A collection of published articles from members of the Department of Communication at Kennesaw State University.

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Submissions from 2022

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Royce White, DeMar DeRozan and Media Framing of Mental Health in the NBA, David Cassilo

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Perceived facilitators and barriers to intentions of receiving the COVID-19 vaccines among elderly Chinese adults, Tianen Chen, Minhao Dai, and Shilin Xia

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The Demographic and Psychological Moderators to the Associations Between Geosocial Networking Apps (GSNA) Use and Risky Sexual Behaviors Among US Young Adults, Minhao Dai

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Socio-behavioral factors related to PrEP non-adherence among gay male PrEP users living in California and New York: A behavioral theory informed approach, Minhao Dai and Christopher Calabrese

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It’s about Planning: Understanding Young Millennials’ Intention toward Marriage Using the Theory of Planned Behavior, Minhao Dai and Nicholas Chilson

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Centrist Language, Camouflaged Ideology: Assembled Text-Based Content on Mainstream and Ideological News Podcasts, Marcus Funk and Burton Speakman

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The Role of Telemedicine in Rural Mental Health Care Around the Globe, Lindsey Jo Hand

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Social media and the demotic turn in Africa's media ecology, Farooq A. Kperogi

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COVID-19 and Student Perceptions toward a Swift Shift in Learning Format: Does Experience Make a Difference?, Justin E. Pettigrew and Pauline A. Howes

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How Social Media, FoMO, and Isolation Influence Our Perceptions of Others Who “Break the Rules”, Emily Scheinfeld and Heather L. Voorhees

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Incorporating Ethics in Disaster Communication Strategy: The Case of the U.S. Government in Deepwater Horizon, J. Suzanne Horsley and Amber L. Hutchins

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The Effect of Innovation on the Market Structure of the Media Industry: A Longitudinal Study, Tom Vizcarrondo

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The influences of student- and school-level factors on engineering undergraduate student success outcomes: A multi-level multi-school study, Xi Wang, Minhao Dai, and Robin Mathis

Submissions from 2021

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Mental Health, College Athletics, and the Media Framing of D. J. Carton’s Announcement to Step Away From his Team, David Cassilo and Yannick Kluch

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Mental Health, College Athletics, and the Media Framing of D. J. Carton’s Announcement to Step Away From His Team, David Cassilo and Yannick Kluch

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Do Messages Matter? Investigating the Combined Effects of Framing, Outcome Uncertainty, and Number Format on COVID-19 Vaccination Attitudes and Intention, Tianen Chen, Minhao Dai, Shilin Xia, and Yu Zhou

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Remote Control: A Cultural History, Matthew Corn and Kristen Heflin

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Remote Control: A Cultural History, Matthew Corn and Kristen Heflin

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They Are Just Light Bulbs, Right? The Personality Antecedents of Household Energy-Saving Behavioral Intentions among Young Millennials and Gen Z, Minhao Dai and Tianen Chen

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The need to examine behaviors within “actual” constraints: A systematic review of research using the integrative model of behavioral prediction, Minhao Dai and Nancy Grant Harrington

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The need to examine behaviors within “actual” constraints: A systematic review of research using the integrative model of behavioral prediction, Minhao Dai and Nancy Grant Harrington

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Understanding Beliefs, Intention, and Behavior on Daily PrEP Uptake Among MSM in California and New York, Minhao Dai and Nancy Grant Harrington

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Talking Is Hard: A Mixed-Methods Exploration of Factors Associated with Communication about Mental Health Issues among Black College Students, Minhao Dai and Delani Morgan

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Talking Is Hard: A Mixed-Methods Exploration of Factors Associated with Communication about Mental Health Issues among Black College Students, Minhao Dai and Delani Morgan

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SoundCloud Rap: An investigation of community and consumption models of internet practices, Ian Dunham

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SoundCloud Rap: An investigation of community and consumption models of internet practices, Ian Dunham

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The ‘other’ in the bowels of the hegemon: US media portrayals of Guam during the United States–North Korea tension, Eduard Fabregat and Farooq A. Kperogi

Participatory publics: #NASASocial events and fan engagement, Amber L. Hutchins

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Agendamelding how Americans meld agendas, Milad Minooie

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A world of two agendas Agenda setting sampling, Milad Minooie

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Shame and STIs: An Exploration of Emerging Adult Students' Felt Shame and Stigma towards Getting Tested for and Disclosing Sexually Transmitted Infections, Emily Scheinfeld

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Shame and STIs: An exploration of emerging adult students’ felt shame and stigma towards getting tested for and disclosing sexually transmitted infections, Emily Scheinfeld

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Filling the void: Grieving and healing during a socially isolating global pandemic, Emily Scheinfeld, Kendyl Barney, Katlyn Gangi, Erin C. Nelson, and Catherine C. Sinardi

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Please Scream Inside Your Heart: Compounded Loss and Coping during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Emily Scheinfeld, Katlyn Gangi, Erin C. Nelson, and Catherine C. Sinardi

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A Knight in Sheep’s Clothing: Media Framing of the Alt-Right Can Alter the Image of Racist Groups, Burton Speakman

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A Knight in Sheep’s Clothing: Media Framing of the Alt-Right Can Alter the Image of Racist Groups, Burton Speakman

A virus and viral content: The Vietnam government's use of TikTok for public health messages during the COVID-19 pandemic, Kylie P. Torres

The narrative persuasion interactivity model: Maximizing persuasive storytelling in the interactive age, Amanda J. Weed, Alexandra Beauchamp, and Karen Freberg

Submissions from 2012

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The First Amendment’s Impact on Bloggers: A Legal Perspective, Joshua N. Azriel

Navigate the FERPA Nuisance, Carolyn S. Carlson

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"Which Technology Should I Use To Teach Online?": Online Technology and Communication Course Instruction, Carolyn S. Carlson, Philip J. Aust, Barbara S. Gainey, and Stephen Jake McNeill

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The Use of Social Media: An Exploratory Study of Usage among Digital Natives, David L. Williams, Victoria L. Crittenden, and Paulette McCarty