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Benson, Thomas W.

Thomas W. Benson. “A Scandal in Academia: Sextext and CRTNET.” Western Journal of Communication 76 (2012): 2-16.

Thomas W. Benson. “The Rhetoric of Civility: Power, Authenticity, and Democracy.” Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric 1 (2011): 22-30.

Thomas W. Benson. “The Rhetoric of Civility: Power, Authenticity, and Democracy.” Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric 1 (2011): 22-30.

Thomas W. Benson. “Look! Rhetoric!” in Lester Olson, Cara Finnegan, and Diane Hope ed., Visual Rhetoric: A Reader. (Sage, 2008). 413-416.

Thomas W. Benson and Brian J. Snee. “The New Political Documentary and the Democratic Prospect.” The Rhetoric of the New Political Documentary, ed. Thomas W. Benson and Brian J. Snee. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2008.

Thomas W. Benson, “Edwin Black’s Cornell University,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 10 (2007): 481-488.

Thomas W. Benson, “Malcolm X,” American Voices, ed. Bernard K. Duffy and Richard W. Leeman (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2005), 449-454.

Thomas W. Benson. Writing JFK: Presidential Rhetoric and the Press in the Bay of Pigs Crisis. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2004.

Thomas W. Benson, “The Cornell School of Rhetoric: Idiom and Institution,” Communication Quarterly 51 (2003): 1-56.

Thomas W. Benson. “Looking for the Public in the Popular: Collective Memory and the Hollywood Blacklist.” David Blakesley, ed. The Terministic Screen: Rhetorical Perspectives on Film. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2003, 129-145.

Browne, Stephen H.

(2010). On the Borders of Memory,” in G. Mitchell Reyes, ed., Public Memory, Race, and Ethnicity(Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publications): 17-32.

(2010). Michael Leff and the Return of the Rhetorical Text. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 13: 679-688.

(2010). Karl Wallace: Between Past and Future. In Mark J. Porrocechio, ed., Reengaging the Prospects of Rhetoric (New York: Routledge): 5-15.

(2009). Close Textual Analysis: Approaches and Appilcations. In James Kuypers, ed., Rhetorical Criticism: Perspectives in Action (New York: Lexington Books): 63-76.

(2009). Arts of Address in Revolutionary America. In Andrea Lundsford, ed., Sage Handbook of Rhetoric (Thousand Oakes, CA: Sage Publications): 230-245.

(2008). Andrew Johnson and the Politics of Character. In Martin J. Medhurst, ed., Before the Rhetorical Presidency (College Station: Texas A&M University Press).194-212.

(2008). Errand into Mercy: Rhetoric, Community, and Moral Identity in John Winthrop’s ‘Modell of Christian Charity.” In James R. Andrews, ed., Colonial Rhetoric and the Sources of American Identity (East Lansing, MI.: Michigan State University Press):-1-37.

(2007): Rhetorical Criticism and the Challenges of Bilateral Argument. Philosophy & Rhetoric 40: 648-651.

(2006). “Letters on Equality of the Sexes.” In Janet Gabler-Hover and Robert Sattlemeyer, eds., American History through Literature, 1820-1870 (Detroit: Charles Scribner’s Sons): 648-651.

(2006). The Plymouth Rock Oration. In Janet Gabler-Hover and Robert Sattelmeyer, eds., American History through Literature, 1820-1870 (Detroit: Charles Scribner’s Sons): 881-883.

(2004). Arendt, Eichmann, and the Politics of Remembrance. In Kendall Phillips, ed., Framing Public Memory (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press): 34-55.

(2004). Edmund Burke’s Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol and the Texture of Prudence. In Robert Hariman, ed., Prudence: Classical Virtue, Postmodern Practice (University Park: Penn State Press): 58-70.

(2003). Jefferson’s First Declaration of Independence: A Summary View of the Rights of British America Revisited. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 89, 235-252.

Dillard, James P.

Dillard, J. P. (2011). Uses of narrative in promoting and countering violent extremism. In A. Chapman & J. Adelman (Eds.), Influencing violent extremist organizations pilot effort: Focus on Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (pp. 262-280). Washington, D.C.: Department of Defense.

Dillard, J. P. (2009). Persuasion. In C. R. Berger, M. Roloff, & D. Roskos-Ewoldsen (Eds.), Handbook of communication science (pp. 203-218). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Dillard, J.P., & Miraldi, L. (2009). Persuasion: Research areas and approaches. In U. Fix, A. Gardt, & J. Knape (Eds.), Rhetoric and stylistics: An international handbook of historical and systematic research (pp. 689-702). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Dillard, J.P. (2008). Goals-plans-action theory of message production: Making influence messages. In L. Baxter & D. Braithewaite (Eds.), Engaging theories of interpersonal communication: Multiple perspectives (pp. 65-76). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Dillard, J. P., & Shen, L. (2006). Self-reports of discrete emotions. In R. A. Reynolds, R. Woods, & J. D. Baker (Eds.). Handbook of research on electronic surveys and measurements (pp.330-333). Hershey, PA. Idea Group.

Shen, L., & Dillard, J. P. (2006). An overview of reactance proneness assessment. In R. A. Reynolds, R. Woods, & J. D. Baker (Eds.). Handbook of research on electronic surveys and measurements (pp. 323-329). Hershey, PA. Idea Group.

Dillard, J.P., & Solomon, D.H. (2005). Measuring the relevance of relational frames: A relational framing theory perspective. In V. Manusov  (Ed.). Beyond words: A sourcebook of methods for measuring nonverbal cues (pp. 325-334). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Dillard, J.P. (2004). The goals-plans-action model of interpersonal influence. In J.S. Seiter & R. Gass (Eds.), Readings in persuasion, social influence, and compliance-gaining (pp. 185-206). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Dillard, J.P., & Marshall, L. (2003). Persuasion as a social skill. In J.O. Greene & B. Burleson (Eds.), The handbook of interaction and communication skill (pp. 479-514). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Eberly, Rosa A.

