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|Ballard, Dawna||Communication Studies||Mutual influence between time and communication in the workplace; how organizational groups’ experience of time is shaped by the communication constraints that guide their work processes; …|
|Berkelaar, Brenda||Communication Studies||Dr. Berkelaar's research includes her ongoing examination of cybervetting or online screening—the use of online information to assess the expertise and reputation of current and prospective …|
|Bock, Mary||Communication Studies; School of Journalism; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Bock studies the way photojournalists work, how images are used in journalism and mass media to transmit meaning, and how visual journalism might better serve democracy. A related line of her …|
|Brummett, Barry||Communication Studies||Rhetoric and popular culture, media criticism, apocalyptic rhetoric, theories and methods of Kenneth Burke|
|Cherwitz, Richard||Communication Studies; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Argumentation theory; political communication; contemporary rhetoric; philosophy and rhetoric|
|Dailey, Rene||Communication Studies||Interpersonal and family communication; topic avoidance in intimate relationships; how partners’ attachments styles are related to communication in their relationships; how family communication …|
|Daly, John||Communication Studies; Management||Practical ways of bolstering the communication skills of individuals; shyness; personality difference in communication; communication difficulties people experience in their personal and professional …|
|Davis, D||Communication Studies; English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||My work is situated at the intersection of rhetorical theory and continental philosophy. I hold the Kenneth Burke Chair of Rhetoric & Critical Media Philosophy at the European Graduate School in …|
|Donovan-Kicken, Erin||Communication Studies||The ways that people communicatively cope with major life stressors, and the strategic management of sensitive information and difficult conversations, especially pertaining to health and illness. …|
|Gunn, Joshua||Communication Studies||History of rhetoric; rhetorical theory and criticism; theories of popular culture; cultural studies; critical theory; popular music; the role of theological form in popular and unpopular discourse, …|