Wednesday November 16, 2011 - National Communication Download

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Wednesday
November 16, 2011
7:30 AM
101090
7:30 AM to 8:00 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallery - First Floor
McGraw-Hill Higher Education Day of Service Orientation and Breakfast
8:00 AM
102022
8:00 AM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
PC01: Communicating Coastal Risks and Crises: Creating Partnerships and Giving Voice to
Stakeholders, Scholars, and Scientists
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chairs: Katherine E. Rowan, George Mason Univ; Gina Eosco, Cornell University
Presenters:
Bill Read, National Hurricane Center
Shirley Laska, University of New Orleans
LaDon Swann, Auburn University
Peter A. Andersen, San Diego State Univ
Susanna Priest, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Joye Gordon, Kansas State University
Sergei Samoilenko, George Mason Univ
Janey Trowbridge, George Mason Univ
Steven J. Venette, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Gina Eosco, Cornell University
Robert L. Heath, University of Houston
Michael J. Palenchar, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Matthew W. Seeger, Wayne State University
Timothy L. Sellnow, University of Kentucky
Shari R. Veil, University of Kentucky
102060
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: “Just a Bunch of Whiners”: Voice, Graduate Students, and Work-Life Balance Questions
Sponsor: Seminars
Chairs: Lydia Reinig, Colorado State University; Cindy L. Griffin, Colorado State University
Presenters:
Kirsten Broadfoot, Colorado State University
Darrie Burrage, Colorado State University
Elizabeth (Liz) Cantu, Arizona State University
Belle A. Edson, Arizona State University
Erika L. Kirby, Creighton University
Megan McFarlane, University of Utah
Shane T. Moreman, California State Univ, Fresno
Marnel Niles, California State University, Fresno
Alexis Pulos, Univ of New Mexico
Julie Taylor, University of Utah
102115
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
PC03: Voicing Connections, Contradictions, and Possibilities in Social Movement and Counterpublic
Theories
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chairs: Christina Foust, University of Denver; Amy Pason, Univ of Nevada, Reno; Kate Zittlow Rogness, Monmouth
College
Presenters:
Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
Kevin DeLuca, University of Utah
Darrel Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
Christina Foust, University of Denver
Josh Hanan, Temple University
Christine Harold, University of Washington
Kristy Maddux, University of Maryland
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
Catherine Palczewski, Univ of Northern Iowa
Amy Pason, Univ of Nevada, Reno
Kate Zittlow Rogness, Monmouth College
8:30 AM
103023
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
PC02: Hearing Marginalized and Mainstream Voices in Health Communication: Contributions of
Interpretive and Critical Approaches
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chairs: Kimberly Kline, University of Texas, San Antonio; Heather Zoller, Univ of Cincinnati
Presenters:
Austin Babrow, Ohio University
Deborah S. Ballard-Reisch, Wichita State Univ
Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue University
Laura L. Ellingson, Santa Clara University
Lynn M. Harter, Ohio University
Julien C. Mirivel, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Eileen Berlin Ray, Cleveland State Univ
Barbara F. Sharf, Texas A&M Univ
103025
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
PC04: Rebuilding Organizations, Communities, and Institutions
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chairs: John Lammers, University of Illinois; Marya L. Doerfel, Rutgers University
103028
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
PC05: Raising our Ethnographic Voices: Ethics, Justice, and Vulnerability
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chair: Christopher N. Poulos, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Presenters:
Robin Boylorn, University of Alabama
Christine Davis, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Tracey Frazier, Eastern Michigan university
Rebecca Kennerly, Georgia Southern University
Melanie Bailey Mills, Eastern Illinois Univ
Christopher N. Poulos, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
John T. Warren (In Memoriam), Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
103064
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony M - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: New Orleans in Fragments: Discovering a Voice in Cinematic Images
Sponsor: Seminars
Chair: Nicholas Butler, Arizona State University
Presenters:
Jay Arntson, Glendale Community College
David Benin, University of California, San Diego
Roger Davis Gatchet, Eastern New Mexico University
Amber Hutchins, Trinity University
AJ Moorehead, California State University, Los Angeles
9:00 AM
104027
9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
PC06: The Department Chair’s Voice: Developing Strong Faculty from Hire to Retire
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chair: Betsy Wackernagel Bach, National Communication Association
Presenters:
Charles R. Bantz, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
Carl Cates, Valdosta State Univ
Sue DeWine, Hanover College
Jon A. Hess, University of Dayton
Jeff Kerssen-Griep, Univ of Portland
Sue D. Pendell, Colorado State University
Helen Tate, Columbia College
Charmaine E. Wilson, University of South Carolina Aiken
104029
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
PC08: VII Mini Communication Conference of the Americas Sponsored by FELAFACS: Voices from the
Field about the Education of Communication Professionals in the Americas (Voces desde el campo
sobre la Formación de Profesionales de la Comunicacion en las Américas)
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chairs: Federico Varona, San Jose State University; Jesús Arroyave, Universidad del Norte
Presenters:
Vanesa Muriel, Universidad de Querétaro
Mariela Perez, Instituto Technologico de Monterrey
Respondent: Elena Hurtado, Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz de la Sierra
104062
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: Civic Rhetorics: Definitions, Traditions, and Contemporary Challenges
Sponsor: Seminars
Chair: Arthur E. Walzer, Univ of Minnesota
Presenters:
Robert Asen, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Beth Bennett, University of Alabama
Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
Pat J. Gehrke, Univ of South Carolina
Ekaterina V. Haskins, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
J. Michael Hogan, Penn State University
Rebecca A. Kuehl, South Dakota State University
Sean Patrick O'Rourke, Furman University
Robert Sullivan, Ithaca College
104063
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony L - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: Show Me the Money! The Role of Communication Scholarship in Complex, Multi-Agency,
Interdisciplinary Research Projects
Sponsor: Seminars
Chair: Hollie Smith, Univ of Maine
Presenters:
Dorothy Collins Andreas, Pepperdine University
Garrett Broad, Univ of Southern California
Gina Eosco, Cornell University
Damon Hall, University of Maine
Laura A. Lindenfeld, Univ of Maine
Todd M. Norton, Washington State Univ
Tarla Rai Peterson, Texas A&M University
Hollie Smith, Univ of Maine
Leah Sprain, Colorado State University
Jessica L. Thompson, Colorado State University
Melinda Weathers, George Mason Univ
104067
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: Voices in the Street: Voices Across the Discipline Address Urban Communication
Sponsor: Seminars
Chair: Susan J. Drucker, Hofstra University
Respondents: Leo W. Jeffres, Cleveland State Univ; Casey Man Kong Lum, William Paterson
Univ; Gary Gumpert, Urban Communication Foundation
104068
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bacchus - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: Seeing Voices: Embodiment and the Public Sphere
Sponsor: Seminars
Chairs: Jon P. Radwan, Seton Hall University; Abe Khan, University of South Florida
104123
9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
ARST Preconference: Communication: Energy, Inquiry, Risk
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Presenters:
Aimee-Marie Dorsten, Wilson College
Lisa Keranen, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Karen Taylor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
10:00 AM
106030
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 9 - Second Floor
PC09: Connecting Yesterday's Voices to Tomorrow's: Public Address Pedagogy to Inspire Students
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chair: E. Michele Ramsey, Penn State University, Berks
Presenters:
Celeste M. Condit, University of Georgia
Stephen A. Klien, Augustana College
Meghann McGuire, Penn State Berks
E. Michele Ramsey, Penn State University, Berks
Shaun Treat, University of North Texas
106031
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
PC10: E-Publishing in the Academy: Self Publishing Textbooks, Novels, Journals, and More: How to do
it; Should we do it?
Sponsor: Preconferences
Chairs: Michael L. Kent, University of Oklahoma; Mel Odom, University of Oklahoma
Presenters:
Bryan Crable, Villanova University
Robert L. Heath, University of Houston
Michael L. Kent, University of Oklahoma
Mel Odom, University of Oklahoma
Lisa Schreiber, Millersville University
Maureen Taylor, University of Oklahoma
Respondents: Robert L. Heath, University of Houston; Maureen Taylor, University of
Oklahoma; Bryan Crable, Villanova University
106125
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association Educational Development and Practices Committee
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Megan Koch, Illinois State University
106129
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
American Forensic Association Finance Committee
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Lee Mayfield, James Madison Univ
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
106130
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association Research Committee
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
James Dimock, Minnesota State University, Mankato
106131
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association Professional Development and Practices Committee
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Jason Warren, George Mason University
106132
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association Nominating Committee
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Richard E. Edwards, Baylor University
106133
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oak Alley - Fourth Floor
NDT Board of Trustees Meeting
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Timothy O'Donnell, University of Mary Washington
106134
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association Publications Committee
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Stephen Croucher, Marist College
10:30 AM
107066
10:30 AM to 5:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SEMINAR: Revolutionary Voices: Marxism, Communication, and Social Change
Sponsor: Seminars
Chairs: Stephen H. Macek, North Central College; Marco Briziarelli, Univ of Colorado, Boulder; Dana L. Cloud, Univ of
Texas, Austin; Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University; Mary E. Triece, University of Akron
12:00 PM
109125
12:00 PM to 3:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association National Council
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Richard E. Edwards, Baylor University
109129
12:00 PM to 3:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
AFA-NDT Committee Meeting
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Timothy O'Donnell, University of Mary Washington
109130
12:00 PM to 3:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
AFA-NIET Committee Meeting
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Frank Thompson, University of Alabama
109150
12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
NCA Legislative Assembly I
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Tony E. Adams, Northeastern Illinois Univ
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
Allison Ainsworth, Gainesville State College
Lin S. Allen, Univ of Northern Colorado
Kenneth E. Andersen, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Kevin Ayotte, California State University, Fresno
Jay Baglia, Kutztown University
Barbara Baker, University of Central Missouri
Linda Baughman, Christopher Newport University
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
Jamel Bell, Boston College
James Benjamin, University of Toledo
Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior
Andrew C. Billings, University of Alabama
Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University
Carl Botan, George Mason Univ
Dawn O. Braithwaite, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
James M. Brandon, Hillsdale College
Mary Bresnahan, Michigan State University
Matthew Brigham, James Madison University
Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
Armstrong - Eighth Floor
Nancy Brule, Bethel University
Leah E. Bryant, DePaul University
Lori J. Carrell, Univ of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Nathan L. Carter, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Victoria Chen, San Francisco State Univ
Hsin-I (Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara University
Kenneth N. Cissna, Univ of South Florida
Dana L. Cloud, Univ of Texas, Austin
Donovan Conley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Angie Corbo, Widener University
James W. Crocker-Lakness, Univ of Cincinnati
Justin Davis, New York City College of Technology
Jean DeHart, Appalachian State Univ
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Lynn M. Disbrow, Huntingdon College
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
Michael H. Eaves, Valdosta State Univ
Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Jill Edy, University of Oklahoma
Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
Carla L. Fisher, George Mason University
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State Univ
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Loril M. Gossett, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Daniel Grano, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Ronald Walter Greene, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Glenn Hansen, University of Oklahoma
Tina M. Harris, Univ of Georgia
Joy L. Hart, University of Louisville
Debbi A. Hatton, Sam Houston State Univ
Mike Hazel, Gonzaga University
Deborah Hefferin, Broward College, North Campus
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
Kirsten Heintz, Pulaski Technical College
David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Jeremiah P. Hickey, St. John's University
Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ
John W. Howard III, East Carolina Univ
Timothy Paul Huffman, Arizona State University
Ako Inuzuka, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Jessica K. Jameson, North Carolina State University
Susan A. Jasko, California Univ of Pennsylvania
Adam C. Jones, Illinois College
Spoma Jovanovic, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Ruth E. Kay, Detroit Country Day School
James Keaten, Univ of Northern Colorado
Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
Kate Kenski, University of Arizona
Nancy Kidd, National Communication Association
Erika L. Kirby, Creighton University
Marina Krcmar, Wake Forest University
Anastacia Kurylo, Marymount Manhattan College
Brian A. Lain, University of North Texas
John Lammers, University of Illinois
Andrew M. Ledbetter, Texas Christian University
Kurt Lindemann, San Diego State Univ
Lisa Lindsey, Naval Postgraduate School
Brett Lunceford, Univ of South Alabama
Tobi Mackler, Montgomery County Community College
Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
Anne Mattina, Stonehill College
Paula McKenzie, Bethune-Cookman University
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
Miriam McMullen-Pastrick, Penn State University, Behrend College
Kevin R. Meyer, Illinois State University
Trudy Milburn, Independent Researcher
Katherine Miller, Texas A&M Univ
Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma
Michelle Miller-Day, Penn State University
Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
Susan E. Morgan, Purdue University
Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
Star A. Muir, George Mason University
Kristine Muñoz, University of Iowa
Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University
David R. Novak, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
George Pacheco Jr., Angelo State Univ
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Gregory Patton, Univ of Southern California
Jennifer Peeples, Utah State University
David John Petroski, Southern Connecticut State Univ
Michael William Pfau, Univ of Minnesota, Duluth
Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
Mary Pilgram, Washburn University
Richard L. Quianthy, Broward College, North Campus
Erin J. Rand, Syracuse University
Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri
Lance Rintamaki, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Thomas Sabetta, University of Kentucky
Todd L Sandel, University of Oklahoma
Ann Savage, Butler University
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Ronald E. Shields, Bowling Green State Univ
Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
Robert Shuter, Marquette University
Paul Siegel, University of Hartford
Kami J. Silk, Michigan State University
Cheri J. Simonds, Illinois State University
Ross Singer, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
Michael F. Smith, La Salle University
John Chase Soliday, University of Miami
Lindsay Soliman, Illinois State University
Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
Robert Stockton, Anaheim Union High School District
Jean Ann Streiff, Oakland Catholic High School
David Ta-Pryor, University of Missouri
Stanley D. Tickton, Norfolk State Univ
Shane Tilton, Ohio University, Lancaster
Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
Katerina Tsetsura, City University of Hong Kong
Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Paaige K. Turner, St. Louis University
Jeffrey Tyus, Youngstown State Univ
Yarma Velázquez Vargas, California State Univ, Northridge
Brad Vivian, Syracuse University
Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
Melissa B. Wanzer, Canisius College
Sue Weber, University of Pennsylvania
Rich West, Emerson College
Cindy H. White, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Shauntae Brown White, North Carolina Central Univ
Dennis L. Wignall, Dixie State College of Utah
Kirt H. Wilson, Penn State University
J. Macgregor Wise, Arizona State Univ, West
Anna Marjorie Young, Pacific Lutheran University
Lori Zakel, Sinclair Community College
Nicholas Zoffel, Sierra College
4:00 PM
114131
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association Business Meeting
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Presenter:
Richard E. Edwards, Baylor University
5:00 PM
115027
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
2012 NCA Convention Planner Meeting I
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Katie Karsnak, National Communication Association
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
Michelle Randall, National Communication Association
115030
5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 9 - Second Floor
Western States Communication Association Executive Council Meeting
Sponsor: Western States Communication Association
Presenters:
Ann Darling, University of Utah
Bill Eadie, San Diego State University
Lisa Flores, University of Colorado, Boulder
Heather Hundley, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Brian L. Ott, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Sue D. Pendell, Colorado State University
John Reinard, California State University, Fullerton
William Sharkey, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa
Michele H. Jackson, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Karen E. Lovaas, San Francisco State Univ
Brian L. Heisterkamp, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Greg Dickinson, Colorado State University
Robert Becker, Northwest College
Stephen M. Yoshimura, Univ of Montana
Thomas G. Endres, Univ of Northern Colorado
Mary Claire Morr Serewicz, University of Denver
Pat Ganer, Cypress Community College
115065
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
NCA Nominating Committee Meeting
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
Lin S. Allen, Univ of Northern Colorado
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Alice R. Araujo, Mary Baldwin College
Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
Dawna I. Ballard, Univ of Texas, Austin
Susan J. Balter-Reitz, Montana State Univ, Billings
Jamel Bell, Boston College
Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior
James M. Brandon, Hillsdale College
Angela Cooke-Jackson, Emerson College
Daniel Cronn-Mills, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
James M. Durbin, The University of Akron
Karen Kangas Dwyer, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
James Ferris, University of Toledo
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Adolfo Garcia, Univ of Wisconsin, Green Bay
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Dennis S. Gouran, Penn State University
Liane Gray-Starner, Marietta College
Ronald Walter Greene, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Glenn Hansen, University of Oklahoma
Tina M. Harris, Univ of Georgia
Deborah Hefferin, Broward College, North Campus
Corey A. Hickerson, James Madison Univ
David B. Hingstman, University of Iowa
Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Ruth E. Kay, Detroit Country Day School
Kate Kenski, University of Arizona
Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
Balcony N - Fourth Floor
Jody Koenig Kellas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Ascan F. Koerner, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Brian A. Lain, University of North Texas
John Lammers, University of Illinois
Lisa Lindsey, Naval Postgraduate School
Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
Kris M. Markman, Univ of Memphis
Joan Faber McAlister, Drake University
Kevin R. Meyer, Illinois State University
Trudy Milburn, Independent Researcher
Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
Susan E. Morgan, Purdue University
Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University
Todd M. Norton, Washington State Univ
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Hollie Petit, South Dakota State University
Richard L. Quianthy, Broward College, North Campus
Erin J. Rand, Syracuse University
Janice L. Raup-Krieger, Ohio State University
Craig Robertson, Northeastern University
Karen M. Roloff, Elmhurst College
Erin M. Sahlstein, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Juliann C. Scholl, Texas Tech Univ
Stuart M. Schrader, Indiana School of Dentistry
Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
Roger Smitter, Chesapeake College
Lindsay Soliman, Illinois State University
David Ta-Pryor, University of Missouri
Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
Mina Tsay, Boston University
Anita L. Vangelisti, Univ of Texas, Austin
Dennis L. Wignall, Dixie State College of Utah
J. Emmett Winn, Auburn University
Nicholas Zoffel, Sierra College
5:30 PM
116114
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
NCA Leadership Development Reception
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Thomas D. Bovino, Suffolk County Community College
Irene Grau, Christopher Newport Univ
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Patricia Parker, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
Thursday
November 17, 2011
8:00 AM
Maurepas - Third Floor
202001
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
NCA Resolutions Committee Meeting
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Elissa Foster, Lehigh Valley Health Network
Debbi A. Hatton, Sam Houston State Univ
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
Paul Siegel, University of Hartford
Charles H. Tardy, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Lisa Tillmann, Rollins College
202011
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Unsilencing the Margins: Organizations and the Theatre of Empowerment
Sponsor: Theatre Division
Chair: Marion O. Rossi, Jr., Oregon State University
Presenters:
Celeste Walls, Oregon State University
Elizabeth Root, Oregon State University
202012
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
NCA Newcomer's Welcome and Orientation
Sponsors: NCA First Vice President, NCA National Office
Presenters:
Rich West, Emerson College
Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University
Nancy Kidd, National Communication Association
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
202013
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Girls' Voices in and through Media
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Sarah Projansky, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"OMG, LOL: Urban Teens’ Thoughts on Media" Sharon Maria Ross, Columbia College, Chicago
"Plus-Size Teen TV: The Construction of the Overweight Adolescent in Huge" Eleanor Seitz, Univ of Wisconsin,
Madison
"Producing a Black Athletic Girlhood: Venus Williams, Live Coverage, and Possibilities for Reading Anti-Racism in
Mainstream Mass Media" Sarah Projansky, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Talking Back to Seventeen: Girls’ Media Activism, Feminism, and the Blogosphere" Jessalynn Keller, University of
Texas, Austin
202014
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Responsible Voices in Public Relations
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Kristin N. English, Georgia College & State University
Respondent: Claudia I. Janssen, Eastern Illinois University
"Exposure to Sided Media Coverage of an Organization, Subsequent Group Conversations, and Public Relations
Outcomes" Hyung Min Lee, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Brian Southwell, RTI International / University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Public Relations Research Trends on Corporate Social Responsibility during the Last Two Decades and Their
Implications to the Future Research Directions and Theory Developments" Wonjun Chung, Univ of Louisiana,
Lafayette; Taejun David Lee, Bradley University; Yoon-Joo Lee , University of Southern Indiana
"Voices about Corporate Social Responsibility in Chinese Newspapers" Lu Tang, University of Alabama; Yao Yu,
Sinovision; Xiaofei Wang, Peking University
202015
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Formative Research in Communication: Contextualizing African American Tobacco Use and Honoring
Voice
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Jennifer Warren, Rutgers University
Presenters:
Dana S. Bowen, Rutgers University
Tajha Carroll, Rutgers University
Danielle Catona, Rutgers University
Alison Luke, Rutgers University
202022
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
What Factors Encourage Student Communication with Instructors? Research on Classroom and Out-ofClass Communication Predictors
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Laura Martin, Univ of Texas, Pan American
Respondent: Sally Vogl-Bauer, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
"Can I Talk to You? The Effects of Instructor Position, Nationality, and Teaching Style on Students' Perceived
Propensity to Communicate and on Teacher Evaluations" Amy Nicole Miller, North Dakota State Univ; Judy C.
Pearson, North Dakota State Univ
"Improving Communication between Students and Academic Advisors to Increase Student Success" Rebecca
Mullane, University of Wisconsin, Millwaukee
"Teaching as Emotional Work: Instructor’s Empathy and Students’ Motives to Communicate out of Class" Moyi Jia,
Ohio University; Li Li, Ohio University; Brian Scott Titsworth, Ohio University
202025
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Silences and Stories of Illness and Parent-Child Relationships
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Respondent: Melissa W. Aleman, James Madison Univ
"'The Angel Voice that Bids You Goodnight:' Voices and Silences of Illness and Motherhood" Masha Sukovic, Texas
A&M Univ
"A Dark Event in a Lighted Place: A Mother-Daughter Co-Narrative of the Relational Experience of Anorexia" Marne
Austin, Bowling Green State Univ
"Breaking the Pattern of Silence: An Autoethnography of Illness and Family" Patrick John Dillon, Univ of South
Florida
"Creating a Voice through Cancer" Jennifer Marshall, California State University, Northridge
202029
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Voices of the Caucuses: An Intercaucus Panel Toward Connecting on Interrelated Issues
Sponsors: Asian / Pacific American Caucus, Black Caucus, Caucus on Disability Issues, Caucus on Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns, La Raza Caucus, Women's Caucus
Chair: Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
Presenters:
E. Tristan Booth, Arizona State University
LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
Ako Inuzuka, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
Roseann M. Mandziuk, Texas State University, San Marcos
Maggie Quinlan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Yarma Velázquez Vargas, California State Univ, Northridge
202031
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Legislating and Policing Queer Identities
Sponsors: Communication and Law Division, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies
Division
Chair: Peter Odell Campbell, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Creating (An)Other: Conditioning Contemporary National Belonging" Megan Morrissey, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Heteronormativity and Homonormativity in the Everyday Discourse of Service Members: Reflections from Don’t Ask,
Don’t Tell" Manda Violet Hicks, Boise State University
"No on Proposition 8 Campaign, the Need for Intersectionality and a Unified Voice" Darshan Sawantdesai, University
of Oregon
"Reflections on 'Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell:' Understanding the Terms of Debate as Technology" James Coleman
McGuffey, Indiana University
"The Connecticut Supreme Court Decision on Same-Sex Marriage: A Departure From Disgust" Jeffrey A. Nelson,
Kent State University
202051
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Voicing Crisis from Afar: Western Discourses of the Tragedy in Japan
Sponsors: Asian / Pacific American Caucus, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Mariko Izumi, Columbus State Univ
Presenters:
Carol M. Liebler, Syracuse University
Anna Wong Lowe, Oklahoma City University
David C. Oh, Villanova University
202052
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Claiming Voice, Publishing in Latina/o Communication Studies
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, La Raza Caucus, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Darrel Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
Presenters:
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
Darrel Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
Lisa A. Flores, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Michelle A. Holling, California State Univ, San Marcos
Angharad N. Valdivia, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
202053
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Marginalized Voices: Communicating Social Support for Voices Unheard
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Health Communication Division
Chair: Eileen F. Doherty, Purdue University
Respondent: Eileen F. Doherty, Purdue University
"Giving Voice to Spiritual Needs: Addressing Patient Spirituality When Breaking Bad News" Emily M. Cramer,
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Hidden Voice 'You Think You Know Me?' Mental Health Consequences of Adolescents’ Actual-Self SelfDiscrepancy" Naomi Kagawa, University of Texas, Tyler
"Identity, Difference, and Culture: The Lost Voices in Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Reduction Campaigns Targeted toward
American Indians and Alaska Natives" Terry Rentner, Bowling Green State Univ; Lara M. Lengel, Bowling Green State
Univ; Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
"Voices of the Poor from the Margins of Bengal: Structural Inequities and Health" Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue
University; Uttaran Dutta, Purdue University
202054
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Lifting Up Voices of Advocacy and Activism
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division, Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Peeples, Utah State University
Respondent: Ross Singer, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Competing Voices in a Risk-Laden Environment: Stakeholder Sensemaking and the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion
Plant" Anna Hoover, University of Kentucky
"Dialogue, Activism and Change: Agonistic Voices and Social Transformation" Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato;
Heather Zoller, Univ of Cincinnati
"Sustainable Citizenship: Giving Students Voice through Advocacy Education" Brandon M. Inabinet, Furman
University; Jessica Prody, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
202055
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Bringing Multiple Voices to Communication Research about Diabetes
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Leah Wingard, San Francisco State University
Presenters:
Alan D. Hansen, Carroll College
Evelyn Y. Ho, Univ of San Francisco
Christopher J. Koenig, Univ of California, San Francisco
David Olsher, San Francisco State Univ
Kelly M. Quintanilla, Texas A&M Univ, Corpus Christi
Christina M. Sabee, San Francisco State Univ
Henrietta Tran, University of California, San Francisco
Ilona Vandergriff, San Francisco State University
Leah Wingard, San Francisco State University
202057
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Vo(i)ces Latinas: An Installation
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: David Terry, San Jose State University
Presenters:
Brittany Chavez, San Jose State University
Olivia Gessella Perez-Langley, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Raquel Polanco, Louisiana State University
Respondent: Kimberlee A. Perez, DePaul University
202060
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Dark Voices Communicating in Groups
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Joseph A. Bonito, University of Arizona
Respondent: Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
"Cult Leaders: Manipulation of Group Task through Groupthink" Margaret Y. Brittle, Illinois State University; Ashley
Southard, Illinois State University; Daniel Cochece Davis, Marist College; Stephanie Shannon Bushman, Illinois State
University; Anthony Agati, Marist College
"Silencing Contrary Voices: A Call for Research on Ostracism and Dissent in Classroom Groups" Debra L. Iba, Texas
Christian University; Johny Garner, Texas Christian University
"Terrorism and Small Groups: How Group Communication Research Can Inform the Study of Terrorist Cells and
Leadership Teams" Justin Reedy, University of Washington; John W. Gastil, Penn State University
202061
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Speaking about the Basic Course: How Student Voice is Constructed and Expressed
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Lara C. Stache, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Presenters:
Lindsey B. Anderson, Purdue University
Janice Bankert-Countryman, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Indianapolis
Emily Deering Crosby, University of Pittsburgh
Rachel Diana Davidson, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Karen A. Foss, Univ of New Mexico
Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
Respondent: Ann Darling, University of Utah
202062
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Bodies of Protest: The Visual Rhetoric of Civil Rights Sit-Ins
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Visual Communication Division
Chair: Joan Faber McAlister, Drake University
Respondent: Davis W. Houck, Florida State University
"A New Orleans Sit-In: Exploring the Narrative Power of Images" Lesli K. Pace, University of Louisiana, Monroe
"Seeing Backstage: Nashville, NBC’s ‘Sit-In’, and the Performance of Civility" Marilyn Bordwell DeLaure, Univ of San
Francisco
"The Mustard Man and the Students’ Stand: The Jackson Sit-ins as Image Event" William Lawson, University of
Maryland
"Reading Bodies, Reading Books: The Greenville, SC Library Sit-Ins as Rhetorical Somatics" Sean Patrick O'Rourke,
Furman University
202066
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SC01: A Brave New Voice in Public Speaking
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Richard P. Doetkott, Chapman University
Presenter:
Lance Lockwood, Santa Ana College
202067
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SC02: Civic Engagement as Transformative Education: Developing Voice in a Semester-Long Practicum
in Citizenship
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Leila R. Brammer, Gustavus Adolphus College
Presenters:
Kristofer B. Kracht, Gustavus Adolphus College
Martin Lang, Gustavus Adolphus College
Sarah M. Wolter, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
202068
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Bacchus - Fourth Floor
SC03: Communication Across the Curriculum & General Education: COM's Voice Across Campus
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Deanna P. Dannels, North Carolina State University
Presenters:
Amy Gaffney, University of Kentucky
April A. Kedrowicz, University of Utah
Adam Roth, University of Rhode Island
202069
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Iberville - Fourth Floor
SC04: Communication’s Voice in Integrated Marketing Communication Pedagogy
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: S. Alyssa Groom, Duquesne University
Presenters:
S. Alyssa Groom, Duquesne University
Jeanne M. Persuit, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
202070
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Talkin' 'bout a Revolution: Giving Voice to Feminism's Empowering Role in the Lives of Women
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
"'Ah hah!' Moments: How a Feminist and Womanist Discovered their Voice" Shelley D. Lane, Univ of Texas, Dallas;
Venus Opal Reese, University of Texas, Dallas
"Contradictions and Paradox in Women's Constructions of Organizational Power" Tessa Pfafman, Western Illinois
University
"Expanding on the Ever-Expanding: Differential Consciousness, Identity Politics and the Logic of Equivalence in
Postmodern Feminist Coalition" John I. Sewell, Georgia State University
"Expressing Gender Neutrality in a Voluntary Community" Jolane Flanigan, Rocky Mountain College
"Giving Voice to the Cause: The Role of Interpersonal Influences and Personal Identification in High Risk/Cost
Activism" Amy Aldridge Sanford, Northeastern State Univ
"It’s All 'Self Evident': The Rhetoric of Dissent and Consciousness Raising in Feminist Protest Music" Megan Sue
O'Byrne, University of Utah
"When Indie Meets Feminism: A Case Study of Broad Vocabulary" Youngchi Chang, University of Michigan
202071
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Appeals to the People: Popular Rhetorics and the Constitution of Publics
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Elizabeth E. Gardner, University of Maryland
Respondent: Robert Terrill, Indiana University
"Specters in France: Historical Subjectivity and Audience in Marx’s Paris Commune Speech" Matthew Wesley Bost,
Univ of Minnesota
"The Anti-Populist's Populism: The Rhetoric of William McKinley" Sean Luechtefeld, University of Maryland
"Debating Darwin: William Jennings Bryan and the Evolution of a Counterpublic" Kristy Maddux, University of
Maryland
"The Parodic Republicanism of Glenn Beck and Jon Stewart: Rethinking the Relationship Between Populism, the
Vernacular, and Demagoguery" Luke Lockhart, Texas A&M University
202072
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Connections: Women’s Voices, Past and Present
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Anne Mattina, Stonehill College
Presenters:
Ann Atkinson, Keene State College
Emily Ann Berg, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Lisa Burns, Quinnipiac University
Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Elizabeth J. Natalle, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Amy R. Slagell, Iowa State Univ
Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
202073
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Performance Studies Division Three Years Out Roundtable on the 100th Anniversary of NCA
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chairs: Heather Carver, University of Missouri; Matt Saltzberg, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Presenters:
John Dennis Anderson, Emerson College
Andrea Baldwin, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Gary Balfantz, Lake Superior State Univ
Stephanie Briones, California State Univ, Fresno
Phyllis Carlin, Univ of Northern Iowa
Frederick C. Corey, Arizona State University
Roberta Crisson, Kutztown University
Amy L. Darnell, Columbia College
Belle A. Edson, Arizona State University
James Ferris, University of Toledo
Dustin B. Goltz, DePaul University
Michaella Guadiana, California State Univ, Fresno
Timothy Gura, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Joe Hassert, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Chloe Johnston, Northwestern University
Jennifer A. Linde, Arizona State University
Raquel Monroe, Columbia College
W. Benjamin Myers, Univ of South Carolina, Upstate
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Julie-Ann Scott, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Ronald E. Shields, Bowling Green State Univ
Carol Simpson Stern, Northwestern University
Nathan P. Stucky, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Amy L. Zsohar, University of Denver
Naida Zukic, BMCC, CUNY, Manhattan
202101
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Mediating Race in Film, Television, and Language
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Robert Mejia, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Respondent: Casey Kelly, Butler University
"'New Racism' and Rhetorics of Normalized Whiteness: A Critical Exploration of Media Narratives of Disaster in
Greensburg and the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans" Katherine Cruger, Chatham University
"Evading Identity Trouble: Affect and Political Correctness Discourse" Olivia Conti, Syracuse University
"On the Edge of Neoliberalism and Black Rage: Redeeming White Heroes and Black Martyrs in Changing
Lanes" Michael Lacy, Independent Scholar
"The Everyday Lives of Others: CNN's Black in America and Latino in America" Elisa Foster, Villanova University
202103
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Drafting the Body: Bodily Representations in the Service of Culture and Politics
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kathleen F. McConnell, San Jose State University
Respondent: Daniel M. Sutko, North Carolina State University
"A Rhetoric of Pornography: Private Style and Public Policy in the 'Maiden Tribute of Modern Babylon'" Greta
Wendelin, University of Kansas
"Let’s Move: The Ideological Constraints of Liberalism on Michelle Obama’s Obesity Rhetoric" Abigail Seiler,
University of Maryland, College Park
"Spoken For: The Univocality of Prostitution Policy Debates in Great Britain" Annie Hill, Univ of Minnesota, Twin
Cities
"The Limits to Communicative Capitalism: A Discourse on Discursivity" Robert Olen McDonald, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
202104
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Being Transported into the Mediated World: Understanding Fandom, Parasocial Interaction, Narrative
Engagement and Transportation
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer S. Aubrey, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Respondent: Katie Fischer Clune, Rockhurst University
"Why Debbie Downer Enjoys a Tear-Jerker: The Role of Narrative Engagement" Julia K. Woolley, Penn State
University; Joy Hackenbracht, Penn State University
"Transportation, Perceived Connection with Media Characters, and Loneliness Mood" Mu Hu, West Virginia
Wesleyan College; Hong Jiang, Anhui University
"Understanding Fans of Fictional Texts: Correlates of Star Trek Fan Identification and Behavior" Laramie D. Taylor,
Univ of California, Davis
"Assessing Processes of Relational Involvement with Media Personas: Transportation, Parasocial Interaction,
Identification and Worship" William J. Brown, Regent University
"Online Fan Commentary about 'Mad Men': How 21st Century Fans Make Sense of the 1960" Lynne M. Webb, Univ
of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Hao-Chieh Chang, Hong Kong Baptist University; Danna M. Gibson, Columbus State
University; Marceline Thompson Hayes, Arkansas State University; Marcia M. Smith, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
202106
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Organizational Identity and Identification
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Daniel J. Lair, University of Denver
Respondent: Craig R. Scott, Rutgers University
"Becoming Silicon Valley: Complicating Identity Work and Regulation in the Silicon Slopes and Silicon
Glacier" Rebecca E. Gill, Texas A&M Univ; Greg Larson, Univ of Montana
"Divergent Voices Rooted in Organizational Status Positions: A Case of Discursive Constructions of an Asian-Serving
Nonprofit’s Organizational Identity" Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University
"Identity Construction in Modern Corporate Vision and Mission Discourse" Irina Kopaneva, Washington State Univ
"I’m Retired? An Exploration of Organizational and Individual Influences on Adjustment into Retirement and Social
Identity as Retired" Tim McKenna, Ohio University; Sandra Metts, Illinois State University
"Organizational Identification: Exploring Students’ Attachment to their University" Karen K. Myers, Univ of
California, Santa Barbara; Courtney W. Davis, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
202108
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Motivations and Behaviors: Assessing and Applying Communication Theories
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Martha J. Fay, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Respondent: Thomas Hugh Feeley, University at Buffalo
"Antecedents of Consumer Repatronage Intentions and Negative Word-of-Mouth Behaviors following an
Organizational Failure: A Test of Investment Model Predictions" San Bolkan, California State Univ, Long Beach; Alan
K. Goodboy, Bloomsburg University; Guy F. Bachman, California State Univ, Long Beach
"Motivations for Participation in a Crowdsourcing Application to Improve Public Engagement in Transit
Planning" Daren Brabham, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Predicting Energy Conservation and Efficiency Behaviors: A Test of the Theory of Planned Behavior, the Health
Belief Model, and an Integrated Model" Jia Lu, Aimo Wireless, Inc; Laura Arpan, Florida State University; Anthony
Leiserowitz, Yale University; Edward Maibach, George Mason University; Andy Opel, Florida State University
"The Effects of Motivation, Ability, and Heuristic Cues on Systematic Processing of Information about Breast Cancer
Environmental Factors" Sandi W. Smith, Michigan State University; Rose A. Clark-Hitt, Michigan State University;
Samantha Nazione, Michigan State University; Jessica C. Russell, Michigan State University; Kami J. Silk, Michigan
State University; Charles K. Atkin, Michigan State University
202112
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
From Aristotle's Appeals to Stephen Colbert's Ideals: Rhetorical Analysis of Historical, Health, and
Media Topics
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Adam Perry, Pennsylvania State University
Respondent: Lars Jørgen Kristiansen, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"An Anonymous War: Scientology and the Internet" Kali Korbis, University of Utah
"Dwelling in the Wild West: William F. Cody and Aristotelian Ethos" Casey Schmitt, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"Pay Attention, Sit Still, and Be Quiet: The Silencing Effects of the Discursive Construction of AD/HD" Stacia Swan,
California State Univ, Fresno
"Preconditions and Presuppositions in Hammerback and Jensen’s Operationalizing of First, Second, and Third
Personae: An Application of Elements from Basic Communication Fidelity to Reconstitutive Discourse in Order to
Attempt Initial Modality" Woody Laughnan III, California State Univ, Fresno
"That Brings Us to Tonight’s Word: A Rhetorical Analysis of Stephen Colbert’s Parodic Discourse in 'The Word'" Matt
Meier, Bowling Green State Univ
202113
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Communicating Social Support: Challenges and Health Outcomes
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer L. Peterson, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Breast and Prostate Cancer Survivors’ and their Partners’ Primary Concerns and the Association with Psychosocial
Quality of Life" Sybilla Dorros, Rhode Island College; Chris Segrin, University of Arizona; Terry A. Badger, University of
Arizona
"Caregiving and Social Support: Examining Outcomes for Parents of Children with Childhood Apraxia of
Speech" Lisa Allen (Farinelli), Augustana College; Elizabeth Babin, Cleveland State University
"Mom Answers: Online Social Support in the Breastfeeding Context" Jennifer B. Gray, Appalachian State Univ
"The Paradox of Received Social Support for Postpartum Depression: How Social Support Serves to both Liberate
and Mute Women with Postpartum Depression" LaKesha Anderson, Indiana State University
"The Role of Social Support in Young Women’s Communication about the Genital HPV Vaccine" Aimee E. Miller-Ott,
University of Hartford; Wesley Durham, Univ of Southern Indiana
202115
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
What is "New" about the News?
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Mary Beth Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
Respondent: David M. Rhea, Governors State University
"A Global Force for Branding: A Study of Attitudes, Intentions, the Military, and the Wars Overseas" Mark Cistulli,
University of Hartford; Randy Jacobs, University of Hartford; Jason L. Snyder, Central Conn State Univ
"The McChrystal File: The Press and the Firing of a General" Bruce Swain, University of West Florida; Rick Scott,
University of West Florida
"'Face of a Killer': Analysis of The Guardian’s Coverage of the Virginia Tech School Shootings" Jared Hargis, Kent
State University
"Playful Pranks: A Case Study of Student Dissent" Allison Brownlow, Washington State University
"Impact of Perception: Perception on the Effects of News Coverage and Attitude Change" Hyunjung Kim, University
of Oklahoma
202121
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Philosophical Treatments of Corporeality, Perception, Emotion, and Passion
Sponsor: Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Marie L. Radford, Rutgers University
"The Fullness of Life as Voice: 'Living through' Ramsey's Corporeal Philosophy of Communication" Pat Arneson,
Duquesne University
"Mosaics, Concepts, Illusion and the Uncanny" Sanford Betz, Univ of South Florida
"Communication as Emotive: Old Philosophies, New Perspectives, Unique Opportunities" Darin J. Gully, University of
Missouri
"Passionate Inventions: Aphoristic Reasoning in Wittgenstein’s 'On Certainty'" Michael J. Steudeman, Northern
Illinois University
202122
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Examining the Complex Representation of the Past in Present Rhetorical Forms
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Sara VanderHaagen, Loyola University
"'Preaching Dynamite': Ironic Metaphor at the Haymarket Trial" Ian E. Hill, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Banal Nationalism and the Cultivation of American Environmentality in 'America's Best Idea'" Cindy Spurlock,
Appalachian State Univ
"Forget the Subject, Remember the Agent: Reclaiming a Critical Tool for Reading Public Memory" Sara
VanderHaagen, Loyola University
"The Case for Example as Occlusion/Collusion: Religion Exemplified in the Life of Poor Sarah" Robin Patric Clair,
Purdue University; Benjamin T. Russell, Purdue University; Robert J. Green, Purdue University; Corey H. Palmer,
Purdue University; Stephen Swope, Purdue University; Elizabeth Wilhoit, Purdue University
202123
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
The Voice from the Hearth: Television's Role in the Social Construction of Self, Childhood and Family
Sponsor: Communication as Social Construction Division
Chair: Deborah A. Macey, Cottey College
Respondent: Kathleen M. Ryan, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"'Move it, Football Head!' Can Children Learn Disrespect from Television?" Barbara J. Wilson, Univ of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign; Kristin L. Drogos, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"As Seen On TV: Media Influences of Pregnancy and Birth Narratives" Jennifer Hall, Purdue University
"Keeping Up with Contradictory Family Values: The Voice of the Kardashians" Amanda McClain, Holy Family
University
"My Television My Self: Television for Ordinary Times" Leah A. Rosenberg, Emory University
"The Selling of Gender and Brand Identity in Toy Commercials: A Content Analysis of Nickelodeon" Susan G.
Kahlenberg, Mulenberg College
202125
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Dissent, Prejudice and Peace: Cultural Impacts of Communication Technologies
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Noemi Marin, Florida Atlantic Univ
Respondent: Natalia Rybas, Indiana Univ, East
"Virtual Groups and the Reduction of Intergroup Prejudice using CMC: A Controlled, Longitudinal Field Experiment
Among Jews and Arabs in Israel" Asmaa N. Ganayem, Al-Qasemi College of Education; Elaine Hoter, Talpiot College
of Education; Miri Shonfeld, Kibbutzim College of Education; Joseph B. Walther, Michigan State University
"Information and Communication Technology Diffusion in the Republic of Armenia" Katy Elizabeth Pearce, Univ of
California, Santa Barbara
"Voicing Dissent from Kenya to Egypt: How New ICTs can either be 'Liberation' or 'Repression'
Technologies" Brandie Martin, Pennsylvania State University; Anthony Olorunnisola, Pennsylvania State University
"Diffused Intertextual Production as Media Intervention" Joshua Atkinson, Bowling Green State University; Clayton
Rosati, Bowling Green State Univ
202127
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Studies of Health Messages Utilizing Sensation Seeking and the EPPM
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Amber Westcott-Baker, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Perceived Message Sensation Value and Psychological Reactance: A Test of the Dominant Thought Disruption
Hypothesis" Brian L. Quick, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Advancing the Extended Parallel Process Model through the Inclusion of Response Cost Measures" Lance
Rintamaki, University at Buffalo, SUNY; Z. Janet Yang, SUNY, Buffalo
"A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Effects of Message Sensation Value on Health-Related Attitudes and
Behavioral Intentions" Stephanie Van Stee, University of Kentucky; Seth M. Noar, University of Kentucky; Philip
Palmgreen, University of Kentucky
"Sensation Seeking: Are We Using It Right in Health Communication Research?" Katharine Head, University of
Kentucky
"A Further Extension of the Extended Parallel Process Model: Implications of Cognitive Appraisal Theory of
Emotions" Jiyeon So, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
202128
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Politics in Pop Culture
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Sheri R. Bleam, Adrian College
Respondent: Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
"Framing Politics in Science Fiction Television: Creating Possibilities through Altered Time and Space" Katherine
Birge, Indiana University
"Recovering the Political Advocacy in 'Fahrenheit 9/11' from within a Rhetorical Narration" Thomas S. Frentz, Univ
of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Thomas Rosteck, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
"Reviving Reason in Postmodern Politics: An Analysis of the 'Rally to Restore Sanity'" Brandi Lawless, Univ of New
Mexico
"The People Behind the Politics: How Tabloids Impact the Election Process" Elizabeth F Hatfield, Texas A&M Univ
202129
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
The Role of New Technologies in the Circulation of Political Information
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Jessica Anne Baldwin-Philippi, Northwestern University
Respondent: Teresa M. Harrison, Univ at Albany, SUNY
"Flocking Together? Political Information in Multiply Mediated Social Networks" Ericka Menchen-Trevino,
Northwestern University
"Political Pass-Along in a Digital Era: How Political Campaigns Encourage The Re-circulation of their
Messages" Jessica Anne Baldwin-Philippi, Northwestern University
"The Cultural Dimension of Cyber-enabled Social Movements in China" Elaine Yuan, University of Illinois, Chicago
"The Rise and Fall of Transnational Public Opinion in the Twittersphere: A Case Study of China’s 'Jasmine
Revolution'" Min Jiang, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
"Voice in a Censored Society: Examining Chinese Netizens' Information Distribution from a Discourse/discourse
Perspective" Huijun Suo, Purdue University
202130
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Unheard Voices of Fat Chicana Discourse
Sponsor: Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Brenda Medina, California State University, Northridge
Presenters:
Monica Hernandez, California State University, Northridge
Patricia Villadolid, San Francisco State University
202131
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Voices of Science, Purification, and Meaning through the Lens of Kenneth Burke
Sponsor: Kenneth Burke Society
Chair: James Hikins, University of Central Arkansas
Respondent: James Hikins, University of Central Arkansas
"'Play it Again Sam': Fall and Redemption in Narratives of Injured Musicians" Connie Fletcher, Loyola University,
Chicago
"Fighting about Fitness: Dramatism, Debate, and Darwin" George Gittinger, University of Pittsburgh
"The Attentive Animal: A Burkean Basis for a Humanistic Theory of Attention" David Landes, University of Pittsburgh
"The Wounded Soldier and the 'Cult of the Kill': Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as the Containment of Burkean
Pollution" Francesca Marie Smith, Univ of Southern California
202132
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
AFA-NIET District Chairs: Sharing Ideas to More Fully Represent the Voices of our Districts
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Kenneth Wayne Young, James Madison Univ
Presenters:
Marlin C. Bates, University of the Pacific
Sim Butler, Colorado College
Susan Collie, University of Wisconsin, Stout
Hillary E. Hoover, Clemson University
Bobby Imbody, Kansas State University
Richard Paine, North Central College
Respondent: Lee Mayfield, James Madison Univ
202141
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Parenthood and Macro Level Influence: Academic, Ethical, Commercial, and Transnational
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Michael Tumolo, Duquesne University
"Introduction, or, Yes, It Takes a Department to Raise a Child" Kevin Ayotte, California State University, Fresno
"International 'Family' Crisis: Real and Perceived Implications of the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the
Child for U.S. American Families" Jennifer Biedendorf, Penn State University
"Eek! There is a Mouse in the Delivery Room: Disney’s Advertisement Strategy to Increase its Presence in the
Delivery Room" Erik Garrett, Duquesne University
"The All Consuming Family: Parenting Magazines Marketing Appeals to New Parents" Michael Tumolo, Duquesne
University
202144
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Strengthen Every Voice: Great Ideas for the Center (G.I.F.T.C.)
Sponsors: Communication Centers Division, Convention Theme Group
Chairs: Marlene Preston, Virginia Tech; Kyle B. Love, Columbia College
Presenters:
Shawn Apostel, Eastern Kentucky University
Russell G. Carpenter, Eastern Kentucky Univ
Roxanne Cnudde, San Jose State University
Kimberly M. Cuny, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Shannon Arne Doyle, San Jose State University
Liz Harris, San Jose State University
Linda B. Hobgood, University of Richmond
Christiana M. Hopkins, Columbus State Community College
Luke LeFebvre, College of Southern Nevada
Deborah McGee, College of Charleston
Libby A. McGlone, Columbus State Comm College
Brandi Quesenberry, Virginia Tech
P. Anand Rao, Univ of Mary Washington
Beth Von Till, San Jose State University
202151
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Theorizing Frames and Framing through the Lens of Organizational Practice
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Jane E. Jorgenson, Univ of South Florida
Respondent: Eric M. Eisenberg, Univ of South Florida
"Exploring the Role of Framing in Transformational Views of Conflict" Linda L. Putnam, Univ of California, Santa
Barbara
"Framing Praxis and the Strategy-Dialogue Dialectic" Gail T. Fairhurst, Univ of Cincinnati
"Knowing, Framing, and Disorganization in an Airline’s Customer Service Campaign" Timothy Kuhn, Univ of
Colorado, Boulder
"The World Café: Fostering Frames of Serious Play" Jane E. Jorgenson, Univ of South Florida; Frederick Steier,
University of South Florida
202152
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Intercultural Communication and the Challenge of Ecology: Theoretical and Practical Reflections
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: S. Lily Mendoza, Oakland University
Respondent: Rona T. Halualani, San Jose State University
"Environmental and Global Citizenship: A Postcolonial Trajectory of Intercultural Communication Studies" Etsuko
Kinefuchi, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
"From 'Enculturation' to 'Initiation': Re-Thinking Intercultural Communication Education as Rite of Return Back into
Relationship to an Ecosystem" James Perkinson, Oakland Univeristy
"From Nationalist Politics to (Anarcho-)Primitivism: Expanding the Frontiers of Intercultural Communication Beyond
Modern Culture and Civilization" S. Lily Mendoza, Oakland University
202153
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Key Concepts in Understanding Chinese Communication Behaviors
Sponsors: Association for Chinese Communication Studies, International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Guo-Ming Chen, Univ of Rhode Island
Respondent: Rueyling Chuang, California State Univ, San Bernardino
"Politeness (Keqi): The Fragrance of Chinese Communication" Hairong Feng, Univ of Minnesota, Duluth
"Predestined Relation (Yuan): The Passionate and the Helpless of Chinese Communication" Hui-Ching Chang, Univ
of Illinois, Chicago
"Rites (Li): The Daily Ritual of Chinese Communication" Xiaosui Xiao, Hong Kong Baptist Univ
"Social Relations (Guanxi): A Chinese Approach to Interpersonal Communication" Ringo Ma, Hong Kong Baptist Univ
"Vital Force (Chi/Qi): A Power Factor in Chinese Concept of Communication" Jensen Chung, San Francisco State
Univ
202154
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
"A Single Man," but Multiple Media: Isherwood’s Voice through Time and Place
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division
Chair: Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
Presenters:
Jon Hoffman, University of Maryland
Lester C. Olson, Univ of Pittsburgh
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
202156
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Flight as Rhetorical Invention: Interpreting Voice and Voyage in Air and Space
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Stace Treat, Drake University
Respondent: Bill Balthrop, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"'Minutes Not Miles': America’s Air-Age and the Strategic Shrinking of Distance in Popular World War II
Cartographies" Timothy J. Barney, University of Richmond
"First Flight as Trope of Imagination: Orville Wright’s Denial of Military Intent" Julia S. O'Grady, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The Kairotic Moment and the Sky: Amelia Earhart's Arguments for Progress" Erin F. Doss, Purdue University
"The Voice of Earth: The Voyager Golden Record as Interstellar Rhetoric to Define the Terrestrial ‘People’" Samara
Mouvery, North Carolina State University
202157
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Encouraging Student Voices across the Communication Curriculum: A Panel Discussion on Courses and
Strategies
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Instructional Development Division
Chair: Kristen A. Chamberlain, Augsburg College
Presenters:
Mary Frances Casper, Boise State University
Kristen A. Chamberlain, Augsburg College
David H. Kahl Jr., Penn State Erie, Behrend College
Kristen McIntyre, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
JJ McIntyre, University of Central Arkansas
Adam W. Tyma, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
202158
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Communication and Creative Democracy: Expanding our Vision
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
"Click on Deweyan Democracy: John Dewey Joins the Online Literacy Debate" Shane Ralston, Penn State
University, Hazleton
"Communication and the Emergence of the Public: John Dewey and Creative Democracy" Cynthia Gayman, Murray
State University
"Discourses about American Citizenship and Democracy that Shape Public Understanding and Use of Electronic
Voting Technology: A Deweyan Perspective" Janet L. Evans, Regis University
"Etiquette as Common Ground: The Relevance of Rules within Discourse Communities" Kirstin Bratt, Penn State
University, Altoona; Moulay Youness Elbousty, Emory University
"Expanding Our Notion of Creative Democracy" Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
"Leisure, Communication, and Politics: Cultivating Creative Democracy" Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
9:00 AM
204021
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Communication and Technologically Diverse Media
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: Randy K. Dillon, Missouri State Univ; Adam C. Earnheardt, Youngstown State
Univ; Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman University
"01. A Comprehensive Model about Intimacy at a Distance: Denotative Analysis and Psychological Interpretations of
Para-social Interaction" Bin Shen, University of Alabama; Shuhua Zhou, University of Alabama
"02. A Videosharing Social Networking Intervention for Young Adult Cancer Survivors" Margaret McLaughlin,
University of Southern California; Yujung Nam, University of Southern California; Jessica Gould, Fundació Barcelona
Media; Courtney Schultz, Univ of Southern California; Kathy Meeske, University of Southern California; Kathleen
Ruccione, University of Southern California; Janet L. Fulk, Univ of Southern California
"03. Acting your Age Online: Predicting User Age from Avatar Chat, Appearance, and Behavior" Rosa Martey,
Colorado State University; Jennifer L. Stromer-Galley, Univ at Albany, SUNY; Mia Consalvo, MIT; Kelly Reene,
Lockheed Martin; Tomek Strzalkowski, SUNY, Albany; Michelle Weihmann-Purcell, Lockheed Martin; Jingsi Wu,
University of Albany, SUNY; Kevin Shiflett, Colorado State University; Jaime Banks, Colorado State University; Sharon
G. Small, SUNY, Albany; Michael Ferguson, SUNY, Albany
"04. Attachment Disorder: Updating Device Attachment Regulations for Technologically Converged Networks" Gwen
Shaffer, Univ of California, Irvine; Scott Jordan, University of California, Irvine
"05. Consequences of Internet Usage for Individual Social Capital: A Meta-Analysis" Aimei Yang, University of
Oklahoma
"06. Cyberbullying in Massively Multiplayer Online Collaborative Play: Perceptions of Bullies and Victims" Kimberly L.
Kulovitz, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Edward A. Mabry, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"07. Defending Defenders: Framing Analysis of the Walter Reed Scandal Coverage by the Washington Post and the
New York Times" Kseniya Ustinova, Central Michigan University; Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan Univ; Olga Loginova,
Central Michigan University
"08. For Whom the Bell Tolls: Parasocial Relationships and Emotional Rubbernecking in Facebook Memorial
Groups" Jocelyn DeGroot, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
"09. GLOing Depictions of Sexual Minorities: Sex & Sexuality in Gay- and Lesbian-Oriented Media" Bradley J. Bond,
Georgetown University
"10. In and Out, & Up and Down: Camera Perspectives and Perceived Truthfulness" Sinuk Kang, Westfield State
University; Mark G. Frank, State University of NY, University at Buffalo
"11. Interactivity in Video Game: Case Study of Fallout Series" Jin Kim, The College of Saint Rose; Jeffrey Serini,
Hope College
"12. Investigating the Multidimensionality of Character Involvement and Its Impact on Viewers’ Binge Drinking
Perceptions" Christopher J. McKinley, Montclair State University
"13. Is Anyone Listening to the Teacher’s Voice?" Chris Gurrie, University of Tampa
"14. Mediating the American Prison: Communication as Connection, Power, Stimulation, and Escape" Jessica
Crowell, Rutgers University
"15. Online Interaction and Relational Satisfaction: The Importance of Skills and Social Presence" David K.
Westerman, West Virginia University
"16. Self-Presentation on Social Network Sites: Development of a Self-Identity Expression Scale and its Relationship
with Social Competence" Sherice Gearhart, Texas Tech University; Kwan M. Lee, Univ of Southern California; Seok
Kang, University of Texas, San Antonio
"17. Social Media and Corporate Websites: An Empirical Analysis of Fortune 500 Companies’ Use of Social Media and
Web 2.0 Application in their Websites in CSR and Stakeholder Communication" Jee Young Chung, Southern Utah
University; Seoungho Cho, Soongsil University
"18. Social Media for Latinos: Are There Ethnic and Generational Difference in Cultural Identity
Presentation?" Adolfo Mora, University of Texas, San Antonio; Viviana Rojas, University of Texas, San Antonio; David
Moskowitz, University of Texas, San Antonio; Seok Kang, University of Texas, San Antonio
"19. Status Update: Privacy Boundaries and Health Disclosures on Facebook" James Steele, George Mason Univ;
LaKesha Anderson, Indiana State University; Megan Hanna Latwinas Tucker, George Mason Univ
"20. Stigma or Empowerment? What do Disabled People Say about their Representation in News and Entertainment
Media?" Beth Haller, Towson University; Lingling Zhang, Towson University
"21. Synchronous Voices in the Cloud Computing Environment: Using Google Documents in Student Writing
Groups" Jennifer T. Edwards, Tarleton State Univ
"22. Teen Adoption of iPhones: Expectations and Experiences" Lee Humphreys, Cornell University; Sahara Byrne,
Cornell University; Geri Gay, Cornell University
"23. Texting, Techspeak and Tweens: The Relationship between Text Messaging and Grammar Skills" Drew Cingel,
Wake Forest University; S. Shyam Sundar, Penn State University
"24. The Effects of Social Network Site Use on Perceived Social Support" Xun Liu, California State Univ, Stanislaus;
Nancy F. Burroughs, California State University, Stanislaus
"25. The Logistics of Communication: Radar as a Branch of Communication Theory" Judd A. Case, Manchester
College
"26. The New Frontier for Political Campaigns: Examining Social Media Use Among Voters in the 2010 Mid-term
Elections" Heather LaMarre, University of Minnesota; Elizabeth Housholder, University of Minnesota
"27. The Use of 'My Side' Reports to Request Type 2 Knowables: A Conceptual Broadening" Noah J. Franken, Univ
of Missouri, Columbia
"28. The Welcome Voice in Your Home: Examining the Relationship Between Radio Hosts and Listeners." Maureen
E. Savage, Indiana University
"29. The Wired Classroom: Strategies for Effective Hybrid Composition Teaching" Lauren Elizabeth Clark, North
Carolina State University
"30. Tuning into Tuning Out: Effects of MP3 Player Use on Social Interaction" Rannie Teodoro, Rutgers University
"31. Twitter, Cultural Industries and the Political Economy of Celebrity" Murali Balaji, Lincoln University
"32. Understanding Curriculum Studies in the Space of Technological Flow" Karen Ferneding, Southern Arkansas
University
"33. Unexpected Press Autonomy in Coverage of US-Canada Relations in the Cold War Era" Kate Dunsmore,
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"34. What Makes Good Games Go Viral? Examining the Role of Emotion and Enjoyment in Players’ Decision to Share
a Prosocial Digital Game" Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University
"35. What Moves You? Testing Personality Characteristics for Transportability in Entertainment" Thomas Meade,
University of Alabama
9:30 AM
205001
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
NCA Affirmative Action and Intercaucus Committee
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Nathan L. Carter, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Andy Kai-Chun Chuang, University of Denver
James Ferris, University of Toledo
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Roseann M. Mandziuk, Texas State University, San Marcos
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
205011
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Activism and Effecting Change in the Digital Age
Sponsor: Partnership for Progress on the Digital Divide
Chair: Rod Carveth, Fitchburg State Univ
"Egypt's Revolution: How a Country on the Low Side of the Digital Divide Tweeted Down a Dictator" Rasha Abdulla,
American Univ, Cairo
"Creating Awareness and Change via the Internet: The Impact of Leaks and Whistle-Blowing on Public
Policy" Kenneth J. Levine, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
"Preserving the Voice of Patients in the Pursuit of Individualized Care: The Efficacy of Electronic Messaging" Susan
M. Wieczorek, Univ of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
"Can Social Media Really Promote Social and Political Change? Prospects and Limits" Rod Carveth, Fitchburg State
Univ
205012
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Desperately Creating Women's Voices: Good, Bad and Ugly Media Depictions of Brides, Wives and
Mothers
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Alena Amato Ruggerio, Southern Oregon University
"Domesticating Matrimonial Monstrosity: Bridezilla and Narratives of Feminine Containment" Alyssa A. Samek,
University of Maryland
"Head above Water: Applying Nussbaum’s 'Capabilities Approach' to Deepa Mehta’s 2005 Film" Lauren J.
DeCarvalho, Pennsylvania State University
"Ladebelle Rants in Gray" Kami Anderson, Southern Polytechnic State Univ
"Loving Mothers, Virtuous Wives: Dr. Laura Schlessinger’s Attack of Liberal/Radical Feminism via the Archetypical
'True Woman'" Jenni Simon, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
"Marriage, Friendship, and Scandal: Constructing a Typology of Media Representations of Women in Desperate
Housewives" Paula V. Hopeck, Purdue University; Rebecca K. Ivic, Purdue University
"New! Analysis of Cleaning Commercials: Cuts Through Disgusting Grease and Grime of Occluded Gender/Sex
Hegemony" Caleb Bailey, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Sara Baker, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Normalizing an Obstetrics Model of Childbirth: Authenticity, Abridged Labor, and the Removal of Women’s Voices in
TLC’s A Baby Story" Emily Winderman, University of Georgia
205013
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
“Talking About My Girl”: Media Discussions of Women and the Double Binds They Create
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Candi Carter Olson, University of Pittsburgh
"'Party in the USA': Miley Cyrus and the Double Bind" Meredith Guthrie, University of Pittsburgh
"Publish and Be Damned: Media Coverage of Women Journalists" Candi Carter Olson, University of Pittsburgh
"Speaking For Others: The Post-Feminist, Post-Racial Politics of Anti-Abortion Legislation" Amber Kelsie, Univ of
Pittsburgh
"We Are Who We Are, But Are We Empowered? An Analysis of Kesha’s Lyrics" Jamie Huber, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
205014
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Managing Issues and Voice in Times of Emergency
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Michael J. Palenchar, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Respondent: Jae-Hwa Shin, Univ of Southern Mississippi
"Actional Legitimacy as a Response Strategy for Employee Hoaxes: Domino’s Response to Its YouTube
Crisis" Elizabeth L. Petrun, University of Kentucky; Timothy L. Sellnow, University of Kentucky; Shari R. Veil, University
of Kentucky
"Communicating in a Good Way: Using Spheres of Ethnocentricity to Pre-Plan Catastrophic Communication with
American Indian Communities to Empower the Marginalized Voice" Kimberly J. Cowden, University of North Dakota;
Robert S. Littlefield, North Dakota State Univ; Leander Mcdonald, Candeska Cikana
"The Dynamics of Activist Power Relationships: A Structurationist Approach to the Segmentation of Activist
Publics" Erich J. Sommerfeldt, Towson University
"Voice Up vs. Comfortably Numb: Inactive Publics in the Case of Shrimp Snack Crisis" Jarim Kim, University of
Maryland, College Park
205015
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Use Your SMI Voice! Social Media Engagement as an Academic and Empowerment Tool for Minority and
First Generation Students
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Rockell Brown-Burton, Texas Southern University
Presenters:
Dara Byrne, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Kandace Harris, Shaw University
Charmaine McKissick-Melton, North Carolina Central University
Respondent: Wanda Brockington, Norfolk State University
205022
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Rhetorics of Embodiment: Image, Diet, Sport
Sponsors: Performance Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Leland G Spencer, University of Georgia
Respondent: Bernard Armada, University of St. Thomas
"Gazing-Imaging Rhetoric and Women" Jamie Landau, Keene State College
"Drawing Certainty from Ambiguity: Modern Diets and the Rhetoric of Caveman Living" John Lynch, University of
Cincinnati; Brian Cordell, University of Cincinnati; Keally DeWitt, University of Cincinnati
"The Democracy of Boy Life: Theodore Roosevelt’s Epideictic Advocacy of Sport" Karen L. Hartman, California State
University, Stanislaus; Daniel O'Rourke, Ashland University
"Which Bodies Get to Play? Using Community Values to Resolve Community/Individual Tensions in International
Sport" Ruth J. Beerman, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
205023
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Numbers in (Inter)action: How the Number of Participants Matters for the Organization of Talk-inInteraction
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Geoffrey Raymond, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Opening Numbers" Danielle Pillet-Shore, Univ of New Hampshire
"Partitioning Parties: Practices for Managing Persons and Parties in Conversational Storytelling" Jenny S.
Mandelbaum, Rutgers University
"Repair in Multiperson Conversation: Selecting 'Others' in Other-initiated Repair" Galina Bolden, Rutgers University
"Speaking to an Outsider - Speaking as an Outsider" Gene Lerner, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Kerstin Botsch,
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg; Kyu-hyun Kim, Kyung Hee University, Korea; Joshua D. Kuntzman, University of
California, Santa Barbara; Martin Pfeiffer, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
205024
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Rhetoric in Crisis
Sponsors: Chinese Communication Association, Public Address Division
Chair: Mei Zhang, Missouri Western State Univ
Respondent: Blake Abbott, University of Richmond
"Rehearing the Voice of Tiananmen: Turning the Tide" Lin-Lee Lee, National Kaohsiung Normal Univ
"Collision over the South China Sea: Chinese Discursive Attack Following the 2001 Spy Plane Incident" Kevin A
Stein, Southern Utah Univ
"The Limitations of Simulated Atonement: George W. Bush in Jackson Square" Ryan M. Neville-Shepard, Indiana
University-Purdue University, Columbus
"Finding 'Family' in 'Darkness': Archetypal Metaphor and the April 17 Convocation at Virginia Tech" Frank Waddell,
Virginia Tech University
205025
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
From YouTube to Guerrilla Art: Ethnographies of Anarchist Cultural Production
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Michael Truscello, Mount Royal University
Presenters:
Jesse Cohn, Purdue North Central
Ted Gournelos, Rollins College
Nathan Jun, Midwestern State University
Michael Truscello, Mount Royal University
205028
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Mass Media, Cutural Changes and Development Communication in China
Sponsor: Chinese Communication Association
Chair: Dong Han, Eastern New Mexico University
"Born in 1984— The Post-socialist 'Cultural Turn' of Southern Weekend, 1984-1992" Wenrui Chen, University of
Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Brother Sharp: Constructing Semiotic Democracy in Mash-up Culture" Yu Zhang, Rutgers University
"Domestic Initiatives and Global Contexts: Reinventing Copyright Law in Contemporary China" Dong Han, Eastern
New Mexico University
"Grassroots, Capitalism and Centralism: How Online Video Commodification Change Chinese Cyberspace" Ruiqing
Ma, Peking University
"Professionalism as Bureaucratic Control in Market-oriented Journalism: An Examination of Tabloid Practice in Apple
Daily" Jing Liu, City University of Hong Kong
205029
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Challenged Voices: Censored, Harassed, Muted, and Protested
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Paula McKenzie, Bethune-Cookman University
Respondent: Debbi A. Hatton, Sam Houston State Univ
"Creative Disruption: Challenging the Disciplining Effects of Regulation and Surveillance in Public Spaces of
Protest" Billie Murray, Villanova University
"Cyberharassment and Cyberbullying: 'There Ought to be a Law!'" Juliet L. Dee, University of Delaware
"Muting the Voice of Nonprofit Organizations" Daniel Brown, Grove City College
"Toward a Theory of Censorship" Min Ju Lee, Far East University
205031
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Mediating Queer Identity
Sponsors: Critical and Cultural Studies Division, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication
Studies Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Lucy Miller, Texas A&M Univ
Respondent: Harry W. Haines, Montclair State Univ
"All in the Family? Heteronormative Ideology in The Kids Are All Right " Elena Martinez, California State University,
San Bernardino
"Grievable Gays: The Mass Medias’ Coverage of LGBT Teen Suicides Adds to the Body of Tolerance
Discourse" Heather Roy, Syracuse University
"Leaving or Losing the 'Walled Garden'? Gaystreaming / Mainstreaming Gay At Logo" Eve Ng, University of
Massachusetts, Amherst
"The Paradoxes of Martyrdom: Media Portrayal and Discourse Surrounding Gay Suicides" Jeremy Johnson, Ripon
College
205051
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
From Voiceless Names to Nameless Voices: Lost but Found Pioneers in the Philosophy of
Communication
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Isaac Catt, Duquesne University
"Philosophy of Communication and the Voice of Story: Umberto Eco" Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
"Playing the Language Game: Where is Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Voice?" Gary P. Radford, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"Recovering the 'Nameless Voice' of Edward Sapir: Embodiment, Dialogue, and the Social Matrix of
Communication" Deborah Eicher-Catt, Penn State University
"The (Lost) Voice of (Lived) Experience: Merleau-Ponty’s Philosophy of the Flesh and the Chalk Outline of
Embodiment" Frank J. Macke, Mercer University
205052
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Graduate Student Directed Forensics Programs: A Panel Discussion on Maintaining Team Voice Without
Faculty Position Support
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, National Forensic Association
Chair: Amorette Hinderaker, North Dakota State University
Presenters:
Nigel Haarstad, North Dakota State University
Danielle Holbrook, Florida State University
Andrew C Jones, Louisiana State University
Stephanie G. Schartel, University of Oklahoma
John Schultz, Purdue University
Respondent: George F. LaMaster, Marian University
205053
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Arctic Voices: Can You Hear Me Now?
Sponsors: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Karen Taylor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
"Canaries in a Coal Mine: The Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy and Local Climate DecisionMaking" Karen Taylor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Brook Gamble, ACCAP; Sarah Trainor, ACCAP
"Listening to the Climate Change from the Voices of Arctic Residents: Dialectic Tensions in the Canadian North" Eric
L. Morgan, New Mexico State Univ
"Sounding Off on Polar Bears: Discursive Designations in a Changing Climate" Abigail Salmon, University of Utah
205054
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Voices from the Liminal: Latina/o Pedagogical Experiences
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
Presenters:
Kevin-Khristian J. Cosgriff-Hernandez, Tara Trask, LLC
Elena Esquibel, California State University Long Beach
David A. Hanley-Tejeda, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Amanda Rae Martinez, University of Houston Downtown
Olivia Gessella Perez-Langley, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Raquel Portilho, University of Denver
Respondent: Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
205055
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Voices of Health Communication: Provider Perspectives
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Health Communication Division
Chair: Laura Cooley, Bowling Green State University / American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
Respondent: Laura Cooley, Bowling Green State University / American Academy on Communication in Healthcare
"'Oh Girl, Why Do You Want to Work With Dying People?' An Examination of How Hospice Volunteers Voice Motives
and Role to Outsiders" Zachary White, Queens University, Charlotte; Cristina Gilstrap, Drury University
"Health Literacy and Patient Empowerment: The Role of Medical Interpreters in Bilingual Health
Communication" Elaine Hsieh, University of Oklahoma
"Health Literacy and Patient-Centered Care: Communicative and Critical Health Literacy Can Give Patients a
Voice" Anna Rankin, University of Kentucky
"Listening to Unheard Voices: Nurses' Experiences with the NRS Pain Scale" Matthew H. Barton, Southern Utah
Univ; Pam Branin, Southern Utah University; Robert DePoe, Southern Utah University; Lindsey Fullerton, Southern
Utah University
205060
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Graduate Teaching Assistants in the Basic Speech Course: Voicing Concerns about the Future
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: William L. Mullen, Liberty University
Presenters:
Kevin R. Meyer, Illinois State University
Faith E. Mullen, Liberty University
William L. Mullen, Liberty University
Thomas Steinfatt, University of Miami
Michael A. Tew, Eastern Michigan University
Michael Zizzi, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
205061
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Selected Papers in Assessment
Sponsor: Communication Assessment Division
Chair: Phil Backlund, Central Washington University
"Assessing the Effectiveness of Public Speaking Instruction on Students’ Cognitive Learning, Skill Development, and
Public Speaking Apprehension" Gil Castillo, University of Texas, Brownsville / Texas Southmost College; Timothy P.
Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
"Developing a Crystallized Methodology in Assessing Public Speaking Programs in Higher Education" William Huddy,
University of Denver
"The Development and Use of the Public Speaking Competence Rubric" Lisa Schreiber, Millersville University;
Gregory Paul, Millersville University
"The Voices of Communication Assessment: What We have Learned from a 3-pronged Value-added Measurement
Approach to Departmental Assessment" C. Leigh Nelson, James Madison University; Annick Dupal, James Madison
University; Shannon Johnson, James Madison University; Toni S. Whitfield, James Madison Univ; Timothy C. Ball,
James Madison Univ; Matthew Brigham, James Madison University; Lori Leonard Britt, James Madison Univ; Corey A.
Hickerson, James Madison Univ
205062
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Visual Rhetoric, Literacy, Centrality and Design: A Discussion of Various Approaches to Visual Research
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Victoria Gallagher, North Carolina State University
Presenters:
Kelly Norris Martin, Rochester Institute of Technology
Lawrence J. Prelli, Univ of New Hampshire
Narine Yegiyan, Univ of California, Davis
William Yousman, Eastern CT State University
Respondent: Victoria Gallagher, North Carolina State University
205070
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Helping ESL Students Find Their Voice in the Public Speaking Classroom
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Janice R. Stuckey, Jefferson State Community College
Presenters:
Becky Belter, Jackson Community College
David L. Bodary, Sinclair Community College
Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
Christa Tess, Minneapolis Community College
205071
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Commodified Flesh, Forgotten Histories, and Marginalized Voices: Exploring Performance in Red Light
Districts
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Nicole Wood, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Respondent: Justin T. Trudeau, University of North Texas
"Empowering the Children: The Staging of Agency in the Documentary 'Born into Brothels: Calcutta’s Red Light
Kids'" Meghann McGuire, Penn State Berks
"From the Red Light District to Victoria’s Secret: A Genealogy of the Flesh Market" Raquel Polanco, Louisiana State
University
"Storyville: A Genealogy of Marginalized Voices and Creative Invention" Savannah Ganster, Louisiana State
University
"Video Games: Prostitution, Performance, and Power" Lyndsay Michalik, Louisiana State University
205072
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Research on New and Emerging Technologies in Instruction
Sponsors: Human Communication and Technology Division, Instructional Development Division
Chair: Kristen Eichhorn, SUNY, Oswego
Respondent: Kerk Kee, Chapman University
"Development and Validation of a Computer-Mediated Instructional Immediacy Measure" Stephanie E. Kelly, Univ of
Tennessee, Knoxville; Michael Kotowski, University of Tennessee
"Exploring the Relationship between Student-instructor Interaction on Twitter and Student Perceptions of Teacher
Behaviors" John McArthur, Queens University, Charlotte; Kristen Bostedo-Conway, Queens University, Charlotte
"Online Spaces for Education and Communication Development: Developing Argumentative Discourse Skills in Online
Educational Games" Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University; Jonathan D. D'Angelo, Ohio State University
"Student Response Systems: Impact of Clicker Technology on Learning" Tanya Joosten, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Dalal Al-budawai, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Nathanael England, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee;
Jennifer Hawkins, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Jenna McNallie, Purdue University; Lara C. Stache, Univ of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Mike Allen, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Tapping into the Stream of Expert Voices to Create Self-directed Learning Experiences for Digital Natives" Shannan
H. Butler, St. Edwards University; Corinne Weisgerber, St. Edwards University
205073
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Giving Voice to Diverse Audiences: Hands on Training for a Wide Audience
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Liane Gray-Starner, Marietta College
Presenters:
Liane Gray-Starner, Marietta College
Julie Parenteau, Global Perceptions Communication and Relocation Consulting
Jennifer Walton, Ohio Northern Univ
205093
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Writing, "Ranting" and "Yellin": Women’s Partisan Voice in the Nineteenth-Century United States
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Public Address Division
Chair: Amy R. Slagell, Iowa State Univ
"'Lest I Bore You With Rant': Ordinary Northern Women’s Partisan Rhetoric at the Onset of Civil War" Ronald J.
Zboray, Univ of Pittsburgh; Mary Saracino Zboray, Univ of Pittsburgh
"'Mary Yellin': Mary Elizabeth Lease and a Feminized Populist Politic" Emily Ann Berg, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"The Political Voice of Mary Ann Shadd Cary and the Genesis of African American Foreign Correspondence" Jinx
Broussard, Louisiana State University
205095
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
But Fade Away? The Current Status of "Organizational Culture" in Organizational Communication
Studies
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Bryan C. Taylor, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Presenters:
Karen Lee Ashcraft, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
J. Kevin Barge, Texas A&M Univ
Kirsten Broadfoot, Colorado State University
Francois Cooren, Université de Montréal
James Fortney, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Matthew A. Koschmann, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Timothy Kuhn, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
James McDonald, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Bryan C. Taylor, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Respondents: Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University; Linda L. Putnam, Univ of California, Santa
Barbara; Francois Cooren, Université de Montréal; Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
205101
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Girls and Boys (Who Like Boys) Who Like Girls: Cultural Performances of Gender and Sexuality
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Shayne Pepper, Northeastern Illinois University
Respondent: Wendy Hilton-Morrow, Augustana College
"'The Blood Is the Life!' Menstruation and Its Covert Appearance in Stephenie Meyer's Breaking Dawn" Amanda
Firestone, Univ of South Florida
"Living Dolls: Object-ification and the Child Beauty Pageant" Kristin S. Stimpson, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Time and Space Compression in Fox’s 24: Affordance of Narrative in Revealing a Masculinist Discourse" Mina Tsay,
Boston University
"Walker Family Values: Visualizing and Disciplining Queers in the Televised American Family" Thomas R. Dunn, Univ
of Georgia
205103
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Negotiating Space and Place: From Urban Geography to Digital Worlds
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Timothy J. Barney, University of Richmond
Respondent: Linda Levitt, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
"From Narcissus to the Labyrinth: Dis/Orientation Technologies for the Mazeophobic Anxiety" Alex Ingersoll,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Performing in the Alternative Cityscape: Diffused Intertextual Production and Standpoint Performance" Joshua
Atkinson, Bowling Green State University; Clayton Rosati, Bowling Green State Univ; Alexandru Stana, Bowling Green
State University; Sean Watkins, Bowling Green State University
"Rhetorics of Rejuvenation: Destruction, Temporality, & the Neo-liberal Co-optation of Space" Brook Irving,
University of Iowa
205104
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
What Journalism was and what Journalism is: Tracing the Evolution of Journalistic Practice over Time
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Stanley D. Tickton, Norfolk State Univ
Respondent: Zhuojun Joyce Chen, Univ of Northern Iowa
"Community-funded Journalism" Lian Jian, Univ of Southern California; Nikki Usher, George Washington University
"A Wolf in a Sheepskin: Affirmation and Transformation of the Professional Identity in the Rhetoric of Journalistic
Symbolic Rebirth" Jelena Petrovic, University of New Mexico
"Does Medium Matter? It Depends. Exploring the Role of Media Type and Organizational Mores on Journalistic
Accountability" Nicole Joseph, Northwestern University
"Journalistic Field Wars: Defending and Attacking the National Narrative" Robert Handley, University of Denver; Lou
W. Rutigliano, Trinity University
"Tracing the Story of the Wronged Cheerleader: Implications for Journalism Practice" Brett Lunceford, Univ of South
Alabama
205106
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
The Volunteer Organization
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Todd M. Norton, Washington State Univ
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Respondent: Maria Dixon, Southern Methodist University
"Communication and Organizational Outcomes in a Volunteer Organization: Satisfaction, Commitment,
Organizational Citizenship Behaviors and Beyond" Angela Gist, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Michael W. Kramer,
University of Oklahoma
"Volunteer by Day, Tourist by Night: Organizational Socialization of the Voluntourist" Jenna Ellen Haugen, University
of Kansas
"Volunteer Dissent: Promoting Volunteer Voice" Kirstie McAllum, University of Waikato
"Where the Wild Things Are: A Look at Zoo Volunteers through the Lens of Social Exchange Theory" Elizabeth
Austin, Pepperdine University; Keli Finnerty-Myers, Pepperdine University
205108
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Rhetorical/Visual/Textual Analyses and Applied Communication Research
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Sarah N. Heiss, University of Vermont
Respondent: Joshua Boyd, Purdue University
"Dramatism and the Difficult Case: Applying the Pentad to Interdisciplinary Health Communication" Elissa Foster,
Lehigh Valley Health Network; Jay Baglia, Kutztown University
"Drawing Light(ening) from the Clouds of Social Aggression: A Visual Narrative Analysis of Girls’ Metaphors" Erin
Willer, University of Denver
"Exploring Organizational Legitimacy in Nonprofit Wrongdoing" Ashley Jones-Bodie, Louisiana State University
"What Counts? For Whom? Valuing Cultural Scorecards" Arvind Singhal, University of Texas, El Paso; Lucia Dura,
University of Texas, El Paso; Laurel Felt, Univ of Southern California
205115
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Special Topics in New Media Research
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Kristin L. Drogos, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Respondent: Robert H. Gobetz, University of Indianapolis
"The Metaphors of Virtual Worlds: How People Make Sense of a Virtual World via the Physical World" CarrieLynn D.