“Wayne C. Booth.”  Johns Hopkins Encyclopedia of Literary Theory and Criticism.  Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.

“Rhetorics and Roadmaps.”  With Andrea Lunsford and Kirt Wilson.  Introduction to Sage Handbook of Rhetoric. Eds. Andrea Lunsford, Kirt Wilson, Rosa A. Eberly.  Sage, 2008.

“Publics and their Discourses.”  With Kirt Wilson.  Introduction to “Public Discourse” section, Sage Handbook of Rhetoric. Eds. Andrea Lunsford, Kirt Wilson, Rosa A. Eberly.  Sage, 2008.

*“Rhetorics of Public Scholarship: Democracy, Doxa, and the Human Barnyard.”  In Eberly, R. A., and J. Cohen, A Laboratory for Public Scholarship and Democracy.  With Jeremy Cohen.  Special issue of New Directions for Teaching and Learning (Spring 2006). 27-39.

“‘Everywhere You Go, It’s There’: Public Memory and the UT Tower Shootings.” Framing Public Memory, Ed. Kendall R. Phillips. U Alabama P, 2004.

“Plato’s Shibboleth Delineations: Or, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Rhetoric.” Rhetorical Democracy: Discursive Practices of Civic Engagement. Eds. Gerard A. Hauser and Amy Grim. Erlbaum, 2003.

“Deliver Ourselves from Evil.”  Rhetorical Democracy: Discursive Practices of Civic Engagement. Eds. Gerard A. Hauser and Amy Grim. Erlbaum, 2003.

“What Does Rhetorical Theory Do? And Is That a Stupid Question?”  With Gerard A. Hauser.  Review essay and introduction.  Review of Communication, Vol. 3, Number 3, July 2003.

“Classrooms as Protopublic Spaces.”  Blueprint for Public Scholarship. Eds. Jeremy Cohen and Lakshman Yapa. Penn State University, 2003.

Engels, Jeremy

Jeremy Engels, “The Rhetoric of Violence: Sarah Palin’s Response to the Tucson Shooting,” Symploke 20, no. 1-2 (2013), 45-62.

Nathan Crick and Jeremy Engels, “‘The Effort of Reason, and the Adventure of Beauty’: The Aesthetic Rhetoric of Randolph Bourne,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 98, no. 3 (2012), 272-296.

Jeremy Engels, “Demophilia: A Discursive Counter to Demophobia in the Early Republic,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 97 (2011), 131-154 [lead article].

Jeremy Engels, “The Politics of Resentment and the Tyranny of the Minority: Rethinking Victimage for Resentful Times,” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 40 (2010), 303-325 [lead article].

Gregory Goodale and Jeremy Engels, “Black and White: Vestiges of Biracialism in American Discourse,” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 7 (2010), 70-89.

Jeremy Engels, “Uncivil Speech: Invective and the Rhetorics of Democracy in the Early Republic,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 95 (2009), 311-334.

Jeremy Engels, “Friend or Foe?: Naming the Enemy,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 12 (2009), 37-64.

Jeremy Engels and Gregory Goodale, “‘Our Battle Cry Will Be: Remember Jenny McCrea!’: A Précis on the Rhetoric of Revenge,” American Quarterly 61 (2009), 93-112.

Jeremy Engels, “Democratic Alienation,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 11 (2008), 471-481.

Jeremy Engels, “Floating Bombs Encircling Our Shores: Post-9/11 Rhetorics of Piracy and Terrorism,” Cultural Studies—Critical Methodologies 7 (2007), 326-349.

Jeremy Engels, “Disciplining Jefferson: The Man within the Breast and the Rhetorical Norms of Producing Order,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 9 (2006), 411-436.

Jeremy Engels, “‘Equipped for Murder’: The Paxton Boys and ‘the Spirit of Killing all Indians’ in Pennsylvania, 1763-1764,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8 (2005), 355-382 [lead article].

Jeremy Engels, “Reading the Riot Act: Rhetoric, Psychology, and Counter-Revolutionary Discourse in Shays’s Rebellion, 1786-1787,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 91 (2005), 63-88.

Gastil, John

Gastil, J., Fukurai, H., Anderson, K., & Nolan, M. (2013). Seeing is believing: The impact of jury service on attitudes toward legal institutions and the implications for international jury reform. Court Review, 48, 125-130.

Knobloch, K., Gastil, J., Reedy, J., & Walsh, K. C. (2013). Did they deliberate? Applying an evaluative model of democratic deliberation to the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review. Journal of Applied Communication Research.

Felicetti, A., Gastil, J., Hartz-Karp, J., & Carson, L. (2012). Collective identity and voice at the Australian Citizens' Parliament. Journal of Public Deliberation, 8(1).

Gastil, J., Braman, D., Kahan, D., & Slovic, P. (2011). The cultural orientation of mass political opinion. PS: Political Science & Politics, 44, 711-714.

Gastil, J., Bacci, C., & Dollinger, M. (2010). Is deliberation neutral? Exploring patterns of attitude change during “The Deliberative Polls.” Journal of Public Deliberation, 6(2).

Gastil, J., Lingle, C. J., & Deess, E. P. (2010). Deliberation and global criminal justice: Juries in the International Criminal Court. Ethics & International Affairs, 24, 69-90.

Gastil, J., & Xenos, M. (2010). Of attitudes and engagement: Clarifying the reciprocal relationship between civic attitudes and political participation. Journal of Communication, 60, 318-343.

Hartz-Karp, J., Anderson, P., Gastil, J., & Felicetti, A. (2010). The Australian Citizens’ Parliament: Forging shared identity through public deliberation. Journal of Public Affairs, 10, 353-371.

