FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Communication Studies – May 2022

May 3, 2022

Twenty-three entries from the Department of Communication Studies. Entries include studies of classroom strategies, of the American rights of religious freedom and equal protection, of persuasion research, and of positive communication in leadership.

Bolkan, San (2022). Strategic, applied negotiation. Little Bull.

Bolkan, San, Goodboy, A. K., Shin, M., & Chiasson, R. (in press). Teacher antagonism: Reducing students’ sustained attention through decreased affect toward instructors and diminished motivation to learn. Manuscript in press in Communication Education.

Goodboy, A. K., & Bolkan, San (in press). Moderated effects of partner interdependence on relational turbulence. Manuscript in press in the Western Journal of Communication.  

Goodboy, A. K., Bolkan, San, & Shin, M. (in press). A mixture modeling perspective of relational turbulence theory. Manuscript in press in Communication Monographs.

Goodboy, A. K., Bolkan, San, & Shin, M. (in press). Relational turbulence processes among avoidant and anxious spouses. Manuscript in press in Communication Quarterly

Goodboy, A. K., Bolkan, San, Shin, M., & Chiasson, R. (in press). Affective and interest consequences of lecture misbehaviors for students with mastery goals. Manuscript in press in Communication Education.

Quaack, K. R., Bolkan, San, & Goodboy, A. K. (in press). Interdependence and affective processes in relational turbulence theory. Manuscript in press in Communication Reports

Shin, M., Goodboy A. K., & Bolkan, San (2022). Profiles of doctoral students’ self-determination: Susceptibilities to burnout and dissent. Communication Education, 71, 83-107. 

Bolkan, San (2021). Storytelling in the classroom: Facilitating cognitive interest by promotion attention, structure, and meaningfulness. Communication Reports, 34, 1-13.

Bolkan, San, & Goodboy, A. K. (2021). Negotiating in distributive bargaining scenarios: The effect of sharing one’s alternative. Communication Studies, 72, 720-733.

Bolkan, San, Pedersen, W. C., Stormes, K. N., & Manke, B. (2021). Predicting four-year graduation: Using social cognitive career theory to model the impact of prescriptive advising, unit load, and students’ self-efficacy. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 22, 655-675. 

Griffin, D. J., Arth, Z. W., Hakim, S. D., Britt, B. C., Gilbreath, J., Pike, M. P., Laningham, A. J., Bordbar, F.,Hart, S., & Bolkan, San (2021). Collaborations in communication: Authorship credit allocation via a weighted fractional count procedure. Scientometrics, 126, 4355-4372.

Goodboy, A. K., Bolkan, San, Kromka, S. M., & Knoster, K. C. (2021). Instructional dissent over the course of the semester. Communication Education, 70, 347-364.

Goodboy, A. K., Bolkan, San, Solomon, D. H., & Brisini, K. S. C. (2021). Relational uncertainty within relational turbulence theory: The bifactor exploratory structural equation model. Journal of Communication, 71, 403-430.

Shin, M., & Bolkan, San (2021).  Intellectually stimulating students’ intrinsic motivation: The mediating influence of student engagement, self-efficacy, and student academic support. Communication Education, 70, 146-164.

Kevin A. Johnson and Jennifer Asenas (Eds.). Religious Freedom v. Equal Protection: Clashing American Rights. Peter Lang Publishing. (Forthcoming, June 2022).

Kevin A. Johnson and Jennifer J. Asenas. Book Review of Kelly Park. Just Like Me: When the Pros Played on the Sandlot. Sunbury Press, 2020. NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture. (U of Nebraska Journal). v. 31 (2022, forthcoming).

Jennifer J. Asenas and Kevin A. Johnson. Book Review of Lincoln A. Mitchell. The Giants and Their City: Major League Baseball in San Francisco, 1976-1992. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2021. NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture. (U of Nebraska Journal). v. 30, n. 1/2 (2022).

Kevin A. Johnson. Book Review of Ian Rosenberg. The Fight for Free Speech: Ten Cases That Define Our First Amendment Freedoms. New York: New York University Press, 2021. Political Science Quarterly. (in press).

Valerie Ortega and Kevin A. Johnson. “Big Data Drive: The Rhetoric of Biometric Big Data.” POROI: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetorical Analysis & Invention. 16.1 (2021): Article 6. 

Wigley, C. J., McCroskey, Lynda L., & Rancer, A. S. (2021). Trait argumentativeness as a correlate of bolster and counterargue tendencies in resistance to persuasion research. Communication Research Reports, 38(1), 12-22. Doi.org/10.1080/08824096.2020.1867091.

Jones, C., & Young, Stacy L. (2021). The mother-daughter body image connection: The perceived role of mothers’ thoughts, words, and actions. Journal of Family Communication, 21(2), 118-126. DOI: 10.1080/15267431.2021.1908294.

Biganeh, M., & Young, Stacy L. (2021). Positive communication in leadership: What matters and surprisingly what does not. International Journal of Business Communication, 1-20. doi:10.1177/2329488420987277.