New Research from Maryland

Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication:

Recently published in Health Communication: "Offline Social Relationships and Online Cancer Communication: Effects of Social and Family Support on Online Social Network Building," co-authored by Assistant Professor Kang Namkoong and others.

Recently published in Communication Studies: "When Talking Differences Makes Us Closer: Communicative Dynamics of Group Salience in Intergroup Contact," co-authored by Ph.D. Hsin-Yi Chien and Assistant Professor Anita Atwell Seate.

Recently published in Communication Quarterly: "An Examination of Nurses' Intergenerational Communicative Experiences in the Workplace: Do Nurses Eat Their Young?," co-authored by Assistant Professor Lindsey B. Anderson (lead essay).

Recently published in Health Communication: "Nutrient Content Claims: How They Impact Perceived Healthfulness of Fortified Snack Foods and the Moderating Effects of Nutrition Facts Labels," co-authored by Ph.D. student Irina Iles and Professor Xiaoli Nan.

Recently published in American Behavioral Scientist: "Why Did Khizr Khan's Speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention Go Viral?  Personifying Collective Values in an Epideictic Speech," authored by Research Professor Kathleen Kendall.


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