Kahan, D. M., Braman, D., Cohen, G. L., Gastil, J., & Slovic, P. (2010). Who fears the HPV vaccine, who doesn’t, and why? An experimental study of the mechanisms of cultural cognition. Law & Human Behavior, 34: 501-16.

Black, L., Leighter, J., & Gastil, J. (2009). Communicating trust, community, and process in public meetings: A reflection on what close attention to interaction can contribute to the future of public participation. International Journal of Public Participation, 3(2), 143-159.

Wells, C., Reedy, J., Gastil, J., & Lee, C. (2009). Information distortion and voting choices: Assessing the origins and effects of factual beliefs in an initiative election. Political Psychology, 30, 953-969.

Kahan, D. M., Braman, D., Slovic, P., Gastil, J., & Cohen, G. (2008). Cultural cognition of nanotechnology risk-benefit perceptions. Nature Nanotechnology, 4, 87-90.

Gastil, J., & Black, L. (2008). Public deliberation as the organizing principle of political communication research. Journal of Public Deliberation, 4.

Gastil, J., Black, L., Deess, E. P., & Leighter, J. (2008). From group member to democratic citizen: How deliberating with fellow jurors reshapes civic attitudes. Human Communication Research, 34, 137-169.

Gastil, J., Black, L., & Moscovitz, K. (2008). Ideology, attitude change, and deliberation in small face-to-face groups. Political Communication, 25, 23-36.

Gastil, J., Deess, E. P., Weiser, P., & Meade, J. (2008). Jury service and electoral participation: A test of the participation hypothesis. Journal of Politics, 70, 1-16.

Hickerson, A., & Gastil, J. (2008). Assessing the difference critique of deliberation: Gender, emotion, and the jury experience. Communication Theory, 18, 281-303.

Kelshaw, T., & Gastil, J. (2008). When citizens and officeholders meet (Part 2): Variations in the key elements of public meetings. International Journal of Public Participation, 2(1).

Kahan, D., Braman, D., Gastil, J., & Slovic, P. (2007). Culture and identity-protective cognition: Explaining the white-male effect in risk perception. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 4, 465-505.

Kelshaw, T., & Gastil, J. (2007). When citizens and officeholders meet: Variations in the key elements of public meetings. International Journal of Public Participation, 1(2).

Gastil, J., Burkhalter, S., & Black, L. (2007). Do juries deliberate? A study of deliberation, individual difference, and group member satisfaction at a municipal courthouse. Small Group Research, 38, 337-359.

Gastil, J. (2006). How balanced discussion shapes knowledge, public perceptions, and attitudes: A case study of deliberation on the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Journal of Public Deliberation, 2.

Gall, A., & Gastil, J. (2006). The magic of Raymond Burr: How jury orientation prepares citizens for jury service. Court Manager, 21(2), 27-31.

Gastil, J., & Weiser, P. (2006). Jury service as an invitation to citizenship: Assessing the civic value of institutionalized deliberation. Policy Studies Journal, 34, 605-627.

Kahan, D., Slovic, P., Braman, D., & Gastil, J. (2006). Fear of democracy: A cultural evaluation of Sunstein on risk. Harvard Law Review, 119, 1071-1109.

Mansbridge, J. J., Hartz-Karp, J., Amengual, M, & Gastil, J. (2006). Norms of deliberation: An inductive study. Journal of Public Deliberation, 2.

Moy, P., & Gastil, J. (2006). Discussion networks, media use, and deliberative conversation. Political Communication, 23, 443-460.

Sager, K., & Gastil, J. (2006). The origins and consequences of consensus decision making: A test of the social consensus model. Southern Communication Journal, 71, 1-24.

Warnick, B., Xenos, M., Endres, D., & Gastil, J. (2005). Effects of campaign-to-user and text-based interactivity in political candidate campaign websites. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 10(3).

Forehand, M., Gastil, J., & Smith, M. A. (2004). Endorsements as voting cues: Heuristic and systematic processing in initiative elections. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34, 2215-2234.

Gastil, J. (2004). Adult civic education through the National Issues Forums: A study of how adults develop civic skills and dispositions through public deliberation. Adult Education Quarterly, 54, 308-328.

West, M., & Gastil, J. (2004). Deliberation at the margins: Participant accounts of face-to-face public deliberation at the 1999-2000 world trade protests in Seattle and Prague. Qualitative Research Reports, 5, 1-7.

Gouran, Dennis S.

“The Heuristic Value of Work by Significant Figures in Other Disciplines for Scholarship relating to the Role of Communication in Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Groups.” Review of Communication, 12 (2012), 85-99. (Lead Article)

“Leadership as Reasoned Argument in Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Groups.” In Reasoned Argument and Social Change: Selected Papers from The 17th Biennial Conference on Argumentation. Robert C. Rowland (Ed.) Washington, DC: National Communication Association, 2011. 9 pp.

“Overcoming Sources of Irrationality That Complicate Working in Decision-Making Groups. In The Handbook for Working With Difficult Groups. Sandor Schuman (Ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2010. 19 pp.

“Emergent and Evolving Perspectives on Communication in Small Groups.” In A Century of Transformation: Studies in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Eastern Communication Association.  James W. Chesebro (Ed.).  New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. 24 pp.

“Potential Cognitive and Social Influences on Communicative Behavior Implicit in Rational Models of Collective Choice.” In Concerning Argument: Selected Papers from the 15th Biennial Conference on Argumentation.  Scott Jacobs (Ed.). Washington, DC: National Communication Association, 2009. 10 pp.