Reinhard, Dominican University
"State Legislator Online Communication in 2011: What a Difference Five Years Makes?" Amber Narro, Southeastern
Louisiana University; Meghan Gereaue, Southeastern Louisiana University; Christopher Metz, Southeastern Louisiana
University
"Digital Radio's Global Dilemma" John Nathan Anderson, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"There’s an App for Africa: New Public Diplomacy and the U.S. State Department’s 'Apps4Africa' Contest" Lacey
Milam, MetroStar Systems Support Contractor to the United States Department of State; Elizabeth Avery, University of
Tennessee
"The Effect of Online News Story Comments on Other Readers' Attitudes: Focusing on the Case of Incongruence
between News Tone and Comments" Hyonjin Ahn, University of Alabama
205122
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Negotiating Rhetorical Borders: Nature, Space, and Nation
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: D. Robert DeChaine, California State University, Los Angeles
"Speaking of Space: Integrating Spatial and Rhetorical Movement" Kaitlyn G. Patia, Univ of Minnesota
"Taxidermied Wild: The Cipher of Bruno the Voiceless Bear" Natasha Seegert, University of Utah
"Tears of Blood Shall Flow: National Utopia and Dystopia in Turkish National Anthem" Ali Ersen Erol, Howard
University
"Whose Liberty? Berlusconi’s First Liberation Day Speech: Crafting Bi-partisan Consensus through Ideographs and
Polysemy" Pamela Pietrucci, University of Washington
205125
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
A Meeting of the Minds: Framing Theory and Rhetorical Analysis
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: David M. Lucas, Ohio University Southern
"A Candidate Commodified: Linda McMahon as a WWE product in the 2010 Senate Campaign" Jeff Walker,
University of Alabama
"George W. Bush's Financial Crisis: A Contemporary Application of Windt's Domestic Crisis Rhetoric Model" Mike
Bergmaier, Penn State University
"Midterm Musings: Issue Framing in The Daily Show during the 2010 Elections" Matthew Danelo, University of
Georgia
"Not Just Crazy: An Explanation of the Resonance of the Birther Narrative" Jaclyn Howell, University of Kansas
"The Making of the Tea Party: Agenda Setting and Framing through the Lenses of Media System Dependency
Theory" Laura Alberti, Univ of Southern California
205127
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Giving Voice to Issues of Mental Health
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Tara Schuwerk, Stetson University
"The 'Who?' in Mental Health Reporting: How National Television News Outlets use Sources to Tell Stories about
Depression and Anxiety" Jessica G. Myrick, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Lesa Hatley Major, Indiana
University, Bloomington; Stacie Meihaus Jankowski, Indiana University, Bloomington
"Theory of Planned Behavior: Predicting Intention to Intervene with a Suicidal Peer" Rosalie Shemanski Aldrich,
Indiana Univ East
"The Impact of Parasocial Interaction on Disordered Eating Behaviors" Kate Kurtin, University of Connecticut;
Carolyn Lagoe, University of Connecticut; Kirstie M. Farrar, University of Connecticut; Mark Hamilton, University of
Connecticut
"Promoting Mental Health Help-Seeking Behavior Among First-Year College Students" Kami J. Silk, Michigan State
University; Kristin Pace, Michigan State University; Samantha Nazione, Michigan State University; Jan Eaglin-Collins,
Michigan State University; Juliette Niemi, Michigan State University
"Examining Communication Privacy Management and Disclosures of Depression in Young Adult Friendships" Leah
Seurer, University of Denver
205128
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Digital and Social Media in Campaigns and Elections
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: LaChrystal Ricke, Sam Houston State Univ
Respondent: Jeanette Castillo, Florida State University
"Digital Voices and the Potential for Propaganda: Reconsidering the Use of Virtual Environments in Public
Diplomacy" John Minbiole, Penn State University
"Ditching the Pack: Digital Media in the 2010 Brazilian Congressional Campaigns" Jason Gilmore, University of
Washington
"Messaging Through Microsites: Analysing the Content of Campaign-Produced Microsites and their Possibilities for
Understandings of Campaign Communication" Jessica Anne Baldwin-Philippi, Northwestern University
"Twitter and Election Outcomes: Quantitative Analysis of the Relationship between Twitter and the 2010 House of
Representatives Election" Yoshikazu Suzuki, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
205129
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Prison Blogs, African Ontology and Dialogics of Buber and Bohm
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
Respondent: Timothy Paul Huffman, Arizona State University
"Alleviating Western Academic Stress with African Spiritual Ontology" Amy R. Pearson, Arizona State Univ
"The Conceptions of Dialogue Developed by Martin Buber and David Bohm" Slavica Kodish, Eckerd College
"Voice from Rikers: Spirituality in Hip Hop Artist Lil’ Wayne’s Blog from Prison" Sharon Lauricella, Univ of Ontario
Institute of Technology; Matt Alexander, University of Ontario Institute Tech
205130
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Social Cognitive Aspects of Media Effects
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Alicia Mason, Pittsburg State University
Respondent: Chad Mahood, The University of Texas at San Antonio
"Financial Risk Information Processing in Hong Kong: An Application of the Risk Information Seeking and Processing
(RISP) Model" Zhuowen Dong, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Lai Shan (Lisa) Tam, Chinese University of Hong
Kong
"Testing a Dual-Process Model of Media Enjoyment and Appreciation" Robert Lewis, Michigan State University; Ron
Tamborini, Michigan State University; Rene Weber, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"When It’s Not Fake: Realism Assessments and Empathic Distress to Real Media Violence" Mary Grace Antony,
Schreiner University
"Priming Intuitive Morality: The Effect of Heroes and Villains on Immediate Affective Response to Moral Stimuli" Ron
Tamborini, Michigan State University; Matthew Grizzard, Michigan State University; Robert Lewis, Michigan State
University; Allison L. Eden, VU University Amsterdam
205131
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Voice and Media: Inquiries into the Interfaces of Media, Voice and Mind
Sponsor: Media Ecology Association
Chair: Susan A. Jasko, California Univ of Pennsylvania
Respondent: Thom Gencarelli, Manhattan College
"Reading, Media Ecology, and Neuroscience" Teresa M. Harrison, Univ at Albany, SUNY; John Foldy, SUNY, Albany
"When Western Typography Met Chinese Books: A Media Ecology Perspective on Translations Printed during the
Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries" Liangyu Fu, Univ of Pittsburgh
"Voice, Vision, and the Discarnate Global Village: How 'Invisible People' Shape Communication Bias Via the
Internet" Jeffrey Eisenberg, Villanova University
"Coded Apparatus: An Examination of the Relationship Between Technicians and Consoles in the Live
Event" Christopher Dahlie, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
205132
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Transatlantic Voices of Leadership and Engagement: A Discussion Panel on the Benjamin Franklin
Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute (BFTF)
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Allan Louden, Wake Forest University
Presenters:
Alessandra Beasley Von Burg, Wake Forest University
Jon Bougher, Wake Forest University
Timothy Nathaniel French, Wake Forest University
Shelley Graves Sizemore, Wake Forest University
Taylor Hahn, University of Pittsburgh
Odile Hobeika, University of Pittsburgh
Ashley R. Muddiman, Univ of Texas, Austin
Linda Petrou, Wake Forest University
Ron Von Burg, Christopher Newport Univ
Respondent: Allan Louden, Wake Forest University
205134
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
Issues of Race and Face
Sponsors: Communication as Social Construction Division, International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Hairong Feng, Univ of Minnesota, Duluth
Respondent: Anthony Spencer, San Ignacio de Loyola
"Establishing Cross-Cultural Measurement Equivalence of Scales Associated with Face-Negotiation Theory: A Critical
Issue in Cross-Cultural Comparisons" Courtney V Fletcher, Univ of Portland; Masato Nakazawa, University of New
Mexico; Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University; John Oetzel, Univ of Waikato; Stella Ting-Toomey, California State Univ,
Fullerton; Shau-Ju Chang, National Taiwan Normal University; Qin Zhang, Fairfield University
"Culture and Facework Strategies" Wonsun Kim, George Mason Univ; Xiaowen Guan, University of St. Thomas; Hee
Sun Park, Michigan State University
"Hard Rock and Ethno-National Identity on World Tour: An Analysis of Hate Speech in Identity
Construction" Christian Vukasovich, Bowling Green State University
"Silent Voice of Protest: The Silent Riot of Bagram Prison" Adam Knowlton, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
205141
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Confronting Family Difficulty: Silence, Hurt, Divorce, and Forgiveness
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Kendra Knight, Arizona State Univ
Respondent: Douglas L. Kelley, Arizona State Univ
"Giving Voice to the Silence: Attributional Variations for Parent-child Estrangement" Kristen Carr, Univ of Nebraska,
Lincoln; Amanda J. Holman, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Jenna Stephenson-Abetz, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Jody
Koenig Kellas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Elizabeth Vagnoni, RBI Creative Consultants
"Investigating the Role of Hurtful Family Environment in Affectionate Communication and Relationship
Satisfaction" Colin Hesse, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri; James B. Roberts, Univ
of Missouri, Columbia
"Analyzing Divorce from Cultural and Network Approaches: Toward a Global Theory of Divorce (GTOD)" Tamara
Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara; Sharde M. Davis, University of California, Santa Barbara; Amanda N.
Denes, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Anne Casillas, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Voicing the Knot of Conditional Forgiveness" Dayna N. Kloeber, Arizona State Univ, West
205142
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Seeking and Establishing Esteem and Identity
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Carmen Lee, San Diego State Univ
Respondent: Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
"'I’m Not that Kind of Stripper': An Ethnography of the Continuous Negotiation of Stripper Identity through the Initial
Introductory Conversation" Cassandra Costantini, California State Univ, Sacramento
"A Longitudinal Study of the Relationship between Identity Uncertainty and Well-being During the Transition to
College" Amanda G. Goodwin, Penn State University; Denise Solomon, Penn State University
"The Relationship between Esteem Support and Job Search Behavior" Amanda J. Holmstrom, Michigan State
University; Jessica C. Russell, Michigan State University; David D. Clare, Michigan State University
"Voicing a Social Identity Crisis: The Effects of Self-esteem and Collective Self-esteem on Co-cultural Communication
Strategies" Katie Margavio Striley, Ohio University
205143
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Aggression and Bullying in Non-Romantic Relationships
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Stacy Westerman, University of Georgia
Respondent: Pamela Lannutti, Boston College
"Conceptualization and Test of an Aggression Competence Model" Anne Nicotera, George Mason Univ; Alice
Catalani, George Mason University; Naomi Simpson, George Mason University; James Steele, George Mason Univ
"A Target’s Perspective: Coping Strategies, Relational Harm, and Verbal Aggressiveness" Randy Roper, University of
Oklahoma; Amy Janan Johnson, University of Oklahoma
"Mean Girls in College: Communication of Female Relational Aggression in the College Environment" Aimee E.
Miller-Ott, University of Hartford; Lynne Kelly, University of Hartford; Alicia Linder, University of Hartford; Jasmaine
Seaberry, University of Hartford; Caitlin Francis, University of Hartford; Megan Bassick, University of Hartford; Andrea
MacDonald, University of Hartford
"The Role of Cyber and Face-to-Face Verbal Bullying on Adolescent Victims" Laura Catherine Farrell, North Dakota
State Univ
205151
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Communication Technologies and Personal Relationship Types: Who Uses What Media, For What
Functions, With What Effects?
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chairs: Joseph B. Walther, Michigan State University; Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
Respondent: Artemio Ramirez, University of South Florida Polytechnic
"Computer Mediated Communication and Disabled Individuals in Social Relational Communication" Mijung Kim,
Michigan State University
"Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking" Megan Wilson, University of Kentucky; Tor Bjornrud, Michigan State University
"Dating via Computer-Mediated Communication: Uses, Functions, and Future Direction" Joshua Hillyer, University of
Kentucky; Rebecca Gray, Michigan State University
"Doctor-Patient Computer Mediated Communication" Robert Zuercher, University of Kentucky; Austin Lee, Michigan
State University
"Mediated Friendships: The Functions of CMC Technology for Close Friendships" Kelley Cowden, University of
Kentucky; Pamela L. Pommerenke, Michigan State University
"Spouses’ Use of Computer Mediated Communication: Functions, Theoretical Implications and Future
Directions" Martha Perry, University of Kentucky; Ryan Fewins-Bliss, Michigan State University
205152
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Teaching Communication Ethics: The Classroom, Curriculum, and the Public Sphere
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chairs: Paula S. Tompkins, St. Cloud State Univ; Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Presenters:
Robert L. Ballard, Pepperdine University
Lori J.N. Charron, Concordia University
Melissa A. Cook, St. Vincent College
Melba Hoffer, Grand Valley State Univ
Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Spoma Jovanovic, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Paula S. Tompkins, St. Cloud State Univ
205153
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
International Forensic Association Business Meeting
Sponsor: International Forensic Association
Presenters:
Clark D. Olson, Arizona State University
Terry L. Rogers, Casper College
Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
Marjorie Hazeltine, San Jose State University
K. Jeanine Congalton, California State University, Fullerton
Barbara Baron, Brookdale Community College
205154
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
"Can We Be Heard?" Global Voices - Local Choices
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Mary M. Meares, University of Alabama
Respondent: Teresa Pierce, Univ of Ontario Institute of Technology
"Blogging by Undocumented Youth in the United States" Anjana Mudambi, University of New Mexico
"Converging Voices: Euro-Muslim Online Identity Negotiation in Times of Social Change" Gordon Alley-Young,
Kingsborough Comm College
"Digital Voice as a Mechanism for Employee Empowerment" Mary M. Meares, University of Alabama
"Indian Digital Divide" Preeti Mudliar, University of Texas, Austin
"Raising Her Digital Voice: How One Cyberconduit’s Activism Connected the World" Teresa Pierce, Univ of Ontario
Institute of Technology
205156
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
The Voice of Mentorship: “Spotlight” on Tom Frentz as Teacher and Mentor
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Robert Terrill, Indiana University
Presenters:
Sharon D. Downey, California State Univ, Long Beach
Cortney Smith, Indiana University
Stephen Smith, University of Arkansas
Jane S. Sutton, Penn State York
Thom Vaughn, Arkansas Technical University
Respondent: Thomas S. Frentz, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
205157
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Civilian Voices: Positioning, Performing, and Testifying at Federal Government Hearings
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Hilary Franklin, Carnegie Mellon University
"From Enemies to Civilians: Personal Testimony as Rhetorical Reparations in the CWRIC Report" Hilary Franklin,
Carnegie Mellon University
"Late-Night Television Comedy, Mid-Afternoon Congressional Testimony: Attacks on Stephen Colbert’s House
Judiciary Committee Appearance" Josh Compton, Dartmouth College
"Pleading the First Instead of the Fifth: Institutional Backing and Deliberative Rhetoric in Seeger’s HUAC
Testimony" Mark Thompson, Carnegie Mellon University
"The Ledbetter Legacy: From One Woman’s Words to Corporate Compliance" Susan E. Kelley, Duquesne University
"Voicing Concern over 'Porn Rock': The Parents Music Resource Choice’s Campaign Against Popular Music" Adam
Perry, Pennsylvania State University
205158
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Finding a Voice in Communication: Establishing a Communication Major in the 21st Century
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Susan Simkowski, Univ of Arkansas, Ft. Smith
Presenters:
Douglas L. Battema, Western New England University
Bethany Goodier, College of Charleston
Kara Laskowski, Shippensburg University
Tomeka Robinson, Marietta College
Deborah J. Wooldridge, Coe College
Respondent: Carolyn Thompson, University of Arkansas Fort Smith
11:00 AM
208001
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
NCA Publications Board Meeting
Sponsor: NCA Publications Board
Presenters:
Allan Sillars, Univ of Montana
Sara Hayden, Univ of Montana
Craig R. Smith, California State Univ, Long Beach
Paul Schrodt, Texas Christian University
John M. Sloop, Vanderbilt University
Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
208011
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Relationships in the Classroom: An Outcomes Focused Discussion
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Aaron Noland, James Madison University
Respondent: Aaron Noland, James Madison University
"An Exploration of the Relationship between Perceived Faculty Empathy, Student Motivation for Learning, and
Learning Indicators" Lawrence Nadler, Miami University; Marjorie Keeshan Nadler, Miami University
"Assessing Social Support at the University Level: The Relationship between a Supportive Educational Environment
and Student Success/Satisfaction" Ashley Joiner George, University of Alabama
"Student-Student Relationships and Student Learning" Mark Ward, Univ of Houston, Victoria
"Student-Teacher-Student Relationships as Interpersonal Relationships: An Application of Knapp's Model." Jennifer
Walton, Ohio Northern Univ
208012
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
“Oh Well, Whatever, Nevermind”: Grunge as Performance Twenty Years Later
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Kristine Weglarz, Trinity University
Respondent: Ariel Gratch, Louisiana State University
"Arena Rock as Social Conscience: Pearl Jam, Politics and Liveness" Kristine Weglarz, Trinity University
"Grunge Girls: The Negotiation of Gender Identity through Rock Music Performance in the 1990s" Matthew G.
Gerber, Baylor University
"Smells like Plaid: Performing Grunge on Grunge" Benjamin D. Haas, Louisiana State University
"Voice of a Voiceless Generation: The Comic Anti-Heroics of Kurt Cobain" Christopher Gilbert, Indiana University,
Bloomington
208013
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Voices from the Coffee Table: Women and Magazines
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Andrea Mitnick, Kutztown University
Respondent: Andrea Mitnick, Kutztown University
"A Brief History of Women's Magazines" Andrea Mitnick, Kutztown University
"Giving Voice to a Movement through the Pages of the Woman's Journal" Mary Carver, University of Central
Oklahoma
"Glamour-izing Female Militarism: Magazine Advertisements, Representations and the Women's Army Corps" Jessica
Ghilani, University of Pittsburgh
"Good Housekeeping Magazine and the Reframing of Domesticity during Wartime" Natalie Jones Keech, Front
Range Community College
"Lifting Sistas Up: Essence Magazine as the Enduring Voice for Black Women" Janice D. Hamlet, Northern Illinois
Univ
"The Voice that Calls to Simplicity" Jill Tyler, University of South Dakota
208014
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Organization-Public Relationships and the Voice of Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Mary Helen Brown, Auburn University
Respondent: Bonita Dostal Neff, Valparaiso University
"Corporate Blogs for Public Relations: Relationship Management and Blogging Strategies of Large Korean
Firms" Jaemin Seo, University of Houston; KwangHee Kim, University of Houston; Jee Young Chung, Southern Utah
University; Jaesub Lee, University of Houston
"Raising Money on the Web: Relationship-Building Features that Contribute to Nonprofit Fundraising
Success" Nancy A Wiencek, Georgian Court University
"Redefining and Re-Measuring Organization-Public Relationships" Hongmei Shen, San Diego State University; David
Dozier, San Diego State University
"Voices and Images: Public Relations Finds Its Voice and Remembers that Knowledge is Based on Images" Andrea
M. Pampaloni, La Salle University; Maureen Taylor, University of Oklahoma
208015
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Powerful Voices: An Exploration of Black Political and Prophetic Rhetoric
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Dorthy L. Pennington, University of Kansas
Respondent: Maurice L. Hall, Villanova University
"Bishop Henry McNeal Turner and the Prophetic Tradition" Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
"Carmichael's Use of Aristotle and Quintilian's Rhetorical Theories of Emotional Appeal to Promote Black
Consciousness" Cicely Wilson, Univ of Memphis
"From Sexual Siren to Race Traitor: Condoleezza Rice in Political Cartoons" Zazil Elena Reyes García, Univ of Texas,
Austin; Clariza Ruiz De Castilla, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Giving Voice to Diverse U.S. Perspectives: Public Perceptions of President Obama’s Communication Regarding the
Gates-Crowley Conflict" Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan Univ
"Police Incongruity and the Framing of Arrest Reports: The Henry Gates Jr. Arrest as a Case Study of Portrayals of
Race" Darrel Farmer, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Their Voice versus Ours: An Analysis of Framing Strategies Used by White Southerners in the Aftermath of the
Brown vs. Board of Education Verdict" Adria Yvonne Goldman, Howard University
208021
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Communication Issues and Practices Related to Diverse Organizations
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: Colleen Garside, Weber State Univ; Erika L. Kirby, Creighton University; Paul Witt, Texas Christian
University
"01. A Performative Methodology for the Study of Problem-Based Organizing: Re-Entangling the Social and
Material" Amanda Porter, VU Amsterdam
"02. A Study of College Students' Online Research Behaviors" Han Woo Park, YeungNam University; J. Patrick
Biddixa, Valdosta State University; Chung Joo Chung, State University of NY, University at Buffalo
"03. An Analysis of Emergency Message Effectiveness in Collegiate Settings" Michael Egnoto, Univ of Buffalo; Arun
Vishwanath, University at Buffalo
"04. Blended Voices: Supplemental Instruction in Community Based Learning Courses" Colleen Garside, Weber
State Univ
"05. British Petroleum: An Egregious Violation of the Ethic of First and Second Things" Timothy L. Sellnow,
University of Kentucky; Shari R. Veil, University of Kentucky; Morgan Wickline, University of Kentucky
"06. Community and Fiscal Impacts Regarding Urban Education Consolidation" Nicholas Zoffel, Sierra College
"07. Ethical Image, Crisis Type and Response Strategy: An Experimental Study of Crisis Communication" Jin Hong
Ha, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Mary Ann Ferguson, University of Florida
"08. Explanations for the Emergence of Reverse Traditional Work and Family Arrangements" Caryn E. Medved,
Baruch College, CUNY; Cynthia Okimoto, Baruch College, CUNY; Rachel Ryan, Baruch College, CUNY
"10. Frames: An Ethnographic Glance at the Contemporary Art Museum" Linda Levitt, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
"11. Framing Corporate Environmental Responsibility: A Study of 30 years of CSR Messages" Denise Bortree, Penn
State University; Lee Ahern, Penn State University; Alexandra Nutter Smith, Penn State University; Xue Dou,
Pennsylvania State University
"12. Framing the Screen Actors Guild Negotiations" Ryan Fuller, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"13. Going Green? A Rhetorical Analysis of Environmental Initiatives in American Museums, Zoos and Art Parks and
the Nature/Culture Debate" Wilson Katherine, University of Cincinnati
"14. Head Games: Culture and Leadership within a Division I Athletic Program through the Eyes of the Coaching
Staff" James Stephens, Austin Community College
"15. Influence of Organizational Norms on Sorority Members’ Body Esteem" Jenna E. Reno, University of Kentucky
"16. Investigating the Efficacy of Adobe Connect to Enhance Online Immediacy: A Pretest and Recommendations for
Future Research" Paul Falkowski, University of Nebraska, Omaha
"17. Japanese Perspectives on Privacy, Technology, and Company/Governmental Surveillance" Catherine Luther,
Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville; Ivanka Radovic, University of Tennessee
"18. Learning Masculinity: Unmasking the Hidden Curriculum in STEM Courses" Arleen Bejerano, Chapman
University; Travis M. Bartosh, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"19. Practitioner Voices on Globalization: A Framing Analysis of The PR Strategist" Nilanjana R. Bardhan, Southern
Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"20. Product Positioning and Fundamental Attribution Error: Using Brands to Test George Carlin’s Driving
Paradox" Kevin J. Pearce, Bryant University; Stanley J. Baran, Bryant University
"22. Quantifying the Effect of the Unwritten Rules of Forensics: Squared Judge Distance as a Statistical Measure of
the Impact of Social Norms on Competitive Evaluation" Mark Kokoska, Ohio University; Joseph Dudek, University of
the Pacific
"23. Recalling Toyota’s Crisis: Utilizing the Discourse of Renewal" Lindsey B. Anderson, Purdue University
"24. Religious Organizational Use of Information and Communication Technologies for Organizational and Spiritual
Development: A Case Study" Wyl A. McCully, Michigan State University
"25. Student Perceptions of Appropriate and Inappropriate Humor in the Classroom for This Generation: A Pretest
and Recommendations for Future" Henry Nixon, University of Nebraska, Omaha
"26. Test of a Causal Model for Sexual Harassment Using Data from a Meta-Analysis" Mike Allen, Univ of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Kenji Shoji, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Keith Dilbeck, Bangkok University; Nathanael England,
Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Anna Herrman, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Falon F. Kartch, Univ of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Jihyun Kim, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Kimberly L. Kulovitz, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Aimee Lau,
Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Melissa A. Maier, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Amy May, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Jenna McNallie, Purdue University; Kikuko Omori, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"27. The Effects of Argument Strength and CSR Logo Presence in Corporate brand Advertisement" Young Eun Park,
University of Florida; Hyunsang Son, University of Florida
"28. The Effects of Pedagogical and Andragogical Learning Methods on Student Preference and Performance in an
Animal Physiology Course" Paras Minhas, University of Pittsburgh; Arundhati Ghosh, University of Pittsburgh; Leah
Swanzy, University of Pittsburgh
"29. The Perceptions of Teacher Self-Disclosure and Its Impact On Communication Expectancies of Students: A
Pretest and Recommendations for Future" Andrea Iaccheri, University of Nebraska, Omaha
"30. The Play’s the Thing: Improvise to Innovate Workshop" Vicki Crooks, Ohio University
"31. The Practice of Interviewing in Organizational Communication Research" J. Kevin Barge, Texas A&M Univ;
Brittany Collins, Texas A&M Univ; Rachel L. Rashe, Texas A&M Univ; Sharon Alexander, Sam Houston State Univ
"32. The Quest for Transparency and Accountability in the case of British Petroleum (BP), BenQ and
Satyam" Donyale R. Griffin Padgett, Wayne State Univ; Shuhui Sophy Cheng, Chaoyang University of Technology;
Vinita Parekh, Wayne State University
"33. The Silent Meow: Menu Foods Income Fund’s Failed Crisis Communication During the 2007 Pet-Food
Crisis" Virginia Jones, University of Kansas
"34. The Worst Things? Poor Scheduling, Low Pay, and a Stressful Work Environment: An Analysis of Customer
Service Employees’ Reflections and Interactions of Work-life Balance in their Organization" Erin Christie, Rutgers
University
"35. Voices in a Chorus: Connections between Role Clarity and Organizational Culture" Morgan Bridge, Texas
Christian University; Marjorie Buckner, Texas Christian University
"36. What Constitutes Support? The Differential Impact of Social Support Types in Promoting Job Seeking Behaviors
among Unemployed, Underemployed, and Displaced Workers" Jessica C. Russell, Michigan State University; Yuhua
Liang, Michigan State University; David D. Clare, Michigan State University; Amanda J. Holmstrom, Michigan State
University
"37. Work Spouses: Defining and Understanding a 'New' Relationship" M. Chad McBride, Creighton University; Karla
Mason Bergen, College of Saint Mary
208023
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
NCA Second Vice President Candidates Forum
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chair: Nancy Kidd, National Communication Association
Presenters:
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Carole Blair, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
208024
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Examining the Discourses and Displays of Political and Mediated Communication
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Robert Swieringa, Grand Valley State Univ
"President Obama's Embodied Stance Displays While Monitoring Questions in Presidential News Conferences" Laila
Hualpa, UCLA
"'Booyah Jim': Performing Masculinity in CNBC Mad Money Phone-in Interactions" Gonen Dori Hacohen, University
of Massachusetts, Amherst; Timothy W. White, University of California, San Diego
"Displays of Hate Across Situations: An Analysis of Racist Discourse in Two Settings" Christopher Josey, University
of Illinois
"Gendered Genres and Forms of Talk: Politicians on Daytime and Late-Night Talks Shows" Ji Won Han, Univ of
Texas, Austin
208025
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Communicative Processes in Contemporary Societies
Sponsor: Eurasian Communication Association of North America
Chair: Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan Univ
"Voices of Life: Intercultural Family Communication" Olga Leontovich, Volgograd State Pedagogical University;
Yekaterina Bondarenko, Volgograd State Pedagogical University
"Voicing the Support: The Formation of Interpersonal Communication in Russian Social-Political
Blogosphere" Anastasia Widmer, Bowling Green State University
"The Effects of Priming and Cultural Differences on Perceptions of Deception" Elena Bessarabova, University of
Oklahoma
"Local and Non-local Identity: Hearing Contemporary Latvianness through Public Debate about Meat
Production" Liene Locmele, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Muslim Tatar Women’s Piety Stories: Voicing an Invitation to Islam" Liliya Karimova, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst
"Like a Street with No Exit: The Voice of History through the Ritualized Practice of Oplakvane in Bulgarian
Discourse" Nadezhda M. Sotirova, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Original Democracy: A Rhetorical Analysis of Romanian Post-Revolutionary Political Discourse and the University
Square Protests of June 1990" Ioana Literat, University of Southern California
208027
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
High Impact Learning in the Communication Classroom
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Rana T. Husseini, DePaul University
Presenters:
Matthew deTar, Northwestern University
Chris Groscurth, Trinity Health
Jamie Landau, Keene State College
Sara VanderHaagen, Loyola University
Walter P. Wade, Northwestern University
208028
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Heeding Student Voices: The Impact, Use, and Abuse of RateMyProfessors.com
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Martin McDermott, Brookdale Comm College
Presenters:
Gina Herrmann, Bergen Community College
Kathleen Williams, Bergen Community College
208029
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Voicing the Need for Help: A Critical Conversation about Advising and Mentoring Black-Identified
Women
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Presenters:
Mariama M. Changamire Shaw, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
D.L. Stephenson, Western Connecticut State Univ
Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
Cerise L. Glenn, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
208031
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Queers in Space: Sci-Fi Voices Reimagining Sexuality and Gender
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication
Studies Division
Chair: Claire Sisco King, Vanderbilt University
Respondent: Claire Sisco King, Vanderbilt University
"'You People and Your Quaint Little [Sexual] Categories': Queer Sexualities and the Torchwood Universe" R.
Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
"Superbodies that Matter: Rhetorical Ambiguities of Queer Aesthetics in Superman Returns" Stace Treat, Drake
University; Shaun Treat, University of North Texas
"The Worst of Both Worlds: Juxtaposing Heteronormativity and 'Hegemonic Queer' in Star Trek: The Next
Generation’s 'The Outcast'" E. Tristan Booth, Arizona State University
"When is Commodity Culture not Heteronormative: Heinlein’s Discursive Parameters for Economically Based
Polyamory" Ryan H. Blum, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
208051
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Gumbo Voices: Exploring Culture, Ethnicity, and Communication in New Orleans and Beyond
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Margaret U. D'Silva, University of Louisville
Respondent: Carolyn K. Lee, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
"Bridging Beyond the Binary: Perceptions of African American and Asian American Interaction" Kimberly D.
Campbell, Texas Southern University
"Giving Voice to New Orleans Musicians and Mardi Gras Indians through David Simon’s Television Drama Series
Treme" Dominique M. Gendrin, Xavier University; Catherine Dessinges, University of Lyon-3 France; Wendy Hajjar,
Tulane University
"Volunteer Tourists: Love ‘em or Leave ‘em: The Unheard Voices of New Orleans Residents" Jenn L. Erdely, Prairie
View A&M University
"Your College is Not Like Mine: Interethnic Communication between African American and Vietnamese American
Students on an HBCU Campus" Kimberly J. Chandler, Xavier University; Dominique M. Gendrin, Xavier University
208052
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Listening, Lives, Liminalities, and Lessons: Underexplored Voices in Performance
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Gordon Alley-Young, Kingsborough Comm College
Presenters:
Gordon Alley-Young, Kingsborough Comm College
Erica Heppner, LaGuardia Community College
Larry E. Russell, Hofstra University
Patricia Sokolski, LaGuardia Community College
Respondent: Timothy Gura, Brooklyn College, CUNY
208053
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Voices from the Dark Side: Interpersonal Communication and the Use of Technology for Destructive
Means
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Sarah Symonds, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Presenters:
Elaine L. Davies, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Jacquelyn Harvey, University of Washington
Audra Kate Nuru, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Stephanie Robbins, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Susan Waters, Auburn University
Susan M. Wildermuth, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
208054
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Voices from Beyond (the Forum): Scholarly Engagement and Where are We Now?
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Anna Marjorie Young, Pacific Lutheran University
Presenters:
Adria Battaglia, Angelo State University
Dana L. Cloud, Univ of Texas, Austin
W. Benjamin Myers, Univ of South Carolina, Upstate
Della Pollock, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Desiree D. Rowe, Univ of South Carolina, Upstate
Christopher Swift, Willamette University
Anna Marjorie Young, Pacific Lutheran University
208060
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Beyond Anthropocentrism: Expanding the Human Communication Paradigm
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Emily Plec, Western Oregon University
Respondent: Jonathan M. Gray, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"All Jaws, No Voice: Sharks as Pre-Colonial Others in Speciesist Narratives" Kevin Cassell, Michigan Technological
Univ
"Banging on the Divide: Cultural Reflection and Refraction at the Zoo" Tema Milstein, University of New Mexico
"Family Life at the Human/Animal Divide: The Family as the Hegemonic Social Form in Disney Nature's Earth and
Oceans" Dustin Greenwalt, University of Georgia
"Where Wings Wither Words and Images Give Voice: Hauntology and Ecological Ruptures" Natasha Seegert,
University of Utah
208062
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Giving Voice to Japanese War Brides: The Making of a Documentary
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Japan-U.S. Communication Association
Chair: Mikiko Crawford, Ohio University Southern
Presenter:
Donald Moore, Ohio University, Southern Campus
208070
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
From Katrina to China: Exploring Silent Voices and Marginalized Identities
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Tara Schuwerk, Stetson University
"One Hundred-Year Family Trail of Gary Locke: Struggling for Identity, Visibility, and Representation by Chinese
Americans" Ping Yang, Denison University
"Oscillating between the Self and the Others: A Case Study of a Chinese Working Mom in the U.S." Chih-Yun
Chiang, College of Charleston
"Silenced or Privileged Voices: Tensions of Hurricane Katrina Volunteers" LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
"Silent Screams: Unheard Voices of Meskhetian Turks as Refugees of Injustice, Diaspora and
Displacement" Nurhayat H. Bilge, Arizona State University
208071
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Finding Voice and Refining Identity through Argumentative Agency in Policy Debate: A Conversation
between Coaches and Competitors
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Chair: Sarah E. Stone Watt, Pepperdine University
Presenters:
Charmaine Cleveland, Pepperdine University
Stephanie Eisenberg, San Francisco State University
Cory Geraths, Penn State University
Alexis Litzky, San Francisco State University
Orion Steele, California State University, Fullerton
Sarah E. Stone Watt, Pepperdine University
Jessica Whittle, San Francisco State University
Respondent: Toni Nielson, California State University, Fullerton
208072
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Marginalized Voices in the Classroom
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Instructional Development Division
Chair: Rebecca DiVerniero, Christopher Newport University
Presenters:
Kimberly M. Cuny, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Rebecca DiVerniero, Christopher Newport University
Angela M. Hosek, Emerson College
Elizabeth N. Ribarsky, Univ of Illinois, Springfield
David B. Stern, Frostburg State University
Bethany White-Turner, University of North Texas, Denton
208073
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Teaching the Communication Training and Development Course: A 360 Degree Panoramic Perspective
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Timothy P. Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
Presenters:
Gil Castillo, University of Texas, Brownsville / Texas Southmost College
Chuck Francis, CPS Energy
Seth S. Frei, Texas State University, San Marcos
Patrick Hale, Texas State University, San Marcos
Justin Maldonado, Texas State University, San Marcos
Andrew S. Rancer, University of Akron
208093
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
"The Play's the Thing:" Staging Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Theatre of Life and Life in the Theatre
Sponsors: Caucus on Disability Issues, Convention Theme Group, Health Communication Division, Theatre Division
Chair: Adrienne E. Hacker Daniels, Illinois College
Presenters:
Heather J. Carmack, Missouri State Univ
Adrienne E. Hacker Daniels, Illinois College
Prairie A. Endres, Tarleton State Univ
Megan Moe, Lee University
Melinda L Fogle Oliver, Bakersfield College
Paula Carter, University of Missouri
Julie Rae Mollenkamp, University of Central Missouri
Respondent: Kallia Wright, Univ of Technology, Jamaica
208095
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Responding to the Call of Vernacular Discourse: Latina/o Discourse in Vernacular Spaces: Somos De
Una Voz [Are We of One Voice]?
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division, Feminist and Women Studies
Division, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chairs: Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver; Michelle A. Holling, California State Univ, San Marcos
Presenters:
D. Robert DeChaine, California State University, Los Angeles
Fernando Delgado, Univ of Wisconsin, River Falls
Lisa A. Flores, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Angharad N. Valdivia, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Respondents: Nathaniel I. Cordova (In Memoriam), Williamette University; Richard Pineda, University of Texas, El
Paso; Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver; Michelle A. Holling, California State Univ, San
Marcos; Lisa Calvente, DePaul University; Darrel Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas; Stacey Sowards, Univ of
Texas, El Paso
208101
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Radical Citizenships? From Mythic Identity to Revolutionary Dissolution
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Beverly R. Natividad, University of Denver
Respondent: Blake Abbott, University of Richmond
"Egypt and the Moment of Middle East Resistance: Delinking, Heterotopia, and the Possibilities for Revival of a
Revolutionary Voice" Heather Hayes, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Orator Capitalist: Sarah Palin and the Politics of Representation" Matthew B. Morris, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Sarah Palin’s America: Mythological Formations and the American Dream" Dana M. Schowalter, Univ of Minnesota
"Teaching Defensive Citizenship: Glenn Beck’s Paranoia and Pedagogical Style" Jay P. Childers, University of
Kansas; Vince Meserko, University of Kansas
208103
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
The (Dis)articulation of Indigenous Peoples: Security, Memory, and Scapegoating
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Jennifer Biedendorf, Penn State University
Respondent: Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
"A Roadmap of Colonial Ideology: Charting Militarization Rhetoric in Camacho’s State of the Island Addresses" Tiara
R. Naputi, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Blame the Cripple: HR 2824 and the Scapegoating of the Cherokee Nation" Eddie Glenn, University of Kansas
"Living the Experience: New Media and the Discourse of Liveness in Indigenous Exhibition" Miranda Brady, Carleton
University
208104
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Speaking with the Voices of Marginalized Communities through Communication Activism Education:
Exemplars in Experiential Service-Learning to Promote Social Justice
Sponsor: Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Lawrence R. Frey, Trinity University/University of Colorado, Boulder
Respondents: David Palmer, Univ of Northern Colorado; Jennifer S. Simpson, University of Waterloo
"Communication Activism: A Service-Learning Project with Hateful/Hurtful Speech" E. Sam Cox, University of
Central Missouri; Wendy Geiger, University of Central Missouri
"International Health Communication Activism: A Service-Learning Pedagogy of Global Responsibility" Joy L. Hart,
University of Louisville; Kandi L. Walker, University of Louisville
"Service Learning, Intercultural Communication, and Advanced Video Praxis: Developing a Sustainable Program of
Community Activism with/in a Mexican Migrant Community" Rebecca Kennerly, Georgia Southern University; Tyson
Davis, Georgia Southern University
208106
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Theoretical and Practical Approaches to Cyberinfrastructure, Virtual Research Environment, and Virtual
Organizing for e-Science, e-Social Science, and Digital Humanities
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chairs: Larry D. Browning, Univ of Texas, Austin; Marshall Scott Poole, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Presenters:
Iftekhar Ahmed, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Dawna I. Ballard, Univ of Texas, Austin
Patrick Burkart, Texas A&M Univ
Noshir S. Contractor, Northwestern University
Joel O. Iverson, Univ of Montana
Michele H. Jackson, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Kerk Kee, Chapman University
Paul M. Leonardi, Northwestern University
Respondents: Peter R. Monge, Univ of Southern California; Janet L. Fulk, Univ of Southern California
208113
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
New Directions in the Rhetoric of Science: Discussion with the Author and Readers of 'What Are Stem
Cells? Definitions at the Intersection of Science and Politics'
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: Lisa Keranen, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Presenters:
Celeste M. Condit, University of Georgia
Lisa Keranen, Univ of Colorado, Denver
John Lynch, University of Cincinnati
Lawrence J. Prelli, Univ of New Hampshire
John J. Rief, Univ of Pittsburgh
208115
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Children’s Voices, Children’s Identities, and Children’s Media
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Diana Iulia Nastasia, University of North Dakota
Presenters:
Judi Cook, Salem State University
Maya Gotz, Internationales Zentralinstitut für das Jugend- und Bildungsfernsehen
Rebecca Hains, Salem State University
Diana Iulia Nastasia, University of North Dakota
Sorin Nastasia, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
Charu Uppal, Karlstad University
Borgne - Third Floor
208121
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Hearing the Voices of Raced Objects: Lunch Counters, Barbed Wire, and Dolls Speaking Across Time
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Chair: William Lewis, Drake University
Respondent: Susan Owen, University of Puget Sound
"Racist to Reverent: The Case of a Greensboro Lunch Counter" David Deifell, Ashford Univ
"Sand and Barbed Wire: Reclaiming and Forgetting the Japanese American Internment" Brian A. Lain, University of
North Texas
"Voicing Racial 'Reality': Dolls Talk Back" William Lewis, Drake University
208122
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Rhetorical and Communicative Negotiations of Cultural Difference
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Brad Vivian, Syracuse University
"A Short History of the Concept of Class: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations" John Dowd, Purdue
University
"Building National Identity: A Cluster Analysis of Atatürk's Address to Turkish Youth" Asli Gokhan-Kucuk, Fashion
Institute of Technology
"The People’s Parody: An Exploration of Colonial Mimicry" Brian T. Kaylor, James Madison Univ
"The Sinicized Public Sphere and Counterpublics Voices on the Website of Renren.com" Zhou Li, Univ of Nebraska,
Lincoln
208123
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Council of Forensics Organizations Business Meeting
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Presenters:
Jeanine Aumiller, Bob Jones University
JoAnn Edwards, University of Mississippi
Michael Hall, Liberty University
Timothy O'Donnell, University of Mary Washington
Liesel Reinhart, Mt. San Antonio College
Frank Thompson, University of Alabama
Michael Dreher, Bethel Univ
Michelle Davis, Lamar Institute of Technology
Barbara Baron, Brookdale Community College
Skip L. Rutledge, Point Loma Nazarene Univ
Bob Alexander, Bossier Parish Community College
Richard E. Edwards, Baylor University
Gina L. Jensen, Webster University
Cynthia Dewar, City College of San Francisco
Derek Buescher, Univ of Puget Sound
Marty J. Birkholt, Creighton University
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
David Gaer, Laramie County Community College
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
208125
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Philosophical Investigations: Unfolding Morality, Common Ground, Ethics, and Communication
Sponsor: Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Gary P. Radford, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"Alasdair MacIntyre on Communication between Traditions" Jason Hannan, Northwestern University
"Struck from the Middle: In Search of Common Ground for the Individual and the Collective" Corey B. Davis, Univ of
Wisconsin, Whitewater
"Syntax and Ethics: A Conversation" Xianguang Peter Zhang, Grand Valley State University; Corey Anton, Grand
Valley State University
"The Wager and the Ban: Of Communication" Garnet Butchart, University of South Florida
208127
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
What can we say or not say? Constitutional Questions About Speech and the Law
Sponsors: Communication and Law Division, Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Lin S. Allen, Univ of Northern Colorado
Respondent: Lin S. Allen, Univ of Northern Colorado
"An Analysis of First Amendment Challenges of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Hate Crimes Prevention
Act" Joseph Erba, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Cyberbullying and the First Amendment" Janette Caryn Douglas, Univ of Louisiana, Lafayette
"Muffling Voices: How Privacy-based Appropriation Claims Threaten to Limit Freedom of Expression after Florida Star
v. B.J.F." Erin Coyle, Louisiana State University
"Silencing Proana: The Constitution and the Censorship of Abject Speech" Stephanie Houston Grey, Louisiana State
University
208128
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Emerging Voices of a Globalized and Online Panoptic Web
Sponsor: Communication and the Future Division
Chair: Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
Respondent: Lonny Brooks, University of California, East Bay
"A Future for the Scientific Study of Human Communication" John L. Sherry, Michigan State University
"Media Channel Influence on News Sharing Intention: Examining Offline and Online Sharing in the Context of Theory
of Planned Behavior" Yan Yan, University of Alabama; Jennifer D. Greer, University of Alabama
"The Panoptic TV Network Server: Recording Our Every Online Move From A to Glee" Stephen McCreery, University
of Georgia
"Cyberterrorist Messages and their Effects on Targets: A Qualitative Analysis" Elizabeth Minei, University of
Oklahoma; Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida
"Looking Inwardly for the Bigger Picture: Predicting Selective Exposure with Psychological Conservatism" Angela M.
Lee, University of Texas, Austin
"Celebrity Use of Twitter: User Co-creation and Customization in Digital Culture" Jin Kim, The College of Saint Rose;
Julia VanKlompenberg, Hope College
"Fired over Facebook: Employee Voice vs. Employer Monitoring in the Digital Age" Loril M. Gossett, University of
North Carolina, Charlotte
208129
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
The Voice of Achievement: Best Practices in Senior Projects and Communication Capstones
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Presenters:
Lorin Basden Arnold, Rowan University
Gordon Coonfield, Villanova University
Mark Redmond, Iowa State Univ
Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Clarke Rountree, Univ of Alabama, Huntsville
Jessica T. Smith, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Tammy Swenson Lepper, Winona State Univ
Michelle T. Violanti, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Respondent: W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
208130
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Competitive Papers in Communication and Aging Division
Sponsor: Communication and Aging Division
Chair: Jill S. Yamasaki, University of Houston
Respondent: Margaret Jane Pitts, University of Arizona
"'I Didn’t Have a Choice': Adult Children’s Communication and Coping with a Parent’s Move to a Care
Facility" Elizabeth Gill, Eastern Illinois University; Melanie Morgan, Purdue University
"African Americans and Hospice Care: A Qualitative Meta-Ethnography of Decisions about Hospice Care" Patrick
John Dillon, Univ of South Florida; Lori A. Roscoe, Univ of South Florida; J. Jacob Jenkins, Univ of South Florida
"Communication Changes and the Use of Social Support by Spouses of Alzheimer’s Patients" Heidi Franz-Hoyt,
Marist College; Daniel Cochece Davis, Marist College
"Information Technologies as a Health Management Tool: Urban Elders’ Interest and Ability in Using the
Internet" Julie M. Novak, Wayne State Univ; M. Kay Cresci, Wayne State University
"Intergenerational Communication: Turning Points in Long-Distance Grandparent Grandchild Relationships" Lauren
Bangerter, Arizona State University
208131
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Engaging Others: Studies in Leadership, Advocacy, and Culture
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Jacqueline J. Glenny, Northwestern College
Respondent: Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
"Humanizing and Dehumanizing Responses across Four Orientations to Religious Otherness: Two Case Studies of
Interfaith Encounters" Charles E. Soukup, Univ of Northern Colorado; James Keaten, Univ of Northern Colorado
"Immortal Resilience: A Call for Further Study of Advocacy Groups Working for Female Ordination in the Catholic
Church" Clare Anzoleaga, California State Univ, Fresno
"Culture, Calling, and Careers: Female Hindu Priests as Outsiders-Within" Suchitra Shenoy, DePaul University
"Kenyan Pastors’ Perspectives on Communicating about Sexual Behavior and HIV" Ann Neville Miller, Univ of Central
Florida; Kinya Mwithia, Daystar University; Mary Nives Kizito, Daystar University; Lucy Njoroge, Daystar University;
Kyalo Wa Ngula, Africa Nazarene University; Kristin Leigh Davis, Univ of Central Florida
208141
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Defining Relationships: Making Sense of Different Kinds of Family Ties
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Dena M. Huisman, Univ of Wisconsin, LaCrosse
Respondent: Fran C. Dickson, Chapman University
"The Multivocality of Sense Making: An Exploration of the Discourses College Aged Daughters Voice in Talk about
Their Mothers" Meredith Marko Harrigan, SUNY, Geneseo; Aimee E. Miller-Ott, University of Hartford
"Narrative Coherence in Online Stories Told by Members of the Adoption Triad" Leslie A. Baxter, University of Iowa;
Kristen Norwood, St. Louis University; Bryan Asbury, University of Iowa; Amber Jannusch, University of Iowa; Kristina
Scharp, University of Iowa
"Competing Voices of Marriage and Family in Conversations with Female Asian Students Sojourning in the
US" Carolyn Prentice, University of South Dakota
"'A Son, a Familiar, a Guardian, a Best Friend': A Dialogic Study of Companion Animal Stories" Lindsey Thomas,
University of Iowa
208142
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Looking for Love and Taking the Leap: Studies on Dating
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Pamela Lannutti, Boston College
"Affectionate Communication’s Influence on Perceptions of Desired Characteristics in Long-term Romantic
Partners" Ryan P. Chesnut, Pennsylvania State University; Soo Jung Hong, Pennsylvania State University; Prawit
Thainiyom , Pennsylvania State University
"The Dating Game: Scripts, Roles, and Expectations on First Dates" Graham Carpenter, Louisiana State University
"Is Dating Really Dead? Investigating the College Hookup Culture" Paul A. Mongeau, Arizona State University;
Benjamin Wiedmaier, Arizona State University
"Shopping or Eliminating? Decision Making in Online Dating Sites" Bridget L. Long, Penn State University
"Proposing a Grounded Theory Approach to Understanding the Process of Falling into Romantic Love" Noah J.
Franken, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
208143
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
The Challenges of Managing Relationships via Technology
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Artemio Ramirez, University of South Florida Polytechnic
Respondent: Lynne M. Webb, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
"Keeping in Touch With 'Back Burners': Communication Technology and Attention to Relationship
Alternatives" Jayson L. Dibble, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa; Robert R. Boller, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Krystyna
Strzyzewski Aune, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa
"Equity, Relational Maintenance, and Linguistic Features of Text Messaging" Nicholas Brody, Univ of Texas, Austin;
Jorge F. Pena, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Preferences for Online Social Interaction: Associations with Verbal Aggression, Self-esteem, and Computermediated Communication Competency" Andrew High, Penn State University; Denise Solomon, Penn State University
"Negotiating Safety and Community: The Dynamics of Moving from an Online Matrimonial to Face-to-face
Meetings" Naveen Joshi, Wilfrid Laurier University
208144
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Great Ideas for Teaching Students (G.I.F.T.S) Session I
Sponsor: Great Ideas for Teaching Students (G.I.F.T.S)
Chair: Patricia O'Keefe, College of Marin
"01. 'Discussion Day' Assignment: Helping Beginning Speakers Find their Voices" Richard Herder, Southwest
Minnesota State University
"02. 'Will You Date Me?' Understanding the Importance and Application of Audience Analysis" Mary Beth Asbury,
Middle Tennessee State University; Nathan Webb, University of Kansas
"03. Campus Exploration: Using University Paraphernalia to Generate Comprehension of Monroe’s Motivated
Sequence" Janice Metzger, Minnesota State University
"04. Cave Painting: Before There Were Voices" Thomas H. Walton, Univ of Arkansas, Ft. Smith
"05. Drowning Out Individual Voices: Identifying Groupthink in Titanic" Meredith Ginn, Georgia Highlands College,
Cartersville Campus
"06. Ethics and Plagiarism, Building Bridges between Theory and Practice, and from the Classroom to the 'Real
World': An Exercise in Critical Thinking and Judgment" Erin E. Baird, University of Oklahoma
"07. Giving the Past a Voice: Using Archives to Teach Communication Principles" Charmaine E. Wilson, University of
South Carolina Aiken
"08. Introducing Students to Their Cyber-Selves" Kathleen Stansberry, University of Oregon
"09. Let's Get Physical: Let Me Hear Your Body's 'Voice' A Facial Expression or Paralanguage Card Game" Kay E.
Neal, Univ of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
"10. Mastering the APA References Page and Communication Database Research: The APA References
Assignment" James Kimble, Seton Hall University
"11. Organizational Communication Role Plays" Kristen M. Berkos, Bryant University
"12. Photo, Voice, Story, and Reality: Teaching Interpretation of Reality through Photos in Undergraduate
Classes" Moyi Jia, Ohio University
"13. Presidential Rhetoric and Monroe's Motivated Sequence: A Practical Example" Kristin Barton, Dalton State
College
"14. The Voice in Nonverbal Immediacy: Screaming for Your Attention without Saying a Word Finding Nonverbal
Immediacy Cues in an Episode of ABC’s The Bachelor" John Katsion, Northwest Missouri State Univ
"15. Using Aristotle to Teach Speech Fundamentals: Giving a Speech About a Speech" Kevin Jones, George Fox
University
"16. Voices from Yesterday and Today: 80 years of Advertising to Women" Susan Kilgard, Anne Arundel Comm
College
"17. Voicing Difference: Global Dining Etiquette Around the World " Julie C. Copp, St. Louis Community College
"18. Voicing Students’ Stories: Communicating through Digital Narratives" Lisa K. Hanasono, Purdue University
"19. What Good is a Voice if there is No one to Listen to it?" Laura Janusik, Rockhurst University
"20. Your Voice Is Loud and Clear: Revealing the Relationship between the Information Posted on Social Networking
Sites and the Prying Eyes of Employers" William L. Mullen, Liberty University; Faith E. Mullen, Liberty University
208151
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Dissonant Voices, Democratice Choices: The Rhetoric of Apportionment in Baker v. Carr
Sponsors: Communication and Law Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: James Jasinski, Univ of Puget Sound
Presenters:
Dustin Buehler, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Catherine Langford, Texas Tech Univ
Carlo A. Pedrioli, Barry University
Mary Lynn L. Veden, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
208152
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Communication Apprehension and Competence Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication Apprehension and Competence Division
Presenter:
Mike Hazel, Gonzaga University
208153
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Nineteenth Century Rhetoric and Political Economy
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chair: Rachel Avon A. Whidden, Lake Forest College
Presenters:
Daniel Emery, University of Oklahoma
G. Thomas Goodnight, Univ of Southern California
David B. Hingstman, University of Iowa
Rachel Avon A. Whidden, Lake Forest College
208154
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Teaching Speakers Now, Hearing Voices Later: Does Speech Education Improve Student Retention?
Sponsors: Communication Centers Division, Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Jennifer Butler Ellis, Michigan State University
Author:
Eunkyong L. Yook, Univ of Mary Washington
"A Voice from the Center: A Pilot Study in Communication Centers and Retention" Eunkyong L. Yook, Univ of Mary
Washington
208156
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Hannah Arendt and Democratic Voice
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: A. Freya Thimsen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Presenters:
Alessandra Beasley Von Burg, Wake Forest University
Sarah E. Spring, University of Iowa
A. Freya Thimsen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Respondent: Gina Ercolini, University of South Carolina
208157
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
"Voicing Family Disruptions": Ethnographies of Illness, Bereavement, Miscarriage, and Postpartum
Depression
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Ethnography Division
Chair: Jillian Ann Tullis, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
"'What’s Wrong with You? You Have Everything': Working Mothers’ Talk about Post Partum Depression" Lori W.
Peterson, St. Edward's University
"Being the Youngest is Only Fun When you are Young" Stephanie Martinez, St. Edwards University
"Inviting the Ghost to Stay: The Significance of Managing Memory in Post-Bereaved Family Reconstruction" Christine Kiesinger-Cherry, George Washington Univ
"Melancholy Baby: Notes on Our Miscarriage" Jay Baglia, Kutztown University
208158
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Central States Communication Executive Committee Business Meeting
Sponsor: Central States Communication Association
Presenters:
Kimberly Powell, Luther College
J. Emmett Winn, Auburn University
Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University
Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
Mitchell S. McKinney, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
David L. Bodary, Sinclair Community College
Chad Edwards, Western Michigan Univ
Randy K. Dillon, Missouri State Univ
Amy Aldridge Sanford, Northeastern State Univ
Nancy Brule, Bethel University
12:30 PM
210001
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
NCA Educational Policies Board Meeting
Sponsor: NCA Educational Policies Board
Presenters:
Lynn M. Disbrow, Huntingdon College
Phil Backlund, Central Washington University
Deborah F. Atwater, Penn State University
Sara C. Weintraub, Regis College
Mary Ann Danielson, Creighton University
Mark Redmond, Iowa State Univ
A. Todd Jones, Bakersfield College
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Jean Ann Streiff, Oakland Catholic High School
210011
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
NCA Editors' Office Hours
Sponsor: NCA Publications Board
Chair: David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Presenters:
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University
Juliet L. Dee, University of Delaware
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
Katherine W. Hawkins, Clemson University
Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
Katherine Miller, Texas A&M Univ
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Cheri J. Simonds, Illinois State University
Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
J. Macgregor Wise, Arizona State Univ, West
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
210012
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Listening to/and Music: Eight Voices Collaged
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Jnan Blau, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
Presenters:
Jnan Blau, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
William Bowling, Goat In The Road Productions
D. Robert DeChaine, California State University, Los Angeles
Sarah K. Jackson, Louisiana State University
C. Austin McDonald II, Louisiana State University
Chris McRae, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Keith Nainby, California State Univ, Stanislaus
Kristine Weglarz, Trinity University
210013
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
What Are You Seeing Sweet Girl? An Analysis of the Feminine in Black Swan
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Judy Battaglia, Loyola Marymount University
210014
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
The Voice of Social and Emerging Media in Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Angie Corbo, Widener University
Respondent: Mihaela Vorvoreanu, Purdue University
"A Strategic Framework for Targeting Generation Y via Social Media: A Longitudinal Examination with Public
Relations Results and Implications" Melissa Dodd, Univ of Miami; Shannon B. Campbell, University of Miami
"An Analysis of the World’s Top 100 University Facebook Pages: Dialogic Forums for Marginalized Voices" Sheila
McAllister, Monmouth University
"Digitalization and Its Impacts on Publics: The Role of Digitalization on Communication Behaviors Among
Publics" Alessandro Lovari, University of Siena; Soojin Kim, Purdue University; Kelly Vibber, Purdue Univ; Jeong-Nam
Kim, Purdue University
"Effects of Corporate Online Communication on Attitude and Trust: Experimental Analysis of Twitter Messages" Ji
Young Kim, University of Florida; Jinhyon Kwon, University of Florida
210015
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Performing the Digital Humanities
Sponsor: NCA Research Board
Chair: Patricia A. Suchy, Louisiana State University
Presenters:
Marcy Chvasta, California State University, Stanislaus
Robert Glenn Howard, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Michael LeVan, University of South Florida
Tara McPherson, University of Southern California
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
210022
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Coach Generation Y and Millennial Students
Sponsor: Pi Kappa Delta
Chair: Darren L. Epping, Miami University
Presenters:
Craig Brown, Kansas State university
Todd Holm, Miami University
Audra McMullen, Towson University
Daniel A. West, Ohio University
Respondent: Joel Hefling, South Dakota State Univ
210023
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
ECANA Business Meeting
Sponsor: Eurasian Communication Association of North America
Presenters:
Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest University
Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan Univ
Sergei Samoilenko, George Mason Univ
210024
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Talk in Families: Narratives, Speech Acts, and Culturally Shaped Re-presentations
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Galina Bolden, Rutgers University
"Availability as a Trouble Source in Very Young Children’s Interactions" Mardi Kidwell, University of New Hampshire
"'I'll be Right Back': Mother’s Mobility for Multiple Activities in Different Spaces" Jeffrey S. Good, Univ of California,
Los Angeles
"Moral Dilemmas of Assessment in Gift-Exchange Occasions: Possible Troubles in the Sequential Organization of a
Ritual Practice" Jessica S. Robles, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Is it just Cultural? Exploring (Mis)perceptions of Individual and Cultural Differences of Immigrants through Marriage
in Contemporary Taiwan" Todd L Sandel, University of Oklahoma
210025
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Lives Inside: Narratives of Incarceration
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Nicole L. Defenbaugh, Bloomsburg University
Respondent: Kurt Lindemann, San Diego State Univ
"Contrasting Voices: Narrating the Prison Experience in the US and Norway" Brittany L. Peterson, Ohio University
"The Devastation of Absence: Giving Voice to Non-Resident Fathers" Christine Kiesinger-Cherry, George Washington
Univ; Keith P. Cherry, Deloitte & Touche
"The Language of Incarceration" Carmen Heider, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
210027
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
Innovative Techniques for Training Professionals
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Sonia Zamanou-Erickson, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
"From Groups to Teams" Julie Snyder-Yuly, Iowa State Univ
"Increasing Your Trainee Application Rate" William Powers, Texas Christian University
"Learning is a Ball: Engaging your Audience with Activities to Enhance Learning" Michael Polites, Indiana UniversityPurdue University, Indianapolis
"Reframing Negative Perceptions of Internal and External Stakeholders in Organizations: An Interactive
Activity" Jennifer T. Edwards, Tarleton State Univ
"The Art of Employing 'I' language Instead of 'You' language: Complaint Rather Than Criticism" Akbar Javidi, Univ
of Nebraska, Kearney
"Voices of the New Millennium: Putting a Face to the Virtual Resume" L. Jake L Jacobsen-Cramer, Univ of Nebraska,
Kearney
"What I Hate About Teamwork" Liane Gray-Starner, Marietta College
210028
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Giving Voice to the Elephant in the Room: Talking about Race and Racism in the Classroom
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chairs: Elaine Gale, California State Univ, Sacramento; Ron Chisom, People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
Presenters:
Michele S. Foss-Snowden, California State Univ, Sacramento
Elaine Gale, California State Univ, Sacramento
Rachel A. Griffin, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Kimberley Richards, People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
Carol Wright, Independent Scholar
Respondent: Diana Dunn, People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
210029
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Political Voices, Strategic Silences, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Jiyeon Kang, University of Iowa
Respondent: Vanessa B. Beasley, Vanderbilt University
"Being and Text: Truman Revealing the Atomic Bomb" Robert Mills, Northwestern University
"The Role of Secrecy and Disclosure in American Cold War Rhetoric" Reynolds Patterson, Georgia State University
"'The Work of Generations': Implied Narrative in the 2002 and 2006 National Security Strategy" Travis Cram,
University of Wyoming
"A Rhetoric of Moving Forward with the Arab World? Barack Obama’s Voice in Cairo, June 2009" Heather Hayes,
Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
210031
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Emerging Voices in GLBTQ Scholarship: How can we Create a Dissertation Award to Recognize their
Work?
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Chair: Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
Presenters:
Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
Arthur P. Bochner, Univ of South Florida
Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
Frederick C. Corey, Arizona State University
Larry Gross, Univ of Southern California
David J. Gudelunas, Fairfield University
Michaela D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport Univ
Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
Kyra Pearson, Loyola Marymount Univ
Erin J. Rand, Syracuse University
Isaac West, University of Iowa
Gust A. Yep, San Francisco State Univ
210051
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Voices of Negotiation
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Julie Wight, Northeastern Illinois University
Presenters:
Shelly Blair, Texas A&M Univ
Steven Gibson, California State University, Northridge
Michael E. Holmes, Ball State University
Nicole Kashian, Northeastern Illinois University
Bradley S. Wesner, Nova Southeastern University
Julie Wight, Northeastern Illinois University
210052
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Listening to Voice in the Margins: Finding Myself While Finding Voice
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Ethnography Division
Chair: Cerise L. Glenn, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
"Disclosure as a Two-Way Street: In-Depth Interviews with HIV-Positive Black and Latino Gay Men" Andrew
Spieldenner, Latino Commission on AIDS
"Face Negotiation: Reconstructing 'Asian-ness' through the Performance of the Open-Ended, In-depth
(Ethnographic) Interview" Shinsuke Eguchi, University of Denver
"Reflections on Voice and the Subaltern in Qualitative Sex Work Research" Chizoba Udeorji, Kingsborough
Community College
"‘I Can Speak for Myself': African American Women Talking Tourism, Sex, and Romance" Nicole Files-Thompson,
Emerson College
210053
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Reframing Crises: British Petroleum's Image Repair Efforts in the Wake of the Deepwater Horizon Oil
Spill
Sponsors: Association for Business Communication, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Stan Polit, George Mason University
Presenters:
Jenn Torres, George Mason University
Nathaniel Wilson, George Mason University
210054
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Presidential Voices: The Continuing Audacity of Barack Obama’s Rhetoric?
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Public Address Division
Chair: Derek R. Sweet, Luther College
Respondent: Robert Terrill, Indiana University
"'There Are Certain Things Only a Government Can Do': Obama’s Rhetorical 'Voice' about the Role of Government in
Food Regulation" Elizabeth A. Petre, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale; James T. Petre, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
"Barack Obama’s Inaugural Voices: Dialogic Rhetoric and the Presidential Self" Derek R. Sweet, Luther College;
Margret A. McCue, Saginaw Valley State University
"Blaming the 'Raucous Throng': Theorizing Audience and Affect in Barack Obama’s Tucson Memorial Speech" Chuck
Goehring, San Diego State University
"Lost Houses: The Economy, the 2010 Midterms, and Barack Obama’s Crisis Rhetoric" David S. Heineman,
Bloomsburg University
210055
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
The Rhetorical Stakes of the Voices of Children
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Phaedra C. Pezzullo, Indiana University
Presenters:
Brian Amsden, Penn State University
Cara A. Finnegan, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Kelly Happe, University of Georgia
Phaedra C. Pezzullo, Indiana University
210060
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Roundtable Discussion: Wait, You Want Me to Teach? Confessions and Strategies from Graduate
Teaching Assistants Negotiating Pedagogical Voice in the Basic Course
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Crystal Oldham, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Presenters:
Bethany Barnes , University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Courtney Dorroll, University of Arizona
Erich M. Hayes, University of Oklahoma
Rachel A. Johnson, Penn State University
Pauline Matthey, Eastern Illinois University
Rachel L. Rashe, Texas A&M Univ
Alexandra Samsell, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Amanda Szabo, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Matthew VanDyke, Virginia Tech
210061
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Facilitating Voice in Restorative Justice
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
"'Voice' at Restorative Justice Panel" Russell M. Parks, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
"Listening to Teachers’ Voice: An Examination of Teachers’ Reasons for Not Using Restorative Practices" Katie
Rasmussen, Wayne State Univ
"Mediators' Voices in Cases of Severe Violence and Felonies: Structured Interview Analysis" Ian M. Borton, Aquinas
College; Jacob Bergmann, Aquinas College; Claire Chiodo, Aquinas College
"Nansen Dialogue Network in Macedonia: Making Voices Heard" Amanda E. Feller, Pacific Lutheran University; Kelly
Ryan, Pacific Lutheran University
"The Other Voice in the Room: Understanding Facilitators’ Constructions of Justice in Restorative Justice
Interventions" Gregory Paul, Millersville University; Stacey Dill, Millersville University
210062
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Visuality/Nationality: National Identity, Globalism, and Cultural Hybridity
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Samuel Perry, Georgia State University
Respondent: Teresa G. Bergman, University of the Pacific
"A Window to their World: A Visual Ethnography of Médicins Sans Frontières (MSF)" Meagan Araujo, Univ of South
Florida
"Americanization and Visual Politics: Figuring Difference Against National Sentiment" Leslie Hahner, Baylor
University
"Indigenizing Visual Knowledge: Illustrations in Translations of Western Science Books in Turn-of-the-Century
China" Liangyu Fu, Univ of Pittsburgh
"Glocalization in Macedonia: English in Outdoor Advertising Messages" Pamela Morris, Loyola University
210066
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SC05: Empowering Faculty and Student Voice in the Quantitative Research Methods Course
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Jason Wrench, SUNY, New Paltz
Presenters:
Nicole Blau, Ohio University, Lancaster
James C. McCroskey, Univ of Alabama, Birmingham
Virginia P. Richmond, Univ of Alabama-Birmingham
210067
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SC06: Teaching Health Communication as Service Learning/Community Engagement
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Marifran Mattson, Purdue University
Presenters:
Emily Haas, Purdue University
Jennifer Hall, Purdue University
Courtney Scherr, Purdue University
210068
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bacchus - Fourth Floor
SC07: Teaching Interpersonal Communication: Finding Your Voice via Nature / Nurture Intersections
Sponsor: Short Courses
Presenters:
Marian Houser, Texas State Univ, San Marcos
Timothy P. Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
Sally Vogl-Bauer, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
210069
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Iberville - Fourth Floor
SC08: Teaching the College Course in Communication Law
Sponsor: Short Courses
Presenter:
Paul Siegel, University of Hartford
210070
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Learning from the Tuscon Tragedy: Listening to the Voices of Students with Invisible Illness
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Dante Morelli, Suffolk County Community College
Presenters:
Mariama M. Changamire Shaw, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
Marla D. Chisholm, Del Mar College
Li Li, Ohio University
Keli Ryan Steuber, University of Iowa
Susan Ward, Delaware County Community College
Rebecca Weldon, Savannah College of Art and Design
210072
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Open Source Debating: Assessing the First Year of Innovation
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Chair: Allan Louden, Wake Forest University
Presenters:
Michael Antonucci, Georgetown University
Robert Atchison, Wake Forest University
Casey Harrigan, University of Georgia
Jeff Kurr, Baylor University
Respondent: Allan Louden, Wake Forest University
210073
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Lifting Up Her Voice: The Rise of the Female Political Pundit
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Linda B. Hobgood, University of Richmond
Presenters:
Beth M. Waggenspack, Virginia Tech
Myra G. Gutin, Rider University
Anne Mattina, Stonehill College
Janette Kenner Muir, George Mason Univ
Nichola Gutgold, Penn State Univ, Lehigh Valley
Molly M. Wertheimer, Penn State Univ
Respondent: Ann Atkinson, Keene State College
Jackson - Fifth Floor
210093
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Working Class Voices: Labor Activism and Public Argument
Sponsors: Argumentation and Forensics Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Ryan McGeough, Florida Atlantic University
Respondent: Mary Anne Trasciatti, Hofstra University
"Declaring Independence at the 1935 AFL Convention: The Working-Class Style of John L. Lewis" Steve Martin,
Ripon College
"Labor Voices, Public Memory and Public Argument" Ryan McGeough, Florida Atlantic University
"Reinhold Niebuhr’s Labor Movement Rhetoric: The Evolution of an Ethics of Rhetoric" Joe E. Rhodes, Louisiana
State University
"Voice and Identity in the Visual Rhetoric of The National Association of Letter Carriers" Mark Glantz, Coker College
210095
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Workshop on Voices of Gender and Race in Commercials: Amplified, Muted, Translated,
Transmogrified?
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Visual Communication Division
Chair: Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Presenters:
Sheri R. Bleam, Adrian College
Victoria Chen, San Francisco State Univ
Katherine Grace Hendrix, Univ of Memphis
Claire Sisco King, Vanderbilt University
Roseann M. Mandziuk, Texas State University, San Marcos
Christina Moss, North Carolina State
Karla D. Scott, St. Louis University
Sarah Stein, North Carolina State University
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
210101
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Listening to Alien Zombie Warriors: Intersectional Approaches to Colonialism, Race, Gender, and
Empire
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Peter Odell Campbell, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Respondent: Peter Odell Campbell, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"De-contextualizing the Warrior: 'Supporting our Fighting Men and Women' as an Emergent Cultural Trope" Peter
Ehrenhaus, Pacific Lutheran University
"Re-civilizing Alien Blackness and Re-inscribing White Racial Redemption in Avatar" Dexter B. Gordon, Univ of Puget
Sound
"Shadows upon the Landscape: Occidentalizing Neocolonialism in the Cinematic Reclamation of German Euro-White
Masculinity in The North Face" Derek Buescher, Univ of Puget Sound
"Taking a Bite out of Empire: Post-Imperial Tropes in Contemporary Zombie Films" Susan Owen, University of Puget
Sound
210103
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Authentically Speaking: Making Claims to Authentic Voices in Transnational Contexts
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: James Hay, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
"'I Pity the Fool' / 'His Death Would Be Too Obvious': Japanese Rearticulations of U.S. Culture" Robert Mejia, Univ
of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"'Promoting the New China': From Government Propaganda to Private Advertisement" Hui Li, Xiamen University of
China
"Bottoms Up: Black American Women and Representation in German Contemporary Culture" Kimberly Alecia
Singletary, Northwestern University
"Journey to the East: Constructions of Afro-Asia in African American Media during the Cold War" Robeson Taj
Frazier, University of Southern California
"Witnessing Time through TIME: What Difference do 40 Years Make for the Visual Representation of China on the
Cover of Time Magazine?" Joy Yang Jiao, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
210104
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
A Sampler of Content Analyses in Mass Communication
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Brenton Malin, Univ of Pittsburgh
Respondent: Leslie A. Rill, Portland State University
"Content Analysis as a Predictive Methodology: Online Video Game Auctions on eBay" Mu Wu, Penn State
University; Kimberly Neuendorf, Cleveland State University
"The Portrayal of Sex and Sexuality in Entertainment Media: A Content Analysis of Media Popular with Lesbian, Gay,
and Bisexual Adolescents" Bradley J. Bond, Georgetown University
"Cosmopolitanizing Identity: A Content Analysis of Television Advertisements in Lebanon" Assem Nasr, Indiana
University Purdue University, Fort Wayne
"Media Representation of Climate Change in South Korea" Jungmi Jun, University of Northern Iowa
210106
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Emotions in the Workplace
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Elizabeth K. Rush, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Respondent: Heather E. Canary, University of Utah
"Being Pushed and Pulled: HR Professionals’ Perceptions of Their Roles in Workplace Bullying Situations" Renee
Cowan, Univ of Texas, San Antonio; Mary F. Hoffman, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire; Lisa Furler, Texas State
University, San Marcos
"Flipping the Perspective: Finding the Working-class Voice in Emotional Intelligence" Jonathan Wickert, University of
Missouri
"Paradoxes, Dirty Work, and Intermediary Emotional Labor: The Emotional Work of Female Judges, Bailiffs, and
Clerks" Jennifer Scarduzio, Arizona State University; Sarah J. Tracy, Arizona State University
"Some Things are Better Left Not Unsaid: An Exploratory Study of the Communicatively-Restricted Organizational
Stressor" Alice E. Veksler, University of Connecticut; Justin P. Boren, Santa Clara University
"The Impact of an Enacted Social Support Training Intervention on Work-Life Interaction and Stress in a Sample of
Working Adults" Justin P. Boren, Santa Clara University; Jess K. Alberts, Arizona State University
210108
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Non-Governmental Organizations
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Stephanie Dailey, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Amy S. O'Connor, North Dakota State Univ
"All Similarities Breed Connections? Examining the Role of Multiple Sources of Homophily in Explaining
Interorganizational Collaboration Patterns among Infectious Disease INGOs" Yannick Lionel C. Atouba Ada, Univ of
Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Michelle D. Shumate, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"An Investigation of Internet-established Mixed-mode Voluntary Associations: The Ecology and Evolutionary
Processes Revealed" Chih-Hui Lai, Rutgers University
"Bridge Discourses and Organizational Ideologies: Managing Spiritual and Secular Communication in a Faith-based,
Nonprofit Organization" K. Arianna A. Molloy, University of Denver; Renee G. Heath, Univ of Portland
"El Sistema Venezuela: A Model of Social Change through Classical Music Education: Organizational and Cultural
Challenges for El Sistema USA" Elena Gabor, Bradley University
"How do Organizations Organize for Collective Action? Examining the Structure of Collective Action among Selfbenefitting NGOs in the National Labor Policy Domain" Andrew N. Pilny, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Yannick
Lionel C. Atouba Ada, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
210112
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Lies, Stress, Deception, and Fear: Papers in Interpersonal and Health Communication
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Kristen Carr, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Respondent: Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri
"Effect of Attention to Conflicting Media Health Information on Behavioral Intention and Post-Decisional Regret:
Mediating Role of Experienced Fear, Threat Appraisal, and Coping Appraisal" Jehoon Jeon, Wayne State University
"Sender Trait Altruism and Deception in Feedback Situations" David D. Clare, Michigan State University
"Soliciting Social Support to Fill the Void: A Model for Individuals in Long Distance Dating Relationships" Katherine
Galica, San Diego State Univ
"Stress, Perceived Support, and Marital Satisfaction: An Examination of Family Stressors in the Marital
Dyad" Victoria S. Jennings-Kelsall, Penn State University
"Voiceless Lying: The Effect of Deception Motivation, Punishment, and Communication Medium on a Person’s
Willingness to Take a Sick Day" Aubrie Adams, California State Univ, Sacramento
210113
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Online Social Support in Health Contexts
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Minsun Shim, University of Georgia
"Social Support in a Men's Online Eating Disorder Forum" Mark Flynn, Bowling Green State University; Alexandru
Stana, Bowling Green State University
"Communication Competence, Social Support, and Depression among College Students: A Model of Facebook and
Face-to-Face Support Network Influence" Kevin B. Wright, Saint Louis University; Jenny Rosenberg, Kent State
University; Nicole A. Ploeger, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Daniel R. Bernard, University of Oklahoma; Shawn
King, University of Oklahoma
"Effects of Personal Stories and Social Support on Sympathy, Self-disclosure and Cognitive Changes: An
Investigation of Online Health Support Groups" Weirui Wang, Florida International University
"Weak –ties of Psychological Well-being: Social Capital in Online Patient Support Groups on
DailyStrength.com" Yujung Nam, University of Southern California
210114
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
Risk and Crisis Communication: Applying Communication Theory
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Public Relations Division
Chair: Susan Tomasovic, George Mason Univ
Respondent: Michael J. Palenchar, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
"'A Dog in Both Sides of the Fight:' Layered Voices in Expert Risk Communication about Security and Civil Uses of
Radio-Isotopes" Dorothy Collins Andreas, Pepperdine University
"Clearing the Air: Journalists and Emergency Managers Discuss Disaster Response" Shari R. Veil, University of
Kentucky
"Microblogging to Provide Informative, Explanatory, and Persuasive Voice in Crisis Communication: Technical
Explanations in the BP Oil Spill" Keri Stephens, Univ of Texas, Austin; Ashley K. Barrett, Univ of Texas, Austin;
Maegan Quejada, National Instruments; Will Ragan, University of Texas, Austin
"The Impact of Uncertainty and Communal Coping on Mental Health Following Natural Disasters" Walid Afifi, Univ of
California, Santa Barbara; Erika Felix, University of California, Santa Barbara; Tamara Afifi, University of California,
Santa Barbara
210115
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Changing Voices in Media: Mainstreaming Nontraditional Gendered Voices in Media about the
Supernatural
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Valerie R. Renegar, San Diego State Univ
Respondent: Valerie R. Renegar, San Diego State Univ
"All Tangled Up: Mainstreaming Feminist Fairy Tales and Challenging Traditional Gender Roles in Disney’s
Tangled" Sarah Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
"Heteronormative Violence in How to Train Your Dragon" Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
"Jinkies! Zoinks! Velma and Shaggy are Dating? Gender Roles and Relationships in Cartoon Network’s Scooby-Doo!
Mystery Incorporated" Julie A. Davis, College of Charleston; Robert Westerfelhaus, College of Charleston; Celeste
Lacroix, College of Charleston
"Sacrificial Sookie: A Feminist Analysis of HBO’s True Blood" Stephanie Kelley-Romano College, Bates
210121
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Resisting Democracy: Voicing the Problems and Possibilities with Publics
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Chair: Jeff Motter, Appalachian State Univ
Respondent: Ronald Walter Greene, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Constitutive Erasure: Agrarian Appropriation in the Tea Party’s Assertion of Authentic Democracy" Jeff Motter,
Appalachian State Univ
"Contested Freedom: The National Indian Youth Council and Counterhegemonic Struggle in Indian Affairs" Casey
Kelly, Butler University
"Delinking Democracy: The Young Lords, Decoloniality, and Radical Democratic Voice" Darrel Enck-Wanzer,
University of North Texas
"Rhetorical Wildcats: Class Struggle and the No-Strike Pledge during World War II" Matt May, North Carolina State
University
210122
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Exploring Modes and Practices of Memory: Vernacular Voices and Local Publics
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chairs: Victoria Gallagher, North Carolina State University; John M. Ackerman, Univ of Colorado,
Boulder; Jason Kalin, North Carolina State University; Daniel H. Kim, Univ of Colorado,
Boulder; Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University; Hillary Lee Savoie, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
"Aesthetic Forms of Memory" Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
"Developing Place: Topoi, Analogical Place-Making, Materiality and the Digital Screen" Daniel H. Kim, Univ of
Colorado, Boulder
"Iconicity and Monumentality in the Rhetorical Figurations of Collective Memory" John M. Ackerman, Univ of
Colorado, Boulder
"The New Radio: New Media, Public Memory, and This American Life" Hillary Lee Savoie, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute
"The Scene of Digital Public Memory: A Tropological Detour through the Topoi of Memory" Jason Kalin, North
Carolina State University
210123
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Argumentation And Forensics Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Presenters:
Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
Stephanie Wideman, Wayne State Univ
Ben Walker, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
Jeannie Hunt, Northwest College
James Dimock, Minnesota State University, Mankato
210125
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
To the Cloud! Apps and Tools to Engage Students
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Nancy R. Pearson, Minot State University
Presenters:
Audra Myerchin, Minot State University
Shannon C. VanHorn, Valley City State Univ
Kimberly M. Weismann, Williston State College
Jonna Ziniel, Valley City State University
210127
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Understanding Voices of Health Care Providers and their Patients
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Marianne Matthias, Roudebush VA Medical Center
"One Context, Two Perspectives: Using the Ethnography of Communication to Study Physician and Nurse
Communication in the Emergency Department Context" Marleah Dean, Texas A&M University
"Patients’ Perceptions of Their Physicians’ Communication: Whose Voices are We Hearing?" Audrey Riffenburgh,
University of New Mexico
"When Patients Are Impatient: Emergency Department Employees’ Communication Strategies with Non-Urgent
Patients Frustrated by Delays in Emergency Services" Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University; Holley Wilkin,
Georgia State University; Michael Tannebaum, Georgia State University; Melissa Plew, Georgia Southern University
"What Nurses Say: Communication Behaviors Associated with the Competent Nursing Handoff" Anne Streeter,
Lindsey Wilson College; Nancy Harrington, University of Kentucky; Derek Ray Lane, University of Kentucky
"The Effect of Resident Physician Stress, Burnout, and Empathy On Patient-Centered Communication During the
Long-Call Shift" Stacey Passalacqua, James Madison University; Chris Segrin, University of Arizona
210128
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Understanding Political Dissent
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: William Huddy, University of Denver
Respondent: Ronald E. Lee, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Crafting the Narrative of Tea Party Dissent: Unpacking Cultural Resonance, Myth, and Black Political
Empowerment" Ben LaPoe, Louisiana State University
"Mr. Dean Goes to Washington…and Brings a Social Movement With Him: A Rhetorical Analysis of Howard Dean’s
Address to the Yearlykos Convention" Spencer Harris, University of Kansas
"Presidential Campaign Announcements: A Third Party Variant" Ryan M. Neville-Shepard, Indiana University-Purdue
University, Columbus
"The Rhetoric of Counterpublics: An Ideological Study of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s Rhetoric in
Ikhwanweb" Soumia Dhar, University of New Mexico
210129
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Immigrant Experiences in the United States: Organizational Identification, Communication with
Healthcare Providers, and Communication with International Students
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division
Chair: Bessie L. Lawton, West Chester Univ
Respondent: Richie Hao, University of Denver
"Strengthening the Bond in Work Groups: Organizational Identification of Chinese Professionals Working in the
U.S." Yuxia Qian, Albion College; Deyu Xu, Ohio University
"Doctor-Patient Communication Styles: A Comparison between the U.S. and Three Asian Countries" Jonathan
Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida; Jennifer Spear, Univ of Central Florida
"Uncertainty and Anxiety Management in Prenatal Care Interactions: The Role of Language Proficiency and
Dissimilarity of Health Beliefs" Jie Zhuang, Michigan State University; Xing Liu, Michigan State University; Maria K.
