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Works in Communication

2021

Why We Follow Celebrities: An Examination of Parasocial Interaction and Fan Engagement in A Celebrities’ Social Media Pages, Mohammed A. Alasmari
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≥i++ Wayward Self, Space, and Language, Mystie Do, Thu TM Do
Theses and Dissertations

USING DEEP LEARNING-BASED FRAMEWORK FOR CHILD SPEECH EMOTION RECOGNITION, Gerald N. Onwujekwe
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Theorizing #Girlboss Culture: Mediated Neoliberal Feminisms from Influencers to Multi-level Marketing Schemes, Frankie Mastrangelo
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2020

Innovative Phone-in Radio Program for Prisoners Enrolled as Students at Indira Gandhi National Open University, SIVASWAROOP PATHANENI Dr
Journal of Prison Education and Reentry

From the Margins to the Center: Legitimation Strategies from an Alt-Right Case Study, Lauren C. Garcia
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Twitter’s Perceived Impact on Public Opinion: A Survey of National Issues in Saudi Arabia, Abdullah S. Alahmari
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Western Representation on Twitter in Relation to Orientalism and Framing: A Content Analysis of #Saudi Arabia and #Saudis, WEDYAN A. KATTAN
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2019

Motivational Interviewing in a Team-Based Wellness Clinic: Perceptions and Fidelity, Jodi M. Winship
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Always Already Imprisoned: The Panoptic Power of Capitalism in American Literature, 1900-1940, Andrew Spencer
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Trans-inclusive Design, Erin White
VCU Libraries Faculty and Staff Publications

2018

Intergenerational Narratives: The Personal is Professional, Jodi Kushins, Amy B. Snider
International Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education

Escapism: Indulging in Daydreams, Tanruk Pairoj-Boriboon
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WHY KATNISS EVERDEEN IS OUR FAVORITE FEMINIST – AN ANALYSIS OF THE HEROINE OF THE HUNGER GAMES FILM SAGA AND HER RECEPTION BY YOUNG FEMALE SPECTATORS, Paula Talero Álvarez
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Communicating Colorectal Cancer Risk to Average Risk Adults: Examining the Impact on Risk Perceptions and Health Behavior Intentions, Carrie A. Miller
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In Media Res, Christopher Andrew Sisk
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Submission or Subversion: Women with Shaved Hair in Media, Thea Cheuk
Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship

Consuming Digital Debris in the Plasticene, Stephen R. Parks
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Orthodontists’ and patients’ preferences in website design in the selection of an orthodontic practice: a comparative study, Taylor R. Brown
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Framing and Visual Type: Effect on Future Zika Vaccine Uptake Intent, Jeanine P.D. Guidry, Kellie E. Carlyle, Jessica G. LaRose, Paul Perrin, Mark Ryan, Marcus Messner, Jay Adams
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture Publications

2017

#MobilePhotoNow: Two Art Worlds, One Hashtag, Jodi Kushins
Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The Institute of New Feelings: Plastic Identities and Imperfect Surfaces, Weijian zhou
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Designing Effective Messages to Promote Future Zika Vaccine Uptake, Jeanine Guidry
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Restoration, Shannon M. Slaight-Brown
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open / close: assimilating immersive spaces in visual communication, Anika Sarin
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Confuciansim and Korean Dramas: How Cultural and Social Proximity, Hybridization of Modernity and Tradition, and Dissimilar Confucian Trajectories Affect Importation Rates of Korean Broadcasting Programs between Japan and China, Brianna Jackson
Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship

A systematic review of weight-related communication trainings for physicians: What do we know and how can we inform future development of training programs?, Jean M. Reading, Morgan Snell, Jessica G. LaRose
Graduate Research Posters

Negotiating Desire: Resisting, Reimagining and Reinscribing Normalized Sexuality and Gender in Fan Fiction, Charity A. Fowler
Theses and Dissertations

Nuclear engineering program marks 10th anniversary, Rebecca Jones
The Scope

The Scope, The Scope
The Scope

2016

The Future of Arabic Music: No sound without silence, Nesma Magdy Khodier VCUQ
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The Role of Patient and Physician in Establishing Patient-Physician Communication in the In-Patient Environment, Tamanna Sahni
Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship

EXPLORING VISUAL PREVENTION: DEVELOPING INFOGRAPHICS AS EFFECTIVE CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN, Candace P. Parrish
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A Mapping System as a Method in Experiential Culture Learning and Engagement, Faisal Mohammad
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Can Student-Built GSAs Provide Positive Development for LGBT Youth in High Schools? A Review of Literature, Beau Coggsdale
Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship

From Me to You, Isabel Lee
Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship

An advocate for minorities in science, Paige Bellamy
The Scope

Various tests induce, then measure, stress, Malik Hall
The Scope

Glove’s a perfect fit for patients with Raynaud’s disease, Riley Murtagh
The Scope

Researchers head south to study mangroves and birds, Joe Johnson
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Exploring links between diabetes and depression, Kirby Farineau
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Songbird’s Winter Grounds Face Environmental Threats, Kirby Farineau
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International health workers spend year at VCU, Vanessa Gleiser
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How do police brutality videos affect us?, Joseph Forcier
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Perseverance pays off for Ph.D. student, Jacob Jaminet
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Professor studies invasive species in Africa, Nicole Nelson
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Why can’t they all be best in class?, Malik Hall
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How a baby’s brief life had a ‘positive impact’, Shawn Scornaienchi
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Researcher honored for ‘Outstanding Early Career’, Chris Rubis
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E-cigarettes may be a clue at crime scenes, Jessica Mayfield
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Reimagining Your Rx, Rebecca Jones
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Project tracks veterans’ brain injuries, Riley Murtagh
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Method may revolutionize athletic training, Shawn Scornaienchi
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Researcher studies nervous system development, Paige Bellamy
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Rice Center focuses on restoring wetlands, Chris Rubis
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Pine trees may shed light on global warming, Nicole Nelson
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A fluffy friend can chase stress away, Jessica Mayfield
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Many college students abuse alcohol and Adderall, Vanessa Gleiser
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Commercial drone research takes off at VCU, Joe Forcier
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Demanding class spurs student to Stanford, Jacob Jaminet
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Vaginal probiotic may help in pregnancy, Ryan Carstons
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Study may reform police training methods, Joe Johnson
The Scope

A wonder drug against cancer, HIV and other diseases?, Ryan Carstons
The Scope

2015

Expanding Eco-Visualization: Sculpting Corn Production, Jennifer E. Figg
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Publicity and Prejudice: The New York World’s Exposé of 1921 and the History of the Second Ku Klux Klan, John T. Kneebone
History Publications

A MEASURE OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN TEAM-BASED, MULTIPLAYER ONLINE GAMES: THE SOCIALITY IN MULTIPLAYER ONLINE GAMES SCALE (SMOG), Chelsea M. Hughes
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Impact of E-cigarettes on Physician Recommendations of Tobacco Use Cessation Pharmacotherapy, Omar El Shahawy
Theses and Dissertations

Indie Rock and Mainstream Pop are Thematically, Instrumentally, and Structurally Analogous, Sean D. Pritchard
Undergraduate Research Posters

Can you spare 2 hours? Target your audience with customized e-news, Bettina Peacemaker, Patricia D. Sobczak, Martha Roseberry, Sue Robinson
VCU Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

2014

Characteristics of Effective Communication About Mental Health in an African American Urban Community: A Qualitative Analysis, Jeannette Porter
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Diversity Project: Poster Series Connects Core Values to Library Materials and Expertise, Bettina Peacemaker, Sue Robinson, Marilyn Scott
VCU Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

Visualization, Viewer and Emotion: An Empirical Study of Cognition and Affective Responses to Infographics Used for Crisis Communication, Sean M. Stewart
Theses and Dissertations

Green Grass, High Cotton: Reflections on the Evolution of the Journal of Advertising, Leonard N. Reid
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture Presentations

Bitcoinsanity 1: The (Ir)relevance of Finance, or, It’s (Not) Different This Time, David Golumbia
English Publications

2013

Bitcoin Will Eat Itself: More Contradictions of (Digital) Libertarianism, David Golumbia
English Publications

2005

Walking in Step to the Future: Views of Journalism Education by Practitioners and Educators, Ernest F. Martin, Debora Wenger, Paula Otto, Jeff C. South
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture Presentations

2004

Walking in Step to the Future: Views of Journalism Education by Practitioners and Educators, Ernest F. Martin, Debora Wenger, Jeff C. South, Paula Otto
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture Presentations

Scene of the Crime: The Study and Practice of Local Television Crime Coverage from the mid-1990s to the Present, Debora Wenger, Jeff C. South
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture Presentations

2001

Black and White: A Historical Examination of Lynching Coverage and Editorial Impact in Select Virginia Newspapers, James E. Hall
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Civic Journalism in the 2000 U.S. Senate Race in Virginia, David Kennamer, Jeff C. South
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture Presentations

1994

ADVERTISING BUDGET REDUCTION IMPACTS ON EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION: A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS : Evaluation of Virginia State Parks 1994 Advertising Campaign, Lois Ann delBueno
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1989

A Critical Analysis of CBS Evening News Coverage of Two U.S.-U.S.S.R. Summit Meetings: Vienna 1979 and Geneva 1985, James M. Ellis Jr.
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