New Research from Maryland

Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication

Recently published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture: "Perceived Media Influence, Mental Illness, and Responses to News Coverage of a Mass Shooting," co-authored by Assistant Professor Anita Atwell Seate.

Also recently published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture: "Sports Fans and Sci-Fi Fanatics: The Social Stigma of Popular Media Fandom," co-authored by Assistant Professor Anita Atwell Seate.


Recently published in Public Relations Review: "Changing the Story of Retirement: How AARP Utilizes a Strategic Narrative to Advocate for the Aging Workforce," by Assistant Professor Lindsey Anderson.

Also recently published in the Electronic Journal of Communication: "Compartmentalizing Feelings: Examining the Role of Workplace Emotions in the Mentoring Experiences of Underrepresented Women Faculty," co-authored by Assistant Professor Lindsey Anderson.


Recently published in the Journal of Intercultural Communication Research: "Orientations to Interpersonal Arguing in the United Arab Emirates, with Comparisons to the United States, China, and India," co-authord by Associate Professor Dale Hample.


Recently published in Celebrity Studies: "From Tweets to Movements: Celebrity Power and the Modern Police State," by Ph.D. student Will Howell and Professor Trevor Parry-Giles.


    

From left to right: Atwell Seate, Anderson, Hample, Howell, Parry-Giles

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