Dept. of Communication
This community contains research and publications from the faculty and students of the Department of Communication. The department has several major areas of study, including:
- Communication in cultural contexts
- Communication technologies
- Health communication
- Interpersonal and relational communication
- Media processes and effects
- Organizational and group communication
- Political communication
- Rhetoric and public discourse
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(Springer, 2016-09-01)This is R Code for two applications, TraMineR and Synchrony for conducting sequential synchronization analysis using the sample data
(Springer, 2016-09-01)This is an example dataset to go with Chapter 6 in Pilny and Poole, Group Processes -- Data Driven Computational Approaches
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(2015-12-01)A majority of American adolescents use social network sites. Many adolescents access these sites multiple times a day. On these sites, adolescents engage in self-presentation by creating and managing personal profiles ...
(2015-07-09)The portrayal of race in news media has received much attention over the past few decades by scholars. Despite this, no unifying theoretical approach for analysis has been developed or employed. Further, little attention ...
(2015-06-23)Social movements (SMs) are common, yet complex phenomenon of study, generating eclectic and even conflicting perspectives on what actually constitutes a SM. This notion points towards the need of an inclusive framework ...