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Communication Yearbook 40

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Elisia L. Cohen





ISBN 9780367737139
Published December 18, 2020 by Routledge
554 Pages

 
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Communication Yearbook 40 completes four decades of publishing state-of-the-discipline literature reviews and essays. In the final Communication Yearbook volume, editor Elisia L. Cohen includes chapters representing international and interdisciplinary scholarship, demonstrating the broad global interests of the International Communication Association. The contents include summaries of communication research programs that represent the most innovative work currently. Emphasizing timely disciplinary concerns and enduring theoretical questions, this volume will be valuable to scholars throughout the communication discipline and beyond.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents





Editor’s Introduction



Elisia L. Cohen





PART I



Media Framing, Structure, and Reception









  1. How long do news framing effects last? A systematic review of longitudinal studies




  2. Sophie Lecheler and Claes H. de Vreese







  3. Unpacking engagement: Convergence and divergence in transportation and identification




  4. Nurit Tal-Or and Jonathan Cohen







  5. Connected television: Media convergence, industry structure and corporate strategies




  6. Paul Murschetz







  7. Contemporary quality TV: The entertainment experience of complex serial narratives




  8. Daniela M. Schlütz





    PART II



    Personal and Strategic Communication in Social Interactions







  9. Digitizing strength of weak ties: Understanding social network relationships through online discourse analysis




  10. Marya L. Doerfel and Patricia J. Moore







  11. Strategically mean: Extending the study of relational aggression in communication




  12. Carrie Anne Platt, Amber N. W. Raile, and Ann Burnett







  13. Social support and computer-mediated communication: A state-of-the-art review and agenda for future research




  14. Stephen A. Rains and Kevin B. Wright







  15. Advice: Expanding the communication paradigm




  16. Erina L. MacGeorge, Bo Feng, and Lisa M. Guntzviller





    PART III



    Place, Boundaries, and Exchange in Organizational Communication







  17. Organizational space and place beyond container or construction: Exploring workspace in the communicative constitution of organizations




  18. Elizabeth D. Wilhoit







  19. Exploring the effects of workplace health promotions: A critical examination of a familiar organizational practice




  20. Jessica L. Ford & Emily N. Scheinfeld







  21. Newcomer socialization research: The importance and application of multilevel theory and communication




  22. Brian Manata, Vernon D. Miller, Briana N. DeAngelis, and Jihyun Esther Paik







  23. A comprehensive review and communication research agenda of the contextualized workgroup: The evolution and future of leader-member exchange, coworker exchange, and team-member exchange




  24. Leah M. Omilion-Hodges, Jennifer K. Ptacek, and Deirdre H. Zerilli







  25. Mixing methods in organizational communication research: Current state and prospects for advancing knowledge




  26. Elizabeth Carlson, Katherine Cooper, and Andrew Pilny





    PART IV



    Emerging Issues in Communication Research







  27. Communicating energy in a climate (of) crisis




  28. Danielle E. Endres, Brian Cozen, Joshua Trey Barnett, Megan O'Byrne, and Tarla Rai Peterson







  29. Com

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Biography

Elisia L. Cohen earned her Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Southern California, and is Chair of the Department of Communication at the University of Kentucky where she holds the Gifford Blyton Endowed Professorship. She is a Member of the Markey Cancer Center and is the Director of the College of Communication and Information's Health Communication Research Collaborative. At the University of Kentucky, she was awarded the Sarah Bennett Holmes award for her leadership, research, and service. Her research has been supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institutes of Health, and private industry. Her research on public understanding of disease has appeared in such journals as: Health Communication, Health Education and Behavior, Journal of Applied Communication Research, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, Journal of Communication in Healthcare, Journal of Health Communication, Qualitative Health Research, and Prometheus. She is married and has one daughter, Addison Lydia.