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Welcome to the Journalism and Mass Communication library guide.  Here you will find information and resources relevant to many areas of mass communication.  Please feel free to contact me with any further questions or suggestions.

Selected Recent Faculty Publications

​Jang, S. M., Geng, T., Li, J., Xia, R., Huang, C., Kim, H., & Tang, J. (2018). A computational approach for examining roots and spreading patterns of fake news: Evolution tree analysisComputers in Human Behavior, 84, 103-113.

Jun, J. & Nan, X (2018). Comparative risk assessment and cessation information seeking among smokeless tobacco users. Addictive Behaviors. 80, 14-21. 

Kim, H., & Kim, S.-H. (2018). Framing marijuana: How U.S. newspapers frame marijuana legalization stories (1995–2014). Preventive Medicine Reports, 11, 196-201.

Wu, L., & Wen, T. J. (2018). Exploring the impact of affect on the effectiveness of comparative versus non-comparative advertisementsInternational Journal of AdvertisingRead»

Wu, L(2018). Understanding how the message appeal of moral beauty influences advertising effectiveness under mortality salienceJournal of Marketing CommunicationsRead» 

Hull, K. (2017). An examination of women’s sports coverage on the Twitter accounts of local television sports broadcastersCommunication & Sport, 5(4), 471-491. 

Mallia, Karen L. (2017). The Creative Career Dilemma. No Wonder Ad Women Are Mad Women. In K. Golombisky and P. Kreshel (Eds.), Feminists, Feminism and Advertising, Vol 1. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman, 117-206.

McKeever, R., McKeever, B.W., Li, J-Y. (2017). Speaking up online: Exploring hostile media perception, health behavior and other antecedents of communicationJournalism & Mass Communication Quarterlydoi: 10.1177/1077699016670121

Pardun, C., McKeever, R., & Bedingfield, S. (2017). Smoke Gets in Their Eyes? Third-Person Effects of Electronic Cigarette AdvertisingJournal of Promotion Management23(5), 708-726.

Coyle, E. & Robinson, E. (2017). Chilling Journalism: Can Newsgathering be Harassment or Stalking?, Communications Law and Policy, 22:1, 65-122, DOI:10.1080/10811680.2017.1250571

Wen, J.T., Sar, S., & Anghelcev, G. (2017). The interaction effects of mood and ad appeals on type of elaboration and advertising effectiveness. Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising, 38(1), 1-13.

Friedman, D. B., Kornegay, V. L., Tanner, A., Bergeron, C. D., Sisson, D. C., Weis, M. A., Patterson, L. L. (2016). Partnering with the public library for healthcare education: An evaluation of Affordable Care Act messages. Public Library Quarterly.

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