2018 Author Presentations - National Communication Association Annual Convention

November 1, 2018

BY: Kendall Hunt

Don't miss our full schedule of Kendall Hunt author presentations at the National Communication Association Annual Convention!

Wednesday, November 7th

9:00 AM  - 4:15 PM 
Sally Vogl-Bauer | Blackhawk Technical College
PC02: Sticks and Stones in Bits and Bytes: Collaboration, Application, and Strategies for Preventing Cyberbullying

 

Thursday, November 8th

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
M. Chad McBride | Creighton University
Embracing Undergraduate Students of Today: Adapting to a Different Playing Field

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM
Jeffrey Q. McCune | Washington University
Whitening Intersectionality at Play: A Call for Re-Race(ing) Intercultural Communication

9:30 AM  - 12:15 PM 
Allison R. Thorson - University of San Francisco
SC02: The Play in Teaching Communication Privacy Management Theory: The Fun of Observations and Drama of Regulating Privacy

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Donald H. Alban | Liberty University
Withstanding the Weight of Self-Implication: Self-Reflexive Coherence as a Criterion for Validating Communication Theories and Ideas

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Robert J. Sidelinger | Oakland University
Social Integration and Student Proactivity: Precursors to Increased Academic Integration and Persistence in a First-Year Experience Basic Communication Course

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
Patric R. Spence | University of Central Florida
A Little Goes a Long Way: Serial Transmission of Twitter Content Associated with Hurricane Irma and Implications for Crisis Communication

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Alfred G. Mueller | Neumann University
Playing with problems: Exploring and Overcoming Problems Associated with Problem-based Learning in the Communication Classroom

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM 
Matthew Barton | Southern Utah University
The Dislocating Power of Memes: The Carnivalesque and Kevin Spacey’s Place in the Weinstein Moment

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Christine S. Davis | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Teachers' Office Hours

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
Man versus Storm: CERC, HBM, and Responses to Emergency Messages Concerning Hurricane Sandy

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Erina L. MacGeorge | Penn State University
What Providers Say when Prescribing Antibiotics for Pediatric Ear Infections: Implications for Antibiotic Stewardship

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Amanda Grace McKendree | University of Notre Dame
Playing in a Simulated Environment: The Role of AI in Enhancing Presentation Skills

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Amanda Grace McKendree | University of Notre Dame
Technological Integration and Technologized Talk: Playing with Artificial Intelligence in an Age of Risk

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Jeffrey Q. McCune | Washington University
Evangelical Queerness, Religion, and Healing the Hurt

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Michelle Calka | Manchester University
Womentoring: #MeToo- Telling Our Stories and Victories

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
To Be Spoiled or Not to Be Spoiled? The Role of Choice and Intrinsic Psychological Need Satisfaction in Enjoyment of Spoilers

2:00 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Darrin John Griffin | University of Alabama
Matthew S. McGlone | University of Texas, Austin
SC06: Playing with the Truth: Teaching Courses in Deceptive Communication

2:00 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Thomas R. Flynn | Slippery Rock University
SC15: Playing with Integrated Marketing Communication: Agile Strategies for Teaching Applied Communication in a Digital Era

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas | Georgia Southern University
White Supremacy Keeps on Winning: An Examination of Racial Politics and Practices in the Era of Diversity and Difference

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Helen Acosta | Bakersfield College
When Hashtags are More than Play: #MeToo

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Alan K. Goodboy | West Virginia University
Classroom Storytelling: Using Instructor Narratives to Augment Student Learning, Affect, and Attention

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Pamela D. Hopkins | East Carolina University
“Communication at Play” in the Center and Other Great Ideas For The Center (G.I.F.T.C.)

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Maria Brann | Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Communication at Work, not Play: An Exploratory Study of Self-Identified Heterosexuals' Professional Cross-Sex Friendships

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM
Marian L. Houser | Texas State University
The Play of Communication in Life: Finding the Leadership and Communication of Dr. Steven Beebe in the Writings of C.S. Lewis

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM
David K. Westerman | North Dakota State University
The more role-playing, the more real? How player-avatar interaction/relationships influence presence

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM
Nicholas Zoffel | Sierra College
Playing with our Pedagogy: Engaging in Best Practices when Teaching Veterans

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Dawn O. Braithwaite | University of Nebraska-Lincoln
03. Family Communication Roundtable

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
09. Risk, Crisis, and Strategic Communication Roundtable

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Jeffrey Q. McCune | Washington University
Communication at Play with a Purpose: 50 years of Black Genius—The Black Caucus and African American Music

