New Research from Maryland

Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication:

Recently published in Health Communication: "Friends Don't Let Friends Smoke: How Storytelling and Social Distance Influence Nonsmokers' Responses to Antismoking Messages," co-authored by Ph.D. student Zexin Ma and Associate Professor Xiaoli Nan.

Recently published in Health Communication: "College Males' Enduring and Novel Health Beliefs about the HPV Vaccine," co-authored by Ph.D. student Samantha Stanley.

Recently published in Rhetoric Society Quarterly: "Moving Rhetorica," co-authored by Assistant Professor Carly Woods. See also "Wonder Woman and Her Influence," co-authored by Woods at the blog Eidolon.

Recently published in Rhetoric Society Quarterly: "Without Touching Upon Suffrage: Gender and Economic Citizenship at the World's Columbian Exposition," by Associate Professor Kristy Maddux (lead essay).

Recently published in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator: "More Than Just a Lack of Uniformity: Exploring the Evolution of Public Relations Master's Programs," co-authored by Professor Elizabeth Toth, Ph.D. alumni Rowena Briones and Hongmei Shen, and others.

 

  

   

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