Xiaoli Nan and Ph.D. alumna Jarim Kim.


Recently published in the Journal of Health Communication: "Comparing Well-Tested Health Literacy Measures for Oral Health: A Pilot Assessment," co-authored by Associate Professor Linda Aldoory.


Recently published in the Quarterly Journal of Speech: "Crafting Character, Moving History: John McCain's Political Identity in the 2008 Presidential Campaign," co-authored by Professor Trevor Parry-Giles and Ph.D. alumnus Michael Steudeman.

    

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