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
David T. McMahan | Missouri Western State University
A Collaboratory to Define and Describe the Central Core of Our Shared Discipline Continuing the Conversation: A Collaborative Examination and "Playful" Discussion of the History of What Constitutes the Core Functions, Goals, and Processes of Communication, as Critical Inquiry in Higher Education

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Erina L. MacGeorge | Penn State University
Re-Appraising the Optimal Matching Paradigm: Vicarious Emotional Experience and Supportive Communication

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Gary L. Kreps | George Mason University
Exploring parent-children communication about sex and parents’ perceptions about HPV vaccination in China

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Preliminary Results of a Longitudinal Experiment of Cognitive Skill Acquisition in an Online Strategy Boardgame

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Corey Liberman - Marymount Manhattan College
Experiential Learning in Applied Communication

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Nicholas Zoffel | Sierra College
Playing with Ends of the Spectrum: Instructors' use of Humor and Power and Students' Communicating Dissent

 

Friday, November 9th

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Kristen Hark | Liberty University
Cultivating Religious Identity for Personal and Public Good

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Jessica L. Ford | Ohio University
Don't Be a Bench Warmer: Digitizing Activism to Organize

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Ronald Arnett | Duquesne University
Carl Cates | Arkansas State University
Janie Harden Fritz | Duquesne University
Carl Cates | Arkansas State University
Grooming Future State Association Leaders: Writing and Re-Writing the Playbook

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Linda Costigan Lederman | Arizona State University
Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict College Students’ Communication of Affirmative Sexual Consent

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Jeffrey Q. McCune | Washington University
Mapping Black Intersections: The Past, Present, and Future of Black Queer, Trans, and Non-Binary Scholarship

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM
Ralph Gigliotti | Rutgers University
Learning leadership in higher education: Implications for graduate education

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Interventions at Play: Digital Game Design for Health and Welfare Challenges

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Crystal Rae Coel | Murray State University
Do We HAVE to Play Nice? Does the Pathway to Success Mandate a Relationship Between Community Colleges and Four-Year Institutions?

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas | Georgia Southern University
Womentoring: Intersectionality- You keep saying that word-I do not think it means what you think it means

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
Patric R. Spence | University of Central Florida
I’m Scared Now That it is Here: A Sentiment Analysis of Twitter Content across the Lifecycle of Hurricane Irma

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Ralph Gigliotti | Rutgers University
Staying Ahead of the Game: Leadership, Membership, and Organizational Planning

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Darrin John Griffin | University of Alabama
07. Deception, Trust, and Credibility: A Gricean Exploration

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Greg G. Armfield | New Mexico State University
Rhetoric, Identity, and Public Culture

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
Instructional Communication at Play Beyond the Traditional College Classroom

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Mary P. Lahman | Manchester University
At Play with the “Basic” Course: Pitches for Envisioning the Course’s Future

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
Faculty Approaches to Incorporating NCA's LOCs into Assignments and Activities

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
Patric R. Spence | University of Central Florida
We’re in this Together: The Impact of Self-Disclosure on Source Credibility and Risk Message Responses

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ronald Arnett | Duquesne University
Exploring the Ethics and Importance of Ideological Diversity in Communication Studies

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Jake Simmons | Missouri State University
On the Art of Reassemblage: Onto-Materialist Meditations on Extinction

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Marian L. Houser | Texas State University
Expanding the View of Instructional Communication: Alternative Educational Contexts

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Diverse Students’ Attitudes Toward and Knowledge about Undocumented Immigrants in the United States

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Angela Cooke-Jackson | California State University Los Angeles
Advancing a Theory of Memorable Messages

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Darrin John Griffin | University of Alabama
Training the Butterflies to Fly in Formation: Reducing Public Speaking Stressors and Anxiety

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Holly J. Payne | Western Kentucky University
A CCO Approach to Diversity Management: Examining the inter(play) of Contradictions, Tensions and Paradoxes at Southern U

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Christine S. Davis | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The Body Politic: Bodies as Pawns in 21st Century America

2:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Greg G. Armfield | New Mexico State University
Playing Sport and Disability: A Field Trip to the National Ability Center

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM
Sara C. Weintraub | Regis College
Playing with Communication: Exploring the Influence of What Students, Peers, and Bosses Say

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Dawn O. Braithwaite | University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Christine S. Davis | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Gary L. Kreps | George Mason University
Scholars' Office Hours

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM
Jake Simmons | Missouri State University
Public Art in the Great Plains: Stanley Marsh III and The Dynamite Museum