Lapinski, Michigan State University
"Reconsideration of Cultural Differences: Strategies for Better Intercultural Communication with International
Students from China and the United States" Dexin Tian, Savannah College of Art and Design; Chin-Chung Chao, Univ
of Nebraska, Omaha
210130
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
The Law: Giving Voice to Marginalized Groups
Sponsor: Communication and Law Division
Chair: Janice E. Schuetz, Univ of New Mexico
Respondent: Janice E. Schuetz, Univ of New Mexico
"De Jure Blackness: Racialization in Brown v. Board of Education" Jason Jordan, University of North Texas
"Mammy: Andy Warhol, Aunt Jemima, and Intellectual Property at the Intersections of Race, Labor, and
Gender" Anjali Vats, University of Washington
"The Language of Online Sexual Predation: A Linguistic Analysis of Online Predator Grooming" Melissa Wollis,
Cornell University; Jeffrey Hancock, Cornell University; Michael Woodworth, University of British Columbia
"The Ratification Debate over the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Communicating
International Law" Jennifer Biedendorf, Penn State University
210131
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Voicing Africa in Mainstream Intercultural Communication Research
Sponsors: African American Communication and Culture Division, International and Intercultural Communication
Division
Chair: Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Presenters:
Haydar Badawi Sadig , King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Hala Asmina Guta, Prince Mohamad Bin Fahd University
Bala A. Musa, Azusa Pacific University
Eddah Mutua-Kombo, St. Cloud State Univ
Chuka Onwumechili, Howard University
210132
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Remembering Lawrence W. Rosenfield
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Thomas W. Benson, Penn State University
Presenters:
Bernard Armada, University of St. Thomas
Thomas S. Frentz, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Betsy Hall, Consultant and Counselor
Laurie Hayes, Lakehead University
Janet Farrell Leontiou, Nassau Community College
Lawrence J. Prelli, Univ of New Hampshire
Mark Shaw, Lam Research
210134
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
Border Crossings
Sponsors: International and Intercultural Communication Division, La Raza Caucus
Chair: Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University
Respondent: Randy K. Dillon, Missouri State Univ
"Returning Home to the Borderlands: A Qualitative Study of the Reentry Experiences of Hispanic Students in South
Texas" Ferjie Hontanosas, University of Texas, Pan American; Yvonne Yanrong Chang, Univ of Texas, Pan American
"Criminalizing Immigration: Framing SB1070 in Opinion-Based News Conten" Danielle Jones-Kvam, Univ of New
Mexico
"Hispanic Voices on the Northern Plains: A Thematic Analysis of Adaptation among Hispanic Youth in
Siouxland" Kelly McKay-Semmler, University of South Dakota; Young Yun Kim, University of Oklahoma
"Nicaraguan Immigration in Costa Rica: Understanding Power and Race through Language Ideology" Anthony
Spencer, San Ignacio de Loyola
210135
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
NCA Committee on Committees Meeting
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
Ellendale Boardroom
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
Catherine M. Blackburn, Brookdale Community College
Dawn O. Braithwaite, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Fernando Delgado, Univ of Wisconsin, River Falls
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
Aimee E. Miller-Ott, University of Hartford
Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
Donna R. Pawlowski, Creighton University
Brian Scott Titsworth, Ohio University
Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University
Rich West, Emerson College
210142
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Studies of Intimacy and Commitment Across Friends and Romantic Partners
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Timothy Ryan Worley, University of Georgia
"A New Voice for Commitment? Exploring the Conceptualization of Commitment in Dating Relationships" Rachel
Price, University of Kentucky; Molly Reynolds, University of Kentucky
"Co-rumination About One's Romantic Relationship with a Friend and Perceptions of Inequity and
Satisfaction" Ashley A. Hanna, Michigan State University
"Network Vision: How Accurately Can Social Network Members Identify Each Other's Close Friends?" Malcolm Parks,
University of Washington; John Crowley, University of Washington
"Sex Differences in Intimacy in Same-Sex Friendships: A Meta-Analysis" Melissa A. Maier, Univ of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Katie LaPlant Turkiewicz, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Falon F. Kartch, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee;
Kathryn Dindia, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Mike Allen, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Sex, Intimacy, and Commitment: Exploring College Students’ and Adults’ Dating Perspectives" Molly Reynolds,
University of Kentucky; Rachel Price, University of Kentucky
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 01: Applied Communication
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Rodney Reynolds, California Lutheran University
"Needs-Based Assessment and Intercultural Training for Missions" Justin Velten, University of Texas, Tyler; Carley
H. Dodd, Abilene Christian University
"The 'NECD Voice': Student Perceptions of Experiential Learning in Journalism Courses at Two Universities" Lisa M
Paulin, North Carolina Central University; Zevandah Barnes, North Carolina Central University; Crystal Cotton, North
Carolina Central University; April Leanne Simon, North Carolina Central University
"Urban Farming in Flint, Michigan: from the 1920s to the Present" Christina M Strong, Michigan State University
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 02: Civility and Pedagogy
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: John Baldwin, Illinois State University
"Invisible Partners: Exclusion through Heternormative Relationship Recognition at the University of Nebraska" Emily
Schlichting, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
"Semantic Network Analysis as a Tool for Clarifying the Connection between the Communication of Respect and
Cross-Cultural Competence" Lauren Mackenzie, Air Force Culture & Language Center
"The Effect of SNS Usage on Civic Engagement In Environmental Issues Among Chinese Internet Users: A Case
Study of Weibo ”" Miao Liu, SUNY, Buffalo
"Voicing Civility: Research on the Theory and Pedagogy of Civil Dialogue" Jennifer A. Linde, Arizona State
University; Clark Olson, Arizona State University; John Genette, Black Mountain Communication
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 03: Civility and Pedagogy II
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Lynn D Gregory, Appalachian State Univ
"A Study of the Relationship Between Student Proficiency, Satisfaction, and Perceived Usability of Online
Search" Tatyana Dumova, Point Park Univ
"Faculty Engagement with Students in Discipline Specific and Non-Discipline Specific First Year Seminars" Trudy L.
Hanson, West Texas A&M Univ; Galdino Griego, West Texas A&M University; James R. Hallmark, West Texas A&M
University
"Integrating Service Learning into Public Relation and New Media Coursework: Applications, Implications, Challenges
and Rewards" James P. Gleason, Eastern Kentucky Univ
"The Internet as Protest Tactic: A Frame Analysis of Media Discourse Regarding 'Hacktivism' and 'Virtual
Marches'" Sarah Worley, Juniata College
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 04: Communication and Identity
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Dorothy W. Ige, Indiana Univ Northwest
"Becoming 'Black' In America: Exploring African Immigrants' Struggle with Racial Identity" Godfried Asante,
Minnesota State University, Mankato
"Challenging Gender Binaries through a Defense of the Transgender Self: An Examination of the Apologia of 'The
Pregnant Man'" Erika M. Thomas, California State Univ, Fullerton
"Naming Practices During Relationship Formalization and the Resulting Impacts on Identity" Julie Walker, Minnesota
State University, Mankato; Kristen Treinen, Minnesota State University, Mankato
"Nationalism, Identity, and Fan Relationship Building in Barcelona Football Club" Cesar Garcia, Central Washington
University
"Research in Progress: Single Mothers and Single Daughters: A Preliminary Investigation of Singleness and Identity
Negotiation" Alison B Trego, Arizona State University
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 05: Communication Emotion
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Christa Tess, Minneapolis Community College
"Angry or Scared? Exploring the Relationship of Verbal Aggression, Argumentativeness, Communication
Apprehension, Race, Gender, and Birth Order to Relational Satisfaction" Felecia F. Jordan Jackson, School of
Communication
"Assessing the Impact of a Communication Apprehension Program on the University" Ronald Grapsy, Kutztown
University
"The Dark/Light Side Cycle of Communicative Aggression in Creating and Maintaining Geek Culture" Chad Wertley,
University of Nebraska
"The Relationship Between Religious Commitment Level and Forgiveness Granting and Forgiveness Seeking
Strategies" Jennifer Schaafsma, Wittenberg University
"Understanding Communication Inequality: The Role of Social and Cognitive Factors" Shelly Hovick, University of
Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; LeeAnn Kahlor, University of Texas, Austin
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 06: Communication Theory and Interpersonal Communication
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Mary Hinchcliff-Pelias, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Conversational Goals in Mediation Sessions" Gwen A. Hullman, Univ of Nevada, Reno; Michael Kwiatkowski,
University of Nevada, Reno
"Critiquing Knapp’s Stages of Coming Together and Apart and Modifying it for Contemporary Relationships" Jessica
A Nodulman, Univ of New Mexico
"Step by Step: The Model of Interaction Stages in Relationships and Narrative Structures of Romantic
Comedies" Stephanie Gomez, University of Utah
"Using Narrative Inquiry to Study Initial Experiences Related to Cultural Conflicts between Two Nations: A Research
Proposal" Neesha Mathur, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Kanti Winarah Crain, Indiana University
Purdue University Indianapolis
"Who Knows Their Bedroom Secrets? Communication Privacy Management in Couples Who Swing" Melodee Sova,
University of North Texas
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 07: Diverse Perspectives
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Leland G Spencer, University of Georgia
"Exposing Mary Lincoln: Elizabeth Keckley and the Rhetoric of Intimate Disclosure" Lisa Shawn Hogan, Penn State
University
"Promoting Sustainable Wind Energy Development through Community Engagement: A Kansas Case Study" Melissa
Granville, Wichita State University; Deborah S. Ballard-Reisch, Wichita State Univ; Jack Brand, Wichita State
University; Jeffrey Fletcher, Wichita State University; Charles Koeber, Wichita State University; Alyssa Ballard-Reisch,
Andover Central High School
"The Letters of C. O. Baldwin" Mary Helen Brown, Auburn University
"Who’s the Greenest of the Them All? Weddings, Identity, and Naming in the Green Movement" Julie Homchick,
Western Washington University
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 08: Diversity in Rhetorical Perspectives
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
"Affect and Our Capitalist Investments: A Rhetorical History of Economic Debates" Catherine Chaput, University of
Nevada, Reno
"Genre Fragmentation: The Diversification of Semantic Habits in Music" Susan Cook, Metropolitan State College of
Denver; Karen R Krupar, Metropolitan State College of Denver; Pamela Mushrush, Metropolitan State College of
Denver; Jason Dirgo, Metropolitan State College of Denver; Danielle Strimbu, Metropolitan State College of Denver
"Navigating Liquid Modernity: Toward an Ethic of Rhetorical Responsibility" James Pickett, Flagler College
"Research in Progress: Stories of Culture and Development in the High North" Jan Soernes, University of Nordland;
Jan Terje Henriksen, Bodø Graduate School of Business at the University of Nordland; Larry D. Browning, Univ of
Texas, Austin
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 09: Health Communication
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Courtney Wright, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
"Communication Experiences and Challenges of Family Caregivers for People with Alzheimer's Disease" Randa S
Garden, Wayne State College
"Fighting Weight: Contested Political Moralities in Contemporary Public Discourses of Obesity" Helene A. Shugart,
University of Utah
"The Pink and The Black Project" Annette Madlock Gatison, Southern Connecticut State University
"Using Concept Mapping to Understand How Young Adult Women View the Female Condom" Karishma Chatterjee,
Univ of Texas, Arlington; Charla Markham-Shaw, University of Texas, Arlington
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 10: Performing Gender Identity
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Mary Lee Cunill, University of Georgia
"'My Chick Bad': An Analysis of the Presence of Philogyny in Rap Music" Tia Tyree, Howard University; Michelle E
Jones, Columbus State University
"Branding Masculinity: An Examination of Brand Placement in James Bond Films and its Potential Influence on Male
Identity Formation" Brittany Rowe-Cernevicius, Westminster College
"Feminist Women and Gay Men: Communication and Coalition" Travers Scott, Clemson University
"She’s a What?! Conservative Feminism, Evangelical Feminism, and other Oxymorons" Jenna Ledford, University of
North Texas
"What can We Learn About Black Sororities: An Application of Black Feminist Thought and the Social Identity
Perspective to Small Groups" Leticia Williams, California State Univ Fresno
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 11: Performing Identity
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Tabitha Hart, University of Washington
"Alternate Metaphors for Work-Family" Krista N Belanger, Lake Superior State Univ
"Creating a Social Entrepreneurial Self: An Exploration in Social Entrepreneurs’ Identity Construction
Process" Jeremy P Fyke, Marquette University; Sarah B. Feldner, Marquette University
"Nursing the Identity: An Exploration of Nurse Identity, Conflict, and Anticipated Turnover" Jennifer J. Moreland,
Ohio State University
"Shifting Meanings of Work and Identity in the Midst of a Layoff" Stacey Wieland, Western Michigan University
"Videogames for Girls: Representations of Femininity" Carolyn Cunningham, Gonzaga University
210144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 12: Technology and Social Change
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Patrick L. Stearns, Morgan State University
"'Assessing the Affordances, Ethical Frameworks, and Regulation of Anonymous Communication on the
Internet'" Robert Bodle, College of Mount St. Joseph
"Effects of Politicians’ Twitter Communication on Opinion Polarization: Social Presence as a Mediator" Soo Yun Shin,
Seoul National University; Eun-Ju Lee, Seoul National Univ; Soo Youn Oh, Seoul National University
"Is Non-sociality Possible on a Social Network?" Alison N. Novak, Drexel University
"Shaping Disagreements in Progressive Blogspace: Translating Arguments into Action in the Obama Era" Jack
Harris, Rutgers University
210151
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Employing and Firing the Cannons of Extemp: Building a Theory of Extemporaneous Speaking with the
Five Canons of Rhetoric"
Sponsor: National Forensic Association
Chair: Raymond A. Quiel, Eastern Michigan University
"Accentuating the Rhetoric by Accenting the Delivery: Articulating an International Perspective of Extemporaneous
Speaking" Anke Wolbert, Adrian College
"Have we actually Lost the Art of Actual Wordsmithing? Rescuing Extemporaneous Speaking from Linguistic
Redundancy" George H. Denger, Lake Superior State Univ; Raymond A. Quiel, Eastern Michigan University
"Question Driven Construction: Let Form Fit Function" Raymond A. Quiel, Eastern Michigan University; George H.
Denger, Lake Superior State Univ
"Speak with Power: A Gramscian Analysis of Hegemony within the Argumentative Norms of Extemporaneous
Speaking" Courtney Wright, Eastern Michigan University; Michael Marion, Eastern Michigan University
"Travels from Rome to Washington and Text to Context: The Evolution of Memoria in the Western World" Nick J.
Romerhausen, Eastern Michigan University
210152
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
The Timely Voice
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: Kenneth R. Chase, Wheaton College
Presenters:
Kenneth R. Chase, Wheaton College
Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Craig E. Mattson, Trinity Christian College
210153
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Giving Voice: Critical Pedagogy and Performance
Sponsors: Argumentation and Forensics Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Dillon White, Illinois State University
Respondent: Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
"'Coaching to Transgress': What Bell Hooks and Other Critical Pedagogy Scholars Can Teach Forensic
Educators" Leah E. White, Minnesota State University, Mankato; John Perlich, Hastings College
"Making Your Peace: Using Forensic Participation to Resolve Internal Conflicts" Suzanne Lumberg, Illinois State
University; Leah E. White, Minnesota State University, Mankato
"Public Address and Oral Interpretation of Literature: Using Personal Narrative to Select Topics and Themes for
Performance" Kristofer B. Kracht, Gustavus Adolphus College; Kate Bissen, Gustavus Adolphus College; Cadi
Kadlececk, Gustavus Adolphus College; Chris Moua, Gustavus Adolphus College
"Textual Layering and the Personal Narrative: Situating the Self in Competitive Performance" John Perlich, Hastings
College; Jose Jimenez, Hastings College; Corey Reutlinger, Hastings College
"Voicing the Marginalized: Oral Interpretation as an Opportunity for Activism" Abbie M. Syrek, Univ of Nebraska,
Omaha; Cameron Logsdon, University of Nebraska, Omaha
210154
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Community Engagement and Experiential Learning: Combining the Benefits of Learning from Direct
Experience with Engaging in Charitable Works to Facilitate Student Learning and Help Our
Communities
Sponsor: Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer S. Hallet, Young Harris College
Presenters:
Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University
Garret Castleberry, University of Oklahoma
Cindy K. Gordon, University of North Texas
Jennifer S. Hallet, Young Harris College
Norma Jones, Kent State University
Brian K. Richardson, University of North Texas
210156
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
(In)visible Voices: Compulsory Ablebodiedness and the Invisible Labor of Disabilities in the Academy
Sponsors: Caucus on Disability Issues, Convention Theme Group
Chairs: Heather Carver, University of Missouri; Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale; Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State University; Julie-Ann Scott, University of North Carolina,
Wilmington; Diana Woodhouse, Southern Illinois University
Respondent: Heather Carver, University of Missouri
"Body Abandoned: When Discourses Choke" Diana Woodhouse, Southern Illinois University
"Designer Disabled: Performing Compulsory Able-bodiedness Through Physically Disabled Performance" Julie-Ann
Scott, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
"Performing Dyslexia: A Politics of Disability Visibility" Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Suspect Sanities and Visible Illnesses: The Invisible Labor of Resisting Stigma" Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State
University
210157
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Hip Hop’s Spiritual Side: A Discussion of Urban God Talk: Towards Constructing a Hip Hop Spirituality
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
Presenters:
Reynaldo S. Anderson, Harris Stowe College
VaNatta Ford, Ripon College
Timothy Paul Huffman, Arizona State University
Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
Miri Pardo, St. John Fisher College
Jim Perkinson, Ecumenical Theological Seminary
210158
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Top Student Debut Papers in Rhetorical Studies
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Elizabeth McLaughlin, Bethel College
Respondent: Mark A. E. Williams, California State Univ, Sacramento
"Separating the Mormon from the Politician: A Neo-Aristotelian Critique of Mitt Romney's 'Faith in America'
Speech" Sky L. Anderson, Colorado State University
"A Voice Crying in the Wilderness: A Wounded Healer, the HIV/AIDS Rhetoric of Rev. James L. Cherry" Christopher
A. House, University of Pittsburgh
"Augustine’s Circumfession: A Deconstructive Reading of Augustine’s Voice of 'God' in Confessions" Jason Myres,
University of Georgia
"Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church: Image Restoration Strategies" Kathryn Nogueira, George Mason University
1:00 PM
211021
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Merging Voices around the Globe
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: Melissa M. Chastain, Spalding University; Ling Chen, Hong Kong Baptist Univ; Wendy LeedsHurwitz, Univ of Wisconsin, Parkside; Michael F. Smith, La Salle University
"01. A Muslim in the Christian Club: The International Herald Tribune’s News Framing of Turkey’s European Union
Candidacy" Nur Uysal, University of Oklahoma
"02. Adaptation or fusion: The struggle of North Korean defectors in the South Korean healthcare system" Soo Jung
Hong, Pennsylvania State University
"03. Centering Marginal Voices in Tourism: Hawaiian 'Cultural Advisors' Articulating a Colonial and Cultural
Renaissance Narrative" Kristine Mroczek, University of Washington; LeiLani Nishime, University of Washington
"04. Chasing the Dominican Dream: Major League Baseball and the Media’s Role in the Postcolonial Treatment of
Dominican Baseball Players" Sara Straub, University of Oklahoma
"05. Discipline and Repress: Implications of the Constructing and Concealing Roles of Discourse" Oren Livio, Open
University of Israel
"06. From The Streets to The Web: The Politics of the Visual Coverage of the Saffron Revolution" Matthew
Richards, University of Utah
"07. Hunger as Health: Culture-Centered Interrogations of Alternative Rationalities of Health" Mohan J. Dutta,
Purdue University
"08. Making Sense of the Parallel Universe: An Examination of Intercultural Adaptation in the Expatriation
Process" Nan Li, California State Univ, Chico
"09. Native American Philosophy and Communication Studies: The Voice of Viola F. Cordova" Michelle Pence,
Louisiana State University
"10. Neoliberalism, Agriculture, and Farmer Stories: Voices of Farmers from the Margins of India" Rahul Rastogi,
Purdue University; Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue University
"11. Nigeria as a Site of Imperial Binary: A Case Study of HIV/AIDS Strategic Framework" Agaptus Anaele, Purdue
University
"12. Petra Kelly and Dorothy Day: Peace Activists Working Inside and Outside the Traditional Government Structure
for Social Change" Brion White, Bowling Green State University
"13. Political Apologia in Kenya: A New Dimension to Apologetic Rhetoric Strategies" Dane Mwirigi Kiambi, Texas
Tech Univ
"14. Reconciling Voices in Public Diplomacy Scholarship: Contested and Evolving Meaning of Public Diplomacy as
Public Relations" Anna Klyueva, University of Oregon
"15. Save Our Students: The Racist Attacks Against Indians Down Under" Purba Das, Ohio University Southern
"16. Sexuality in Advertisements and Global Ads Campaigns: A Content Analysis of U.S. and Korean Women’s
Fashion Magazines Assessing the Representation of Sexually Explicit Advertisements" Kimberly Bissell, University of
Alabama; Jee Young Chung, Southern Utah University
"17. Social Construction of Environmental Photos" Michelle Seelig, University of Miami
"18. Sustainability Testing For Development Projects" Emily Polk, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Jan
Servaes, University of Massachusetts; Song Shi, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Thanu Yakupitijage, University
of Massachusetts
"19. Tackling Ideological Clashes: Positional Cultural Identification in Political Commentaries by Chinese Overseas
Online Commentators (COOCs)" Haibin Dong, University of New Mexico
"20. Teaching Expatriate Adaptation while Dealing with Reality: The Impact of a Tragedy on the Study-Abroad
Experience." Kenneth J. Levine, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville; Sally L. Levine, Case Western Reserve University
"21. The Big Branch Mine Disaster: An Analysis of Silence Surrounding Global Climate Change" Maria Blevins,
University of Utah
"22. The Comic Frame in the Belgrade Student Protest of 1996/1997" Gordana Lazic, University of Denver
"23. The Ordinary Organization of Talk-in-Interaction in the ESL Class for Adult Somali Refugees" Seo Hyun Park,
Ohio State University
"24. The Shibboleth of Worship: How Voice and Language Divides a Bilingual Church Community" Kristina RuizMesa, University of Colorado, Boulder
"25. Using Micro-level Success to Impact Macro-level Processes: An Overview of Conflict and Peace in Northern
Ireland" Paula V. Hopeck, Purdue University
"26. Voicing Diasporic Loyalties: On Displacement in between China, Mexico, and the United States" Hsin-I
(Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara University
"27. What is Identity Anyway? Complexities of Culture and Displacement of Meskhetian Turks" Nurhayat H. Bilge,
Arizona State University
"28. Who is Responsible? The Analysis of Media Coverage of Prisoner Abuse in Iraq by American and British
Soldiers" Ramune Braziunaite, Bowling Green State Univ
"29. Unobtrusive Measurement of Racial Attitudes: Media Effects Applications" Erin Ash, Pennsylvania State
University
"30. An Inside-Out Exploration of Contemporary Chinese Public Relations Education" Ai Zhang , Richard Stockton
College of New Jersey ; Yi Luo, Montclair State Univ; Hua Jiang, Towson University
"31. Performing Resistance through 'Blogging' in Everyday Organizational Life: A Case Study of Taiwanese
Commercial Airlines Pilot" Andy Kai-Chun Chuang, University of Denver
"32. Raise Voice in Health Communication: A Case Study on User’s Involvement in Chinese Overseas Online Health
Forum" Yue Hu, George Mason Univ
"33. The Influence of Confucianism on the Contemporary Chinese Rhetoric of Bureaucratic Style" Dongjing Kang,
Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"34. Social Groups, Social Media, and Higher Dimensional Social Structures: Towards a Simplical Model of Social
Aggregation for Computational Social Science in Communication Research" Kerk Kee, Chapman University; Mirco
Mannucci, Holomathics Inc.; Lisa Sparks, Chapman University/University of California, Irvine; Daniele C. Struppa,
Chapman University
211040
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Grand Ballroom - Third Floor
NCA Graduate School Open House
Sponsor: NCA National Office
2:00 PM
212011
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
The Politics of Bodily Waste
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Danielle McGeough, Louisiana State University
Respondent: Gordon Coonfield, Villanova University
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
"Cloaca and the Canivalesque" Danielle McGeough, Louisiana State University
"Excavating Cruelty, the Uncanny, and Heterology in Reddy the Robot’s Designed for Human Consumption" Charles
Parrott, Kennesaw State Univ
"From Biopower to ‘Crack in Surveillance’: A Genealogy of the Public Restroom" Nathan Taylor, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Waste Not, Want Not: Sterility and the Hygiene Hypothesis" Nicole L. Defenbaugh, Bloomsburg University
212012
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Dressing Up Our Voices: Women's Fashion as Activism, Culture and Politics
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
"'Fierce' Attachments: Nurturing Self-Branding in America’s Next Top Model" Dara P. Murray, Rutgers University
"A Fashionable Voice: Dress Reform and Women’s Rights in the Rhetoric of Amelia Bloomer" Rachel A. Johnson,
Penn State University
"Demonstrating Discontent: Feminism, Western Hegemony, and France’s 'Burqa' Ban" Chelsea K. Hampton,
Villanova University
"Kat Von D: Television Star, Canvas, and Consumer Object" Nichole Barta, California State University, Northridge
"Reconstructing National Identity and Diplomacy through Fashion: First Lady Michelle Obama" Marissa Lowe,
University of Illinois
"Witchy Women: A Feminist Textual Analysis of Charmed" Sheila Rowe, Trinity University
"Woman as Fashion Accessory Proving Heterosexual Manhood in Men's Metro-Sexual Magazine
Advertising" Kimberly Golombisky, Univ of South Florida; Jennifer Ford Stamps, Independent Scholar
212013
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Gendered Voices of Science: How Science Speaks About Gender and Genders Speak about Science
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Jessica Prody, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Respondent: Kelly Happe, University of Georgia
"'She’s Probably a Peace Nut too': Gender in the Campaign to Silence Rachel Carson" Jessica Prody, Univ of
Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Androgel and the New Neurasthenia" Michelle Rodino-Colocino, Penn State University
"Brave Sperm and Demure Eggs: Fallopian Gender Politics on YouTube" Pamela Hill Nettleton, Marquette University
"Mammograms or Bust: Gendered Debates over the Meaning of Science in the Mass Media" Nicole E. Hurt,
University of Georgia
"Moralizing Health Care Reform: Public Women, Expertise, and Scientific Arguments" Justin Killian, Hamline
University
212014
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Expanding Our Voices through Crystallization: A Multigenre Approach to Communication Disability
Issues Research
Sponsor: Caucus on Disability Issues
Chair: Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Respondent: Laura L. Ellingson, Santa Clara University
"Becoming a Dendrite through (Dis)Ability Crystallization Research" Maggie Quinlan, University of North Carolina,
Charlotte
"Exploring Type 2 Diabetes and Disability in Jamaica: Using Crystallization Principles as a Guide" Kallia Wright, Univ
of Technology, Jamaica
"Poetry, Pedagogy, and Purpose: Crystallization in the Study of (Dis)Abled Masculinities" Kurt Lindemann, San
Diego State Univ
"They Can’t See Me Watching Them: Applying Ethical Strategies of Crystallization to Disability Research" Elaine
Jenks, West Chester Univ
212015
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Melodic Voices: The Rhetoric of Hip Hop, Neo-Soul and Blues
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Keith B. Jenkins, Rochester Institute of Technology
Respondent: Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
"'That Same Old Blues': Tourism Practices, African American Music Heritage, and the Marketing of Mississippi Delta’s
Blues Heritage" Stephen A. King, Delta State University
"Freaknik: The Musical: Who Represents Real Hip Hop? A Battle for Authenticity" Brittany Collins, Texas A&M Univ
"Rappin', Riffin', Resistin': The Liberatory Poetics & Revolutionary Potential of Radical Rap & Neo-Soul" Christopher
Harris, Nevada State College
"Signifyin(g) the Voice of Post-Katrina New Orleans: Lil Wayne’s 'Tie My Hands' and the Rhetoric of Hip-Hop" Alex
McVey, Baylor University
"The Choreopoem as Counterhegemonic Response; Percussive Vocalization As Resistance in the Works of Ntozake
Shange" Patrick L. Stearns, Morgan State University
212022
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
A New Pedagogical Voice on the Communication Team: Sports Communication
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Michael Butterworth, Bowling Green State Univ
Presenters:
Sandra L. Alspach, Ferris State University
Robert S. Brown, Daniel Webster College
Paul Gullifor, Bradley University
Respondent: Andrew C. Billings, University of Alabama
212023
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Public Address Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Presenters:
Angela Ray, Northwestern University
Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
Mary E. Stuckey, Georgia State University
Kristy Maddux, University of Maryland
Robert Terrill, Indiana University
Kirt H. Wilson, Penn State University
212024
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Language and Social Interaction Business Meeting
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Presenters:
Todd L Sandel, University of Oklahoma
Jeffrey Robinson, Portland State University
Danielle Pillet-Shore, Univ of New Hampshire
Alan D. Hansen, Carroll College
Galina Bolden, Rutgers University
Trudy Milburn, Independent Researcher
212025
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
The Varied Voices of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Ana M. Cruz, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
Respondent: Colleen Garside, Weber State Univ
"Communication Anxiety and Uncertainty as a Potential Impediment to Discourse and Learning in the Multi-Cultural
Classroom" Luci J. Galvan, California State Univ, Sacramento
"Communication Internships: The Good, the Bad, and the Not So Pretty" Randy K. Dillon, Missouri State Univ
"Managing Relational Climates: The Inherent Dilemmas of Critical Education" Thomas J. Yannuzzi, Penn State
University, Brandywine; Daniela Martin, Penn State University, Brandywine
"Teaching for Change: Articulating, Profiling, and Assessing Transformative Learning Capabilities in the
Communication Classroom" Kate G. Willink, University of Denver; Jeanne M. Jacobs, University of Denver
"Voicing Silence and Imagining Citizenship: Teaching and Learning in Dialogues about Race and Whiteness in a
'Post-Racial' Era" Liliana Herakova, University of Massachusetts; Leda M. Cooks, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst;
Dijana Jelaca, Univ of Massachusetts; Razvan Sibii, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
212027
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns Business Meeting
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Presenters:
E. Tristan Booth, Arizona State University
Jon Hoffman, University of Maryland
David Weiss, Montana State Univ, Billings
Thomas R. Dunn, Univ of Georgia
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
David J. Gudelunas, Fairfield University
Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
212028
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Exploring Concepts of Chinese Communication: Old and New
Sponsor: Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Chair: Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University
Respondent: Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest University
"Analysis of CPC’s Propaganda Article in the Cultural Revolution with Burke’s Dramatism Theory" Juanjuan Yan,
Wake Forest University
"Chinese Workers' African Dream: A Communication for Development Approach" Ling Na, University of Maryland
"Does Deliberative Space Exist under an Authoritarian Regime? The Idea of Authoritarian Deliberation and a Case
Study" Wenlin Liu, University of Southern California
"Exploring Post 80s Generation’s Meaning of Work in Contemporary Urban China" Ziyu Long, Purdue University
"Face as the Nexus of the Interactional and Institutional Order: Towards a Critique of the Chinese face" Hua Su,
University of Iowa
"Giving Voice to Chinese Dreams: An Analysis of Cultural Value Orientations in the Classical Utopia of Peach Blossom
Spring" Mark Ward, Univ of Houston, Victoria
"Music and Persuasion: An Analysis of Three Chinese Political Songs" Chunhui Xie, Indiana University-Purdue
University, Fort Wayne
"The Burden of Becoming a Chinese Diasporic Director: The Discourse of Bridging the East and the West in
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon" Chih-Yun Chiang, College of Charleston
212029
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Investigating Voice and Free Speech Through Rhetorical Evolution, Incitement, and Censorship
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Paula McKenzie, Bethune-Cookman University
Respondent: Erin Dame, Ohio University
"Free Speech, Academic Freedom and Institutional Review Boards: Are IRBs Censoring Research?" Cheryl Elaine
Lozano Whitten, Texas A&M Univ
"From Dayton to Dover: The Rhetorical Evolution of American Anti-Evolutionism" Eric C. Miller, Penn State
University
"Investigating International Incitement: Free Press and the Rwandan 'Media Trial'" Brad Serber, Texas A&M
University
"The Culture of Authentic Voice and Personal Style by Emulation? Paradoxes of Empowerment" Anne Melfi, Georgia
State University
"Voicing Disgust: Art, Obscenity, and Public Controversy" Joseph Sery, Univ of Pittsburgh
212051
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Voices of Change: The Role of Social Media in Social Change and Activism
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Soumia Dhar, University of New Mexico
Respondent: Ahmet Atay, College of Wooster
"Actualizing Virtual Discourse: The Transgression of Conspiracy Rhetoric from Online Media to Public
Protest" Stephen Lane Davis, University of North Texas
"Jezebel and Christine O’Donnell: Third Wave Approaches to Conservative Politics" Margeaux Lippman, University of
Washington
"The 'It Gets Better Project' and Queer Voices of Engagement and Dissent" Julie Wight, Northeastern Illinois Univ
"The KEEP Organization: How a Grassroots Citizens Movement Engaged New Media to Voice Dissent and Promote
Environmentalism" Rod L. Troester, Penn State Erie, Behrend College; Anne M. Zaphiris, Mercyhurst College
"The Pakistan Blackout: Student’s Use of Personal Media to Construct a Narrative of Dissent" Saman Talib,
Beaconhouse National University
212052
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Intracultural Communication among the Black Diaspora: Histories, Identities, and Relational Tensions
Sponsors: Black Caucus, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
Presenters:
Maurice L. Hall, Villanova University
Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Jennifer Keane-Dawes, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
Teresa A. Nance, Villanova University
Vida Samuel, Howard University
212053
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Emergent Voices, Insurgent Voices in [email protected] Communication Studies: A Roundtable
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Nathaniel I. Cordova (In Memoriam), Williamette University
Presenters:
Kevin-Khristian J. Cosgriff-Hernandez, Tara Trask, LLC
Virginia Ferrer, Syracuse University
Amanda Rae Martinez, University of Houston Downtown
Luis M. Rodriguez, California State Univ, Northridge
George B. Sanchez-Tello, California State University, Northridge
Firuzeh Shokooh-Valle, Northeastern University
Bernardita Yunis, Penn State University
Respondents: Michelle A. Holling, California State Univ, San Marcos; Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State
Univ; Josue David Cisneros, Northeastern University; Nathaniel I. Cordova (In Memoriam), Williamette University
212054
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Media Ecology and Religious Voice
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Media Ecology Association, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
Respondent: Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
"Jacques Ellul: A Voice Crying Out in the Technological Wilderness" Benjamin Robertson, Independent Scholar
"Mediated Voices Have Consequences: Richard M. Weaver at the Table of Media Ecology" Eric Grabowsky,
Dickinson State Univ
"The Hidden Voice of Marshall McLuhan" Read Mercer Schuchardt, Wheaton College
"Voice in the Media Ecology of Walter J. Ong" Dennis D. Cali, Univ of Texas, Tyler
212055
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Program Assessment: Involving ALL the Voices in your Program
Sponsor: Convention Theme Group
Chair: Claire H. Procopio, Southeastern Louisiana Univ
Presenters:
Betsy Wackernagel Bach, National Communication Association
Phil Backlund, Central Washington University
Deborah Hefferin, Broward College, North Campus
Deirdre Johnston, Hope College
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Claire H. Procopio, Southeastern Louisiana Univ
Howard E. Sypher, Purdue University
Helen Tate, Columbia College
212060
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Advancing Theoretical Perspectives in Group Communication
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Sandra Ketrow, University of Rhode Island
Respondent: Edward A. Mabry, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Considering Parents’ and Daughters’ Voices in Decision Making about the State-Mandated HPV Vaccine: An
Application of the Small Group Decisional Regret Theory" Margaret Jane Pitts, University of Arizona; Kimberly Adams
Tufts, Old Dominion University
"Group Engagement Model and Uncertainty Management Theory" Christopher Vincent Langone, Cornell University
"Majority/Minority Status, Functional Communication, and Preference Change: A Multi-Level Analysis of Group
Decision-Making Interaction" Joseph A. Bonito, University of Arizona; Renee Meyers, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee;
Nicholle Zarkower, University of Arizona
"The Relationship between Communication in Workplace Meetings and Employee Job Satisfaction" Audrey Lee,
Pepperdine University; Keli Finnerty-Myers, Pepperdine University; Johny Garner, Texas Christian University
"Time to Re-Group: A Typology and Nested Phase Model for Action Teams" Andrew Ishak, Univ of Texas, Austin;
Dawna I. Ballard, Univ of Texas, Austin
212061
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Contemporary Applications of Symbolic Interactionism
Sponsor: Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction
Chair: Jill Tyler, University of South Dakota
"An Applied Unity of Knowledge: The Ethics of ‘Managing Oneself’" Melissa M. Chastain, Spalding University
"Communication and Community: Healthy Effects of the Al-Anon Self-help Support-Group via Member-Written
Literature" Charles F. Aust, Kennesaw State Univ
"Mind, Self and Facebook: Using Symbolic Interactionism to Explore Arguments of Identity " Jill Tyler, University of
South Dakota
"Symbolic Interactionism and the Voices of Invisible Digital Natives " Joy Pierce, University of Utah
212062
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Emerging Voices in Visual Communication
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Michelle L. Murray, Belmont University
Respondent: Trischa Goodnow, Oregon State Univeristy
"Stop Making Sense: An Immersion in Music-Video" Chloe Hansen, University of Pittsburgh
"The Uncanny Landscape: Critically Image[ing] Consumerism, Progress, and Modernity" Elinor Christopher,
University of Utah
"Inclusion by Design: The Counter-hegemonic Interface" Elissa Fineman, University of Texas, Austin
"Seeing the Future in Contemporary Climate Change Discourses: toward a Rhetorical Theory of ‘Speculative
Imagery’" Joshua Trey Barnett, University of Georgia
212070
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
The Autoethnographic Voice and the Search for Identity
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Christopher N. Poulos, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Presenters:
Robin Boylorn, University of Alabama
Lesa L. Lockford, Bowling Green State Univ
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Ronald Pelias, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Christopher N. Poulos, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Larry E. Russell, Hofstra University
Respondent: Carolyn S. Ellis, Univ of South Florida
212072
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Navigating Diversity in Classrooms
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Scott Ku, College of Southern Nevada
Presenters:
Allen Amundsen, College of the Redwoods
Kevin Briancesco, Glendale Community College
Angela Holland, College of Southern Nevada
Scott Ku, College of Southern Nevada
Jodie D. Mandel, College of Southern Nevada
Liz O’Brien, Phoenix College
212073
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Womentoring Panel: Entering into Faculty Life
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chairs: Katherine R. La Pierre, Ivy Tech Community College, Fort Wayne; Janelle Briggs, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale; Jennifer Jackson, Univ of Memphis; Aditi Paul, Bowling Green State University
Presenters:
Bryant Keith Alexander, California State Univ, Los Angeles
Lara M. Lengel, Bowling Green State Univ
Janette Kenner Muir, George Mason Univ
Bobby R. Patton, University of Central Missouri
Brigit K. Talkington, Bowling Green State Univ
Toniesha Latrice Taylor, Prairie View A&M Univ
Julia T. Wood, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
212093
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Speak Up, Speak Out: The Power of Digital Voices From The Cloud
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Alec R Hosterman, Indiana University South Bend
Presenters:
Janet Lynn Johnson, Univ of Texas, Dallas
Samantha Nogueira Joyce, Indiana Univ, South Bend
Sharon Lauricella, Univ of Ontario Institute of Technology
212095
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Ethical Voice in Responses to Crises
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Respondent: Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Rhythms III - Second Floor
"Developing and Learning Ethics: Structuring the Communication of Ethical Standards across Crisis Phases" Joel O.
Iverson, Univ of Montana; Steven J. Venette, Univ of Southern Mississippi
"Ethical Problems in British Petroleum Oil Spill Case" Donald A. Fishman, Boston College
"The Ethic of Significant Choice as a Criterion for High Risk Health Messages" Timothy L. Sellnow, University of
Kentucky; Morgan Wickline, University of Kentucky
"Value-based Responses to Crises: Constructing an Ethical Frame" Matthew W. Seeger, Wayne State University;
Laura E. Pechta, Wayne State Univ
212113
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
The Representation and Practice of Activism: Communication for and against Resistance
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Brian Dolber, SUNY College at Oneonta
Respondent: Shayne Pepper, Northeastern Illinois University
"Buzz Agency and the Regime of Dialogue: How Brands Conscript Conversation and Govern Unmanageable
Subjects" Michael Serazio, Fairfield University
"Constructing the Victim: Representation, Agency, and Politics in Contemporary European Activism for Roma
Rights" Adina Schneeweis, Oakland University
"Contending with Capitalism: A Political Economic Analysis of Eco-Activism on 'Whale Wars'" Nicole Cox, Florida
State University
212114
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
The Politics of Doing Feminist Girls' Media Studies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Sarah Projansky, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Presenters:
Ruth Nicole Brown, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Norma Coates, University of Western Ontario
Lindsay H. Garrison, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jessalynn Keller, University of Texas, Austin
Claudia Mitchell, McGill University
Jacqueline Reid-Walsh, Pennsylvania State University
Beretta Smith Shomade, Tulane University
Angharad N. Valdivia, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
212115
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Examining it All: A Fresh Look at Realism, Audience Involvement, Message Ambiguity, Believability and
Equivalence in Mass Communication Research
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Siobhan Smith, University of Louisville
Respondent: Jennifer S. Aubrey, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"Realism, Rationalization, and Rejection: Moral Disengagement and Real Media Violence" Mary Grace Antony,
Schreiner University; Ryan J. Thomas, Washington State University
"Audience Involvement with Entertainment-Education Programs: Multifaceted and Influential" Jessie M. Quintero
Johnson, University of Massachusetts Boston; Angeline Sangalang, Univ of Southern California
"'What Was That Supposed To Mean?' Mass-Mediated Ambiguous Messages, Uncertainty Arousal, and Interpersonal
Discussion" Kristen D. Landreville, University of Wyoming
"Creation and Validity Testing of the Narrative Believability Scale (NBS-22)" Robert N. Yale, Purdue University
"Testing Equivalence in Communication Research: Theory and Application" Rene Weber, Univ of California, Santa
Barbara; Lucy Popova, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
212121
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Performing (In)Justice and Empowerment
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Chair: Ellen M. Rigsby, Saint Marys College of California
Respondent: Denise Oles-Acevedo, Iowa State University
"Chris Farrell, NPR, and Habitus: The Consumer After the Great Recession" Diane Cormany, University of Minnesota
"Embodying the Dead: The Function and Meaning of R.I.P. T-Shirts" Katie Kavanagh O'Neill, University of Pittsburgh
"Housed Homeless, Sleeping Panhandlers, and Dirty Bathers: Competing Voices in Discourses of Car Dwelling and
the Rituals of Making ‘Home’" Grover Wehman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Performing Localism: Community Currency and Public Consumption" Brook Irving, University of Iowa
212122
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Applied Communication and Religion, Faith and Spirituality
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Religious Communication Association
Chair: J. Jacob Jenkins, Univ of South Florida
Respondent: Mark A. Leeman, Northern Kentucky University
"Healthy Aging in a Lifetime Community: The Role of Church-Based Socialization and Support" Jill S. Yamasaki,
University of Houston
"Learning to Give: Faith and Family as Sources of Philanthropic Identity" Jennifer Mize Smith, Western Kentucky
Univ
"Religion on the Line: Investigating Communication and Action through Online Religious Participation" Wan-Ying
Lin, City University of Hong Kong; Joo-Young Jung, International Christian University; Yong-Chan Kim, Yonsei
University; Xinzhi Zhang, City University of Hong Kong
"Voicing Faith to Community and God: A Grounded Theory Approach to Linking Communication, Spirituality and
Wellness" Elizabeth S. Goins, Univ of Texas, Austin; Trey D. Guinn, Univ of Texas, Austin
212123
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Personal Matters, Public Voicings
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: Mary Marcel, Bentley University
Respondents: Matthew J. Sobnosky, Hofstra University; Valeria Fabj, Lynn University; Lisa Merrill, Hofstra
University; Mary Marcel, Bentley University; Stephanie Kelley-Romano College, Bates
"Exhibiting Race ‘under the World’s Huge Glass Case’: William and Ellen Craft and William Wells Brown at the Great
Exhibition in Crystal Palace, London, 1851" Lisa Merrill, Hofstra University
"Experience, Testimony, and the Women’s Health Movement" Matthew J. Sobnosky, Hofstra University
"From Centerfold to Sex Abuse Victim: Senator Scott Brown From Centerfold to Sex Abuse Victim: Senator Scott
Brown" Mary Marcel, Bentley University
"’It Gets Better' If You Wait Long Enough: Messages of Hope for GLBT Youth" Valeria Fabj, Lynn University
212125
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Adoption, Crisis and Maintenance: Explorations in Mobile Communication
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: J. D. Wallace, Abilene Christian University
Respondent: Kimberly Stoltzfus, Pepperdine University
"Calling & Texting (Too Much): Mobile Maintenance Expectations, (Over)Dependence, Entrapment, and Friendship
Satisfaction" Jeffrey A. Hall, University of Kansas; Nancy Baym, University of Kansas
"Chinese Use of Mobile Texting for Social Interaction: Cultural Implications in the Social Construction of
Communication Technology" Yun Xia, Rider University
"Exploring the Factors Influencing Smartphone Adoption and Use in South Korea: An Application of the Technology
Acceptance Model" Yong-Chan Kim, Yonsei University; Namkee Park, University of Oklahoma; Haeyoung Shon, Yonsei
University; Hongjin Shim, Yonsei University
"This is Not a Test: Using Multiple Communication Technologies To Capture Attention During an Emergency" Keri
Stephens, Univ of Texas, Austin; Ashley K. Barrett, Univ of Texas, Austin; Michael J. Mahometa, University of Texas,
Austin
212127
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Voices of Uncertainty in Communicating about Health
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Walid Afifi, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Uncertainty Management Processes and Problems of Women with HPV" Kami A. Kosenko, North Carolina State
University; Jacquelyn Harvey, University of Washington; Ryan J. Hurley, North Carolina State University
"Sources of Uncertainty about Daughters’ Breast Cancer Risk that Emerge during Genetic Counseling
Consultations" Carla L. Fisher, George Mason University; Sherry R. Boyar, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center;
Dale Brashers (In Memoriam), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Shawna Edgerson, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center; Emily A. Glogowski, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Yelena Kemel, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center; Sara Spencer, Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation; Carma Bylund, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Center; Kissane David, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
"Organ Donation Status, Racial, and Gender Differences in Bodily Integrity, Medical Mistrust, Disgust, and
Superstition Beliefs: A Cause for Concern" Brian L. Quick, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Nicole R. LaVoie,
University of Illinois; Susan E. Morgan, Purdue University; Dave Bosch, Gift of Hope; Michael T. Stephenson, Texas
A&M University
"Uncertainty and Information Seeking in the Context of Health Care Reform: Assessment and Insight into
Information Provision" Lindsay Neuberger, University of Central Florida
"Problematic Integration Theory: Implications of Supportive Communication for Breast Cancer Patients" Michael
Repass, University of Central Florida; Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida
212128
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Dewey, Cheatem & Howe: Lies, Scandals, and Politicial Rhetoric
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Kurt Ritter, Texas A&M Univ
Respondent: Arthur E. Walzer, Univ of Minnesota
"Barack Obama as Jesse Jackson? A Rhetorical Analysis of the 'Angry Black Man' Race Card in the 2008 Presidential
Election" Sarah Lynn Jones, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Callicles is a Flip-Flopper! The Rhetoric of (In)Consistency in Plato and Contemporary Politics" Mark Glantz, Coker
College
"On Par with Professional Wrestling: Scandals and Political Rhetoric" David R. Dewberry, Rider University
"The Language of Presidential Lies: How Words Can Reflect Lies about War, Personal Scandal and State
Secrets" David Markowitz, Cornell University; Jeffrey Hancock, Cornell University; Natalya N. Bazarova, Cornell
University
212129
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Student Papers in Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Caucus
Chair: Andy Kai-Chun Chuang, University of Denver
Respondent: Qi Tang, Tennessee State Univ
"An Island as a Colony: A Post-Colonial Critique of Dog the Bounty Hunter" Madeleine H. Redlick, Boston College
"Playing Kimora: Camp and the Discourses of Multiracial Celebrity" Myra S. Washington, Univ of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
"Communication Strategies for Responding to Racially Discriminatory Messages Among Asian American
Women" Jungmi Jun, University of Northern Iowa
212130
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Communication and the Future Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication and the Future Division
Presenters:
Dennis L. Wignall, Dixie State College of Utah
Lonny Brooks, University of California, East Bay
212131
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Socially Constructing Culture and Identity
Sponsor: Communication as Social Construction Division
Chair: John Parrish-Sprowl, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
"The Social Construction of HIV/AIDS in the United States and China: A Comparative Analysis of Two Online
Discussion Forums (Top 3 Paper/ Top Student Paper)" Jingwen Zhang, University of Pennsylvania
"More Than Just Good Grades: Dialectical Tensions in the Construction of a 'Good' Student Identity (Top 3
Paper)" Heather J. Carmack, Missouri State Univ; Gloria J. Galanes, Missouri State Univ
"Identities of Becoming: Asian Deaf Immigrants in America" Christine F. Law, La Sierra University
"A Communicative Model of Community among Mommy Bloggers: The Case Study of Sunday Stilwell’s 'Adventures
in Extreme Parenthood'" Lynne M. Webb, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Brittney Lee, University of Arkansas;
Marceline Thompson-Hayes, Arkansas State University
"'It’s Like They Were Writing My Life': Young Women’s Perceptions of Masculinity in Emo Culture" John I. Sewell,
Georgia State University
212132
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Corporate Interest, Publc Relations and Global Media Governance
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Respondent: Kekeli K. Nuviadenu, Bethune-Cookman Univ
"Teasing More Than the News: The Promotion of Network and Corporate Interests Within Network News
Programs" Lauren Bratslavsky, University of Oregon; Joy Chavez Mapaye, University of Alaska Anchorage; Kathleen
M. Ryan, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Tim Hortons: 'Always Fresh': A Corporate Culture of Storytelling" Lois Fernyhough, Camosun College; Jennifer
Glenday, NAIT; Moira Calder, Legislative Assembly of Alberta
"The Role of the Neoliberal State: Global Media Governance and the Italian Media System" Marco Briziarelli, Univ of
Colorado, Boulder
"Public Relations in France and Romania: A Critical Studies and Mixed Method Analysis" Sorin Nastasia, Southern
Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
212134
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
Teaching Moments: Transmission of Culture in Education
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Bessie L. Lawton, West Chester Univ
"Educating for Global Citizenship with Hostelling-International-USA: Systems, Voices, and Intercultural
Communities" Miriam S. Sobre-Denton, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale; Robert Carlsen, Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale
"Toward a Successful Plan and Implementation of Educational Technology in Low-income Communities: A Proactive
Approach" Bellarmine A. Ezumah, Murray State University
"Cultural Schemas in German and U.S. American Classrooms: A Cross-Cultural Comparison" Stevie Munz, Illinois
State University; John Baldwin, Illinois State University; Stephanie Shannon Bushman, Illinois State University
"Giving Voice to Narrative Culture: Entertainment-Education in South Africa" Tonia N. East, Georgia State University
"Blending Voices: The Complexities of Negotiating Educational Choices for Interracial Couples’ Children" Bessie L.
Lawton, West Chester Univ; Anita K. Foeman, West Chester Univ; Laura Brown, West Chester University
212141
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Across the Generations: Socialization and Family Communication
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Elizabeth Munz, SUNY New, Paltz
Respondent: Michelle Miller-Day, Penn State University
"Safe Ground Theory: Concretizing the Patient-Child Interaction Patterns that Lead to Child Self-Esteem " Wendy
Kubica, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Feminism Begins at Home: The Influence of Mother Gender Socialization on Daughter’s Motherhood and Career
Aspirations as Channeled through Daughter Feminist Identification" Colleen Colaner, Univ of Missouri-Columbia;
Christine E. Rittenour, West Virginia University
"The Influence of Family and Gender Values on Mexican-American Adolescent Relationships" Lauren Amaro, Arizona
State University; Heidi Adams, Arizona State University; Lela Williams, Arizona State University
"Social Skills, Family Environment, and the Intergenerational Transmission of Psychosocial Problems" Tricia Burke,
University of Arizona; Alesia Woszidlo (Hanzal), University of Kansas; Chris Segrin, University of Arizona
212142
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Strategically Influencing Others Through Communication
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chairs: Steven D. Cohen, University of Maryland; Amanda J. Holmstrom, Michigan State University
"The Door-in-the-Face Persuasive Message Strategy: The First 35 Years" Thomas Hugh Feeley, University at
Buffalo; Ashley E. Anker, SUNY, Buffalo; Ariel M. Aloe, University at Buffalo
"Texting in the Presence of Others: The Use of Politeness Strategies in Conversation" Jennifer Maginnis, University
of Kentucky
"Advice Givers’ Goals and Recipients’ Evaluations of Advice: Modeling Interactional Influence" Lisa Guntzviller,
Purdue University; Erina L. MacGeorge, Purdue University
"Evidence for the Pinocchio Effect: Linguistic Differences between Lies, Deception by Omission, and Truth" Lyn M.
Van Swol, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison; Michael T. Braun, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison; Deepak Malhotra, Harvard
Business School
"Use of Humor and Power Acquisition in School Board Interactions" Dianne Gravley, University of North Texas;
Ashley Andrews, University of North Texas; Paul Phillips, University of North Texas; Zuoming Wang, University of
North Texas
212151
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
“Why Does Every Interp Event Sound Like First-Person Prose?” Moving from “Genre” to “Narrative
Voice” as the Basis for Partitioning Competitive Oral Interpretation Events
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Respondent: Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
"Emerging Voices, Shifting Paradigms, and Foregone Conclusions: Toward a Theoretical Justification for Forensic
Oral Interpretation" R. Randolph Richardson, Berry College
"Speaking in the First Person: The Past, Present, and Potential Future of the Voice We Like to Listen To" Leah E.
White, Minnesota State University, Mankato
"Speaking in the Second Person: A Call to Draw Out a Voice We Seldom Hear" Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community
College
"Speaking in the Third Person: Exploring the Complex Relationship Between Direct and Indirect Discourse in the
Mouth of the Narrative 'Other'" Richard Paine, North Central College
"Where Genre and Voice Collide: The Challenge of Duo Interpretation" Karen R. Morris, University of Wisconsin, Eau
Claire
212153
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Voicing Race, Religion, and Ideology: Some Fault Lines in American Political Discourse
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Clarke Rountree, Univ of Alabama, Huntsville
"'Dialogue of the Deaf': Obama, his Congressional Critics, and Incivility in American Political Discourse" Christopher
R. Darr, Indiana Univ, Kokomo
"Strained Voices in American Political Discourse" Clarke Rountree, Univ of Alabama, Huntsville
"What’s Changing? Who Believes? Reactions to the Obama Presidency from African American Perspectives" Steve
Goldzwig, Marquette University; Patricia Sullivan, SUNY, New Paltz
"’God Wouldn’t Do That’: Why Global Warming is Imperious to Factual Resolution" John Lyne, Univ of Pittsburgh
212154
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
“Beyond Truth, Personhood, and Cyberspace”: Revisiting and Extending E. K. Watts’s “Voice and
Voicelessness” Ten Years Later
Sponsors: Black Caucus, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ
Presenters:
Gina Castle Bell, George Mason Univ
Rex L. Crawley, Robert Morris University
Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ
D.L. Stephenson, Western Connecticut State Univ
Eric King Watts, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Respondent: Eric King Watts, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
212156
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Voices of Insurrection: Rhetoric(s) and/of Revolution
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Jack Z. Bratich, Rutgers University
"A New Beginning: Barack Obama and the Arab Awakening" Reynaldo S. Anderson, Harris Stowe College
"Ideology and Contestation within the Revolutionary Rhetorics of the Weather Underground" Kristen Hoerl, Butler
University
"Reform or Revolution: Visions of Sovereignty and Decolonization in Native Resistance Rhetoric" Casey Kelly, Butler
University
"Toward a Hermeneutics of Radical Imagination" Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University
"Toward a Usable Tradition of Rhetorical Insurrection: The Hermeneutics of Verso’s Revolutions Series" Matt May,
North Carolina State University
212158
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Master's Education Section Business Meeting
Sponsor: Master's Education Section
Presenters:
Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
Kathleen F. McConnell, San Jose State University
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Stanley D. Tickton, Norfolk State Univ
Barbara Baker, University of Central Missouri
3:30 PM
213011
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Cultural Voices in Post-Secondary Education: How Parents Enter the Classroom
Sponsor: NCA Educational Policies Board
Chair: Deborah F. Atwater, Penn State University
Presenters:
Marla D. Chisholm, Del Mar College
Carey Noland, Northeastern University
Penni M. Pier, Wartburg College
Bethany White-Turner, University of North Texas, Denton
213012
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Performing Race: An Embodied Interrogation of Racial Discourse In America
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Joni L. Jones, University of Texas, Austin
Respondents: Tracey Owens Patton, University of Wyoming; Guillermo G. Caliendo, Mercy
College; Jonathan P. Rossing, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
"'La Negra Tiene Tumbao': Afro-Latina Body as Battlefield" Maya Berry, University of Texas, Austin
"900 Gallons: An Autoethnographic Excavation of Whiteness, Religion, and Citizenship" Nicole Gurgel, University of
Texas, Austin
"Auto/biography of the Body" Ninoska M'Bewe Escobar, University of Texas, Austin
"Being Melancholia: A Performative Exploration of Grief" Nicole Martin, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Diva in All of Us" Chuyun Oh, University of Texas, Austin
"Finding the Whole Amongst the Pieces: Examining Synecdoche Through the Body" Natashia Lindsey, University of
Texas, Austin
"The Sounds We Make Our Own" Katelyn Hale Wood, Univ of Texas, Austin
213013
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Shaping Women's Voices:(De)Constructing the Female Body in Media Imagery
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Jennifer Dunn, Dominican University
"'I Don’t Want a Wife with Mosquito Bites': A Feminist Political Economic Analysis of Gender on Bravo TV’s The Real
Housewives" Nicole Cox, Florida State University
"Female Image in Chinese Magazine: the Youth Companion" Juanjuan Yan, Wake Forest University
"Gender Role Stereotypes in Advertising a Test of the Match-up Hypothesis on Advertising Effectiveness " Sara
Picklesimer, University of Connecticut; Steve H. Sohn, University of Louisville
"Giving Voice to Queer Heterofemininities in Beverly Hills, 90210" Justin M. Charlebois, Aichi Shukutoku University
"Modesty, Feminism, and Aesthetic Empowerment" Leslie Hahner, Baylor University; Scott J. Varda, Baylor
University
"The Saffron Hues of Gender and Agency on Indian Television" Santanu Chakrabarti, Rutgers University
213014
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Disability and Classroom Accommodation
Sponsor: Caucus on Disability Issues
Chair: Elaine Jenks, West Chester Univ
Respondent: Kurt Lindemann, San Diego State Univ
"Centering Disability: Critical Communication Pedagogy as a Praxis Project" Bettina Brockmann, San Jose State
University
"Creating Accessible Classrooms Through Collaboration" Nichole Nicholson, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
"The Standing O: A Ritual of Ability" Sherri Fairbairn, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
213015
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Voices from the Yard: African American Pedagogy and Student Experiences
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Felecia F. Jordan Jackson, School of Communication
Respondent: Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ
"'It’s a Struggle, it’s a Journey, it’s a Mountain that you Gotta Climb': Education, Black Misandry, and the Strategic
Embrace of Black Male Voices" Rachel A. Griffin, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale; Molly Wiant Cummins, Southern
Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"'They Lump Us All Together': African American College Students’ Lived Experiences Within the Margins" Angela
Putman, University of New Mexico
"Academic Motivation and Cultural Continuity: An Analysis of African-American and Ghanaian University
Students" Eletra Gilchrist, University of Alabama, Huntsville
"Imagine the Possibilities: Teaching Interracial/Interethnic Communication" Doris J. Fields, Eastern Michigan
University
"Multicultural Curriculum Development in Communication Arts Using Professor Networking" Jim Schnell, Ohio
Dominican University
"Racial Neoliberalism and Plural Democracy: What Mississippi’s Public HBCUs can Teach Us" Jennifer Heusel,
Indiana University
213022
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Answering the Big Questions: Instructional Scholars Weigh in on Issues of Student Motivation,
Classroom Justice, and Student Intent to Persist in College
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Lori J. Carrell, Univ of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Respondent: Kelly A. Rocca, St. John's University
"Intellectual Stimulation and Student Approaches to Studying: Enhancing Quality Learning Through Intrinsic
Motivation" San Bolkan, California State Univ, Long Beach; Alan K. Goodboy, Bloomsburg University; Darrin John
Griffin, State University of NY, University Buffalo
"Should I Stay or Go? Student Identity Gaps, Feelings, and Intent to Leave" Candace Murray, Ivy Tech Community
College; Carrie D. Kennedy Lightsey, Texas State University
"Social Justice, Safe Classrooms, and Communication: Perspectives from Marginalized Subjectivities" Paul H. Parkin,
University of Utah
"Students’ Intent to Persist in College: Moderating the Negative Effects of Receiver Apprehension with Instructor
Credibility and Nonverbal Immediacy" Virginia E. Wheeless, Texas A&M Univ, Corpus Christi; Meagan Cristine Bryand,
West Virginia University; Paul Schrodt, Texas Christian University; Kellie Smith, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi;
Paul Witt, Texas Christian University
213023
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Vibrant Voices of Public Address: Top Papers
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Maegan Parker Brooks, Independent Scholar
Respondent: Angela Ray, Northwestern University
"Gulag—Slavery, Inc: The Power of Place and the Rhetorical Life of a Cold War Map" Timothy J. Barney, University
of Richmond
"Balancing Mystery and Identification: Dolores Huerta’s Shifting Transcendent Persona" Erin F. Doss, Purdue
University; Robin E. Jensen, University of Utah
"The Rhetoric of Visualizing Washington's Union: Commemoration, Flags, and the 'Farewell Address,' 22 February
1862" Adam Gaffey, Texas A&M University
213024
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Top Three Papers in Language and Social Interaction
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Todd L Sandel, University of Oklahoma
Respondent: Francois Cooren, Université de Montréal
"Beginning an Action: Turn Design and Action Projection in Comparative Perspective" Hye Ri Stephanie Kim, UCLA
"The Problems with Praise in Parent-Teacher Conferences" Danielle Pillet-Shore, Univ of New Hampshire
"Communicating to Enrich Others: How Therapists Analyze Clients' Talk" Julien C. Mirivel, University of Arkansas,
Little Rock
213025
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Giving Voice to Multimedia: Ethnography, Documentary and the Representation of Unheard Memories
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chairs: Kathleen M. Ryan, Univ of Colorado, Boulder; Leighton C. Peterson, Miami University
Respondent: Shirley Drew, Pittsburg State Univ
"Augmenting the Voice of Oral History: One Step Beyond the Screen and Web" Kathleen M. Ryan, Univ of Colorado,
Boulder
"Listening for Voices in the 'Doon School Quintet'" Mark Westmoreland, American University, Cairo
"Muslims in the American West: Mediating an Oral History and the Challenge of Visibility" Nabil Echchaibi, University
of Colorado
"Too Boring to Preserve? Documenting the Bureaucratic Failures of Government, Business, NGO, and Other
Organizations along the Post-Katrina Gulf Coast" Michael J. Mizell-Nelson, University of New Orleans
"‘On Narrative Inequality’ and Other Voices from the Past: Examining Voice in Multimediated Ethnography" Leighton
C. Peterson, Miami University
213027
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns Social Hour
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Chair: E. Tristan Booth, Arizona State University
Presenters:
Thomas R. Dunn, Univ of Georgia
David J. Gudelunas, Fairfield University
Jon Hoffman, University of Maryland
Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
David Weiss, Montana State Univ, Billings
213028
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Multi-Media Theatre in Stage Performances, in TV and Film Studios, and in Classrooms: Making the 100
Year Old Voice of Technology New
Sponsors: Performance Studies Division, Theatre Division
Chair: Monica F. Anderson, Franciscan Univ of Steub
Presenters:
M. Susan Anthony, DePauw University
Amy L. Darnell, Columbia College
Lisa Gottlieb, University of Miami
Adrienne E. Hacker Daniels, Illinois College
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
Matt Saltzberg, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
John Chase Soliday, University of Miami
Respondents: James M. Brandon, Hillsdale College; Sara Nalley, Columbia College
213029
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Freedom of Expression Business Meeting
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Presenters:
Debbi A. Hatton, Sam Houston State Univ
Paula McKenzie, Bethune-Cookman University
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
213051
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Voices For and of The People: New Media, Journalism, and the Iowa Caucuses
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Shawn Harmsen, University of Iowa
Presenters:
Dianne Bystrom, Iowa State University
Christopher R. Martin, Univ of Northern Iowa
Jane Singer, University of Iowa
Chris Snider, Drake University
Respondent: Martha Einerson, University of Wisconsin, Superior
213052
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Universal Design: Creating a Course with a 'Voice'
Sponsor: Convention Theme Group
Chair: Mendy Meurer, Del Mar College
Presenter:
Michelle Marie Maresh, Texas A&M Univ, Corpus Christi
213053
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
On (Iconic) Photography: Real and Imagined Contradictions Between the Voice and the Visual
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Visual Communication Division
Chair: Andrew Lee, Fort Valley State University
"Compelling Voices: Visual and Textual Engagements with Iconic Photographs" Andrew Lee, Fort Valley State
University
"Malachi: The Return of the Dead" Kathryn Ranieri, Muhlenberg College
"Voices of Citizenship: Iconic Images of the Displaced" Nathan S. Atkinson, Georgia State University
"We Stand Behind Their Eyes: Iconic Images, Photographers and Bodily Practice" Mary A. Bock, Kutztown University
213054
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Building Bridges to Find a Voice
Sponsors: Caucus on Disability Issues, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Elizabeth K. Rush, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Respondent: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
"Interaction of Physical Disability on Psychological Reactance" Erich M. Hayes, University of Oklahoma
"Listening to the Silenced: Voices of People with Disabilities" Esther Liu, Northwestern University
"Overcoming the Loss of Nonverbal Cues: The Interpersonal Communication Deficit Encountered by Previously
Sighted People" Vernon Humphrey, Univ of Southern Mississippi
"Voices that Can’t be Heard: A Study of Interpersonal Narratives Involving Single-sided Deafness" Jenny L. Tate,
University of Southern Mississippi
213055
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Shifting Voices: Seeking the Pedagogy of Wisdom in MMO’s (Massively Multiplayer Online Games) and
Locative Media
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Lonny Brooks, University of California, East Bay
Presenters:
Aubrie Adams, California State Univ, Sacramento
Gilbert Anton, California State University, East Bay
Lonny Brooks, University of California, East Bay
Gregory P. Grieve, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Barbara Keyser, California State University, East Bay
Grant Kien, California State University, East Bay
Che Meneses, Ohlone Community College
Daniel M. Sutko, North Carolina State University
213060
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Media and the Environment
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Richard D. Besel, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
Respondent: Laura A. Lindenfeld, Univ of Maine
"Conservation as Wartime Necessity: The Militarization of Consumer Waste in WWII Domestic Propaganda" Anne
Marie Todd, San Jose State University
"Greening the Apocalypse: Evangelical Environmentalism and the (Problematic) Return of the Jeremiad" Cindy
Spurlock, Appalachian State Univ
"Images of Abundance: Oldways Diet Pyramids and the Cornucopian Voice" Elizabeth A. Petre, Southern Illinois
Univ, Carbondale
"Sustain! Up, Down, and Cyclic Visual Metaphors in Green Patriot Posters" Brian Cozen, University of Utah
"The Interconnection between Corporate Environmental Reporting Content and News Coverage of Environmental
Issues: A Longitudinal Study" Irene Pollach, Aarhus University
213061
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Creating a Voice for First Generation Students through Communication Studies
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Lori A. Norin, Univ of Arkansas, Ft. Smith
Presenters:
Heather M. Crandall, Gonzaga University
Kate Dunsmore, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
Rita L. Rahoi-Gilchrest, Winona State Univ
Shavonne R. Shorter, Purdue University
Jennifer Walton, Ohio Northern Univ
213062
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Globalization, Visual Communication, Difference: Visualizations of Diversity, Dissent and Locality in
Global Culture
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Giorgia Aiello, University of Leeds
"Towards A Multimodal Framework for Analyzing Websites as Expressions of Cultural Diversity" Luc Pauwels,
University of Antwerp
"Dissent for Capital: The Aesthetics of Difference in the Global(ist) Proliferation of the Che Guevara Image" Giorgia
Aiello, University of Leeds
"Through 'Local' Eyes: The Visual Production of a Tourism Destination" Kristine Mroczek, University of Washington
"Seeing and Moving Through Locality: Vectors, Velocities, and Vision in Global Capitalism" Greg Dickinson, Colorado
State University; Brian L. Ott, Univ of Colorado, Denver
213070
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Communication Textbooks: Authors and Department Chairs Voice Concerns and Innovations
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Allison Ainsworth, Gainesville State College
Presenters:
Melissa Beall, University of Northern Iowa
David L. Bodary, Sinclair Community College
Thomas D. Bovino, Suffolk County Community College
Steve Duck, University of Iowa
David T. McMahan, Missouri Western State Univ
Judy C. Pearson, North Dakota State Univ
213072
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Giving Voice to Peacebuilding in Communication: An Interactive Roundtable
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chairs: Benjamin J. Broome, Arizona State University; Mary Jane Collier, Univ of New Mexico
Presenters:
Rosita D. Albert, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Patrick Belanger, Univ of Southern California
Benjamin J. Broome, Arizona State University
Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University
Mary Jane Collier, Univ of New Mexico
Sara DeTurk, Univ of Texas, San Antonio
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
Ellen W. Gorsevski, Bowling Green State Univ
Jieyoung Kong, Arizona State Univ
Sudeshna Roy, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
Robert Shuter, Marquette University
Kathryn Sorrells, California State Univ, Northridge
Gregg B. Walker, Oregon State Univ
Kay Weaver, University of Waikato
Michael Zirulnik, Arizona State Univ
213073
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Global Voices and Women’s Human Rights: Gender, Culture, and Rhetorical Possibilities for Women
Leaders
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Rebecca A. Kuehl, South Dakota State University
Presenters:
Rebecca A. Kuehl, South Dakota State University
Karrin Anderson, Colorado State University
Rana T. Husseini, DePaul University
Allison M. Prasch, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Kristina Horn Sheeler, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Indianapolis
213093
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Finding Balance in Service-Learning: Effectively Harmonizing Instructor, Student, and Community
Voice
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Elizabeth Baiocchi-Wagner, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Presenters:
Disraelly Cruz, Univ of South Dakota
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
K. Megan Hopper, Illinois State University
Leslie A. Rill, Portland State University
Dana Seay, University of Louisville
Siobhan Smith, University of Louisville
Kelley Stedman, Ball State University
213095
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
The "God Problem" Revisited: Addressing God's "Voice" in Human Communication
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Matthew A. Koschmann, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Respondent: Quentin Schultze, Calvin College
"Giving Voice to the Experience of God through the Member-Written Literature of Alcoholics Anonymous" Charles F.
Aust, Kennesaw State Univ
"Evangelicals as the Voice of God in the Public Sphere" Denise P Ferguson, Pepperdine University
"God: The Team Member that Trumps all Others?" Ryan T. Hartwig, Azusa Pacific Univ
"Exploring the Notion of God’s Agency in Organizational Decision-Making" Lacy G. McNamee, Baylor University
"God's Voice in Organizational Communication: A Root-Metaphor Analysis of Fundamentalist Christian
Organizing" Mark Ward, Univ of Houston, Victoria
213113
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Advances in Research on Health Literacy and Social Capital
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Sara Roxanne Hall, Kent State University
"Explaining Low-Income Patient Satisfaction through Understanding Patient Experience: How Health Literacy
Explicates What Behaviors Patients Identify as Being Helpful" Lisa Guntzviller, Purdue University; Jakob D. Jensen,
University of Utah; Andy J. King, Purdue University; Lashara A Davis, Purdue University
"Health Literacy, Self-Efficacy, and Patients’ Assessment of Medical Disclosure and Consent Documentation" Erin
Donovan-Kicken, Univ of Texas, Austin; Michael S. Mackert, Univ of Texas, Austin; Trey D. Guinn, Univ of Texas,
Austin; Andrew C. Tollison, Univ of Texas, Austin; Barbara Breckinridge, University of Texas, Austin; Stephen Pont,
Dell Children’s Medical Center, Univ Texas Southwestern Medical School, Austin
"Income, Social Capital, and Health: A Communicative Approach" Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue University; Xiumei Zhu,
Purdue University
"The Role of Involvement, Scientific Literacy, Education, and Message Format in Influencing the Lay Public’s
Regulatory Attitude about PFOA Exposure" Kami J. Silk, Michigan State University; Samantha Nazione, Michigan State
University; Lindsay Neuberger, University of Central Florida; Sandi W. Smith, Michigan State University; Charles K.
Atkin, Michigan State University
"Validating Measures of Social Capital at Community Level" Chul-joo Lee, Ohio State University; Daniel Kim, Harvard
University
213114
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
From Tanjug to Beijing: Understanding the Nuances of News Systems and Media Reception around the
World
Sponsors: International and Intercultural Communication Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Christopher R Ortega, State University of NY, University, Buffalo
Respondent: Veena V. Raman, Penn State University
"Confucianism in the Chinese Media: A Reception Analysis of the Revolutionary History TV Drama In Those
Passionate Days" Luzhou Li, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Saskia Witteborn, Chinese Univ of Hong Kong
"What is Most Important for My Country is Not Most Important for Me: Agenda-setting Effects in China" Guoliang
Zhang, Shanghai Jiaotong University; Guosong Shao, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics; Nicholas David
Bowman, West Virginia University
"Design Characteristics in International News Coverage: A Comparison Between U.S. and Brazil" Danny Paskin,
California State Univ, Long Beach
"A Paleontology of Style: The Evolution of the Middle East in the AP Stylebook, 1977-2010" Fred Vultee, Wayne
State University
"Whatever Happened to Tanjug? Re-loading Memory for an Understanding of the Global News System" Christian
Vukasovich, Bowling Green State University; Oliver Boyd-Barrett, Bowling Green State University
213115
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
From Mapping, Clicking, Emailing and Blogging to the Politics of Play on GameTrailers.com
Sponsors: Human Communication and Technology Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University
Respondent: Nancy Jennings, Univ of Cincinnati
"Mapping Injustice: The World is Witness, Place-Framing, and the Politics of Viewing on Google Earth" Joshua
Ewalt, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Clicking, Emailing, and Commenting: How Users Take Advantage of Different Forms of Interactivity on Online News
Sites" Pablo Javier Boczkowski, Northwestern University; Eugenia Mitchelstein, Northwestern University
"Considering, Establishing, and Revisiting Voice: Blogging Orientations, Privacy Management, and Content Deletion
Practices" Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University; Paul Haridakis, Kent State University; Sandra Petronio, Indiana UnivPurdue Univ Indianapolis
"Celebitchy(.com): Celebrity Blogs, Bloggers, and the Tiger Woods Sex Scandal" Jason G. Laenen, Louisiana State
University
"The Politics of Play on GameTrailers.com" R.M. Milner, University of Kansas
213121
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Organizational Narratives
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Kirsten Broadfoot, Colorado State University
Respondent: Boris H. J. M. Brummans, Université de Montréal
"Changing Stories" Laurie K. Lewis, Rutgers University; Nicole Laster, University of Waikato
"Racing David Boje: Utilizing Anna’s Story to Explore Antenarrative Analysis" Jeff Birdsell, Univ of Texas, Austin;
Leah LeFebvre, Univ of Texas, Austin; Kate Blackburn, University of Texas, Austin; Larry D. Browning, Univ of Texas,
Austin
"Reconsidering Consultants’ Strategic Use of the Business Case for Diversity" Jennifer Mease, Texas A&M Univ
"What Happens When Stories Ripple Through Organizations? The Functions of Narrative Repetition" Stephanie
Dailey, Univ of Texas, Austin; Larry D. Browning, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Writing-Stories on 'Care-Full' Work: Meaningful Work and the Ethics of Care" Rahul Mitra, Purdue University
213122
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Immaterial Encounters with the Absent Voice
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Niko Poulakos, University of Iowa
Presenters:
Andrew Hansen, Trinity University
Niko Poulakos, University of Iowa
Stace Treat, Drake University
Respondent: Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
213123
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Impact of Technology in the Classroom from Elementary School to High School
Sponsor: Elementary and Secondary Education Section
Chair: Anna Wright, Illinois State University
"Choosing and Using: Instructors’ Perspectives on the Integration of Information and Communication Technologies
into Secondary School Courses" Russell Kirkscey, Texas Tech University
"Media Interaction on the Relationally Aggressive Behaviors of Middle School Girls" Laura R. Hammel, Ursuline
College
"Virtual Worlds: Exploring Young Children’s Play in Club Penguin and Webkinz" James Schuessler, John's Hopkins
Univ
213125
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Will You Be My Friend? Does Social Media Make You Social or Anti-Social?
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Tammy R. Vigil, Boston University
Respondent: Tammy R. Vigil, Boston University
"An Eye for an Ear and Time vs. Space: Analyzing Social Media from the Technological Determinism
Perspective" Tobe L. Berkovitz, Boston University
"Are Social Media Perceived to Have a Greater Impact on Others than the Self? Exploring Third-person Effects in the
Context of New Media" Mina Tsay, Boston University
"Cultivation in the 'New' New Media Environment: Observations on the Evolution of Theory and Technology" Jim
Shanahan, Boston University
"Parasocial Relationships in 140 Characters or Less" Patrice Oppliger, Boston University
213127
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Spiritual Voice in Meditation, the Workplace, and Peak Communication Experiences
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Kristen Jenkins, Duquesne University
Respondent: Larry Powell, Univ of Alabama, Birmingham
"A Preliminary Study on the Effects of Meditation in Japanese University Students" Miho Iwakuma, Kyoto University
"Peak Communication Experiences and its Relations with Spirituality and an Enlarged Self: A Factor Analysis
Study" Chad Edwards, Western Michigan Univ; Autumn P. Edwards, Western Michigan Univ; Amanda Torrens, Ohio
University
"The Impact of an Individual's Spirituality on Communication in the Workplace" Priscilla L. Young, Univ of Rhode
Island
213128
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Kids Today: Understanding Young People's Political Thinking
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Janette Kenner Muir, George Mason Univ
Respondent: Dannagal E. Goldthwaite Young, University of Delaware
"'It Doesn’t Affect My Vote': Third-person effects of Celebrity Endorsements on College Voters in the 2004 and 2008
Presidential Elections" Jennifer Brubaker, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
"Assessing the Voice of College Voters in Election 2008: The Effect of Race and Sex on Perceptions of Candidate
Credibility" Heather Hayes, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Why Do Students Completing a Political Knowledge Test Score Higher Online than in the Classroom? A Series of
Studies" Hillary C. Shulman, Michigan State University; Frank Boster, Michigan State University; Christopher J.
Carpenter, Western Illinois Univ; Allison S. Shaw, Michigan State University
"Young Citizens’ Use of Political Information in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Campaign" J. Brian Houston, Univ of
Missouri, Columbia; Mitchell S. McKinney, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
213129
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Communication and Social Cognition High-Density Paper Session
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Nicholas A. Palomares, Univ of California, Davis
"The Role of Consistency in Detecting Deception: The Superiority of Correspondence over Coherence" J. Pete Blair,
Texas State University; Torsten Reimer, Purdue University; Timothy Levine, Michigan State University
"The Nature of Supportive Listening III: Do Relational Affiliation, Closeness, and Quality Mediate the Relationship
between Supportive Communication and Listening?" Graham Bodie, Louisiana State University; Susanne M. Jones,
Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Explaining the Legitimization of Paltry Favors Effect: Self-Presentation Goals or Removing the Reason to Say
“No”?" Jayson L. Dibble, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa; Michael Cacal, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Aili Peyton, University of
Hawaii, Manoa; Andra Kubulins, University of Hawaii; Emiko Taniguchi, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Lisa van Raalte,
University of Hawaii, Manoa; Amy Wisner, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa
"Attitude Accessibility and Automatic Orientation to Products and Brands in Advertising" Catherine Goodall, Kent
State University; David Ewoldsen, Ohio State University
"Assessments of Credibility in Online Product Reviews: A Language Expectancy Perspective" Matthew Jensen,
University of Oklahoma; Joshua Averbeck, Marshall University; Kevin B. Wright, Saint Louis University
"Intentionality Assessments and the Evaluation of Online Behavior" David C. DeAndrea, Michigan State University;
Joseph B. Walther, Michigan State University
213130
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Voicing Identity: Mass Communication and Educating With/in Latinidad
Sponsor: Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Rosalinda Cantu, South Texas College
Respondent: Carolina Rosas Webber, Univ of South Florida
"Cultural Adaptation of an MNC in Mexico: A Success Story" Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida; Elizabeth
Minei, University of Oklahoma
"Going the Distance: Reaching the Hispanic Immigrant Community through Public Relations Service Learning: A
Case Study" Astrid M. Sheil, California State University, San Bernardino; Jose L. Rivera, California State Univ, San
Bernardino; Natalia Lopez-Thismon, California State University, San Bernardino
"Hispanic Professors in U.S. Higher Education: Examining Voices of Identity Negotiation" Astrid Villamil, University
of Kansas
"Young Latinos in the European Press: Underrepresented Voices in Spanish Mainstream Media" Jessica Retis-Rivas,
California State Univ, Northridge; Paola Garcia, Université d' Avignon et des Pays Vaucluse
213131
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting in the 2.0 Age
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Craig Hayden, American University
Presenters:
Amelia Arsenault, Georgia State University
Yelena Osipova, American University
Shawn M. Powers, Georgia State University
Efe Sevin, American University
R.S. Zaharna, American University
Respondent: J. Gregory Payne, Emerson College
213132
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
American Forensic Association - Selected Papers in the Practical Application of Forensic Voices
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Scott Harris, University of Kansas
"Argumentativeness and Political Participation: A Cross-Cultural Analysis in the United States and Turkey" Stephen
Croucher, Marist College; Brett Ainsworth, Marist College; Meghan Ball, Marist College; Kieran Begley, Marist College;
Laci Corzo, Marist College; Tamara Grimes, Marist College; Rand Otten, Marist College
"Online Spaces for Education and Communication Development: Developing Argumentative Discourse Skills in Online
Educational Games" Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University; Jonathan D. D'Angelo, Ohio State University
"The Emerging Voices of Race: Critical Race Theory, Gangsta Rap, and Social Controversy" Byron B. Craig, Indiana
University
213134
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
Voices from the “Borderlands”: Understanding the Complexities and Implications of Cross-cultural
Parenting in American Society
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Respondent: Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster
"Digging (in) the Playground: (In)visibility of Difference in the Context of Multi-cultural Parenting" Natalia Rybas,
Indiana Univ, East
"LikeTiger Mother, Like Tiger Daughter: A Content Analysis of the Impact of Cultural Differences on Chinese and
American Parenting Styles" Chin-Chung Chao, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
"Parenting Perspectives from a Cuban-immigrant Mother: Choosing Acculturation over Cultural Transmission" Ana
M. Cruz, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
"Walking in Step with Culture: Parenting American Indian Children for Dual-world Living" Teresa Lamsam,
University of Kansas
"When Tiger Mom meets Mama Bear: A Discursive Exploration of How the Differences between Eastern and Western
Parenting Styles are Conceptualized and Contested in Social Media" Qi Tang, Tennessee State Univ
213141
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Thinking and Talking About Sex
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Shawna Harris, Missouri Western State University
Respondent: Shawna Harris, Missouri Western State University
"An Exploration of Friendship Support and Sexual Decisions in College-Aged Individuals' Sexual
Conversations" Alysa Lucas, Mansfield University of Pennsylvania; Jon F. Nussbaum, Penn State University
"Communication Involving Long-term Dating Partners' Sexual Conversations: The Connection between Religious
Faith and Sexual Intimacy" Megan Moore Johnson, University of Arkansas; Patricia Amason, Univ of Arkansas,
Fayetteville; Robert M. Brady, University of Arkansas; Lynne M. Webb, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
"Face Concerns and Facework Strategies in Safe Sex Communication" Aimee E. Miller-Ott, University of Hartford
"The Communication of Sexual Identity-Images in a Self-Presentational Context" Heather N. Fedesco, Purdue
University; James Tyler, Purdue University
213142
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Relational Maintenance in Close Relationships
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Megan R. Dillow, West Virginia University
Respondent: Leanne Knobloch, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Making the Most Out of Maintenance: An Expanded Typology of Relational Maintenance across Various Relationship
Types" Alice E. Veksler, University of Connecticut; Jen Eden, Northern Illinois University
"The Role of Relationship Onset: The Impact of Expectations for Relational Maintenance and Conflict Management
on Relationship Satisfaction" Brian C. Pattie, Kent State University
"Maintaining Friendships Together: An Actor-partner Interdependence Model Analysis of the Effect of Relational
Maintenance Behaviors on Relational Quality Indicators in Young Adult Friendships" Breanna McEwan, Western Illinois
Univ
"Relational Maintenance Behaviors, Religiosity, and Gender Role Orientation in African American Marriages:
Incorporation of a Relational Maintenance Religion Scale (RMRS)" Stephen Haas, Univ of Cincinnati
213144
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Scholars' Office Hours
Sponsor: Scholars' Office Hours
Chairs: Zantel Nichols, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Audra Kate Nuru, Univ of Nebraska,
Lincoln; Rachel A. Stohr, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Presenters:
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
Bryant Keith Alexander, California State Univ, Los Angeles
Mike Allen, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Brenda J. Allen, University of Colorado, Denver
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Robert Asen, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Karen Lee Ashcraft, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Wayne A. Beach, San Diego State Univ
Carole Blair, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Arthur P. Bochner, Univ of South Florida
Dawn O. Braithwaite, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
Barry Brummett, Univ of Texas, Austin
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
Donal A. Carbaugh, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
John Caughlin, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Victoria Chen, San Francisco State Univ
Dana L. Cloud, Univ of Texas, Austin
Frederick C. Corey, Arizona State University
William Cupach, Illinois State University
Ann Darling, University of Utah
James Darsey, Georgia State University
Stanley A. Deetz, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Stephen Depoe, Univ of Cincinnati
Bonnie J. Dow, Vanderbilt University
Carolyn S. Ellis, Univ of South Florida
James Ferris, University of Toledo
Sonja K. Foss, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Ann B. Frymier, Miami University
Kathleen M. Galvin, Northwestern University
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
John W. Gastil, Penn State University
Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State Univ
Howard Giles, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Daena J. Goldsmith, Lewis & Clark College
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Dennis S. Gouran, Penn State University
Larry Gross, Univ of Southern California
Joshua Gunn, Univ of Texas, Austin
Rona T. Halualani, San Jose State University
Tina M. Harris, Univ of Georgia
Lynn M. Harter, Ohio University
J. Michael Hogan, Penn State University
Mary Lee Hummert, University of Kansas
Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
John Louis Lucaites, Indiana University
D. Soyini Madison, Northwestern University
Valerie Manusov, University of Washington
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
Sandra Metts, Illinois State University
Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
Timothy P. Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
Dennis K. Mumby, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kristine Muñoz, University of Iowa
Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Mark P. Orbe, Western Michigan Univ
Catherine Palczewski, Univ of Northern Iowa
Shawn J. Parry-Giles, University of Maryland
Sandra Petronio, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
Linda L. Putnam, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Valerie R. Renegar, San Diego State Univ
Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Cheri J. Simonds, Illinois State University
John M. Sloop, Vanderbilt University
Stacey Sowards, Univ of Texas, El Paso
Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
Mary E. Stuckey, Georgia State University
Angharad N. Valdivia, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Eric King Watts, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Steven Wilson, Purdue University
J. Macgregor Wise, Arizona State Univ, West
Julia T. Wood, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Gust A. Yep, San Francisco State Univ
213147
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rampart Room - Fifth Floor
American Society for the History of Rhetoric Business Meeting
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Presenters:
Stephen M. Halloran, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Dave Tell, University of Kansas
Johanna E. Hartelius, Northern Illinois Univ
Kathleen Suzanne Lamp, Arizona State University
Brandon M. Inabinet, Furman University
Beth Innocenti, University of Kansas
Robert N. Gaines, University of Maryland
Michele Kennerly, Northeastern University
Scott R. Stroud, Univ of Texas, Austin
Christopher Swift, Willamette University
Rachel Avon A. Whidden, Lake Forest College
Robert Hariman, Northwestern University
David Timmerman, Monmouth College
Brett Craig, University of Kansas
Ned O'Gorman, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
213151
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Stakeholder Voice: Democracy and Dissent in Organizations
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Tim Hegstrom, San Jose State University
Presenters:
Isabel C. Botero, Aarhus University
Johny Garner, Texas Christian University
Tim Hegstrom, San Jose State University
Jeffrey Kassing, Arizona State Univ, West
213152
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Eastern Communication Association Business Meeting
Sponsor: Eastern States Communication Association
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Presenters:
Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
Cynthia M. Lont, George Mason Univ
Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster
Nancy Willets, Cape Cod Community College
Trevor Parry-Giles, University of Maryland
Theodore A. Avtgis, Ashland University
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
213153
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
International Forensics: Perspectives on Giving Students a Voice
Sponsor: International Forensic Association
Chair: Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
Respondent: Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
"Conducting Research for British Parliamentary Debate" John Patrick, University of La Verne
"Gaining Awareness of the Culturally Contingent Nature of Rhetoric through the IFA" Marjorie Hazeltine, San Jose
State University
"Voicing the International Experience: The Use of Phenomenology for Assessing Student Voice at the IFA
Tournament through Journaling" Gretchen E. Wheeler, Casper College
213154
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
A Chorus of Voices: Teaching Special Populations at Undergraduate Colleges and Universities
Sponsor: Convention Theme Group
Chair: Armeda C. Reitzel, Humboldt State Univ
Respondent: Teresa H. Housel, Hope College
"Can Your Hear Me Now? Listening to the Voices of Adult and Non-traditional Students as they Balance the Load
they Carry as Compared to Traditionally Aged Students on our College and Universities Campuses and in our
Classrooms" Nancy F. Burroughs, California State University, Stanislaus; Xun Liu, California State Univ, Stanislaus
"Giving Special Populations a—Digital—Voice: An Exploration of Theory and Possibilities" Ryan M Guy, California
State Univ, Chico
"How Do We Teach Students to use their Voices When it Seems that We’re Losing Our Own?" Mary E. Hurley, St.