“Assessment of Students’ Oral Communication Skills:  Do Students and Workplace Supervisors Rely on General Response Patterns?”  In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education. Ashburn, VA: American Society of Engineering Education, 2008. 7 pp. With Mieke Schuurman and Laura A. Pauley. (Second author)

“Collective Wisdom.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (Vol. 2, 2nd ed). William A. Darrity (Ed.). Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. 2 pp. “Group Decision Making, Functional Theory of.” In The International Encyclopedia of Communication (Vol. 5). Wolfgang Donsbach (Ed.). Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008. 4 pp.

“Assessing Students’ Oral Communication Skills.” In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education. Ashburn, VA: American Society for Engineering Education, 2007. 10 pp. With Mieke Schuurman and Laura L. Pauley. (Second author)

“Leadership as Counteractive Influence in Group Decision and Problem-Solving Discussions: The Special Case of Argument.” In Engaging Argument: Selected Papers from the 2005 NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. Patricia Riley (Ed.). Washington, DC: National Communication Association, 2006. 9 pp.

"Facilitating Communication in Group Decision-Making Discussions.” In The IAF Handbook of Group Facilitation. Sandy Schuman (Ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005. 13 pp. With Randy Y. Hirokawa. (First Author)

"Shifting the Frame for Viewing Rational Choice in Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Groups." In Critical Problems in Argumentation: Selected Papers from the Thirteenth NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation. Charles A. Willard (Ed). Washington, DC: National Communication Association, 2005. 9 pp.

"Leadership as the Art of Counteractive Influence in Decision Making and Problem-Solving Groups." In Small Group Communication Theory & Practice: An Anthology (8th ed.). Randy Y. Hirokawa, Robert S. Cathcart, Larry A.  Samovar, and Linda D. Henman (Eds.). Los Angeles: Roxbury, 2003. 12 pp.

“Effective Decision Making and Problem Solving in Groups: A Functional Perspective.” In Small Group Communication Theory & Practice: An Anthology (8th ed.). Randy Y. Hirokawa, Robert S. Cathcart, Larry A. Samovar, and Linda D. Henman (Eds.). Los Angeles: Roxbury, 2003. 12 pp. With Randy Y. Hirokawa. (First Author)

"Communication Skills for Group Decision Making.” In The Handbook of Communication and Interaction Skills. John O. Greene and Brant R. Burleson (Eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2003. 36 pp.

“Reflections on the Type of Question as a Determinant of the Form of Interaction in Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Groups.” Communication Quarterly, 51 (2003), 111-125.

Hecht, Michael L.

Pettigrew, J., Miller-Day, M. A., Hecht, M. L., & Krieger, J. Alcohol and Other Drug Resistance Strategies Employed by Rural Adolescents. Journal of Applied Communication Research. 39, 103-122.

Maeda, E., & Hecht, M. L. (2012). Identity Search: Interpersonal Relationships and Relational Identities of Always-Single Japanese Women over Time. Western Journal of Communication. 76, 44-64.

Pettigrew, J., Miller-Day, M. A., Raup-Krieger, J., & Hecht, M. L. (2012). ). The Rural Context of Illicit Substance Offers: A Study of Appalachian Rural Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Research. [In Press - accepted 2011]

Lee, J. K., Hecht, M. L., Miller-Day, M. A., & Elek, E. (2011). Evaluating mediated perception of narrative health messages: The perception of narrative performance scale. Communication Methods and Measures. 5, 126-145.

Moreland, J., Raup-Krieger, J., Hecht, M. L., & Miller-Day, M. A. The conceptualization and communication of risk among rural Appalachian adolescents. Journal of Health Communication. [In Press - accepted 2011]

Faulkner, S., & Hecht, M. L. (2011). The Negotiation of Closetable Identities: A Narrative Analysis of lesbian, gay, transgendered, queer Jewish Identity. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 28.

Hogan, J. Michael

Hogan, J. Michael and Mark Hlavacik.  2011 Pennsylvania Civic Health Index: Promoting Civic Education and Public Engagement. Philadelphia: The National Constitution Center and the National Conference on Citizenship, 2012.

Hogan, J. Michael. “Rhetoric and Communication Studies as Education for Citizenship.” Communication Currents 6 (April 2011).

Hogan, J. Michael and Sara A. Mehltretter, "Helen Caldicott, 'Stop the Nuclear Madness' (17 April 1986)."  Voices of Democracy 3 (2008): 103-121.

Hogan, J. Michael and Sara A. Mehltretter. "George H.W. Bush, Speech at Penn State (23 September 1992)."  Voices of Democracy 2 (2007): 126-151.

Hogan, J. Michael. "Woodrow Wilson, Pueblo Speech (25 September 1919)."  Voices of Democracy 1 (2006): 59-82.

Hogan, J. Michael and Dave Tell. “Demagoguery and Democratic Deliberation: The Search for Rules of Discursive Engagement,” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 9 (Fall 2006): 479-487.

Hogan, J. Michael and Glen Williams. “The Rusticity and Religiosity of Huey P. Long.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 7 (Summer 2004): 149-171.

Hogan, Lisa S. and J. Michael Hogan. “Feminine Virtue and Practical Wisdom: Elizabeth Cady Stanton's "Our Boys."  Rhetoric and Public Affairs 6 (Fall 2003): 415-435.

Johnstone, Christopher L.

“Sophistical Wisdom:  Politikê Aretê and ‘Logosophia.’”  Philosophy and Rhetoric 39 (2006): 265-89 (lead article).

“‘Speech is a Powerful Lord’:  Speech, Sound, and Enchantment in Greek Oratorical Performance.”  Advances in the History of Rhetoric 8 (2005): 1-20 (lead article).

“Rhetoric, Civic Consciousness, and Civic Conscience: The Invention of Citizenship in Classical Greece.”  Advances in the History of Rhetoric 5 (2001): 1-9 (lead article).

Reprinted in Richard Leo Enos and David E. Beard, eds., Advances in the History of Rhetoric:  The First Six Years.  Parlor Press, 2007.

Kennerly, Michele

Kennerly, Michele. "The Mock Rock Topos." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 43.1 (Winter 2013): 46-70.

Kennerly, Michele. Review of Jeffrey Walker's The Greatest Teachers of This Art: Rhetorical Education in Antiquity. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 42.4 (Fall 2012): 400-404.

Kennerly, Michele. “The Stoic Nature of Early Dramatistic Theory.” Advances in the History of Rhetoric 14.1 (Spring 2011): 33-48.

Kennerly, Michele. “Getting Carried Away: How Rhetorical Transport Gets Judgment Going.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 40.3 (Summer 2010): 269-291.

Kennerly, Michele. “Sermo and Stoic Sociality in Cicero's De Officiis.” Rhetorica 28.2 (Spring 2010): 119-137.

Nussbaum, Jon F.

McManus, T.G. & Nussbaum. J.F. (2011). Social support expectations and strategic    ambiguity in parent-young adult child divorce-related stressor conversations. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 52:4, 244-270.

McManus, T.G. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2011). Ambiguous divorce-related communication, relational closeness, relational satisfaction, and communication satisfaction. Western Journal of Communication, 75, 500-522.

Krieger, J., Parrott, R. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2011). Metaphor use and health literacy: A pilot study of strategies to explain randomization in cancer clinical trials. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 3-16.

Nussbaum, J.F. (2010). Accomplishing the Goals of Health Communication Research: Predictions, accomplishments, and continued efforts. Health Communication, 25, 531-533.

Kaplan, M., Nussbaum, J.F., Becker, J., Fowler, C. & Pitts, M. (2009). Communication barriers to family farm succession planning. Journal of Extension, 47, 1-9.

Nussbaum, J.F. & Fisher, C.L. (2009). A communication model for the competent delivery of Geriatric Medicine. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 28, 190-208.

Pitts, M., Fowler, C., Kaplan, M., Nussbaum, J.F. & Becker, J. (2009). Dialectical tensions underpinning family farm succession planning. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 37, 59-79.

Pitts, M J., Krieger, J.R., Kundrat, A. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2009). Mapping the processes and patterns of family organ donation discussions: Conversational styles and strategies in live discourse. Health Communication, 24, 413-425.

Sparks, L. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2008). Health literacy and cancer communication with older adults. Patient education and counseling, 71, 345-350.

Becker, J.C., Kaplan, M.S., & Nussbaum, J.F. (2007).  Family farm succession planning: Balancing professional responaibility with client needs for help with family relationship issues. San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review, 16, 1-36.

Nussbaum, J.F. (2007). Life span communication and quality of life. Journal of Communication, 57, 1-7.

Pitts, M.J. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2006). Integrating the past and paving the future: Examining and extending the boundaries of language and social psychology research. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 25, 197-202.

Nussbaum, J. F. &  Friedrich, G. (2005). Instructional/developmental communication: Current theory, research and future trends. Journal of Communication, 55, 578-593.

Nussbaum, J.F., Pitts, M.J., Humber, F.N., Krieger, J.R., & Ohs, J.E. (2005). Ageism and ageist language across the life span: Intimate relationships and non-intimate interactions. Journal of Social Issues, 61, 285-303.

Robinson, J.D. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2004). Grounding research and medical education about religion in actual physician-patient interaction: Church attendance, social support, and older adults. Health Communication, 16, 63-86.

Kundrat, A.L. & Nussbaum, J.F. (2003). The impact of invisible illness on identity and contextual age across the life span. Health Communication, 15, 331-347.

Nakonezny, P.A., Rodgers, J.L., & Nussbaum, J.F. (2003). The effect of later life parental divorce on adult child-older parent solidarity: A test of the buffering hypothesis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 33(6), 1153-1178

Nussbaum, J.F., Barringer, D. & Kundrat, A. (2003). Health, communication, and aging: Cancer and older adults. Health Communication, 15, 187-194.

Parrott, Roxanne L.

Dominic, O.G., Lengerich, E.J., Ray, L.A., Parrott, R., Ochoa, J.A., Aumiller, B., Kluhsman, B., Renderos, C., & Dignan, M.M. (2012). Barriers to colorectal cancer screening among Latino adults in Pennsylvania: Results from the Appalachia community cancer network. American Journal of Health Behavior, 36, 153-167.

Parrott, R. (2011). Blogging in a health communication class. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 15, 66-70.

Parrott, R. (2011). Keeping “health” in health communication research and practice. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 39, 92-102.

Krieger, J.L., Parrott, R., & Nussbaum, J.F. (2011). Metaphor use and health literacy: A pilot study of strategies to explain randomization in cancer clinical trials. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 3-16.

Thompson, T., Parrott, R., & Nussbaum, J. (2010). Why is it so difficult to talk about impact? Health Communication, 25, 560-562.

Parrott, R. (2010). What the numbers don’t tell us. Health Communication, 25, 523-524.

Volkman, J., Parrott, R., Hopfer, S., & Lengerich, E. (2010). A national survey of state comprehensive cancer control managers: Implications of geographic information systems. Journal of Cancer Education, 25, 55-60.

Parrott, R., Volkman, J., Lengerich, E., Ghetian, C., Chadwick, A., & Hoper, S. (2010). Community involvement: Use of geographic information systems for comprehensive cancer control. Health Communication, 25, 276-285.

Hopfer, S., Chadwick, A., Parrott, R., Ghetian, C., & Lengerich, E. (2009). Assessment of training needs and preferences for geographic information systems (GIS) mapping in state comprehensive cancer control programs. Health Promotion Practice, 10, 579-587. [Epub ahead of print, April 1, 2008. DOI: 10.1177.1524839907309047.]

Parrott, R., Volkman, J. E., Hillemeier, M. M. Weisman, C. S., Chase, G. A., & Dyer, A. M. (2009). Pregnancy intentions and folic acid supplementation exemplars: Findings from the Central Pennsylvania women’s health study. Journal of Health Communication, 14, 366-383.

Downs, D. S., Feinberg, M., Hillemeier, M. M., Weisman, C. S., Chase, G. A., Chuang , C. H., Parrott, R., & Francis, L. A. (2009). Design of the Central Pennsylvania women’s health study (CePAWHS) strong healthy women intervention: Improving preconceptional health. Maternal & Child Health Journal, 13(1), 18-28.

Hillemeier, M. M., Downs, D. S., Feinberg, M. E., Weisman, C. S., Chuang, C. H., Parrott, R., Velott, D., Francis, L.A., Baker, S. A., Dyer, A., & Chinchilli, V. M. (2008). Improving women’s preconceptional health: Findings from a randomized trial of the “Strong healthy women” intervention in the Central Pennsylvania women’s health study. Women’s Health Issues, 18(6S), S87-S96.

Ghetian, C. B., Parrott, R., Volkman, J. E., & Lengerich, E. J. (2008). Cancer registry policies in the United States and geographic information systems applications in comprehensive cancer control. Health Policy, 87, 185-193.

Parrott, R., Volkman, J., Ghetian, C., Weiner, J., Raup-Krieger, J., & Parrott, J. (2008). Memorable messages about genes and health: Implications for direct-to-consumer marketing of genetics tests and therapies. Health Marketing Quarterly, 25(1), 1-25.

Weisman, C. S., Hillemeier, M. M., Chase, g. A., Misra, D. P., Chuang, C. H., Parrott, R., & Dyer, A. (2008). Women’s perceived control of their birth outcomes in the Central Pennsylvania women’s health study (CePAWHS): Implications for the use of preconception care. Women’s Health Issues, 18(1), 17-25.

Parrott, R. (2008). A multiple discourse approach to health communication: Translational research and ethical practice. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 36, 1-7.

Parrott, R., Hopfer, S., Ghetian, C., & Lengerich, E. (2007). Mapping as a visual health communication tool: Promises and dilemmas. Health Communication, 22, 13-24.

Peterson, A. M., Cline, R. J. W., Foster, T. S., Jones, E. M., Penner, L. A., Parrott, R., Keller, C. M., Naughton, M. C., Taub, J. W., Ruckdeschel, J. C., & Albrecht, T. L. (2007). Parents’ nonverbal immediacy behaviors during painful pediatric oncology procedures: Out of reach and out of touch? Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 31, 79-97.

Krieger, J., Parrott, R., & Afifi, W. (2006). The role of perceived control in alcohol prevention campaigns. Communication Research Reports, 23, 239-249.

Weisman, C. S., Hillemeier, M. M., Chase, G. A., Dyer, A. M., Baker, S., Feinberg, M., Downs, D. S., Parrott, R., Cecil, H. K., Botti, J. J., MacNeill, C., Chuang, C. H., & Yost, B. (2006). Preconceptional health: Risks of adverse pregnancy outcomes by reproductive life stage in the central Pennsylvania women’s health study (CePAWHS). Women’s Health Issues, 16, 216-224.

Silk, K., & Parrott, R. (2006). All or nothing, or maybe a hat?: Farmers’ sun protection behaviors. Health Promotion Practice, 7, 180-185.

Achter, P., Parrott, R., & Silk, K. (2005). African Americans’ opinions about human genetics research. Politics and the Life Sciences, 23, 60-66.

Harris, T., Weiner, J., & Parrott, R. (2005). Human genes and race in the age of ‘The X-files.’ American Journal of Health Studies, 20, 85-91.

Parrott, R., Silk, K., Dillow, M., Krieger, J., Harris, T., & Condit, T. (2005). The development and validation of tools to assess perceptions of genetic discrimination and genetic racism. Journal of the National Medical Association, 97, 980-991.

Parrott, R., Silk, K., Dorgan, K., Condit, C., & Harris, T. (2005). Risk comprehension and judgments of statistical evidentiary appeals: When a picture is not worth a thousand words. Human Communication Research, 31, 423-452.

Silk, K. J., Weiner, J. L., & Parrott, R. (2005). Gene cuisine or Franken-food?: The theory of reasoned action as an audience segmentation strategy for message design. Journal of Health Communication, 10, 751-767.

Weiner, J. L., Silk, K. J., & Parrott, R. (2005). Family communication and genetic health: A research note. The Journal of Family Communication, 5, 313-324.

Bernhardt, J. M., McClain, J., & Parrott, R. (2004). Online health communication about human genetics: Perceptions and preferences of Internet users. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 7, 728-735.

Condit, C., & Parrott, R., (2004). Perceived levels of health risk associated with linguistic descriptors and type of disease. Science Communication, 26, 152-161.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R., Bates, B. R., Bevan, J., & Achter, P. J. (2004). Exploration of the impact of messages about genes and race on lay attitudes. Clinical Genetics, 66, 402-408.

Condit, C. M., Parrott, R., Harris, T. M., Lynch, J., & Dubriwny, T. (2004). The role of ‘genetics’ in popular understandings of race in the United States. Public Understanding of Science, 13, 249-272.

Condit, C. M., Dubriwny, T., Lynch, J., & Parrott, R. (2004). Lay people’s understanding of and preference against the word ‘mutation.’ American Journal of Medical Genetics, 130A, 245-250.

Harris, T., Parrott, R., & Dorgan, K. (2004). Talking about human genetics within religious frameworks. Health Communication, 16(1), 105-116.

Parrott, R. (2004). “Collective amnesia”: The absence of religious faith and spirituality in health communication research and practice. Health Communication, 16(1), 1-5.

Parrott, R. (2004). Emphasizing ‘communication’ in health communication. Journal of Communication, 54, 751-787.