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM
Matthew S. McGlone | University of Texas, Austin
Tailored texts: An application of regulatory fit to text messages designed to reduce high-risk drinking

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM
Darrin John Griffin | University of Alabama
Filing for Justice: Improving the Communication Strategies for SaveFirst
 

 

Saturday, November 10th

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
A-B-C-D-E-F-G, H-I…P!: Implementing High Impact Practices with Integrity at Community Colleges

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Jeffrey Q. McCune | Washington University
Playful Gestures: The Queer Discourse of HIV Belonging

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Ralph Gigliotti | Rutgers University
Guided by Core Values: Adopting Principles of Leadership Communication in Large Group Situations

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Jeffrey Q. McCune | Washington University
Black Panther Power and Play: African Diasporic Performance, Representation, and Community among Black Moviegoers

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
Following the Leader or LEAP Frogging to the Front: Negotiating between National Assessment Tools and the Communication Discipline

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Alan K. Goodboy | West Virginia University
Instructor Self-Disclosure and Third-Party Generated Warrants: Student Perceptions of Professor Social Media Use

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Ronald Arnett | Duquesne University
Dialogic Pragmatics and Complex Objects: Engaging the Life and Work of Gregory Bateson

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Leeanne M. Bell McManus | Stevenson University
Communication at Play in the Classroom: Examining Various Communication Ethics Activities

9:30 AM  - 10:45 PM 
Allison R. Thorson - University of San Francisco
Investigating the Relationships Between Parent’s Apologies, Adult Children’s Cognitive Forgiveness, and Communication of Forgiveness following Parental Infidelity

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM 
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
Patric R. Spence | University of Central Florida
“They Seem to Really Want to Help Even Though I Don’t Know Who They Are:” Exploring the Relationship of Anonymity and Frequency of Helpful Remarks in Newspaper Comment Sections

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM 
Jessica L. Ford | Ohio University
Preparing for the Worst: Addressing Theoretical and Methodological Advances in the Study of Risk and Crises

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM 
Janie Harden Fritz | Duquesne University
Leeanne M. Bell McManus | Stevenson University
Amanda Grace McKendree | University of Notre Dame
Molly Stoltz | Frostburg State University
Teachers on Teaching Series: Honoring the Pedagogy of Janie Harden Fritz

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM 
M. Chad McBride | Creighton University
Expanding the Communicated Sense-Making Model: Men’s Use of Metaphors to Make Sense of their Spouse’s Miscarriage

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ronald Arnett | Duquesne University
Communication Ethics: From Steps to an Ecology of Mind to Ecological Community

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
San Bolkan | California State University Long Beach
Alan K. Goodboy | West Virginia University
Instructor Misbehaviors Impede Students’ Cognitive Learning: Testing the Causal Assumption

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Guowei Jian | Cleveland State University
Using LEGO Playgroups to Address Current Issues and Future Directions in Organizational Communication: Meta-theoretical, Conceptual and Intergenerational Play

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Mary P. Lahman | Manchester University
A Listening Play in Four Acts: A Review of New Listening Scenes and Pedagogies within the Traditional and Online Classroom

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Ronald J. Pelias | Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Autoethnography as/at/in Play

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Maria Brann | Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Tensions and Contradictions in Residents’ Communication about Unexpected Pregnancy Loss

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Marian L. Houser | Texas State University
The Road to Hel(l)icopter Teaching: An Empirical Examination of a New Instructional Communication Construct

12:30 PM  - 1:45 PM 
Sakile K. Camara | California State University Northridge
Black Women and Natural Hair Disruptions: A Quartet Ethnography

2:00 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Christine S. Davis | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Kenneth A. Lachlan | University of Connecticut
Brandy Stamper | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Sayde J. Brais | University of North Carolina at Charlotte
SC20: Straight Talk about Teaching Communication Research Methods

2:00 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Marian L. Houser | Texas State University
SC21: Everyone Teaches: Informing and Improving Instructional Communication Strategies across Learning Contexts

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Guowei Jian | Cleveland State University
Knowing Others is Wisdom": Theorizing Empathic Leadership

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Gary L. Kreps | George Mason University
Pursuing Grant-Funded Research in Communication: Challenges and Opportunities across the Discipline

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Ronald Arnett | Duquesne University
Communication at Play in the Classroom: Theory and Practice of Ludic Pedagogy

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
"Playing with Research as a First-Year Student" - Undergraduate Student Research at Community Colleges

