Faculty and graduate students affiliated with the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism are presenting research at the upcoming International Communication Association conference in Seattle, May 22-26, 2014.
These presentations focus on environmental journalism or environmental communication:
- Besley, J., Oh, H., Khan, M. L. (Ph.D student), Chen, L. (2014). Does Being a Jerk Work: Testing the Impact of Aggressive Communication in the Context of Health and Environmental Risk
- Takahashi, B., Edwards, G. (Brown University), Roberts, T. (Brown University), Duan, R. (Master student) (2014). Exploring the Use of Online Collaborative Platforms for Climate Change Policy and Public Engagement
- Takahashi, B., Huang, K. (Ph.D student), Fico, F., Poulson, D. (2014). Climate Change in Great Lakes Region Newspapers: A Study of the Use of Expert Sources
- Takahashi, B., Pinto, J. (Florida International University), Vigon, M. (Florida International University), Chavez, M. (2014). El Ambiente y Las Noticias: Understanding U.S. Spanish Language Newsrooms’ Coverage of Environmental Issues
MSU faculty and graduate students presenting research in other areas of communication:
- Alhabash, Baek, Cunningham, C. (Ph.D student), & Hagerstrom (2014. Anti-Cyberbullying Civic Participation: Effects of Virality, Arousal Level, and Commenting Behavior for YouTube Videos on Civic Behavioral Intentions
- Boster, F., DeAngelis, B., Clare, D., Cruz, S. (Ph.D student), & Shaw, A. (2014). A simulation of a dynamic theory of reasoned action with shock: Implications for the fit of the cross-sectional theory of reasoned action. Paper accepted at the 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association.
- Khan, M. L., (Ph.D student) (2014). What motivates users to interact? Understanding Social Media Engagement through Likes/Dislikes, Comments, and Shares.
- Kononova, A., Yuan, S. (Ph.D student), Joo, E. (2014). Distraction or stimulation? How switching to Facebook while reading health-related information online affects recognition memory for health-related information.