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Journal of Applied Communication Research

"The Journal of Applied Communication Research" is a journal that publishes communication research that has broader applications in practical contexts.

Zhu, X., Smith, R. A., & Parrott, R. L. (in press). Living with a rare health condition: The influence of a support community and public stigma on communication, stress, and available support. Journal of Applied Communication Research. 

MacGeorge, E. , Caldes, E., Smith, R. A., Hackman, N., & San Jose, A. (2017). Reducing unwarranted antibiotic use for pediatric otitis media: The influence of healthcare providers explanation and instruction on caregivers compliance with "watchful waiting" advice. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 45, 333-345.

Zhu, X., Smith, R. A., & Parrott, R. L. (2017). Living with a rare health condition: The influence of a support community and public stigma on communication, stress, and available support. Journal of Applied Communication, 45, 175-198.

Knobloch, K. R., 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, 41(2), 105-125. doi: 10.1080/00909882.2012.760746


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