Parrott, R., Silk, K., Weiner, J., Condit, C., Harris, T., & Bernhardt, J. (2004). Deriving lay models of uncertainty about genes’ role in illness causation to guide communication about human genetics. Journal of Communication,  54(1), 105-122.

Parrott, R., Silk, K., Krieger, J. R., Harris, T., & Condit, C. (2004). Behavioral health outcomes associated with religious faith and media exposure about human genetics. Health Communication, 16(1), 29-46.

Robinson, J., Silk, K, Parrott, R., Steiner, C., Morris, S., & Honeycutt, C. (2004). Healthcare providers’ sun-protection promotion and at-risk clients’ skin-cancer-prevention outcomes. Preventive Medicine, 38, 251-257.

Condit, C. M., Condit, D. M., Dubriwny, T., Sefcovic, E., Acosta-Alzura, C., Brown-Givens, S., Dietz, C., & Parrott, R. (2003). Lay understandings of sex/gender and genetics: A methodology that preserves polyvocal coder input. Sex Roles, 49, 557-570.

Dorgan, K.A., Williams, S., Parrott, R., & Harris, T. (2003). Hope and despair in Pandora’s box: Perceiving reproductive reward and risk of genetics technologies and information. Women’s Studies in Communication Journal, 26, 88-117.

Egbert, N., & Parrott, R. (2003). Empathy and social support for the terminally ill: Comparisons between hospice and hospital volunteers. Communication Studies, 54, 18-34.

Parrott, R., & Lemieux, R. (2003). When the worlds of work and wellness collide: the role of familial support on skin cancer control. The Journal of Family Communication, 3, 95-106.

Parrott, R., Silk, K., & Condit, C. (2003). Diversity in lay perceptions of the sources of human traits: Genes, environments, and personal behaviors. Social Science & Medicine, 56, 1099-1109.

Silk, K.J., Parrott, R., & Dillow, M.R. (2003) Using theory to guide formative evaluation of  “Who’s afraid of Franken-food?”: Implications for health message design. Communication Studies, 54, 1-17.

Smith, Rachel A. (since 2010)

Smith, R. A., Greenberg, M., & Parrott, R. L. (in press). Segmenting by risk perceptions: Predicting young adults' genetic-belief profiles with health and opinion-leader covariates. Health Communication.

Smith, R. A., Hernandez, R., & Catona, D. (in press) Investigating Initial Disclosures and Reactions to Unexpected, Positive HPV Diagnosis. Western Journal of Communication.

Parrott, R. L. & Smith, R. A. (in press). Rethinking the role of metaphor use to define scientific terms: What is a gene? Health Communication.

Smith, R. A., & Findeis, J. (2012, online first). Investigating adopter categories for an agricultural innovation in Mozambique with Latent Class Analysis. Journal of Health Communication. DOI:10.1080/10810730.2012.688249

Smith, R. A. (2012). An experimental test of stigma communication features with a hypothetical infectious disease alert. Communication Monographs, 79, 522-538. DOI:10.1080/03637751.2012.723811

Smith, R. A. (2012). Segmenting an audience into the own, the wise, and the normal: A latent class analysis of stigma-related categories. Communication Research Reports, 29, 257-265. DOI: 10.1080/08824096.2012.704599

Barclay, V. C., Smith, R. A., & Findeis, J. L. (2012). Surveillance considerations for malaria elimination. Malaria Journal. DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-11-304 http://www.malariajournal.com/content/11/1/304/abstract [highly accessed]

Smith, R. A. & Baker, M. (2012). HIV stigma and centrality in the community's network in Namibia. AIDS & Behavior, 16, 525-534. PMID:22327408

Smith, R. A., & Parrott, R. (2012). Mental representations of HPV in Appalachia: Gender, semantic network analysis, and knowledge gaps. Journal of Health Psychology, 17, 917-928. Doi: 10.1177/1359105311428534

Smith, R. A. & Lanza, S. (2011). Testing theoretical network classes and HIV-related correlates with Latent Class Analysis. AIDS Care, 23, 1274-1281.. doi:10.1080/09540121.2011.555747. PMCID: PMC3181093

Smith, R. A., Barclay, V.C., & Findeis, J.L. (2011). Investigating preferences for malaria prevention technologies in Mozambique with Latent Class Analysis. Malaria Journal, 10:200 doi:10.1186/1475-2875-10-200. PMCID: PMC3152939

Smith, R. A., Ferrara, M., & Witte, K. (2010). Social sides of health risks: Stigma and collective efficacy in adopting AIDS orphans. In Gary L. Kreps (ed.) Health communication, Volume 3 (Health Risk Communication). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Feeley, T. H., Smith, R. A., Moon, S., & Anker, A. E. (2010). A journal-level Analysis of Health Communication. Health Communication, 25, 516 – 521.

Smith, R. A., & Hipper, T. (2010). Label management: Investigating how confidants encourage the use of communication strategies to avoid stigmatization. Health Communication, 25, 410–422.

Smith, R. A., & Fink, E. L. (2010). Compliance dynamics within a simulated friendship network I: The effects of agency, tactic, and node centrality. Human Communication Research, 36, 232–260.

Solomon, Denise H.

Steuber, K. R., & Solomon, D. H. (in press). Relational uncertainty, partner interference, and privacy boundary turbulence: Explaining spousal discrepancies in infertility disclosures. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.

Priem, J. S., & Solomon, D. H. (2011). Relational uncertainty and cortisol responses to hurtful and supportive messages. Personal Relationships, 18, 198-223.

Steuber, K. R., & Solomon, D. H. (2011). Factors that predict married partners’ disclosures about infertility to social network members. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 39, 250-270.

McLaren, R. M., Priem, J. S., & Solomon, D. H. (2011). Explaining variation in contemporaneous responses to hurt in premarital romantic relationships: A relational turbulence model perspective. Communication Research, 38, 543-564.

