Dissertations, Chairs and Graduate Placements by Year

Dissertations, Chairs and Graduate Placements by Year

YearStudentDissertation TitleChairPlacementTitle
2018Rokeshia AshleyAn Examination of Black Women's Health Information Reception and Negotiation in Skin WhiteningYong VolzFlorida International UniversityVisiting Assistant Professor
2018Surin ChungUncertainty Management in Mass Shootings: Antecedents, Appraisals, and Communication BehaviorGlen CameronOhio UniversityAssistant Professor
2018Carlos Cortes-MartinezThe Stereotypical, Mythical and Peace Journalism Representation of Blackness Through News Storytelling Content In "Post-Racial" Times, A Critical Discourse AnalysisTim VosUniversidad de La SabanaProfessor
2018Rachel GrantIn Self Defense: Black Female Journalists' Advocacy During the Cold WarEarnest PerryXavier UniversityAssistant Professor
2018Kimberly KellingThe Battle Within: A Mixed Methods Exploration into Political Journalism and Role StrainRyan ThomasUniversity of Wisconsin-OshkoshAssistant Professor
2018Alejandro MoralesA World in Flux: Journalistic Change in Science JournalismTim Vos
2018T.J. ThomsonIn Front of the Lens: The Expectations, Experiences, and Reactions of Visual Journalism's SubjectsKeith GreenwoodQueensland University of TechnologyLecturer
2017Yang (Alice) ChengThe Model of Contingent Organization-Public Relationship: Reconciling Contingency and Relationship Management TheoryGlen CameronNorth Carolina State UniversityAssistant Professor
2017Marina HendricksJournalism's Next Generation: Socialization of High School JournalistsRyan ThomasSouth Dakota StateInstructor
2017Joy JenkinsUrban Matters: The Convergence and Contrasts of Journalistic Identity, Organizational Identity, and Community Identity at a City MagazineAmanda HinnantUniversity of OxfordPost-Doctoral Fellow
2017Tatsiana KaraliovaIs There Journalism Without Democracy? Normative Role Conceptions and Practices of Journalists in an Autocratic RegimeTim VosButler UniversityAssistant Professor
2017Danielle MyersHealth Communication in the Blogosphere: Rethinking Source and Message Strategies for "Hot Cognition" PublicsGlen CameronKansas State UniversityAssistant Professor
2017Kelli StanfieldPutting Theory to Practice: A Quasi-Experimental Test of a New Model for Experiential Teaching and a Case Study in Broadcast Journalism EducationEsther ThorsonSalisbury UniversityAssistant Professor
2017Giorgi TopouriaA Nation-Branding Perspective on Euro-Atlantic Integration and Online Representation of a Nation-The Case of The Country of GeorgiaFritz CroppUniversity of MissouriAdjunct Instructor
2017Yanfeng WuExamining the Boundaries of Journalism in the Digital Age: An SEM Test of Digital Transition in NewsroomsTim VosUniversity of ToledoAssistant Professor
2016Paula HuntThe American Anti-Slavery Society's Publishing Enterprise and the Invention of Modern Journalism in New York City, 1833-1840Earnest PerryUniversity of MissouriPost-Doctoral Fellow
2016Erika JohnsonProcessing and Persuasion of Youth Risk Behavior via Parasocial Interaction and Health BeliefsGlen CameronCoastal Carolina UniversityLecturer
2016Eunson KwonConsumer's Social Media Advocacy Behaviors of Luxury Brands: An Explanatory FrameworkEsther ThorsonTexas Christian UniversityAssistant Professor
2017Yulia MedvedvaThe Effects of Modality, English Language Proficiency, and Length of Stay on Immigrants' Learning From American News About PoliticsGlenn LeshnerZayed UniversityInstructor
2016Mildred PerreaultLocal Journalism Beyond the Command Post: Journalists as Strategic Communicators, and Citizen Stakehodlers in Natural Disaster RecoveryRyan ThomasAppalachian State UniversityResearch Associate Professor
2016Frank RussellSilicon Valley and the New Gatekeepers: An Institutional View of Journalism, Technology, and Social Sharing of NewsTim VosCalifornia State University, FullertonAssistant Professor
2016Roma SubramanianInvestigating the Potential of Visual Narratives to Reduce Mental Illness StigmaAmanda HinnantUniversity of Nebraska OmahaAssistant Professor
2016David WolfgangA Space for the Public: Positioning the Online Commenter in the Field of Professional JournalismTim VosColorado State UniversityAssistant Professor
2015Greg PerreaultSacred Space Evaders: Religious Hegemony in Gaming JournalismTim VosAppalachian StateAssistant Professor
2015Youn-Joo ParkProfessional Networks of U.S. Foreign Correspondents and the Reshaping of Journalistic Norms and PracticesKeith GreenwoodThe Kings College-New YorkAssistant Professor
