Recent Publications

Proferes, N., & Summers, E. (2019). Algorithms and agenda-setting in Wikileaks’ #PodestaEmails Release. Information, Communication & Society. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2019.1626469

Dragojevic, M., Tatum, N. T., Beck, A-C., & McAninch, K. (in press). Effects of accent strength expectancy violations on language attitudes. Communication Studies.

Frisby, B. N., Kaufmann, R., & Beck, A. (accepted). Mediated group development and dynamics: An examination of video chatting, Twitter, and Facebook. Communication Teacher.

Kaufmann, R. & Frisby, B. N. (accepted). Dimensions of instructor disclosure as predictors of perceived instructor caring and relevance: Implications for rhetorical and relational goals of instruction. Communication Research Reports.

Strawser, M. G., Frisby, B. N., & Kaufmann, R. (accepted). Universal adaptation: Examining accessibility in the basic course. Basic Course Annual.

Sutton, J., & Kaufmann, R. (in press). Designing imminent threat messages for an unfamiliar hazard. Communication Teacher.

Kaufmann, R., & Buckner, M. M. (accepted). Revisiting ‘power in the classroom’: Exploring online learning and motivation to study course content. Interactive Learning Environments. doi: 10.1080/10494820.2018.1481104

Lin, X., Kaufmann, R., Spence, P. R., & Lachlan, K. A. (in press). Agency cues in online comments: Exploring their relationship with anonymity and frequency of helpful posts. Southern Communication Journal. doi: 10.1080/1041794X.2019.1584828

Oltmann, S. M., Knox, E.J.M., Peterson, C., & Musgrave, S. (Accepted). Using open records laws to conduct research. Library & Information Science Research.

Oltmann, S. M. (Accepted). ‘They kind of rely on the library’: School librarians serving LGBT students. Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults.