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Submissions from 2015

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Washington Confidential: a Double Standard Gives Way to the People's Right to Know, Gwyneth Mellinger

Submissions from 2014

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Power to the People? Emotional Components of Media Power, Mobile ICTs, and their Potential to Alter Individual-Media Dependency Relations, Wendy Maxian

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Photo Op: Natural Disasters and Public Relations, Thomas Wagner

Teaching Notes, Thomas Wagner

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Who's Press Release Is It Anyway?, Thomas Wagner

Submissions from 2013

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Brand Love Is in the Heart: Physiological Responding to Advertised Brands, Wendy Maxian, Samuel D. Bradley, Wesley Wise, and Elizabeth N. Toulouse

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Chasing Newsroom Diversity: From Jim Crow to Affirmative Action, Gwyneth Mellinger

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From the Last Frontier to the New Cosmopolitan: a History of Casino Public Relations in Las Vegas, Jessalynn R. Strauss

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The Effects of Speaker Eye Contact and Gender on Receiver's Assessments of the Speaker and Speech, Thomas Wagner

Submissions from 2012

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Breaking News: Romance Controversy in the Workplace, Thomas Wagner, Anne Baker, Jenna Giorgione, and Laura Wallace

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Fear Associated with Blood and Organ Donation: an Explication of Fright and Anxiety, Thomas Wagner and Chris Manolis

Submissions from 2011

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Friend, Foe, or Freeloader? Cooperation and Competition Between Newspapers and Radio in the Early 1920s, Randall Patnode

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Going Places: Mobility, Domesticity, and the Portrayal of Television in New Yorker Cartoons, 1945-1959, Randall Patnode

The Missing Signifier: Re-presenting Radio Broadcasting in New Yorker Cartoons, 1925-1945, Randall Patnode

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Capitalizing on the Value in Relationships: a Social Capital-Based Model for Non-Profit Public Relations, Jessalynn R. Strauss

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Public (Relations) Disturbances and Civil Disobedience: Why I Use "The Yes Men Fix the World" to Teach Public Relations Ethics, Jessalynn R. Strauss

Resistance to Persuasion in Committed Romantic Relationships: Reactance Effects of Forewarning and Message Explicitness, Thomas Wagner

Submissions from 2010

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Does Culture Matter? Using Accommodation, Framing, and Hofstede Theories to Predict Chinese Voters' Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Culturally Oriented Online Political Advertising, Gennadi Gevorgyan

Submissions from 2009

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Come On...Have Another Drink!: College Students' Perceptions of Compliance-Gaining Strategies Used for Drinking Alcohol, Thomas Wagner and Narissra Punyanunt-Carter

Submissions from 2008

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Anxieties of the Self: the New York Tribune's Radio Stories and the Fictional Imagination, 1925-1926, Randall Patnode

Submissions from 2007

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Promoting Academic Programs Using Online Videos, Thomas Clark and Julie Stewart

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Teen Perceptions of Disclosure in Buzz Marketing, Tara Anne Michels, Roshan Ahuja, Mary Mazzei Walker, and Mike Weissbuch