2015Eunjin (Anna) KimThe Why and How of Narrative Advertising: An Integrated Process FrameworkEsther ThorsonSouthern MethodistAssistant Professor
2015Kyung Jung HanStrategies for Tailored Messages: Interaction of Personal Value Orientation and Freedom Threat for Chronic Diseases Management and Behavior ChangesGlen CameronUniversity of AkronVisiting Assistant Professor
2015Teri FinnemanFrom "Lunatic" Woodhull to "Polarizing" Palin: A Historical-Diachronic Media Discourse Analysis of Women Political PioneersYong VolzSouth Dakota StateAssistant Professor
2015Rachel DavisDifferences in Processing of Interactive Infographics on Different Screen Sizes and Interface TypesEsther ThorsonZK AssociatesConsultant
2015Russell ClaytonCue the Disgust: The Effect of Smoking Cues and Disgusting Images in Anti-Tobacco Advertisements on Smokers' and Nicotine-Withdrawn Smokers' Psychophysiological Responses, Smoking Urges, and Intent to Quit SmokingGlenn LeshnerFlorida StateAssistant Professor
2015Manu BhandariCountering the Detrimental Influence of Negative Electronic Word of Mouth on Brands: Effects of Brand Feedback, Stability and Controllability of the Cause of the Problem on Brand Attitudes and Purchase IntentionsShelly RodgersArkansas StateAssistant Professor
2014Heather ShoenbergerRisky Business? Using Heuristic-Systematic Processing Theory To Understand Consumer Data Privacy Concerns (Or Lack Thereof) In An Online Behavioral Advertising ContextEsther ThorsonUniversity of OregonAssistant Professor
2014Alecia SwasyA Little Birdie Told Me: Diffusion and Implementation of the Innovation of Twitter in American Metropolitan NewsroomsYong VolzUniversity of IllinoisProfessor and Sleeman Scholar of Business Journalism
2014Seoyeon HongHow Do You Like This Comment? The Empirical Study of the Persuasive Effect On Online Comments in Crisis Communication ContextGlen CameronWebster UniversityAssistant Professor
2014Eunhae ParkImmune to the Vaccine Rumors: Effects of Inoculation Messages and Tone of Voice on HPV Vaccine ComplianceGlen CameronVirginia Commonwealth UniversityAssistant Professor
2013Ming DaiPresenting the Dragon to the Eagle: Testing the Influence of Message Framing and Valence on Public PerceptionsGlen CameronSoutheastern Oklahoma State UniversityAssistant Professor
2013Rachel YoungUser-Generated Health Content: The Relevance of Perceived Source Similarity, Expert Credibility and Construal Level TheoryGlen CameronUniversity of IowaAssistant Professor
2013Edson TandocWeb Analytics, Social Media, and the Journalistic Doxa: The Impact of Audience Feedback on the Evolving Gatekeeping ProcessTim VosNanyang Technological UniversityAssistant Professor
2013Erin SchausterEnabled and Constrained: The Structuration of Advertising EthicsMargaret DuffyBradley UniversityAssistant Professor
2013Jonathan PetersThe 'Sovereigns of Cyberspace' and State ActionCharles DavisUniversity of DaytonAssistant Professor
2013Julien GorbachCrying in the WildernessBerkley HudsonNichols State University
2013Pat FerrucciPoor Media, Rich Democracy: How Economics and Technology Affect Construction of News ProcessesTim VosBradley UniversityAssistant Professor
2012Damian KostiukSilence: The Reasons Why People May Not CommunicateGlen CameronDivision of Homeland SecurityU.S. Citizen & Immigration Services
2012Karen HoffThe Impact of Free Newspapers on U.S. MarketsEsther ThorsonBoston CollegeSenior Member Research Analyst
2012Chad PainterWrite On: A 50-Year Analysis of the Role of the Alternative Press in Three CitiesLee WilkinsEastern New Mexico UniversityAssistant Professor
2012Adam MakslOn Parents, Peers, Administrators, and Advisers: Developing a System to Understand Self-Censorship of Controversial Topics in the High School PressCharles N. DavisIndiana University SoutheastAssistant Professor
2012Bo Kyung KimProactive Self-Disclosure of Threats: The Effects of Voluntary Disclosure of Corporate Issues on Perceived Organizational Transparency, Credibility, and Perceived Severity of IssuesGlen Cameron and Maria Len-RiosRowan UniversityAssistant Professor
2012You LiConverting Cultural Capital to Economic Capital in the Journalism Field: Content Management in the Newspaper BusinessEsther ThorsonOakland UniversityAssistant Professor
2012Joonghwa LeeConjoint analysis for effective use of online video advertising on video sharing websites.Esther ThorsonMiddle Tennessee State UniversityAssistant Professor
2012Mi JahngBeyond political differences: The influence of exposure to disagreements and the mediating role of emotional responses on selective exposure.Esther ThorsonHope College
