This series brings together groups of emerging scholars to tackle important interdisciplinary themes that demand new scholarly attention and reach broadly across the communication field’s existing courses. Each volume stakes out a key area, presents original findings, and considers the long-range implications of its "new agenda."
Conservative Political Communication How Right-Wing Media and Messaging (Re)Made American Politics
New Media in Times of Crisis
Work Pressures New Agendas in Communication
Networked China: Global Dynamics of Digital Media and Civic Engagement New Agendas in Communication
Sports and Identity New Agendas in Communication
Edited By Sharon E. Jarvis
April 15, 2021
Conservative Political Communication examines the evolution of appeals, media, and tactics in right-wing media and political communication, tracking trends and shifts from the early days of contemporary conservatism in the 1950s to the Trump administration. The chapters in this edited volume ...
Edited By Keri K. Stephens
May 21, 2019
New Media in Times of Crisis provides an interdisciplinary look at research focused around how people organize during crises. Contributors examine the latest practices for communicating during crises, including evacuation practices, workplace safety challenges, crisis social media usage, and ...
Edited By Natalie Jomini Stroud, Shannon McGregor
November 21, 2018
Big data raise major research possibilities for political communication scholars who are interested in how citizens, elites, and journalists interact. With the availability of social media data, academics can observe, on a large scale, how people talk about politics. The opportunity to study ...
Edited By Dawna Ballard, Matthew McGlone
December 13, 2016
Work Pressures fills the void of research on the nature of pressures on individuals in the workplace. It offers a broad view of how work pressures can compromise the performance and vitality of individuals and their organizations. The contributions to this volume not only confirm communication’s ...
Edited By Anthony Dudo, LeeAnn Kahlor
July 19, 2016
The focus of this book is Strategic Communication. Communication can be defined as strategic if its development and/or dissemination is driven by an expected outcome. These outcomes can be attitudinal, behavioral, persuasive or knowledge-related; they can lead to change or engagement, or they can ...
Edited By Homero Gil de Zuniga Navajas
November 04, 2014
This volume contributes to the extant and prolific New Agendas in Communication Series from one of the most salient perspectives within the field of Communication: New Technologies and Civic Engagement. The impact of the Internet and other technological advances are constantly referred to at most...
Edited By Wenhong Chen, Stephen D. Reese
May 19, 2015
The Internet and digital media have become conduits and locales where millions of Chinese share information and engage in creative expression and social participation. This book takes a cutting-edge look at the impacts and implications of an increasingly networked China. Eleven chapters cover the ...
Edited By Barry Brummett, Andrew Ishak
December 09, 2013
This volume of essays examines the ways in which sports have become a means for the communication of social identity in the United States. The essays included here explore the question, How is identity engaged in the performance and spectatorship of sports? Defining sports as the whole range of ...
Edited By Karin Wilkins, Joe Straubhaar, Shanti Kumar
August 16, 2013
This volume interrogates what "global" means in the context of "communication," and who benefits from global communication practices and industries. Emerging scholars contribute their unique perspectives in communication scholarship, charting innovative directions for research that connects ...
Edited By Minette Drumwright
August 13, 2013
Dynamic, rapid, and radical changes are transforming the communication professions, provoking major implications for ethics. Traditional boundaries blur as media converge; relentless competitive pressures cause some forms of communication to atrophy and permit others to explode; and technological ...
Edited By Thomas J. Johnson
July 17, 2013
This volume explores agenda-setting theory in light of changes in the media environment in the 21st century. In the decades since the original Chapel Hill study that launched agenda-setting research, the theory has attracted the interest of scholars worldwide. Agenda Setting in a 2.0 World features...
Edited By Dominic L Lasorsa, America Rodriguez
April 05, 2013
Identity and Communication offers an innovative take on traditional topics of intercultural communication while promoting new ideas and progressive theories.With essays by emerging voices in identity communication, volume contributors discuss the ways that racial, cultural, and gender identities ...