McLaren, R. M., & Solomon, D. H. (2010). Applying appraisal theories of emotion to the experience of hurt, II: A diary study of dating partners and friends. Communication Research Reports, 27, 193-206.

Priem, J. S., McLaren, R. M., & Solomon, D. H. (2010). Relational messages, perceptions of hurt, and biological stress reactions to a disconfirming interaction. Communication Research, 37, 48-72.

Priem, J. S., Solomon, D. H., & Steuber, K. R. (2009). Accuracy and bias in perceptions of emotionally supportive communication in marriage. Personal Relationships, 16, 531-552.

Priem, J. S., & Solomon, D. H. (2009). Comforting apprehensive communicators: The effects of reappraisal and distraction on cortisol levels among students in a public speaking class. Communication Studies, 57, 259-281.

Steuber, K. R., & Solomon, D. H. (2008). Relational uncertainty, partner interference, and infertility: A qualitative study of discourse within online forums. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25, 831-855.

Weber, K. M., & Solomon, D. H. (2008). Locating relationship and communication issues among stressors associated with breast cancer. Health Communication, 23, 548-559.

Theiss, J. T., & Solomon, D. H. (2008). Parsing the mechanisms that increase relational intimacy: The effects of uncertainty amount, open communication about uncertainty, and the reduction of uncertainty. Human Communication Research, 34, 625-654.

Solomon, D. H., & Theiss, J. A. (2008). A longitudinal test of the relational turbulence model of romantic relationship development. Personal Relationships,15, 339-357.

McLaren, R. M., & Solomon, D. H. (2008). Appraisals and distancing responses to hurtful messages. Communication Research, 35, 339-357.

Theiss, J. A., & Solomon, D. H. (2007). Communication and the emotional, cognitive, and relational consequences of first sexual encounters in heterosexual dyads. Communication Quarterly, 55, 179-206.

Theiss, J. A., & Solomon, D. H. (2006). Coupling longitudinal data and multi-level modeling to examine the antecedents and consequences of jealousy experiences in romantic relationships: A test of the relational turbulence model. Human Communication Research, 32, 469-503.

Theiss, J. A., & Solomon, D. H. (2006). A relational turbulence model of communication about irritations in romantic relationships. Communication Research, 33, 391-418.

Knobloch, L. K., Solomon, D. H., & Theiss, J. A. (2006). The role of intimacy in the production and perception of relationship talk within courtship. Communication Research, 33, 211-241.

Samp, J. A., & Solomon, D. H. (2005). Toward a theoretical account of goal characteristics in micro-level message features. Communication Monographs, 72, 22-45.

Knobloch, L. K., & Solomon, D. H. (2005). Relational uncertainty and relational information processing: Questions without answers? Communication Research, 32, 349-388.

Solomon, D. H., & Knobloch, L. K. (2004). A model of relational turbulence: The role of intimacy, relational uncertainty, and interference from partners in appraisals of irritations. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 21, 795-816.

Solomon, D. H., Knobloch, L. K., & Fitzpatrick, M. A. (2004). Relational power, marital schema, and decisions to withhold complaints: An investigation of the chilling effect on confrontation in marriage. Communication Studies, 55, 146-167.

Knobloch, L. K., & Solomon, D. H. (2004). Interference and facilitation from partners in the development of interdependence within romantic relationships. Personal Relationships, 11, 115-130.

Knobloch, L., K., & Solomon, D. H. (2003). Manifestations of relationship conceptualizations in conversation. Human Communication Research, 29, 482-515.

Knobloch, L. K., & Solomon, D. H. (2003). Responses to changes in relational uncertainty within dating relationships: Emotions and communication strategies. Communication Studies, 54, 282-305.

Wilson, Kirt H.

Change and Constancy in Reconstruction Civil Rights Rhetoric: A Decade of Congressional Civil Rights Debate, 1866-1875. Forthcoming as a book chapter to appear in the Michigan State Press series on U.S. Public Address. Edited by David Zarefsky and Michael Leff. 62 pgs.

Decorum and the Legacy of Michael Leff. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 13 (2010): 699-705.

Debating the Great Emancipator: Abraham Lincoln and our Public Memory. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 13 (2010): 455-479.

The Racial Contexts of Public Address: Reconstruction Violence as Text and Context. in the Handbook of Rhetoric and Public Address. Edited by Michael Hogan and Shawn J. Parry-Giles. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell Press, 2010. 205-228.

Introduction. In The Sage Handbook of Rhetoric. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Press, 2009, xi-xxix. Co-authored with Andrea Lunsford and Rosa Eberly.

Introduction: The Common Goods of Public Discourse. In The Sage Handbook of Rhetoric. Edited by Andrea Lunsford, Kirt H. Wilson, and Rosa Eberly. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Press, 2009, 423-431. Co-authored with Rosa Eberly.

The Problem with Public Memory: President Benjamin Harrison Confronts the “Southern Question.” In Before the Rhetorical Presidency. Edited by Martin J. Medhurst. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2008, 267-288.

Rhetoric and Race in American Experience: The Promises and Perils of Sentimental Memory. In Sizing Up Rhetoric. Edited by David Zarefsky and Elizabeth Benacka. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, 2008. 20-39.

Interpreting the Discursive Fields of the Montgomery Bus Boycott: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Holt Street Address,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8 (2005): 299-326.

The Politics of Place and Presidential Rhetoric in the United States, 1875-1901.  In Civil Rights Rhetoric and the American Presidency. Edited by James Arnt Aune and Enrique D. Rigsby. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2005, 16-40.

Is There Any Interest in Reconciliation? Rhetoric & Public Affairs 7 (2004): 367-406.

The Racial Politics of Imitation in the Nineteenth Century. Quarterly Journal of Speech 89 (2003): 89-108. Lead Article.

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