Communication Studies kudos

Taylor Cole Miller

Taylor Cole Miller, Communication Studies, authored the article "Rewitched: Retextuality and the Queering of Bewitched" in Camera Obscura published on Dec. 1 by Duke University Press.

Submitted on: Dec. 10, 2021

Sara Docan-Morgan

Sara Docan-Morgan, Communication Studies, authored the article "Discursive struggles in "real" families: Korean adoptees, adoptive parents, and birth family reunions" in Family Relations-Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Science published this fall by Wiley Publishing.

Submitted on: Dec. 10, 2021

Tony Docan-Morgan

Tony Docan-Morgan, Communication Studies, co-authored the article "Unpacking variation in lie prevalence: Prolific liars, bad lie days, or both?" in Communication Monographs published on Oct. 10 by Taylor & Francis (Routledge).

Submitted on: Oct. 12, 2021

Jennifer Butler Modaff

Jennifer Butler Modaff, Communication Studies, co-authored the case study "Pervasive sexual harassment at McDonald's: A timeline of struggles to "do the right thing." The case was published in volume 5 (2021) of the International Journal of Instructional Cases.

Submitted on: Sept. 10, 2021

Daniel Modaff and Jennifer Butler Modaff

Daniel Modaff and Jennifer Butler Modaff, both Communication Studies, co-authored the textbook "Organizational Communication: Foundations, Challenges, and Misunderstandings. " and was accepted for publication by Cognella. This is the 5th edition of the textbook and will be available in 2022. 

Submitted on: Sept. 10, 2021