Louis Community College
"Listening to New Voices: Using Interaction and Reflection to Help Underprepared Students Develop Skills to Deepen
Analysis and Improve Performance" Ross Mackinney, Humboldt State Univ
"Supporting Our Troops: Veterans' Voices in the Public Speaking Course" Armeda C. Reitzel, Humboldt State Univ;
Priscilla Neff, Humboldt State University; Ashley Kane, Humboldt State Univ
"Under the Radar: Students Survive 12 Hours Without Technology" Vickie L. Harvey, California State Univ,
Stanislaus
213156
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
ARST Business Meeting
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Presenters:
Aimee-Marie Dorsten, Wilson College
Lisa Keranen, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Karen Taylor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
213157
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Producing Publics, Dis/empowering Subjects: Research in Biopower and Institutional Discourse
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kelly Happe, University of Georgia
Respondent: Barbara Biesecker, University of Georgia
"Biopolitics and the Possibility of an Ethical Bioethics: Treating Mentally Ill Prisoners" Stuart Murray, Ryerson
University
"Biopower, Genetics, and Ethics: Feminist Considerations" Kelly Happe, University of Georgia
"The Sabido Method: Entertainment-Education and the Cultural Labor of Bio-Political Governance" Ronald Walter
Greene, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
213158
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
The Voice of Religion in Television, Books, and "Sermons"
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Teresa Federico Morales, Georgia State University
Respondent: John Katsion, Northwest Missouri State Univ
"Homilies and Horsemen: The Scripture in the CW’s Supernatural" Joseph M. Valenzano, University of Dayton; Erika
Engstrom, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
"The Purpose-Driven Life: An Ideological Worldview Marked by Internal Contradiction" Shannon A. Montgomery,
Georgia State University
"Brian McLaren’s (Polyphonically) Novel Approach to the Bible: Hearing God Amid Many Voices" John B. Hatch,
Eastern University
"Inflecting the Local Voice of a Global Genre: The Islamic Khutba in the United States" David Klope, Mount Mercy
University
5:00 PM
215143
5:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
NCA Opening Session: Rebuilding Community after Crisis
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chair: Rich West, Emerson College
Presenters:
Jim Pate, New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity
Andrew Shahan, Arise Academy
Lawrence R. Frey, Trinity University/University of Colorado, Boulder
6:15 PM
218100
6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
NCA Welcome Reception
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University
Rich West, Emerson College
Friday
Napoleon Ballroom - Third Floor
November 18, 2011
7:00 AM
301001
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
FWSD/WC Officers' Breakfast
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Presenters:
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Helen Tate, Columbia College
LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Jennifer Dunn, Dominican University
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
Alena Amato Ruggerio, Southern Oregon University
Yahui Zhang, Wayland Baptist Univ
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
301028
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Community College Section Business Meeting I
Sponsor: Community College Section
Presenters:
Susan Ward, Delaware County Community College
Allison Ainsworth, Gainesville State College
Deborah Hefferin, Broward College, North Campus
Danna Prather, Suffolk County Community College
Robert G. Leonard, Sinclair Community College
301082
7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
New Orleans Marriott
St. Charles - 41st Floor
NCA Doctoral Chair's Breakfast
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chair: Betsy Wackernagel Bach, National Communication Association
Presenters:
Edward L. Fink, University of Maryland
Timothy Kuhn, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
8:00 AM
302011
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
The Voice of Angels: An Auto/Ethnographic Exploration of the Words that make a Difference for
Parents Experiencing Stillbirth
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Suzanne Pullen, San Francisco State Univ
Presenter:
Suzanne Pullen, San Francisco State Univ
302012
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Debut Papers in Performance Studies
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Heather Carver, University of Missouri
Respondent: Heather Carver, University of Missouri
"Giving Voice to a Marginalized Performance Tradition in Contemporary Society" Devendra Sharma, California State
Univ, Fresno; Seema Gupta, San Jose State University
"Performing Depression Through 'The Maria Bamford Show'" Kate Gramlich, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
"Mr. President, Pull My Finger: Moving from the Tragic to the Comic with Protest Music" Eddie Glenn, University of
Kansas
"Nobody’s Baby but Mine: The Case of Ownership over Iran’s Young, Dead or Missing, Political Activists" Sareh
Afshar, New York University
"The Reality of Contingency: Performance as Materialized Trope and the Theorization of Rupture" Marjorie
Hazeltine, San Jose State University; Kurt Zemlicka, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
302013
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Beakers, Biorhythms and Bytes: Advancing Women's Voices in Technology and Science
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
"Gaining and Sustaining Voice as Women Scientist in Academe" Lorie Groll, Purdue University
"Getting Meta: A Review of Intersectional Approaches to Online Fan Studies" Mara Williams, University of Oregon
"I’m No Expert: Exploring Online Voices of Mother-to-Mother Advice" Molly Swiger, Baldwin-Wallace College
"Madam Speaker, We Have the Votes: Procuring Vocalic Space in the Health Care Reform Debate through Political
Style and Affect" Mary Anne Taylor, Univ of Texas, Austin
"The Scandal about Breastfeeding Online: Multiple Politics of Technological Mothering" Natalia Rybas, Indiana Univ,
East
"The Voice of Breast Cancer? Constitutive Rhetoric in Nancy Brinker's 'We All Come Together'" Wilson Katherine,
University of Cincinnati
"Women and Racial Minorities in STEM Fields: A Communication Perspective as a New Voice" John Nicholson,
Mississippi State Univ
302014
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Disability and Activism in Communication
Sponsor: Caucus on Disability Issues
Chair: Karen L. Deardorff, Ohio University
Respondent: Bruce Henderson, Ithaca College
"Appreciative Inquiry and Disability Discourse: Time for a New Paradigm, Time for a New Voice" Vicki Crooks, Ohio
University
"Errors of Eros: Politics of Intimacy and Friendship In Neurodiversity and Cure Autism Movements" Nathan CreanWilliams, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Representing the 'Real Voice' of Autism: An Analysis of the Social Movement Rhetoric of the Autistic Liberation
Front" Michelle Calka, Manchester College
"Words Do Matter: A Diachronic Analysis of Judicial, Legislative and Advocacy Rhetoric on Behalf of Public Support
for Children with Disabilities" Jane Elmes-Crahall, Wilkes University; Mark Congdon, University of North Carolina,
Greensboro
302015
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Sojourning Voices: 21st Century Autoethnographic and Communicative Experiences of African
Americans Living Internationally
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Kimberly D. Campbell, Texas Southern University
Respondent: Reynaldo S. Anderson, Harris Stowe College
"African-American Interactions from the 'Horn of Africa'" Rhunette C. Diggs, Columbus State Community College
"Becoming Blasian: An autoethnographic exploration of an African American Family’s Experiences Living in China
through a Critical Incident Approach" Kimberly D. Campbell, Texas Southern University
"From Hip-Hop to Hanok" Eric Durham, Chungnam National University
"Mangoes, Coconuts and Collard Greens: Building Friendships among African American and African Caribbean
Women in Trinidad West Indies" Tia Cooper, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus
"Negrita Chica en Mexico: An Auto Ethnographic Exploration of an African American Women’s Experiences Living in
Chihuahua, Mexico" Kesha Morant Williams, Penn State, Berks
302022
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Transforming, Interpreting, and Reflecting Upon Pedagogical Voice: Longitudinal Reflections of SoTL
Research as Manifested in the Classroom
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Dacia Charlesworth, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
Presenters:
Dacia Charlesworth, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
Maggie M. Sullivan, Loras College
Elizabeth Tolman, South Dakota State Univ
Diana L Tucker, Walden Univ
302023
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Which Voice is Worth More? A Professional Oriented Communication Major or a Liberal Arts Oriented
Major?
Sponsor: NCA Educational Policies Board
Chair: Mark Redmond, Iowa State Univ
Presenters:
Phil Backlund, Central Washington University
Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
Chrys Gabrich, Carlow University
Betsy Hall, Consultant and Counselor
Jeff Kerssen-Griep, Univ of Portland
Julie Weeks Simanski, Des Moines Area Community College
Helen Tate, Columbia College
Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster
302024
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
The Discourses and Dilemmas of Conversation
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Charlotte M. Jones, Carroll College
"The Interpersonal Recognition of Attention Deficit, Non Sequitur" Gregory Thompson, University of California, San
Diego
"Fearless Nation: A Discursive Analysis of Virtual Play Therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder" Alexa Eisner,
Syracuse University
"Context as the Missing Link: Determining the Real Meaning of the Message" Kara Kehoe, University of Nebraska,
Lincoln
"Being All Like: An Ethnography and Conversational Analysis of Assertions through Codeswitching" Kristina
Gorgevich, California State Univ, Sacramento
"Effective Doctor-Patient Communication: An Updated Examination" Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida;
Jennifer Spear, Univ of Central Florida
302025
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
“Who’s Driving the Textbook Bus?” The Role of Voice in Authorship
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Beth M. Waggenspack, Virginia Tech
Presenters:
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
Isa N. Engleberg, Prince George's Community College
Kory Floyd, Arizona State University
Cheri J. Simonds, Illinois State University
Joseph M. Valenzano, University of Dayton
Samuel P. Wallace, University of Dayton
302027
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
Rhetoric Society of America Board of Directors Meeting
Sponsor: Rhetoric Society of America
Presenters:
Davida Charney, University of Texas
Gregory Clark, Brigham Young Univ
Pamela Conners, Gustavus Adolphus College
Cara A. Finnegan, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Cinthia Gannett, Fairfield University
Robert Hariman, Northwestern University
James Jsinski, University of Puget Sound
Arabella Lyon, State Univ of New York, Buffalo
Carolyn R. Miller, North Carolina State University
Roxanne Mountford, University of Kentucky
Lester C. Olson, Univ of Pittsburgh
Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
Krista Ratcliffe, Marquette University
Jack Selzer, Penn State University
Kimberly Thomas-Pollei, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Arthur E. Walzer, Univ of Minnesota
David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
302028
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Finding Voice While in Transition: Blending Communication Studies Courses with
Professional/Technical Programs to Empower Students to Re-Enter the Workforce
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Danielle Powell, Cascadia Community College
Presenters:
Brian Bansenauer, Cascadia Community College
Heidi McGrew, Sinclair Comm College
David Ortiz, Cascadia Community College
Janette Rasque, Cascadia Community College
Kurt Simmons, Workforce Development Council, Snohomis County
Sue Tinney, Cascadia Community College
302029
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Ethnographic Listening: Studying Culture Through Sound
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Patricia Sotirin, Michigan Technological Univ
"Documentary Boot Camp" Daniel Makagon, DePaul University; Mary Gould, St. Louis University
"In the Dumps" Michael LeVan, University of South Florida; Mark Neumann, Northern Arizona Univ
"Silencing the City: Tokyo’s Hermetic Music Spaces" David Morris, University of South Florida
302031
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Queer Voices, Queer Spaces: The Gay Bar and the LGBTQ Community
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Chair: David J. Gudelunas, Fairfield University
Respondent: M.J. Robinson, Marymount Manhattan College
"We Hopeful Addicts" John Martin Wolf, Syracuse University
"The Court and the Guild" Deryl Johnson, Kutztown University
"Straight Possibilities in Gay Bars: John Dewey, Eventful Becoming and the Rhetoric of ‘Other’ Spaces" Joe E.
Rhodes, Louisiana State University
"‘You’re All Going to Hell:’ Queer Archives and Resistance in Small Town Gay Bar" Katelyn Hale Wood, Univ of
Texas, Austin
"The Untimely (and Untrue) Death of Gay and Lesbian Space" David J. Gudelunas, Fairfield University
302051
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Embodied Interventions: Giving Voice to the Fat Body
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Lisa Tillmann, Rollins College
Respondent: Lisa Tillmann, Rollins College
"Desiring Health; No Longer Fearing Fat: An Embodied Performative Challenge to the Demands of Thinness and FatPhobia" Benny LeMaster, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
"Morbid Obesity and/or Athleticism: A Performative Reflection on the Indefinability of Fatness and
Movement" Miranda Olzman, San Francisco State University
"Towards The ‘Revolting’ Body: Poesis and Drag Performance As Methods of A Fat Resistance" Jesus Ivan Valles,
California State Univ, Long Beach
"Woman Over Weight" Tracey Frazier, Eastern Michigan university
302052
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Finding our Voices: Textual Awakenings of Philosophical Scholarship
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Gary P. Radford, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"Finding Questions, Finding Voice: The Irruption of Norman F. Dixon" Gary P. Radford, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"Hearing (and Giving Voice to) Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s The Wisdom of the Sands" Corey Anton, Grand Valley
State University
"Hermeneutics and the Interpretation of Echoing Voices" Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
"The Voice of the Librarian: Transmitting Content in the Context of Relationships" Marie L. Radford, Rutgers
University
"Toward the Authoring of an Authentic Voice" Beth A. Walter, Duquesne University
302053
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Doing More with Less? Voicing Concerns Regarding the Future of Budget Crunches and Effects on
Communication Education
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: William L. Mullen, Liberty University
Presenters:
Shawn Wahl, Angelo State Univ
Donna R. Pawlowski, Creighton University
Thomas Baglan, Arkansas State University
Marceline Thompson Hayes, Arkansas State University
Elizabeth N. Ribarsky, Univ of Illinois, Springfield
Faith E. Mullen, Liberty University
Russel Luce, Truman State University
302054
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Media Coverage of the 2010 Census Seen…But Not Heard
Sponsors: Black Caucus, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Kim LeDuff, University of Southern Mississippi
Presenters:
Riva Brown Teague, Jackson State University
Melody Fisher, Tougaloo College
Ed Silence, University of Southern Mississippi
Vera Walker-Hawkins, Texas Southern University
302055
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Visual Voices: Expressing Our Theme through Visual Communication
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Visual Communication Division
Chair: Heather M. Crandall, Gonzaga University
Respondent: Brian Rusted, University of Calgary
"Eikoh Hosoe's Visual Poetry: Transforming Voice Through Art" David Staton, University of Colorado
"Four Little Girls and the Subjunctive Voice in Film" Katie Lind, Syracuse University
"Visual Voices at the Monson Motor Lodge Protest: Visceral Reasoning Ignited by a 'Dive-In'" Kristine Warrenburg,
Flagler College
"Visualizing Voices: The Multi-accentual Articulations of Jenny Holzer" Michael Glassco, University of Iowa
302060
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Giving Voice to Multiple Populations
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Paul N. Lakey, Abilene Christian University
"Communication in a Changing World: Contemporary Perspectives on Business Communication
Competence" Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman University; Cathryn Durante, Chapman University; Briana Helmuth,
Chapman University; Brandon Marcia, Chapman University
"Finding the Love Guru in You: Examining the Effectiveness of a Sexual Coaching Skill Training Program" Jennifer
Gill Rosier, James Madison University
"Giving Coal Miners Voice: Development and Evaluation of Training on Radio Use in Underground Coal
Mines" Catherine Y. Kingsley Westerman, University of Tennessee; Carin Kosmoski, NIOSH; Michael Brnich, NIOSH
"Giving Voice to Underprivileged Populations: Creating Training Programs to Address Their Specific Needs" Sonia
Zamanou-Erickson, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville; Natalee Schwalb, Southern Illinois University
302061
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Making Sure Every Voice is Heard: Mediation Through Different Means
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Miriam McMullen-Pastrick, Penn State University, Behrend College
Respondent: Jessica K. Jameson, North Carolina State University
"Conflict Management Styles and Argumentativeness: Examining the Differences between Face-to-Face and
Computer-Mediated Communication" Andrea Mitchell, University of Akron; Heather L. Walter, University of Akron
"Managing Conflict while Owning a Small Business: Saving Face and Figure in a Health Club" Melissa A. Maier, Univ
of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Anna Herrman, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Falon F. Kartch, Univ of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Kikuko Omori, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Kelly E. Tenzek, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Lara C.
Stache, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Denis Grimes, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Keith Dilbeck, Bangkok University;
Seokhoon Ahn, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Jennifer Glocka, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Julie
Maloney, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Andrew Zoromski, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Nancy A. Burrell,
Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Neutrality and Satisfaction in the Mediation Session: The Clients’ Perspective" Keri Szejda Fehrenbach, Arizona
State University; Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
"Taking Dispute Resolution to New Heights. Proposal to Apply ODR to Airline Customer Service" Daria S.
Heinemann, Wayne State Univ
"What’s the Story with HR and Workplace Conflict? HR Professionals’ Positive Stories of Conflict Intervention" Ross
Brinkert, Penn State University, Abington
302062
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Revitalizing the Study of Small Group Communication: Fifteen Years Later
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Gwen Wittenbaum, Michigan State University
Presenters:
Lawrence R. Frey, Trinity University/University of Colorado, Boulder
Dennis S. Gouran, Penn State University
Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
Renee Meyers, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Marshall Scott Poole, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Kathleen M. Propp, Western Michigan Univ
302065
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony N - Fourth Floor
SC11: Directing The Communication Internship Program
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Karen M. Roloff, Elmhurst College
302066
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SC09: Conquer Speech Anxiety & the Multidimensional Model: Design a Class, Module, or Workshop for
Anxious Speakers
Sponsor: Short Courses
Presenter:
Karen Kangas Dwyer, University of Nebraska, Omaha
302067
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SC10: Developing Student Voice Through Technology: Teaching the Business & Professional
Communication Course Online
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Katherine Castle, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
302069
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Iberville - Fourth Floor
SC12: Enhancing Voices through New and Continuing Communication Centers
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Presenters:
Linda B. Hobgood, University of Richmond
Kyle B. Love, Columbia College
Marlene Preston, Virginia Tech
Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Mary E. Von Till, San Jose State University
Eunkyong L. Yook, Univ of Mary Washington
302070
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Reclaiming Their Voice: Modern-Day Reactions to Gender Roles and Representations in “Mad Men”
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Bonnie J. Dow, Vanderbilt University
"Feminine Voices in a ‘Triple-Bind’: Female Interpretations of ‘Mad Men’ Women" Allison M. Prasch, Univ of
Minnesota, Twin Cities
"From Her Voice: Reconciling Feminist Ideology and ‘Mad Men’ Fandom" Holly N Willson Holladay, Univ of Missouri,
Columbia
"Men without Voice: The Hegemonic Masculinity of ‘Mad Men’ as Disciplining Gendered Discourses" MaryAnn Martin,
University of Iowa
"Selective Purity: ‘Mad Men’ and Issues of Voicing Gender Role Contradictions" Emma Bertolaet, Purdue University
"Suppressing Their Voice: The Symbolic Annihilation of Women at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce" Rod Carveth,
Fitchburg State Univ
302071
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
The Practice of Rhetorical Inquiry: Object, Theory, Method
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Emily Ann Berg, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Respondent: Lisa Shawn Hogan, Penn State University
"Beyond Public Address: Carter's Purpose, Trade, and Confidence" Steven Stuglin, Georgia State University
"Giving Voice to Activism: Cindy Sheehan’s Use of Autobiography to Defend and Build the Peace Movement" Amy
Pason, Univ of Nevada, Reno
"Not Normal Circumstances: Rhetorical Crises, Problematic Articulations, and the Scene-Agent Ratio" Blake Abbott,
University of Richmond
"Inoperative Speech: Literacy, Legibility, and the Study of Public Address" Samuel McCormick, Purdue University
302072
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Voices of Students: Learner Communication Variables and Their Impact on Instructional Interactions
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Laura Martin, Univ of Texas, Pan American
Respondent: Chad Edwards, Western Michigan Univ
"Personality and its Association with Students’ Prosocial/Antisocial Communication Orientations" Jason Teven,
California State University, Fullerton; James A. Katt, Univ of Central Florida
"The Relationship between Students' Motives to Communicate with their Instructors and Classroom
Environment" Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University; Christopher J. Claus, West Virginia University
"Voicing Effective Feedback: An Investigation of Student Traits and Instructional Feedback Orientations" Colleen C.
Malachowski, West Virginia University; Matthew M. Martin, West Virginia University; Jessalyn I. Vallade, West Virginia
University
302073
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Finding Voice as Mother and Academic: Conversations with Women in the Trenches
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Lesli K. Pace, University of Louisiana, Monroe
Presenters:
Vanessa B. Beasley, Vanderbilt University
Cindy L. Griffin, Colorado State University
Lesli K. Pace, University of Louisiana, Monroe
Kristan Poirot, Texas A&M Univ
Amy R. Slagell, Iowa State Univ
Shevaun E. Watson, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
302093
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Applied Voices Across the Field
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Convention Theme Group, Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: San Bolkan, California State Univ, Long Beach
Respondent: Audra Diers, Marist College
"'When We Arrived and Opened My Dorm Room Door, It Smelled Like Freedom and Opportunities': Voicing FirstGeneration College Students’ Experiences" Tiffany Wang, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Jenna Stephenson-Abetz, Univ of
Nebraska, Lincoln
"Conflicting Voices: Millennial College Graduates' Transitions from College to Career" Leilani Carver, Maryville Univ
"Online Voice: An Interpretive Philosophical Reflection" Stacey O Irwin, Millersville University
"Voice Versus Virus: Studying Rural Media Use to Best Employ Health Crisis Information" Mark Poepsel, Loyola
University of New Orleans; HyunJee Oh, University of Missouri, Columbia; Annette Sobel, University of MissouriColumbia; Glen T. Cameron, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
302095
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Omnipresent Voices: Exploring the Nature and Implications of Ubiquitous Connectivity and Ambient
Awareness Facilitated by New Media
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University
Respondents: Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University; Jennifer Adams, DePauw
University; Edward C. Brewer, Appalachian State Univ; Melissa Plew, Georgia Southern
University; Stephen Dickter, Pepperdine University
"Capturing a Sense of Others: The Development of An Ambient Awareness Scale" Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State
University
"Privacy vs. Disclosure: Making Sense of the World With Mobile Imaging Technologies" Stephen Dickter, Pepperdine
University
"The Relationship between University/College Instructors’ Reasons for Deciding to Allow Students as Facebook
Friends and Subsequent Ambient Awareness" Melissa Plew, Georgia Southern University
"The Relevance of Snail Mail to Facebook: Negotiating Presence and Absence in New Social Media
Technologies" Jennifer Adams, DePauw University
"The Ubiquitous Nature of Second Life" Edward C. Brewer, Appalachian State Univ; Lynn D Gregory, Appalachian
State Univ
302101
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Retired: Now What?
Sponsor: NFHS Speech, Debate, and Theatre Association
Chair: Robert Stockton, Anaheim Union High School District
Presenters:
Diane Ritzdorf, Arapahoe High School
Nancy Rose, Churchill High School
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Harry Sharp Jr., Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
302103
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
The Cultural Politics of Deviance: Representing Drugs and Crime in the City and the Cell
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Amanda Davis Gatchet, Eastern New Mexico University
Respondent: Kristen Hoerl, Butler University
"Drugs and Accordions: Representations of Narcocorridos in U.S. American Print Media" Danielle Jones-Kvam, Univ
of New Mexico
"Neocolonialism and Prison Rhetoric in National Geographic's 'Locked Up Abroad'" Casey Kelly, Butler University
"Rehabilitating the Masses: How Mediated Religion at the Louisiana State Penitentiary Translates to More Moral
Prisoners" Kalen Churcher, Niagara University
"Stepping Out of the Shadow Economy: A Critical, Cultural Look at a City's Addiction to Drug Money" Katie
Kavanagh O'Neill, University of Pittsburgh
302104
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
The Voices of Cutting Edge Research in Mass Communication
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Rebecca ML Curnalia, Youngstown State Univ
Respondent: Tracy Worrell, Rochester Institute of Technology
"The Fervent, the Ambivalent, and the Great Gap Between: American Print Media Coverage of the 2010 FIFA World
Cup" David R. Novak, Erasmus University, Rotterdam; Andrew C. Billings, University of Alabama
"A Role for the Self: Media Content as Triggers for Autobiographical Memories" Dan McDonald, Ohio State
University; Shu-Fang Lin, National Chung Cheng Univ; Melanie Sarge, Ohio State University; James G. Collier, Ohio
State University; Bridget Potocki, Ohio State University
"Media Authority, Sports Mythology, and Organizational Identity: Red Barber as the 'Voice' of the Brooklyn
Dodgers" Raymond I. Schuck, Bowling Green State University
"The Impact of Exposure to Sexually Oriented Media on the Endorsement of Hookup Culture: A Panel Study of FirstYear College Students" Jennifer S. Aubrey, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Siobhan Smith, University of Louisville
"Associations between Television and Mental Well-being via Neighborhood Belonging" Meghan Moran, San Diego
State University; Matthew Matsaganis, University at Albany, SUNY; Carmen Gonzalez, Univ of Southern California;
Andrew R Schrock, Univ of Southern California
302106
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Clandestine Collectives and Secret Societies: Communicative Perspectives on Hidden Organizations
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Craig R. Scott, Rutgers University
Presenters:
Jack Z. Bratich, Rutgers University
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers University
Michael S Stohl, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Cynthia Stohl, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Angela Trethewey, Arizona State University
302108
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
We or Me? Issues of Personal, Social, and Cultural Identity
Sponsors: International and Intercultural Communication Division, Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Mary Grace Antony, Schreiner University
Respondent: Miriam S. Sobre-Denton, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"A Pancultural Preference for Other-Serving Attribution over Self-Serving Attribution" Austin Lee, Michigan State
University; Hee Sun Park, Michigan State University; Tatsuya Imai, Univ of Texas, Austin; Seoyeon Hong, University of
Missouri
"Haafu a Voice: Biethnic Identity Development in Japan" Josh Nelson, San Diego State Univ
"Experiencing “Chineseness” Affectively: Voices from Chinese College Students" Hsin-I (Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara
University
"The Rhetoric of Pizza: Intercultural Communication and Italian Politics" Fabio Parasecoli, New School Univ
302112
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Applied Communication in Health-related Contexts
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Health Communication Division
Chair: Melinda Weathers, George Mason Univ
Respondent: Heather J. Carmack, Missouri State Univ
"Mammogram Screening Policy as Need Intervention" Susan Opt, James Madison University
"Perceptions about Organ Donation among African American, Caucasian, and Hispanic High School Students" Brian
L. Quick, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Nicole R. LaVoie, University of Illinois; Allison M Scott, University of
Kentucky; Susan E. Morgan, Purdue University; Dave Bosch, Gift of Hope
"Using an Ecological Framework to Understand Parent-Child Communication about Nutritional Decision-making and
Behavior" Khadidiatou Ndiaye, Michigan State University; Kami J. Silk, Michigan State University; Jenn Anderson,
Michigan State University; Allison Hurley, Michigan State University; Amanda Carpenter, Rutgers University; Haley
Kranstuber, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Jeffrey Proulx, Michigan State University
"What Women with Breast Cancer Discuss with Clinicians about Risk for their Adolescent Daughters" Erin Maloney,
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Richard Brown, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kissane David, Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Shawna Edgerson, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Ken Offit, Cornell
University; Mark Robson, Cornell University; Carma Bylund, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
302113
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Communicating about Cancer: Perceiving, Preventing, & Coping
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Shelly Hovick, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
"Educating Males about Testicular Cancer: Support for a Comprehensive Testicular Cancer Campaign" Melissa B.
Wanzer, Canisius College; Catherine Foster, Canisius College; Sara LaBelle, West Virginia University; Timothy Servoss,
Canisius College
"Public Estimates of Cancer Frequency: Cancer Incidence Perceptions Mirror Distorted Media Depictions" Jakob D.
Jensen, University of Utah; Courtney Lynam Scherr, Purdue University; Natasha Brown, Purdue University; Christina
Jones, Purdue University; Katheryn Christy, Purdue University; Ryan J. Hurley, North Carolina State University
"Improving Recruitment of Young Women Donors for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank: Factors
Influencing Intentions to Donate" Eileen F. Doherty, Purdue University; Erina L. MacGeorge, Purdue University
"Young Women’s Perspectives on Cervical Cancer Prevention in Appalachian Kentucky: Insight from the Integrated
Behavioral Model" Katharine Head, University of Kentucky; Elisia Cohen, University of Kentucky; Margaret McGladrey,
University of Kentucky
"Consulting with Surgeons prior to Breast-Cancer Surgery: Exploring the Negative Association between Patients'
Self-Initiated Questions and Aspects of Patients' Satisfaction" Maria Venetis, Rutgers University; Jeffrey Robinson,
Portland State University; Thomas Kearney, Cancer Institute of New Jersey
302114
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
Speaking For, Speaking Against: Everyday Representations of East Asia in the Twenty-First Century
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Caucus
Chair: Hilary Franklin, Carnegie Mellon University
"'Managing the Octopus': Yellow Peril Rhetoric in the 21st Century" Helen Ho, University of Michigan
"A New Imprisonment: The Rhetorical Containment of 'Comfort Women' in English-Language Media" Hilary Franklin,
Carnegie Mellon University
"The Paradox of an Authentic Voice: Translating Japanese Manga for a U.S. Audience" Kristin Anderson-Terpstra,
University of Iowa
"The Search for the New Nazis: Representations of East Asia in Military Video Games" Robert Mejia, Univ of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign
302115
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
A 'Vernacular Voice' for the Discipline: Exploring Recruitment, Organizational Maintenance and
Scholarship in State Associations
Sponsor: National States Advisory Council
Chair: Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
Presenters:
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Marie H. Baker-Ohler, Northern Arizona Univ
Melissa A. Cook, St. Vincent College
Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
Elesha L. Ruminski, Frostburg State Univ
302121
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Theoretical Perspectives on Voice, Dialogue, and Meaning
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Ryan Clark, Black Hills State University
"An (Un)Critical Condition: The Trauma of Rhetorical Violence" Brett Ingram, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst;
Dijana Jelaca, Univ of Massachusetts
"Giving Voice to the Dialogic Paradigm" Matthew S Thatcher, Arkansas State University
"Nationalism, Rhetoric, and the Structure of Voice" Matthew deTar, Northwestern University
"Strategic Ambiguity in 'The Intentional Fallacy'" Ryan Clark, Black Hills State University
"The Communication of Value-Expressive Attitudes: Giving Voice to the Communicative Side of Functional
Theory" Jenn Anderson, Michigan State University
302122
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
The Voice of Conservatism: Understanding Contemporary Conservative Discourses of Power and
Resistance within the Tea Party Movement
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Paul Elliott Johnson, University of Iowa
Respondent: Ronald Walter Greene, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"'A Pretty Good Cross-section of America': Rick Santelli’s CNBC Outburst and the Condensation of Anxiety in the Tea
Party’s Genesis" Paul Elliott Johnson, University of Iowa
"(Radical) Democracy in the Age of (Racial) Neoliberalism? The Case of the Tea Party" Darrel Enck-Wanzer,
University of North Texas
"Making Sense of Common Sense: The Aesthetics of Tea Party Rhetoric" Matthew B. Morris, Univ of Texas, Austin
"The Rhetoric of Resentment" Jeremy Engels, Pennsylvania State University
302123
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Does Listening Need A Voice? Implications of "Listening" as Metaphor
Sponsor: International Listening Association
Chair: Debra L. Worthington, Auburn University
Presenters:
Margaret Fitch-Hauser, Auburn Univ
Andrea J. Vickery, Louisiana State University
302125
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Not Just Social Networking: Self and Other in Online Communication
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University
Respondent: Michael E. Holmes, Ball State University
"Interpersonal Feedback in CMC" Erin Schumaker, Ohio State University; Brandon Van Der Heide, Ohio State
University
"Marital Communication as Framed by Entries on Popular Websites: A Private, Complex, and Problematic
Phenomenon" Lynne M. Webb, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville; Kattrina Baldus, University of Phoenix; Brittney Lee,
University of Arkansas; Katie A. Tinker, University of Arkansas; Sarah Chorley, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
"Online Communication Attitudes as Predictors of Problematic Internet Use and Well-Being Outcomes" Joseph
Mazer, Clemson University; Andrew M. Ledbetter, Texas Christian University
"The Effects of Anonymity on Self-Disclosure in Blogs: An Application of the Online Disinhibition Effect" Erin
Hollenbaugh, Kent State Univ, Canton; Marcia K. Everett, Malone Univ
302127
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
The Roles of Affect and Cognition in Message Processing
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Stephanie E. Kelly, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Respondent: John O. Greene, Purdue University
"Expertise in Deception Detection Involves Actively Prompting Diagnostic Information Rather Than Passive
Behavioral Observation" Timothy Levine, Michigan State University; J. Pete Blair, Texas State University; David D.
Clare, Michigan State University
"Searching for Moderators of Message Framing Effect: A Motivational Approach" Lijiang Shen, University of Georgia;
Laura Min Kollar, University of Georgia
"The Interaction of Integral Anger, Efficacy, and Argument Quality on Cognitions and Intentions: A Test of the
Anger Activism Model" Monique Mitchell Turner, University of Maryland; Adam Richards, University of Maryland; Yoav
Magid, University of Maryland
"Story Appraisal Theory: From Story Kernels and Their Implications to Effects" Charles R. Berger, Univ of California,
Davis; Yehreen Ha, University of California, Davis
302128
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
And Now the News: A Look at News Production and Consumption
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Kate Dunsmore, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
Respondent: Joan L. Conners, Randolph-Macon College
"Corporate Media Ownership and Negativity in Campaign News Coverage" Johanna Dunaway, Louisiana State
University
"Covering the Gulf Oil Spill: A Comparison of Local and National Television Coverage" Ashley Kirzinger, Louisiana
State University; Kirby Goidel, Louisiana State University; Johanna Dunaway, Louisiana State University
"Perceptions of Cable News Credibility" Natalie Jomini Stroud, Univ of Texas, Austin; Jae Kook Lee, Indiana
University
302130
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Multiple Latina/o Voices in La Raza Caucus
Sponsor: La Raza Caucus
Chair: Elena Esquibel, California State University Long Beach
Respondent: Richard Pineda, University of Texas, El Paso
"Arizona SB 1070: A Critical Interrogation of Democracy" Anna Ortiz, Purdue University
"Hips That Don't Lie: Rhetorical Analysis of a Shakira Song" Rebecca Mercado Thornton, Ohio University
"Latino USA: The Use of Multiple Voices in Latino Historical Accounts" Adriana Angel, Ohio University
"Undocumented Immigrant Voices in the Public Sphere: A Case Study" Melissa R. Meade, Temple University
302131
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
International and Global Studies of Organizational Communication
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Mohammad Auwal, California State University, Los Angeles
Respondent: Jennifer L Gibbs, Rutgers University
"Encouraging Careers that Capture the Imagination of a Country: A Poststructuralist Analysis of Lebanese Children’s
Talk About Meanings of Work and Career" Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University; Abrar Hammoud, Purdue
University; Brenda L. Berkelaar, University of Texas, Austin; Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue University
"Foxconn Suicides, Voice of Resistance against Globalization: In the Lens of the Four Central Problematics of
Organizational Communication" Dongjing Kang, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Integrating Religious Faith in Human Rights Collaboration" Matthew A. Koschmann, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"The Communicative Constitution of Organizational Culture: A Question of Cultivation" Boris H. J. M. Brummans,
Université de Montréal; Chantal Benoit-Barne, Université de Montréal; Francois Cooren, Université de Montréal;
Frédérik Matte, Université de Montréal
302132
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
The Constantly Evolving World of Uses and Gratifications Research
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Eun-Ho Yeo, Plymouth State University
Respondent: Mina Tsay, Boston University
"Cards, Dice, and Male bonding: An Examination of Strat-O-Matic Baseball Motives" John S.W. Spinda, Murray State
Univ; Daniel L. Wann, Murray State University; Michael Sollitto, West Virginia University
"Reading Motivations: Uses and Gratifications of Avid Readers" Kristina Drumheller, West Texas A&M Univ; R.
Nicholas Gerlich, West Texas A&M University
"A Proposed Media Use and Social Capital Model: Toward Understanding the Relationship between Media Use and
Social Capital from a Uses and Gratifications Perspective" Esther A Agyeman-Budu, Kent State University
"Why We Watch Them Sing and Dance: The Uses and Gratifications of Talent-based Reality Television" Kristin
Barton, Dalton State College
"Voices of Chinese Web-TV Audiences: A Case of Applying Uses and Gratifications Theory to Examine Popularity of
Prison Break in China" Li Li, Ohio University; Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University; Ran Ju, Ohio University; Masato
Nakazawa, University of New Mexico
302142
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Difficult Family Circumstances that Impact Relational and Communicative Processes
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Julie E Delaney, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"The Meanings of 'Open Communication' Among Couples Coping with a Cardiac Event" Daena J. Goldsmith, Lewis &
Clark College; Kelsey Domann, Lewis & Clark College
"Depressive Symptoms and Mechanisms of Relational Turbulence as Predictors of Relationship Satisfaction among
Returning Service Members" Leanne Knobloch, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Jennifer A. Theiss, Rutgers
University
"The Impact of a Parent’s Presence on Facebook on Perceptions of Parental Privacy Invasions and Parent-Child
Relationship Quality" Maggie Kanter, University of California, Santa Barbara; Tamara Afifi, University of California,
Santa Barbara; Stephanie Robbins, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Enacted and Perceived Goal Attention in Family Conversations about End-of-Life Decisions" Allison M Scott,
University of Kentucky
"Giving Voice to Communication Research: A Review and Synthesis of the Family Stress and Coping Literature from
a Communication Perspective" Katheryn C. Maguire, Wayne State Univ
302143
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Hurtful and Aggressive Communication in Interpersonal Interactions
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Courtney Wright, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
"Communicating about Romantic Relationship Conflict: The Influence of Locus of Control and Relational Intimacy on
Communicative Strategies and Perceived Resolution" Christin E. Bates, University of Georgia; Jennifer Samp,
University of Georgia
"Components of Integrative Communication during Arguing: Implications for Stress Symptoms" Rachel Reznik,
Elmhurst College; Courtney Waite Miller, Elmhurst College; Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
"Serial Hurt in Romantic Relationships: Toward an Understanding of Recurring Hurtful Interactions" Alexa Hampel,
George Washington Univ
"The Role of Relationship Estrangement in Intimate Partner Violence and Aggression" Lea D. L. Ciceraro, University
of Texas, Austin; Brian Spitzberg, San Diego State Univ
"Why Dating Partners Communicate Defensively in Conflict Interactions: Relationships Between Defensive
Communication and Four Communicative Traits" Jennifer Becker, University of Alabama
302151
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
The Mediation of Communication: Reframing Human Language in Media Ecology
Sponsor: Media Ecology Association
Chair: James Hamilton, University of Georgia
Presenters:
Christopher M. Boulton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Matt Fuss, Duquesne University
Brian Gilchrist, Duquesne University
Olivier J. Tchouaffe, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: James Hamilton, University of Georgia
302152
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Contested Patriotisms: Capturing the State Through Pride and Intolerance
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Mary McCoy, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Respondent: M. Lane Bruner, Georgia State University
"A New Voice of Russian Patriotism: A Lacanian-Burkean Study of the Anti-Western Rhetoric of the Russian State
and the Pro-Kremlin Youth Group Nashi" Hanna Baranchuk-Hajiyev, Georgia State University
"Purifying Islam in an Emerging Democracy" Mary McCoy, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"Salvaging National Pride: The Taekwondo Controversy in Taiwan and East Asian Politics" Jiyeon Kang, University of
Iowa
"Silencing Progressive Patriotism: Resurgent American Exceptionalism in Tea Party Rhetoric" Brandi Rogers,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
302154
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Exposing Critical/Cultural Voices in the Field
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Carolina R.F. Branson, Univ of Minnesota
Respondent: Alexa Dare, Gonzaga University
"Challenging the “Will to Health:” Environmentalist and Feminist Voices in Health Communication" Alexandra Nutter
Smith, Penn State University
"The First and Final Fantasy: The Voice as Object a in Final Fantasy X" Gerald Voorhees, Oregon State University
"Voices from the Archive: Family Names, Official Documents, and Unofficial Ideologies in the Gloria Anzaldúa
Papers" Diana I. Bowen, University of Houston, Downtown
"Voicing Working Class Sentiment and Bringing Poetry to Life: The Cultural Production of San Diego’s Poetry
Crews" Jenifer Vernon, Univ of Alaska, Southeast
302156
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Communication and Aging Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication and Aging Division
Presenters:
Carla L. Fisher, George Mason University
Jill S. Yamasaki, University of Houston
Margaret Jane Pitts, University of Arizona
Mei-Chen Lin, Kent State University
Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
302157
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
From the Great Depression to the Great "He"-Cession: The Making of the Media/Labor Crisis
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Brian Dolber, SUNY College at Oneonta
"'Communist Nazis': The Newspaper Guild and the Unmaking of the Jewish 'Newspaper Culture' in the CIO
Era" Brian Dolber, SUNY College at Oneonta
"'We’re Ready for Our Close-up': State Media Industry Subsidies and the Fight for 'Runaway Productions'" Camille
Johnson-Yale, Lake Forest College
"The Chicago Media, the Labor Movement and the Struggle over Taft-Hartley" Stephen H. Macek, North Central
College
"The Crisis Stops Here: How Can We Trade Crises in White Masculinity for Working Class Consciousness?" Michelle
Rodino-Colocino, Penn State University
302158
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Dual Voices: The Pedagogical Influences of Having Both Law and Communication Degrees
Sponsors: Communication and Law Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Respondent: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
"Everything's a Case: Law School Style Testing in Undergraduate Courses" Irwin Mallin, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ,
Fort Wayne
"Promoting Excellence in Higher Education Through Combining Communication Strategies, Leadership Principles and
Law School Experiences" Crystal Rae Coel Coleman, Murray State University
"Socrates was a Teacher? The Utilization of the Socratic Method in Undergraduate Courses" Sarah Ubel, Washburn
University
"Teaching Debate from a Courtroom Orientation " Erica Hollander, Metropolitan State College of Denver
"The Utility of Law-Related Examples in Communication Education" Michael R. Kramer, Saint Mary's College
"We're Not Law Students: Helping Students See the Value of a Professor with a Law Degree" Greg Lisby, Georgia
State University
9:00 AM
304021
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Rhetorical Scholar to Scholar Perspectives
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: Lonny Brooks, University of California, East Bay; Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Indiana
University; Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma; Richard Paine, North Central College
"01. (Re)articulating Difference: Constitutive Rhetoric, Christian Identity, and Discourses of Race as Biology" Theon
Edward Hill, Purdue University
"02. Apathy, Appearance and Anti-Animal Bigotry: A Rhetorical Analysis of Hegemonic Leadership and Strategies in
the Musical 'Wicked'" Valerie Lynn Schrader, Penn State Schuylkill
"03. Branding Media Authorship: The Critical-Industrial Function of the Horror Auteur" Joe Tompkins, University of
Minnesota
"05. Conversations around the Poker Table: A Character Study of Stanley, Blanche, and Stella through Burke and
Lacan Analysis " Andrea Iaccheri, University of Nebraska, Omaha
"06. Cramer v. Stewart: The Dynamic Nature of Image Restoration" Nicholas Browning, University of Louisville
"07. Debating the Constitutive Force of Religion: The Rhetoric of the Early Christian Conflict with Hellenism" Thom
Vaughn, Arkansas Technical University
"08. Delegitimizing the Tea Party’s Voice: Uncovering the Power Structures in the 2010 Texas Republican
Gubernatorial Debate" Maegan Stephens, Univ of Texas, Austin
"09. Derrida's Hospitality and Free Software Movement" Song Shi, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"10. Did Kyoto Open a Door?" James Coleman McGuffey, Indiana University
"11. Do Not Let Him Live: A Colonel's Command That Contributed to War Crimes in Iraq" Joseph McGlynn III, Univ
of Texas, Austin; Rachel Romero, Texas A&M University
"12. Indigenous Cultural Artifacts or Hegemonic Reproductions? A Semiotic Analysis of the Film End of the
Spear" Bethany Beck, West Texas A&M University
"13. Legendary Mothers: In Search of Black and Latino Womanhood in 'Paris Is Burning'" Thomas R. Dunn, Univ of
Georgia
"14. Marcuse’s Legacy and Foucault’s Challenge: A Philosophical Understanding of the Relationship between
Comedic Pleasure and the Mass Media" Kyung Han You, Pennsylvania State University
"15. Mrs. 'Jack' and the Power of Publicity: Eccentric Voices in the Public Sphere" Kristin S. Stimpson, Univ of Texas,
Austin
"16. Navigating from Ptolemy to Tron and Mii" Daniel M. Sutko, North Carolina State University
"17. Negotiating Power Through Styles of Scientific Discourse: A Controversy in Immunology" V. Emily Stark,
Carnegie Mellon University
"18. P. B. Randolph & His Spirits of the Dead: Giving Voice to the Voiceless" Timothy Fallis, University of
Pennsylvania
"19. Post Civil Rights Era Black Genre Films and African American Ideology: Giving Voice to Viewer Reception and
Decoding of Nothing But a Man and Do the Right Thing" Patrick L. Stearns, Morgan State University
"20. Power Negotiations and Rhetorical Distance A Foucauldian Approach to Understanding the Interview
Process" Samantha Gable, Villanova University
"21. Discourse of Muslim Identity in the context of French Hijab Ban" Purba Das, Ohio University Southern; Sheida
Shirvani, Ohio Univ, Zanesville
"22. Queering the Core: Straightedge Hardcore as a Variable Phototropic Discourse" John I. Sewell, Georgia State
University
"23. Reframing Competitive Critical Analyses: An Argument for Education-Application-based Methods for Speech
Writing in Communication Analysis and Rhetorical Criticism" Katherine Hatfield-Edstrom, Creighton University
"25. Revisiting the Beating of Rodney King Through the Murder of Oscar Grant" Alexandrina Agloro, Univ of
Southern California
"26. Rhetorical Implications: The Affirmation-Subversion Dialectic in Confessions of a Reluctant Caregiver" Spencer
Patterson, Ohio University
"27. Terrortotalization: Joseph Stack and the Rhetoric of Terrorism" Matthew B. Morris, Univ of Texas, Austin
"28. The Horror at Fort Hood: Disseminating American Exceptionalism" Piotr Szpunar, University of Pennsylvania
"29. The Persistence of Ethos: A Short Reflection on the Limits of Scientific Expertise" Thomas M. Lessl, University
of Georgia
"30. The Public and the Technical: Cancer Discourse in Scientific Communications" Hugo Arellano Santoyo,
University of Washington
"31. Why Praxis makes 'Perfect': Objective Empiricism and the Unreasonable Reign of (Self-deceptive) Reason" Lars
Jørgen Kristiansen, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"32. Freedom by Any Means Necessary: The Street Rhetoric of Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale" Arielle Manoli,
Humboldt State Univ
"33. The Seven Sins of Collective Memory (and Forgetting)" Neta Kligler Vilenchik, Univ of Southern California
"34. They Call Me Wonderful, so I am Wonderful: Social Constructionism in the Song 'Wonderful' in the Musical
'Wicked'" Valerie Lynn Schrader, Penn State Schuylkill
304040
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Grand Ballroom - Third Floor
NCA Job Fair
Sponsor: NCA National Office
9:30 AM
305011
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Light on the Horizon: Environmental and Ethnographic Performances in Conversation
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Michael S. Bowman, Louisiana State University
Respondents: Travis P Brisini, Louisiana State University; Elizabeth A Nelson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
; Deb a Royals, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Light On the Horizon" Deb a Royals, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Seeking, Listening and Being with Voices in the Historical Safety Club Comunity in Southeas Raleigh." Elizabeth A
Nelson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The Oil of Gladness: 'Home and Healing After the BP Oil Spill '" Travis P Brisini, Louisiana State University
305012
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
A Trending Topic: How Public Relations Professors Engage Their Authentic and Transparent “Voice” on
Social Networking Sites
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Kristen Eichhorn, SUNY, Oswego
Presenters:
Amber Hutchins, Trinity University
Tina McCorkindale, Appalachian State University
Bey-Ling Sha, San Diego State University
Natalie Tindall, Georgia State University
305013
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Directing Collaborative Performance: The Practice of Critical Performance Pedagogy
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Jeanine Minge, California State University, Northridge
Respondent: Amy K. Kilgard, San Francisco State University
"Drop: Pedagogical Practice Cultivating Collaborative Community" Jeanine Minge, California State University,
Northridge; Nicole Embree, California State University, Northridge
"Lost & Found: Facilitating the Critical Voice of Collaborative Pedagogy" Justin T. Trudeau, University of North
Texas; Chandler Thompson, University of North Texas
"Non-fiction Zombie as Critical Pedagogy" Danielle McGeough, Louisiana State University; Tracy Stephenson
Shaffer, Louisiana State University
"Raise Your Voice: Directing as Critical Performative Pedagogy" Aubrey A. Huber, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale; Chris McRae, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
305014
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Disability and Performance in Communication
Sponsor: Caucus on Disability Issues
Chair: Mairi Adams, Ohio University
Respondent: James Cherney, Wayne State Univ
"Media Framing of People with Disabilities: Effects on Attitudes of the Non-Disabled" Morgan Ellithorpe, Ohio State
University
"Mickee Faust’s “Disaster(abilities)”: Pain, Humor, and New Meanings" Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
"No Voice, No World: Transformation and the Unimpaired Body in Disney’s 'The Little Mermaid'" Elizabeth L
Scherman, University of Washington
"Seeing Double: A Diplopic Aesthetic in Experience and Performance" Samuel Scott Sloan, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
305022
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Voices of Katrina: Laughing, Crying, Surviving
Sponsors: Emeritus/Retired Members Section, Theatre Division
Chair: Sharon Ammen, St. Mary of the Woods College
Presenters:
Kenneth E. Andersen, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
M. Susan Anthony, DePauw University
Ray R. Benkendorf, Southwestern College
Sherry Bube, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Tyler Hutcheson, St. Mary of the Woods College
Joan E. Leininger, Oakland Community College
Sara Nalley, Columbia College
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
305023
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Speech, Silence, and Citizenship in the Cold War
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Kaitlyn G. Patia, Univ of Minnesota
Respondent: Timothy J. Barney, University of Richmond
"Nuclear Fear, Kairos and the Role of the Writer's Voice in Faulkner's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech" Mark LaVoie,
Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"A Lone Voice: The Politics of Plain Speech in Margaret Chase Smith’s Declaration of Conscience Address" Rachel A.
Johnson, Penn State University
"A Right to Speak on the Subject: Margaret Chase Smith and a Voice Against McCarthyism" Nicole Barnes, Georgia
State University
"Moving Pictures, Moving People: The Non-fiction Film as a Resource for Negotiating Cold War Citizenship" Nathan
S. Atkinson, Georgia State University
305024
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Conversation Analytic Explorations of Talk
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Kathleen C. Haspel, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"(Re)Formulating Time and Place: An Interactional Resource for the Task at Hand" Celia Kitzinger, University of
York (UK); Rebecca Barnes, University of Plymouth; Gillian Busch, Central Queensland University; Carly Butler,
Loughborough University; Ariel Vasquez Carranza, Essex University; Sonja Ellis, Sheffield Hallam University; Rowena
Viney, Loughborough University; Sue Wilkinson, Loughboro University; Joerg Zinken, University of Portsmouth; Gene
Lerner, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Heidi A.K. Kevoe-Feldman, Northeastern University; Alexa Hepburn,
Loughborough Univ
"Why Do They Cheer, Laugh and Applaud? A Case Study of Audience Response in Ethnic Stand-Up Comedy" Ingrid
H Norrmann-Vigil, UCLA
"Addressing an Order: Next-speaker Selection Practice in an Ordering Sushi Sequence in Japanese" Satomi
Kuroshima, National Institute for Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
"Balancing the Constraints of the Interaction Order and the Institutional Order in the Process of Constructing
Mediation Activity" Alena Vasilyeva, Minsk State Linguistic University
"Love Yurts: The Intimacy of Text Messaging" Sally Spalding, Syracuse University
305025
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
BEAT: A Performance Ethnography on Higher Ed Budget Cuts, Collateral Damage, and Resilience
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: James L. Owen, Univ of Nevada, Reno
Respondents: Vincent Chandler, Univ of San Francisco; Lisa R. Gates, San Diego Christian College
305028
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Our Voices are Changing: Deconstructing Messages in the College Classroom
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Julie C. Copp, St. Louis Community College
Presenters:
Julie C. Copp, St. Louis Community College
Ellen McCloskey, St. Louis Community College, Florissant Valley
Renee Thomas-Woods, St. Louis Community College, Florissant Valley
305029
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Voices of the Instructor: New Research on Effective Communication Choices, Strategies
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Shannon M. Maki, Towson University
Respondent: Keith D. Weber, West Virginia University
"Instructor Swearing and Student Perceptions of Instructor Competence and Trustworthiness: An Expectancy
Violations Theory Analysis" Danette Ifert Johnson, Ithaca College; Alexandra Bates, Ithaca College
"The Relationship Between Teacher Clarity and Student Learning: A Meta-Analysis" Brian Scott Titsworth, Ohio
University; Joseph Mazer, Clemson University
"The Voice of Humor in Learning" Ann B. Frymier, Miami University; Marian Houser, Texas State Univ, San Marcos
"Using Brief Teaching Cases To Promote Learning And Transfer: A Comparison of Different Approaches" Joseph
Chesebro, College at Brockport, State University of New York; Alex Lyon, College of Brockport, SUNY
305031
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Challenges of Conducting Research on Special Publics in Russia
Sponsor: Eurasian Communication Association of North America
Chair: Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan Univ
Presenters:
Sergei Samoilenko, George Mason Univ
Deborah S. Ballard-Reisch, Wichita State Univ
Svetlana Polyakova, Perm State University
Svetlana Mishlanova, Perm State University
Evelina Frolovich, Perm State University
Elena Gritsenko, Perm State University
Thomas Walz, University of Iowa
Svetlana Zhdanova, Perm State University
Olga Kilchenko, Perm State University
Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan Univ
305051
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Can You Hear Me Now? Identity, Vocality, and Pedagogy in Performance
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Lisa Flanagan, Xavier University
Presenters:
Mark Jaynes, Not Blood, Paint
Reuben Mitchell, Freelance Vocal Coach
Derek Mudd, Louisiana State University
Danielle Sears Vignes, Baton Rouge Comm College
305052
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Voices of a Changing Climate: Crafting Sane Policy in a World of Rising Tempers and Temperatures
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Environmental Communication Division
Chairs: Andrea Feldpausch-Parker, SUNY, ESF; Tarla Rai Peterson, Texas A&M University
Presenters:
Andrea Feldpausch-Parker, SUNY, ESF
Ted Greenhalgh, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Susanna Priest, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Chara Ragland, Texas A&M University
Miriah M. Russo Kelly, Oregon State University
Gregg B. Walker, Oregon State Univ
305053
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Creating Space for the Voice of the Other: An Exploration of Non-Dominant (Subordinate/ Minority)
Christian Perspectives in Contemporary Society
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Omotayo Banjo, University of Cincinnati
Respondent: Omotayo Banjo, University of Cincinnati
"Competing Non-Dominant Black Voices: Discrepant Experiences of African American and Rwandan Students in a
Christian ‘Majority’ Institution" Jeanetta D. Sims, Univ of Central Oklahoma
"Pedagogy of the Oppressed: Teaching Non-Dominate Voices of Theologians of Color in the Academy" Algernon A.
Williams, Reading Area School District
"Toward a More Peaceful Existence: Religion & Culture in the 21st Century College Classroom" Deandre J. Poole,
Florida Atlantic Univ
"What About Me? Evangelical Christian College Student Responses Surrounding Sexual Value Systems" Kesha
Morant Williams, Penn State, Berks
305054
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Voicing and Negotiating Relational Challenges on Facebook
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Pamela Lannutti, Boston College
"Aggressive Communication on Facebook" Melanie K. Laliker, Bridgewater College
"Challenges Managing Facebook’s Relationship Status Indicator" Fran C. Dickson, Chapman University; Travis Cross,
University of Arizona
"Emotional and Cognitive Responses to Being Defriended on Facebook: An Exploratory Study" Jennifer Bevan,
Chapman University; Jeanette Pfyl, Chapman University; Michelle Kermani, Chapman University; William Miller,
Chapman University; Brett Barclay, Chapman University; James Fearns, Chapman University; Shea Ledbetter,
Chapman Univesity
"Facebook Disclosure: Collisions of Health Information Ownership" Ashley P Duggan, Boston College; Sandra
Petronio, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
"Facing Death on Facebook: The Role of Social Networking in the Experience of Death and Grief" Kelly Rossetto,
Boston College; Pamela Lannutti, Boston College; Elena Strauman, College of Charleston
"Social Support and Social Silence in Cyberspace: The Benefits and Challenges of Seeking Social Support via
Narrative Construction in Online Social Networks" Jessica Moore, North Carolina State University
305060
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Alternative Approaches in the Basic Course
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Steven D. Cohen, University of Maryland
Respondent: Kristine S. Bruss, University of Kansas
"An Alternate Design for the Basic Course Speaks for Itself" Susan M. Wildermuth, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater;
Edward Frederick, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater; Tammy S. French, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
"Giving Students a Voice in the Evaluation Process: Peer Feedback in the Basic Course" Mary McInturff, University
of Nevada, Las Vegas
"Graphics as 'Voice': A Fully Graphic Way to Understand Public Speaking" Anne Holmquest, Northern State
University
"Introduction to Communication Studies: A Constitutive Approach" Thomas J. Yannuzzi, Penn State University,
Brandywine
305061
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
The Many Voices of Conflict Resolution: New Insights into Complex Language Choices
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Erik Green, Concordia University Texas
Respondent: Linda L. Putnam, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Disputant Storytelling in Community Mediation" Brian L. Heisterkamp, California State Univ, San Bernardino
"Giving Resilience a Voice: Evaluation of Language Used to Describe Resilient Communication" Gary A. Beck, Old
Dominion University
"Identifying Turning Points that Lead to Conflict Transformation in Mediation" Jessica K. Jameson, North Carolina
State University; Jenette Hodge, North Carolina State University; Donna Sohan, North Carolina State University
"Indirectness in Interpersonal Conflict Scenarios: Differences in Ironic Message Endorsement Across Topics" Joshua
Averbeck, Marshall University; Emily Nicholls, University of Oklahoma
"Narratives of Restoration in Mediation: A New Lens for Understanding Conflict Communication" Emily Richardson,
University of Texas at Austin; Madeline M. Maxwell, Univ of Texas, Austin; Andrew C. Tollison, Univ of Texas, Austin;
Erik Green, Concordia University Texas
305062
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Top Student Papers in Group Communication
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Torsten Reimer, Purdue University
Respondent: Dawna I. Ballard, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Killing Together Isn’t Just More Fun: An Exploration of Moderators on the Relationship between Group Play and
State Hostility" J.J. De Simone, University of Wisconsin, Madison
"Last One Picked in Gym: Reclaiming Narrative Voice in Gifted Children's Stories of Ostracism" Katie Margavio
Striley, Ohio University
"Problems of Purpose in University Governance Meetings: Conflicting Ideals and the Role of Stakeholder
Voices" Jessica M. Fridy, University of Colorado, Boulder
"The Influence of Motives for Selecting a Favorite Team on Sport Team Identification and Fan
Behavior" Christopher C. Gearhart, Louisiana State University; Shawn Keaton, Louisiana State University
305070
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Feminist Generations and Finding a Voice: Exploring Different Generations of Feminisms’ Voices
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: D. Lynn O'Brien Hallstein, Boston University
Presenters:
Julia T. Wood, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Bonnie J. Dow, Vanderbilt University
Natalie N Fixmer-Oraiz, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Cindy Koenig Richards, Willamette University
D. Lynn O'Brien Hallstein, Boston University
Respondent: Catherine E. Waggoner, Wittenberg University
305071
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Voicing Community: Confronting Race and Sexual Orientation in Communication Studies
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Chair: Robert Gutierrez, San Jose State University
Presenters:
Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
Robert Gutierrez, San Jose State University
Sheena Cheri Howard, Rider University
Rahul Mitra, Purdue University
Carlos A Tarin, University of Utah
Respondent: Brenda J. Allen, University of Colorado, Denver
305072
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Black Women, Tenure, and the Politics of “Talking Back”
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Rachel A. Griffin, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Respondent: Tina M. Harris, Univ of Georgia
"'Nope': Learning to Say No…And Mean It" Marnel Niles, California State University, Fresno
"'Talking Back' to the Political Risk of Making White Women Cry" Rachel A. Griffin, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
"'Talking Back': The Danger of Remaining Silent; The Risks of Speaking Up in Black and White" Shauntae Brown
White, North Carolina Central Univ
"'What Have You Done for me Lately?' BFF’s, Talking Back and Creating Identity in the Tenure Process at a
Predominately White Institution" Sharnine Herbert, Shippensburg University
305073
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Feminist Voices Informing Masculine Lives
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Cindy L. Griffin, Colorado State University
Presenters:
Jared Bendel, Colorado State University
Darrie Burrage, Colorado State University
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Jeremy Grossman, University of Georgia
Gregory Sean Hummel, Bloomsburg University
Alexis Pulos, Univ of New Mexico
Derek R. Sweet, Luther College
305093
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Multiple Voices Defining Self and Bridging Identity Through Research
Sponsors: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Dexin Tian, Savannah College of Art and Design
Respondent: Dexin Tian, Savannah College of Art and Design
"'We Chinese are not racist people, but…': Anti-black racial sentiments and discourse in contemporary Chinese social
space" Qi Tang, Tennessee State Univ; Jincao Yu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
"Building Bridges between the East and West: A critical examination of the major cultural differences between Asian
students and their American counterparts and the strategies to dealing with the differences in US classrooms" ChinChung Chao, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
"Identity development & communication strategies: How students of color survive and thrive in pre-dominant White
Division III private higher education institutions" Hsiu-Jung Mindy Chang, Western New England College
"Motherhood: A process of becoming better selves for Chinese mother bloggers" Yahui Zhang, Wayland Baptist
Univ
"To be a 'sea turtle' or not to be: Analysis of a Chinese immigrant online forum on possibilities to return" Janice Hua
Xu, Cabrini College
305095
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
New Voices in the Church: How Marginalized Groups Join the Discussion
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Eilene Wollslager, St. Mary's University
"Unwelcome Voices and Unwelcome Questions: The Pattern of Silencing Discussions that Challenge Conventional
Theology within the Evangelical Tradition" Jessica Ptomey, Kaplan Univ
"Giving Voice to Marginalized Individuals: How One Woman with Disabilities Found Her Voice In Church
Settings" Laura F. Sherwood, Oral Roberts University
"Women’s Voices in the Pulpit: A Qualitative Exploration of Women’s Journey from Pew to Pulpit" Eilene Wollslager,
St. Mary's University
305101
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Emerging Scholars in Critical and Cultural Studies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Respondent: Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Coming out of Closets, Coming out of Shadows: The Risky Rhetoric of Appropriation" Karma R. Chávez, Univ of
Wisconsin, Madison
"Durable Participants: A Generational Approach to Reality TV’s 'Ordinary' Labor Pool" Hugh Curnutt, Montclair State
Univ
"Reading the Danish Cartoons Affair against the Grain: Re-ontologizing the Social" Ferruh Yilmaz, Tulane University
"Thug Life: Outlaw Emotion and the Meaning(s) of Tupac Shakur" Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University
305103
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Crossing, Maintaining, and Living Borders: Cultural Discourses from Immigration to Transnational
Labor
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Susana Martinez Guillem, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Respondent: Kelly Happe, University of Georgia
"Border Patrols: The Creation and Maintenance of the Israeli People through Film and Television" Joshua L Beaty,
Univ of Pittsburgh
"Humanitarian Discourse Legitimating Migration Control: FRONTEX Public Communication" Karina Horsti, New York
University
"Moving On Up: Examining the Construction of Chinese Social Reality through Transnational Corporations' Relocation
Practices" Nan Li, California State Univ, Chico; Michele H. Jackson, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Rethinking Resistance: Space and Culture in Transnational Alliances" Alexa Dare, Gonzaga University
305104
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Facebook, Social Networking and Online Media Consumption
Sponsors: Human Communication and Technology Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Thomas Ksiazek, Villanova University
Respondent: John McArthur, Queens University, Charlotte
"From Loving the Hero to Despising the Villain: Sports Fans, Facebook, and Social Identity Threats" James
Sanderson, Arizona State University
"'Tell Me What Company thou Keepst, and I'll Tell Thee What Thou Art' - Homophilious Relationships on
Facebook" Mia Fischer, University of Minnesota; Amanda Ruth-McSwain, College of Charleston
"Facebook, Blogs, and Fake News: Teens Seek News with Attitude" Regina Marchi, Rutgers Institution
"Talking about the YouTube Indians: Images of Native Americans and Viewer Comments on a Viral Video
Site" Maria A. Kopacz, West Chester University; Bessie L. Lawton, West Chester Univ
"Is Public the New Private? A First Look at Media Multitasking and Online Video" Lara Zwarun, Univ of Missouri, St
Louis; Alice E. Hall, Univ of Missouri, St Louis
305106
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Institutions as Resources for Voice in and of Organizing
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Mattea A. Garcia, Indiana State University
Respondent: Charles Conrad, Texas A&M University
"(Re)constituting Profession: The Role of Communication in Sustaining Institutions" Mattea A. Garcia, Indiana State
University
"Ambiguity in Institutional Messages" Elizabeth Carlson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; John Lammers,
University of Illinois
"An Analysis of the Institutional Messages of Susan G. Komen for the Cure" Amy S. O'Connor, North Dakota State
Univ
"Emergency Planning as Organizational Uncertainty Management: An Institutional Perspective" Joshua Barbour,
Texas A&M Univ; Jacquelyn N. Chinn, Texas A&M Univ
305108
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Social Media and Revolution in the Muslim World
Sponsors: International and Intercultural Communication Division, Political Communication Division
Chair: Kellie D. Hay, Oakland University
Presenters:
Ece Algan, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Marne Austin, Bowling Green State Univ
Nahed Eltantawy, High Point University
Kellie D. Hay, Oakland University
Amal Ibrahim, University of Sharjah
Sahar Khamis, University of Maryland
Ammina Kothari, Indiana University
Valerie J. Smith, California State University, East Bay
Julie Wiest, High Point University
305112
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Generating Gender: Emergent Implications of Gender and Sexuality in the Communication Discipline
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Nicole Cox, Florida State University
Respondent: Kathryn Hobson, University of Denver
"Imagine DS: Fulfilling the Patriarchal Dream" Caitlin Ryder, Purdue University, Calumet; Genae Barron, Purdue
Univ, Calumet; Kimberly Lindsey, Purdue University, Calumet
"Muscle, Pride, and 'a Lie': A 'Suprem' Homo-Machoism" Zheng Zhu, Washington State Univ
"Playing the Field: A Post-structural Critique of Gender by Analyzing the Depiction of Female Athletes on the Cover
of Magazines" Kate Harman, Towson University
"Voices of Life on the 'Down Low': Sexual Identity Development among African American Men" Kevin Lessard,
Villanova University
"Women Fight Monsters; Men Fight Societal Norms: The Gender Implications of Weight-loss Rhetoric in Weight
Watchers’ Momentum Campaign" Jessica Solverud, Colorado State University
305113
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Communicating about Risky Health Behaviors among Adolescents & Young Adults
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer A. Kam, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Friends Don’t Let Friends Hook Up Drunk Unless… Examining Gender and Intoxication Influences on College
Students’ Interpersonal Protective Behaviors" Lisa M Menegatos, Arizona State University; Matthew Savage, Arizona
State University; Anthony J. Roberto, Arizona State Univ
"Members, Isolates, and Liaisons: Meta-Analysis of Adolescents’ Network Positions and Their Smoking
Behavior" HyeJeong Choi, Penn State Univ; Rachel Smith, Penn State University
"'Above the Influence:' How College Students Communicate about the Healthy Deviance of Alcohol
Abstinence" Lynsey Kluever Romo, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Smoker Identity: Theory-based Suggestions for Anti-smoking Interventions Targeting College Students" Hayeon
Song, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Jihyun Kim, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Amy May, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
"Arguments about Sex Education: A Case Study in Intertextual Controversy" Melissa Carrion, Purdue University;
Robin E. Jensen, University of Utah
305114
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
The Voice of Memory in Rhetorical Studies: Place, Politics, and Media
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Mark Glantz, Coker College
"'In Memoriam' Comic Strip Framing of a New Vietnam" Amy N Jung, Arizona State University
"America, Rhetorically, in Ruins" Thomas Patin, Northern Arizona University
"Post-Obama Racism: Reading WWII's Holocaust as America's Racial Archetype" Kim Nguyen, Oregon State
University
"The Virtual Mourner: Affective Responses to Memory-Of.com" Chloe Hansen, University of Pittsburgh
305115
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Magazines, Advertising and Societal Perceptions of Beauty
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Susan Tomasovic, George Mason Univ
Respondent: Rebekah Watson, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"Effects of Magazine Consumption on Body Perceptions and Weight Loss Motives" Ashley M. Anderson, University of
Louisville; Steve H. Sohn, University of Louisville
"The Lies We Buy: Defining Health at Women’s Expense" Lindsay Kite, University of Utah
"Topic Agendas of Women’s Lifestyle Magazines: A Content Analysis of Transnational Magazines" Barbara Myslik,
University of California, Davis; Elise Armitage, University of California, Davis; Raj Dhanda, Univeristy of California,
Davis; Catherine Huh, University of California, Davis; Young Ju Kim, University of California, Davis; Anupreet Sidhu,
Univeristy of California, Davis; Laramie D. Taylor, Univ of California, Davis; Yehreen Ha, University of California, Davis
"Advertising, Alchemy, and Armani: The 'One Cream for a Lifetime' Campaign" Debra Merskin, University of Oregon
"Perceived Reality of Magazine Images of Women: A New Scale " Valerie E Kretz, University of Wisconsin, Madison
305121
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
American Studies Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Presenters:
Justin Davis, New York City College of Technology
Denise Oles-Acevedo, Iowa State University
David Worthington, DePauw University
Joan Faber McAlister, Drake University
Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
305122
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Kenneth Burke, Rhetorical Tropes, and Identification in Interdisciplinary Contexts
Sponsor: Kenneth Burke Society
Chair: Kathleen M. German, Miami University
Respondent: Kathleen M. German, Miami University
"'Time to Set Aside Childish Things': Conceptualizing Maturity, Rhetorically" John B. Hatch, Eastern University
"Do Ghosts Have Voices? Making Room for Presidential Speechwriters in Identification" Ashlyn Gentry, University of
Texas, Austin
"The Use of Classic Tropes in the 'Move Your Money' Campaign: Mr. Bailey is Deployed to Washington" Shannon
Scott, Seattle Pacific University
"Voicing Burke's Inner Adorno: Synecdoche and the Negative Dialectic of Difference" Robert J. Green, Purdue
University
"X is the Y of the Z: Connecting Burke's Master Tropes through Cross-field Comparisons" Andrew Ishak, Univ of
Texas, Austin
305123
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Voice Lessons in American Democracy
Sponsor: Commission on American Parliamentary Practice
Chair: James Gaut Ragsdale, Northern Kentucky University
Presenters:
Don M. Boileau, George Mason Univ
Barry Poyner, Truman State University
James Gaut Ragsdale, Northern Kentucky University
Paul Scovell, Salisbury University
Donald A. Fishman, Boston College
Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
John Ray, University of Montana / Montana Tech
Roberta Ray, Montana Tech
305125
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
The Avatar as the Self
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Zachary J. McDowell, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Character Attachment: When You Are Your Avatar" Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University
"Gaming a Good Talk: Gameplay and Narrative Purposes of Video Game Dialog" Jason Tocci, Pine Manor College
"Interactive Revelation: The Journey Through Post-Apocalyptic Roleplaying Games" Zachary J. McDowell, Univ of
Massachusetts, Amherst
"When it Matters: Interactivity and Minority Representation in Video Games" Adrienne Shaw, University of
Pittsburgh
305127
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Training Patients to Have a Voice in Medical Consultations
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Lynne M. Webb, Univ of Arkansas, Fayetteville
"Enhancing the Patient’s Voice through Medical Communication Workshops in Clinic Waiting Rooms" Christa Arnold,
University of North Florida; Justin Coran, University of Florida
"Finding our Voice in the Deaf Community: Strategies for Improved Health Communication" Valarie Williams,
Southern Illinois University
"Providing a Voice to African American Asthma Patients via Cultural Competency Training" Min Liu, Southern Illinois
Univ, Edwardsville; Rhonda Comrie, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville; Radhika Devraj, Southern Illinois
University, Edwardsville; Terri Poirier, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
"Situating American Indian and Alaska Native Voices at the Center of Physician-Patient Consultations" Terry
Rentner, Bowling Green State Univ; Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State University; Lara M. Lengel, Bowling Green
State Univ
"Training Postpartum Depressed Women to Have a Voice about their Symptoms: Patient Training Interventions for
Postpartum Women" LaKesha Anderson, Indiana State University
"Voices in Healthcare: The Family" Jim E. Towns, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
305128
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Trying to Make Sense of War and Death
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Dan Schill, Southern Methodist University
Respondent: Elizabeth Richard, St. Louis University
"Going to Dover: Casualty Shyness and the Framing of Fallen Soldiers Returning Home from Iraq and
Afghanistan" Stephen Heidt, Georgia State University
"Restoring the 'Margin of Safety': Ronald Reagan’s National Security Rhetoric in the 1980 Presidential
Campaign" Sara A. Mehltretter Drury, Wabash College
"Speaking for the Dead: The Rhetorical Construction of the Pat Tillman Death Narrative" Jessy J. Ohl, University of
Nebraska, Lincoln
305129
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Voice and Voiceless Voice: The Taoist Perspective of Spiritual Communication
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Brecken Chinn Swartz, Curry College
Respondent: John L. Hochheimer, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Comparisons of the Voices of Martyrdom of Ancient and Modern Prophets through the Ears of Chi Theory: An
Interface between Spirit and Chi" Jensen Chung, San Francisco State Univ
"Giving Voice to Silence in the Chinese Spiritual Concept of 'Wu Wei'" Paul R. Grosswiler, Univ of Maine
"The Construction of the Dao as the Divine Being in Daode Jing" Xiaosui Xiao, Hong Kong Baptist Univ
"Zhong (Centrality): The Heart of Chinese Chi Discourse" Guo-Ming Chen, Univ of Rhode Island
305130
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Association of Communication Administration Business Meeting
Sponsor: Association for Communication Administration
Presenters:
William D. Harpine, Univ of South Carolina, Aiken
Don W. Stacks, University of Miami
Melissa M. Chastain, Spalding University
Alena Amato Ruggerio, Southern Oregon University
Christopher Lynch, Kean University
305131
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Managing Uncertainty
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Andrea M. Pampaloni, La Salle University
Respondent: Michael W. Kramer, University of Oklahoma
"Communication, Uncertainty, and Volunteer Membership" Michael W. Kramer, University of Oklahoma; Rebecca J.
Meisenbach, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Glenn Hansen, University of Oklahoma
"Experiencing and Managing Job Uncertainty" Patricia Sias, University of Arizona; Todd M. Norton, Washington
State Univ; Shafer Brown, Washington State University; Kate Hardy, Washington State University; Irina Kopaneva,
Washington State Univ; Eli Typhina, Washington State University; Ritch Woffinden, Washinton State University; Zheng
Zhu, Washington State Univ
"Religiosity and Uncertainty Reduction Theory during Vocational Anticipatory Socialization" Greg G. Armfield, New
Mexico State Univ
"The Flip Side of Organizational Encounter: Developing and Testing a Model of Veteran Employee Uncertainty and
Information Seeking about New Employees" Erin Gallagher, Oregon State Univ
305132
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Multiple Rhetorics, Multiple Voices: Showcasing Master's Student Research From Comic Frames to
Public Memory
Sponsor: Master's Education Section
Chair: Barbara Baker, University of Central Missouri
Respondent: Daniel Cronn-Mills, Minnesota State University, Mankato
"Disassociated Ideas: Examining the Rhetoric of a Marginalized Voice- Elizabeth Cady Stanton" Brandi Murphy,
Monmouth University
"Storying Stasis: Teaching Forensic Stasis Using the Trail of Dmitri Karamazov" Addison Shockley, University of
Central Missouri
"Memorial to Memory: Erecting Public Memory at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial" Nicholas Goda,
Univ of Northern Colorado
305135
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Ellendale Boardroom
Latina/o Studies and La Raza Caucus Executive Meeting
Sponsors: La Raza Caucus, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Presenters:
Josue David Cisneros, Northeastern University
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Matthew Brigham, James Madison University
George Pacheco Jr., Angelo State Univ
Yarma Velázquez Vargas, California State Univ, Northridge
305141
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Family Transitions and Turning Points: Managing Change in the Family
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Jill Tyler, University of South Dakota
Respondent: Tara McManus, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
"Applying the Relational Turbulence Model to the Empty-Nest Transition: Sources of Relationship Change, Relational
Uncertainty, and Interference from Partners" Mary Elizabeth Nagy, Rutgers University; Jennifer A. Theiss, Rutgers
University
"Giving Voice to Siblings: Relational Turning Points in Full, Step, and Half Sibling Relationships" Elizabeth A. Craig,
North Carolina State University; Nicole A. Ploeger, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Amy Janan Johnson, University
of Oklahoma
"The Transition to Extended Family: Examining Relational Uncertainty in the Parent- Adult Child Dyad" Sylvia L.
Mikucki-Enyart, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Christine E. Rittenour, West Virginia University
"Turning Points in Development of 'Family' in Stepfamilies" Falon F. Kartch, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
305142
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Creating Meaningful and Pragmatic Experiences Through Service Learning in Sigma Chi Eta
Sponsor: Sigma Chi Eta
Presenters:
Puvana Ganesan-Chiu, Mesa Community College
Paul R. Raptis, Gainesville State College
305143
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Top Four Papers in Interpersonal Communication
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
Respondent: Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Understanding the Routine Expression of Deceptive Affection in Romantic Relationships" Sean M Horan, DePaul
University; Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University
"Secret Keepers as Information Providers: A Test of the Theory of Motivated Information Management" Adam
Richards, University of Maryland
"Jealousy about Partners' Friendships: An Interference Framework" Timothy Ryan Worley, University of Georgia;
Jennifer Samp, University of Georgia
"Rumination, Conflict Intensity, and Perceived Resolvability as Predictors of the Motivation to Sustain and Likelihood
of Continuing Serial Arguments" Kristen Carr, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Paul Schrodt, Texas Christian University;
Andrew M. Ledbetter, Texas Christian University
305144
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
CRAFT (Coaching, Running, and Administering Forensic Tips)
Sponsor: Phi Rho Pi
Chair: Jeff Przybylo, Harper College
"Character Development through Improvisation" Audrey Cunningham, University of Indianapolis; Adam Henze,
University of Indianapolis
"Character Speed Dating" Kristofer B. Kracht, Gustavus Adolphus College
"Creating Strong Voices: Team Harmonies" Janis K. Crawford, Butler University
"From Persuader to Advocate: Using Your Voice Outside of the Persuasive Round" Karen R. Morris, University of
Wisconsin, Eau Claire
"Giving Voice to Debaters: Facebook and Skype Debates" Tomeka Robinson, Marietta College
"Giving Voice to Persuasion: Discovering the Underlying Emotion of Persuasive Speeches" Margaret Bilos, Harper
College
"Mount 5 Visual Aids in 20 minutes" Todd Holm, Miami University
"My Piece As a Play List" Kristofer B. Kracht, Gustavus Adolphus College
"Pass The 'Pop'" Kristofer B. Kracht, Gustavus Adolphus College
"The Difference is in the 'Voice:' A Look at the 'Dramatic' Difference Between DI and Prose" Paul Cummins,
Southeastern Illinois College; Tyler Billman, Southeastern Illinois College
"Using Your Voice in a Conversational Way: Exploring Exercises to Enhance a Natural Delivery Style" Kittie Grace,
Hastings College
"Voicing Comedy: Teaching Students Suitable Humor in Forensics and Public Speaking (A How To Do Humor in
Speech-To-Entertain/After-Dinner-Speaking)" Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
305151
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Rhetorical Voice: Heidegger and His Rector Speech
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: David A. Frank, University of Oregon
"Heidegger's Rhetorical and Moral Incompetence in His Rector Address" Michael J. Hyde, Wake Forest University
"Rhetoric as Situated Discourse: Heidegger’s Rectorate Address" Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
"The Linguistic Erasure of Phenomenology: Reading the Husserl-Heidegger Break via the Rhetoric of Heidegger’s
Rectory Address" Erik Garrett, Duquesne University
"The Responsibilities of the Rhetorical Scholar: Enthymemes of National Socialism and Anti-Semitism in Heidegger’s
Rector’s Speech" David A. Frank, University of Oregon
305152
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
The Promise and Politics of Engaged Scholarship
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, NCA Research Board
Chairs: Lynn M. Harter, Ohio University; David R. Novak, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Presenters:
Renee Houston, Univ of Puget Sound
Mark A. Leeman, Northern Kentucky University
Marianne LeGreco, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Marlynn May, St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities
Maggie Quinlan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Heather Zoller, Univ of Cincinnati
Respondents: Barbara F. Sharf, Texas A&M Univ; Laura L. Ellingson, Santa Clara University
305153
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Secular Politics, Christian Appeals, and Government Initiatives: Exploring American Poverty Discourses
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Karen Lee, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Respondent: Kathleen Edelmayer, Madonna University
"The Duty of a Christian Nation: The Irish Famine and the U.S. Congress" James Farrell, University of New
Hampshire
"'For I was Hungry and You Gave Me Food': The Post-Denominational Christian Rhetoric of Jim Wallis and The
Poverty Forum" Brant Short, Northern Arizona Univ; Dayle Hardy-Short, Northern Arizona University
"New Testament Parables, Conservative Poverty Discourses, and the Case Against Government Activism" Ronald E.