2011Hyunjee OhHow the relationship between public health information officers and journalists can affect media agenda-building: A co-orientational approach.Glen CameronHong Kong Baptist UniversityAssistant Professor
2011HyoJung ParkSocial presence and source credibility in blog-mediated crisis communication.Glen CameronLouisiana State UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Mark PoepselThe Mutual Shaping of Technology in a News Establishment: Social Journalism and Organizational ChangeMargaret DuffyLoyola-New Orleans UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Ye WangPromoting Cause Sponsorship on Corporate Websites: Perceived Control of Navigation, Natural Fit, and Created FitShelly RodgersUniversity of Missouri-Kansas CityAssistant Professor
2011Erin WillisEngagement in Online Health Communities: Expressed Attitudes and Self-Efficacy of Arthritis Self-Management BehaviorsShelly RodgersUniversity of MemphisAssistant Professor
2011Saleem AlhabashPlaying their game: Changing American students' attitudes and stereotypes toward Palestinians and Israelis through video game play.Kevin WiseMichigan State UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Seth AshleyIdeology of the Air: Communication Policy and the Public Interest in the United States and Great Britain, 1896-1935Stephanie CraftBoise State UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Jessica FreemanTuning in to hooking up: an analysis of television's influence on thoughts of hook ups and commitment.Kevin WiseWichita State UniversityInstructor
2011Maria GarciaA Tale of Two Multinationals: The BP and Greenpeace 'Go Green' Conflict in an Era of Green CrisisGlen CameronAmerican University in DubaiAssistant Professor
2011JiYeon JeongMediating and moderating factors that affect health journalists' perceptions of conflict issues.Glen CameronHongik UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Hyunmin LeeBreaking down barriers: Utilizing audiovisual and gain-message frames to attenuate psychological reactance and increase source credibility towards strategic health messages.Glen CameronSt. Louis UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Youngah LeeUniversity reputation management: Experimental study of the influence of identity and image on reputation and behavioral intentions.Glen CameronWesleyan Indiana UniversityAssistant Professor
2011Michael MartinezElectronic media access to the courts: Permission denied.Charles N. DavisUniversity of TennesseeAssistant Professor
2010Sun A. ParkProactive environmental risk communication: Multiple publics' evaluation of for-profit corporations' sustainability communication.Glen CameronWest Virginia UniversityAssistant Professor
2010Hye Hyun HongCommunicating Medical Advances in Television Health News: The Influence of a Human Interest Frame on Audiences' Cognitive and Emotional ResponsesGlen Cameron
2010Summer VinsonWhitewashing Southern Living: the sociocultural significance of the 1966 magazine launch in Birmingham, Ala.Earnest Perry
2010Petya EcklerElectronic word of mouth in a smoking cessation context: Attitudinal and behavioral effects of valence, extremity and appeal of consumer product review.Shelly RodgersIowa UniversityAssistant Professor
2010Elizabeth GardnerEase the Resistance: The Role of Narrative and Other-Referencing in Attenuating Psychological Reactance to Persuasive Diabetes MessagesGlenn LeshnerTexas Tech UniversityAssistant Professor
2010Chang Dae HamDual processes in persuasion inference: responses to user-generated advertising.Esther ThorsonIllinois UniversityAssistant Professor
2010Kyle HeimThe Boys on the Blogs: Intermedia Agenda Setting in the 2008 U.S. Presidential CampaignWayne WantaSeton Hall UniversityAssistant Professor
2010Adam HornPertinacious Image: Investigating a Dimension of Image Management in Sports Public RelationsGlen CameronUniversity of Central MissouriAssistant Professor
2010Hyo Jung KimIncreasing the Persuasiveness of Gain vs. Loss Framing: The Effects of Gender and Fear Arousal on Processing Gain vs. Loss-Framed Breast Cancer Screening MessagesGlen CameronNanyang Technological UniversityAssistant Professor
2010Anastasia KononovaThe effects of stereotypical depictions of African Americans in Web-based news stories presented in conditions with different levels of distraction.Glenn LeshnerAmerican University of KuwaitAssistant Professor
2010Jeff Pe-AguirreGames of Information: Informational and Normative Influences of Media Structures on the Likelihood of Militarized Interstate DisputesGlen CameronUniversity of Central ArkansasAssistant Professor