Lindsey B. Anderson
Ph.D., Purdue University
Dr. Lindsey Anderson broadly studies the intersections of communication, age, and emotion. In particular, she is an interpretive scholar who focuses her work on communication assessments and communication education coupled with organizational processes related to employee age and workplace emotion (e.g., career socialization, training, and mentoring). Lindsey’s research has appeared in multiple outlets including Communication Teacher, Communication Yearbook, Public Relations Review, Management Communication Quarterly, and The Journal of Professional Communication. Drawing from her research interests and background as an Associate Course Director for the basic communication course at Purdue University, Lindsey is currently the Director of the Oral Communication Program for the Department of Communication.
Long, Z., Buzzanell, P. M., Anderson, L. B., Batra, J. C., Wilson, R., & Kokini, K. (2014). Episodic, network and inclusionary mentoring: Taking a communicative perspective on mentoring in academe. Manuscript accepted by Communication Yearbook 38.
Boyd, J., Morgan, M., Ortiz, A. V., & Anderson, L. B. (2014). Taking initiative in the age of assessment. Communication Teacher, 28(2), 117-129. doi: 10.1080/17404622.2013.865771
Anderson, L. B. (2013). How frames present BMW as embracing an aging workforce. Manuscript accepted by Public Relations Review. doi: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2013.02.003