Lee, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Robert Patterson, University of Virginia
305154
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Voices from Communication Departments: Institutionalized Service-learning Programs—Approaches,
Practices and Techniques
Sponsor: Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Toni S. Whitfield, James Madison Univ
Presenters:
Timothy C. Ball, James Madison Univ
Carol J. Bruess, University of St. Thomas
Kimberly J. Chandler, Xavier University
Kirsten Isgro, SUNY
Kara Laskowski, Shippensburg University
Colleen Lemza, SUNY, Plattsburgh
Kevin O. Sauter, University of St. Thomas
Jonathan R Slater, SUNY, Plattsburgh
Deborah J. Wooldridge, Coe College
305156
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Advanced Studies in the History of Rhetorical Theory
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Scott R. Stroud, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Logos, Enthymeme and Rhetoric: The Coherence of Boethius’ De Topicis Differentiis and The Consolation of
Philosophy" Michael Keith Althouse, Louisiana State University
"Narrative Rationality and Rhetorical Epistemology in Vico's Common Sense Rhetoric" Beth A. Walter, Duquesne
University
"Self-Persuasion and Rhetorical Exercises: Discovering the Voice of Stoic Rhetoric" Scott R. Stroud, Univ of Texas,
Austin
"Tropos as Topos: Synecdoche, Individualism, and Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century" Jason Andrews, Penn
State University
305157
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Digital Voice in the Political World
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Teresa Pierce, Univ of Ontario Institute of Technology
Respondent: Mary M. Meares, University of Alabama
"Digital Voices as a Tool for Revolution in the Middle East and North Africa" Mary M. Meares, University of Alabama
"Hacktivist Voice/s: Anonymous and the Tensions between Individual and Collective Voices Online" Eric Netterlund,
University of North Dakota
"The Right (Wing, that is) Voice: Female CEOs In Search of Political Success" Tracey Quigley Holden, University of
Delaware; Sandra L French, Radford University
"Tracing Social Movements through the Use of Social Media in the 21st Century" Dana Seay, University of Louisville
11:00 AM
308001
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
NCA Student Clubs Business Meeting
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Diana Karol Nagy, University of Florida
Neil A. Patten, Ferris State University
308011
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Voices of Identity: Performing Self and Community in Social Networks, Blogs, and Online Contexts
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Lisa J. Weckerle, Kutztown University
Respondent: Marianne Leonardi, St. Ambrose University
"MaskBook: A Performance of (Re)constructing Identity on Facebook." Lisa J. Weckerle, Kutztown University
"Mommy Blogs: The Performance of Identity, Community, and Online Maternity" Lynne M. Webb, Univ of Arkansas,
Fayetteville; Brittney Lee, University of Arkansas
"Narbs as Collective Historical Narratives" Ananda Mitra, Wake Forest University
"Re-Presenting Fluid Self: A Performance of Sexual Identity in Response to Sherry Turkle's Alone Together" Deryl
Johnson, Kutztown University
308012
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Performance of Resonance (Voice): Sounds and Soundings
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Ronald E. Shields, Bowling Green State Univ
"Hearing Mao, Again" Ronald E. Shields, Bowling Green State Univ
"Resonance in the American Repertoire" Lesa L. Lockford, Bowling Green State Univ
"Resonance, Resistance, and Revolution" Nathan P. Stucky, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Wanting to Hear: Performance's Resonant and Dissonant Seduction" Ronald Pelias, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
308013
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Feminist and Women Studies Division Top Papers
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
"'F**k Stories:' Tales of Sexual Conquest as Discursive Performances of Masculine Ontology" Marissa M Yandall,
University of Denver
"In the Transition from Childhood to Womanhood: Constructing Coming of Age Rituals in Contemporary U.S.
American Culture" Deborah S. Ballard-Reisch, Wichita State Univ; Jackie Silveria-Sater, Mountain View Montessori
School; Alyssa Ballard-Reisch, Andover Central High School
"In through the Side Door: Postracial and Postfeminist Imaginings of Interracial Family on Parenthood" Catherine
Squires, University of Minnesota
"Resident Evil 5 Discourse: An Examination of Embedded Racial and Gender Assumptions in the Gaming
Industry" Samantha Gable, Villanova University
"The Mother Tongue as 'Balk Talk': Resisting Racism in the Age of Obama" Mary E. Triece, University of Akron
"Victoria's Secret: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Self-Subjectification" Lexie Kite, University of Utah
308014
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Public Relations Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Presenters:
Katerina Tsetsura, City University of Hong Kong
Susan Waters, Auburn University
Michael J. Palenchar, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Beth E. Eschenfelder, University of Tampa
Brigitta Brunner, Auburn University
308015
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Voicing Different Perspectives on Intellectual Property: A Roundtable Discussion of the Issues Facing
Today's Faculty
Sponsor: Difficult Dialogues in Communication
Chair: JJ McIntyre, University of Central Arkansas
Presenters:
Nelle Bedner, Univ of Central Arkansas
Suzanne V. L. Berg, Bowling Green State University
Bernard K. Duffy, California Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
Elaine Gale, California State Univ, Sacramento
Rita L. Rahoi-Gilchrest, Winona State Univ
Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
308021
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Giving Voice to Health and Interpersonal Issues and Perspectives
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: John Caughlin, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Daena J. Goldsmith, Lewis & Clark
College; Brian Spitzberg, San Diego State Univ; Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
"01. A Balancing Act: How Parents Negotiate Norms-Related Tension with Their Children" Shuktara S Das, Rutgers
University; Itzhak Yanovitzky, Rutgers University
"02. Adolescent Egocentrism and Tanning Bed Use: Is the Relationship Direct or Mediated?" Smita C Banerjee,
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Kathryn Greene, Rutgers University; Itzhak Yanovitzky, Rutgers University;
Zhanna G. Bagdasarov, Univ of Pennsylvania; Choi Soe Yoon, Rutgers University; Kate Magsamen Conrad, Rutgers
University
"03. All is Fair in Love and Friendship: A Study of Third-Party Interference in Romantic Relationships" Kathren
Sammis, Illinois State University; Rachel Marco, Illinois State University
"04. An Examination of the Differences in the Role Nonverbal Immediacy, Interpersonal Attraction, Communication
Satisfaction, and Self-Disclosure Play in the Development of Traditional versus Speed-Dating Relationships" Alyssa
Maute, Clemson University; Todd Lee Goen, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
"05. An Exploration of College Students’ Efficacy and Risk of Contracting Chlamydia and Gonorrhea" Jessalyn I.
Vallade, West Virginia University; Sara LaBelle, West Virginia University; J. Grant Cupp, West Virginia University;
Megan R. Dillow, West Virginia University
"06. An Investigation of Modern Mate Selection Characteristics: What do People Look for in a Dating
Partner?" Valerie Young, Hanover College; Jessica Miller, Hanover College
"07. And the Prayer of Faith Shall Save the Sick: Media as Portrayer and Creator of Uncertainty in High Profile Faith
Healing Cases" Amorette Hinderaker, North Dakota State University
"08. Applying Self-Determination Theory to College Students’ Physical Activity Behavior: Understanding the
Motivators for Physical (In)Activity" Jennifer Marmo, Arizona State University
"09. Assessment of Techniques Used to Obtain Prevalence Estimates of Sensitive Behaviors" Frank Boster, Michigan
State University; Allison S. Shaw, Michigan State University; Briana DeAngelis, Michigan State University; Brian
Manata, Michigan State University
"10. Community Based Service Learning as Engaged Citizenship: Students’ Reflections on Learning beyond the
Boundaries of the Course" Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State Univ; Jill Gannon, San Diego State Univ
"11. Cynicism towards Advocates of H1N1 Influenza Immunizations and Immunizations in Young Adults" Joaquin
Aguilar, Northwestern University; Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
"12. Defining ‘Expert’ Voices: Giving Testimony in Mental Health Policy Making" Ardis Hanson, University of South
Florida
"13. Dialogism, Situated Learning and Cognitive Apprenticeship in World Language Education" Luci J. Galvan,
California State Univ, Sacramento
"14. Disciplinarity, the Family, and the State: Understanding Purity Balls as Cultural Technologies" Carolina R.F.
Branson, Univ of Minnesota
"15. Disentangling Discussion Partner Characteristics and Their Relationships with Ambivalence" Jay Daniel
Hmielowski, Yale University ; Myiah J Hutchens, Texas Tech Univ
"16. Examining Uses, Reasons, and Differences in Uncertainty and Topic Avoidance in Remarriages and First
Marriages" Sarah E. (Dirks) Wilder, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"18. Exploring the Conflictual Southern Voice: A Multivariate Analysis of Conflict Tactics used by Men in
Louisiana" Michelle Pence, Louisiana State University
"19. Grounded Theory Approach of Relationship Commitment for Expectant Cohabiting Couples" Valerie Young,
Hanover College; Kimberly D. Badt, University of Arizona; Melissa Curran, University of Arizona; Megan E. Sykes,
University of Arizona
"20. In transit: A Collaborative and Performance Autoethnography of Illness Narratives" Elizabeth Spradley, Texas
A&M Univ; Robert Tyler Spradley, Texas A&M Univ
"21. Investigating Race and Vocalic Intensity as Expectancy Violations for Public Arguers" Gina Castle Bell, George
Mason Univ; Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ; Harry Weger, Univ of Central Florida
"22. It’s all about a Name: Dialectical Tensions in Parents’ Baby Naming Processes" Brandi N. Frisby, University of
Kentucky; Carrie D. Kennedy Lightsey, Texas State University; Nicholas T. Iannarino, University of Kentucky
"23. Joy and Pain: Dialectical Tensions Experienced by Ultra-endurance Athletes" Carrie West, University of Denver
"24. Message Convergence and Health Literacy During Food Contamination Crises" Kathryn E. Anthony, University
of Kentucky; Alyssa Grace Millner, King College
"25. Observed Communication Between Oncologists and Patients: A Causal Model of Communication
Competence" Katie LaPlant Turkiewicz, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Maria Venetis, Rutgers University; Jeffrey
Robinson, Portland State University; Mike Allen, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"26. The Relationship between Social Support and Well-Being: An Investigation Using the MIDUS National
Sample" Yixin Chen, SUNY, University at Buffalo
"27. Revealing Family Secrets: Investigating Time, Understanding, Agreement, and Family Solidarity" Jennifer
Lynne Cronin, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"28. The Effects of Informational and Narrative Evidence Messages about Childhood Overweight: Targeting Parents
of Children and Teenagers" Nan Yu, North Dakota State Univ; Elizabeth Crawford, North Dakota State University;
Abby L Gold, North Dakota State University
"29. The Impact of Facebook on Relational Satisfaction: Joint Networks & Joint Activities" Lisa van Raalte,
University of Hawaii, Manoa; Andra Kubulins, University of Hawaii; Aili Peyton, University of Hawaii, Manoa; Meredith
Trockman, University of Hawaii, Manoa
"30. The Influence of Teacher Self-Efficiacy on Student Perception of Teacher Credibility: A Pretest and
Recommendations for Future" Abby Freeman, University of Nebraska, Omaha
"31. The Normalization of Verbal Aggression" Lindsey Susan Aloia, Penn State University
"32. The Role of Physical Touch in Emotion Expression: Sentics" Mike Miller, University of Connecticut; Ross W.
Buck, University of Connecticut
"33. Tracing the Differential Effects of Communication Apprehension and Chronic Stress on Automatic Nonverbal
Processing: Neural Correlates of Visual Attention and Working Memory" Stacie Powers, Ohio State University
"34. Whose Voice Carries the Most Weight? A Critical Examination of Discourses Surrounding the Body Mass
Index" Jenn Anderson, Michigan State University
"35. Young Adults and Diet Product Use: The Interplay among Attitude, Experience, and Intention" Yongick Jeong,
Louisiana State University; Hyunjae Yu, Sogang University; Cydney Palmer, Louisiana State University
308022
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
From Disaster to Order: How Leaders are Communicating to Transform New Orleans
Sponsor: Emeritus/Retired Members Section
Chair: Barbara Lieb, Independent Researcher
Presenters:
Jeremy Cooker, New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Corporation
Fresh Johnson, Evacuteer, City of New Orleans
Allen Square, City of New Orleans, Information Technology and Innovation Department
Mary-Jo Webster, ServeNOLA, Office of Mayor Mitch Landrieu, New Orleans
308023
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
The Voices Of/For Experiential Learning
Sponsor: NCA Educational Policies Board
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Chair: Mary Ann Danielson, Creighton University
Presenters:
Ron Jacobson, Fordham University
Michelle Dunnick, Tales of the Cocktail
Masako Hirsch, Loyola University
Jamey Piland, Trinity Washington University
308024
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Health as a Context and Topic for Talk and Social Interaction
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Evelyn Y. Ho, Univ of San Francisco
"Learning and Instruction in the Operating Room" Alan Zemel, Univ at Albany, SUNY; Timothy Koschmann,
Southern Illinois University
"Some Uses of Metric Shifts in Doctor-patient Discussions of Alcohol and Tobacco Use" Timothy Halkowski, Univ. of
Wisconsin, Stevens Point
"Appraisal, Behavior and Language Pragmatics in Patients with Frontotemporal Dementia" Anna Dina L. Joaquin,
California State University, Northridge
"'People Don’t Want to Call it Your Baby': Stigma and Identity in Miscarriage Narratives" Jennifer Fairchild, Eastern
Kentucky University; Michael I Arrington, University of Kentucky
308025
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Voicing the Digital Humanities: A Brainstorm
Sponsor: NCA Research Board
Chair: Patricia A. Suchy, Louisiana State University
Presenters:
Wendy K Z Anderson, Michigan Technological Univ
Anthony Arrigo, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
M. Bartley Seigel, Michigan Technological University
Jeanette Castillo, Florida State University
Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
Lisa Flanagan, Xavier University
Craig S. Gingrich-Philbrook, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Nathan R Johnson, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Ross Louis, Xavier University of Louisiana
Daniel Makagon, DePaul University
Christopher Plummer, Michigan Technological University
Desiree D. Rowe, Univ of South Carolina, Upstate
David Terry, San Jose State University
Respondents: Marcy Chvasta, California State University, Stanislaus; Michael LeVan, University of South
Florida; Tara McPherson, University of Southern California
308027
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
2012 NCA Convention Planner Meeting II
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Katie Karsnak, National Communication Association
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
Michelle Randall, National Communication Association
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
308028
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Theatre Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Theatre Division
Presenters:
Patricia Friel, University of Cincinnati / Clermont College
John E. Socas, Bronx Community College
James M. Brandon, Hillsdale College
Prairie A. Endres, Tarleton State Univ
John Chase Soliday, University of Miami
308029
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Top Papers in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Irwin Mallin, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
Respondent: Renee Meyers, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"'We Are More Similar than Different': An Assessment of the Impact of Communication Training on Pakistani
Students’ Cultural Mindsets" Derek Wingfield, Independent Researcher
"Learning-Centered Evaluation and Assessment: Framing Evaluation Practices to Promote Deep Learning" Jonathan
P. Rossing, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
"Locative Reading and Locative Writing: Incorporating Location-Aware Technologies in the Classroom" Jordan Frith,
North Carolina State University
"Student Voices: Student Perceptions of Different Approaches to Service-learning." Lori Leonard Britt, James
Madison Univ
308031
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
GLBTQ Communication Studies Business Meeting
Sponsor: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division
Presenters:
Michaela D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport Univ
Theodore Albiniak, Univ of Southern California
Danielle Stern, Christopher Newport Univ
308051
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
The Interaction of Voice and Frame in Mediatized Discourse
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Kate Dunsmore, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
Respondent: Karen Tracy, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Conflicting Voices: Framing What is Known and Unknown in Interviews" Aaron M Dimock, Univ of NebraskaKearney
"Discursive Practices in Framing Voices of Others for the News" Richard Buttny, Syracuse University
"Omission and Frame: Representing Voice through Silence" Kate Dunsmore, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"The Construction Site of News: Heteroglossia and Narrative Lamination in Public Mediated Discourse" Kathleen C.
Haspel, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
308052
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Voice in International Security: On Diplomacy and Propaganda, Convergent Communication in Peace
and Conflict through Operators, Scholars, Public Servants, and Private Sector Practitioners
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chairs: Michael J. Beatty, University of Miami; Steven G. Shenouda, MIT Sloan School of Management
Presenters:
Michael J. Beatty, University of Miami
Beverly Thomas, United States Navy
Tamsen McMahon, Sametz Blackstone Associates
Steven G. Shenouda, MIT Sloan School of Management
Respondents: Douglas E. Jordan, United States Special Operations Command; Karla A. Stevenson, USCENTCOM AFGPAK Center / University of Tampa
308053
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Lost in Translation: The Ethics of Representation in Transnational Research of Marginalized Voices
Sponsors: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Thomas Nakayama, Northeastern University
Respondent: Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Avoiding the Massification of the Other: Responsible Methodology and Commitment in Transnational Feminist
Ethnography" Diem-My Bui, University of Illinois, Chicago
"Representations of Birth Search Economy in Tammy Chu's Resilience" Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, St. Olaf College
"Sotto Voce: The Silencing of Voices in Representations of International Adoption" Mirim Kim, University of South
Florida
"Voices from the Virtual: Korean Birthmothers’ Stories of Separation" Hosu Kim, College of Staten Island
308054
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Voices from the Second Wave
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Public Address Division
Chair: Tiffany Lewis, University of Maryland
"An Ambiguous Extraction: Self-Help, Abortion, & the Second Wave" Tasha N Dubriwny, Texas A&M Univ; Kristan
Poirot, Texas A&M Univ
"Feminism, Race, and the Miss America Pageant: Lessons from 1968" Bonnie J. Dow, Vanderbilt University
"Re-Reading Second Wave Feminism and Motherhood: Challenging the Anti-Motherhood Charge" D. Lynn O'Brien
Hallstein, Boston University
"Talking Back to Ms. Magazine: Articulating Second Wave Feminism through Letters to the Editor" Sara Hayden,
Univ of Montana
308055
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Strategic Planning 2.0: Alumni Relations, Governance and New Programming
Sponsor: Pi Kappa Delta
Chair: Phillip A. Voight, Gustavus Adolphus College
Presenters:
Michael Bartanen, Pacific Lutheran University
Gina L. Jensen, Webster University
Phillip A. Voight, Gustavus Adolphus College
308060
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Communicating Climate Change
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Good, Brock University
Respondent: Steven Schwarze, Univ of Montana
"Climate Change and Human Rights as Rhetorical Appropriation of Risk in Late Modernity" Diana M Winkelman,
University of Southern California
"Communicating the Science behind Carbon Sequestration: A Case Study of U.S. Department of Energy and Regional
Partnership Websites" Andrea Feldpausch-Parker, SUNY, ESF
"Newspaper Coverage of Global Warming and Climate Change (GWCC) as a Public Health Issue" Melinda Weathers,
George Mason Univ
"The Voice of Reason: Bjorn Lomborg and the Cost-Benefit Construction of Climate Change" Michael Svoboda,
George Washington Univ
"Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Global Warming News in Taiwan." ShuChu Li, National Chiao Tung University; Lin-Mei Huang, Shih Hsin University
308061
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Symbolic Interaction and Communication
Sponsor: Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction
Chair: Denise Polk, West Chester Univ
Respondent: Denise Polk, West Chester Univ
"A Symbolic-Interactive Approach to Jury Research" Christopher Vincent Langone, Cornell University
"Doodling and It's Interpretation in Our Life" Afnan Qutub, California State University, King Abdul Aziz University
"Emoticons as Politeness Functions: The Impacts of Non-verbal Cues on Perceived Politeness in Computer Mediated
Communication" Jieun Shin, University of Southern California
308062
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Supportive, Protective, and Effective Communication Strategies to Manage Risk, Conflict and
Opportunities
Sponsor: Japan-U.S. Communication Association
Chair: Steven Goss, California State University, San Bernardino
Respondent: Makoto Saito, Westfield State University
"Sexual Risks of Female Victims of Bullying in Japan: A 2-Study Research from a Supportive-Communication
Perspective * Top Faculty Paper" Masaki Matsunaga, Rikkyo University
"Voicing the Margins: A Defining and Ascribing of the Japanese Identity" Josh Nelson, San Diego State Univ
"Voice of Japanese Hikikomori (Social Withdrawal)" Shoko Hayashi Barnes, Univ of Southern California
"Effects of Goals and Cultural Orientations on Subjective Well-being Among College Students in Japan" Ayano
Yamaguchi, Reitaku University; Min-Sun Kim, University of Hawaii, Manoa
"Perceptions of Argument Qualities in Japan" Shinobu Suzuki, Hokkaido University
308070
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Sharing Expert Advice: Strengthening Our Pedagogical Voice
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: David L. Bodary, Sinclair Community College
Presenters:
Lora A. Cohn, Park University
Kathleen Edelmayer, Madonna University
Staci Mayo, Park University
Michael McDonald, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Heidi McGrew, Sinclair Comm College
Kellie L. Mzik, Georgia Military College
308071
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Junior and Contingent Faculty: Voices of Activism from Windowless Offices
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Adria Battaglia, Angelo State University
Presenters:
Meredith M. Bagley, University of Alabama
Karma R. Chávez, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Amanda Davis Gatchet, Eastern New Mexico University
Kristen Hoerl, Butler University
Matt May, North Carolina State University
Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University
Christopher J Oldenburg, Illinois College
Anna Marjorie Young, Pacific Lutheran University
Respondent: Rosa A. Eberly, Penn State University
308072
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Whose "Voice" is it anyway? Race, Controversy, and Objectivity: Why Interpretive Journalism Does it
Better
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Hazel J. Cole, McNeese State University
Respondent: Chris Campbell, University of Southern Mississippi
"'Privileged' Voice: Hegemonic Representations of Black Male Athletes" Rockell Brown Burton, Texas Southern
University ; Jason Thompson, Brooklyn College, City University of New York
"Discourses of Race and Rage: Mainstream and Black Press Coverage of Sister Souljah’s Dissenting Voice" Sarah
Janel Jackson, Northeastern University
"Telling ‘Our’ Story: The Value of an Interpretive Voice in News Reporting" Donyale Padgett, Wayne State
University; Cheryl Jenkins, University of Southern Mississippi
308073
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
The Anti-Reactionary Reaction: Conservative Voices in Satire
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Dan Schill, Southern Methodist University
Respondent: Dan Schill, Southern Methodist University
"'Is the Pope Catholic and Making the World Safe for Pedophiles?' South Park, Anti-liberalism and Religion" Charles
Howard, Tarleton State University
"Catcher in the Wry: Will Rogers’ Conservative Satire" Michael Milford, Auburn University
"Moderate radicalization: Satire as the voice of reason" John W. Self, Truman State Univ
"Saving Money on Sweaters: Conservative Satire Addresses Contemporary Environmental Issues" Mark Glantz,
Coker College
308082
11:00 AM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
St. Charles - 41st Floor
Southern States Communication Association's Business Meeting
Sponsor: Southern States Communication Association
Presenters:
Daniel Grano, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
J. Emmett Winn, Auburn University
Thomas J. Socha, Old Dominion Univ
Carl Cates, Valdosta State Univ
Monette Callaway, Hinds Community College
James D. Ragsdale, Sam Houston State Univ
John W. Haas, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Kenneth N. Cissna, Univ of South Florida
Michael H. Eaves, Valdosta State Univ
Roseann M. Mandziuk, Texas State University, San Marcos
Jennifer Mize Smith, Western Kentucky Univ
Frances Brandau-Brown, Sam Houston State University
308093
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Voices about “Eastern” and “Western” Parenting Styles: The Latest Controversy
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Family Communication Division
Chair: Bei Cai, Kent State Univ, Canton
Presenters:
Bei Cai, Kent State Univ, Canton
Mei Zhang, Missouri Western State Univ
Zhuojun Joyce Chen, Univ of Northern Iowa
Rita Mei-Ching Ng, Ohio University, Zanesville
Mary Fong, California State University, San Bernardino
Meina Liu, University of Maryland
Xing Lu, DePaul University
Respondent: Minmin Wang, Rider University
308095
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Writing Textbooks in an Evolving Time: Do's, Don'ts, Should's, Shouldn'ts
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Steven D. Cohen, University of Maryland
Presenters:
Melissa Beall, University of Northern Iowa
Monica Eckman, Cengage/Wadsworth Publishing
A. Todd Jones, Bakersfield College
Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University
Rich West, Emerson College
Julia T. Wood, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
308101
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
The Girl and the Franchise
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Sarah Projansky, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"'At least I know how to be a girl!': Postfeminist 'Girlification' on Disney Channel" Morgan Genevieve Blue, University
of Texas, Austin
"'The Force Is with You, Katie': Media Franchising and the Confinement of Girls through Multiplied
Production" Derek Johnson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"From Clothes to New Media: Alloy Inc. and the Colonization of Contemporary Girl Culture" Taylor Nygaard,
University of Southern California
"Gaming the System: How Video Game Critics' Discourse Marginalizes Girls" Kyra Hunting, University of Wisconsin,
Madison
308103
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Voicing Dissent in Contested Spaces: Cultural Studies of War and Conflict from a Global Perspective
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Mark Hayward, American University of Paris
"Imprints of Revolution: Visual Voice and Global Resistance in Havana, Cuba" Lisa Calvente, DePaul University;
Guadalupe Garcia, Tulane University
"Indecorous Dissent: Zazous and Jazz under the Occupation of France, 1940-1944" Kelly Jakes, University of
Wisconsin, Madison
"Mal D’Africa: Voicing and Visualizing War Guilt in Italian Documentary, 1967-1970" Mark Hayward, American
University of Paris
"Space Wars and Atmospheric Militarization: Reterritorialzing Popular Militarism" Joshua J. Smicker, University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill
308104
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Cultivating New Kinds of Mediated Reality: A Fresh Look at Cultivation Theory Research
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Hugh Curnutt, Montclair State Univ
Respondent: Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University
"A Cultivation Analysis of Character Stereotyping in Video Game Description" David Ta-Pryor, University of Missouri;
Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"Examining the 'CSI Effect': The Impact of Television Viewing on Perceptions of Forensic Evidence" Amber L. Ferris,
Kent State University, Stark
"The World According to Snooki: Uniting Uses & Gratifications with Cultivation Research in the Study of Reality TV
Effects" Dannagal E. Goldthwaite Young, University of Delaware; Sarah Esralew, Ohio State University
"Revisiting Gerbner’s Cultivation Analysis: Has Cultivation Research Fulfilled His Vision?" Chan Le Thai, Univ of
California, Santa Barbara
308106
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Gendered Work and Organizing
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Kristen Lucas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Respondent: Kirsten Broadfoot, Colorado State University
"A Phenomenological Study of Working Moms' Transition Back into Paid Work after a Maternity Leave" Amy S.
O'Connor, North Dakota State Univ; Rebecca J. Meisenbach, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"Branding Feminisms for Sustainability in a Competitive Marketplace: Branding as Ideological, Aesthetic, and
Material Labor" Suzy D'Enbeau, University of Kansas; Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
"Millennials in a Gendered Workplace: Implications of Generations on Traditional Gendering of
Organizations" Marlina Davidson, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha; Erica P Heiden, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Kristen
Lucas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Shared Voices of the Liminal Tribe: Indian Women in U.S. Engineering Programs" Debalina Dutta, Purdue
University; Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue University
"What Do You Name Your Car? Theorizing the Intersection of Organizing, Gender, and Technology" Christopher
Dahlie, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
308108
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Using Social Justice To Help Challenged Students Find Their Voice
Sponsor: NFHS Speech, Debate, and Theatre Association
Chair: David A. Wendt, Keokuk High School
Presenters:
Monique Davis, Springfield Community Schools
Elizabeth Hansen, Grinnell High School
Craig Ihnen, Iowa High School Speech Association
308112
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Toys, Ploys, and Media Noise: Perspectives in Mass Media and Political Communication
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: James Ponder, Kent State University
Respondent: Darin J. Gully, University of Missouri
"Cross-Cultural Press Coverage and Framing of Violent Video Games: Comparing Newspaper Coverage in America
and Australia" Christopher R Ortega, State University of NY, University, Buffalo; Michael Egnoto, Univ of Buffalo
"Ideology, Media Diet, and Candidate Preference in the U-Vote Generation" Cathy Rosenholtz, University of
Missouri, Columbia
"Legos are Harmless- Right?" Consuelo Sanchez, California State University, San Bernardino
"Online Agenda-Setting in a Sports Environment: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Michael Vick Controversy" Kenon A.
Brown, University of Alabama
"The Stigma of Mental Illness and the Way of Destigmatization: Beyond the Influence of Traditional Media" Doori
Song, University of Florida; Hyun-Ji Lim, University of Florida; Yoo Jin Chung, University of Florida
308113
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Top Student Papers: Nominees for the Joanna Ploeger Memorial Award
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: Gregory D. Wilson, Iowa State Univ
"Chasing Prevention: HIV, Containment Rhetoric, and Scholarly Intervention" Jennifer A Malkowski, Univ of
Colorado, Boulder
"Chat: On Writing the History of an Interface" William McClain, Univ of Southern California
"Establishing Ethos on Proprietary and Open Source Software Websites" Kevin Brock, North Carolina State
University
"Militarism and Mechatronics: Occultatio and the Veil of Science Fiction Cool in United States Air Force
Advertisements" Nicholas Maradin, University of Pittsburgh
"Repairing the Irreparable: Why it is Difficult to Argue for the Conservation of an Extinct Ecosystem (Pleistocene
Rewilding)" Kayla Wopschall, University of Washington
"Rhetoric, Medicine, and Emerging Scientific Knowledge: Scottish Medical Education in the Late Eighteenth
Century" Kimberly Thomas-Pollei, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
308121
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in American Studies
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Chair: Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
Respondent: Daniel Schowalter, Rowan University
"'The Good Earth and the Still Waters': New Deal Rhetoric in F.D.R.'s Political Speeches and M-G-M's Captains
Courageous" Carl R. Burgchardt, Colorado State University; David Scott Diffrient, Colorado State University
"From Fear to Resolve: The Emmett Till Anecdote as Didactic Crisis" Pamela Royse, Kutztown University
"Performing Guilt and Redemption: The Art of Chris Burden, Ron Athey, and Steven Leyba" Chema Salinas, Arizona
State Univ
"Signs and Wonders: Class Awareness and Nineteenth-Century Freak Show Portraiture" Katherine H Williams,
Indiana University
308122
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Helping Reticent Students Find their Voice: Techniques for Reducing Anxiety and Building Confidence
Sponsor: Communication Apprehension and Competence Division
Chair: Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, University of Wyoming
Presenters:
Karen Kangas Dwyer, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Amber N Finn, Texas Christian University
James Keaten, Univ of Northern Colorado
Lynne Kelly, University of Hartford
Suzy Prentiss, Univ of Tennessee
Chris R Sawyer, Texas Christian University
308123
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Commission on American Parliamentary Practice Business Meeting
Sponsor: Commission on American Parliamentary Practice
Presenters:
Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
Paul Scovell, Salisbury University
Don M. Boileau, George Mason Univ
Donald A. Fishman, Boston College
John Ray, University of Montana / Montana Tech
James Gaut Ragsdale, Northern Kentucky University
308125
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
The Pedagogical Implications of Voices Communicating Forensics
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Scott Harris, University of Kansas
"The 'Carousel Effect' in Individual Events Conference Presentations: Impact on Research and the Discipline" Daniel
Cronn-Mills, Minnesota State University, Mankato; Stephen Croucher, Marist College
"How Attorneys Judge Collegiate Mock Trials" Ruth R. Wagoner, Bellarmine Univ; Adam Molnar, Bellarmine
University
"Hit It and Quit It: Masculine Mono-climactic Structures in Competitive Forensics" C. Austin McDonald II, Louisiana
State University
308127
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Korean American Communication Association Paper Session
Sponsor: Korean American Communication Association
Chairs: Seok Kang, University of Texas, San Antonio; Eun-Ho Yeo, Plymouth State University
Respondent: Eungjun Min, Rhode Island College
"Comforting Messages for Korean Breast Cancer Patients: Recipients’ and Providers’ Perspectives" Hyegyu Lee,
Michigan State University; Hanna Joo, Michigan State University; Hee Sun Park, Michigan State University
"Cultural Participation and Stronger Community Life: Multilevel Analysis of Participation in Community Organizations
and Cultural Events as an Indicator of Strong Community Belonging and Local Storytelling Network" Yujung Nam,
University of Southern California
"Radio Korea as the Community Guard Dog: Frame Analysis of Radio Korea's Emergency Broadcasting During the
1992 Los Angeles Riot" Taehyun Kim, California State University, Northridge
"TV News Coverage of Dementia from 2000 to 2009: The Case of South Korea (Top Paper)" Eun-Gyuhl Bae,
University of Southern California; Hyuhn-Suhck Bae, Yeungnam University
308128
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Media Environments, Orality and Voice: How Media Shape and Transform Culture
Sponsor: Media Ecology Association
Chair: Michael J. Grabowski, Manhattan College
"Defining 'Irishness': The Golden Age of Irish Music on 78 RPM Records" Roxanne M O'Connell, Roger Wiilliams Univ
"Mediated Memorials: Creative Visualities of Undocumented Migration in Europe" Karina Horsti, New York University
"Orality, Print and Voice: How Disparate Communities Gained Symbolic Power from Nineteenth Century IrishAmerican Community Newspapers to Contemporary Punk Zines" Brian A Cogan, Molloy College
"The Voices on the Screen Become the Voices in Our Heads: An Ecological Model of Mediated Narratives" Michael J.
Grabowski, Manhattan College
308129
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Do We Have a Voice? Images and Construction of Asians and Asian Americans in the (New) Media
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Caucus
Chair: Mariko Izumi, Columbus State Univ
Respondent: Philip Wander, Loyola Marymount Univ
"Making Space, Negotiating Identities, Being Seen: Asian American Musicians in the Age of Digital Media and the
Internet" Cynthia Wang, Univ of Southern California
"Where Can I Find an (Asian) American Pop Star? A Reception Analysis of Popular Music Fans" Joe J Phua,
University of Georgia
"Googling 'Asian woman': Decoding Visual Codification and Consumption of Images Online." Seungwha Sophie Lee,
University of Washington
"Revitalization of 'Yellow Prowess': Resistive Discourse of New Chinese Masculinity in Dominant Filmic
Representations" Zheng Zhu, Washington State Univ
308130
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Top papers in Latina/o Studies
Sponsor: Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Nathaniel I. Cordova (In Memoriam), Williamette University
Respondent: Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
"Brown-Skinned Outlaws: An Ideographic Analysis of 'Illegal(s)'" Jennifer E Potter, Towson University
"El Muro de la Verguenza and the Crossing of Borders" Danee Pye, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Queriendo Bailar: A Theoretical Review of Agency and the Undocumented Subject Identity" Gabriela Rodriguez,
California State University, Fresno
308131
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Intra- and Interorganizational Relations
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: William Barley, Northwestern University
Respondent: Peter R. Monge, Univ of Southern California
"A Tale of Two Crises: A Structurational Analysis of Forgotten Stakeholders" Colleen Arendt, Fairfield University
"Creating a Typology of Distributed Organizations Based in Organizational Structure and Technology Use" Peter
Knutson, University of Kansas
"Disaster in the Gulf and Crisis on Land: Poor Stakeholder Management of Transocean Ltd." Chris McArthur, SUNY
College at Brockport
"The Policy Communication Index: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Multi-Dimensional Measure" Heather E.
Canary, University of Utah; Sarah Riforgiate, Arizona State University
"The Structuration of Campus-Community Partnership: How Partnership Participants Structure Their Work" Georgi
Rausch, University of Utah
308132
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Sigma Chi Eta Business Meeting
Sponsor: Sigma Chi Eta
Presenters:
Paul R. Raptis, Gainesville State College
Puvana Ganesan-Chiu, Mesa Community College
308141
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Challenges of Parenting: Sensitive Topics and Risky Experiences
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Charee Mooney, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Allison Thorson, Univ of San Francisco
"Children's Perceptions of Parent-Child Communication about Money" Lynsey Kluever Romo, Univ of Texas, Austin;
Anita L. Vangelisti, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Peers, Predators, and Porn: Predicting Parent Underestimation of Risky Internet Experiences" Sahara Byrne,
Cornell University; Theodore Lee, Cornell University; Sherri Jean Katz, Cornell University; Daniel Linz, Univ of
California, Santa Barbara; Mary McIlrath, C+R Research
"Walking the Tightrope: Parenting Advice in Essence Magazine" Diane Prusank, Westfield State University; Robert L.
Duran, University of Hartford
"Communication between Young Adults and their Parents about Purchasing and Consumption: Concealment, Topic
Avoidance, and Separation during College" Cindy H. White, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
308142
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Phi Rho Pi Business Meeting
Sponsor: Phi Rho Pi
Presenters:
Duane R. Fish, Northwest College
Wade Hescht, Lone Star College, North Harris
Lisa L. Benedetti, Tarrant County College, Northeast
Cynthia Dewar, City College of San Francisco
Jeff Przybylo, Harper College
John Schultz, Purdue University
308143
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Interpersonal Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Presenters:
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
Jennifer Samp, University of Georgia
Mark T. Morman, Baylor University
Jennifer Bevan, Chapman University
Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
308144
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Great Ideas for Teaching Students (G.I.F.T.S) Session II
Sponsor: Great Ideas for Teaching Students (G.I.F.T.S)
Chair: Patricia O'Keefe, College of Marin
"01. A Funny Eulogy? John Cleese’s Eulogy as a Model for Breaking the Constraints of the Rhetorical Situation
" Jennifer Guthrie, University of Kansas
"02. Acknowledging Sources Makes You a Better Speaker" Arata Miyazaki, Wayne State Univ; Noriaki Tajima, Kanda
Univ of International Studies
"03. Breaking the Ice: Conquering Common Anxieties of Public Speaking" Anne M Bialowas, Weber State Univ
"04. Busted Myths, Manly Answers, and Controlling Parents: Ontological, Epistemological, and Axiological Questions
in Contemporary Television" Corey B. Davis, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
"05. Do You Speak School Spirit? Learning About Organizational Culture By Analyzing the University
Bookstore" Heather J. Carmack, Missouri State Univ
"06. Exploring Our Online Voices through Self-Analysis: An Examination of Online Self-Presentation" Erin
Hollenbaugh, Kent State Univ, Canton
"07. Giving Communication a Voice through Wikipedia" Rachel Price, University of Kentucky
"08. Illustrating Tensions Using Stretchy String: Teaching Relational Dialectics in the Interpersonal Communication
Class" Valerie Lynn Schrader, Penn State Schuylkill; Azhanni Muhammad, Ohio University
"09. In their Own Words: Using a Party Game to Recall and Understand Communication Theories" Andrea Terry,
Cuesta College
"10. Leader-Member Exchange Theory in Action: Leading In-Group and Out-Group Members in Organizational
Teams" Julie Apker, Western Michigan Univ
"11. Let's Hear that Story One MoreTime! Helping Students to become More Confident in a Public Speaking Class
through a Simple Story-telling Exercise" Gillian Bennett Bonanno, CUNY BMCC
"12. Preparing Your Shopping Lists and Preparation Outlines: Getting Groceries and Getting the Point!" Asli Gokhan-
Kucuk, Fashion Institute of Technology
"13. Stylish Speech Day" Lorelle Jabs, Seattle Pacific University
"14. The Apartment Hunt: A Small Group Decision Making Activity" Amy S Tully, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"15. The Power of Asking 'Why?' Learning Theoretical Traditions Through Dialogue" Karyl Daughters, College of St
Benedict/St. John's University
"16. The Unplugged Project" Wendy L. Bjorklund, St. Cloud State Univ; Tompkins Paula, St. Cloud State University;
Diana L. Rehling, St. Cloud State Univ; Renee Strom, St. Cloud State Univ
"17. Understanding the Use of 'Voice' in the Rational World and Narrative Paradigms: The Case for Health Care
Reform Using The National Enquirer" Dacia Charlesworth, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
"18. Virtual Voices with Real Life Consequences: Teaching Students about Cyber-Vetting" Lisa K. Hanasono, Purdue
University
"19. Walk about and Talk about: Instant audience analysis Or: 10 for 4 or maybe more" Nancy R. Pearson, Minot
State University
"20. 'What a Tangled Web We Weave' or Not?" Kathleen Beauchene, Community College of Rhode Island
308151
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Our Many “Voices” on Facebook: From Our Classrooms to Our Families (and every relationship in
between)
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Brubaker, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
Presenters:
Mary Beth Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
Adam C. Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
Allison Sanders, Marymount University
308152
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Voices of the 2011 Revolutions: The Impact of Communication Technology in Tunisia, Egypt and
Elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Human Communication and Technology Division, International and Intercultural
Communication Division
Chair: Noemi Marin, Florida Atlantic Univ
Respondent: Jillian C. York , Harvard University
"Analyzing Social Media Information Flow of the Voices of Tunisians and Egyptians in the Revolutions of
2011" Victoria Newsom, California State University, Fullerton; Lara M. Lengel, Bowling Green State Univ
"Before the Revolution: Communication Technology as a ‘Leveller’ on Power Relations" Orayb Najjar, Northern
Illinois University
"Citizen Journalism, Crisis Communication, and Communication Technology" Ramune Braziunaite, Bowling Green
State Univ
"Revolution from the Margins: Cell Phones, Social Media, Satellite News, and the 2011 Tunisian Uprising" Catherine
Cassara, Bowling Green State University
"Voicing Dissent: The Digital Divide and the Gradual Unfolding of Post-WSIS Protest in Tunisia" Priya Kapoor,
Portland State University
308153
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Promoting a Culture of Scholarship and Professional Development in MA Programs: Developing the
Voice of Our Graduate Students
Sponsor: Master's Education Section
Chair: Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Presenters:
Barbara Baker, University of Central Missouri
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
John Hooker, Illinois State University
Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
Joseph Mazer, Clemson University
Leslie A. Rill, Portland State University
308154
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Discovering Voice in the Communication Classroom Through Critical Dialogue
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Christopher Lynch, Kean University
Respondents: Teresa Nance, Villanova University; Jack E. Sargent, Kean University; Anita K. Foeman, West Chester
Univ; Jason Del Gandio, Temple University; Christopher Lynch, Kean University
"Can We Have Critical Dialogue without Critical Listening?" Jack E. Sargent, Kean University
"Can you hear me now? New voices in the intercultural classroom" Anita K. Foeman, West Chester Univ
"Critical Dialogue in the Conflict Classroom: Analysis of Town Hall Meetings" Christopher Lynch, Kean University
"Locating Dialogue and Listening Within Activist-Powerbroker Relations" Jason Del Gandio, Temple University
"Speaking Black to White about Privilege in the Communication Classroom" Teresa Nance, Villanova University
308156
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
The Voice of Continental Philosophy in Rhetorical and Communication Theory
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Daniel Mistich, University of Georgia
"Gilles Deleuze and the Rhetoric of Sense" Matthew B. Morris, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Making Sense (of Judgment)" Michelle R. LaVigne, Univ of San Francisco
"Poststructural Prudence: Rethinking Phronesis Through Derrida" Daniel Mistich, University of Georgia; Ryan
McCullough, West Liberty University
"Voice, Equality, and Controversy: Rethinking Argumentation through the Politics of Jacques Rancière" Robert J.
Green, Purdue University
308157
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Regional Rhetorics: A Panel Discussion on the 2012 Special Issue of Rhetoric Society Quarterly
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Debra Hawhee, Penn State University
Presenters:
Gregory Clark, Brigham Young Univ
Kevin D. Kuswa, California State University, Fresno
Christa J. Olson, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Jenny Rice, University of Kentucky
Dave Tell, University of Kansas
Andrew F. Wood, San Jose State University
308158
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Voices of War: Examining the Rhetorical Functions of Presidential and Protest Rhetoric
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
"Distilled Voices of War: A Visual Criticism of Protester Images and the Representation of Dissent in the 2011 Middle
East Revolutions" Stephanie Wideman, Wayne State Univ
"From Darkness to Light: Establishing a Presidential War/Peace Paradigm" Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida;
Andrya Crossland, University of West Florida
"Nixon's Cambodia and Obama's Afghanistan: Image Restoration and Presidential Differentiation" Samantha
Rodzwicz, University of West Florida
"War Rhetoric and Protest: Challenging Presidential Foreign Policy Doctrines" John Koch, Wayne State Univ
12:30 PM
310011
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Funding 101 Video Premiere: Grant Seeking for Communication Scholars
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chair: Betsy Wackernagel Bach, National Communication Association
Presenters:
Noshir S. Contractor, Northwestern University
Shawn J. Parry-Giles, University of Maryland
Marshall Scott Poole, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Timothy L. Sellnow, University of Kentucky
Amber Story , National Science Foundation
310012
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Teachers on Teaching Session I
Sponsor: Teachers on Teaching Series
Chair: Kristen LeBlanc, Texas State University, San Marcos
Presenters:
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
James A. Aune, Texas A&M Univ
Robert L. Ballard, Pepperdine University
Lora Helvie-Mason, Southern University, New Orleans
Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
310013
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Feminist and Women Studies Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Presenters:
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Yahui Zhang, Wayland Baptist Univ
Alena Amato Ruggerio, Southern Oregon University
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
Jennifer Dunn, Dominican University
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
Helen Tate, Columbia College
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
310014
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Top Papers in Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Katerina Tsetsura, City University of Hong Kong
Respondent: Susan Waters, Auburn University
"BP’s ‘Voices from the Gulf’ and the Stories They Tell: A Case Study of Neo-PR" Chris T Caldiero, Fairleigh Dickinson
Univ; Kathleen C. Haspel, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ
"Race to the Bottom in Corporate Voice: Incivility, Undesirability, and Inevitability" Sarah VanSlette, Southern
Illinois University, Edwardsville; Joshua Boyd, Purdue University
"So What it Happened? Who’s Going to Fix it? Addressing the Impact of Media Frames and Treatment Responsibility
within the Situational Crisis Communication Theory Framework" Alicia Mason, Pittsburg State University; Andrew
Doherty, Pittsburg State University; Rodney Kimlin, Pittsburg State University; Christopher Powers, Pittsburg State
University; Laura Pyle, Pittsburg State University; Holly Roberts, Pittsburg State University; Sarah Valencia, Pittsburg
State University; Justin Young, Pittsburg State University
310015
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Lambda Pi Eta Business Meeting
Sponsor: Lambda Pi Eta
Presenters:
Natasha Horn, Illinois State University
Emily O'Gorman, College of New Jersey
Jacqueline Webb, College of New Jersey
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Caroline S. Parsons, The University of Alabama
Michaela D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport Univ
Deborah L. Whitt, Wayne State College
Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Jason B. Munsell, Columbia College
Jeff Pierson, Bridgewater College
310022
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Weapons and Words: The Debate over Civility Following the Tucson Shootings
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Robert C. Rowland, University of Kansas
Respondent: David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
"'America’s Enduring Strength' and the Debate over the Role of Political Discourse in the Violence in Tucson" Beth
Boser, Univ of Southern California
"At the Limits of Trauma: Barack Obama’s Tucson Memorial Speech, 12 January 2011" David A. Frank, University of
Oregon
"Civility, Democracy, and National Politics" Mary E. Stuckey, Georgia State University; Sean Patrick O'Rourke,
Furman University
"Human Agency and Mental Illness: Conflicting Conservative Arguments in Locating Responsibility for the Tucson
Massacre" Francesca Marie Smith, Univ of Southern California; Thomas A. Hollihan, Univ of Southern California
310023
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Voicing Resistance: Performing Tactics, Rhetoric, and Taboo in Global Context
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Gregory Mitchell, Northwestern University
"'Don’t Sing the Words You Left Behind:' Mobility, Voice and the Erasure of Identity in Musical
Performance." Pavithra Prasad, Northwestern University
"Acting Ign'ant: Negotiating Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Popular Panopticon" Riley Snorton, Northwestern
University
"Competing Voices: Culture War Performances and the Politics of Display" Jennifer Tyburczy, Rice University
"The Romance of Performance: Critical Ethnography, Prostitution, and the Problem of Resistance" Gregory Mitchell,
Northwestern University
310028
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Japan-U.S. Communication Association Business Meeting
Sponsor: Japan-U.S. Communication Association
Presenters:
Koji Fuse, University of North Texas
Chikako McLean, Oakton Community College
Makoto Saito, Westfield State University
Rose G. Campbell, Butler University
Peter S. Lee, California State Univ, Fullerton
Akira Miyahara, Seinan Gakuin University
Tatsuya Imai, Univ of Texas, Austin
Akiko Fukumoto, Aichi Shukutoku University
James Mueller, University of North Texas
Takeshi Suzuki, Meiji University
Josh Nelson, San Diego State Univ
Jiro Takai, Nagoya Univ
Paul Westbrook, Northeastern University
310029
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Business Meeting
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Presenters:
Christopher Carey, Portland State University
Mary Ann Danielson, Creighton University
Ana M. Cruz, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
Colleen Garside, Weber State Univ
Irwin Mallin, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
310031
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Top Papers in GLBTQ Communication Studies Division
Sponsor: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division
Chair: Danielle Stern, Christopher Newport Univ
"'Angie Was Our Sister': Embodied Judgments and Trans-formation of Disgust in the Citizenry of
Photography" Emily Cram, Indiana University
"A Content Analysis of Sexual and Relational Health Messages for Women Who Have Sex with Women" Sandra
Faulkner, Bowling Green State Univ; Andrea Davis, University of South Carolina Upstate; Manda Violet Hicks, Boise
State University; Pamela Lannutti, Boston College
"A Kiss is just a Kiss? Comparing Perceptions Related to Female-female and Female-male Kissing in a College Social
Situation" Pamela Lannutti, Boston College; Amanda N. Denes, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Girls Love Fashion and Boys Don’t Cry: Rhetorical Assemblages and the Disciplining of Queer Voices at the
Nebraska History Museum" Joshua Ewalt, University of Nebraska, Lincoln ; Sara Baker, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Queer Activism, Gender Dilemma, and Neoliberalism in India: Mapping the Rhetoric around Section 377" Santhosh
Chandrashekar, Univ of New Mexico
310051
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
The Various Voices in Social Interaction
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Interpersonal Communication Division, Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Richard Buttny, Syracuse University
Respondent: Kristine Muñoz, University of Iowa
"Listening to Voices Often Overlooked: Stories of Maintaining Difficult Relationships" Katelyn Grayson, University of
Dayton; Jon A. Hess, University of Dayton
"Responding to Face Threats: Strategic Use of Voice in the Clinton-Wallace Interview" Frank Thiel, University of
Nebraska, Kearney
"The Fusion of Language and Ethnic Identity: The Voices of Hispanic Emerging Adults in New Mexico and
Oklahoma" David Duty, University of Central Oklahoma
"Voicing Nostalgia: Discursive Construction of an Urban Neighborhood's 'Good Old Days'" Cynthia Gordon, Syracuse
University; Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
310052
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Religious Constructions of the Voices of Fundamentalism, Forgiveness, Morality, and Belief
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Religious Communication Association
Chairs: Brandon Chase Goldsmith, Univ of Memphis; Sean Connable, Christopher Newport Univ
Respondent: David Gray Matthews, University of Memphis
"Voicing the Paradox of Conditional Forgiveness: A Case Study Using Negotiating Morality Theory" Dayna N.
Kloeber, Arizona State Univ, West; Douglas L. Kelley, Arizona State Univ; Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
"Religious Rhetoric: A Voice in Emerging Adults’ Moral Turning" Joshua Danaher, Grand Canyon University
"The Voice that Brings Silence: Fundamentalism, Ideology, and the Silencing of Discourse" Sean Connable,
Christopher Newport Univ
"A Nation of Prodigal Sons: Fantasies, Personas, and Standpoints in the A New Form of Political Theater: The United
Church of America" Brandon Chase Goldsmith, Univ of Memphis
310053
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Emergent Voices about Nuclear Power Following the Crisis at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
Sponsors: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology, Convention Theme Group, Environmental
Communication Division
Chair: Dorothy Collins Andreas, Pepperdine University
Respondent: Carolyn R. Miller, North Carolina State University
"Intertwined Voices on Message Boards During the Nuclear Crisis at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant" Dorothy
Collins Andreas, Pepperdine University
"Negotiating Nuclear Narratives: Voices of Nuclear Energy after Fukushima" William J. Kinsella, North Carolina State
University
"Voices of Distrust and Uncertainty in the Aftermath of the Nuclear Crisis at the Fukushima Nuclear Power
Plant" Jennifer Duffield Hamilton, Wabash College
310054
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Giving Voice to the Mind, Body, Heart, and Soul of Theatre, Film, and Media
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Theatre Division
Chair: Darlene Graves, Liberty University
Respondent: Jonas K Nissen, Bethany Lutheran College
"'Lyrics [No] Voices/Un[seen] Performances': Healing the Dismembered Body Through Performance Poetry in a PostShange, YouTube Age" Jesus Ivan Valles, California State Univ, Long Beach
"But Scare-cancer, He is Not My Husband? An Auto/Ethnographic Performance" Matt Saltzberg, Univ of Missouri,
Columbia
"Communicating A/Cross the Divide: Utilizing Reciprocal Ethnography to Increase Dialogue" Noah Lelek, University
of Missouri
"Giving Voice to a New Kind of Performance Therapy: The Risks of Disclosure, the Productiveness of Humor, and the
Importance of Public Dialogue about Gender Violence" Jennifer L. Freitag, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Giving Voice to What Artists Need Creatively and Spiritually" Patricia Friel, University of Cincinnati / Clermont
College
"How Television Media Gives Voice to Transgender Characters" Prairie A. Endres, Tarleton State Univ
"The Voices of Hidden Memories and Brain Arousal" Sanjive Qazi, Gustavus Adolphus College
"Using Forum Theatre to Give Voice to Campus Concerns of Heterosexism/Homonegativity" Kevin Babbitt, Univ of
Missouri, Columbia
310055
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Political Communication in and around "The Big Easy": A Variety of Voices
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
"Huey Long: Vox Populi or Vox Diaboli" Carl T. Hyden, Morgan State University
"Senator David Vitter's Image Repair on the 'DC Madam'" William Benoit, Ohio University
"The Landrieu Family: Different Styles, Same Devotion to New Orleans" Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon
College
"Voicing Blame for Hurricane Katrina: Immediate and Retroactive Apologia of George W. Bush, Kathleen Blanco, and
Ray Nagin" Kevin A Stein, Southern Utah Univ; Lionel A. Grady, Southern Utah University; Suzanne Larson, Southern
Utah Univ
310057
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Riding Streetcars, Voicing Desire: Performing Digital Adaptation
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chairs: Andrée E. C. Betancourt, Independent Scholar; David Terry, San Jose State University
Presenters:
Andrée E. C. Betancourt, Independent Scholar
Paul C. Edwards, Northwestern University
Marjorie Hazeltine, San Jose State University
Michael LeVan, University of South Florida
Benjamin D. Powell, CUNY BMCC
Samuel Scott Sloan, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Patricia A. Suchy, Louisiana State University
David Terry, San Jose State University
310060
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Voices Online: E-texts and Distance Learning in the Basic Course
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Joseph M. Valenzano, University of Dayton
Respondent: Blair Thompson, Western Kentucky Univ
"Student Perceptions of Digital Textbooks: An Exploratory Study of E-Readers and E-Books as Replacements to the
Traditional Textbook" Jeffrey Kuznekoff, Ohio University; Elizabeth Graham, University of Akron
"Student Voices on Reading an E-textbook vs. Paper Textbook: Performance and Preferences for Learning and
Spending" Karen Kangas Dwyer, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Marlina Davidson, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
"Are Students Ready for the Basic Communication Class Online? A Case Study Examining the READI Assessment as
a Possible Predictor of Student Success in Online Communication Courses" Brandy Fair, Grayson County College; Leah
E. Wickersham, Texas A&M University, Commerce
"Interrogating Critical Dialogue in Distance Learning" Charles Rudick, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
310061
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Identifying the Available Means of Persuasion: Using Rhetoric to Make Sense of Conflict
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Gregory Paul, Millersville University
Respondent: Tracey Quigley Holden, University of Delaware
"Civil Voices and Democratic Discourse: Restoring the Peace After the Tucson Tragedy" Rod L. Troester, Penn State
Erie, Behrend College; Colleen E. Kelley, Penn State Erie, Behrend College
"Religion in Sport: A Case toward Peace for Religious Athletes" Erin Marie Paun, Bowling Green State Univ
"Rhetorical Time and Memory in the Aftermath of Genocide: A Study of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in
Timor-Leste" Laurance Paul Strait, Univ of Southern California
"The Identity Trap: The Rhetoric of Genocide" William A. Donohue, Michigan State University
"You have Atomic Bombs, We have the Martyrdom-seekers: Ayman Al-Zawahiri’s Rhetoric of Martyrdom" Timothy
Paul Huffman, Arizona State University
310062
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Finding the Collaborative Voice of the Marketplace, Classroom, and Community through Innovative
Approaches to Training and Development
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Chair: Amanda Grace McKendree, Univ of Notre Dame
"Corporate Leadership Development: Cultivating the Voice of the Next Generation of Leaders" S. Alyssa Groom,
Duquesne University
"Developing the Professional Voice of Graduate Students as They Prepare for the Professoriate" Amanda Grace
McKendree, Univ of Notre Dame
"Multiple Voices: Training and Development for Instructors and Students" Leeanne Marian Bell McManus ,
Stevenson University
"Voices Found Through Dialogic Meeting of Communities, NPOs, and the Public Relations Seminar" John H.
Prellwitz, Univ of Pittsburgh, Greensburg
310066
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SC13: Diagnosing Communication Privacy Management Breakdowns
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Sandra Petronio, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
Presenters:
Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Jack E. Sargent, Kean University
310067
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SC14: Medical Communication
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chairs: E. Phillips P. Polack, West Virginia University; Theodore A. Avtgis, Ashland University
310068
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bacchus - Fourth Floor
SC15: Straight Talk about Teaching Communication Research Methods
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Christine Davis, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Presenter:
Kenneth A. Lachlan, Univ of Mass, Boston
310069
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Iberville - Fourth Floor
SC16: Teaching Communication Theory
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chairs: Emily J Langan, Wheaton College; Em Griffin, Wheaton College
310070
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Poetics for the Polis
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chair: Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
Respondent: John Poulakos, University of Pittsburgh
"Lysistrata and the Homeric Gift: A Poetics of Generosity for the Polis" Mari Lee Mifsud, University of Richmond
"On the Razor’s Edge: The Kairos Statue and the Formation of Deliberative Space" Jane S. Sutton, Penn State York
"Revising Rome: The Poetry of Horace's Editorial File" Michele Kennerly, Northeastern University
"The Democratic Style: How the Sophists Rationalized Poetry" Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
"The Poetics of Epicurus’ Garden: Freedom, Wholeness, and Self-Sufficiency" Bryan Moe, Louisiana State University
310071
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Protecting Abhorrent Voices: The Supreme Court's Decision in Snyder v. Phelps
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Susan J. Balter-Reitz, Montana State Univ, Billings
"A Contextual Approach to Snyder v. Phelps" Craig R. Smith, California State Univ, Long Beach
"Beyond Snyder v. Phelps: Free Speech and Funeral Picketing Laws" Dale A. Herbeck, Boston College
"Feeling Emotionally Distressed? Just Avert Your Eyes! How the Public Forum Doctrine Trumps Intentional Infliction
of Emotional Distress in Snyder v. Phelps" Juliet L. Dee, University of Delaware
"Supreme Court Protects the Penumbral Right to Persuade in Snyder v. Phelps" Mary Elizabeth Bezanson, Univ of
Minnesota, Morris
"The Westboro Baptist Church as Public Spectacle: Should the Form of Speech Matter?" Susan J. Balter-Reitz,
Montana State Univ, Billings; M. Lane Bruner, Georgia State University
310072
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
The Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) Program Provides a Student-Centered Voice for Professional
Development in Academia
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
Presenters:
Cerise L. Glenn, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
J. Gregory Payne, Emerson College
Kesha Morant Williams, Penn State, Berks
Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
310073
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Threading Our Stories: A Communal Exploration of Women's Voices in Academic Debate
Sponsors: American Forensic Association, Cross Examination Debate Association, Women's Caucus
Chair: Stephanie Eisenberg, San Francisco State University
Presenters:
Alexis Litzky, San Francisco State University
Catherine Palczewski, Univ of Northern Iowa
Sarah Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre, Western Washington University
Sarah E. Stone Watt, Pepperdine University
Danielle Wiese Leek, Grand Valley State Univ
310093
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Mi Experiencia, Mi Voz: Deconstructing Borders Through Chicana/o and Latina/o Performance of Lived
Experience
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: George B. Sanchez-Tello, California State University, Northridge
Respondents: Bernardita Yunis, Penn State University; Luis M. Rodriguez, California State Univ,
Northridge; Reina Alejandra Prado Saldivar, Claremont Graduate School
"[email protected], Labor, Voice" Bernardita Yunis, Penn State University
"Los Jardineros Tambien Saben" Luis M. Rodriguez, California State Univ, Northridge
"Voicing Desire: How Santa Perversa saved the Good Mexican Girl" Reina Alejandra Prado Saldivar, Claremont
Graduate School
310095
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Voicing Neoliberalism on American Television: Politics, Economics, and the Political Economy of
Rac(e/ism)
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Darrel Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
"Family Ties as Neoliberal Rhetoric: How I Learned to Love Alex P. Keaton and Stop Worrying about
Reagan" Kristen Hoerl, Butler University
"Perfecting 'Gangsta Barbie': Whiteness, Passing, and the Ideal Neoliberal Subject in Weeds" Darrel Enck-Wanzer,
University of North Texas; Rachelle Avery, University of North Texas
"The Voice of 'Killing Rage': The Boondocks Speaks Against Neoliberal Racial Violence" Jennifer Heusel, Indiana
University
"Tremé’s Media Spaces: Television, Race, and Neighborhood in the Age of Neoliberalism" Helen Morgan, Univ of
Minnesota, Twin Cities
310101
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Voices for Sale: Monetizing Social Media
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kathleen M. Kuehn, Christopher Newport University
Respondent: Robert Bodle, College of Mount St. Joseph
"'Take My Survey!' How Junior Ad Executives Use Facebook to Exploit their Friends" Christopher M. Boulton,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Negotiating Health Information via Interactivity: Web MD, Marketing and Communal Collaboration" Carolina R.F.
Branson, Univ of Minnesota
"Selling to Ourselves: User-generated Advertising" James Hamilton, University of Georgia
"Where Young People Are: Qualitative Research via Social Networking" Allison Butler, Westfield State University
310103
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Monstrous Cultures: Embracing and Resisting Change in the 21st Century
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Marina Levina, Univ of Memphis
"'And Man Made Life': Synthetic Organisms and Biocapitalism of Monstrosities" Marina Levina, Univ of Memphis
"A Gothic Approach to Monster Discourse and Immigration" Diem-My Bui, University of Illinois, Chicago
"Black Monstrosity in True Blood" Aisha Durham, Texas A&M Univ
"Robots, Cyborgs and Avatars: Monsters in the Machine" Grant Kien, California State University, East Bay
310104
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Top Student Papers in Mass Communication
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Dana E. Mastro, University of Arizona
Respondent: Adam C. Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
"The Violent Voice: An Examination of the Impact of Violence in Film on the Audience" Nicholas Scott Smith,
Northern Kentuckey University; James M. Durbin, The University of Akron
"Historicizing a Holiday Special: Rudolph's Mark on Children's Television Broadcasting" Heather Liebling, University
of Pittsburgh
"Media Framing of Government Intervention: The Morality of Bailouts and Economics of Loans" Steven Stuglin,
Georgia State University
"A (Truly) Captive Audience: The Twilight Zone as Mid-Century Equipment for Living" Robert L. Mack, Univ of
Texas, Austin
310106
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Examining Voices of Experts in Organizations: What Organizational Communication Can Contribute to
the Study of Expertise
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chairs: Jeffrey W. Treem, Northwestern University; William Barley, Northwestern University
Respondent: Janet L. Fulk, Univ of Southern California
"Experts and Expertise as Sources of Disruption in Organizational Practice" Timothy Kuhn, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Information Triage: Evaluating Expertise to Support Distributed Collaboration" William Barley, Northwestern
University; Paul M. Leonardi, Northwestern University; Jeffrey W. Treem, Northwestern University
"Stereotypes, Communication, and the Perceptions of Expertise in Teams" Andrea B. Hollingshead, Univ of Southern
California; Kay Yoon, DePaul University
"The Discursive Construction of Expertise: Implications for Interorganizational Communication" Jeffrey W. Treem,
Northwestern University; Paul M. Leonardi, Northwestern University; William Barley, Northwestern University
310108
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Piles of Stones: Culture, Pro-Democracy Movements, Geopolitics and Opportunities
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
"'Global Voices' and Blogging Citizen Journalism on the Global Stage" Teresa H. Housel, Hope College
"(Auto) Ethnographies of Geographical and Geopolitical Knowledge: Explorations of Cultural Location and Social
Movements’ Discourse" Ahmet Atay, College of Wooster
"A Fine Balance: Newspaper Coverage of Movements toward Democracy in Egypt" Carolyn Calloway-Thomas,
Indiana University
"Barack Obama, as Seen in the Arab World: Toward a Cross-Cultural Understanding" Dorthy L. Pennington,
University of Kansas
310112
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
From Extroversion to Introspection: Qualitative Research Across an Array of Data Collection
Methodologies
Sponsor: Student Section
Chair: Tim McKenna, Ohio University
Respondent: Ariel Gratch, Louisiana State University
"'It Wasn’t Like New Orleans': Social Identity and Sensemaking in a Small Texas Town in the Aftermath of Hurricane
Ike" Norma Jones, Kent State University; Stephanie Burt, University of North Texas
"An Ethnographic Investigation of a Local Punk Culture: Ethical Communities and Audience Behaviors" Lars Jørgen
Kristiansen, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"The Tension between Sacred and Secular Voices: An Autoethnographic Account of Peak Communication
Experiences" Amanda Torrens, Ohio University
"The ‘Ex’ Factor...Will They Be Friends? A Qualitative Analysis of Post-Dissolutional Communication of Former
Premarital Cohabitating Couples" Brittany Kay Bunkers, South Dakota State Univ
"Undocumented Student Blogs: A Public Sphere of Activism" Anna Ortiz, Purdue University
310113
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Voicing Issues of Risky Sex Behavior
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Andrew Spieldenner, Latino Commission on AIDS
"Sexual Communication and Condom Use among Chinese MSM" Zhiwen Xiao, University of Houston; Xiaoyi Fang,
Institute of Developmental Psychology, Beijing Normal University; Xiaoming Li, Wayne State University School of
Medicine; Xiuyun Lin, Institute of Developmental Psychology, Beijing Normal University; Yingjie Liu, Chaoyang District
Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Yan Song, Chaoyang District Center for Disease Control and Prevention
"Risky Business: An Examination of the Relationship between Message Frame, Risk Perceptions, and Intentions to
Seek HIV-Antibody Testing" Shawnika Hull, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Communicating About Sex and Safe Sex in Friends with Benefits and Dating Relationships: Examining the Impact of
Love (Passion, Intimacy, and Commitment)" Mike Miller, University of Connecticut; Carolyn Lagoe, University of
Connecticut; Gerard Jalette, University of Connecticut; Laura Kanzler, University of Connecticut
"Denominational Differences in Socialization, Communication, and Gender as Predictors of Sexual Behavior of Nairobi
Church-Going Youth" Ann Neville Miller, Univ of Central Florida; Kyalo Wa Ngula, Africa Nazarene University; George
Musambira, Univ of Central Florida
"'It Makes it More Romantic and it just Feels Better': Motivations and Relational Outcomes in the Suggestion to Stop
Using Condoms" Amy Delaney, Univ of Illinois; Kelly G McAninch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Liesel
Sharabi, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
310114
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
Voices from the Intersections of Rhetoric & Performance
Sponsors: Performance Studies Division, Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chairs: Phaedra C. Pezzullo, Indiana University; Stephen Olbrys Gencarella, Department of Communication, University
of Massachusetts, Amherst
Presenters:
Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
Dana L. Cloud, Univ of Texas, Austin
Fernando Delgado, Univ of Wisconsin, River Falls
Christine L. Garlough, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Stephen J. Hartnett, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Gerard A. Hauser, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Debra Hawhee, Penn State University
D. Soyini Madison, Northwestern University
Phaedra C. Pezzullo, Indiana University
Della Pollock, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
John M. Sloop, Vanderbilt University
310121
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Defining Philosophy of Communication: Process Contexts of Culture, Language, and Practice
Sponsor: Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Deborah Eicher-Catt, Penn State University
"Philosophy of Communicology: The Rhetorical Branch of Linguistics" Richard L. Lanigan, International
Communicology Institute
"What Becomes Communication?" Igor Klyukanov, Eastern Washington University
"Philosophy of Communication and the Rustic Science of Communicology: Semiotic Phenomenology in Pragmatism
and Continential Philosophy" Isaac Catt, Duquesne University
310122
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Uncanny Vocalics
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Barbara Biesecker, University of Georgia
Respondent: Barbara Biesecker, University of Georgia
"'Because I Have a Voice': Music and Injured Masculinity in The King's Speech" Claire Sisco King, Vanderbilt
University
"A Great and Distracting Boon: Roy Orbison and the Voice of Phonography" Joshua Gunn, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Uncanny Speech" Christian O Lundberg, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
310123
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in Argumentation and Forensics
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: James Dimock, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Respondent: Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
"Arguing about Public and Personal Topics: Implications for Research Concerning Interpersonal Argument" Amy
Janan Johnson, University of Oklahoma; Dale Hample, University of Maryland
"Between French and Islamic Law: Cennet Doganay’s Embodied Argument and le Loi 2004-228" Susan A Sci, Regis
University
"Embracing the Diversity of Voices: Mechanisms for Pedagogical Inclusiveness in a Fragmented Debate
Community" Mike Bergmaier, Penn State University; Nicole L. Johnson, Ball State University
"The Conservative Canon and Its Uses" Michael Lee, College of Charleston
"Visual Argument Frames: Reading the Management of Claims" Leslie Hahner, Baylor University
310125
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Ethos in a Digital Era
Sponsors: Argumentation and Forensics Division, Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Amy Gonzales, Univ of Pennsylvania
Respondent: John McArthur, Queens University, Charlotte
"An Investigation of Youth and Digital Information Credibility" Miriam J. Metzger, Univ of California, Santa Barbara;
Andrew J. Flanagin, University of California, Santa Barbara; Ryan Medders, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Rebekah
A. Pure, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Ethan Hartsell, University of California, Santa Barbara; Alex Markov,
University of California, Santa Barbara
"The Effect of Online Review Message Characteristics on Helpfulness Ratings" Yuhua Liang, Michigan State
University; Briana DeAngelis, Michigan State University; David D. Clare, Michigan State University; Timothy Levine,
Michigan State University
"Sent from my iPhone: The Medium and Message as Signals of Sender Professionalism in Mobile Telephony" Caleb
T Carr, University of Oklahoma; Chad M Stefaniak, Oklahoma State University
"Credibility in a Social-Media Environment" Rebekah A. Pure, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Amber WestcottBaker, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Miriam J. Metzger, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Andrew J. Flanagin,
University of California, Santa Barbara
310127
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Listening to the Voices of People Living with HIV/AIDS
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: William L. Mullen, Liberty University
Presenters:
Warren Bareiss, Kings College
Christine J. Gardner, Wheaton College
Stephanie Houston Grey, Louisiana State University
Zhou Feng Li, Yanbian University of Science & Technology
Alisha Menzies, University of South Florida
Karen Mercincavage, King's College
Faith E. Mullen, Liberty University
William L. Mullen, Liberty University
Thomas Steinfatt, University of Miami
Respondent: Dennis A.V. Leoutsakas, Salisbury University
310128
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Political Debates: Processes and Effects
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Maureen C. Minielli, Kingsborough Comm College
Respondent: Craig A. Dudczak, Syracuse University
"Exploring Viewer Effects of Watching Gubernatorial Debates" David M. Rhea, Governors State University; Sumana
Chattopadhyay, Marquette University; Corey B. Davis, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
"Incumbent and Challenger Influences on Argument Strategies in Presidential Debates" Dan Schill, Southern
Methodist University; Diana B. Carlin, Saint Louis University
"Political Blogs and the Permanent Campaign: A Functional Analysis of the Health Care Debate" James Smith, Univ
of Missouri, Columbia
"The Influence of Interactional Structure on Candidates’ Debate Strategies: Analysis of Intra-debate Dynamics in the
2008 Presidential Debates" Ji Won Han, Univ of Texas, Austin
310129
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Beyond the East-West: Exploring Inter-Asia Pacific Communication Research
Sponsors: Asian / Pacific American Caucus, Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division
Chair: Mariko Izumi, Columbus State Univ
Presenters:
Hsin-I (Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara University
Shinsuke Eguchi, University of Denver
Richie Hao, University of Denver
Ako Inuzuka, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
JongHwa Lee, Hawaii Pacific University
310130
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Voices of Change: Critical Issues for Directors of Forensics
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Scott Harris, University of Kansas
"Bid Chasing: An exploration of incentives and possible remedies related to selection processes for the National
Debate Tournament" Eric R Morris, Missouri State University
"Adding new voices to academic debate: The benefits of embracing alternative forms of argument expression and
authorship in policy debate" Erik Holland, California State University, Northridge
"Theory, Application, and Pragmatism: Ethical Issues for Directors of Forensics" Crystal Lane Swift, Mt. San Antonio
College
310131
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
The Communicative Construction of Roles at Work
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Todd M. Norton, Washington State Univ
Respondent: Patricia Sias, University of Arizona
"'A Good Job': Exploring Women’s Meaning of Work in Contemporary Urban China " Ziyu Long, Purdue University
"Culture as Control: Identification, Empowerment, and Moral Involvement Among Casino Workers" Elizabeth
O'Connor, Purdue University
"Role Negotiation: A Communicative Framework" Vernon D. Miller, Michigan State University; Rose A. Clark-Hitt,
Michigan State University; Kevin Mahler, Creighton University
"Scientific difference: Foreign-born scientists and marginalization at work." Celeste Wells, Boston College; Sally
Planalp, University of Utah
"The Influence of Motivational Language in the Technologically Mediated Realm of Telecommuters" Paul Madlock,
Texas A&M International University
310132
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Kenneth Burke Society Interest Group Business Meeting
Sponsor: Kenneth Burke Society
Presenter:
Celeste Grayson Seymour, Duquesne University
310134
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
Latina/o Studies and La Raza Caucus Business Meeting
Sponsors: La Raza Caucus, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Presenters:
Josue David Cisneros, Northeastern University
George Pacheco Jr., Angelo State Univ
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Yarma Velázquez Vargas, California State Univ, Northridge
310141
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Everyday Life in Families: Maintenance and Interdependence
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Sarah E. (Dirks) Wilder, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
Respondent: Andrew M. Ledbetter, Texas Christian University
"'I Heard It in His Voice:' Relational Presence, Absence, and Maintenance in the Context of a Wartime
Deployment" Katheryn C. Maguire, Wayne State Univ; Daria S. Heinemann, Wayne State Univ; Erin M. Sahlstein,
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
"Mapping Interdependence in the Everyday Expressions of Commitment in Romantically Involved Couples" Deborah
S. Ballard-Reisch, Wichita State Univ; Dan Weigel, Univ of Nevada, Reno
"Relational Maintenance Strategies: A Feminist Communicology Review and Agenda for Research" Kristina Wenzel,
University of Missouri; Loreen Olson, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
"The Experience and Expression of Gratitude for Domestic Labor" Kendra Knight, Arizona State Univ; Jess K.
Alberts, Arizona State University
310142
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Teaching Nonverbal Communication in the Basic Course: Beyond the Codes of Nonverbal
Communication
Sponsors: Instructional Development Division, Nonverbal Communication Division
Chair: Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Presenters:
Valerie Manusov, University of Washington
Martin Remland, West Chester University
Rene Dailey, Univ of Texas, Austin
Peter A. Andersen, San Diego State Univ
310143
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Honoring Michael Roloff, Winner of the 2011 Mark L. Knapp Award in Interpersonal Communication
sponsored by Pearson, Allyn & Bacon
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
Presenters:
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
Charles R. Berger, Univ of California, Davis
Jennifer Bevan, Chapman University
Bradley Greenberg, Michigan State University
Mark T. Morman, Baylor University
Rachel Reznik, Elmhurst College
Jennifer Samp, University of Georgia
Denise Solomon, Penn State University
Anita L. Vangelisti, Univ of Texas, Austin
Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
Respondent: Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
310151
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Communication Ethics Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Presenters:
Melba Hoffer, Grand Valley State Univ
Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Melissa A. Cook, St. Vincent College
Lisbeth Lipari, Denison University
310152
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Voices of Outreach Beyond the Tower: Collaborating Across Communities, Ethics and Implications of
Engagement
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Karla A. Stevenson, USCENTCOM AFG-PAK Center / University of Tampa
Presenters:
Jason A Edwards, Bridgewater State University
Craig Hayden, American University
Steven G. Shenouda, MIT Sloan School of Management
Karla A. Stevenson, USCENTCOM AFG-PAK Center / University of Tampa
Beverly Thomas, United States Navy
Michael Williams , USCENTCOM, AFG-PAK Center of Excellence
Respondent: Jason A Edwards, Bridgewater State University
310153
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
A Reassuring Voice in a Sea of Chaos: Application of Theory to the Practice of Mentoring Forensics
Coaches
Sponsor: National Forensic Association
Chair: Kittie Grace, Hastings College
Respondent: Joel Hefling, South Dakota State Univ
"Listen up, Coach! Using Reverse Mentoring to Give Voice to the Voiceless" Abbie M. Syrek, Univ of Nebraska,
Omaha
"Mentoring to Grow the Forensics Voice: Bridging the Two-year/Four-year Coaching Divide" Bobby Imbody, Kansas
State University; Neal Stewart, Moorpark College
"My Mentor Only Texts Me: Technological Determinism and Dialogic Theory Applied to Mentoring
Relationships" Allison Ronnau, University of Alabama; Aaron M. Duncan, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Steaks, Tab-sheets and Bowling: A Hybrid Mentoring Model" Justin Gus Foote, Miami University; Todd Holm, Miami
University
"When the Student Surpasses the Teacher: How Changes in Power and Status Impact the Mentoring
Relationship" Aaron M. Duncan, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Craig Brown, Kansas State university
310154
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Elementary and Secondary Education Section Business Meeting
Sponsor: Elementary and Secondary Education Section
Presenters:
Anna Wright, Illinois State University
David A. Wendt, Keokuk High School
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
Christine Bruckner, Warrensburg-Latham High School
310156
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Communication and Law Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication and Law Division
Presenter:
Sarah Ubel, Washburn University
310157
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Nurturing Voices of Civility and Compassion
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Jessie J. Stewart, Colorado State University
Presenters:
Suzanne Daughton, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Cindy L. Griffin, Colorado State University
Amy R. Slagell, Iowa State Univ
310158
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Hearing the Voice of the Light
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Michael P. Graves, Liberty University
"Hearing, Speaking, and Doing the Word: The Inherent Tensions in Quaker Ministry" Michael P. Graves, Liberty
University
"Quaker Peacemaking and Communicative Action in the Alternatives to Violence Project" Eleanor M. Novek,
Monmouth University
"Too Deep For Words: The Voice of Silence in Quaker Communication Behavior from the Selected Works of William
Penn, John Woolman, Thomas Kelly and Other Early Friends" Stephanie A. Bennett, Palm Beach Atlantic University
2:00 PM
312012
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Performance Studies Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Presenters:
Amy Burt, Georgia College & State Univ
Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
Ruth Laurion Bowman, Louisiana State University
Melanie Kitchens O'Meara, University of Georgia
Amy L. Darnell, Columbia College
Heather Carver, University of Missouri
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Tracy Stephenson Shaffer, Louisiana State University
312013
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Deconstructing the Boob Tube: Giving Voice to Representations of Women on the Margins
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Erin Marie Arizzi, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Respondent: Mary D. Vavrus, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Ellen DeGeneres & Rachel Maddow: An Inquiry into Performances of Female Masculinity on Mainstream
Television" Liora Elias, University of Minnesota
"Living by One's Principles: HBO's Big Love and the Oppressive Nature of Compulsory Monogamy" Erin Marie Arizzi,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Reading The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency as a Global Vision of a Disease-Free Africa." Allison K Schlobohm,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"‘Empowered’ Sexual Subjects/Objects, Postfeminism, and Male-Centered Television Comedies." Melissa Zimdars ,
University of Iowa
312014
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Top Student Papers in Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Brigitta Brunner, Auburn University
Respondent: Corey A. Hickerson, James Madison Univ
"Applying Dialogic Public Relations Theory to Public Relations Education" Joshua Bentley, University of Oklahoma
"Online Crisis Communication: A Comparative Study" Vaibhavi Kulkarni, Rutgers University
"Public Relations and Public Diplomacy: A New Look at Publics, Communication, Political Complexity, and
Management" Leysan Khakimova, University of Maryland
312015
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Lambda Pi Eta and Sigma Chi Eta Awards Ceremony
Sponsor: Lambda Pi Eta
Presenters:
Natasha Horn, Illinois State University
Emily O'Gorman, College of New Jersey
Jacqueline Webb, College of New Jersey
Caroline S. Parsons, The University of Alabama
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Michaela D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport Univ
Deborah L. Whitt, Wayne State College
Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Jason B. Munsell, Columbia College
Jeff Pierson, Bridgewater College
312022
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
2011 James L. Golden Award
Chair: James Darsey, Georgia State University
Respondents: Vanessa B. Beasley, Vanderbilt University; Dave Tell, University of Kansas
"Visibly Absent: The Re-Presentation of American Eugenic History through 'The Image Archive on the American
Eugenics Movement'" Katie L. Irwin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
312023
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Voices of Public Discourse in Eurasia
Sponsor: Eurasian Communication Association of North America
Chair: Sergei Samoilenko, George Mason Univ
"Is the Voice of Independent Journalism Silent in the Newly Governed Ukraine? How the Latest Developments in
Business and Politics Influence the Ukrainian Media Sphere" Katerina Tsetsura, City University of Hong Kong
"Preventive Journalism as a Means of Controlling Regional Media in Russia" Elina Erzikova, Central Michigan Univ
"Selective Perception: A Strategic Challenge. An Alternative Approach to Russian Public Diplomacy in the United
States" Yelena Osipova, American University
"Global Internet Diffusion: A Comparison of Social and Infrastructural Factors in Armenia, Azerbaijan and
Georgia" Katy Elizabeth Pearce, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Nicole Starosielski, University of California, Santa
Barbara
"The Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance Sighet, Romania: Layers and
Intersections" Marie-Louise Paulesc, Arizona State University
"AcademyTopicality as a Strategic Maneuver: What Oyun Tolgoi Gave to Mongolia" Allison Hahn, University of
Pittsburgh
"Evaluating Employer Communication Competency Expectations in Kazakhstan" Sergei Samoilenko, George Mason
Univ; Deborah S. Ballard-Reisch, Wichita State Univ; Bagila Akhatova , Abylai Khan Каzakh University of International
Relations and World Languages
312024
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Ethnography Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Presenters:
Patricia Sotirin, Michigan Technological Univ
Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State Univ
Lisa Tillmann, Rollins College
Christopher N. Poulos, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior
312025
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
US-China Disputes: From Google to Intellectual Property Rights
Sponsor: Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Chair: Gennadi Gevorgyan, Xavier University
Respondent: Guo-Ming Chen, Univ of Rhode Island
"Culture and Multitasking among Chinese Internet Users: The Effects of Cultural Appeals on Multitasking and
Information Processing Patterns in Online Media Environment" Gennadi Gevorgyan, Xavier University; Jatin
Srivastava, Ohio University
"Constraining Divergent Voices: Western Media Coverage of Protests during the 2008 Beijing Olympic
Games" Michelle L. Murray, Belmont University
"Google's Withdrawal from China: A Case Study of News Framing through an Agenda Setting Approach" Kai Kuang,
Purdue University
"News Framing of Google's Withdrawal from China: Comparing American and Chinese Newspapers" Yezi Hu,
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; Wenjing Xie, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
"The Role of the Judiciary in Comparing Media Systems: A Comparative Analysis of Defamation Law in China and the
United States" Mark Shifflet, University of Evansville
"Innovation and Copyright Protection: Chinese Strategies under U.S. Pressure" Dexin Tian, Savannah College of Art
and Design; Chin-Chung Chao, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
"Analyzing Intellectual Property Relations between the U.S. and China through the 2007-2009 TRIPS Dispute" Lucas
Logan, Texas A&M
312028
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Giving Voice to those Silenced on May 4, 1970: How and Why to Remember the Kent State Shootings
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Linda Moore, Emerson College
Presenters:
Carole A. Barbato, Kent State, East Liverpool
Kristen Hoerl, Butler University
Linda Moore, Emerson College
J. Gregory Payne, Emerson College
Ashley L Torrence, Emerson College
Carol Wilder, New School Univ
312029
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Critically Examining the Ideologies and Contestations of Talk
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: S. David Zuckerman, California State Univ, Sacramento
"Communicating Utopian" Jolane Flanigan, Rocky Mountain College
"Social Work, HIV/AIDS, and Minority Sex Worker Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Membership Categorization
Analysis" Patrick John Dillon, Univ of South Florida
"He Could have Fought Back: Assignment of Blame in National Discourse on Bullycides" Mridula Mascarenhas, Univ
of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"'I’m not sexist, but . . .': How Ideological Dilemmas Reinforce Sexism in Talk about Intimate Partner Violence" Kate
Lockwood Harris, University of Colorado, Boulder; Kellie Palazzolo, Arizona State University; Jennifer Scarduzio,
Arizona State University; Matthew Savage, Arizona State University
312051
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Dialoguing Through/With Silenced Voices: Performing Alliance Possibilities through Intersectional
Feminist Perspectives
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Cassidy Higgins, University of Denver
Presenters:
Cassidy Higgins, University of Denver
Kathryn Hobson, University of Denver
Julia Khrebtan-Hoerhager, University of Denver
Dawn Marie McIntosh, University of Denver
312052
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Hearing Community Voices: Performance Ethnography as a Means of Exploring Third Places
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Ethnography Division
Chair: Leah E. White, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Respondent: Bryant Keith Alexander, California State Univ, Los Angeles
"Wagon Wheel Stories: Third Place Voices" Leah E. White, Minnesota State University, Mankato; David Engen,
Minnesota State University, Mankato
312053
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Religious Voices and the Civil Rights Movement
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Public Address Division
Chairs: Maegan Parker Brooks, Independent Scholar ; Maegan Parker Brooks, Independent Scholar
Respondent: Maegan Parker Brooks, Independent Scholar
"'No Sin in Segregation': Southern Clergy, the Civil Rights Act of 1957 and the Hermeneutics of Hate" Davis W.
