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|Walker, Jeffrey||Communication Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical theory, history of rhetoric, ancient rhetoric, rhetoric and poetics, modern rhetoric and literature|
|Vangelisti, Anita||Communication Studies; Human Development and Family Sciences; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Interpersonal communication among family members and between romantic partners; the associations between communication and emotion in the context of close, personal relationships.|
|Treem, Jeffrey||Communication Studies||Dr. Jeffrey W. Treem (Ph.D., Northwestern University) studies the relationship between technology use and social perceptions of expertise, primarily in organizational contexts. This research explores …|
|Stroud, Scott||Communication Studies; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Dr. Scott R. Stroud's current research explores vital topics in communication ethics, criticism, art, persuasion, and democracy. His work in communication ethics focuses on online identity, …|
|Stroud, Natalie||Communication Studies||Political communication; public opinion; media effects; understanding partisan selective exposure, people’s use of media outlets that match their political predispositions.|
|Streeck, Jurgen||Communication Studies; Germanic Studies||Language and culture; interaction theory; visual research; human interaction as a cultural practice; gesture; how symbol systems (especially gesture and language) evolve in interaction; the …|
|Stephens, Keri||Communication Studies||How people use information and communication technologies (ICTs) at work. Dr. Stephens focuses specifically on Combinatorial ICT Use by studying ICT use sequences, simultaneous and multi-tasking ICT …|
|Roberts, Natasha||Communication Studies; Government|
|McGlone, Matthew||Communication Studies||My chief research interests are persuasion, deception, and prejudice in interpersonal communication. In particular, I study the important role of language in all of these processes. My students and …|
|McDivitt, Darren||Communication Studies; Government||Civics Education, Non-Partisan Political Resources, Public Policy, Legislation, Legislative Process|