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Alan K. Goodboy | West Virginia University
The Choice is Yours: The Effects of Autonomy-Supportive Instruction on Students’ Learning and Communication

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Leeanne M. Bell McManus | Stevenson University
Hot Topics as Play in the Classroom

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Janie Harden Fritz | Duquesne University
Play as Communicative Learning in October Sky

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
San Bolkan | California State University Long Beach
Darrin John Griffin | University of Alabama
Catch and hold: Instructional interventions and their impact on students’ situational interest, attention, and autonomous motivation

2:00 PM  - 3:15 PM 
Rukhsana Ahmed | University at Albany, SUNY
Understanding the complexities of removing and returning birth to Inuit communities in Northern Canada

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Mary P. Lahman | Manchester University
Can We Do a Better Job of Teaching Listening? A Quantitative and Qualitative Look at Metacognitive Listening Strategies at Play in the Classroom

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
Shawn Wahl | Missouri State University
Sara C. Weintraub | Regis College
Diverse Perspectives on NCA's Learning Outcomes for Communication (LOCs): What We Learned from Our Experiences and Research

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Erina L. MacGeorge | Penn State University
Parental Perceptions of Parent-Provider Communication, Visit Outcomes, and Antibiotic Prescribing for Acute Otitis Media

3:30 PM  - 4:45 PM 
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
David K. Westerman | North Dakota State University
PLAYing Well with Others: Interacting Outside HTCD to Increase the Visibility of HCTD Research

 

Sunday, November 11th

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Jennifer H. Waldeck | Chapman University
Instructional Identities: What Personas Do College Instructors Enact in Teacher/Student Communication?

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Kerry Byrnes-Loinette | Collin College
Student Athletes in the Communication Classroom: Considering the Duality of College “Players”

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Alan K. Goodboy | West Virginia University
Investigating the Relationships Between Family Communication Patterns, Academic Resilience, and Students’ Classroom Communication Behaviors

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Benjamin R. Bates | Ohio University
Driving their own future: An asset-based community development approach to socioeconomic upliftment of Chaquizhca, Ecuador

8:00 AM  - 9:15 AM 
Sakile K. Camara | California State University Northridge
Women Mentoring Women in Academia: Is this Impossible?

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM 
Matthew Barton | Southern Utah University
Revisiting Past Cases of Image Repair Today: U.S. Immediate and Retroactive Apologia Following the 2001 China Spy Plane Incident

9:30 AM  - 10:45
Janie Harden Fritz | Duquesne University
The Importance of Communication Research for Scholarly and Public Conversations about Bullying: Introducing the Routledge Handbook of Communication and Bullying

9:30 AM  - 10:45
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Measurement in Human Communication and Technology: Review, Analysis, and Recommendations

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM
Corey Liberman - Marymount Manhattan College
High Stakes Games: Insiders' Actions and Outsiders' Expectations

9:30 AM  - 10:45 AM
Nicholas Zoffel | Sierra College
Drafting Some Critical Communication Pedagogy Playmakers, Making Some Calls, and Negotiating the Field

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Guowei Jian | Cleveland State University
Wrestling with Institutions, Legitimacy, and Reputations and Identity

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas | Georgia Southern University
African American/Black Communication Research and Pedagogy at Play

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Alan K. Goodboy | West Virginia University
Does Teaching with PowerPoint Increase Students’ Learning? A Meta-Analysis

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Holly J. Payne | Western Kentucky University
Helicopter Parenting as a Function of Family Conformity and Conversation

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Jennifer A. Scarduzio | University of Kentucky
News Stories of Intimate Partner Violence: An Experimental Examination of Media Framing, and Perpetrator Sex in LGBTQ versus Heterosexual Relationships

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
David K. Westerman | North Dakota State University
For a Good Class, E-mail: Technologically-Mediated Outside-of-Class Communication and Instructional Outcomes

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
College Instructors and the Digital Red Pen: An Exploration of the Adoption of Digital Written Feedback Technologies

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Nicholas David Bowman | West Virginia University
Does Teaching with PowerPoint Increase Students’ Learning? A Meta-Analysis

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Benjamin R. Bates | Ohio University
Playing with the Social Construction of Health Narratives

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Mark J. Butland | Austin Community College
Playing with Technology: Understanding the Influence of Technologies in the Classroom

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Allison R. Thorson - University of San Francisco
Life Under their Wing: Antecedents and Consequences of Helicopter Parenting, Overparenting, and Favoritism

11:00 AM  - 12:15 PM
Sakile K. Camara | California State University Northridge
African American/Black Communication Research and Pedagogy at Play