Houck, Florida State University
"Forcing Innovation: The Fortuitous Constraint of Nation of Islam Theology on Malcolm X" Scott J. Varda, Baylor
University
"The Ego-Function of Mobilization: The Rhetoric of Reverend Edwin King and The Mississippi Freedom Vote of
1963" William Lawson, University of Maryland
"Transcending Judaism: Rabbi Abraham Heschel and the Rhetoric of Civil Rights" Amos Kiewe, Syracuse University
312054
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Voices of the Tea Party Movement
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: James D. Trebing, Kent State University
Respondent: Robert E. Denton, Virginia Tech
"In One Voice? How Tea Partiers Frame Political Issues in the 'Lamestream' Media" Danielle Coombs, Kent State
University
"Palin & Bachmann: Leading Voices of the Tea Party Movement" Julia A. Spiker, University of Akron
"Tea Parties Past and Present" Cynthia Willis-Chun, Hiram College
"Tea, Terrorism, & Fear" Audrey Wagstaff Cunningham, Hiram College
312055
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Locating Voice(s) in Public Discourses of Food and Risk
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Masha Sukovic, Texas A&M Univ
Presenters:
Sarah N. Heiss, University of Vermont
Anne E. Kerber, Winona State University
Laura A. Lindenfeld, Univ of Maine
Alyssa Grace Millner, King College
Richard Watts, University of Vermont
Respondent: Heather J. Carmack, Missouri State Univ
312057
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Discovering Voice through Acting, Improv and Performance: An Exercise Exchange
Sponsor: Theatre Division
Chair: Sara Nalley, Columbia College
Presenters:
Sharon Ammen, St. Mary of the Woods College
M. Susan Anthony, DePauw University
Sherry Bube, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Kimberly M. Cuny, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Darlene Graves, Liberty University
Tyler Hutcheson, St. Mary of the Woods College
Noah Lelek, University of Missouri
Karen S. Mitchell, Univ of Northern Iowa
Julie Rae Mollenkamp, University of Central Missouri
Sara Nalley, Columbia College
Eric D. Ronis, Champlain College
Matt Saltzberg, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Jennifer Holmes Socas, Pace University
John E. Socas, Bronx Community College
Susan Tomasovic, George Mason Univ
312060
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Building a Better Bridge: Improving Environmental Communication between Organizations and the
Public
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Leah Sprain, Colorado State University
Respondent: William J. Kinsella, North Carolina State University
"Who's Voice Matters? A Multiple Stakeholder Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility" Esther Otis, Kansas
State University
"Rhetoric and Risk: The 2010 Michigan Fish Advisory" James Cherney, Wayne State Univ; Nathan T. Stewart,
Wayne State Univ; Pradeep Sopory, Wayne State Univ; Donna Kashian, Wayne State University
"Community Engagement and Transformation: Case Studies in Municipal Sustainability Planning from Alberta,
Canada" Moira Calder, Legislative Assembly of Alberta; Mary A. Beckie, University of Alberta
"Eco(logical) and Eco(nomic) Harmony: Bridging Our Oikoi and Reframing Innovation Discourses to Embody
Lifeworld Wellness" Elizabeth K. Rush, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
312061
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Cross Examination Debate Association Executive Committee Meeting
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Presenters:
Jeffrey Jarman, Wichita State University
Sarah Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
Eric R Morris, Missouri State University
Mary Lynn Sandoz, Vanderbilt University
Gordon W. Stables, Univ of Southern California
Michael Kenneth Davis, James Madison Univ
Robert Atchison, Wake Forest University
Paul E. Mabrey III, James Madison Univ
V.I. Keenan, City University of New York
David L. Steinberg, University of Miami
Kathryn Rubino, CEDA
312062
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in Visual Communication
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Chuck Goehring, San Diego State University
Respondent: Brian A. Lain, University of North Texas
"Designing and Living: Cultures of Home and Martha Stewart Living" Melanie McNaughton, Bridgewater State
University
"The Story of a Hole: Aristotle’s Phantasia, Visual Rhetoric, and Haunting Voices in Places of Public Memory" Roger
Aden, Ohio University
"Virtual Photography: Playing with Photography in Video Games and Game-Art" Heidi Mau, Temple University
"Visual Practices of Digital Network Memory: Inventing and Remembering with Digital Images, Places, and
Publics" Jason Kalin, North Carolina State University
312070
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Finding Voice in the Queer Book: Spotlight on GLBTQ Communication Scholarship
Sponsor: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division
Chair: Danielle Stern, Christopher Newport Univ
Presenters:
Tony E. Adams, Northeastern Illinois Univ
Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
Jane Campbell, Purdue Univ, Calumet
Theresa M. Carilli, Purdue Univ, Calumet
Dustin B. Goltz, DePaul University
Karen E. Lovaas, San Francisco State Univ
312071
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Voices of the American Dream
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Craig R. Smith, California State Univ, Long Beach
Respondent: Craig R. Smith, California State Univ, Long Beach
"Commodifying the American Dream: Reaganomics and the Return of the Free Market" Geoffrey D. Klinger,
DePauw University
"Currying Resentment: The Price by Which the American Dream is Sold" Zac Gershberg, California State University,
Stanislaus
"Preaching the American Dream: His Master's Voice During the 2008 Presidential Election" Connie Young-Johnson,
Univ of Texas, Austin
"The 'Dream' of Secession and Jefferson Davis' Rhetorical Creation of the Sovereign State" R. Brandon Anderson,
California State Univ, Long Beach
312072
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Voices of Success: Building a Better Conference Submission
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman University
Presenters:
Alan K. Goodboy, Bloomsburg University
Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
Danette Ifert Johnson, Ithaca College
Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman University
Paul Witt, Texas Christian University
Respondent: Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University
312073
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Do You Want To Be Right or Do You Want to be Effective? Using Your Voice to Deal with Difficult
People in the Academy
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Sarah B. Feldner, Marquette University
Presenters:
Karrin Anderson, Colorado State University
Sarah B. Feldner, Marquette University
Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
Kristina Horn Sheeler, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Indianapolis
Claire H. Procopio, Southeastern Louisiana Univ
Helen Tate, Columbia College
312082
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
St. Charles - 41st Floor
Black Caucus Business Meeting
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Presenters:
Kesha Morant Williams, Penn State, Berks
Marnel Niles, California State University, Fresno
Anntarie Lanita Sims, College of New Jersey
Sheena Howard, Rider University
Kandace Harris, Shaw University
Shavonne R. Shorter, Purdue University
Mackenzie Jordan, Howard University
Dorthy L. Pennington, University of Kansas
Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
312093
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
The World is Flat: Voices from the UNFlat World
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chairs: Eric Durham, Chungnam National University; Eric Durham, Chungnam National University
Presenters:
Christopher Brown, Ohio State University
Nickesia S-A Gordon, Barry University
Sakara Remmu, Sable Verity Commentary Blog
312095
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Decolonizing Voice: An Asiacentric Approach
Sponsors: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Bhavana R. Upadhyaya, SSFGLOBAL, India
Respondent: Margaret Miller Butcher, Fort Hays State University
"'Where Can I Find Some Good Udon Here?' Voices of Japanese Americans in the Midwest " Precious Vida
Yamaguchi, Cedar Crest College
"Philosophical Underpinnings of the Concept 'Voice': The Need to Decolonize" Bhavana R. Upadhyaya, SSFGLOBAL,
India
"Redefining the Notion of Voice: A So-called 'Victim' Perspective" Maria Jessica Crespo, Clarion University of
Pennsylvania
"Remixing the Script: Sonic Negotiations and Articulations of Post-Colonial Voice" Stephanie Eisenberg, San
Francisco State University
"The Forgotten Voices of Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the Medical Community " Audrey Riffenburgh,
University of New Mexico
"Voice of Asian-Americans in the Workplace: Issues and Challenges" Pawena Sirimangkala, Barry University
"Whose Voice? Parenting Issues Amongst Interracial Couples" Bessie L. Lawton, West Chester Univ
312101
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Islam and Neoliberalism: Mapping Connections
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Tabassum Khan, University of California, Riverside
Presenters:
Adisa Busuladzic, University of Sarajevo
Drew McDaniel, Ohio University
Fernando Resende, Fluminense Federal University (UFF)
Respondent: Toby Miller, University of California, Riverside
312103
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
The (New?) Communication of Activism: Protest, Consumerism, and Media Technologies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Tiara R. Naputi, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
"Collective, Contentious, and Vibrant: Agency and Politics of Cyberactivism in the 2009 Whole Foods Boycott on
Facebook" Jiyeon Kang, University of Iowa
"Im/Material Culture (or, Shopping with Bono and Oprah): ‘Product RED’ and the Rhetorical Iconography of
Charitable Consumption" Cindy Spurlock, Appalachian State Univ
"Legitimizing and Delegitimizing Strategies: The Discursive Representation of Teacher Unions in 'Waiting for
Superman'" April Copes, Howard University
312104
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Top Papers in Mass Communication Research
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Adam C. Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
Respondent: Marina Krcmar, Wake Forest University
"Persuasiveness of a Humorous Narrative Combined with an Explicit Persuasive Appeal" Emily Moyer-Guse, Ohio
State University; John Tchernev, Ohio State University; Whitney Walther, Ohio State University
"Imperfect Heroes and Villains: Patterns of Upholding and Violating Distinct Moral Domains and Character
Appeal" Ron Tamborini, Michigan State University; Matthew Grizzard, Michigan State University; Allison L. Eden, VU
University Amsterdam; Robert Lewis, Michigan State University
"Social Aggression on Television and Its Relationship to Children's Aggression in the Classroom" Nicole Martins,
Indiana University; Barbara J. Wilson, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Adolescents, Morality and Interactive Entertainment: The Influence of Moral Salience on Actions and Entertainment
Experience in Interactive Media" Sven Joeckel, Universitat Erfurt; Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University;
Leyla Dogruel, Free University of Berlin
"Partisan Audience Polarization: Beyond Selective Exposure" Thomas Ksiazek, Villanova University
312106
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Dissent and Resistance
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Mease, Texas A&M Univ
Respondent: Dennis K. Mumby, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Angry Voices: Testing Connections between Organizational Dissent and Employee Aggression, Burnout, and
Commitment" Johny Garner, Texas Christian University
"Asserting Contested Power: Exploring the Control-resistance Dialectic in the World Trade Organization’s Discourse
of Globalization" Rachel A. Stohr, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Constraining Voices and 'Getting the Ugly Out of the Way': The Role of Email in Dissent Expression" Sally Hastings,
Univ of Central Florida; Holly J. Payne, Western Kentucky Univ
"Organizational Dissent: A Cross-Cultural Analysis" Stephen Croucher, Marist College; Kim Balcerzak, Marist College;
Deborah Bowles, Marist College; Connie M Castellano, SUNYIT; Billie Dunn, Marist College; LaToya Evans, Marist
College; Candice West, Marist College; Dini Massad Homsey, University of Oklahoma
"Stressing Out about Dissent: Examining the Relationship between Coping Strategies and Dissent
Expression" Jeffrey Kassing, Arizona State Univ, West
312108
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Magical Thinking and the Illusion of Control
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Respondent: Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest University
"Recovering Voice: The Multi-Vocal Narratives of Rwandan Women" Kathryn Toelken, Univ of South Alabama
"The Vernacular Discourse of Discontent: The Dalit’s Views of Caste and Race and Racism" Purba Das, Ohio
University Southern
"The Disneyfication of the World: A Grobalization Perspective" Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida; Lauren
Palermo, University of Central Florida
"Constructing Ambivalence: An Analysis of Audience Perception of Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon" ChihYun Chiang, College of Charleston
312112
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Applied Communication in Organizational Contexts
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Colleen Arendt, Fairfield University
Respondent: Debra Ford, University of Kansas Medical Center
"Effects of Interviewer Characteristics on the Applicant’s Attractiveness to an Organization: Examination of the Initial
Interview" Daniel Almanza, Millikin University; Isabel C. Botero, Aarhus University
"Negotiating the Meaning of Organizational Expertise: Firefighters’ Epistemic Denial" Elizabeth Minei, University of
Oklahoma; Ryan S. Bisel, University of Oklahoma
"Responses to Organizational Mandates: The Attenuating Affects of Voice on Psychological Reactance and
Dissent" Willona Olison, DePaul University; Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
"Understanding Minority Entrepreneurs Reluctance to Utilize Normative Business Standards: An Exploratory
Study" Kathy Barnett, Loyola Univ of New Orleans; Jean Meyer, Loyola University; Daphne Main, Loyola University
New Orleans
312113
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Top Papers in Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: John Lyne, Univ of Pittsburgh
"Master Tropes and the Prefiguration of Plant Ecology: Invention of a New Science" Lawrence J. Prelli, Univ of New
Hampshire
"Reading the Schema: A Reception Study of Visuals in Chemistry" Michelle Sidler, Auburn University
"Recovering the Voice in the Blackbox: A Story of Rhetoricians' Rhetoric about the Rhetoric of Technology" Mark
Ward, Univ of Houston, Victoria
"The Holy Grail of Physics: String Theory and the Pursuit of Unification" Brent Yergensen, Dixie State College of
Utah
"The Voice of the Frontiersman: Francis Collins and Human Genome Research" Leah M. Ceccarelli, University of
Washington
312115
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
From PSAs and HIV, to Pregnant Women and People with Disabilities: The Many Voices of Mass
Communication
Sponsors: Health Communication Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Chan Le Thai, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Respondent: Jakob D. Jensen, University of Utah
"The Impact of Attitude Accessibility and Message Perceptions on Adolescents’ Retention of Anti-Smoking Public
Service Announcements" Elisabeth Bigsby, Northeastern University; Jennifer L. Monahan, University of Georgia; David
Ewoldsen, Ohio State University
"Consuming Image: How Mass Media Impact the Self Identity of People with Disabilities" Lingling Zhang, Towson
University; Beth Haller, Towson University
"Explicating the Effects of Gain and Loss Framed Messages on HIV Test Intentions: Integrating Theories of Message
Effects, Information Processing and Behavior Change" Shawnika Hull, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"A Qualitative Analysis of the Role of Magazine Portrayals of Celebrity Pregnancy in Social Comparison Processes in
Pregnant Women" K. Megan Hopper, Illinois State University
"It Matters to Me: An Examination of the Impact of Information Utility on PSA Message Perceptions" Tracy Worrell,
Rochester Institute of Technology
312121
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
The Obama Effect—Emergent and Divergent Voices Since the 2008 Campaign
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Political Communication Division
Chair: Catherine Squires, University of Minnesota
Presenters:
Bertram Ashe, University of Richmond
Aimee Carrillo Rowe, University of Iowa
Dina Gavrilos, University of St Thomas
Heather Harris, Stevenson University
Rebecca A. Kuehl, South Dakota State University
Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
Robert Spicer, Rutgers University
312122
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Socially Constructing Identity and Relationship
Sponsor: Communication as Social Construction Division
Chair: Katie Margavio Striley, Ohio University
"Is the Voluntarily Childlessness Stigma Evolutionarily Justified? (Top 3 Paper)" Jeff Halford, Keene State College
"'Of Course, My Mother Had to Create Her Family': The Social Construction of Motherhood by Holocaust Survivor
Mothers and Their Daughters" Samantha Gable, Villanova University; Sheryl Perlmutter Bowen, Villanova University
"Ricoeur’s Narrative Identity as a Way to Explore Individual and Society Co-construction" Joëlle Basque, University
of Montreal; Marie-France Vermette, University of Ottawa
"Memento Mori: Processing Silenced Memories of the 'Suicide Dead' by a Living Survivor" Nicholas Zoffel, Sierra
College
"(Re)introducing The Interactional Case Study Method" Gregory Thompson, University of California, San Diego
312123
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Clash of the Voices: Class Warfare in the Media’s Political Choir
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: Michelle Selk, Sul Ross State University
Presenters:
Reynaldo S. Anderson, Harris Stowe College
Mark D. Cruea, Ohio Northern University
Samuel Jay, University of Denver
John T. Llewellyn, Wake Forest University
Alfred G. Mueller II, Mount St. Mary's University
Rachel Rigdon, Northwestern University
Lindsey Rose, Ohio University
Raechel Tiffe, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
312125
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Virtuality as a Way of Seeing and Not Seeing: Embodied and Dis-Embodied Experiences
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Grace Leinbach Coggio, University of Wisconsin, River-Falls
Respondent: Paul Scovell, Salisbury University
"Embodied Experiences in Immersive Virtual Environments: Effects on Pro-Environmental Self-Efficacy and
Behavior" Sun Joo Ahn, Stanford Univ; Jeremy N. Bailenson, Stanford University
"Manipulating Virtual Representations to Promote Sunscreen Use" Jesse Fox, Ohio State University; Jeremy N.
Bailenson, Stanford University
"The Proteus Effect in Dyadic Communication: Examining the Effect of Avatar Appearance in Computer-Mediated
Dyadic Interaction" Brandon Van Der Heide, Ohio State University; Erin Schumaker, Ohio State University; Ashley
Peterson, Ohio State University; Elizabeth Jones, Ohio State University
"The Role of Personal Experience in Forming Spatial Presence in a Video Gaming Context" Mu Wu, Penn State
University; Paul Skalski, Cleveland State University
"The Virtual Locker Room Revisited: Video Game Design and Acceptance of Hate Speech in Online Gaming" Ryan
Rogers, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
312127
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Goals and Planning in Social Interaction
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Amy E. Chadwick, Ohio University
Respondent: Matthew McGlone, Univ of Texas, Austin
"When and How Goals are Contagious in Social Interaction" Nicholas A. Palomares, Univ of California, Davis
"A Test of the Conflict Linkage Model" Dale Hample, University of Maryland; Adam Richards, University of Maryland;
Ling Na, University of Maryland
"Imagined Interactions as a Deterrent to Students’ Antisocial Email Requests" Kristen M. Berkos, Bryant University
"A Methodological Review of Imagined Interaction Research" Martijn J. Van Kelegom, University of Tennessee;
Michael Kotowski, University of Tennessee; Kenneth J. Levine, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
312128
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Online Political Deliberation Processes
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: David Weiss, Montana State Univ, Billings
Respondent: Danielle Wiese Leek, Grand Valley State Univ
"Considering Online Public Debate in Authoritarian Contexts: The Internet and Cultivation of Civic Competence for
Democracy" Xiao Wu, Northwestern University
"How Could You Think That? Creating a Measure of and Understanding Correlates of Political Flaming" Myiah J
Hutchens, Texas Tech Univ; Vincent J. Cicchirillo, University of Texas, Austin; Jay Daniel Hmielowski, Yale University
"Is Deliberation Finally Online? Exploratory Analysis of Citizen Voice in a Structurally Unique Online Discussion
Board" Maegan Stephens, Univ of Texas, Austin
"The Locations of Contention: Genres and Narratives of Online Public Discourse During the 2008 Candlelight Protests
in South Korea" Kyung Lee, University of Pennsylvania
312129
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Communication and Law Division Top Papers
Sponsor: Communication and Law Division
Chair: Sarah Ubel, Washburn University
Respondent: Irwin Mallin, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
"Indecency in the 21st Century: Revisiting the Assumptions of the Regulation of Indecent Broadcasting" Christopher
Seaman, University of California, Santa Barbara; Daniel Linz, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Interrupting Justice: Interruptions in Supreme Court Proceedings" Nick Merola, Univ of Texas, Austin; Vysali
Soundararajan, University of Texas, Austin
"Optimizing Voices from the Witness Box: The Effects of Physician-Defendant Testimony on Findings of NurseDefendant Negligence in Medical Malpractice" Susan H. Sarapin, Purdue University; Emily Haas, Purdue University;
Scott McWilliams, Jurinex Legal Services; Rahul Mitra, Purdue University; Melanie Morgan, Purdue University
"The Case of Corrupted Coverage - Press Coverage and Framing Effects of the Citizens United Decision" Matthew
Thornton, Louisiana State University
312130
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Contested Generational Voices of Imagined work and Digital Mobility
Sponsor: Communication and the Future Division
Chair: Edward E. Tywoniak, Saint Mary's College of California
"Communication Perspectives on Social Networking and Citizen Journalism Challenges to Traditional
Newspapers" James Katz, Rutgers University
"The Haunting Voice of Kirk Cameron: Communication Studies After the Next Theoretical Rapture" Sean R Tiffee,
Univ of Texas, Austin
"It Takes an Online Community: Rethinking Motherhood, Technnology and Community in the 21st Century" Aimee
Lau, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Ali Gattoni, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Examining Creative Collaboration on Visible Effort: A Pilot Study and Directions for Visual Collaboration as
Individuals or Groups on the Internet" Rebecca K. Ivic, Purdue University
"Giving Children a Voice: A Study of YouTube Video Memorials Featuring Children and the Women and Girls Who
Memorialize Them" Rebecca Dinning Brinkmann, Lee University
"Choice and Voice: Flexible Working Patterns as Represented in Films from 1930-2009" Erin Christie, Rutgers
University
"Voicing the Future Needs of CMC Service Users: The Prospect of Redesigning Systems for Enhanced
Compatibility" Jocelyn DeAngelis, Rutgers University
312131
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
National Forensic Association Business Meeting
Sponsor: National Forensic Association
Presenters:
Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
Karen R. Morris, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Dan Smith, Bradley University
Richard Paine, North Central College
R. Randolph Richardson, Berry College
Raymond A. Quiel, Eastern Michigan University
Chip Hall, Carson-Newman College
Daniel A. West, Ohio University
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
312132
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Psychoanalysis and Politics
Sponsor: Association for Psychoanalysis in Communication
Chair: Matthew B. Morris, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Shaun Treat, University of North Texas
"'If You See a Good Fight, Get In It': Vernon Johns and the Analytic Ethos" Kimberly Huff, Georgia State University
"Finitude's Wake: Temporality and the Subject in Late Capitalism" Robert Olen McDonald, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The Rhetoric of Enhancing the Human: Examining the Tropes of 'the Human' and 'Dignity' in Contemporary
Bioethical Debates Over Enhancement Technologies" Kurt Zemlicka, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Uncanny Voice and the Vicarious Cosmopolitanism: Pseudo-Diegetic Voice of Kim Sun Il and Traumatized
Modernity" Yongwoo Lee, Cornell University
312134
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
RCA Business Meeting
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Presenters:
Kathleen Edelmayer, Madonna University
Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
J. Matthew Melton, Lee University
Calvin L. Troup, Duquesne University
Robert H. Woods, Spring Arbor University
Rodney Reynolds, California Lutheran University
312141
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Top Four Papers in Family Communication
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Loreen Olson, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Respondent: Mary Claire Morr Serewicz, University of Denver
"Alexithymia and Marital Quality: The Mediating Role of Relational Maintenance Behaviors" Colin Hesse, Univ of
Missouri, Columbia; Perry M. Pauley, San Diego State University; Nick Frye, University of Missouri
"Parental Invasive Behaviors and Emerging Adults’ Privacy Defenses: Instrument Development and
Validation" Andrew M. Ledbetter, Texas Christian University; Tennley A Vik, Ohio University
"The Association between Parent and Adult Child Shyness, Social Skills, and Perceived Family Communication
Environment" Analisa Arroyo, University of Arizona; Natalie Nevarez, University of Arizona; Chris Segrin, University of
Arizona; Jake Harwood, University of Arizona
"Young Adult Confidants’ Flashbulb Memories of Important Parental Disclosures: Message Components that
Characterize Successful Boundary Management" Erin Donovan-Kicken, Univ of Texas, Austin; Charee Mooney, Univ of
Texas, Austin; Leah LeFebvre, Univ of Texas, Austin; Andrew C. Tollison, Univ of Texas, Austin
312142
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Nonverbal Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Nonverbal Communication Division
Presenters:
Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Jonathan M Bowman, University of San Diego
Judee K. Burgoon, University of Arizona
Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma
Valerie Manusov, University of Washington
Norah E. Dunbar, University of Oklahoma
Cindy H. White, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
312143
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Uncertainty-Related Processes in Close Relationships
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Bevan, Chapman University
"Relational Uncertainty and the Investment Model in Romantic Relationships" Alan Mikkelson, Whitworth University;
Perry M. Pauley, San Diego State University; Kari Olson, Whitworth University
"Themes of Relational Uncertainty and Interference from Partners in Depression" Leanne Knobloch, Univ of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign; Amy Delaney, Univ of Illinois
"An Examination of Attraction, Romantic Intent, and Relational Uncertainty in Cross-Sex Friendships" Colleen C.
Malachowski, West Virginia University; Megan R. Dillow, West Virginia University
"Gr8 Textpectations: An Examination of the Role of Need for Closure in Parental Anxiety" Stephanie Robbins, Univ
of California, Santa Barbara; Walid Afifi, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Ambiguity in Cohabiting Partnerships: The Content and Similarity of Partners' Reports of Relational
Uncertainty" Keli Ryan Steuber, University of Iowa; Jennifer S. Priem, Univ of Texas, Austin; Lindsey Thomas,
University of Iowa; Joshua R. Pederson, University of Iowa; Kristina Scharp, University of Iowa
312144
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Service-Learning Discussion Circles: Giving Voice to Students, the Community and to Scholarship
Sponsor: Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Karyn I. Friesen, Montgomery College
"01. Hearing Voices: Service-Learning in an Interpersonal Communication Course" Joel P. Litvin, Bridgewater State
University
"02. Using Their Voice and Helping the Community Find Theirs in a Communication Training Course" Toni S.
Whitfield, James Madison Univ
"03. The Media Literacy Service-Learning Project: Capturing Student and Community Voices through Video
Production" Angela M Paradise, Stonehill College
"04. Creating Voice in a Small Group Communication Class" Tammy Swenson Lepper, Winona State Univ
"05. Looking at the Use of Voice from Around the World in Gender Communication" Athena A. du Pre', Univ of West
Florida
"06. Using Service-Learning to Facilitate Learning about, Modeling, Structuring, and Facilitating Community
Dialogue" Lori Leonard Britt, James Madison Univ
"07. Generating Continuity Across Service-Learning Courses in the Public Relations Curriculum" Jonathan R Slater,
SUNY, Plattsburgh; Kirsten Isgro, SUNY; Colleen Lemza, SUNY, Plattsburgh
"08. Tell Me a Story: The Use of Stories in Interpersonal Communiation" Julie Weeks Simanski, Des Moines Area
Community College
"09. Giving Younger Children a Voice: Service-Learning in Media Courses" Jennifer L. McCullough, Kent State
University
"10. Voices of Cultures: Intercultural Communication Partners" Hui-Min Kuo, Rutgers University
"11. Forming a Voice: Strategic Communication Campaigns" Erin Szabo, College of St. Benedict/ St. John's
University
"12. Graduate Student Voices in the Community: Using Service-Learning to Teach Graduate Students" Faith E.
Mullen, Liberty University; William L. Mullen, Liberty University
"13. Directing Students to Conduct a Communication Audit with Non-Profit Organizations" Kimberly Bruce, West
Texas A&M Univ
"14. Giving Voice to Community and Non-profit Organizations through Public Speaking Service-Learning
Projects" Sara C. Weintraub, Regis College
"15. Using Public Service Campaigns as Teaching Tools in Persuasion: How Getting your Students into the
Community can Teach them “Real World” Persuasion Theory and Skills" Jessica M. Henry, Hastings College
"16. Online Service-Learning: Creating an Online Training and Development Resource for Local Non-Profit
Organizations" Jennifer T. Edwards, Tarleton State Univ
"17. Large-Scale Community Based Learning in an Innovative Introductory Communication Course" Carol J. Bruess,
University of St. Thomas; Kevin O. Sauter, University of St. Thomas
"18. The Nuts and Bolts of Service-Learning" Clark W. Friesen, Tomball College
312151
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Voicing the Voiceless: Shaping Social Norms in Women's Health
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
Respondent: Kami Anderson, Southern Polytechnic State Univ
"'Too Blessed To Be Stressed' African-American Women, Diabetes And Alzheimer’s Disease: Do These Women Have
a Voice In Society?" Jane M. McGinn, Southern Connecticut State Univ
"Do You Really Want to Know How I Feel? Breast Cancer Culture, Faith Talk, and the Myth of the Strong Black
Woman" Annette Madlock Gatison, Southern Connecticut State University
"Finding a Voice: Motives for Online Disclosure for People Experiencing Invisible Illnesses" Kristen Willett, George
Mason Univ
"Seeking and Receiving Effective Social Support for Postpartum Depression: How Support Groups Function to Both
Silence and Encourage Voices of Motherhood" LaKesha Anderson, Indiana State University
"Weighty Secrets: The Discourse of Secrecy and Its Connection to the Stigma of Being Overweight" Shana
Kopaczewski, Southern Connecticut State University
312153
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Echoes of Immanuel Kant: Rhetoric’s Kantian Inheritance
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Chair: Gina Ercolini, University of South Carolina
Respondent: Arthur E. Walzer, Univ of Minnesota
"Ethical Criticism and the Search for Rhetoric in Kant" Scott R. Stroud, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Kant’s Enlightenment Legacy: Critique, Popularity, and Publicity" Gina Ercolini, University of South Carolina
"Redefining the Enlightened Citizen: Phronesis in Post-Kantian Democracy" Pat J. Gehrke, Univ of South Carolina
312154
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Communication Centers Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication Centers Division
Presenters:
Sue Weber, University of Pennsylvania
Jennifer Butler Ellis, Michigan State University
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Univ of Southern Mississippi
312156
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Undergraduate College and University Section Business Meeting
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Presenters:
Colleen Garside, Weber State Univ
Teresa H. Housel, Hope College
Cami M. Sanderson, Ferris State University
Barbara Burke, University of Minnesota, Morris
312157
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Civic Voice and the Public Work of Rhetoric
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: David W Seitz, Penn State University, Greater Allegheny
Presenters:
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Thomas W. Benson, Penn State University
Karma R. Chávez, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Eric English, University of Pittsburgh
Katie Kavanagh O'Neill, University of Pittsburgh
John J. Rief, Univ of Pittsburgh
Brent A Saindon, Davis and Elkins College
Respondents: John M. Ackerman, Univ of Colorado, Boulder; Carolyn R. Miller, North Carolina State University; M.
Lane Bruner, Georgia State University
312158
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Situation, Habitation, Organization: Exploring the Contextual Dimensions of Rhetorical Phenomena
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Dale Cyphert, University of Northern Iowa
"Rhetorical Organization: Material Decision Making Rules for Autonomous Agents" Dale Cyphert, University of
Northern Iowa
"Fragmentation and Circulation of Mass Mediated Messages and the Rhetorical Construction of Social
Identities" Heather Roy, Syracuse University
"Rhetorical Situation or Event?" Mark Schaukowitch, University of South Carolina
"Voices Howling in the City: Re-wilding our Urban Narratives" Natasha Seegert, University of Utah
"Toward a Systemic Understanding of Meaning: Retreading and Renewing the Question of the Habitation of
Rhetoric" Kristyn E Meyer, Univ of Texas, Austin
3:30 PM
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Boardroom - First Floor
NCA-Forum Business Meeting
Sponsor: NCA Forum
Presenters:
Damien Smith Pfister, Univ of Nebraska- Lincoln
Timothy Steffensmeier, Kansas State Univ
J. Michael Hogan, Penn State University
Cindy Spurlock, Appalachian State Univ
Lisa Keranen, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Stephen J. Hartnett, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Gordon Mitchell, University of Pittsburgh
313011
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Charles H. Woolbert Award Panel: Critique of “Modernism, Postmodernism, and Communication
Studies: A Rereading of an Ongoing Debate”
Sponsor: NCA Research Board
Chair: Karen Tracy, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Respondent: Dennis K. Mumby, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Communication is (Im)Possible: Self-Deconstruction on the Continuum of Disciplinary Discourses" Jay Brower,
Western Connecticut State Univ
"Discourses of Distinction and Admiration" Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
"Rereading Modernism, Postmodernism, and Communication Studies" Steve May, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
"Thinking Beyond the Binary: A Foothold for Feminisms" Karen Lee Ashcraft, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
313012
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Top Papers in Performance Studies
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
Respondent: Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
"Badgering Big Brother: Spectacle, Surveillance, and Politics in the Flash Mob" Rebecca Walker, University of North
Texas
"Listening to a Brick: Hearing Location Performatively" Chris McRae, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Expressions of Experience, Tools for Transformation: Performing Medical Narratives" Leigh Anne Howard, Univ of
Southern Indiana
"Meet on the Slope, Part on the Square: The Library Project and Dialogic Art" Joe Hassert, Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale
"'You are Not Allowed to Talk About Production': Narratization on (and off) the Set of CBS’s Big Brother" Ragan Fox,
California State University, Long Beach
313013
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Lift Every Voice: Nubian Women's Issues in Academe, the Media, and Government
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
"Disney's Princesses of Color: A Self-Sacrificing Narrative" Megan Tomei, Florida Atlantic Univ
"Gender Role Construction and Relations among Kenyan Immigrants to the United States" Consolata Nthemba
Mutua, Univ of New Mexico
"Gender, Race and Online Discussion by Americans of African Women in an International News Story" Augustina
Amakye, African University College of Communications; William J. Brown, Regent University
"In Whose Voice? The Historical Contexts of Women and Minorities in Electronic Media" Rebecca Ann Lind,
University of Illinois, Chicago
"Speaking of African Women’s Agency, Activism and Complementary Gender Roles: A Look at African
Feminism" Annie Duru, Howard University
"Spoketokenism: Black Women Talking Back About Graduate School Experiences" Subrina Robinson, California
State University, Long Beach
"What Makes a Mother? Race, Class and the Narratives of Mother/Daughter Relationships in Finding Christa and
Secrets and Lies" Dijana Jelaca, Univ of Massachusetts
313014
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Challenges and Opportunities in Bridging the Digital Divide: Diverse Populations, Access, and Use
Sponsor: Partnership for Progress on the Digital Divide
Chair: Jorge R. Schement, Rutgers University
"The Parent Factor: Parental Involvement in Children’s Computer Use in Low- and Middle-Income
Neighborhoods" Donna Celano, La Salle University
"Strivers 2.0: Digital Inequalities, Channel Preferences, & Opportunity Structures" Laura Robinson, Santa Clara
University
"Children of Immigrants and the Digital Divide: What Do We Know?" Vikki S Katz, Rutgers University
"Telecommunications Policy for the Digital Age: Diversity, Exclusion, and the Promise of Universal Internet
Access" Jorge R. Schement, Rutgers University; Susan B. Kretchmer, Johns Hopkins University
313015
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Lambda Pi Eta: Top Student Papers
Sponsor: Lambda Pi Eta
Chair: Jeff Pierson, Bridgewater College
Respondent: Carl T. Hyden, Morgan State University
"From Chaos to Harmony: Metamorphosis in Pärt's 'Credo'" Daniel Saunders, Wheaton College
"Nationwide Newspaper Coverage of Healthy Eating: A Community Structure Approach" Erin Prendergast, College of
New Jersey; Kaitlin Connor, College of New Jersey; Melissa Redmond, College of New Jersey; Kelly Rossiter, College of
New Jersey; Kathleen Ward, College of New Jersey
"Nationwide Newspaper Coverage of Latino Immigration: A Community Structure Approach" Eboni Wingo, College
of New Jersey; Carolina Chica, College of New Jersey; John C. Pollock, College of New Jersey
"Nationwide Newspaper Coverage of Medicated Children: A Community Structure Approach" Kathleen Ward, College
of New Jersey; Julie Buxbaum, College of New Jersey; Elizabeth Fella, College of New Jersey; Arash Nouri, College of
New Jersey
"The Effectiveness of Word Completion Tasks as a Measure of Aggressive Cognitions" Britney N. Craighead,
University of California, Santa Barbara; Callie E Hargis, University of California, Santa Barbara; Joseph I. Kim,
University of California, Santa Barbara; Ted O. McCrea, University of California, Santa Barbara; Georgina A. McNerney,
University of California, Santa Barbara; Vanessa L. Werkheiser, University of California, Santa Barbara
313022
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Rhetoric and Remembrance
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Greg Dickinson, Colorado State University
Respondent: Sara VanderHaagen, Loyola University
"Lincoln Reminiscences and Nineteenth-Century Portraiture: The Private Virtues of Presidential Character" Shawn J.
Parry-Giles, University of Maryland; David Kaufer, Carnegie Mellon University
"Strategies of Intellectual Public Address: William James Remembers the Massachusetts 54th" Paul H. Stob,
Vanderbilt University
"Carnival after Katrina: Popular Commemoration in a Time of Crisis" Ekaterina V. Haskins, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute
313023
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
A New Generation of Research on Persuasion and Social Influence in Learning and Development
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Stephanie E. Kelly, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Respondent: Nancy F. Burroughs, California State University, Stanislaus
"Compliance-Gaining in the Classroom: An Examination of Instructor and Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of
Student Behavioral Alteration Techniques" Christopher J. Claus, West Virginia University; Danette Ifert Johnson,
Ithaca College
"Encouraging Active Stress Management among Graduate Students: Formative Research for a Persuasion through
the Stages Approach" Samantha Nazione, Michigan State University; Kristin Pace, Michigan State University; Alicia
Shugart, CDC; Sandi W. Smith, Michigan State University
"Psychological Reactance in the Classroom: Request Politeness, Relationship Distance, and Resistance
Intention" Qin Zhang, Fairfield University; David Sapp, Fairfield University
"Student Antisocial Compliance-Gaining as a Function of Instructor Aggressive Communication and Classroom
Justice" Rebecca M. Chory, West Virginia University; Christopher J. Claus, West Virginia University; Colleen C.
Malachowski, West Virginia University
313024
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Top Papers in Ethnography
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chairs: Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior; Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State
Univ; Christopher N. Poulos, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Respondent: Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior
"That Baby Will Cost You: An Intended Ambivalent Pregnancy" Sandra Faulkner, Bowling Green State Univ
"Zeno’s Paradox: Voices of Martial Art Bodies" Jieyoung Kong, Arizona State Univ
"'Criteria Against Ourselves?' Or, How I Stopped Worrying and Started Writing Narrative Again" Andrew F.
Herrmann, East Tennessee State University
"Voices of Voluntary Childlessness: Emergent Pronatalist Discourses and Communicative Resistance to
Reproduction" Julia K Moore, San Diego State Univ
"The Remarcation of Identity: Online Health Forums, Rhetorical Identification, and Stories of HPV
Exposure" Jennifer A Malkowski, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
313025
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Language and Talk in Organizational Contexts
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Theresa R. Castor, Univ of Wisconsin, Parkside
"Balancing multiple roles through professional consensus: A microanalysis of client-professional interaction during
the event of fixing the service outcome" Sae Oshima, Aarhus University
"Exploring Essentially Three-Part Courses of Action" Heidi A.K. Kevoe-Feldman, Northeastern University; Jeffrey
Robinson, Portland State University
"Asking Different Types of Polar Questions: The Interplay between Context, Turn, and Sequence in Writing
Conferences" Innhwa Park, Univ of California, Los Angeles
"Discourse Elements in Collegiate Classroom Discussion: Multivocalic and Polyphonic Interactions" Heidi L. Muller,
Univ of Northern Colorado
"Definitional Discord: Deconstructing the Various Discursive Structures and Meanings of American
Volunteerism" Disraelly Cruz, Univ of South Dakota
313027
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 6 - Second Floor
Women's Caucus Business Meeting
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Presenters:
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Yahui Zhang, Wayland Baptist Univ
LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
Jennifer Dunn, Dominican University
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
Helen Tate, Columbia College
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
313028
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
"I am Not Just a Number!": Helping Students Actively Find their Voice and Identity in Online
Communication Classes
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Aimee D. DuBois, Normandale Community College
Presenters:
Jacqueline Barker, St. Louis Community College, Meramec
Shannon DeBord, Austin Community College
Aimee D. DuBois, Normandale Community College
Amy S. Hasapis, Illinois Inst of Art
Brian R. Klosa, South Central College
Lauren G. Morgan, College of DuPage
Stephen Thompson, College of DuPage
Susan Ward, Delaware County Community College
313029
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Interpreting the Past, Critiquing the Present
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Sara A. Mehltretter Drury, Wabash College
Respondent: David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
"Ad Hominem and the Rhetoric of History: Battle Scenes from the Texas Textbook Wars" Josh Reeves, North
Carolina State University
"President Barack Obama’s 2009 Address at the NAACP Centennial: Narrative, Synecdoche, and the American
Dream" Marissa Lowe, University of Illinois
"Jon Stewart's 'Rally to Restore Decorum'" Rachel Rigdon, Northwestern University
"Sanity as a Joke: Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and the Ironic Intellectual" Joseph Faina, Univ of Texas, Austin
313031
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Examining LGBTQ Activism and Support, Past to Present
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Chair: Thomas R. Dunn, Univ of Georgia
Respondent: Bradley Gangnon, Minnesota School of Business
"Voice of The Temperamentals: A Portrayal of Gay Activism Before Stonewall" Billy W. Catchings, University of
Indianapolis
"Memory and the Heteronormative Frame: Looking at the Stonewall Anniversary through the Eyes of the News
Media" Mac Pogue, Lewis & Clark College
"'The Government Has No Business': The Impact of Proposition 8 Rhetoric on Marriage Equality, Gender Binaries,
Hegemony and Alternative Voices" Mike Bergmaier, Penn State University
"Understanding the Soulforce Equality Ride as a Toxic Tour: Themes and Implications" Leland G Spencer, University
of Georgia
"Needed Allies: Actively Supporting LGBTQ University Students" Kristina Drumheller, West Texas A&M Univ; Sara
Northrup, West Texas A&M University; Reagan Maldonado, University of North Texas; Heidi Naguib, West Texas A&M
Univ
313051
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Competing Voices, Conflicting Stories: An Assessment of Environmental Voice and Discourse in
Commercial News Media
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Laura A. Lindenfeld, Univ of Maine
"'Spill, Baby, Spill': An Examination of Competing Voices and Discourses in Commercial News Coverage of the 2010
Gulf Disaster" Ellen Moore, University of Washington
"News Constructions of Voices and Actors in the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Recovery Narrative" Anders Hansen,
University of Leicester
"The Transformation of Weather, from 'Spectacle' to 'Voice' for the Environmental Other" Richard J Doherty, Univ of
Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
313052
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
International Student Voices on the American College Campus: Are They Heard?
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Rick Malleus, Seattle University
Presenters:
Joy Yang Jiao, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Jennifer Fairchild, Eastern Kentucky University
Shelly K Stein, Hillsborough Community College
313053
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Vernacular Voices around a Troubled World: Engaging Rhetoric and Ethnography for Social Change
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Ethnography Division
Chair: Gerard A. Hauser, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Presenters:
Sarah Amira De la Garza, Arizona State University
Christine L. Garlough, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Robert Glenn Howard, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Bryan Mark Urbsaitis, City University of New York Laguardia
Mingjie Wang, University of Colorado, Boulder
Respondent: Ralph Cintron, University of Illinois, Chicago
313054
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Seniors Finding Their Voice in Retirement
Sponsors: Communication and Aging Division, Emeritus/Retired Members Section
Chair: Kathleen E. Kendall, University of Maryland
Presenters:
John Hammerback, California State University, East Bay/ University of Washington
Sandra L. Herndon, Ithaca College
Linda Sternberg Katz, University at Albany
Kathleen E. Kendall, University of Maryland
Michael M. Osborn, Univ of Memphis
Elaine V. Tompkins, University of Colorado, Boulder
Phillip K. Tompkins, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
313055
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
An Introduction to College Public Forum
Sponsor: Pi Kappa Delta
Chair: Daniel A. West, Ohio University
Presenters:
Michael Bauer, Ball State University
Marty J. Birkholt, Creighton University
Janis K. Crawford, Butler University
Daniel A. West, Ohio University
Respondent: Brian Swafford, Boise State University
313060
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Assessing Quality in the Online Course
Sponsor: Communication Assessment Division
Chair: Audra Myerchin, Minot State University
Presenters:
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Melinda Tilton, University of Montana, Billings
Shannon C. VanHorn, Valley City State Univ
Jonna Ziniel, Valley City State University
313061
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Marginalized Voices in the Debate Space
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Chair: Paul Mabry, James Madison University
Presenters:
Deven Cooper, California State University, Fullerton
Kevin D. Kuswa, California State University, Fresno
Luis Manuel Magallon Garcia, California State Univ Fullerton
Jillian Marty, Towson University
Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
Respondent: Sarah Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
313062
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Visual Communication Business Meeting
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Presenters:
James Benjamin, University of Toledo
Chuck Goehring, San Diego State University
Katherine Hatfield-Edstrom, Creighton University
Amanda Davis Gatchet, Eastern New Mexico University
Brian A. Lain, University of North Texas
313070
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Empowered Female Voices in Popular Culture: Redefining Feminism
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Sarah E. Stone Watt, Pepperdine University
Respondent: Sarah E. Stone Watt, Pepperdine University
"Combining Perspectives and Crafting Identity: Jezebel.com and Postfeminist Culture" Margeaux Lippman,
University of Washington
"From Frag Dolls to Gamer Moms: Video Gaming Meets Feminist Rhetoric" Shira Chess, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute
"Postfeminist Detectives: Rhetoric, Identity, and Gender" Sarah J. Kornfield, Penn State University
"Stand-Up Comedy and Feminist Ideology: A Closer Look at the Funny Female Profession" Jenny Lewallen,
Pepperdine University
313071
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Affirmative Action Forum
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Presenters:
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Hector Amaya, University of Virginia
Nathan L. Carter, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Hsin-I (Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara University
James Ferris, University of Toledo
Roseann M. Mandziuk, Texas State University, San Marcos
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
313072
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Gossip...Voice of Peace? Voice of Conflict? Examining Gossip's Role in Helping and Hindering
Interpersonal Relationships
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Cassandra LeClair-Underberg, Texas State University, San Marcos
"An Ethnographic Examination of Gossip within a Small Organization: Coalitions and Conflict Escalation" Falon F.
Kartch, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Gossip..... Good, Bad and Ugly? Examining Gossip's Role in Establishing Interpersonal Relationships in the
Organization" Elizabeth N. Ribarsky, Univ of Illinois, Springfield
"Helping or Hurting? Gossip as a Coping Mechanism within Interpersonal Relationships" Katie Warber, Wittenberg
University; Dana Makstaller, Wittenberg University
"Making Sense of 'Talking about Other People': The Malice and Pleasure of Gossip in Interpersonal
Relationships" Dina Nekrassova, Rutgers University
"No Gossip Here! Examining the Dialectical Tensions Surrounding Gossip and Interpersonal Voices in the
Classroom" Amie Kincaid, University of Illinois Springfield
"Verbal Teasing, Gossiping and Backstabbing: An Ethnographic Study of the Mean Girls Phenomena in Graduate and
Professional Programs" Sarah Symonds, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
313073
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Activism in the 3rd Wave: Establishing New Voice(s) in the Feminist Movement(s)
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Suzanne Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
Presenters:
Miranda Chesson, University of North Texas
Suzanne Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
Jennifer L. Freitag, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Jamie Huber, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Valerie R. Renegar, San Diego State Univ
Stacey Sowards, Univ of Texas, El Paso
Holley Vaughn, Louisiana State University
Brianne Kristine Waychoff, Louisiana State University
313082
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
St. Charles - 41st Floor
Black Caucus and African American Communication & Culture Division Meet and Greet
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Presenters:
Truman R. Keys, Western Connecticut State Univ
Shawn D. Long, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Kesha Morant Williams, Penn State, Berks
Eletra Gilchrist, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
Anntarie Lanita Sims, College of New Jersey
Sheena Howard, Rider University
Cerise L. Glenn, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Mackenzie J. Jordan, Howard University
Kandace Harris, Shaw University
Shavonne R. Shorter, Purdue University
Dorthy L. Pennington, University of Kansas
Marnel Niles, California State University, Fresno
313093
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Memories of James Mackin: An Officer, A Scholar, and A Gentleman
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Presenters:
Carole Daruna, Tulane University
Suzanne Daughton, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Roderick Hart, Univ of Texas, Austin
Chad Okrusch, Montana Tech / University of Montana
John Patton, University of Pittsburgh
Karen Taylor, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
313095
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Expression & Suppression: Voices in Social Media
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Dawn R. Gilpin, Arizona State University
"Identities & Privacies: Self-Expression & Self-Suppression in the Complex Social Mediasphere" Dawn R. Gilpin,
Arizona State University
"Twittering on the Edge of Disaster: Cattenom’s Curation of a Catastrophe" Corinne Weisgerber, St. Edwards
University
"Voices of the Revolution: Tweeting The Bahrain Uprising" Ashley Fitch Blair, Union University
"Voicing a Campus Icon: Twitter, a Bronze Goddess, and Hyperlocal Community Engagement" John McArthur,
Queens University, Charlotte
313101
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Revisiting the Postcolonial and its Relevance to Contemporary Communication Studies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre, Western Washington University
Presenters:
Derek Buescher, Univ of Puget Sound
Aimee Carrillo Rowe, University of Iowa
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Anandam Kavoori, University of Georgia
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre, Western Washington University
Ferruh Yilmaz, Tulane University
313103
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Telling Stories of Ourselves: Comic Books, Super Heroes, and Fairy Tales as Cultural Ideology
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Michael Mario Albrecht, Univ of New Hampshire
Respondent: Emily D. Ryalls, Univ of South Florida
"'Fixing' the Fairy Tale: A Discussion of Ideology in the Transition from Oral to Literary" Alanna Miller, Temple
University
"What Would Batman Do? An Ideological Analysis of Superheroes and Authority" Matt Hammer, North Dakota State
Univ
313104
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Mass Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Presenters:
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M Univ
David M. Rhea, Governors State University
Adam C. Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
Marina Krcmar, Wake Forest University
Dana E. Mastro, University of Arizona
Brenton Malin, Univ of Pittsburgh
Jakob D. Jensen, University of Utah
Hugh Curnutt, Montclair State Univ
Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University
Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University
Melissa A. Click, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Nancy Jennings, Univ of Cincinnati
Kyle S. Barnett, Bellarmine Univ
Leslie A. Rill, Portland State University
Stanley D. Tickton, Norfolk State Univ
Jeffrey Tyus, Youngstown State Univ
David Berube, North Carolina State University
Emily Moyer-Guse, Ohio State University
Sumana Chattopadhyay, Marquette University
313106
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Discourse in Organizations
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Bernadette Gailliard, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
Respondent: Linda L. Putnam, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"An Adapted Typology and Meta-theoretical Analysis of Discursive Strategies: Communicative Navigation of Social
Class Differences" Angela Gist, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"Black Gold, Green Earth: An Analysis of the Petroleum Industy's Sustainability Discourses" Amy S. O'Connor, North
Dakota State Univ; Katherine Gronewold, North Dakota State Univ
"Deetz’s Discursive & Foucault’s Archeology: Rethinking the Discursive in Organizational Communication
Theory" Ritch Woffinden, Washinton State University
"Discursive Positioning in the Case of a 'Sustainable Communications' Firm: Dialogue, Innovation and Social Change
in Negotiating Responsible Business" Rahul Mitra, Purdue University
"Eventuating materiality: Beyond discourse-practice dualisms" Ying Wang, University of Waikato; Shiv Ganesh,
University of Waikato
313108
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
May the Force be With You: Empathy and Ethics across Cultures
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Dreama G. Moon, California State Univ, San Marcos
Respondent: Jerry L. Allen, Univ of New Haven
"Perceptions of Culture by Intercultural Communication Scholars: A Meta-analysis" Clark Callahan, Brigham Young
Univ; Katie Burnett, Brigham Young University
"Speaking in One Voice: An Explication of Synchrony for Intercultural Communication" Young Yun Kim, University of
Oklahoma
"Voicing Differences: Ethical Decision Making Differences between Gender Demographics and the United States and
New Zealand." Susan Fredricks, Penn State Brandywine; Karrie Bowen, Penn State Brandywine; Elspeth Tilley, Massey
University
"A Cross-Cultural Study of the Effect of Empathy on the Moral Judgment of Need" Bing Han, University of South
Carolina Aiken; Deborah A. Cai, Temple University
313112
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Practical Approaches to Engaging Communities around Health Issues
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Health Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Warren, Rutgers University
Presenters:
Michelle Miller-Day, Penn State University
Terra Moody, University of Alabama
Khadidiatou Ndiaye, Michigan State University
John Parrish-Sprowl, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ Indianapolis
Jennifer Warren, Rutgers University
Brandi White, US Environmental Protection Agency
313113
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Persuasion Strategies Promoting Healthy Behaviors
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Brian L. Quick, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"The Influences of Temporal Orientation, Perceptual Barriers, and Communication on Medication Adherence
Decision-making Among Patients with Chronic Diseases" Melinda Villagran, George Mason Univ; Emily Peterson,
George Mason Univ; Wonsun Kim, George Mason Univ; Xiaoquan Zhao, George Mason Univ; Gary L Kreps, George
Mason Univ; Colleen McHorney, Merck
"Predictors of Pediatricians’ Encouragement of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine: Implications for Reducing
Regional Health Disparities" Janice L. Raup-Krieger, Ohio State University; Mira Katz, Ohio State University; Jennifer
A. Kam, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Anthony J. Roberto, Arizona State Univ
"Improving Patient Outcomes through Physician Communication: Message Frame and Presentation Mode Influence
on the Walking Behavior of Type 2 Diabetics" Christy J.W. Ledford, Uniformed Services University of the Health
Sciences
"The Moderating Role of Involvement on STD Screening Behaviors: Competing Influences of Vested Interest and
Hedonic Relevance" Joshua Averbeck, Marshall University
"Entertainment and Beyond: Motivating Audience members to register for Organ and Tissue Donation" Georges E
Khalil, University at Buffalo
313114
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
Rhetorical and Communication Theory Business Meeting
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Presenters:
Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
Brad Vivian, Syracuse University
313115
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Fandom and the Public Sphere
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Patrick Burkart, Texas A&M Univ
Presenters:
Dawn L. Carusi, Marietta College
Rod Carveth, Fitchburg State Univ
Brian McKernan, University at Albany, SUNY
Lucy Miller, Texas A&M Univ
Anirban Mukhopadhyay, Texas A&M University
Jingsi Wu, University of Albany, SUNY
313121
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Nonverbal and Environmental Communication: A Focus on New Orleans
Sponsors: Environmental Communication Division, Nonverbal Communication Division
Chair: Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Presenters:
Aileen Buslig, Concordia College
Robert Thomas, Loyola University, New Orleans
Allen Eskew, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
313122
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Hearing Alien Voices: The Animal, the Dead, and the Divine
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Pat J. Gehrke, Univ of South Carolina
Respondent: Pat J. Gehrke, Univ of South Carolina
"Rhetorical Acts, Human and Dead" Michelle Ballif, University of Georgia
"Rhetorical Acts, Human and Divine" Steven Mailloux, Loyola Marymount University
"Rhetorical Acts: Human and Animal" Diane Davis, University of Texas, Austin
313123
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Top Student Papers in Argumentation and Forensics
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Chair: Ben Walker, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Respondent: Jeannie Hunt, Northwest College
"Apple Computer’s Mobile Platform as a Panopticon" Suzanne V. L. Berg, Bowling Green State University
"I Concur, You Are Absolutely Correct that I am Correct: Agreement as an Argumentative Strategy" Sara Straub,
University of Oklahoma; Jeremie Beller, University of Oklahoma; Tim Hunt, University of Oklahoma
"Interactivity, Polyphony, and Disembodiment in Argument Online" R.M. Milner, University of Kansas
"Signaling as Argumentation: Strategic Ambiguity and Trilateral Relations with the People’s Republic of China and
the Republic of China" Andrew D Barnes, Georgia State University
"Voices in Space: Heterotopic Agency and Argumentation" Scott J. Tulloch, Georgia State University
313125
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Rhetoric in a Digital Age
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Star A. Muir, George Mason University
Respondent: Brett Lunceford, Univ of South Alabama
"Compressed Crystal: A Metaphor for Mediated Identity Expression" Breanna McEwan, Western Illinois Univ
"Echoes in Email: Rhetoric, Digitality, and Fantasy-Meme Analysis" David S. Heineman, Bloomsburg University;
Anna Turnage, Bloomsburg University
"Folk Media Meets Digital Technology for Sustainable Social Change: A Case Study of the Center for Digital
Storytelling" Emily Polk, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Liquid Language? On the Personalization of Discourse in the Digital Era" Oren Soffer, Open University of Israel
313127
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Deliberation and Tolerance
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Jerry L Miller, Ohio University
Respondent: Myiah J Hutchens, Texas Tech Univ
"Bringing the Facilitator Back In: Re-envisioning the Role of Facilitation in Public Deliberations" Kara N Dillard,
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
"Exploring the Effects of Deliberative Participation through Panelist Self-Reports" Katherine Knobloch, University of
Washington; Rory Raabe, University of Washington
"The Voice of the People: Political Rhetoric and Representation" Jeffrey P. Mehltretter Drury, Central Michigan Univ
"When Tolerance Matters: Political Tolerance for Muslim Americans, Cable News Coverage, and Opinion toward the
'Ground Zero Mosque'" Chance York, Louisiana State University; Jeremy Padgett, Louisiana State University
313128
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Political Information Processing
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Pradeep Sopory, Wayne State Univ
Respondent: Natalie Jomini Stroud, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Affinity for Political Humor: An Assessment of Internal Factor Structure and Reliability" R. Lance Holbert, Ohio
State University; Jayeon Lee, Ohio State University; Sarah Esralew, Ohio State University; Whitney Walther, Ohio State
University; Kristen D. Landreville, University of Wyoming
"Audience Political Leaning, Source Credibility, and Audience Credulity in Government Crisis Communication" KyuJin
Shim, Syracuse University
"Heuristic and Systematic Processing of Politicians’ Messages: Effects of Source Favorability and Political Interest on
Attitude Judgment" Sungeun Chung, Sungkyunkwan University; Moniza Waheed, University of Amsterdam
"Sponsor Credibility’s Influence in the Process of Candidate and Political Stealth Group Sponsored Political Attack
Advertising in the 2008 Presidential Campaign" Shane Semmler, Univ of South Dakota
313129
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Voices of Hallyu (the Korean Wave): Transnationalism, Popular Culture, and Identity
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division
Chair: Kathryn Toelken, Univ of South Alabama
Respondent: Dan T Molden, Aichi Shukutoku University
"Who's Riding the Wave? The Cultural Political Economy of Korean Wave in the East Asian Region" Siho Nam,
University of North Florida
"Hallyu Cinema and Nationalism: Rhetorical Re-construction of Brotherhood and Enemy" JongHwa Lee, Hawaii
Pacific University; Min Wha Han, Hawaii Pacific University
"An Alternative Approach to Korean Wave (Hallyu) Phenomenon: Toward a Theory of Cultural Chronotope and
Imagination" Eungjun Min, Rhode Island College
313130
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Korean American Communication Association Panel Discussion
Sponsor: Korean American Communication Association
Chair: Eunkyong L. Yook, Univ of Mary Washington
Presenters:
Wonjun Chung, Univ of Louisiana, Lafayette
Do Kyun Kim, Dept of Communication
Chang Wan Woo, Univ of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Eun-Ho Yeo, Plymouth State University
313131
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Groups, Teams, and Organizations
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue University
Respondent: Michele H. Jackson, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Boundaryless Meetings: Reconceptualizing Contemporary Organizational Meetings" Keri Stephens, Univ of Texas,
Austin; Gamze Erturk, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Group Dialectical Tensions in Organizational Exit" Courtney W. Davis, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Refined Trust: Team Members Give Their Voice to Examining Trust in Temporary Virtual Teams" Jennifer S Linvill,
Purdue University; Elizabeth A Williams, Colorado State University; Stacey L. Connaughton, Purdue University;
Elizabeth O'Connor, Purdue University
"Virtual Group Commitment: An Examination of Factors Leading to Group Donations in Second Life" Nick J Merrill,
Northwestern University; Brooke Foucault Welles, Northwestern University; Noshir S. Contractor, Northwestern
University
313132
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Psychoanalysis and Culture
Sponsor: Association for Psychoanalysis in Communication
Chair: Sean R Tiffee, Univ of Texas, Austin
Oakley - Fourth Floor
"Voices of Social Trauma: The Rise of Torture Porn in Post Nine-Eleven America" Sean R Tiffee, Univ of Texas,
Austin
"What Happens in the Meadow at Dusk? Ponderings on 'The Thing,' Everything, and Nothing." Danee Pye, Univ of
Texas, Austin
"Drunk History and Punchdrunk Performativity: Itera[bile]ty, Bilious Individuation, and Historical Humor in Derek
Waters’s Satiric Series" Lydia Nelson, Univ of Texas, Austin
313134
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Southdown - Fourth Floor
From Dreams to Reality in the Enactment of Culture
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State University
"Performing communicative functions in development projects: An exploratory study of development practices in
Tanzania" Ryan Buddenhagen, Illinois State University
"The Relationship among Social Identification with Religion, Stress and Conflict Management Styles" Deepa
Oommen, Minnesota State University, Mankato; Stephen Croucher, Marist College
"The Relationship of Self-Confidence and Cultural Values Will Lead to Higher Levels of Ambiguous Communication
Behavior between High-Context and Low-Context College Students" Yen-I Lee, University of Connecticut
"Hearing the Voice of Our Dreams: Utopian Literary Expressions and Cultural Value Orientations to Time" Mark
Ward, Univ of Houston, Victoria
"After the Storm: The Roles of Structure, Identity and Communication in the Adaptation of Hurricane Katrina
Evacuees to Texas" Erla S. Kristjansdottir, Reykjavik University; Sara DeTurk, Univ of Texas, San Antonio
313141
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Family Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Presenters:
Loreen Olson, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Mary Claire Morr Serewicz, University of Denver
Rene Dailey, Univ of Texas, Austin
Erin Willer, University of Denver
Tina Coffelt, Murray State Univ
April Trees, Saint Louis University
313142
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Managing Power Dynamics in Close Relationships
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Stacy Westerman, University of Georgia
Respondent: Jennifer Bevan, Chapman University
"Why Don't You Take Care of It? The Voluntary Ceding of Decision-Making Authority in Dating
Relationships" Benjamin Whitney Chiles, Northwestern University; Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
"The Influence of Dependence Power on Information Management About Partners’ Problematic Behaviors" Timothy
Ryan Worley, University of Georgia; Jennifer Samp, University of Georgia
"The Relative Investment Model of Power in Romantic Relationships" Christopher J. Carpenter, Western Illinois Univ
"Taking Back Power: Using Superiority Theory to Predict Humor Use Following a Relational Transgression" Jessalyn
I. Vallade, West Virginia University; Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University; Lori Vela, West Virginia
University
313144
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Voices of Consciousness Session I
Sponsor: Voices of Consciousness Series
Chair: Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
"Hurricane Katrina " Danielle Vignes, Baton Rouge Community College
"Invisible Children" Elizabeth Munz, SUNY New, Paltz
"Mentoring Youth" Sue Weber, University of Pennsylvania
"Passion Works (Developmental Disabilities)" Lynn M. Harter, Ohio University
"Sierra Club" Robert Cox, University of North Carolina
"Waterhouse Family Institute" Bryan Crable, Villanova University
313151
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
From the Voice of the President: Advancing the Discipline through Communication Leadership
Sponsor: Association for Communication Administration
Chair: Amanda Grace McKendree, Univ of Notre Dame
Presenters:
Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
Christina L. McDowell Marinchak, Duquesne University
Respondents: Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University; Rich West, Emerson College; Nancy Kidd, National
Communication Association; Mark Hickson, Univ of Alabama, Birmingham; Sue DeWine, Hanover
College; Jon A. Hess, University of Dayton
313152
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Obama’s Nuanced Voice: Race, Airstrikes, and Democracy
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Kathleen Edelmayer, Madonna University
"Am I Black Enough for You? Should President Obama Articulate a Black Agenda?" Anita K. Foeman, West Chester
Univ
"Obama in Jakarta, Indonesia: Praising Indonesia for its Democratic Turn" Michael McDonald, University of Missouri,
Kansas City
"Obama Juggling the Revolution in Egypt" Christopher Lynch, Kean University
"Spheres of Influence and Universal Values: Obama and Whispers of Democracy in Russia" Lora A. Cohn, Park
University
"The Libyan Airstrikes: Justifying Military Action" Kathleen Edelmayer, Madonna University
313153
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Intersections of Rhetorical Education and Capitalism in America
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chairs: Mark Longaker, University of Texas, Austin; Rodney Herring, University of Colorado,
Denver; Mark Longaker, University of Texas, Austin; Stephen Schneider, University of Louisville
"David Jayne Hill, Rhetoric, and Monetary Policy" Rodney Herring, University of Colorado, Denver
"Rhetoric as Social Action at the Highlander Folk School" Stephen Schneider, University of Louisville
"Samuel Newman on Commercial Clarity" Mark Longaker, University of Texas, Austin
313154
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Many Voices (Re)Speaking the One Voice: Unity, Perspectivalism, Incarnation and Trinity in Vern
Poythress’ “In the Beginning Was the Word: Language—a God-Centered Approach”
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Mark Gring, Texas Tech Univ
Respondent: Vern S. Poythress, Westminster Theological Seminary
"Speaking of the Unsayable: Reductionism & Incarnation in V. Poythress and J. K. A. Smith" Ned O'Gorman,
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Rhetoric, Reality, and Revelation: A Christian-Theistic Grounding for Rhetoric" Mark J. Haas, Geneva College
"Positioning Poythress: Triangulating Poythress, Vico, and Locke on Language and Reality" John L Pauley, Eastern
University
"Challenging the Center from Above the Fray—Transcending the Objective and Subjective Divide with the
Perspectivalist Voice" Mark Gring, Texas Tech Univ
"Treating Appendicitis: Toward a Triadic Philosophy of Rhetoric" Calvin L. Troup, Duquesne University
313156
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Top Four Papers in Philosophy of Communication Division
Sponsor: Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
"William James Among the Machines (Top Paper)" Chris Russill, Carleton University
"Community/Common: Traversing the Aporia between Jean-Luc Nancy’s and Antonio Negri’s (Un)common
Ontologies (Top Student Paper)" Helen Morgan, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Habermas and Bateson in a World Gone M.A.D.: Metacommunication, Paradox, and the Inverted Speech
Situation" Marc H. Rich, Univ of Colorado, Boulder; Robert T. Craig, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Toward a Virtue Philosophy of Rhetoric" Daniel R. Berger, Simpson University
313157
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Opening Minds, Expanding Possibilities: Exploring the Role of Race and Class-Based Perspectives in PR
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Public Relations Division
Chair: Damion M. Waymer, Virginia Tech
Presenters:
Nilanjana R. Bardhan, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Robert L. Heath, University of Houston
Michael J. Palenchar, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Jae-Hwa Shin, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Katerina Tsetsura, City University of Hong Kong
Respondent: Damion M. Waymer, Virginia Tech
313158
3:30 PM to 4:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Queer Voices in Communication and Law
Sponsors: Communication and Law Division, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies
Division
Chair: Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
"GENDA Trouble: Identity Politics and the Law" Isaac West, University of Iowa
"Gender Laws: Caster Semenya and the Third World War" John M. Sloop, Vanderbilt University
"Geopolitics and Human Rights Rhetoric in Recent Mexican LGBT Asylum Cases in the United States" Sara L
McKinnon, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"The Procedural Queer: Substantive Due Process, Lawrence v. Texas, and Queer Rhetorical Futures" Peter Odell
Campbell, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
5:00 PM
315143
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Carroll C. Arnold Distinguished Lecture
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chair: Rich West, Emerson College
"Voice Lessons for Social Change" Brenda J. Allen, University of Colorado, Denver
6:00 PM
317065
6:00 PM to 7:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony N - Fourth Floor
A Life in Praxis/Honoring the Work and Life of John T. Warren
Sponsors: Ethnography Division, NCA First Vice President, Performance Studies Division
Chairs: Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior; Tracy Stephenson Shaffer, Louisiana State University
Presenters:
Jay Brower, Western Connecticut State Univ
Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State University
Rachel A. Griffin, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Amy Kilgard, San Francisco State University
Chris McRae , University of South Florida
Keith Nainby, California State Univ, Stanislaus
Ronald Pelias, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Elyse L. Pineau, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
6:30 PM
319011
6:30 PM to 7:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Francine Merritt and Bonnie Ritter Award Ceremony
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Presenters:
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
Jennifer Dunn, Dominican University
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
Yahui Zhang, Wayland Baptist Univ
Helen Tate, Columbia College
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
319057
6:30 PM to 7:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Juanita's Art of Hair Fashi'n 20th Anniversary Special: Voice of a Movement or I Spoke Out About
Tourism in New Orleans and All I Got Was This Lousy Hairdo
Sponsors: NCA First Vice President, Performance Studies Division, Theatre Division
Chair: Sharon E. Croft, Capital University
Presenter:
Daniel W. Heaton, Capital University
Respondent: Kelly S Taylor, University of North Texas
7:00 PM
320143
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
"The Big Uneasy" Film Screening
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Rosa A. Eberly, Penn State University
Saturday
November 19, 2011
7:00 AM
401028
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Community College Section Business Meeting II
Sponsor: Community College Section
Presenters:
Susan Ward, Delaware County Community College
Allison Ainsworth, Gainesville State College
Deborah Hefferin, Broward College, North Campus
Danna Prather, Suffolk County Community College
Robert G. Leonard, Sinclair Community College
401082
7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
New Orleans Marriott
St. Charles - 41st Floor
NCA Department Chair's Breakfast
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chairs: Betsy Wackernagel Bach, National Communication Association; W. Bradford Mello, National Communication
Association
Presenters:
Robert K. Avery, University of Utah
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
8:00 AM
402014
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
The Digital Voice of Public Relations: Social Media and How to Teach it in a PR Curriculum
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Kathy Keltner-Previs, Eastern Kentucky University
Presenters:
Melissa M. Chastain, Spalding University
Karen Freberg, University of Louisville
Kathy Keltner-Previs, Eastern Kentucky University
Ann Peru Knabe, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Richard Murphy, Wayne State College
Respondent: Karen L. Lollar, Metropolitan State College of Denver
402015
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
There's No Place Like Home(less)
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Tracey Frazier, Eastern Michigan university
Presenters:
Tracey Frazier, Eastern Michigan university
Christina M Strong, Michigan State University
Laura Tanner, Eastern Michigan University
402022
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Public Policy, Deliberation, and the Polysemous Text
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Robert Asen, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Presenters:
Vanessa B. Beasley, Vanderbilt University
Pamela Conners, Gustavus Adolphus College
Jeremy Engels, Pennsylvania State University
John M. Murphy, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
402024
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Assessment, Accreditation, and Student Learning Outcomes
Sponsors: Communication Assessment Division, Instructional Development Division
Chair: Sally Vogl-Bauer, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Presenters:
Elizabeth Graham, University of Akron
Jon A. Hess, University of Dayton
Timothy P. Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
David Roach, Texas Tech Univ
Kelly A. Rocca, St. John's University
Sally Vogl-Bauer, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Sylvia White, University of Akron
402025
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Narratives of Home and Homelessness
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Robin Boylorn, University of Alabama
Respondent: Robert Krizek, Saint Louis University
"Automethodological Home: Envisioning Ethnography through Calvin O. Schrag’s Praxis-Oriented Self and
Intersubjectivity" Satoshi Toyosaki, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale; Sandra L. Pensoneau-Conway, Wayne State
Univ
"'I Was Never Happy the Whole Time': Forgetting and (Re)membering Home" Melissa W. Aleman, James Madison
Univ
"An Ethnoarcheological Exploration of Identity Performances by Third Culture Kids" Amy N Jung, Arizona State
University
"Communal Ties Among the Residentially Challenged" Samira Rostami, San Diego State University
402028
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Voices of/from Disengaged/Isolated Teachers of Satellite/Branch Campuses
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Robert G. Leonard, Sinclair Community College
Presenters:
Meredith Ginn, Georgia Highlands College, Cartersville Campus
Brenda Jones, Franklin University
Jodie D. Mandel, College of Southern Nevada
Heidi McGrew, Sinclair Comm College
Cheryl L Skiba-Jones, Trine University
402029
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Embodiment and Representation
Sponsors: Performance Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Alyssa A. Samek, University of Maryland
Respondent: Michael Milford, Auburn University
"The Voice of the Communist Party: An Analysis of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn’s Statement at the Smith Act Trial" Hope
Stallings Willoughby, Georgia State University
"The Rhetoric of Vigor in John F. Kennedy’s Cold War Policy" Bonnie Sierlecki, Penn State University
"Embodied Rhetoric: Guillermo Fariñas and the Affective Politics of the Hunger Striker" David Gruber, North Carolina
State University; Kenneth S. Zagacki, North Carolina State University
"Archetypal Metaphor in the Boston Tea Party and Tea Party Movement" Kent Butler, Arkansas Tech University
402031
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Pi Kappa Delta Business Meeting
Sponsor: Pi Kappa Delta
Presenters:
Susan Millsap, Otterbein University
Patrick A. Luster, McNeese State Univ
Gina L. Jensen, Webster University
Michael Bartanen, Pacific Lutheran University
Scott L. Jensen, Webster University
Jeffrey A. Stoppenhagen, Boise State University
Thomas D. Serfass, Webster University
Tomeka Robinson, Marietta College
David Bailey, Southwest Baptist University
Keith Townsend, El Paso Comm College
Ryan C. Louis, Ottawa University
Nina-Jo Moore, Appalachian State Univ
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Phillip A. Voight, Gustavus Adolphus College
402051
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Voiced and Muted: Stories from Youth, Patients and Homosexuals in Africa and the Diaspora
Sponsors: Black Caucus, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Diane Forbes Berthoud, University of California, San Diego
Presenters:
Ephraim Nikoi, University of Wisconsin, Superior
Shirley A. Acquah, Ohio University
Mumba Mumba, Illinois College
Kallia Wright, Univ of Technology, Jamaica
Respondent: Karen P. Greiner, Univ of South Florida
402052
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Voices of Nonnative English-Speaking Teachers in American Classrooms
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Instructional Development Division
Chair: Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, University of Wyoming
Presenters:
Juraj Kittler, St. Lawrence University
Yea-Wen Chen, Ohio University
Richie Hao, University of Denver
Hui-Min Kuo, Rutgers University
Claudia McCalman, Southeastern Louisiana University
Consolata Nthemba Mutua, Univ of New Mexico
Beverly R. Natividad, University of Denver
Olga Zaytseva, Univ of New Mexico
Mei Zhang, Missouri Western State Univ
Peter Zhang, Grand Valley State University
402053
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Voices of Japan-US Relationships: Reflecting the Past, Considering the Present, and Envisioning the
Future
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Japan-U.S. Communication Association, Public Address Division
Chair: Michael David Hazen, Wake Forest University
Presenters:
Rose G. Campbell, Butler University
Koji Fuse, University of North Texas
G. Thomas Goodnight, Univ of Southern California
James Mueller, University of North Texas
Hiroko Okuda, Nanzan University
Takeshi Suzuki, Meiji University
402054
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Voices at the Crossroads: Feminist Communication Scholarship and Religion
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Feminist and Women Studies Division, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Christy Mesaros Winckles, Bowling Green State University
Presenters:
Marne Austin, Bowling Green State Univ
Kirsten Isgro, SUNY
Becky Johns, Weber State University
Bethany Keeley-Jonker, University of Georgia
Christy Mesaros Winckles, Bowling Green State University
Alena Amato Ruggerio, Southern Oregon University
Kristy Maddux, University of Maryland
402055
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Voices In, Of, and Against "The Law": Roundtable on Alternative Pedagogies for Teaching Legal
Communication as Other than Professional Preparation
Sponsors: Communication and Law Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: William Lewis, Drake University
Presenters:
Timothy M. Barouch, Northwestern University
Catherine Langford, Texas Tech Univ
William Lewis, Drake University
John Louis Lucaites, Indiana University
Sarah Ubel, Washburn University
Isaac West, University of Iowa
402060
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Youth in the Digital Age: Privacy, Identity Management, Digital Literacy, and Civic Participation
Sponsor: Partnership for Progress on the Digital Divide
Chair: Donna Celano, La Salle University
"Teen Privacy and Social Networks: Myths and Realities" Nancy Kranich, American Library Association
"Reconfigurable Youth Identities in Virtual Environments" Joe Sanchez, Rutgers University
"Digital Literacy Development Through Game Design: The Case of Globaloria-West Virginia" Rebecca Reynolds,
Rutgers University
"A Narrowing Digital Divide: The Impact of the Internet on Youth Political Participation" Maya Forrester, University
of Central Florida; Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida
402061
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Cross Examination Debate Association Business Meeting
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Presenters:
Sarah Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
Eric R Morris, Missouri State University
Jeffrey Jarman, Wichita State University
Mary Lynn Sandoz, Vanderbilt University
David L. Steinberg, University of Miami
Kathryn Rubino, CEDA
402062
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Images of Death and Suffering in Public Memory
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Amanda Davis Gatchet, Eastern New Mexico University
Respondent: Susan Owen, University of Puget Sound
"Picturing the Past: The (Re)Appropriation of Lynching Photographs in 'Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in
America'" Jessy J. Ohl, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Electric Disaster: Images of 'The Chair' and the Visual Politics of Capital Punishment in the United States" Peter
Odell Campbell, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"The 1935 Art Commentary on Lynching: Images as a Voice of Protest" Samuel Perry, Georgia State University
"Visibly Absent: The Re-Presentation of American Eugenic History through the 'Image Archive on the American
Eugenics Movement'" Katie L. Irwin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
402066
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SC17: Giving Voice to Online Students: Bridging Traditional Pedagogical Methodologies with 21st
Century Technologies
Sponsor: Short Courses
Presenters:
Elizabeth Tolman, South Dakota State Univ
Nanci M. Burk, Glendale Community College
402067
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SC18: Helping Students Find Their Voice: Teaching the College Course in Persuasion and Social
Influence by Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Ann B. Frymier, Miami University
Presenter:
Marjorie Keeshan Nadler, Miami University
402068
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Bacchus - Fourth Floor
SC19: Strengthening Democratic Voices in Group Communication Courses
Sponsor: Short Courses
Presenters:
Laura W. Black, Ohio University
John W. Gastil, Penn State University
Rebecca M. Townsend, Manchester Community College
402069
8:00 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Iberville - Fourth Floor
SC20: Teaching Applied Organizational Communication: Investigating Organizational Voice through the
Eyes of Theory, Research, and Application
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chairs: Theodore A. Avtgis, Ashland University; Andrew S. Rancer, University of Akron
Presenter:
Corey J. Liberman, Marymount Manhattan College
402070
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Women, War and Orientalism
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chairs: Valerie N. Wieskamp, Indiana University; Kathryn Margaret Johnston, Northwestern University
Respondent: Lucy (Xing) Lu, DePaul University
"Critiquing Corporate Feminism in Kabul: A Rhetorical Analysis on how Ironic Juxtaposition Enables the Subaltern to
Speak for Herself" Valerie N. Wieskamp, Indiana University
"From Photographed Victim to the Voice of Peace: The Rhetoric of Phuc Kim" Jennifer Jackson, Univ of Memphis
"Imperialist Tools: A Postcolonial Deconstruction of Orientalist Media and the Obsession with Unveiling" Raven A.
Pfister, Purdue University
"Women, Youth, and Beauty: A Comparative Analysis of the Iranian Green Movement and its American Media
Coverage" Afsanhe Rashnu, Tehran University; Kathryn Margaret Johnston, Northwestern University
402071
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
"Unvanquished and Unyielding": Performing Virginia Woolf's "The Waves" 80 Years Later
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Scott E. Dillard, Georgia College and State Univ
Presenters:
John Dennis Anderson, Emerson College
Bruce Henderson, Ithaca College
Carol Simpson Stern, Northwestern University
Respondent: Scott E. Dillard, Georgia College and State Univ
402073
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Voicing Our Concerns by Radicalizing Help in the Six-Woman Show “2nd Helping”
Sponsors: Performance Studies Division, Women's Caucus
Chair: John T. Warren (In Memoriam), Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Presenters:
Andrea Baldwin, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Aubrey A. Huber, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Heather Hull, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Meggie Mapes, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Nichole Nicholson, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Molly Wiant Cummins, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Diana Woodhouse, Southern Illinois University
Respondents: Amy K. Kilgard, San Francisco State University; W. Benjamin Myers, Univ of South Carolina,
Upstate; Chris McRae, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
402095
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Awakening Curiosity and Empowering Voices: Transforming Students into Learners and Teachers in the
Digital World
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Jessica Mallard, West Texas A&M University
Presenters:
Leigh Browning, West Texas A&M Univ
Enyonam Osei-Hwere, West Texas A&M University
Jessica Mallard, West Texas A&M University
402101
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
New Voices in Critical and Cultural Studies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Meryl J. Irwin, Drake University
Respondent: Adina Schneeweis, Oakland University
"Constructing 'Islamerica:' An Analysis of Select Conservative News Media Websites’ Coverage of the Park51 Islamic
Cultural Center Debate" D. Elisabeth Glassco, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
"Governing Children: An Analysis of English Educational TV in Japan" Sayuri Arai, Univ of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
"Prosthesis as Metonymy: Haitian Amputees after the Earthquake" Russell Kirkscey, Texas Tech University
"What Dreams are Made Of: Appealing to Citizenship and Belonging from the Margins" Megan Morrissey, Univ of
Colorado, Boulder
402103
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Securing the State, Securing the Self: Voice and Vision in (Domestic) Foreign Policy
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Chuck Goehring, San Diego State University
Respondent: Kalen Churcher, Niagara University
"Tasers, Torture and the Politics of Visibility" Andy Opel, Florida State University; Greg Elmer, Ryerson University
"The Possibility of Politics: Aesthetics, Airports, and the Production of Docile Bodies" George McHendry Jr.,
University of Utah
"The Two Shootings of Oscar Grant: Cellular Panopticon as a Diagonal Process" Chema Salinas, Arizona State Univ
402104
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
It's Not Just a Game: Understanding Video Game Narratives and their Audiences
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Anita Fay Atwell Seate, University of Arizona
Respondent: LaChrystal Ricke, Sam Houston State Univ
"'I’m Attached, And I’m A Good Guy/Gal!' How Character Attachment Influences Pro- and Anti-Social Motivations to
Play MMORPGs" Nicholas David Bowman, West Virginia University; Daniel Schultheiss, Ilmenau University of
Technology; Christina Schumann, Ilmenau University of Technology
"Prevalence of Cooperative Opportunities in Violent Video Games" John Velez, Ohio State University; Chad Mahood,
The University of Texas at San Antonio; David Ewoldsen, Ohio State University; Emily Moyer-Guse, Ohio State
University
"Spontaneous Narrative: Emergent Order’s Effect On Story" Joseph C. Packer, Univ of Pittsburgh
"Skill Gap: Quantifying the Amount and Type of Generated Violent Content in Video Game Play between Variably
Skilled Users" Nicholas Lynch Matthews, Indiana University
"What’s the Story of This Game? The Narrative of World of Warcraft in the Mind of Its Users" Sabine Reich,
University of Mannheim; Anja Kalch, University of Augsburg; Franziska Spitzner, University of Erfurt
402106
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Theorizing Occupation, Profession, and Career
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Jeffrey W. Treem, Northwestern University
Respondent: Karen Lee Ashcraft, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Conceptualizing Occupations as Communicatively Constituted: Examining the Relationship between Organizations,
Work, and Identities" James McDonald, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Imagined Possibilities: Examining the Paradoxes and Tensions of Calling in the Contemporary Marketplace" Brenda
L. Berkelaar, University of Texas, Austin; Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
"Millennials and Clair’s 'Real Job' Colloquialism: The Possibility of Change" Corey H. Palmer, Purdue University
"Moving Past Looking Forward: Theorizing Chronogenetic Temporality into Career Discourse" Abigail Selzer King,
Purdue University
402108
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Transcending Potential Cultural Barriers in Online Communication
Sponsors: Human Communication and Technology Division, International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Edward C. Brewer, Appalachian State Univ
Respondent: S. David Zuckerman, California State Univ, Sacramento
"Cultural Imperialism on the Internet?" Sujin Choi, University of Texas, Austin
"The Transcending Intercultural Voice of Facebook: Investigating the Relationship of Ethnocentrism and
Communication Apprehension in Computer-Mediated Communication" David Maile, University of Portland
"'We Can Work 24 Hours A Day!' Exploring Computer-Mediated Intercultural Communication between Chinese and
Americans in an Online Engineering Design Collaboration" Yu Lu, Pennsylvania State University
"Cultural Differences in Communication Competence: A Comparison of Online and Offline Communication
Traits" Zheng An, Univ of Southern California
402110
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D1 - Third Floor
Who Are We Anyway? Explorations of American Identity
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Lindsey A. Harvell, Southern Utah University
Respondent: Jerry L. Allen, Univ of New Haven
"America in Black and White: Locating Race in the Modern Presidency, 1933-2011" Anthony Schmidt, University of
Arizona; Kevin Coe, University of Arizona
"Are Latinos Citizens? Voice Given to Labels and Rights in Coverage of Arizona’s Immigration Reform
Legislation" Sharon E. Jarvis, Univ of Texas, Austin; Clariza Ruiz De Castilla, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Narrative Counter-conduct: Reversing Power in the Cherokee Nation Freedmen Controversy" Eddie Glenn,
University of Kansas
"The Transcendental Lincoln" Jeremy Rogerson, Texas A&M University
402113
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Communication Obstacles and Strategies Regarding Alcohol and Tobacco Use
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Norman Wong, University of Oklahoma
"Dynamic Motivational Processing of Anti-Marijuana Messages: Coactivation Begets Attention" Zheng Joyce Wang,
Ohio State University; Tyler Solloway, Ohio State University; John Tchernev, Ohio State University; Bethany Barker,
Ohio State University
"Emotional Expressions in Anti-Smoking Television Advertisements: Anger- and Sadness-Framing Leads to Different
Pathways of Persuasion" Sunny J. Kim, Cornell University; Jeff Niederdeppe, Cornell University
"Problematic Parental Drinking and Health: Investigating Differences in ACOA Status, Health Locus of Control, and
Health Self Efficacy" Sharlene T. Richards, James Madison Univ; C. Leigh Nelson, James Madison University
"Perceived Legitimacy of Workplace Health Promotion in Korea: Smoke-Free and Fitness Programs" Hee Sun Park,
Michigan State University; Hannah Klautke, Michigan State University; Seungcheol Austin Lee, Michigan State
University; Seoyeon Hong, University of Missouri; Youngyoul Fred Kang, NHN Corporation
"Finding Voice: Understanding Adult Children of Alcoholics’ Experiences Using Communication Privacy Management
Theory" Kerry Byrnes, Collin County Community College; Maria Brann, West Virginia University
402115
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Revisiting Issues of Race and Gender in the Media
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Sumana Chattopadhyay, Marquette University
Respondent: Riva Tukachinsky, University of Arizona
"The Effects of Facial Close-ups and Viewers’ Gender on Empathy and Intentions to Help People in Need" Xiaoxia
Cao, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Images of Gender and Race in Super Bowl Advertising in the Twenty-First Century" Barbara King, Carroll Univ
"He Wrote, She Wrote: Journalist Gender, Political Office, and Campaign News" Lindsey Meeks, University of
Washington
"Considering the Semiotics of the Drink and the Representation of the Lesbian in AMC’s Period Drama Mad
Men" Stephen McCreery, University of Georgia
"An Examination of the Potential Mediators of the Relationship between Actors’ Race and Selective Exposure to
Movies" Andrew J. Weaver, Indiana University
402125
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Social Networking I: Self-Presentation in a Mediated Environment
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Carolyn Cunningham, Gonzaga University
"Audience Visualization Influences Online Social Network Disclosures" Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue University;
Kelly Caine, Indiana University; Louise St. Clair Lareau, Purdue University
"Face Threatening Messages and Attraction in Social Networking Sites: Reconciling Strategic Self-Presentation with
Negative Online Perceptions" Nicholas Brody, Univ of Texas, Austin; Jorge F. Pena, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Narcissism or Openness? College Students’ Use of Facebook and Twitter" Bruce C. McKinney, University of North
Carolina, Wilmington; Robert L. Duran, University of Hartford; Lynne Kelly, University of Hartford; David E. Weber,
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
"Psychological Benefits and Costs: Effects of Facebook Profile Exposure on Self-evaluations and Task
Performance" Catalina Toma, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Jeffrey Hancock, Cornell University
"Self-Presentation as a Balancing Act: A Qualitative Exploration of Impression Management Goals and Behaviors on
Facebook" Judith E. Rosenbaum, Albany State University; Benjamin K. Johnson, Ohio State University; Peter A.
Stepman, NHTV Breda University; Koos C.M. Nuijten, NHTV Breda University
"Using Social Networking Sites to Find a Voice in Telework" Caroline Sinclair, Univ of Texas, Austin
402127
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Top Student Papers in the History of Rhetoric I
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chair: Sabrina Marsh, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Respondent: Richard Graff, University of Minnesota
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
"Aristotle’s Phantasia and the Politics of Nostalgia: The Ethical Dimensions of Evoking Imagery through
Rhetoric" Anne Harries, Penn State University
"Isocrates’ Attitude Toward History: Politics and Pedagogy" Jason Andrews, Penn State University
"The New Heroic Wisdom in Oedipus at Colonus: An Analysis of the Rhetoric of Sophocles’ Last Tragedy" John
Minbiole, Penn State University
"The Ship and the Crown: Statehood and Selfhood in the Political Oratory of Demosthenes and Cicero" Diana Yildiz,
Georgia State University
402142
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Communicating with Empathy and Affection
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Christin E. Bates, University of Georgia
Respondent: Susanne M. Jones, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Communicated Perspective-taking: Spouses’ Perceptions of Each Others’ Behaviors during Stories of Marital
Stress" Jody Koenig Kellas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Erin Willer, University of Denver; April Trees, Saint Louis
University; Cassandra LeClair-Underberg, Texas State University, San Marcos
"New Directions in the Measurement of Affectionate Communication" Mark Hamilton, University of Connecticut;
Melissa A. Tafoya, Arizona State University; Alice E. Veksler, University of Connecticut
"The Temporal Stability and Situational Contingency of Active-Empathic Listening" Graham Bodie, Louisiana State
University; Christopher C. Gearhart, Louisiana State University; Jonathan P. Denham, Louisiana State University;
Andrea J. Vickery, Louisiana State University
"Understanding Empathy through Relational Dialectics" Beth A. Walter, Duquesne University
402143
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Dark Side Dynamics in Close Relationships
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Jayson L. Dibble, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa
"Attachment and the Use of Negative Relational Maintenance Behaviors in Romantic Relationships" Alan K.
Goodboy, Bloomsburg University; San Bolkan, California State Univ, Long Beach
"Attachment Theory as a Predictor of Communicative Responses to Infidelity" Sandra Donovan, University of
Nevada, Las Vegas; Tara Emmers-Sommer, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
"Assessing the Voice of Conscience: Measuring Remorse Experience and Expression" Monica Gracyalny, Arizona
State University; Paul A. Mongeau, Arizona State University
"My Friends with Benefits Relationship is My Little Secret: A Test of the Revelation Risk Model (RRM)" Shannon M.
Maki, Towson University; Megan R. Dillow, West Virginia University
"Bad Romance and the Power of Voice: A Content Analysis of Unilateral and Bilateral Initiation of Relational Repair in
Romantic Relationships" Deborah Pincon, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Kimberly L. Kulovitz, Univ of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee
402150
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
NCA Legislative Assembly II
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
Tony E. Adams, Northeastern Illinois Univ
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
Allison Ainsworth, Gainesville State College
Lin S. Allen, Univ of Northern Colorado
Armstrong - Eighth Floor
Kenneth E. Andersen, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Kevin Ayotte, California State University, Fresno
Jay Baglia, Kutztown University
Barbara Baker, University of Central Missouri
Linda Baughman, Christopher Newport University
Steven A. Beebe, Texas State University, San Marcos
Jamel Bell, Boston College
James Benjamin, University of Toledo
Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
Keith Berry, Univ of Wisconsin, Superior
Andrew C. Billings, University of Alabama
Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University
Carl Botan, George Mason Univ
Dawn O. Braithwaite, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
James M. Brandon, Hillsdale College
Mary Bresnahan, Michigan State University
Matthew Brigham, James Madison University
Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
Nancy Brule, Bethel University
Leah E. Bryant, DePaul University
Lori J. Carrell, Univ of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Nathan L. Carter, California State Univ, San Bernardino
Victoria Chen, San Francisco State Univ
Hsin-I (Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara University
Kenneth N. Cissna, Univ of South Florida
Dana L. Cloud, Univ of Texas, Austin
Donovan Conley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Angie Corbo, Widener University
James W. Crocker-Lakness, Univ of Cincinnati
Justin Davis, New York City College of Technology
Jean DeHart, Appalachian State Univ
Katherine J. Denker, Ball State University
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Lynn M. Disbrow, Huntingdon College
Rachel M. Anderson Droogsma, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ
Michael H. Eaves, Valdosta State Univ
Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Jill Edy, University of Oklahoma
Mindy Fenske, Univ of South Carolina
Carla L. Fisher, George Mason University
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
Patricia Geist Martin, San Diego State Univ
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Loril M. Gossett, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Daniel Grano, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Ronald Walter Greene, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Glenn Hansen, University of Oklahoma
Tina M. Harris, Univ of Georgia
Joy L. Hart, University of Louisville
Debbi A. Hatton, Sam Houston State Univ
Mike Hazel, Gonzaga University
Deborah Hefferin, Broward College, North Campus
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
Kirsten Heintz, Pulaski Technical College
David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Jeremiah P. Hickey, St. John's University
Annette M. Holba, Plymouth State Univ
Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ
John W. Howard III, East Carolina Univ
Timothy Paul Huffman, Arizona State University
Ako Inuzuka, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Jessica K. Jameson, North Carolina State University
Susan A. Jasko, California Univ of Pennsylvania
Adam C. Jones, Illinois College
Spoma Jovanovic, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Ruth E. Kay, Detroit Country Day School
James Keaten, Univ of Northern Colorado
Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
Kate Kenski, University of Arizona
Nancy Kidd, National Communication Association
Erika L. Kirby, Creighton University
Marina Krcmar, Wake Forest University
Anastacia Kurylo, Marymount Manhattan College
Brian A. Lain, University of North Texas
John Lammers, University of Illinois
Andrew M. Ledbetter, Texas Christian University
Kurt Lindemann, San Diego State Univ
Lisa Lindsey, Naval Postgraduate School
Brett Lunceford, Univ of South Alabama
Tobi Mackler, Montgomery County Community College
Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
Anne Mattina, Stonehill College
Paula McKenzie, Bethune-Cookman University
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
Miriam McMullen-Pastrick, Penn State University, Behrend College
Kevin R. Meyer, Illinois State University
Trudy Milburn, Independent Researcher
Katherine Miller, Texas A&M Univ
Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma
Michelle Miller-Day, Penn State University
Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
Kimberly Moffitt, University of Maryland
Susan E. Morgan, Purdue University
Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
Star A. Muir, George Mason University
Kristine Muñoz, University of Iowa
Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University
David R. Novak, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
George Pacheco Jr., Angelo State Univ
Barbara Parisi, Long Island University
Gregory Patton, Univ of Southern California
Jennifer Peeples, Utah State University
David John Petroski, Southern Connecticut State Univ
Michael William Pfau, Univ of Minnesota, Duluth
Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
Mary Pilgram, Washburn University
Richard L. Quianthy, Broward College, North Campus
Erin J. Rand, Syracuse University
Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri
Lance Rintamaki, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Thomas Sabetta, University of Kentucky
Todd L Sandel, University of Oklahoma
Ann Savage, Butler University
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Ronald E. Shields, Bowling Green State Univ
Kirt Shineman, Glendale Community College
Robert Shuter, Marquette University
Paul Siegel, University of Hartford
Kami J. Silk, Michigan State University
Cheri J. Simonds, Illinois State University
Ross Singer, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
R. Anthony Slagle, Univ of Puerto Rico
Michael F. Smith, La Salle University
John Chase Soliday, University of Miami
Lindsay Soliman, Illinois State University
Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
Robert Stockton, Anaheim Union High School District
Jean Ann Streiff, Oakland Catholic High School
David Ta-Pryor, University of Missouri
Stanley D. Tickton, Norfolk State Univ
Shane Tilton, Ohio University, Lancaster
Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
Katerina Tsetsura, City University of Hong Kong
Lynn H. Turner, Marquette University
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
Paaige K. Turner, St. Louis University
Jeffrey Tyus, Youngstown State Univ
Yarma Velázquez Vargas, California State Univ, Northridge
Brad Vivian, Syracuse University
Vincent R. Waldron, Arizona State Univ, West
Melissa B. Wanzer, Canisius College
Sue Weber, University of Pennsylvania
Rich West, Emerson College
Cindy H. White, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Shauntae Brown White, North Carolina Central Univ
Dennis L. Wignall, Dixie State College of Utah
Kirt H. Wilson, Penn State University
J. Macgregor Wise, Arizona State Univ, West
Anna Marjorie Young, Pacific Lutheran University
Lori Zakel, Sinclair Community College
Nicholas Zoffel, Sierra College
402151
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Giving 'Voice' to Non-Tenured Faculty: Experiences of Junior and Senior Faculty on Speaking and Being
Heard
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster
Presenters:
Janis Andersen, Emerson College
Nicole Blau, Ohio University, Lancaster
Danielle J. Dolin-Bane, West Virginia University
Kristen Eichhorn, SUNY, Oswego
Steve Granelli, SUNY, Oswego
Angela M. Hosek, Emerson College
Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster
Keith D. Weber, West Virginia University
402152
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Finding Voice in the “Prison Abolition” Movement
Sponsors: Argumentation and Forensics Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University
Presenters:
Megan G. Bernard, Northwestern University
Stephen J. Hartnett, Univ of Colorado, Denver
Casey Kelly, Butler University
Karen E. Lovaas, San Francisco State Univ
Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University
Eleanor M. Novek, Monmouth University
Emily Plec, Western Oregon University
402153
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Young Voices in Democracy
Sponsor: Elementary and Secondary Education Section
Chair: John C. Tedesco, Virginia Tech
Respondent: John C. Tedesco, Virginia Tech
"Learning Democracy: Kids Voting and Political Socialization" Mark Wonnacott, University of Kansas; Diana B. Carlin,
Saint Louis University
"Parents and Children's Voices Interacting to Engage in Democracy" Spencer Harris, University of Kansas; James
Ovard, University of Kansas
"Peer influence in Adolescent Political Socialization: Deliberative Democracy Inside and Outside the Classroom" Mi
Jahng, University of Missouri; Mitchell S. McKinney, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
402154
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Contested Medicine: Communication and Crisis in Scientific Medical Ethos
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
"Collective Diagnosis: The Communicative Constitution of Morgellons Disease" Lisa Keranen, Univ of Colorado,
Denver
"Pharmaceutical Suspicion: The Pre-War Origins of Public Distrust of the Drug Industry" Joseph Gabriel, Florida
State University
"Populist Science: Anti-vaccine Propaganda and the Heroic Character" Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
"Rhetorical Medicalization: How Contested Diseases Are Born" John Lyne, Univ of Pittsburgh; Susan M. Wieczorek,
Univ of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
402156
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Analyzing Threats to Democratic Agency and Deliberative Reason
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: John Jordan, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Dewey’s Public and the Problem of Affective Consequences" Lynn E. Clarke, Univ of Pittsburgh
"Incommensurable Polemics in Contemporary Crisis Rhetoric" John Jordan, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Teaching Machines: Toward an Ethics of Pedagogy for the Posthumanist Age" Kathleen F. McConnell, San Jose
State University
402157
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Democratic Dialogues: Creating New Avenues for Rhetoric and Political Theory
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Jeff Motter, Appalachian State Univ
Respondent: Gary Remer, Tulane University
"Civic Rhetoric: Aristotle Speaks Back" Jeff Motter, Appalachian State Univ; Melanie Loehwing, Indiana University
"Hybridity, Complementarity, and Reflexivity in Democratic Discourse" Robert Ivie, Indiana University
"Rational Consensus meets the Spiral of Silence: The Place of Vernacular Rhetoric in Understanding Public
Opinion" Gerard A. Hauser, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Voicing Nature’s Rights: Ventriloquist Democratic Representation in the Transnational Derechos de la Naturaleza
Movement" Megan K. Foley, Mississippi State Univ
402158
8:00 AM to 9:15 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
A Treasure from Egypt: Revaluing St. Augustine’s Platonic Voice
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Calvin L. Troup, Duquesne University
Respondent: James Farrell, University of New Hampshire
"Psychagogia in the Grand Style: Platonic Desire and Ascent in St. Augustine’s Rhetoric" John Joseph Jasso, Univ of
Pittsburgh
"Between Individual Truth and Common Faith: Rhetoric as Memoria in Arendt’s 'Love and Saint Augustine'" Joe E.
Rhodes, Louisiana State University
"Answering the Arians: The Emergence of St. Augustine’s Rhetorical Theory in De Trinitate" Brian Gilchrist,
Duquesne University
"The Platonic Augustine: Soul, Confession, and Being" Benjamin T. Russell, Purdue University
9:30 AM
405011
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Voices of Educators of Color
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Zazil Elena Reyes García, Univ of Texas, Austin
Presenters:
Diana I. Bowen, University of Houston, Downtown
Daniel Rodolfo Lopez, Rio Hondo Community College
Cindy N. Phu, California State Univ, Los Angeles
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Claudia Quintero, University of Utah
Clariza Ruiz De Castilla, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Teresita Garza, St. Edward's University
405013
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
How Can the Communication Department Speak with a More Credible Voice to the Campus
Community?
Sponsor: Difficult Dialogues in Communication
Chairs: Sarah Ubel, Washburn University; Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Presenters:
Audrey Wilson Allison, Kennesaw State University
Daniel Cochece Davis, Marist College
Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Abhik Roy, Loyola Marymount Univ
Sarah Ubel, Washburn University
Susan Waters, Auburn University
Respondent: Gregory J. Shepherd, University of Miami
405014
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
The Current Status of Social Media Research and Practice in Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Jae-Hwa Shin, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Presenters:
Yan Jin, Virginia Commonwealth University
Michael L. Kent, University of Oklahoma
Adam Saffer , University of Oklahoma
Erich J. Sommerfeldt, Towson University
Maureen Taylor, University of Oklahoma
Respondent: Jae-Hwa Shin, Univ of Southern Mississippi
405015
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Demystifying Voices: Running towards and not away from Social Media in the Classroom
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Monica Flippin Wynn, Jackson State Univ
Presenters:
Reginald Miles, Howard University
Tia Tyree, Howard University
Respondent: Meta G. Carstarphen, University of Oklahoma
405022
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Voices of Response to Snyder v. Phelps: Protecting Protests at Military Funerals
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Paul R. Grosswiler, Univ of Maine
"'Openly and Vigorously' Debating the Public Issue of Hate with Signs and Angel Wings: Finding the Counter-Voice
after Snyder v. Phelps" Matthew Maddex, Louisiana State University
"Alito’s Dissent: Words That Hurt Revisited" Robert Margesson, Regis University
"Contentious Speech After Snyder v. Phelps: Which Expression is Entitled to 'Special Protection Under the First
Amendment?'" Dan Schill, Southern Methodist University
"The 'Great Pain' of 'Hurtful Speech': New York Times Reader Responses to Snyder v. Phelps" Paul R. Grosswiler,
Univ of Maine
"The Punishment of an Immoral Nation: Cries for Spiritual Awakening in 21st Century America" Rita G. Kirk,
Southern Methodist University
405024
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Conversation Analysis Data Session
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Charlotte M. Jones, Carroll College
Presenters:
Wayne A. Beach, San Diego State Univ
Galina Bolden, Rutgers University
Phillip J. Glenn, Emerson College
Charlotte M. Jones, Carroll College
Mardi Kidwell, University of New Hampshire
Jeffrey Robinson, Portland State University
405025
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Voicing the Self and Other in Ethnographic Inquiry: Methodological Possibilities of Engaging
Crystallization
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Patricia Sotirin, Michigan Technological Univ
"Ethical Questions: Truths, Fictions, and Embodying Cultural Theory" Patricia Sotirin, Michigan Technological Univ
"Forging Ethnographic Pathways through Crystallization" Laura L. Ellingson, Santa Clara University
"Qualitative Quilting: Engaging Woven Crystallization in Ethnographic Writing" Shirley Drew, Pittsburg State Univ
"Reflections on Reflexivity in Ethnography: A Crystallization Perspective" William Rawlins, Ohio University; Elaine
Jenks, West Chester Univ
"Refracted Research: God’s Fingers in Spiritual Occupational Studies" Melanie Bailey Mills, Eastern Illinois Univ
405028
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Stamping Out the Script: Helping Public Speaking Students Find their Extemporaneous Voice
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Wyl A. McCully, Michigan State University
Presenters:
Isa N. Engleberg, Prince George's Community College
Danna Prather, Suffolk County Community College
Susan Ward, Delaware County Community College
405029
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Chinese Communication in the New Media Age
Sponsor: Chinese Communication Association
Chair: Wan-Ying Lin, City University of Hong Kong
Respondent: Wan-Ying Lin, City University of Hong Kong
"Demystifying Collective Identities in Hong Kong and Taiwan: The Effects of Media and Communication" Wan-Ying
Lin, City University of Hong Kong; Xinzhi Zhang, City University of Hong Kong
"Managing Life Predicaments: Strategic Cultural Identification by Chinese Overseas Online Commentators
(COOCs)" Haibin Dong, University of New Mexico
"The Democratic Voice Expressed through Fansubbed Media: A Study of E Gao in Chinese Fansubbing" Jing Zhao,
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"The Rising of Microblog in China: Changing of Attitude, Behavior and Relationship" Linjia Xu, Renmin University of
China
"Two Cases in Communication for Development: Connecting Every Village Project and CSO Web2.0 Project" Song
Shi, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
405031
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Old Queens, New Celebrities, Trannies and Sluts: Recognizing Politics in Unusual Voices
Sponsor: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns
Chair: Mary Anne Trasciatti, Hofstra University
Respondent: Valeria Fabj, Lynn University
"Bridging the Closet and the Open Secret: Recovering the Queer Voice of Charles Hammond Gibson" John Dennis
Anderson, Emerson College
"Gentlemen, Start Your Engines, and May the Best Woman Win: RuPaul's Drag Race and Giving Voice to Cross
Gender Lives" Mary Marcel, Bentley University
"No Tranny Left Behind: GID and the LG(B)(T) Politics of Forgetting" Guillermo G. Caliendo, Mercy College
"Sex Activism, Sexual Politics, and Queer Liberation" Matthew J. Sobnosky, Hofstra University
405051
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Ferment in Asian Communication: East-Asian Voices
Sponsors: Association for Chinese Communication Studies, Convention Theme Group, Japan-U.S. Communication
Association, Korean American Communication Association
Chair: Akira Miyahara, Seinan Gakuin University
Presenters:
Guo-Ming Chen, Univ of Rhode Island
Min-Sun Kim, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Yoshitaka Miike, Univ of Hawaii, Hilo
William J. Starosta, Howard University
405052
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Digital Media: Giving Voice to the Voiceless?
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Kristen Heflin, University of Alabama
Presenters:
Matthew Corn, University of Georgia
Shana Meganck, Virginia Commonwealth University
Amy Sindik, University of Georgia
Darcey West Morris, Georgia State University
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
405053
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Every Voice Needs a Listening Ear: Teaching Listening as a Critical Life Competency
Sponsor: Convention Theme Group
Chairs: Debra L. Worthington, Auburn University; Margaret Fitch-Hauser, Auburn Univ
405054
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Navigating Relationships: Student Voice in the Interpersonal Communication Classroom
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Tara B. Perry, Western Washington Univ
Presenters:
Dana Makstaller, Wittenberg University
Christina G. Paxman, University of Iowa
Tara B. Perry, Western Washington Univ
Joey W. Pogue, Pittsburg State University
Mark Redmond, Iowa State Univ
Katie Warber, Wittenberg University
405055
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Mediated Animals: Voices Crafted for Endangered Cougars, Factory Farming, Animal Hoarding, and
Puppy Voyeurism
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Shana Heinricy, Indiana University
Presenters:
Mark Glantz, Coker College
Shana Heinricy, Indiana University
Debra Merskin, University of Oregon
Scott J. Tulloch, Georgia State University
Respondent: Emily Plec, Western Oregon University
405057
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Memory, Medium, Movement
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Patricia J. English-Schneider, Gustavus Adolphus College
Presenters:
Craig S. Gingrich-Philbrook, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Michael LeVan, University of South Florida
David Terry, San Jose State University
Naida Zukic, BMCC, CUNY, Manhattan
405060
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Prioritizing Student Voices in Program Assessment
Sponsor: Communication Assessment Division
Chair: Jamie Capuzza, University of Mount Union
Presenters:
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Fendrich R. Clark, University of Mount Union
Len Cooper, University of Mount Union
405061
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
The Revolution Might Be Televised: Examining the Influence of Media Outlets on Political Conflicts
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Ian M. Borton, Aquinas College
Respondent: Sudeshna Roy, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
"Communication, Terrorism, and Research: Trends and Directions" Rebekah Husted, University of Oklahoma
"Do Cell Phones Affect the Magnitude of Wars?" Jeffrey Gottfried, Univ of Pennsylvania
"Excitation Transfer Theory: An Analysis of the Abu Ghraib Prison Abuse Scandal" Gerald-Mark Breen (In
Memoriam), University of Central Florida; Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida
"Guiding Public Opinion in Civil Disorders: The Chinese Experience" Guosong Shao, Nanjing University of Finance
and Economics; Tangbiao Xiao, Southwest University of Political Science and Law; Shuo Yao, Radford University;
Hongmei Shen, San Diego State University
"The Material Costs of Democracy: Business Media Construction of Humanitarian Concerns in the Iraq and
Afghanistan Wars" Karen Rohrbauck Stout, Western Washington University
405062
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Honoring Scholar Lawrence R. Frey: Winner of the 2010 Career Achievement Award in Group
Communication
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Marshall Scott Poole, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Presenter:
Dennis S. Gouran, Penn State University
405070
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
To Be or Not to Be…a Housewife? Examining the Housewife’s Changing Face and Voice in Society
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Adria Yvonne Goldman, Howard University
Presenters:
VaNatta Ford, Ripon College
Alexa Harris, Howard University
Natasha Howard, Howard University
Respondent: Debyii Sababu-Thomas, Howard University
405071
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Obama Thus Far: Analysis and Assessment
Sponsors: Emeritus/Retired Members Section, Political Communication Division, Public Address Division
Chair: Steve Goldzwig, Marquette University
Presenters:
Denise M. Bostdorff, College of Wooster
David A. Frank, University of Oregon
Steve Goldzwig, Marquette University
Mark McPhail, Univ of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Martin Medhurst, Baylor University
John M. Murphy, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Robert C. Rowland, University of Kansas
Craig R. Smith, California State Univ, Long Beach
Patricia Sullivan, SUNY, New Paltz
405072
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Womentoring Panel: Finding our Voice
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chairs: Katherine R. La Pierre, Ivy Tech Community College, Fort Wayne; Janelle Briggs, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale; Jennifer Jackson, Univ of Memphis
Presenters:
Carole Blair, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
Katherine R. La Pierre, Ivy Tech Community College, Fort Wayne
Julie Parenteau, Global Perceptions Communication and Relocation Consulting
Brigit K. Talkington, Bowling Green State Univ
Toniesha Latrice Taylor, Prairie View A&M Univ
Anita Taylor, George Mason Univ
Respondent: Aditi Paul, Bowling Green State University
405073
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Creating Evil: Rhetorical Constitution of an Enemy
Sponsors: American Studies Division, Public Address Division
Chair: James Jasinski, Univ of Puget Sound
Respondent: Paul H. Stob, Vanderbilt University
"'You Dirty, Yellow-Bellied Rat!' J. Edgar Hoover and the Vermin Metaphor" Stephen Underhill, University of
Maryland
"Unification through Antithesis: Rhetorically Constructing the Perfect Villain in the Turner Diaries" Chuck Goehring,
San Diego State University; George N. Dionisopoulos, San Diego State Univ
"The 'Mosque at Ground Zero' Controversy: Stop Islamization of America’s Strategic Use of Militaristic and Religious
Metaphors" Amy Fallah, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The Mythical Journey of Scott Roeder: The Rhetorical Trajectory of Antiabortion Violence" Jaclyn Howell, University
of Kansas
405093
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
Multiple Identities and Silenced Voices: An Examination of Marginalized Groups’ Positive and Negative
Communication Experiences
Sponsors: Applied Communication Division, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Kelly E. Tenzek, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Presenters:
James Carviou, University of Iowa
Anna Herrman, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Amber Jannusch, University of Iowa
Amy May, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Sarah Nebel Pederson, University of Iowa
405095
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Voices in the Storm: Before, During and After Katrina and Andrew
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Theatre Division
Chair: John Chase Soliday, University of Miami
405101
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Bent Toward Some Flashing Scene: Performing, Marketing, and Visualizing Revitalized Urban Spaces
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Greg Dickinson, Colorado State University
"'Still Standing’: Gentrification and Rhetorical Style in Historic East Austin" Kristin S. Stimpson, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Escaping Suburbia: An Erotics of Urban Revitalization" Joan Faber McAlister, Drake University
"Once the Industrial Heartland, Now the Coolest Corner of Leeds: The Visual-material Performance of Lifestyle in
Holbeck Urban Village" Giorgia Aiello, University of Leeds
"Take Me Out Tonight: Collective Public Performance and Urban Placemaking" Daniel Makagon, DePaul University
405103
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
The Uses of Sport: Identity, Politics, Activism
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kyle Kellam, Wayne State University
Respondent: Michael Butterworth, Bowling Green State Univ
"'The Audacity of Hoops:' Basketball as Deep Play in Barack Obama’s 2008 Election" Bonnie Sierlecki, Penn State
University
"'Tied Together': NIKE(RED) and the commodification of global soccer activism" Spring-Serenity Duvall, University
of South Carolina, Aiken; Matthew Guschwan, Indiana University
"Multiracial Celebrity as Game-changer: How a Blasian Athlete Challenges Discourses of Race, Nationalism and
Masculinity" Myra S. Washington, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
405104
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Advances in Mass Communication Research on Children and Teens
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Allison L. Eden, VU University Amsterdam
Respondent: Kari Michelle Wilson, Purdue University
"Teenage Girls Don't Eat: Gender Representation in Food and Beverage Advertising Aimed at Children" Joelle Sano
Gilmore, University of Pennsylvania; Amy B. Jordan, Univ of Pennsylvania
"Children's Parasocial Relationships with Trade Characters" Nancy Jennings, Univ of Cincinnati; Matthew A. Lapierre,
Univ of Pennsylvania
"Teen Mom and 'New Momism'" Sarah M. Wolter, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Lang’s Limited Capacity Model vs. Fisch’s Capacity Model: Which is More Appropriate to Test Young Children’s
Learning from Televised Educational Content?" Erin Ryan, Kennesaw State University; Cynthia Nichols, Oklahoma
State University; Cui Zhang, University of Alabama
"Theory and Research on Children and Media in Communication Journals from 1995 to 2004" Wes Fondren, Coastal
Carolina University
405106
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Studies of Professions and Occupations
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Matthew Weber, Rutgers University
Respondent: Mattea A. Garcia, Indiana State University
"Am I Coming or Going? Reimagining Socialization of Profession Specific Temporary Workers through the Experience
of Substitute Teachers" Matthew S. Vorell, St. Cloud State Univ; Sarah J Steimel, Weber State University
"Communication and Professional Associations: 'On the Brink' of a Profession in an Organizational Field" Monique L.
Snowden, Fielding Graduate University
"Exploring the Impact of Structurational Divergence in Nursing" Anne Nicotera, George Mason Univ; Margaret M.
Mahon, George Mason University School of Nursing
"Professionals in Chinese Media Conglomeration: The Case Study of Southwest China’s Chongqing Broadcasting
Group" Li Pu, Slippery Rock University
"Socialization, Gender, and STEM: Review and Agenda" Abigail Heller, Univ of Texas, Austin
405108
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Top Four Faculty Papers in International and Intercultural Communication
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Robert Shuter, Marquette University
Respondent: Mary Bresnahan, Michigan State University
"Understanding a 'Culture' of Poverty: Subjectivity and Social Justice in Poverty Training Materials" Brandi Lawless,
Univ of New Mexico; Mary Jane Collier, Univ of New Mexico
"The Ignorance Contract: Recollections of Apartheid Childhoods and the Communication of Epistemologies of
Ignorance" Melissa E. Steyn, University of Cape Town
"The Voice at the Front of the Room: Identity Dialectics of the Intercultural Communication Instructor" Elizabeth
Root, Oregon State University; Anchalee Ngampornchai, Florida State University; Tara D. Hargrove, Southern
Adventist Univ; Matthew Petrunia, Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY
"Cultural Accounts of September 11th in Digital Discourse Fora" Laura Robinson, Santa Clara University
405113
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Health Information Seeking: Behaviors and Outcomes
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: LaKesha Anderson, Indiana State University
"Navigating the Cancer Information Environment: A Two-Way Relationship between Seeking from Medical and
Nonmedical Sources of Information" Mihaela Moldovan, University of Pennsylvania; Andy Tan, Univ of Pennsylvania;
Robert Hornik, Univ of Pennsylvania
"Who Uses Social Media for Food Recall Information and How? Application of the Comprehensive Model of
Information Seeking" Minsun Shim, University of Georgia; Vicki S. Freimuth, University of Georgia; Laura Min Min
Mercer Kollar, University of Georgia; Nancy Ostrove, Food and Drug Administration; Cari A. Wolfson, Focus on U!
Users, Usability & You
"The Influence of Uncertainty and Social Support on Information-Seeking for Illicit Stimulant Use among Young
Adults" Chris R. Morse, Bryant University; Julie Volkman, Emerson College; Wendy Samter, Bryant University; Joseph
Trunzo, Bryant University; Kelly McClure, Lasalle University; Carolynn Kohn, University of the Pacfic; Joanna Logue,
Emerson College
"Trust and Affect: How Do They Impact Information Seeking in a Health Context?" Jennifer R. Allen Catellier, State
University of NY, University at Buffalo; Z. Janet Yang, SUNY, Buffalo
"On the Importance of Numeracy to the Efficacy of Health Information Seeking: A Regression-based Study Using
Jackknife Replicates of HINTS III Data" Lisa Sparks, Chapman University/University of California, Irvine; Cyril
Rakovski, Chapman University; James D. Robinson, Univ of Dayton
405115
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
It's All about How You Frame the Message: Exploring New Frontiers of Research on Framing
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: James M. Durbin, The University of Akron
Respondent: Srividya Ramasubramanian, Texas A&M Univ
"'Please Raise Our Children on the Love of Jihad and Martyrdom': Exploring Self-Presentation and Framing with the
Al-Qassam Martyrs" James Sanderson, Arizona State University
"The Importance of Immediate and Implicit Frames: The Framing of New Orleans in the Wake of Katrina" Owen H.
Lynch, Southern Methodist University
"An Analysis of the Methodological Decisions in Media Priming and Framing Effects Research" Theresa Marie de los
Santos, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"'You’re Useless and I’m Bored': The Framing Functions of Competitive Reality Judges" Christopher Bell, University
of Colorado, Colorado Springs
"Investigating the Effects of Communication Modality, Message Framing, and Source Credibility on Presence
Experiences" Robert C. Whitbred, Cleveland State Univ; Cheryl Bracken, Cleveland State University; Paul Skalski,
Cleveland State University; William Weaver, Cleveland State University
405121
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Advertising Media, Messages, and Messengers
Sponsor: Association for Business Communication
Chair: Melissa M. Chastain, Spalding University
Respondent: Andrew F. Herrmann, East Tennessee State University
"Find us on Facebook: Emotional and Cognitive Responses Towards Facebook Social Ads" Qinwei Xie, University of
Florida; Jon Morris, University of Florida; Meng Zhang, University of Florida
"The Application of the Communication Accommodation Theory (CAT) in Making Online Advertising Culturally
Sensitive and Persuasive" Gennadi Gevorgyan, Xavier University
"The Impact of Spokesperson’s Body Sizes on the Perceived Product Quality" Hyuk Soo Kim, University of Alabama;
Steve H. Sohn, University of Louisville
405122
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Listening to the Voices of Citizenship: The Renovation of New Orleans
Sponsor: American Studies Division
Chair: Ron Von Burg, Christopher Newport Univ
Respondent: Kenneth R. Chase, Wheaton College
"Learning to Listen as Hard as We Serve: Becoming Citizens While Providing Aid" Shelley Graves Sizemore, Wake
Forest University
"Listening to a Higher Calling: Identifying Need and Creating Opportunities for Engagement" Patty Ann Bogue,
Texas A&M University
"The Renovation of Citizenship: Immigrants Fight for What Was Their Village" Alessandra Beasley Von Burg, Wake
Forest University
405125
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Social Networking II: Relationship Development
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Lorraine G. Kisselburgh, Purdue University
"'If Students are Not Ashamed to Have Me as a Friend, That’s Good Enough For Me' vs. 'I’m Not Their Friend, I’m
Their Professor': An Exploration of How College and University Instructors Decide Whether or Not to Allow Students as
Facebook Friends" Melissa Plew, Georgia Southern University
"Cultivating Social Resources: The Relationship between Bridging Social Capital and Facebook Use Among
Adults" Nicole B. Ellison, Michigan State University; Jessica Vitak, Michigan State University; Cliff Lampe, Michigan
State University; Rebecca Gray, Michigan State University; Brandon Brooks, Michigan State University
"Effects of Public Figures’ (Para)Social Interaction with Citizens through Social Network Sites: The Moderating Role
of Affiliative Tendency" Eun-Ju Lee, Seoul National Univ; Jeong-woo Jang, Michigan State University
"Remember Me? Facebook and the Motivations to Reconnect" Michael Parsons, Ohio University
"The Depth and Breadth of Relationship Development in Online Social Networks" Victor Bilgen, University of
Connecticut; Mark Hamilton, University of Connecticut
405127
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Communication as Social Construction Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication as Social Construction Division
Presenters:
John Chetro-Szivos, Fitchburg State Univ
Jonathan Shailor, Univ of Wisconsin, Parkside
Christine Davis, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Saskia Witteborn, Chinese Univ of Hong Kong
Liliana Rossmann, California State Univ, San Marcos
Austin Babrow, Ohio University
405128
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Women in Politics: Sarah Palin and Beyond
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Shawn M. Snidow, University of Oklahoma
Respondent: Keith V. Erickson, Univ of Southern Mississippi
"'Outside' Discourse: The Unscripted Rhetoric of Sarah Palin" Elizabeth Roodhouse, University of Pennsylvania
"Going Rogue or Going Backwards? Sarah Palin’s Construction of Femininity in 'Going Rogue'" Kelly L. Winfrey,
University of Kansas
"The First Ladies’ ‘Pillow Sphere’ of Governance: Femininity, Intimacy and Legitimacy in the White House" Rebecca
Jurisz, University of Minnesota
"Women Gain a Voice in Czech Politics: Gender as Strategy in the May 2010 Election" Kristina Horn Sheeler, Indiana
Univ-Purdue Univ, Indianapolis
405129
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Examining Asian American Identity: Memorial, Museum, and Media Activism
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division
Chair: Chin-Chung Chao, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
Respondent: Omar J. Swartz, Univ of Colorado, Denver
"Conflicting National Identities and Ideologies: A Rhetorical Analysis of the National Japanese American Memorial to
Patriotism During World War II" Kaori Yamada, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Our Home Is Here: History, Memory and Identity in the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), New York
Chinatown" Le Han, University of Pennsylvania
"Reimagining Asian American Media Activism" Lori Kido Lopez, Univ of Southern California
405130
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Voices and Flavors of Latina/o Studies; Representación, Cultura y Negociación de Voces Entre Latinas
Sponsor: Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Jessica Klein, El Paso Comm College
Respondent: T.M. Linda Scholz, Eastern Illinois Univ
"Representación Visual y Derechos Humanos: Las Voces de las Mujeres Latinas en el Reciente Cine
Documental" Jessica Retis-Rivas, California State Univ, Northridge
"Rite of Passage: Mexican American Girls, their Parents and the Negotiation of the Quinceañera" Jose L. Rivera,
California State Univ, San Bernardino
"Voices and Flavors of the Colonias: Maximizing Empowerment and Personal Agency through Food Choices and
Preparation among Mexican Women in the Texas Colonias" Masha Sukovic, Texas A&M Univ; Barbara F. Sharf, Texas
A&M Univ; Joseph R. Sharkey, School of Rural Public Health / Texas A&M Health Science Center; Julie St. John ,
Center for Community Health Development / Texas A&M School of Rural Public Health
405131
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
"The Big Uneasy": Voice, and Rhetorics of New Political Documentary Films
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Rosa A. Eberly, Penn State University
Presenters:
Nick Johnson, Penn State University
Angela J. Aguayo, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Thomas W. Benson, Penn State University
Shawn J. Parry-Giles, University of Maryland
Brian Snee, SUNY, Potsdam
Roger Stahl, University of Georgia
Robert Terrill, Indiana University
Harry Shearer, Director
405141
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Translating Scholarship into Practice: Advice, Applications, and Interventions to Strengthen Family
Voices
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Sakile K. Camara, California State Univ, Northridge
Respondent: Kathleen M. Galvin, Northwestern University
"Accounting for Lesbian Families: Lesbian Mothers Respond to Discursive Challenges" Jody Koenig Kellas, Univ of
Nebraska, Lincoln; Elizabeth A. Suter, University of Denver
"Passport toward Success: Description and Evaluation of a Program Designed to Help Children and Families
Reconnect after a Parents’ Military Deployment" Steven Wilson, Purdue University; Kristi L.C. Wilkum, Purdue
University; Skye Chernichky, Univ of New Haven; Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth, Purdue University; Kathy M.
Broniarczyk, Purdue University
"The Voice of the Incarcerated Mother: An Exploratory Study of the Communication in Mother-Child
Relationship" Clare M. Gross, Cleveland State University; Jennelle M. Franz, Cleveland State University; Jill Rudd,
Cleveland State University; Alicia F. Romano, Cleveland State University; Paul Palisin, Cleveland State University
"Coping with Ambiguous Loss: Giving Voice to Military Wives and their Experiences with Spousal Deployment" Kelly
Rossetto, Boston College
405142
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Cognitive and Emotional Influences on the Darker Side of Relational Behavior
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Kirsten Weber, Central Michigan University
"Examining Jealousy Expression as a Function of Emotion and Alcohol Expectancies for Partner’s Drinking
Behavior" Stacy Westerman, University of Georgia; Chadwick A. Sutton, Arizona State University; Jennifer L.
Monahan, University of Georgia
"Jealousy in Four Nations: A Cross-Cultural Analysis" Stephen Croucher, Marist College; Bethany Bohlin, Marist
College; Linda Guarino, Marist College; Adrienne Huy, Marist College; Anthony Izzo, Marist College; Tiffany Sykes,
Marist College; Jared Trumpetto, Marist College; Dini Massad Homsey, University of Oklahoma
"Using Appraisal Theory to Predict Emotional and Coping Responses to Hurtful Messages" Amy M. Bippus, California
State Univ, Long Beach; Stacy L. Young, California State Univ, Long Beach
"Distal and Proximal Influences on Obsessive Relational Intrusion and Stalking: A Comparison of Dispositional and
Contextual Variables" Brian Spitzberg, San Diego State Univ; William Cupach, Illinois State University; Carmen Lee,
San Diego State Univ
"Voices from the Dark Side of the Internet: Commitment, Satisfaction, Perceived Alternatives, Relationship Distance,
and Locus of Last Relationship Termination as Predictors of Facebook Jealousy" Megan Cole, Arizona State Univ;
Harry Weger, Univ of Central Florida
405143
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Biological and Psychological Influences on Everyday Interaction
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Steven D. Cohen, University of Maryland
Respondent: Graham Bodie, Louisiana State University
"An Examination of the Communication Behaviors Related to Fisher’s (2009) Biological Personality Types" Deatrick
Leslie, University of Tennessee; Matthew Gabriel , University of Tennessee; Josh Hayes, University of Tennessee;
Daniel Martin, University of Tennessee; Martijn J. Van Kelegom, University of Tennessee
"An Exploration of Everyday Talk through Culture: A Comparison of Chinese and American Families" Michael E.
Burns, North Dakota State Univ; Judy C. Pearson, North Dakota State Univ; Nan Yu, North Dakota State Univ
"Explaining the Gender-Linked Language Effect: An Empirical Test of a General Process Model" Anthony Mulac, Univ
of California, Santa Barbara; Howard Giles, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; James J. Bradac, University of California,
Santa Barbara
"Triggering Self-presentation Efforts Outside of Peoples’ Conscious Awareness" James Tyler, Purdue University
405144
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Voices of Consciousness Session II
Sponsor: Voices of Consciousness Series
Chair: Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
"Dialogue about Diversity (Racism in Cincinnati)" Jimmie Manning, Northern Kentucky University
"Domestic Violence/Women in Prison" Suzanne Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
"Girls on the Run" Jennifer S. Aubrey, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Loreen Olson, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro
"Human Rights in Ghana" D. Soyini Madison, Northwestern University
"Mentoring Youth" Renee Houston, Univ of Puget Sound
"Prison Communication: Activism Research and Education (PCARE)" Stephen J. Hartnett, Univ of Colorado, Denver;
Bryan J. McCann, Wayne State University; Eleanor M. Novek, Monmouth University
405151
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
The New Voice of Nationalism: Deconstructing the Political Framing of Economic Competitiveness
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: Matt Gayetsky, Univ of Pittsburgh
Respondent: John J. Rief, Univ of Pittsburgh
"Capitalism versus the Capitalist" Aaron Swanlek, Clarion University
"Economic Enemies? Carl Schmitt, Chinese Currency, and a Bloated Concept of the Political" Matt Gayetsky, Univ of
Pittsburgh
"Keeping the Economy in the Family: The Family as Figure in the Tea Party's Economic Conservatism" Dustin
Greenwalt, University of Georgia
"Strategic Maneuvering Underlying the Rhetorical Frame of Economic Nationalism in Security-driven Presidential
Rhetoric" Jeff Kurr, Baylor University
405152
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Not Just a Number: Giving Students a Voice on College Campuses
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Instructional Development Division
Chair: Michelle Burch Coleman, Clark State Comm College
Presenters:
Aaron Burton, Bowling Green State Univ
Kerry Byrnes, Collin County Community College
Brandi N. Frisby, University of Kentucky
Jennifer Walton, Ohio Northern Univ
405153
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
From Monotony to Vocal Variety: Reclaiming Our Voices in the Oral Interpretation of Literature
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Mark S. Hickman, West Chester Univ
Presenters:
Tim W. Brown, Cedar Crest College
Lee Mayfield, James Madison Univ
Adam Sharples, University of Alabama
Kenneth Wayne Young, James Madison Univ
Respondent: Andrew C Jones, Louisiana State University
405154
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Shock Treatment: Giving Voice to Narratives of Culture Shock and Border Crossing Within Forensics
Sponsor: National Forensic Association
Chair: Aaron M. Duncan, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"'You Did What? So Did We!' Acculturation (Dis)Similarities for Coach Initiation" Sarah Lynn Jones, Univ of
Nebraska, Lincoln
"A New Community: Culture Shock in Forensic Coaches Moving Between 2- and 4-Year Programs" Chad Kuyper,
Florida State College, Jacksonville
"Intra-Team Culture Shock: The Defining and Re-Defining of Forensics Teams' Organizational Identities" Emily
Kofoed, Tennessee State University
"Shift Happens: The Challenges that Come with Transitioning through Differing Forensic Regions and
Institutions" Zeke Sorenson, Laramie County Community College
"Speaking of Nationals: Voicing Cultural Variances Between the AFA-NIET and NFA National Tournament" Michael S.
Chouinard, Florida State University
405156
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
In the Event: Alain Badiou and Re-imagining Communication Theory
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Shannon A. Montgomery, Georgia State University
Presenters:
G. Thomas Goodnight, Univ of Southern California
Leonard C. Hawes, University of Utah
Shannon A. Montgomery, Georgia State University
Tomasz Tabako, Georgia State University
Respondent: Barbara Biesecker, University of Georgia
405157
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Rhetoric and Power
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
Respondent: Andrew A. King, Louisiana State University
"After Parrhesia: Covert Acts of Dissent in Open Political Orders" Samuel McCormick, Purdue University
"Language and Power in Chinese Nationalism" Rya J. Butterfield, Louisiana State University
"Power as Sublimation: Walter Lippmann’s Political Psychology" Dave Tell, University of Kansas
"Power as Sublimity" Ned O'Gorman, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Rhetoric, Power, Torture" Jeremy Engels, Pennsylvania State University
"The Power of Ideology" Nathan A. Crick, Louisiana State University
"The Power of Place" G. Mitchell Reyes, Lewis & Clark College
405158
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Voices from the Small College/ University Undergraduate Program
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Barbara Burke, University of Minnesota, Morris
"'The ‘Voice’ of the Small Undergraduate College/University at NCA'" Penny L. Krampien, Adrian College
"Getting Your Voice Heard: Successful Strategies Used by Small Colleges and Universities to Compete for Talented
Instructors" George C. Wharton, Curry College
"Hearing the Voice of Successful Small College/University Undergraduate Programs" Jackie Schmidt, John Carroll
University
"The Voice of the Small College/University in Future Curriculum Planning" Deborrah Uecker, Wisconsin Lutheran
College
"Voice of Adjunct Faculty in the Small College Undergraduate Program" Ina R. Ames, www.mmworkshops
11:00 AM
408011
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
"Just" Voices and Border Crossings
Sponsors: La Raza Caucus, Theatre Division
Chair: Karen S. Mitchell, Univ of Northern Iowa
Respondent: Bernadette Calafell, University of Denver
"'Border Crossings': The Risks and Impact of Simulations on Student Facilitators" Jennifer Cooley, University of
Northern Iowa; Karen S. Mitchell, Univ of Northern Iowa
"Justicia @ Hutto" Olivia Gessella Perez-Langley, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Road Blocks and Border Crossings: You Know I Can’t Talk Like This Just Anywhere" Rebecca Kennerly, Georgia
Southern University
408012
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Teachers on Teaching Session II
Sponsor: Teachers on Teaching Series
Chair: Marian Houser, Texas State Univ, San Marcos
Presenters:
Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Indiana University
Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
Andrew S. Rancer, University of Akron
Paul Schrodt, Texas Christian University
Michael A. Tew, Eastern Michigan University
Brian Scott Titsworth, Ohio University
408013
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Difficult Dialogues in Communication: Publishing Communication Research in a Digital Age
Sponsor: Difficult Dialogues in Communication
Chair: Ted Striphas, Indiana University
Presenters:
Katherine Burton, Taylor & Francis
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Pomona College
Mark Hayward, American University of Paris
David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
W. Benjamin Myers, Univ of South Carolina, Upstate
Desiree D. Rowe, Univ of South Carolina, Upstate
Ted Striphas, Indiana University
Eric Zinner, NYU Press
408014
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Caucus on Disability Issues Business Meeting
Sponsor: Caucus on Disability Issues
Presenters:
Benjamin R. Bates, Ohio University
Susan Sample, University of Utah
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
James Ferris, University of Toledo
James Cherney, Wayne State Univ
Kallia Wright, Univ of Technology, Jamaica
Kurt Lindemann, San Diego State Univ
Kelly P. Herold, Winona State Univ
Bruce Henderson, Ithaca College
Christopher R. Smit, Calvin College
Joy M. Cypher, Rowan University
Elaine Jenks, West Chester Univ
Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Maggie Quinlan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
408015
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
The Voice of African/African American Women
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chair: Shauntae Brown White, North Carolina Central Univ
Respondent: Heather Harris, Stevenson University
"Communicating Identities: The Voices of US African-American and African Ghanaian Mothers" Sakile K. Camara,
California State Univ, Northridge
"Delayed Voice(s): Memory, Terror, Trauma and the Un(Imaginary) in Black Women's Discourse" Dorthy L.
Pennington, University of Kansas
"Minstrel or Auteur? African American Women’s Responses to Tyler Perry" Kennaria C. Brown, Berea College
"The Rhetorical Legacies of Black Motherhood and Scorching Irony in Sara Stanley’s Speech to the 'State Convention
of Colored Men' (1855)" Jason Edward Black, University of Alabama
"The Silencing of Black Mothers: A Textual Analysis of Urban Education Films" Nicole Files-Thompson, Emerson
College
408021
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Gender, Race, and Communication in Culturally Diverse Environments
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: Ross W. Buck, University of Connecticut; Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign; Catherine Palczewski, Univ of Northern Iowa; Gust A. Yep, San Francisco State Univ
"01. A Princess Cut Identity: The Shaping of the Crystallized Self through Female Participation in Youth
Sports" Kirsten Anne Schuster, Southern Methodist University; Owen H. Lynch, Southern Methodist University
"02. A Review of African-American Seminal Research" Onyx Taylor, California State University, San Bernardino
"03. Antecedents to College Students’ Attitude toward Integration" Sachiyo M. Shearman, East Carolina University
"04. Apology as a Culturally Persuadable Form of Talk: An Analysis of Culturally Situated Facework" Joshua R.
Pederson, University of Iowa
"05. Attributes of Highly Contemptuous People" John Crowley, University of Washington
"06. Auto-Ethnography of a Woman Over Weight" Tracey Frazier, Eastern Michigan university
"07. Cartography of the Repressed: Trickster’s Bible as Liberatory Practice" Chema Salinas, Arizona State Univ
"08. Chinese New Media, Boy-Love Novels, and the Discourse of Masculinity and Romance in Chinese Society" Yuan
Gong, Ohio State University; Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University
"09. Decreasing the Welcome Deficit: Diversity and Dialogue in a Community Initiative" Stephanie Norander,
Missouri State Univ; Gloria J. Galanes, Missouri State Univ
"10. Framing Acceptance, Framing Memory: Representations of Civil Rights in Mississippi" Jacob A. Dickerson, North
Carolina State University
"11. F**king the Other: Marking Race and Communicating Intra- and Cross-racial Desire on Manhunt.net" Alfred L.
Martin, Jr., University of Texas, Austin
"12. Gender Stereotype of Thin Female Characters on Kid’s Television" Hyuk Soo Kim, University of Alabama
"13. Giving Voice to Community Needs through Pedagogical Practices: A Critical Feminist Approach to Service
Learning" Amy Duvall, University of Arkansas
"14. Giving Voice to Issues of Diversity: Showing the Videos 'Precious', 'Ethnic Notions', and 'The Celluloid Closet' in
the Communication Classroom" Kristen L. Majocha, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown; Ako Inuzuka, University of
Pittsburgh, Johnstown
"15. Horses, Women, and Dirt: Lessons of Embodying and Performing Feminist Aesthetics" Dawn Marie McIntosh,
University of Denver
"16. Invoking Resilience: Development of an Interpersonal Resilience in Romantic Relationships Scale (IR3)" Gary
A. Beck, Old Dominion University
"17. Let Their Voices Be Heard: The Visibility of Black Gay Men on Campus" LaCharles T. Ward, Southern Illinois
Univ, Carbondale
"18. Like Us, Like them: The Effects of Televised Intergroup Contact on Prejudicial Attitudes" Nicholas Joyce,
University of Arizona
"19. Message Quality and Standing to Support: A Qualitative Study of Support Messages Given to African-American
HIV Survivors" Dale Hample, University of Maryland; Ling Na, University of Maryland
"20. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Interpersonal Contact: An FS/QCA Approach to Understanding
Intergroup Attitudes" Anita Fay Atwell Seate, University of Arizona; Nicholas Joyce, University of Arizona; Jake
Harwood, University of Arizona
"21. Non-Accommodation as Experienced by Young Adults" Jessica Gasiorek, University of California, Santa Babara
"22. Performance Auto-Ethnography — A Transgendered Life in 15 (very short) Acts" Julie Peters, Deakin University
"23. Physician Attractiveness and Expectancy Violation: An Analysis of the Effects of Gender and Attractiveness in
Provider-Patient Communication" Sheryl Perlmutter Bowen, Villanova University; Qi Wang, Villanova University
"24. Renegotiating the 'Macho-Man Thing': Expanding Conceptions of Masculinity in Murderball and How to Train
Your Dragon" Carrie Isard, Temple University
"25. Safe Sex is Funny Business: Humor and Cultural Taboos" Deepa Anagondahalli, University of Maryland
"26. Serial Arguments in Inter-Ethnic Relationships" Dale Hample, University of Maryland; Ioana Andreea Cionea,
University of Maryland
"27. The Multicultural Classroom: Working to Create Opportunities out of Possible Obstacles " Jim Schnell, Ohio
Dominican University
"28. The Voice of Aesthetics in Christian Education and the Fine Arts" James M. Brandon, Hillsdale College
"29. Voice in Community: Healing Trauma through Therapeutic Drum Circles" Brecken Chinn Swartz, Curry College
"30. When the Ends Do Not Justify the Means: Ethical Concerns and the Donor-Patient Dilemma in Cancer
Communications Campaigns" Kathleen Stansberry, University of Oregon
"31. Where's My Daddy: Effects of Fatherlessness on Women's Relational Communication" LaToya Jackson, San
Jose State University; Priya Raman, San Jose State University
408022
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Top Papers in Instructional Development Communication
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Steven D. Cohen, University of Maryland
Respondent: Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman University
"'If You Can Dream It, You Can Achieve It': Parent Memorable Messages as Indicators of College Student
Success" Haley Kranstuber, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Kristen Carr, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Angela M. Hosek,
Emerson College
"Instructional Feedback II: How Do Instructor Immediacy Cues and Facework Tactics Interact to Predict Student
Motivation and Fairness Perceptions?" Jeff Kerssen-Griep, Univ of Portland; Paul Witt, Texas Christian University
"Consumerist Education in America: When Ideology Impacts the Basic Purpose of Higher Education" Jason Wrench,
SUNY, New Paltz; Shannon Brogan, Kentucky State University; Angea Fiore, Allegheny County Community College; Jim
McKean, Ohio University, Chillicothe
"Learner-to-Learner Immediacy: Refocusing the Lens of Nonverbal and Verbal Immediacy" Christine Keller,
University of North Texas; Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
408024
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Applied Moves in Ethnography of Communication Research: Fostering a Conversation between
Scholarship and Practice
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chairs: David Boromisza-Habashi, Univ of Colorado, Boulder; Leah Sprain, Colorado State University
Presenters:
David Boromisza-Habashi, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Donal A. Carbaugh, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
Lisa M. Coutu, University of Washington
James L. Leighter, Creighton University
Trudy Milburn, Independent Researcher
Derek Miller , The Policy Lab
Lisa Rudnick, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research
Leah Sprain, Colorado State University
Rebecca M. Townsend, Manchester Community College
408025
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Experiments in Écriture Féminine: Voices of Body, Voices of Text
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Brianne Kristine Waychoff, Louisiana State University
Presenters:
Kari-Anne Innes, Bowling Green State University
Brianne Kristine Waychoff, Louisiana State University
Respondent: Benjamin D. Powell, CUNY BMCC
408028
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Listening to the Wrong Voice and Drawing in Bad Information: Teaching Students to Correctly Use
Supporting Material
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Rick Lindner, Georgia Perimeter College
Presenters:
Linda Bowen, Georgia Perimeter College, Newton
Kathleen DeMarco, Georgia Perimeter College, Newton
Lindsey Icenogle, Georgia Perimeter College, Decatur
Robert G. Leonard, Sinclair Community College
Jodie D. Mandel, College of Southern Nevada
Chris Moser, Georgia Perimeter College, Newton
C. Thomas Preston Jr., Gainesville State College
Raymond C. Puchot (In Memoriam), College of Southern Nevada
408029
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Association for Chinese Communication Studies Business Meeting
Sponsor: Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Presenters:
Zhuojun Joyce Chen, Univ of Northern Iowa
Chin-Chung Chao, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
408031
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
When Queer Goes Digital
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication
Studies Division, Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Sara Mourad, University of Pennsylvania
Respondents: Nora Draper, University of Pennsylvania; Stephanie Mannis, University of Pennsylvania; Aymar
Jean Christian, University of Pennsylvania; Sara Mourad, University of Pennsylvania
"Are There Queer Web Series?" Aymar Jean Christian, University of Pennsylvania
"Lebanese Queer Negotiations of Visibility Online" Sara Mourad, University of Pennsylvania
"Reading Queerness: Visual Sexuality Cues in Online Dating" Stephanie Mannis, University of Pennsylvania
"Storytelling Online: The Role of Personal Narrative in the 'It Gets Better' Campaign" Nora Draper, University of
Pennsylvania
408051
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Voices of Distress and Recovery in the Family
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Family Communication Division
Chair: Lauren Amaro, Arizona State University
Presenters:
Lauren Amaro, Arizona State University
Kory Floyd, Arizona State University
Gino Giannini, Arizona State Univ
Andrea Iaccheri, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Paige Toller, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
Respondent: Jody Koenig Kellas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
408052
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Crossing Voices: Latina Feminism, Family Nicknaming and Disparaging Humor
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, La Raza Caucus
Chair: Daniel E. Schabot, Cameron University
Presenters:
Dave Nelson, Valdosta State University
John Nicholson, Mississippi State Univ
George Pacheco Jr., Angelo State Univ
Leslie Rodriguez, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Wade Walker, Louisiana State University
Respondent: John C. Meyer, Univ of Southern Mississippi
408053
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Voice in Revolt: Uprising, Movement, Commemoration
Sponsors: Black Caucus, Convention Theme Group
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Chair: Dante Morelli, Suffolk County Community College
Presenters:
Todd A. Allen, Geneva College
Pat Arneson, Duquesne University
Gina Castle Bell, George Mason Univ
Dante Morelli, Suffolk County Community College
Danna Prather, Suffolk County Community College
408054
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
On Solidarity and Voice: The Wisconsin Budget Repair Bill, Union Busting, Fleeing Senators, and
Political Voice
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Mridula Mascarenhas, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Bakhtin and the Buffalo Beast: The Carnival and Ethical Aspects of the Scott Walker Prank Call" Phil Rippke, Univ of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Deliberation and Dissent: On the Ethical Necessity and Hazards of Disrupting Public Institutions" John W. Gastil,
Penn State University; Robert Kraig, Citizen Action of Wisconsin
"Dialogue and the Future of Democracy: Constructive Conversations in the Midst of Wisconsin's Budget
Crisis" Jonathan Shailor, Univ of Wisconsin, Parkside
"Speaking Politically: The Metacommunicative Terms of a Political Impasse" Theresa R. Castor, Univ of Wisconsin,
Parkside
"The Role of Union Leaders and the Democratic Party in Narrowing Solidarity and Voice" Dana L. Cloud, Univ of
Texas, Austin
408055
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Providing a Voice to a Mass Audience
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division, Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Adam C. Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
Respondent: Mary Beth Earnheardt, Youngstown State Univ
"Bad Reception: Al-Jazeera English’s Network Expansion and Barriers in Global News Discourse" Ian Davis,
University of Illinois
"Construction of Unfinalized 'Voice' in Popular Cultural Communication through Bakhtin’s Global Concepts." Eungjun
Min, Rhode Island College
"Radio Goes to Resistance: Providing Voice for the Powerless in Occupation" Cheryl R. Jorgensen-Earp, Lynchburg
College
408057
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Can You Hear Me Now? Performing Poetry, Pop-Culture, and Politics
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Bryant Keith Alexander, California State Univ, Los Angeles
Presenters:
Rachel Hastings, California State University, Long Beach
Javon Johnson, University of Southern California
Respondents: Subrina Robinson, California State University, Long Beach; Bryant Keith Alexander, California State Univ,
Los Angeles
408060
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Environmental Communication Division: Top Four Papers
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Brenden E. Kendall, Clemson University
Respondent: Stephen Depoe, Univ of Cincinnati
"Toward a Theory of Environmental Patriotism*" Anne Marie Todd, San Jose State University
"Doubt, Delay and Discourse: Communication and Climate Change Denial" Theodore Zorn, University of Waikato;
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato; Juliet Roper, University of Waikato
"Defending the Fort: Michael Crichton, Pulp Fiction, and Green Conspiracy**" Patrick Belanger, Univ of Southern
California
"Speaking Electronically: Mountaintop Removal and the Possibilities for Public Advocacy through Virtual Toxic
Tours*" Tom Bowers, Northern Kentucky University
408061
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
George Herbert Mead Lecture Series: Symbolic Interactionism and Communication
Sponsor: Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction
Chair: Shing-Ling Sarina Chen, University of Northern Iowa
Respondent: Shing-Ling Sarina Chen, University of Northern Iowa
"The Future of Narrative(s) in the Study of Health and Illness" Christopher A. Faircloth, Xavier University of
Louisiana
408062
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
The Politics of Oppression, Aggression, and Reconciliation: Studies of Japan-U.S. Relations
Sponsor: Japan-U.S. Communication Association
Chair: Donald Jung, Southeast Missouri State
Respondent: Mikiko Crawford, Ohio University Southern
"The Epideictic Nature of the 'End of War' Speech: Hirohito and Truman *Top Student Paper" Shannon V. Stevens,
Univ of Minnesota
"The 'Mute' Sites and Practices of Anti-base Protest in Post-September 11 Okinawa" Hiroko Okuda, Nanzan
University
"Media Framing Analysis of Japan-U.S. Conflicts in the Era of 'Japan (Sur)Passing': A Cross-Cultural
Comparison" Koji Fuse, University of North Texas; Nicole Holland Pearce, University of North Texas; James Mueller,
University of North Texas
"Parody Diplomacy: A Civic Participatory Diplomacy" Yasuhito Abe, University of Southern California
"A Voice of Being Accused: Liberation from Internalized Oppression" Makoto Saito, Westfield State University
408070
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
The Power of Women’s Political Voices
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Lisa Burns, Quinnipiac University
"'The View' on Politics: Giving Voice to Women’s Political Perspectives" Lisa Burns, Quinnipiac University
"Lady Jessie Street: A Voice from History" Karrin Anderson, Colorado State University; Sue D. Pendell, Colorado
State University
"Sandra Day O'Connor's Post Supreme Court Political Voice" Nichola Gutgold, Penn State Univ, Lehigh Valley
"Sarah Palin’s Rude Voice: Strategic Incivility and the Woman Warrior" Janis L. Edwards, University of Alabama
408071
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Rights and Freedoms of Urban Voices
Sponsor: Freedom of Expression Division
Chair: Roger Smitter, Chesapeake College
Respondent: Roger Smitter, Chesapeake College
"'Free Speech Zones' and 'Speech Free Zones': Reflections on the First Amendment and Public Space" Dale A.
Herbeck, Boston College
"Do First Amendment Clauses Protecting Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion Collide?" Martin Wallenstein,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
"Rights to the City and the Right to Not Communicate" Susan J. Drucker, Hofstra University; Gary Gumpert, Urban
Communication Foundation
408072
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Speaking of Good Girls Gone Bad: Race, Gender, and Class Politics Surrounding U.S. Media
Representations of the "Female Culture Crisis"
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Sarah Comer, University of Georgia
Respondent: Rachel Dubrofsky, University of South Florida
"'But She Had It All': Representations of Killer Women on the True Crime Series Snapped and Deadly
Women" Shannon L. Holland, Clemson University; Michael Lee, College of Charleston
"'The Slut List': A Feminist Examination of the Discursive Formation of Girls’ Promiscuity, Popularity, and
Power" Emily D. Ryalls, Univ of South Florida
"Disciplining Drunken Mothers: Media Representations of Women’s Use of Alcohol" Jenni Simon, University of North
Carolina, Greensboro
408073
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Voices Across Disciplines: Womentoring Cross-Discipline Appointments
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chairs: Jennifer Jackson, Univ of Memphis; Janelle Briggs, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Presenters:
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University
Susan Case, Case Western Reserve
Laura L. Ellingson, Santa Clara University
Alberto Gonzalez, Bowling Green State Univ
Diana K. Ivy, Texas A&M Univ, Corpus Christi
Allyson Jule, Trinity Western University
Amber Kinser, East Tennessee State University
Cynthia M. Lont, George Mason Univ
Karla D. Scott, St. Louis University
Paaige K. Turner, St. Louis University
408095
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
They'll Huff and Puff and Blow Your House Down: How Bullies Destroy Faculty, Morale, and
Departments
Sponsors: Association for Communication Administration, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Molly M. Wertheimer, Penn State Univ
Presenters:
Jerry L. Allen, Univ of New Haven
Janis Andersen, Emerson College
Lorin Basden Arnold, Rowan University
Ann B. Frymier, Miami University
Mark Hickson, Univ of Alabama, Birmingham
Kara Laskowski, Shippensburg University
Diane M. Monahan, Saint Leo University
Timothy P. Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
Alfred G. Mueller II, Mount St. Mary's University
Molly M. Wertheimer, Penn State Univ
Susan M. Wieczorek, Univ of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
408101
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Top 3 Competitive Papers in Critical and Cultural Studies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kevin Ayotte, California State University, Fresno
Respondent: Linda Baughman, Christopher Newport University
"Life and Death of the American Pickers: Visual Labor and the Commodity Fetish" Eric Jenkins, University of
Cincinnati
"Multinational Going Cultural: A Postcolonial Deconstruction of Cultural Intelligence" Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue
University; Debalina Dutta, Purdue University
"Silencing Racialized Voices: Whiteness and Neoliberalism in Crash" Rachelle Avery, University of North Texas
408103
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Ghosts in the Machine: (Para)textuality, Trauma, and Popular Culture
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Diana Iulia Nastasia, University of North Dakota
Respondent: Bernardo A. Attias, California State Univ, Northridge
"From Bogeymen to Lost Fathers: Trauma, Cinema and the Bosnian War" Dijana Jelaca, Univ of Massachusetts
"Lost in Paratextuality: The Official Lost Podcast as Master Paratext" Brian MacAuley, Pennsylvania State University
"Of Ghosts and Spooks: Numbers Stations, Cultural Trauma, and the Popular Haunting of Espionage" Ashley Noel
Mack, University of Texas, Austin; Robert L. Mack, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Speaking for Hitler: Downfall and Its Ludic Uptake" Christopher Gilbert, Indiana University, Bloomington
408104
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
Advertising, Capitalism and Consumption
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Lindsay Fullerton, Northwestern University
Respondent: Bin Xing, Kent State University
"You Can Be Old, as Long as You’re Young: Advertisers’ Construction of the 50-plus Target Market" Nadine
Gabbadon, Lincoln University
"How Far Have We Come? Fashion Advertisements in Vogue Before and After the Feminist Revolution" Jessica
Ruggles, University of Hartford; Mala Matacin, University of Hartford
"Remembering Print Advertisements: Exploring the Interactions of Modality, Concreteness and Mental
Imagery" Tyler Solloway, Ohio State University
"Black Friday Everyday: Capitalism, Consumption, and Community in Online Deal Forums" Christopher A. Medjesky,
Bowling Green State Univ; Clayton Rosati, Bowling Green State Univ
408106
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Organizational Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Presenter:
John Lammers, University of Illinois
408110
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D1 - Third Floor
Remembering Lynda Lee Kaid
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: John C. Tedesco, Virginia Tech
Presenters:
Mary C. Banwart, University of Kansas
Dianne Bystrom, Iowa State University
Mitchell S. McKinney, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
408112
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Applied Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Presenters:
Michelle Miller-Day, Penn State University
Joy L. Hart, University of Louisville
Julie Volkman, Emerson College
Ryan S. Bisel, University of Oklahoma
David R. Novak, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
408113
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
Fall Out: The Rhetoric and Discourse of the Nuclear Crisis in Japan
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: James I. Wynn, Carnegie Mellon Univ
Respondent: William J. Kinsella, North Carolina State University
"International Values and Nuclear Crises" Jessica Sochol, Carnegie Mellon University
"Nuclear Accident and/as Natural Disaster: An Accidental Rhetoric of Fukushima Nuclear Crisis During 2011 East
Japan Earthquake" Satoru Aonuma, Tsuda College; Joseph P. Zompetti, Illinois State University
"Nuclear Crisis and the Politics of Formal Representations" Olga Kuchinskaya, University of Pittsburgh
"Three Mile Island Redux? The Press, the Public, and Nuclear Power" James I. Wynn, Carnegie Mellon Univ
408114
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Simply the Best: The Top Five Papers of the Student Section
Sponsor: Student Section
Maurepas - Third Floor
Chair: Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri
Respondent: David Ta-Pryor, University of Missouri
"Conspiracy Rhetoric Meets the Apocalypse (Again): The Ambiguous Voice of the Zeitgeist Movement" Kyle Kellam,
Wayne State University
"'Dying With Their Rights On': Agency, Mental Illness, and Representation in 1980s New York" Jessica Bargar, Penn
State
"User-Generated Content Creation: An Exploration of the Impact of Motivation and Internet Self-Efficacy" Toby
Hopp, University of Oregon
"The Role of the Humphrey Program: A Coorientational Approach" Jarim Kim, University of Maryland, College Park
"The Academic Freedom Campaign: Case Study of a 'Dangerous Professor' and his Class" Erin E. Baird, University of
Oklahoma
408115
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
Fear of weak voices: Why national broadcasting interests fight community radio
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Joy Hayes, University of Iowa
"Civil Voices: Community radio and the thickening of civil society in Mexico" Joy Hayes, University of Iowa
"Cultivating Local Voices: The Past, Present and Future Challenges of LPFM" Zack Stiegler, Indiana Univ of
Pennsylvania
"Hurricane Katrina: Local Radio and Community Responsibility" Reginald F. Moody, University of South Alabama,
Mobile
"Who’s Afraid of Thai Community Radio?" Patricia W. Elliott, University of Regina
408121
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Burke in Conversation with Others
Sponsor: Kenneth Burke Society
Chair: Erik Garrett, Duquesne University
Respondent: Erik Garrett, Duquesne University
"Identification in the Success of Joel Osteen: What Burke Might Say" Cory Williams, Concord University
"Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger on Language and Catharsis" Cem Zeytinoglu, East Stroudsburg Univ
"Levinas and Buber unpack Burke: The Other in Kenneth Burke’s rhetorical theory" Loubna El Abbadi, Carnegie
Mellon University
"Revolutions without Ideology? Some clues from Paul Ricoeur and Kenneth Burke" Fadoua Loudiy, Slippery Rock
University
408122
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Why a Voice is not Enough: Multiple Views of the Listener and Listening
Sponsor: International Listening Association
Chair: Molly Stoltz, Valdosta State Univ
"The Relations among Eysenck's Big Three, Emotional IQ, Taking Conflict Personally and the Big Three of ActiveEmpathic Listening" Michelle Pence, Louisiana State University; Andrea J. Vickery, Louisiana State University
"The Forum on Listening Ethics: A Postmodern Form for a Postmodern Field" Molly Stoltz, Valdosta State Univ
"Listening to Diverse Student Voices in Faculty Development: An Exploration of Impact" Lori J. Carrell, Univ of
Wisconsin, Oshkosh
408123
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
NFHS Speech Editorial Board Meeting
Sponsor: NFHS Speech, Debate, and Theatre Association
Presenters:
Richard E. Edwards, Baylor University
Kevin Minch, Truman State Univ
Kent Summers, National Federation of State High School Associations
408125
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Virtual Media Voices and the Technologizing of the Spoken Word
Sponsor: Media Ecology Association
Chair: Paul R. Grosswiler, Univ of Maine
"Quintilian's 'Good Man Speaking Well' Remediated? The Virtual Troll Speaking Swell" Steven L. Reagles, Bethany
Lutheran College
"Texts, Virtual Texts, and the Voices in our Heads: Questions of Interactivity Emerging from an EEG Investigation of
Page and Screen Reading" Robert C. MacDougall, Curry College
"Virtual Media Voices: "Isn't It Nice to Have a Computer That Will Talk to You?"" Paul R. Grosswiler, Univ of Maine
"Voices From the Cloud: The Virtual Sonification of Contemporary Culture" Edward E. Tywoniak, Saint Mary's
College of California
408127
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
The Artistic Expression of Culture in the Mass Media
Sponsors: International and Intercultural Communication Division, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Qi Wang, Villanova University
Respondent: Susan B. Poulsen, Portland State University
"Effects of Cultural Preferences for Visual Styles on Perceptions of Television Commercials" Jin Liu, Cornell
University; Susan Fussell, Cornell University
"Bollywoodization of Foreign Policy: How Film Discourse Portrays Tension between States" Azmat Rasul, University
of the Punjab
"New Citizens…or Unthreatening Others? Constructing Europeanness in TVE’s Babel" Susana Martinez Guillem, Univ
of Colorado, Boulder
"Transnational Television Formats and Cultural Adaptation: Who Wants to be a Millionaire in India" Lauhona
Ganguly, American University
408128
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in the History of Rhetoric
Sponsor: American Society for the History of Rhetoric
Chair: Jermaine Martinez, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Cross-Examining Scripture: Testimonial Strategies in Thomas Paine’s The Age of Reason" David C. Hoffman,
Baruch College, CUNY
"Imitation and Parody: Rhetorical Theory and Augustan Rome" Kathleen Suzanne Lamp, Arizona State University
"Propaganda in the Presidential Campaign of Alfred E. Smith" Peter J. Bicak, Rockhurst University
"Women’s Voices as an Epistemological Tool: Mediated Consciousness-Raising in Ms. Magazine, 1972-1977" Sarah
Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
408129
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
East Asian Media Discourse: Korean and Japanese Journalism and Taiwanese Popular Culture
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Communication Studies Division
Chair: Delindus R. Brown, Saint Augustine's College
Respondent: Wenshu Lee, Loyola Marymount Univ
"Can Everyone Have a Voice? Different Fates of Citizen Journalism in Korea and Japan" Inkyu Kang, Penn State,
Behrend College
"Cultural Anxiety: Textualizing the Virginia Tech Shooting in South Korea’s Media Coverage" Kyung Han You,
Pennsylvania State University
"My Fair Lady is a Baby: A Critical Analysis of Femininity in Taiwanese Popular Culture" Hsin-I Yueh, University of
Iowa
408130
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Religious Voices and Media
Sponsors: Mass Communication Division, Religious Communication Association
Chair: Colene J. Lind, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Daniel Brown, Grove City College
"The Voice of AIDS: A Case Study in Religious Media" Andrew Kirk, Southern Illinois University; Katie Gilliam, King
County Elections; Jeremy Salucka, Olmsted Medical Center; Nathan Sargent, Peace Corps
"(Un)Reasonable Voices: Perelman’s Universal Audience and Al-Qaeda’s Inspire Magazine" Meagan Schreiner,
California State University, Sacramento; Mark A. E. Williams, California State Univ, Sacramento; S. David Zuckerman,
California State Univ, Sacramento
"Where is the Moderate Muslim Voice? Constituting the American Muslim Subject through the Discourse of the
'Moderate Muslim'" Renu Pariyadath, University of Iowa
"A Pastor, a Rabbi and an Imam Walk into a Newscast: A Content Analysis of the Use of Religious Experts on the
U.S. Evening News" Cathy Rosenholtz, University of Missouri, Columbia
408131
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Giving Voice to Organizational Ethics: Case Studies as Engaged Pedagogy
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Steve May, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Presenters:
Charles Conrad, Texas A&M University
Sarah B. Feldner, Marquette University
Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University
Alex Lyon, College of Brockport, SUNY
Caryn E. Medved, Baruch College, CUNY
Rebecca J. Meisenbach, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
Mark Ricci, College at Brockport, SUNY
Kendra Dyanne Rivera, California State University, San Marcos
Sarah J. Tracy, Arizona State University
408141
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Voices in the Stepfamily: Communicating Identity
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Andrea Lambert South, Northern Kentucky University
Respondent: Leah E. Bryant, DePaul University
"Investigating Stepparent-Stepchild Interactions: The Role of Communication Accommodation" Rebecca B. Speer,
University of California, Santa Barbara; Howard Giles, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Amanda N. Denes, Univ of
California, Santa Barbara
"Giving Voice to Extended Stepfamily Members: An Exploration of the Construction and Maintenance of
Stepgrandparent Stepfamily Identity" Becky L. DeGreeff, Upper Iowa Univ
"Stepsiblings’ Use of Politeness in Emotional Expression" Emily N. Lamb Normand, Olivet Nazarene Univ
"Stepchildren’s Perceptions of Accommodation with their Nonresidential Parent’s Family" Rebecca DiVerniero,
Christopher Newport University
408142
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Avoiding Difficult Discussions: Processes and Predictors
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Christin E. Bates, University of Georgia
Respondent: Amy Janan Johnson, University of Oklahoma
"Relationships as Secondary and Serial Arguing: Associations with Patterns of Distancing and Post-episodic
Stress" Sara R. DiDomenico, Northwestern University; Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
"When Friends Deflect Questions about Sensitive Information: Individual Differences and Explanations for
Avoidance" Erin Donovan-Kicken, Univ of Texas, Austin; Joseph McGlynn III, Univ of Texas, Austin; Jane Damron,
Univ of Texas, Austin
"A Skills Deficit or Not Using the Skills that are Available? Communication Competence and Communication Efficacy
as Explanations for why Topic Avoidance is Dissatisfying" Anne Casillas, University of California, Santa Barbara;
Tamara Afifi, University of California, Santa Barbara
"It Depends on Why You Ask Me: The Multiple Meanings of Intrusive Requests for Information" Erin DonovanKicken, Univ of Texas, Austin; Jennifer Bute, Ohio University; Emily Richardson, University of Texas at Austin; Sarah T.
Zaitchik, Univ of Texas, Austin
408143
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
The Conservative Voice and the National Communication Association
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Richard E. Vatz, Towson University
Presenters:
Kristin K. Froemling, Radford University
Eric Grabowsky, Dickinson State Univ
Craig R. Smith, California State Univ, Long Beach
D.L. Stephenson, Western Connecticut State Univ
Richard E. Vatz, Towson University
Bradley S. Wesner, Nova Southeastern University
408144
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Great Ideas for Teaching Students (G.I.F.T.S) Session III
Sponsor: Great Ideas for Teaching Students (G.I.F.T.S)
Chair: Patricia O'Keefe, College of Marin
"01. American Values in the Global Workplace" Kim M. Omachinski, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"02. Challenging Your Students to Express their Voice by Paying it Foward" Tim McKenna, Ohio University
"03. Getting to know you: Using photo narratives to break the ice" Andrea Terry, Cuesta College
"04. Giving Students a Public Voice: How Blogging Enhances the Learning Process " Jennifer Gill Rosier, James
Madison University
"05. Google Me? Facebook You! Implications of Online Voices" J. Kanan Sawyer, West Chester University
"06. Intercultural Voices: Whose voices are privileged, acknowledged, and silenced?" Sarah T. Zaitchik, Univ of
Texas, Austin
"07. Is this a real assignment? Identifying persuasion, fallacies and Monroe using Vince and his Slap Chop" Matthew
Woods, Berkeley City College
"08. Making the Familiar Strange: Creatively Engaging Voice, Gesture, and Storytelling within the Public Speaking
Classroom" Kristen C. Blinne, Univ of South Florida
"09. Patriotism and Ethnocentrism: When is the Line Crossed?" Anna Herrman, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"10. SVU: Stereotyping and Perceptual Tendencies of 'RAW'" Helena R. Mays, Glendale Community College; Pamela
Joraanstad, Glendale Community College
"11. The Frankenstein Project: Voicing Concerns Regarding Media's Role in Constructing Romantic Relationship
Ideals" Elizabeth N. Ribarsky, Univ of Illinois, Springfield
"12. The Games We Play" Alex Leith, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
"13. The Whole World as 100 People" Ashley Fitch Blair, Union University
"14. The Worst-Case Scenario: Using Humor to Give Voice to Communication Apprehension " Anne E. Kerber,
Winona State University
"15. Understanding Hariman’s (1995) Conventions of Bureaucratic Authority through University Regulations of
Parking" Abigail Selzer King, Purdue University
"16. Using NPR's 'This I Believe' Program to Engage and Inspire Everyday Voices in the Public Speaking Classroom
" Katie Kavanagh O'Neill, University of Pittsburgh
"17. Voice in Healthcare Interactions: Burke, Agency, and Student Experiences" Erin F. Doss, Purdue University
"18. What do I say if I don’t know the answer? And other difficulties in public speaking" Lisa Leopold, Monterey
Institute of International Studies
"19. What happens when cell phone observations and a wiki meet? Documenting cell phone use in everyday life and
facilitating collaborative learning" Elizabeth Tolman, South Dakota State Univ
"20. What’s the Story with Women’s Magazines?" Nichole Kathol, University of Wisconsin, Barron County; Ryan
Weaver, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
408151
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
The Culture of Fear: Immigration and the Border
Sponsor: Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division
Chair: Jennifer Willis-Rivera, Univ of Wisconsin, River Falls
Respondent: Stacey Sowards, Univ of Texas, El Paso
"For Our Borders, For Our Culture, For Our Future: Tom Tancredo for America" Donathan Brown, Ithaca College
"Producing a Culture of Fear among American Citizens: Lifelong Learning, Immigration and the Media Post9/11" Cristina Mislan, Pennsylvania State University
"Revisiting Borderlands/La Frontera: Towards a Communication Theory of Hybrid Border Identity" Sarah Upton,
University of New Mexico
408152
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Amplifying the Voice of Elementary and Secondary Communication Education
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, NCA Educational Policies Board
Chair: Sara C. Weintraub, Regis College
Presenters:
Phil Backlund, Central Washington University
Melissa Beall, University of Northern Iowa
Valerie A. Goff Whitecap, Carlow University
John R. Heineman, Lincoln High School, Nebraska
Ruth E. Kay, Detroit Country Day School
William Seiler, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Jean Ann Streiff, Oakland Catholic High School
Nancy Willets, Cape Cod Community College
408153
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Voice of Evaluation: Shaping Judges' Voices and the Effect on Competition
Sponsor: Argumentation and Forensics Division
Chair: Gina L. Jensen, Webster University
Respondent: Jeffrey A. Stoppenhagen, Boise State University
"Binning and Blocking: Methods of Maintaining Elite Classes of Debate Adjudicators" Rose Helens-Hart, University of
Kansas
"Delivery in NPDA: An analysis of fast and slow delivery" Michael H. Eaves, Valdosta State Univ
"Giving lay judges the keys to the castle: How a framework manual helps prepare and inform perspective guest
judges about what they are about to see and hear" Thomas D. Serfass, Webster University
"Judge adaptation as a crucial pedagogical tool in parliamentary debate" Steve R. Robertson, Chapman University;
William Neesen, University of California, Long Beach
"Oral debate critiques and their effect on participants" William Neesen, University of California, Long Beach; Steve
R. Robertson, Chapman University
"Voicing a Need for Judging Standards: Developmental Case Study of the National Forensic League Judge Training
and Certification Program" Adam J. Jacobi, National Forensic League
408154
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Tuning the Millennial Voice: Meeting Pedagogical Challenges of “Millennials” in Classroom and
Competition Contexts
Sponsor: National Forensic Association
Chair: Kathy Brittain Richardson, Berry College
Respondent: Hope Stallings Willoughby, Georgia State University
"'I’ve Been on a Team Since I Was Three and I’ve Always Gotten a Trophy': Describing and Understanding
Characteristics of Millennials" Kathy Brittain Richardson, Berry College
"Beyond Generation: Teaching Millennials About Audience-Centered Adaptation" Anna Zimmerman, Wayne State
University ; Brendan B. Kelly, Univ of West Florida
"Communicating with Millennials: Closing the Loop with the Always-On-But-Never-Quite-There Generation" Andrew
F. Wood, San Jose State University
"My Mom Thinks I’m Special; So Should You: Challenges of Coaching Millennials" Chip Hall, Carson-Newman College
"The Revolutionary Will Not Be Tweeted: Forensic Education and the Articulation of Social Consciousness" R.
Randolph Richardson, Berry College
408156
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Considering New Voices for Tropes in Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
Respondent: Kendall R. Phillips, Syracuse University
"Playing the Part of the Part: Subject Form(s), Performance and the Subject-as-Trope" Daniel Mistich, University of
Georgia
"Synecdoche and the Political Voice" Lee Pierce, University of Georgia
"Tropes of Protests: The Politics of Style in Contemporary Anti-Torture Campaigns" Bryan Thomas Walsh, Indiana
University
408157
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
Reconsidering McGee's Concept of the Ideograph: Auteur/Theory/Context
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Presenters:
Barbara Biesecker, University of Georgia
Hideki Kakita, Dokkyo University
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Susan Owen, University of Puget Sound
Nathan E. Stormer, Univ of Maine
408158
11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
The Student Voice: An Exploration of Unique Perspectives on “Voice”
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Naomi Bell O'Neil, Clarion Univ of Pennsylvania
Respondent: Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University
"'Can You Hear Me Now?' Student Perceptions of Voice and State Political Initiatives Affecting Universities" Martha
J. Fay, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
"'Is My Voice Changing?' How Freshman Develop their 'Voice' in Higher Education" Naomi Bell O'Neil, Clarion Univ
of Pennsylvania
"Spoonfeeding at a Distance? Online Students Find their Voice and Ease Anxiety Interpreting Assignment
Instructions" Scott A. Kuehn, Clarion Univ of Pennsylvania
"The Internship: Cultivating the Student’s Professional 'Voice'" Christina L. McDowell Marinchak, Duquesne
University
"When Students Have No Voice: How to Enhance Engagement in Large Lecture and Upper Division Classes" Myrna
Foster-Kuehn, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
12:00 PM
409080
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
New Orleans Marriott
NCA Past President's Luncheon
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Presenters:
R. R. Allen, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Kenneth E. Andersen, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
James Applegate, Lumina Foundation for Education, Inc.
Betsy Wackernagel Bach, National Communication Association
Bill Balthrop, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Samuel Becker, University of Iowa
Lloyd F. Bitzer, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Jane Blankenship, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
Arthur P. Bochner, Univ of South Florida
John Waite Bowers, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Lafayette - 41st Floor
Dawn O. Braithwaite, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
James W. Chesebro, Ball State University
Herman Cohen, Penn State University
John A. Daly, Univ of Texas, Austin
Frank E.X. Dance, University of Denver
Isa N. Engleberg, Prince George's Community College
Gustav W. Friedrich, Rutgers University
Patti P. Gillespie, University of Maryland
Dennis S. Gouran, Penn State University
Bruce E. Gronbeck, University of Iowa
Mark L. Knapp, Univ of Texas, Austin
Beverly W. Long Chapin, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
H. Dan O'Hair, University of Kentucky
Michael M. Osborn, Univ of Memphis
Judy C. Pearson, North Dakota State Univ
Sharon A. Ratliffe, Golden West College
Malcolm O. Sillars, University of Utah
J. Michael Sproule, San Jose State University
Orlando L. Taylor, Howard University
Anita Taylor, George Mason Univ
Judith S. Trent, Univ of Cincinnati
Martha S. Watson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
12:30 PM
410011
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Hauntings: Marking Flesh, Time, Memory
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Patricia J. English-Schneider, Gustavus Adolphus College
Presenters:
Tessa Carr, Lees-McRae College
Deanna Shoemaker, Monmouth University
Respondent: Ruth Laurion Bowman, Louisiana State University
410012
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
For the Health of it: Raising Women's Voices against Medical Victimization
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
"Confessions of a Pharmaceutical Company: Voice, Narrative, and Responsibilization in the Case of
GARDASIL®" Jennifer A Malkowski, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Globalizing Success: The Latin American and Caribbean Women’s Health Network as a Model for Future
Transnational Feminist Networks" Amara Thomas, Minnesota State University, Mankato
"Safe Haven or Dumpster Mother? An Exploration of Mediated Responses to Infant Relinquishment" Kimberly R.
Field-Springer, Ohio University
"The End of Menstruation? Anti-Menstruation Messages and 'The Extended Period Regime'" Jillian Klean Zwilling,
Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"The Rhetorical Implications of 'Birth Rape': Birth Rape as Persuasive Definition and Social Movement
Rhetoric" Melissa Carrion, Purdue University
"Voicing the Silence: Suggestions on Using Entertainment Education to Overcome the Stigma of Hysterectomy in
Pronatalist Societies" Masha Sukovic, Texas A&M Univ
"What’s So Funny (Or Feminist) About Cancer? Voicing Challenges to Biomedical Discourse in the 'Big C'" Sara
Shaunfield, University of North Texas; Suzanne Enck-Wanzer, University of North Texas
410013
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
The Voice of Gender on Television Networks: Rich Diversity or Hegemonic Conformity?
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Jack Banks, University of Hartford
Presenters:
Nancy Bressler, Bowling Green State University
Evan Kropp, University of Georgia
Alexis Levy, University of Hartford
Cameron Parker, University of Hartford
Respondent: Lori Bindig, College of Saint Rose
410014
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Top Papers in Disability and Communication
Sponsor: Caucus on Disability Issues
Chair: Maggie Quinlan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Respondent: James Ferris, University of Toledo
"'What Can I Do to Help?' University Students with Learning Disabilities’ Perceptions of Instructors’ Classroom
Accommodations*" Maggie Quinlan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Maureen Angell, Illinois State University;
Benjamin R. Bates, Ohio University
"From Dazzling Color to Disturbing Sounds: How the Disability Memoirs of Stephen Kuusisto Create Cultural
Dissonance*" Susan Sample, University of Utah
"Rhetorical (Re)Constitution of ADHD: Narrative Representation of Potential ADHD Counter-Identity
Discourses" Nathan T. Stewart, Wayne State Univ
"Stories of Hyper-Embodiment: An Analysis of Personal Narratives of and through Physically Disabled Bodies" JulieAnn Scott, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
410015
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
From Research into Practice: Current Cases of SoTL Impact as Championed by Communication
Educators
Sponsor: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Chair: Maria A. Moore, Illinois State University
Presenters:
Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Indiana University
Mary Ann Danielson, Creighton University
Stephen Hunt, Illinois State Univ
Lance Lippert, Illinois State University
Jennifer McDade, Illinois State University
Joseph P. Zompetti, Illinois State University
410022
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
Instructional Development Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Presenters:
Joseph Mazer, Clemson University
Shawn Wahl, Angelo State Univ
Melissa B. Wanzer, Canisius College
Carrie D. Kennedy Lightsey, Texas State University
Scott A. Myers, West Virginia University
Jennifer Waldeck, Chapman University
410023
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Top Panel Session: Voice, Technology, and Student Critiques in the Digital Age
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Chair: Pamela Hayward, Augusta State University
Presenters:
John Hooker, Illinois State University
Nancy J. Street, Texas A&M Univ
Lynette L. Sharp Penya, Abilene Christian University
Myra Young, Johnson County Community College
Lauren Lemley, Abilene Christian University
Lori A. Norin, Univ of Arkansas, Ft. Smith
410024
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Health Communication, Stereotypes and Ethnocentrism
"Predicting Intercultural Willingness to Communicate from Ethnocentrism in Students in China and the United
States" Margaret Miller Butcher, Online Education Consultants; Carrol R. Haggard, Fort Hays State University
紧张
"‘It is called
(Jin Zhang)’: Chinese Students’ Descriptions of Stress and Depression" Khadidiatou Ndiaye,
Michigan State University; Jenn Anderson, Michigan State University; Jie Zhuang, Michigan State University; Amanda
Carpenter, Rutgers University; Nelfa Glova, Michigan State University
"A Chinese Beauty Story: How College Women in China Negotiate Beauty, Body image and Mass Media" Meng
Zhang, University of Florida
"Stereotypes of Chinese by American College Students: Media Use and Perceived Realism" Lingling Zhang, Towson
University
410025
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
The City’s Voice, Speaking Loudly: Space, Place, Identity
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Daniel Makagon, DePaul University
"Hearing Location: Listening and Power in Geographic Locations" Chris McRae, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Landmark Life: Critical Ethnography of LA's First Skyscraper" Alison Brown, California State University, Northridge
"Layers of Place: Understanding New Orleans through the Perspectives of Volunteers Tourists" Jenn L. Erdely,
Prairie View A&M University
"Over the Hill and (Not So) Far Away: Migration In/Between Los Angeles and ‘The Valley’" John Kephart III,
California State University, Northridge
"The Plastique Place of the Hollywood Hills" Jeanine Minge, California State University, Northridge
410028
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Voices from Inside the Prison Walls: Challenges in Educating the Incarcerated
Sponsor: Community College Section
Chair: Faith E. Mullen, Liberty University
Presenters:
Jennifer A. Burke, Independent Researcher
Carmen Heider, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Nikki Howard, Bowling Green State University
William L. Mullen, Liberty University
Jonathan Shailor, Univ of Wisconsin, Parkside
Respondent: Faith E. Mullen, Liberty University
410029
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
The Voice of Crisis Communication in Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Paul Scovell, Salisbury University
Respondent: Michael J. Palenchar, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
"Effective Crisis Communication: Lessons Learned from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill" Andrew Pyle, George
Mason University; Robert R. Ulmer, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
"Reactions to Professional Athletes in Crisis: An Empirical Investigation" Tomasz A. Fediuk, Aarhus University; Isabel
C. Botero, Aarhus University
"Responding to a Campus Emergency: The Impact of Alert Sources on Message Speed, Learning Processes, and
Perceptions of Campus Safety" JJ McIntyre, University of Central Arkansas; Kenneth A. Lachlan, Univ of Mass, Boston;
Patric R. Spence, Western Michigan Univ; Stephen Spates, Western Michigan University
"Voices in the Wave of Jasmine Revolution: Analyzing the 2011 Middle East Crisis" Bolanle Olaniran, Texas Tech
410031
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
As Our Voices Change: Transitions in Forensic Participation
Sponsor: Pi Kappa Delta
Chair: Phillip A. Voight, Gustavus Adolphus College
Presenters:
Sandra L. Alspach, Ferris State University
Gina L. Jensen, Webster University
Robert S. Littlefield, North Dakota State Univ
Susan Millsap, Otterbein University
Adam Schneider, Webster University
Stephanie J. Thomson, Ferris State University
Respondent: Phillip A. Voight, Gustavus Adolphus College
410051
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
The Voice of Organized Labor in Higher Education: Where Are We At? Where Have We Come?
Sponsors: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns, Convention Theme Group
Chair: Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
Presenters:
Dana L. Cloud, Univ of Texas, Austin
Lynda Dee Dixon, Bowling Green State Univ
Timothy Gura, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Wenshu Lee, Loyola Marymount Univ
Kurt Lindemann, San Diego State Univ
Lisa Millhous, West Chester Univ
Pat Oliver, Loyola Marymount University
Susan Zaeske, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
410052
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Silent Voices Through Visual Representation
Sponsors: Communication as Social Construction Division, Convention Theme Group, Visual Communication Division
Chair: Kathleen Suzanne Lamp, Arizona State University
Respondent: Sorin Nastasia, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
"Voicing the Nation without Saying a Word: An Analysis of the Nation State Voice Found on the U.S Dollar
Coin" John Katsion, Northwest Missouri State Univ
"What Visual Sign Languages Teach us about Voice" Madeline M. Maxwell, Univ of Texas, Austin
"When Silenced Voices Become Wall-Scale Public Discourse: A Social Constructionist Analysis of Two Philadelphia
Murals" Silvana Pop, Villanova University
410053
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Without It I Would be Voiceless: Using Technology to Provide a Voice
Sponsors: Communication and the Future Division, Convention Theme Group, Human Communication and Technology
Division, Political Communication Division
Chair: Brenda L. Berkelaar, University of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Brenda L. Berkelaar, University of Texas, Austin
"A Voice for Reaching Teens: Evaluation of an Online Tailored Intervention Targeting Teen Issues of Puberty and
Decision Making" Juliann Cortese, Florida State University; Mia Liza A. Lustria, Florida State University; Ivee Rosario,
Florida State University; Casey McLaughlin, Florida State University; Sarah Redmond, Florida State University;
Albertina Webster, Florida State University
"Future Participatory Medicine with Social Media: Hospital Website Uses of New Media Formats for e-health
Communication and e-patients’ Voice" Linda Gallant, Emerson College; Gloria M. Boone, Suffolk University; Cynthia
Irizarry, Suffolk University
"The People’s Voice: Predicting Political Discussion in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election" James Ponder, Kent State
University; Audrey Wagstaff Cunningham, Hiram College; Rekha Sharma, Kent State University; Paul Haridakis, Kent
State University; Gary Hanson, Kent State University
"What’s in a Voice? Content Analysis of Instructor Introductions in Online Courses" Daria S. Heinemann, Wayne
State Univ
410054
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
Emeritus/Retired Members Business Meeting
Sponsor: Emeritus/Retired Members Section
Presenter:
Larry G. Schnoor, Minnesota State University, Mankato
410055
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Voicing Our Vulnerabilities: Intimate Disclosures and Potential Responses
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer Gill Rosier, James Madison University
"Advice Givers’ Facework Strategies and Recipients’ Evaluation of Advice Messages" Lisa Guntzviller, Purdue
University; Erina L. MacGeorge, Purdue University; Lisa K. Hanasono, Purdue University
"Sandwiching, Recapping, and Just Telling it Like it is: The Strategies College Students Use to Disclose their Sexual
Likes and Dislikes" Jennifer Gill Rosier, James Madison University
"Struggling with Stigma: Exploring Support Seeking Strategies for Targets of Interpersonal Racial
Discrimination" Lisa K. Hanasono, Purdue University
"The Communication of Sexual Identity Images in a Self-Presentational Context" Heather N. Fedesco, Purdue
University; James Tyler, Purdue University
410057
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Voice of the Body: Performing Embodied Knowledge
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chairs: Suzanne Pullen, San Francisco State Univ; Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale; Sarah Amira De la
Garza, Arizona State University; Stephanie Eisenberg, San Francisco State University; Amy K. Kilgard, San Francisco
State University; Jennifer A. Linde, Arizona State University; Rebecca Prather, San Francisco State University
Respondent: Elyse L. Pineau, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Breaking the Spine: A Dyslexic Embodiment of Accommodations" Julie Cosenza, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
"Resistance, Revolt, and the Mixed Messages of the Body" Sarah Amira De la Garza, Arizona State University
"Silencing Our Body of Knowledge: Performing Resistance to the Medicalization of Embodied Experience" Suzanne
Pullen, San Francisco State Univ; Amy K. Kilgard, San Francisco State University; Stephanie Eisenberg, San Francisco
State University; Rebecca Prather, San Francisco State University
"Voices of Memory, Voices of Longing: Accessing Parental Illness with My Body" Jennifer A. Linde, Arizona State
University
410060
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Environmental Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Presenters:
Todd M. Norton, Washington State Univ
William J. Kinsella, North Carolina State University
Ross Singer, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Cindy Spurlock, Appalachian State Univ
Jennifer Peeples, Utah State University
410061
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Cross Examination Debate Association Top Papers
Sponsor: Cross Examination Debate Association
Chair: Eric R Morris, Missouri State University
Respondent: Sarah Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
"Towards a Theory of Legitimate Representational-Justification Critiques: The JPIC" Scott J. Varda, Baylor
University; John W. Cook, Baylor University
"The Research Bell Curve: The Case for Broadening CEDA Debate Resolutions" Taylor Hahn, University of Pittsburgh
"Pathos in Deliberative Rhetoric" Will Mosley-Jensen, University of Georgia
"Debater-Choice: An Attempt to Logically Limit Rational Decision-Making" Martin Osborn, Wake Forest University
410062
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Visual Communication Spotlight Panel - The Voice of the Visual: About to Die: How News Images Move
the Public
Sponsor: Visual Communication Division
Chair: Chuck Goehring, San Diego State University
Presenters:
Peter Ehrenhaus, Pacific Lutheran University
Cara A. Finnegan, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Robert Hariman, Northwestern University
John Nerone, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Carol Winkler, Georgia State University
Respondent: Barbie Zelizer, Univ of Pennsylvania
410066
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bonaparte - Fourth Floor
SC21: Freeing One’s Voice: Using Free and Open Source Software, Literature, and Textbooks in the 21st
Century College Classroom
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Jason Wrench, SUNY, New Paltz
Presenters:
Bernardo A. Attias, California State Univ, Northridge
Danette Ifert Johnson, Ithaca College
410067
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Regent - Fourth Floor
SC22: Introduction to Data Mining: Finding Hidden Voices in Massive Data Banks
Sponsor: Short Courses
Presenters:
Donald B. Egolf, Univ of Pittsburgh
Thomas S. Emert, SAS Federal, LLC
Susan M. Wieczorek, Univ of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
410068
12:30 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Bacchus - Fourth Floor
SC23: Preventing Intellectual Zombies by Treating Students as Creative Researchers
Sponsor: Short Courses
Chair: Gordon Carlson, University of Illinois, Chicago
Presenter:
James J. Sosnoski, Universityof Illinois, Chicago
410070
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Cracking the Interactional Code: Reports From the Field
Sponsor: Language and Social Interaction Division
Chair: Michaela R. Winchatz, DePaul University
"Apology Not Accepted: Unlocking the Code of Healing in the Aftermath of a Racist Rant" Michaela R. Winchatz,
DePaul University
"Combing Field Data for Evidence of Culturally Distinctive Terms, Meanings, Premises, and Rules for Communicative
Conduct: A Model of Discovery and an Application with Norwegian Data" Gerry F. Philipsen, University of Washington
"Finding the Code of an Online Language-Learning Community" Tabitha Hart, University of Washington
"Notions of Identity, Society, and Rhetoric in a Speech Code of Science among Scientists and Engineers Working in
Nanotechnology" Deborah R. Bassett, University of Washington School of Medicine
410071
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Voices at the Intersections of Women's Rights and Labor Rhetorics
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: Carly S. Woods, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Respondent: Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
"Gossard Girls and Girdles: The Labor Rhetoric of Geraldine DeFant" Carly S. Woods, University of Nebraska,
Lincoln; Kristen Lucas, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Laborers and Ladies: The Feminist and Labor Rhetoric of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn" Mary K. High, Penn State
University
"Laboring in the Outfield: Female Ballplayers Advancing Women's Rights" Korryn D. Mozisek, Indiana University
"Not like Mother, Not like Daughter: Harriot Stanton Blatch and Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Public Debate over 'The
Educated Vote'" Belinda A. Stillion Southard, University of Georgia
410072
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
Mass Mediated: Caribbean Culture for Consumption, Usurpation, and the Pursuit of Social Justice
Sponsor: Black Caucus
Chair: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
Presenters:
Roger Caruth, Howard University
Dominique V. Harrison, Howard University
Nicole Files-Thompson, Emerson College
Camille Walfall, Howard University
Respondent: Melbourne S. Cummings, Howard University
410073
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Womentoring Female Scholars: From Graduate Students to Faculty Members
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Janelle Briggs, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Presenters:
Shelly Blair, Texas A&M Univ
Janelle Briggs, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Shauna M. MacDonald, Villanova University
Danielle Stern, Christopher Newport Univ
Sarah S. Topp, Trinity University
410093
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
The “It Gets Better Project”: Voices of Identity, Voices of Heteronormativity
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division
Chair: Wendy Hilton-Morrow, Augustana College
Respondent: Wendy Hilton-Morrow, Augustana College
"It Gets Better (Kid) Until it Gets Worse (Pops): Mediated Generativity and Youthism in the 'It Gets Better'
Project" Dustin B. Goltz, DePaul University
"It Gets Better in the Texas Panhandle" Kristina Drumheller, West Texas A&M Univ; Elizabeth Capt, West Texas
A&M University; R. Nicholas Gerlich, West Texas A&M University; Emily Phillips-Murray, West Texas A&M University;
Stephen Rothermel, West Texas A&M University; Andrew Villareal, West Texas A&M University
"Performing Heteronormativity: Performative Synecdoche in the 'It Gets Better Project'" Hannah Johnson,
Augustana College; Stephen A. Klien, Augustana College
"The Effectiveness of the 'It Gets Better Project' in Terms of Attitude Change towards the LGBTQ Bullying
Crisis" Scott Richmond, University of Denver; Amanda Goddard, Western Michigan Univ
410095
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Voices for Peace in the Middle East and South Africa
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Miriam McMullen-Pastrick, Penn State University, Behrend College
"Anisa in Holyland: An Animated Story" Souhad Kahil, Lebanese University
"Finding a Voice: Performance and Peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine" Robert Hostetter, North Park University
"Interpersonal Forgiveness as Transformation in the Middle East" Douglas L. Kelley, Arizona State Univ
"Performance of Reconciliation: Narrating Survival in South Africa" Bryan Mark Urbsaitis, City University of New York
Laguardia
410101
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Critical and Cultural Studies Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Presenters:
Linda Baughman, Christopher Newport University
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Donovan Conley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Emily D. Ryalls, Univ of South Florida
Kevin Ayotte, California State University, Fresno
410103
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Cultural Identity Has Always Been Mediated: Continuities and Transformations of Culture from
Newspapers to New Media
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Nurhayat H. Bilge, Arizona State University
Respondent: Linda Levitt, Stephen F. Austin State Univ
"Designing and Surveying Wired Landscapes: The Chicago Telephone Directory, 1886-1916" Emily Goodmann,
Northwestern University
"Playing in the Console Graveyard: Discourses of Technology and the Evolution of Online Gaming in Korea" Inkyu
Kang, Penn State, Behrend College
"Socialism for Sale: The Jewish Daily Forward’s Audience Commodity During the Interwar Era" Brian Dolber, SUNY
College at Oneonta
410106
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Top Four Papers in Organizational Communication
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: John Lammers, University of Illinois
Respondent: John Lammers, University of Illinois
"Backstabbing in Organizations: Employees' Perceptions of Incidents, Motives, and Communicative
Responses" Patty Malone, California State Univ, Fullerton; Javette G. Hayes, California State Univ, Fullerton
"Did I become more polite when talking to my male boss? A cognitive-elaboration-based analysis of subordinatesupervisor advice giving behavior" Xiaowei Shi, Middle Tenn State Univ
"Feeling America's Dirty Work: Voicing Emotional Labor Taint at the U.S. Border Patrol" Kendra Dyanne Rivera,
California State University, San Marcos
"Identity Business Organizations" James Hedges, Westminster College
410108
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Business Meeting for IIC Division
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Presenters:
Mary Bresnahan, Michigan State University
Maria Beatriz Torres, Gustavus Adolphus College
S. Lily Mendoza, Oakland University
Mark C. Hopson, George Mason Univ
Robert Shuter, Marquette University
410110
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D1 - Third Floor
Understanding Films and their Audiences
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Carl R. Burgchardt, Colorado State University
Respondent: David Berube, North Carolina State University
"Elevation in Response to Media Portrayals of Moral Virtue: A Reconceptualization of Responses to Sad Films" Mary
Beth Oliver, Penn State University; Tilo Hartman, VU University Amsterdam; Julia K. Woolley, Penn State University
"Pacing in 2D and 3D Films: The Effects on Presence, Enjoyment, and Viewing Intention" Cui Zhang, University of
Alabama; Charles Meadows, University of Alabama; Shuhua Zhou, University of Alabama
"Relational Aggression and the Third-Person Effect: A Qualitative Audience Analysis of the Film Mean Girls" Michaela
D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport Univ; Megan Wood, Christopher Newport Univ; Amy Fallah, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The New Velveteen Rabbit: Participatory Fan Culture, Abjection, and The Room" Jeremy Grossman, University of
Georgia
"From Love at First Sight to Soul Mate: The Influence of Romantic Ideals in Popular Films on Young People’s Beliefs
about Relationships" Veronica Hefner, Chapman University; Barbara J. Wilson, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
410112
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Top Four Papers in Applied Communication
Sponsor: Applied Communication Division
Chair: Joy L. Hart, University of Louisville
Respondent: Michelle Miller-Day, Penn State University
"Integrating Voices: Facilitative Ethnography as a Tool for Engaged Scholarship" Ryan T. Hartwig, Azusa Pacific
Univ
"The Longitudinal Effects of Video Message Perceptions in the keepin’ it REAL Substance Use Prevention Curriculum:
Applying Attitude Toward Ad (Aad) Theory" Jeong Kyu Lee, ClearWay Minnesota; Michael L. Hecht, Penn State
University
"The Influence of Visual-Verbal Redundancy in Student Recruitment Messages" Tracy Rutledge, University of
Tennessee, Martin; Pradeep Sopory, Wayne State Univ
"Sources and Predictors of Patient Uncertainty When Reviewing Medical Disclosure and Consent
Documentation" Erin Donovan-Kicken, Univ of Texas, Austin; Michael S. Mackert, Univ of Texas, Austin; Trey D.
Guinn, Univ of Texas, Austin; Andrew C. Tollison, Univ of Texas, Austin; Barbara Breckinridge, University of Texas,
Austin
410113
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
New Research in Computer-Mediated Health Communication
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Jae Eun Chung, Kent State University
"Outcome Evaluation Results of School-Based Cybersafety Promotion and Cyberbullying Prevention Intervention for
Middle School Students" Anthony J. Roberto, Arizona State Univ; Matthew Savage, Arizona State University; Leslie
Ramos Salazar, Arizona State University; Douglas M. Deiss, Arizona State University; Jen Eden, Northern Illinois
University
"Privacy Management in E-Health Communication" Seung-A Annie Jin, Boston College
"Computer Assisted Instruction for Healthcare Education: Impacts upon Student Performance" Erik Timmerman,
Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Brittany L. Peterson, Ohio University; Jihyun Kim, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Online Diabetes Management and Email: A Preliminary Investigation" James D. Robinson, Univ of Dayton; Jeanine
W. Turner, Georgetown University; Yan Tian, Univesity of Missouri, St. Louis; Alan Neustadtdl, University of Maryland;
Pam Angelus, Georgetown University; Marie Russell, Phoenix Indian Medical Center; Seong Mun, Virginia Tech
University; Betty Levine, Georgetown University
"Computational Simulation of Communication Networks on Social Media for Strategic Diffusion of Health Innovations
to Promote Social Change" Kerk Kee, Chapman University; Mirco Mannucci, Holomathics Inc.; Lisa Sparks, Chapman
University/University of California, Irvine; Daniele C. Struppa, Chapman University; Alberto Damiano, Chapman
University
410114
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
Student Section Business Meeting
Sponsor: Student Section
Presenters:
Jessica M. W. Kratzer, Middle Tennessee State University
David Ta-Pryor, University of Missouri
Dayna Chatman, Univ of Southern California
Daniel Almanza, Millikin University
Tim McKenna, Ohio University
Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri
410115
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
National States Advisory Council Business Meeting
Sponsor: National States Advisory Council
Presenters:
Eric Grabowsky, Dickinson State Univ
Borgne - Third Floor
Douglas Marshall, Duquesne University
Thomas G. Endres, Univ of Northern Colorado
Thomas Sabetta, University of Kentucky
Scott L. Jensen, Webster University
C. Sue Strohkirch, Fort Hays State Univ
Susan Tomasovic, George Mason Univ
410121
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
Gender, Culture, and Corporate Reputation: Issues in Business Communication
Sponsor: Association for Business Communication
Chair: Randall E. Iden, Northwestern University
Respondent: Charles Conrad, Texas A&M University
"The Unintended Consequences of Sexual Harassment Policy: Organizational Discourse and Mystification" Marlo
Goldstein Hode, University of Missouri
"Measuring Interpersonal Communication Competence in SME Internationalization" Pipsa Purhonen, University of
Jyväskylä; Tarja Valkonen, University of Jyväskylä
"Message Design for Managing Corporate Reputations: Form Following Function" Peter M. Smudde, Illinois State
University; Jeffrey L. Courtright, Illinois State University
410122
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
"This is What Democracy Looks Like": Voices of the 2011 Wisconsin State Budget Crisis
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Casey Schmitt, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Presenters:
Kathy Brady, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Grace Leinbach Coggio, University of Wisconsin, River-Falls
Lindsey M. Harness, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Paul Hendrickson, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Ashley A. Hinck, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
Michelle L. Murray, Belmont University
Mary Rose Williams, Univ of Wisconsin, Platteville
Jennifer Willis-Rivera, Univ of Wisconsin, River Falls
Respondent: Robert Asen, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
410123
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Political Communication Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Presenters:
Jill Edy, University of Oklahoma
Mary C. Banwart, University of Kansas
Danielle Wiese Leek, Grand Valley State Univ
Dannagal E. Goldthwaite Young, University of Delaware
Kate Kenski, University of Arizona
410125
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Networking, Texting, Blogging: Top Student Papers in Communication and Technology
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Chair: Pavica Sheldon, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Respondents: Gamze Erturk, Univ of Texas, Austin; Brooke Foucault Welles, Northwestern University
"Home is Where the Heart is: Facebook and the Negotiation of Old and New Relationships and Selves during the
College Transition" Amanda J. Holman, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Jenna Stephenson-Abetz, Univ of Nebraska,
Lincoln
"Obstacles to Social Networking Website Use in Older Adults" Michael T. Braun, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"Status of Communication Research on Blogs, 2004-2010" Ryan Fuller, Univ of California, Santa Barbara; Katherine
Holland, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"Use and Perceptions of Text-Based Communication Modes: Associations with Self-Disclosure in Personal
Relationships" Erin Katrina Ruppel, SUNY Brockport
410127
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Media and Source Effects: Outcomes of Health Messages
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Amy E. Chadwick, Ohio University
"Reactance and Public Health Messages: The Unintended Dangers of Anti-Tobacco PSAs" Norman Wong, University
of Oklahoma; Kylie Jeanine Harrison, University of Oklahoma; Lindsey A. Harvell, Southern Utah University
"How Interpersonal Communication Mediates the Relationship of Multichannel Communication Connections to
Health-Enhancing and Health-Threatening Behaviors" Mihye Seo, Univ at Albany, SUNY; Matthew Matsaganis,
University at Albany, SUNY
"Integrating Communication Infrastructure Theory with Entertainment-Education: An Ecological Solution to Common
Challenges" Ioana Literat, University of Southern California
"Relationships between Sources of Health Information and Diabetes Knowledge in the U.S. Hispanic
Population" Xiaoquan Zhao, George Mason Univ
"Elaboration of the Health Belief Model: Presumed Influence of Media Voices" Laura Cooley, Bowling Green State
University / American Academy on Communication in Healthcare; Sung-Yeon Park, Bowling Green State University
410128
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Presidential, Senatorial, Gubernatorial, and Judicial Elections
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: J. Brian Houston, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"A Burkean Poetic Frames Analysis of the 2008 Presidential Ads" Brian T. Kaylor, James Madison Univ
"Issue Ownership in Gubernatorial Primary Ads" Sumana Chattopadhyay, Marquette University; David M. Rhea,
Governors State University
"Judicial Elections May Make Us More Cynical, But They Also Make Us Smarter" Jeffrey Gottfried, Univ of
Pennsylvania
"Music, Images, and Lyrics: The Introduction of Political Celebrity Endorsement Videos with the 2008 Presidential
Election" David M. Richardson, Texas A&M University
"The 2008 United States Senate Elections: A Typology of Negative Themes on Candidate-sponsored Websites" Erin
Hammond, Faulkner State Community College
410129
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Insights into Inoculation and Reactance
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Martijn J. Van Kelegom, University of Tennessee
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Respondent: Edward L. Fink, University of Maryland
"Inducing Resistance to Conspiracy Theory Propaganda: Testing Inoculation and Meta-Inoculation Strategies" John
Banas, University of Oklahoma
"The Additive Value of Regulatory Focus/Fit on Inoculation’s Refutational Preemption Mechanism" Alicia Mason,
Pittsburg State University; Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma
"Boosting the Potency of Resistance: Combining the Motivational Forces of Inoculation and Psychological
Reactance" Bobi Ivanov, University of Kentucky; Claude Miller, University of Oklahoma; Jeanetta D. Sims, Univ of
Central Oklahoma; Kylie Jeanine Harrison, University of Oklahoma; Josh Compton, Dartmouth College; Kimberly Ann
Parker, Bellarmine Univ; James L. Parker, University of South Dakota; Joshua Averbeck, Marshall University; Brittany
Emery, University of Central Oklahoma; James Smith, University of Central Oklahoma
"Inoculating Against Reactance" Adam Richards, University of Maryland; John Banas, University of Oklahoma
410130
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Spiritual Communication Division Top Papers
Sponsor: Spiritual Communication Division
Chair: Kip Redick, Christopher Newport University
Respondent: Slavica Kodish, Eckerd College
"A Relational Approach to Religion and Spirituality in Marriage: The Role of Couples’ Religious Communication in
Marital Satisfaction" Prabu David, Washington State University; Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
"Exploring the Narrative to Identify Spiritual Themes: Combat Soldiers Coping with Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder" Laura Smailes, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
"Resolving Spirited Debates: Recasting Communication Inquiry as a Spiritual Practice" Timothy Paul Huffman,
Arizona State University
410131
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
Leadership
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: Kathryn L. Fonner, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Respondent: J. Kevin Barge, Texas A&M Univ
"Communication Climate, Leadership, and Job Satisfaction: Perspectives on Superior-Subordinate
Communication" Kathleen Czech, Point Loma Nazarene Univ; G. L. Forward, Point Loma Nazaene University
"Humor and Leader-Member Exchange: How Can a Leader Use Different Types of Humor to Create In-Groups and
Out-Groups?" Jacob Ford, University of Texas
"Leader-Member Exchange, Social Exchange, and Economic Exchange as Predictors of Employee Organizational
Citizenship Behavior and Counterproductive Workplace Behavior" Leah Omilion Hodges, Wayne State Univ; Colin R.
Baker, Wayne State Univ
"Leadership Emergence in Virtual Teams: An Uncertainty Reduction Approach" Canchu Lin, Tiffin University; James
O. Olufowote, Boston College
410132
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Perceptions, Expectations and Curriculum
Sponsor: Undergraduate College and University Section
Chair: Teresa H. Housel, Hope College
"It’s All Greek to Me: (Mis)perceptions of the Field of Communication and Communication Students" Ken Sereno,
Univ of Southern California; Adam S. Kahn, Univ of Southern California
"Expectation versus Reality: How New College Freshman Communicate with Faculty and Classmates in and out of
the Classroom" Renee Strom, St. Cloud State Univ; Matthew Savage, Arizona State University
"Giving Voice to Vision: Curriculum Development and Assessment in Communication Studies" Leila R. Brammer,
Gustavus Adolphus College; Martin Lang, Gustavus Adolphus College
410141
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Family Communication and Child Development: The Voices of Children in the Family
Sponsor: Family Communication Division
Chair: Jennifer M. Heisler, Oakland University
Respondent: Carol Bishop Mills, University of Alabama
"What Can Family Communication Learn from Children’s Laughter? Un-Muting the Voices of Children in Families and
Integrating Positive Lifespan Development into Family Communication Theory and Research" Thomas J. Socha, Old
Dominion Univ; Julie Yingling, Humboldt State Univ
"Caregiver Confirmation and Children’s Attachment Security during the Transition to Kindergarten" Elizabeth Munz,
SUNY New, Paltz; Steven Wilson, Purdue University
"The Influence of the Home Environment on Children’s Language Skills" Kara Garrity, University of Pennsylvania;
Jessica Piotrowski, Univ of Pennsylvania; Matthew A. Lapierre, Univ of Pennsylvania; Deborah L. Linebarger, University
of Pennsylvania
"How Can Parents Let Adolescents’ Voice Come Out? Empirical Evidence of Family Strategic Self-Disclosure
Model" Naomi Kagawa, University of Texas, Tyler
410142
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Supporting Others and Supporting the Self
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Jayson L. Dibble, Univ of Hawaii, Manoa
"How Should You Respond to Someone Else’s Good News? A Test of Recipient Evaluation of Celebratory Support
Message Features" Jennifer D. McCullough, Saginaw Valley State University
"Coping with Rejection: Promoting Reattribution and Reappraisal in the Esteem Support Process" Amanda J.
Holmstrom, Michigan State University; Sang-Yeon Kim, University of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
"The Role of Narcissism and Face Concerns in Providing Comforting Messages: A Cross-cultural Comparison between
Japan and the United States" Satoshi Moriizumi, Univ of New Mexico; Virginia McDermott, High Point University
"Social Support and Immunological Health: Evidence of the Benefits of Communicating Support" Perry M. Pauley,
San Diego State University; Kory Floyd, Arizona State University; Colin Hesse, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Jen Eden,
Northern Illinois University; Alice E. Veksler, University of Connecticut
"Identifying Comforting Messages in Response to Perceived Discrimination" Jennifer A. Kam, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign; Juliana Ramirez, Ohio State University
410143
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
Capturing Cues, Clues, and Codes in Interactions and Media
Sponsor: Nonverbal Communication Division
Chair: Amy Ebesu Hubbard, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Presenters:
Tom Meservy, University of Memphis
Judee K. Burgoon, University of Arizona
Norah E. Dunbar, University of Oklahoma
Kylie Robertson, University of Oklahoma
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 01: Communicating National and Political Identities
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Nina-Jo Moore, Appalachian State Univ
"'The Hidden Address': A Case Study on the Rhetorical Construction of Ataturk’s 'Nutuk' as a Core Symbol of Turkish
National Identity" Elif Guler, Old Dominion University
"Chasing Patriotism" Teresa G. Bergman, University of the Pacific
"Edging Back from the Neoliberal? Broadband Expansion and the Federal Government’s American Reinvestment and
Recovery Act" Nadine Kozak, UCSD
"Musical and Rhetorical Chills" David Dzikowski, Penn State University
"Project Morrinho: Playing at Violence and Citizenship" Jessica Fifield, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Restoring what? Glen Beck and the Rhetoric of America’s Racial Redemption" Brett Farmer, University of North
Texas
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 02: Communication and Identity II
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Annette Madlock Gatison, Southern Connecticut State University
"Casa Samba: Identity, Authenticity, and Tourism in New Orleans" Lauren Lastrapes, University of New Orleans
"Effects of Media Composition on Identity and Persuasion" Charisse Corsbie-Massay, University of Southern
California
"Girls Just Want to Have Fun: An Examination of Twilight Moms of Georgia" Melissa Miller, Georgia State University
"Uncaging Visibility: Identity, Spectacle, and Imprisonment" Dan Berger, University of Pennsylvania
"Understanding How Multiethnic Children Raised in Single-Parent, Monoethnic Households, Communicate a
Multiethnic Identity" Audra Kate Nuru, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 03: Health communication II
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Andre E. Johnson, Memphis Theological Seminary
"Blogging Underdogs - Do They Have a Voice?: The Political Strangulation of Stem Cell Rhetoric and the Resulting
Silencing of Sufferers" Jennifer Tipton, California State Univ Fresno
"Communication Between Biomedical Providers and Hispanic Women Patients: Conventional Medicine, Herbal
Treatments, and Disclosure." Claudia McCalman, Southeastern Louisiana University; Naomi Howard, Southeastern
Louisiana University
"Slow, Steady, But Fascinating: Improving Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management with Virtual Pet Application" Yishin C
Wu, SUNY, Buffalo
"The Role of Peer and Family Influence on Body Image and Eating Disorders: A Communication-Based
Investigation" Victoria Orrego, University of Miami
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 04: Interpersonal and Computer Mediated Communication
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Stacy Westerman, University of Georgia
"'I Found Out on Facebook': The Effect Disclosing Important Information on Social Networking Sites has on
Relational Closeness" Camille A. Hall, Univ of Texas, Austin
"39 Weeks: Women’s Birth Decisions and the Internet" Sarah Vos, University of Kentucky; Kathryn E. Anthony,
University of Kentucky; Dan O'Hair, University of Kentucky
"After the Divorce: Finding Love Online" Eilene Wollslager, St. Mary's University
"Forgetting Fundamentalism: Practicing Polygamy in Contemporary Society" Jennifer Huss Basquiat, College of
Southern Nevada
"Reexamining Media Richness: The Use of Communication Technologies to Maintain Long-distance
Friendships" Jessica T. Smith, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville; Michelle Violanti, University of Tennessee
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 05: Media and Culture
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Roger Stahl, University of Georgia
"Ethnojournalism: Giving diverse communities a voice through using a hybrid model of newsgathering" Valica M
Boudry, Univ of Wisconsin, River Falls
"Media Literacy for African Americans: A Segmented Approach to Widescale Implementation" Jayne Cubbage,
Appointment Pending
"The Development of a “Motivations of a Journalism Career” Scale" Serena Carpenter, Arizona State Univ; August E.
Grant, University of South Carolina; Anne Hoag, Pennsylvania State University
"Voices from the Home Front: The Power and Peril of Participatory Methods" Jennifer A. Scott, Grove City College
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 06: Media and Culture II
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Karla D. Scott, St. Louis University
"Disappearing Perpetrators: The Consequences of Market Discourse Within Sex Trafficking and Prostitution
Situations" Julie Taylor, University of Utah
"Imaged Carnivalesque: An Analysis of the Judges Behaviors on America’s Next Top Model" Tracey Owens Patton,
University of Wyoming; Julie Snyder-Yuly, Iowa State Univ
"Local Production and the Arab Children’s Television Market" Katalin Lustyik, Ithaca College
"Mapping Cosmopolitanisms in The Linguistic Landscape of Taipei: Toward a Theorization of Cosmopolitanism in
Linguistic Landscape Research" Melissa L. Curtin, Univ of California, Santa Barbara
"The Twilight Masses" Hina Ejaz, Pepperdine University
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 07: Organizational Communication
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Kimberly J. Chandler, Xavier University
"Executives in Crisis: Public Relations and Crisis Communication Strategies in the Wake of Concurrent Personal and
Organizational Crises" Stan Polit, George Mason University
"Managing relationships in open business models: The case of Spain’s elBulli Restaurant" Cesar Garcia, Central
Washington University
"The Dialectics of Voice Organizing: Expanding Senecah’s Trinity of Voice to Account for Organizational
Dynamics" Brenden E. Kendall, Clemson University
"The Role of Organizational Communication in Personal Sensemaking during a Cascading Crisis Event: Tokyo Disney
and the 2011 Japan Earthquake/Tsunami/Nuclear Crisis." Holly Roberts, University of Kentucky
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 08: Organizational Communication II
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Jennifer F. Wood, Millersville University
"Beyond Business: Perceptions of Consumer Reviewing Amongst Local Business Owners" Kathleen M. Kuehn,
Christopher Newport University
"Developing a Multilevel Model of Information-Seeking Behaviors in Contemporary Organizations" Jaehee Cho,
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
"Reducing Reactance: Exploring the Effects of the Pairing Strategy" Juliana Fernandes, Florida International
University; Weirui Wang, Florida International University
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 09: Stereotyping as Communication
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Nathan L. Carter, California State Univ, San Bernardino
"How Do Newscasts Affect Prejudice? Understanding Television’s Ability to Prime Racial Attitudes" Ginger Loggins,
Kansas State University
"The Effect of Social Support Type on Resilience" Jooyoung Jang, University of Alabama
"What have they done for me lately? A classification of the communicative functions of stereotypes and implications
for their role in stereotype maintenance" Anastacia Kurylo, Marymount Manhattan College
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 10: Technology and Social Change II
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Reynaldo S. Anderson, Harris Stowe College
"Cross-platform media use and its political implications" Su Jung Kim, Northwestern University
"Digitally-Mediated Craft Economies and the Performance of Authenticity" Erin Louise Dempsey Cole, Univ of
Minnesota
"Implications of Family Communication Patterns and Computer Mediated Communication on Perceived Parental
Support" Sarah Lechowich, University of Minnesota; Angela Janson, University of Minnesota
"Net Neutrality: A Blueprint for Consideration" Paulina Swiatkowski, California State University, Fullerton; Genelle
Belmas, California State University, Fullerton
410144
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom D/E - Fifth Floor
Roundtable on Research in Progress 11: Whiteness
Sponsor: Roundtables on Research in Progress
Chair: Kellie D. Hay, Oakland University
"Enduring and Performing Whiteness in the Workplace: A Case Study of the Organization of Difference" Carolina
Rosas Webber, Univ of South Florida
"In Other News: How Whiteness and Ideologies of the "Other Dominate Network News" Carmen House, Howard
University
"The Tea Party Movement, Collective Memories and the rhetoric of Whiteness" Angela Cooke-Jackson, Emerson
College; Deborah Bush Haffey, Cedarville University; Thomas K Nakayama, Northeastern University
410151
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
Performing the Literary Voices of New Orleans
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Dennis A.V. Leoutsakas, Salisbury University
Presenters:
Jay Baglia, Kutztown University
Roberta Crisson, Kutztown University
Liz Edgecomb, Xavier University of Louisiana
Elaine Gale, California State Univ, Sacramento
Robert Gonzalez, University of Tampa
Shana Heinricy, Indiana University
Andrew Ishak, Univ of Texas, Austin
Respondent: Rebecca Kennerly, Georgia Southern University
410152
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 817 - Eighth Floor
Dialogic Others
Sponsor: Communication Ethics Division
Chair: Spoma Jovanovic, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
Respondent: Pat J. Gehrke, Univ of South Carolina
"Mitigating the Dialectic Tension between the Call of Other and the Organization: A Dwelling Place of
Dialogue" Karen L. Lollar, Metropolitan State College of Denver
"A Dialogue of Difference: An Ethical Approach to Disability Communication" Sherri Fairbairn, University of North
Carolina, Charlotte
"Appositional (Communication) Ethics: Listening to Heidegger and Levinas in Chorus" Cem Zeytinoglu, East
Stroudsburg Univ
"A Communicative Approach to Ethics in Intergroup Dialogue" Leda M. Cooks, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
410153
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 820 - Eighth Floor
Figuring the Sacred Voice: Paul Ricoeur and the Study of Religious Communication
Sponsor: Religious Communication Association
Chair: Robert Reid, University of Dubuque
Presenters:
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Craig E. Mattson, Trinity Christian College
Robert Reid, University of Dubuque
Mark A. Steiner, Christopher Newport Univ
Margaret Zulick, Wake Forest University
410154
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 821 - Eighth Floor
Communication Center Research and Assessment: A Discussion of Methodological Pitfalls and Potential
Paradigms
Sponsor: Communication Centers Division
Chair: Michael King, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Presenters:
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Michael King, Univ of Southern Mississippi
Luke LeFebvre, College of Southern Nevada
Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
Kathleen J. Turner, Davidson College
410156
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 825 - Eighth Floor
Communication Apprehension & Competence Division Top Four Papers
Sponsor: Communication Apprehension and Competence Division
Chair: Mike Hazel, Gonzaga University
"Diminishing Dating Distress to Increase Voice: An Experimental Examination of the Effects of Visualization on
Dating Anxiety" Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University; Colleen C. Malachowski, West Virginia University
"Examining Student Differences in the Oral Communication Classroom: An Exploration of the Impact of Student
Sensitivity on Learning Outcomes" Michelle Garland, University of Tennessee; John W. Haas, Univ of Tennessee,
Knoxville
"So Many Choices! The Impact of Reticence on Communication Channel Choice across Diverse Interpersonal
Situations" James Keaten, Univ of Northern Colorado; Lynne Kelly, University of Hartford; Bonnie Becker, Univ of
Northern Colorado; Jodi Cole, Univ of Northern Colorado; Lea Littleford, Univ of Northern Colorado; Christina Romero,
Univ of Northern Colorado
"The Impact of Sensory-Processing Sensitivity on Communication: A Preliminary Self-Report Study" Christopher C.
Gearhart, Louisiana State University
410157
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 828 - Eighth Floor
ACT UP at 25: Mourning, Militancy, Memory
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Charles E. Morris III, Boston College
"ACT UP à la Française: Reconfiguring AIDS Politics" Thomas Nakayama, Northeastern University
"ACT UP, Haitian Immigrants, and Alternative Memories of HIV/AIDS" Karma R. Chávez, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"After ACT UP as a Structure of Feeling on and off Stage" Craig S. Gingrich-Philbrook, Southern Illinois Univ,
Carbondale
"Gay Pride/Queer Shame: ACT UP and the Political Deployment of Affect" Erin J. Rand, Syracuse University
"Textual Traces of a Radical Politic" Daniel Brouwer, Arizona State University
"Transgender Activism in and after ACT UP" Isaac West, University of Iowa
410158
12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 829 - Eighth Floor
Journal of Association of Communication Administration Business Meeting
Sponsor: Association for Communication Administration
Presenters:
William D. Harpine, Univ of South Carolina, Aiken
Alena Amato Ruggerio, Southern Oregon University
Melissa M. Chastain, Spalding University
Don W. Stacks, University of Miami
Christopher Lynch, Kean University
1:00 PM
411021
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall - Second Floor
Scholar to Scholar: Communication, Popular Culture, and Politics
Sponsor: Scholar to Scholar
Chair: Jeffrey T. Child, Kent State University
Respondents: Lawrence R. Frey, Trinity University/University of Colorado, Boulder; Barbara Parisi, Long Island
University; Lisa Tillmann, Rollins College
"01. Anime and Its Visual Field" Justin Flores, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"02. Citizen Voice in a Deliberative Forum: Emotional Expression in User-Generated and Professional Content on the
USA Today Website" Colene J. Lind, Univ of Texas, Austin
"03. From Lumpy Rutherford to Nelson Muntz: A Content Analysis of Bullying in Sitcoms" Patrice Oppliger, Boston
University; Alexandra Sear, Boston University
"04. Gender Roles and Interaction in Multi-Child Reality Family Programs" Lauren Elizabeth Clark, North Carolina
State University; Wendi Sierra, North Carolina State University
"05. How Can You Be Looking at His Bellybutton? Examining Women's Voices in Ritualistic Viewing of Reality-Dating
Television" Elizabeth N. Ribarsky, Univ of Illinois, Springfield
"06. Husband, Father, Serial Killer? An Analysis of the Use of Deception for Impression Management in
Dexter" Laura Mitchell, Illinois State University
"07. Identity Construction of Beyonce Knowles" Kimberly Wu, Pepperdine University
"08. If Only the Public Knew the Science: Examining the Role of Adult Learning Theory in Climate Change
Communication" Caroline Beard, Colorado State University; Jessica L. Thompson, Colorado State University
"09. Information’s Death Panels: The Roles of Factual Information and Ideology in the Correction of Political
Misperceptions" Laura Alberti, Univ of Southern California
"10. Lebron James and 'The Decision': An Empirical Examination of Image Repair in Sports" Kenon A. Brown,
University of Alabama; Josh Dickhaus, University of Alabama; Mia Long, University of Alabama
"11. Monopolizing Melodies: The Market of Live Music Performance" Kristine Weglarz, Trinity University
"12. MTV’s docu-series delivers platform for teen parenthood: A content analysis of the sexual health references, the
portrayal of the joys and struggles of teen pregnancy, and the major storylines depicted in MTV’s show 16 and
Pregnant" Sara Peters, University of Missouri
"13. Native or Naive? Detecting Deception on Undercover Boss" Terri Toles-Patkin, Eastern Conn State Univ
"14. Never Play Musical Chairs with Scientologists: Performing Distinction in the Age of the Status Update" Heidi
Khaled, University of Pennsylvania; Brett A. Bumgarner, University of Pennsylvania
"15. Of men and monsters: Representations of Elba Esther Gordillo in political cartoons" Zazil Elena Reyes García,
Univ of Texas, Austin
"16. Party Labels and Social Issues: Experimental Support for Motivated Reasoning" Daniel E. Bergan, Michigan
State University
"17. Please be okay with this: Exploring Contemporary Coming Out Moments on Network Television" Liora Elias,
University of Minnesota
"18. Political Ads and Motivated Reasoning" Daniel E. Bergan, Michigan State University
"19. Political Brokering in the Domestic Sphere: Examining the Role of Children in Immigrant Political Socialization
and Participation" Wenlin Liu, University of Southern California
"20. Queering Celebrity Spectacle: Lady Gaga's Carnivalesque Rhetorical Style" Amber Davisson, Willamette
University
"21. R.I.P. Kutner: Parasocial Relationships and Grieving the Death of a Television Character" Jocelyn DeGroot,
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville; Alex Leith, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
"22. Reinforcement of the Status Quo: The Populist Voice as Hegemony in Newspaper Coverage of the 2008
Financial Crisis" Justin Bergh, University of Arkansas
"24. Strategies of Silence and Narrative in Image Management: A Case Study" John Huxford, Illinois State
University
"25. The Castro Effect" Bernardita Yunis, Penn State University
"26. The Dilemma of Context in Studying Hypercommercialized Media Texts" Matthew P. McAllister, Penn State
University; Alexandra Nutter Smith, Penn State University
"27. The Displacement of Blame in Conflict: The Use of Internal and External Attributions in The Real Housewives of
New York City" Anna Herrman, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Kim M. Omachinski, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee;
Falon F. Kartch, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Nancy A. Burrell, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"28. The Effeminate Voice: Locating Kawaii Culture in Political Communication" Hsin-Yen Yang, Fort Hays State Univ
"29. The More They Changed, the More He Stayed the Same: How Lyndon Johnson's Material Act of Renunciation
Changes our Reception of the Speech" Frank Stec, Pennsylvania State University
"30. The Power of Glee: The Use of Positive Televisual Representations of Gay Son-Father Relationships to Stop the
Spiral of Silence" Jorge Amador, Rutgers University
"31. What Candidates Talk about in a Gubernatorial General Election: A Comparative Study of Issue Ownership in
Gubernatorial Ads" David M. Rhea, Governors State University; Brett Gerrish, Marquette University
"32. Who Hears Government's Voice? A Study of Government Public Diplomacy Spending on Public Perception" Efe
Sevin, American University
"33. Zombie's 'Halloween' Re-Mask" Joey Watson, Louisiana State University
2:00 PM
412011
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 1 - Second Floor
Meet the NCA Editors
Sponsor: NCA Publications Board
Chair: David Henry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Presenters:
Ronald Arnett, Duquesne University
Melanie Booth-Butterfield, West Virginia University
Juliet L. Dee, University of Delaware
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
Katherine W. Hawkins, Clemson University
Ronald L. Jackson II, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Raymie E. McKerrow, Ohio University
Katherine Miller, Texas A&M Univ
Kent A. Ono, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Heidi M. Rose, Villanova University
Cheri J. Simonds, Illinois State University
Laura L. Stafford, University of Kentucky
J. Macgregor Wise, Arizona State Univ, West
412012
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 2 - Second Floor
Distinguished Scholars of 2011: Reflections on their Scholarship
Sponsor: NCA National Office
Chair: Michael E. Roloff, Northwestern University
Presenters:
Clifford Christians, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Gail T. Fairhurst, Univ of Cincinnati
Dennis K. Mumby, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Barbie Zelizer, Univ of Pennsylvania
412013
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Finding “Voice” through Lambda Pi Eta
Sponsor: Lambda Pi Eta
La Galerie 3 - Second Floor
Chair: Jason B. Munsell, Columbia College
Presenters:
Kristina Horn Sheeler, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Indianapolis
Michaela D.E. Meyer, Christopher Newport Univ
Jason B. Munsell, Columbia College
Caroline S. Parsons, The University of Alabama
Leslie Reynard, Washburn University
Deborah L. Whitt, Wayne State College
412014
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 4 - Second Floor
Global Voices and Perspectives in Public Relations
Sponsor: Public Relations Division
Chair: Sheila McAllister, Monmouth University
Respondent: Michael F. Smith, La Salle University
"A Cross-Cultural Study: American and Korean Public Relations Practitioners’ Perception on Organizational Ethical
Conditions, Autonomy, and Their Ethics Counselor Role" Jin-Ae Kang, East Carolina University
"Building an Agenda for Global Community Engagement: The Influence of Collaboration and Motivation on
Message" Ji Young Kim, University of Florida; Jorge Villegas, University of Illinois, Springfield
"Voices from Across the Atlantic: Reflections on U.S. and European Public Relations Scholarship" Anna Klyueva,
University of Oregon; Erich J. Sommerfeldt, Towson University
"Voices of Public Relations Practitioners in National and International Settings: Reflecting on Public Relations
Definitions and Models" Sorin Nastasia, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
412015
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
La Galerie 5 - Second Floor
Voices from the Within: An Insider Account of Exclusion and Survival as Told by Women of Color in
Academia
Sponsor: African American Communication and Culture Division
Chairs: Marnel Niles, California State University, Fresno; Nickesia S-A Gordon, Barry University
Respondents: Marcia A. Dawkins, Brown University; Cerise L. Glenn, Univ of North Carolina,
Greensboro; Angela Prater, Northampton Community College; Jeanetta D. Sims, Univ of Central Oklahoma
"A Different Kind of Professor" Marcia A. Dawkins, Brown University
"A Muted Voice on Public vs. Holy Ground: Comparing the Dialectics Experienced as an African American Female in
Christian and Regional ‘Majority’ Institutions" Jeanetta D. Sims, Univ of Central Oklahoma
"Disclose and Demystify: The Discrepancy between the Concept of Diversity and the Action of Diversity in the Face
of 'Stubborn Faculty, Wary Students, and Unsupportive Administrators'" Angela Prater, Northampton Community
College; Marnel Niles, California State University, Fresno; Yuping Mao, University of Alberta; Yuxia Qian, Albion College
"Navigating New Terrain: Socialization Challenges of African-American Female Tenure-Track Faculty in the Stem
Disciplines" Cerise L. Glenn, Univ of North Carolina, Greensboro
412022
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 1 - Second Floor
New Perspectives on Instructor/Student Communication: Focusing on Interactions
Sponsor: Instructional Development Division
Chair: Chad Edwards, Western Michigan Univ
Respondent: Timothy P. Mottet, Texas State University, San Marcos
"Teacher and Student Immediacy: Interactive Outcomes on Students' Learning" Katharine Hoyer, San Diego State
University; Peter A. Andersen, San Diego State Univ
"Teachers Echoing Students: The Impact of Incorporating Students’ Voice through Immediacy and Relevance to
Enhance Cognitive and Affective Learning" John Hooker, Illinois State University
"Too Much Information: Perceptions of Student Disclosures as Violating Classroom Expectations" Brandi N. Frisby,
University of Kentucky
412023
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 2 - Second Floor
Basic Course Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Basic Course Division
Presenters:
Angela M. Hosek, Emerson College
Kevin R. Meyer, Illinois State University
Adam C. Jones, Illinois College
Blair Thompson, Western Kentucky Univ
Cassandra L. Secrease-Dickson, Indiana University
Ben Walker, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Sandra L. Pensoneau-Conway, Wayne State Univ
Melissa Broeckelman-Post, California State University, Los Angeles
412024
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 3 - Second Floor
Working Learners: Educating for Success
Sponsor: NCA Educational Policies Board
Chair: Sara C. Weintraub, Regis College
Presenters:
Everett E. Corum, American Public University System
W. Bradford Mello, National Communication Association
Trent Webb, Nassau Comm College
412025
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 4 - Second Floor
Communication Assessment Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Communication Assessment Division
Presenter:
Phil Backlund, Central Washington University
412028
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 7 - Second Floor
Top Three Papers in Group Communication
Sponsor: Group Communication Division
Chair: Kathleen M. Propp, Western Michigan University
Respondent: Dennis S. Gouran, Penn State University
"Impersonal, Interpersonal, and Hyperpersonal: Social Media Contact and Perceptions of Team Processes and
Outcomes" Elizabeth Carlson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Normative and Informational Influence in Decision-Making Groups: A Goals-Plans-Actions Approach" Mary Lynn M.
Henningsen, Northern Illinois Univ; Valentina Cotini, CDI Head Start; David Dryden Henningsen, Northern Illinois
University; Chance McWorthy, Mount Mercy University; Emily Honchar McWorthy, Kirkwood Community College
"Understanding Participation in Groups: Individual and Group Factors that Influence Willingness to Voice Ideas in
Groups" Isabel C. Botero, Aarhus University; Amber Raile, North Dakota State Univ
412029
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 8 - Second Floor
Enduring Voices: African American Women in Academia
Sponsor: Women's Caucus
Chair: Monica Flippin Wynn, Jackson State Univ
Presenters:
Preselfannie McDaniels, Jackson State University
Natalie Tindall, Georgia State University
Respondent: Meta G. Carstarphen, University of Oklahoma
412031
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Preservation Hall 10 - Second Floor
Imagining LGBTQ Futures: Analyzing Voice through the Voices of the It Gets Better Project
Sponsor: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communication Studies Division
Chair: Kristen Cole, Univ of New Mexico
Respondent: Jeffrey Bennett, University of Iowa
"'It Gets Better' as Conflict Transformation: A Framework for Analyzing Social Change Campaigns" Leah Sprain,
Colorado State University
"An Underlying Exigency: (Susto) Heredado, an Internet Meme, and Story-telling as Voice in the It Gets Better
Project ™" Eric Aoki, Colorado State University
"Giving Universal Voice to Sympathy: The 'It Gets Better' Campaign as Catalyst for Inclusion" Allison Burr-Miller,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Linda Baughman, Christopher Newport University
"Storytelling in a Public Meeting: Analyzing Joel Burns’ 'It Gets Better' Speech" Laura W. Black, Ohio University
412051
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras A - Third Floor
Women, Work, and Wobblies: Labor Union Voices across Time, Cultures, and Rhetorical Spheres
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Public Address Division
Chair: Matt May, North Carolina State University
Respondent: Kirt H. Wilson, Penn State University
"'Other Peoples’ Kitchens': Working-Class Black Feminism in the Rhetoric of Claudia Jones" Jennifer A. Keohane,
Univ of Wisconsin, Madison
"Disposable Labor: Navajo Uranium Miners and Indigenous Articulations of Work, Alienation, and Solidarity" Casey
Kelly, Butler University
"Hobohemia: Vernacular Surrealism in the Rhetoric of the Industrial Workers of the World" Matt May, North
Carolina State University
"Navigating Labor Sisterhood in a Man’s World: The Rhetoric and Activities of Industrial Labor’s Mary Harris 'Mother'
Jones" Mari Boor Tonn, University of Richmond
412052
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras B - Third Floor
Voicing Race/Disrupting Whiteness: Critical Whiteness Studies as a Voice for Social Consciousness
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Aimee Carrillo Rowe, University of Iowa
Respondent: Thomas Nakayama, Northeastern University
"Locating Whiteness, Challenging Privilege: A Journey into the Borders of Performativity" Susana Martinez Guillem,
Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Revoking the White Press 'Pass:' Voicing Whiteness as a Method of Engaging the Media for Social
Change" MaryAnn Martin, University of Iowa
"Voices in My Head: On Doing Engaged Critical Whiteness Communication Work in Organizations" Chris Groscurth,
Trinity Health
"Voices of (Be)longing: Nation, Citizenship and Whiteness" Megan Morrissey, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
"Voicing the Poverty of Privilege: On the Instructive Failures of Critical Whiteness Studies" Clayton Rosati, Bowling
Green State Univ
412053
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras C - Third Floor
Voice and Visibility in Celebrity Branding: The Production of the Ordinary/Spectacular in Place, Space
and Identity
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Allyson Shaffer, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"'The Brad Pitt Houses': Celebrity Brands and the Production of Neighborhood Space" Helen Morgan, Univ of
Minnesota, Twin Cities
"How to Become a Celebrity, Whether You Want to or Not: The Celebritizing Space of The Sims 3 Late
Night" Allyson Shaffer, Univ of Minnesota, Twin Cities
"Sonic Cartography and Celebrity Voice-over: Mapping Place through Voice in the Central Park Celebrity Audio
Tour" Stace Treat, Drake University
"‘The Situation’ in Jersey Shore: Reality Stars, Geography, and the New TV Economy" Ishita Sinharoy, Allegheny
College; Julie A. Wilson, Allegheny College
412054
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras D - Third Floor
What "Voices" are Represented? Analyses of LGBTQ Characters in the Media
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Mass Communication Division
Chair: Karen A. McGrath, College of Saint Rose
"'Coming Out' in Riverdale: An Analysis of the First Gay Character in the Veronica Comic Book" Karen A. McGrath,
College of Saint Rose
"Giving Voice to the First Gay Syndicated Comic Character: A Narrative Analysis of For Better or For Worse?" Dacia
Charlesworth, Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ, Fort Wayne
"Gleefully Regressive: Representations of LGBTQ Characters in Glee" Lori Bindig, College of Saint Rose
"Remade and Regressive: The CW’s 90210" Andrea Bergstrom, Franklin Pierce University
412055
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras E - Third Floor
Voices Carry: Advancing Our Conversation about Critical (Communication) Pedagogy
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Christina Saindon, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Presenters:
Karen Anderson, University of North Texas
Leda M. Cooks, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
Ann Darling, University of Utah
Deanna L. Fassett, San Jose State University
Richie Hao, University of Denver
Aubrey A. Huber, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
Keith Nainby, California State Univ, Stanislaus
Christina Saindon, Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
John T. Warren (In Memoriam), Southern Illinois Univ, Carbondale
412057
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Mardi Gras H - Third Floor
Material Praxis: The Visual Performativity of Experimental Film
Sponsor: Performance Studies Division
Chair: Nichole Nicholson, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Respondent: Jake Simmons, Angelo State University
"Bearing Fruit" Nicole Wood, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
"Home Videos" Meagan Oestry, University of North Texas, Denton
"Leaving Traces: The Preservation and Production of Memory in Handmade Film" Lindsay Greer, Independent
Scholar
"Oneiroid Life" Naida Zukic, BMCC, CUNY, Manhattan
"The Nightingale’s Song" Sarah K. Jackson, Louisiana State University
412060
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony I - Fourth Floor
Finding the Voices of Nature: Listening Beyond Words
Sponsor: Environmental Communication Division
Chair: Tarla Rai Peterson, Texas A&M University
"'The Neatest Part I Think is Hearing the Whale': Experiencing and Interpreting Nature’s Voice" Tema Milstein,
University of New Mexico
"Articulating Beached Whales" Deborah Cox Callister, University of Utah
"Elaborations on Non-verbal Ways of Communicating with Nature" Michelle Scollo, City University of New York,
Bronx Community College
"Listening Beyond Language" Donal A. Carbaugh, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Zen and the Art of Environmental Communication: Revisiting the Weyekin Principle" Michael W. Salvador,
Washington State Univ
412061
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Balcony J - Fourth Floor
Top Four Papers in Peace and Conflict Communication
Sponsor: Peace and Conflict Communication Division
Chair: Merci Decker, University of Memphis
Respondent: Garry P. Bailey, Abilene Christian University
"Cooperative Struggle: Re-framing Intercultural Conflict in the Management of Sino-American Joint
Ventures" Kathleen J. Krone, Univ of Nebraska, Lincoln; Sarah J Steimel, Weber State University
"From Sierra Leone to Kosovo: Exploring Possibilities for Gendered Peacebuilding" Stephanie Norander, Missouri
State Univ; Courtney E. Cole, Ohio University
"Looking toward the Future by Considering the Past: The Impact of Counterfactual Narratives and Implicit Beliefs on
Negotiation Performance" Elaine M. Wong, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Michael Haselhuhn, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Laura Kray, University of California, Berkeley
"Organizing Dialogical Citizenship: A Pluralistic Alternative to Exclusionary Liberalism" Rachel A. Stohr, Univ of
Nebraska, Lincoln
412062
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Training and Development Division Business Meeting
Sponsor: Training and Development Division
Balcony K - Fourth Floor
Presenters:
Nicole Laster, University of Waikato
Peter Jorgensen, Western Illinois Univ
Liane Gray-Starner, Marietta College
Jeffrey S. Martin, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Lori J.N. Charron, Concordia University
Stephanie Dailey, Univ of Texas, Austin
Andrew Murray, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Joe Cardot III, Abilene Christian University
412070
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Audubon - Fifth Floor
Ethnography of Communication Activism
Sponsor: Ethnography Division
Chair: Christine Davis, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Presenters:
Deborah Breede, Coastal Carolina University
Jenn L. Erdely, Prairie View A&M University
Ross Louis, Xavier University of Louisiana
Jesica E. Speed, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Respondent: Christine Davis, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
412071
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Beauregard - Fifth Floor
Reading Lincoln’s Cooper Union Address in Memory of Michael Leff
Sponsor: Public Address Division
Chair: David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
Respondent: David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
"Dialogic and Transcendent Ethics: A Speech at the Civic Crossroads" Brandon M. Inabinet, Furman University
"Lincoln Designing a Veneer of Reason in the Cooper Union Address" Beth Innocenti, University of Kansas
"The Unstable Moral Middle Ground in Lincoln’s Cooper Union Address" James Jasinski, Univ of Puget Sound
412072
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Galvez - Fifth Floor
And Still We Rise: Giving Voice to the Lived Experiences of Black Women
Sponsor: Feminist and Women Studies Division
Chair: Karla D. Scott, St. Louis University
Presenters:
Jamel Bell, Boston College
Mariama M. Changamire Shaw, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst
Olga I. Davis, Arizona State University
Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Armstrong Atlantic State University
LaKresha Graham, Rockhurst University
Amber Johnson, Prairie View A&M University
Sacheen Mobley, Central Washington University
Dana Seay, University of Louisville
Siobhan Smith, University of Louisville
Toniesha Latrice Taylor, Prairie View A&M Univ
Kerry Wilson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
412073
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
New Orleans Marriott
Jackson - Fifth Floor
Dragons and Dresses and Ducklings, Oh My!: Performing LGBTQ Representations from Children’s
Picture Books
Sponsors: Caucus on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns, Performance Studies Division
Chair: Amy K. Kilgard, San Francisco State University
Presenters:
Allen Conkle, San Francisco State University
Ruth A. Gildea, San Francisco State University
Amy K. Kilgard, San Francisco State University
Rebecca Prather, San Francisco State University
Susan B. Shimanoff, San Francisco State University
Respondent: Stacy L. Holman Jones, California State University, Northridge
412093
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms I - Second Floor
The Tucson Shootings: Voices of Political Civility and Blame Assessment
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Political Communication Division
Chair: Judith S. Trent, Univ of Cincinnati
Respondents: Mary L. Kahl, SUNY, New Paltz; Kathleen E. Kendall, University of Maryland; Richard E. Vatz, Towson
University; Mitchell S. McKinney, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon
College; Paula J. Youra, Lynchburg College; Danielle Wiese Leek, Grand Valley State Univ
"A Bipartisan Deal: Stopping the Voices in Cyberspace" Danielle Wiese Leek, Grand Valley State Univ
"A Call for Recovery and a Recovering of Civility: President Obama’s Tucson Address" Mary L. Kahl, SUNY, New
Paltz
"In Defense of Principled Incivility" Theodore F. Sheckels, Randolph-Macon College
"President Barack Obama’s Memorial Address and Sarah Palin’s Charge of 'Blood Libel': Responding to the Tragedy
in Tucson" Mitchell S. McKinney, Univ of Missouri, Columbia
"Sarah Palin’s 'America's Enduring Strength' Speech: Civil Discourse or Blood Libel?" Paula J. Youra, Lynchburg
College
"The Tucson Shootings: Which Play Did You See?" Kathleen E. Kendall, University of Maryland
"The Tucson Shootings: Caused by Political Motives or by Mental Illness?" Richard E. Vatz, Towson University
412095
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Rhythms III - Second Floor
Voiceless: Strategies for Confronting the Transcendent
Sponsors: Convention Theme Group, Religious Communication Association
Chair: S. David Zuckerman, California State Univ, Sacramento
"Silence as Rhetorical Response to the Ineffable: Unprogrammed Quaker Meeting for Worship" James W. CrockerLakness, Univ of Cincinnati
"Infinite Moment: Musicality and Transcendence in Christian Worship Services" Andrea Terry, Cuesta College
"Voicing vs. Performing Love: Contact and Communion in John Paul II’s "Theology of the Body"" Jon P. Radwan,
Seton Hall University
"Voiceless Communication through Iconography in First and Secondary Oral Cultures." Christine Gunn-Danforth,
Joahre
"Seeing Silence: Style, Cinema, and Transcendence" Mark A. E. Williams, California State Univ, Sacramento
412101
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A1 - Third Floor
Top Student Papers in Critical and Cultural Studies
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: George McHendry Jr., University of Utah
Respondent: Kevin Ayotte, California State University, Fresno
"On Being-Confined: Destructive Time and the Supermax Prison Cell as a Weapon of War" Michael Vicaro,
University of Pittsburgh
"Two Sides of the Same Coin: Economic Bail Out Discourse as Liberating and Oppressive" Christy-Dale L. Sims,
University of Colorado
"What an Idea Sirji! Deconstructing the Language of Citizenship in Idea Cellular’s ‘Inclusive India’ Ads" Rahul
Mukherjee, University of California, Santa Barbara
412103
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon A3 - Third Floor
Outsourced: Laboring Bodies in the Digital Economy
Sponsor: Critical and Cultural Studies Division
Chair: Kumi Silva, University of North Carolina
Presenters:
Radhika Gajjala, Bowling Green State Univ
Pavithra Narayanan, Washington State University
Sarah Sharma, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kumi Silva, University of North Carolina
412104
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B1 - Third Floor
From One TV show to Another: Exploring the Many Voices of Television Research
Sponsor: Mass Communication Division
Chair: Jeff Pierson, Bridgewater College
Respondent: Debbi A. Hatton, Sam Houston State Univ
"Making Prejudice Palatable: Narrative Revulsion and Resolution on The Office" Lisa Glebatis Perks, Nazareth
College; Emily A. Soule, Nazareth College
"Metaphors of Friendship in Real Housewives of New York" Lara C. Stache, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Nancy A.
Burrell, Univ of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
"Lucy's Two Babies: Framing the First Televised Depiction of Pregnancy" Stephanie E. Bor, University of Utah
"Producing Television 2.0: Reinventing the Industry in MTV's 'Valemont'" Aymar Jean Christian, University of
Pennsylvania
"Perceptions and Responses to Monk's Portrayal of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: The Perspective of Individuals
with Mental Illness" Cynthia A. Hoffner, Georgia State University; Elizabeth L. Cohen, Georgia State University
412106
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon B3 - Third Floor
Advancing Institutional Theory
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chair: John Lammers, University of Illinois
Respondent: Patricia Riley, Univ of Southern California
"Institutionalization of Community Engaged Scholarship at a Land Grant, Research Extensive University: Examining
the Paradox of Identity" Jessica K. Jameson, North Carolina State University; Patti H. Clayton, Indiana UniversityPurdue University, Indianapolis; Audrey J. Jaeger, North Carolina State University
"Managing Organizational Contradictions: The Institutionalization of Value-based Discourse" Erin E. Ortiz, University
of Utah
"Operationalizing Institutional Beliefs for Organizational Communication Research: Strategies for Measuring the
Identity Constructs of Professionals" Joshua Barbour, Texas A&M Univ
"The Power of Choice and a Rational Voice: Expanding the Implications of an Institutional Theory of Organizational
Communication" Ashley K. Barrett, Univ of Texas, Austin
"Two Dominant Industries, One Regulatory Agency: Organizational Lobbying Strategies in a Competitive
Environment" Amy Sindik, University of Georgia
412108
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon C2 - Third Floor
Assume the Tiger is in the Grass: Transformative Communication Events in Other Cultures
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Sara DeTurk, Univ of Texas, San Antonio
Respondent: Kathryn Toelken, Univ of South Alabama
"China’s Melamine Crisis: A Case Study in Actional Legitimacy" Elizabeth L. Petrun, University of Kentucky; Timothy
L. Sellnow, University of Kentucky
"Honduras and the Scene of the Crisis" Lauren Bayliss, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
"Coverage of the Economic Crisis in Mainstream Indian Media: Ideologies of Neoliberalism" Soumitro Sen, Purdue
University; Mohan J. Dutta, Purdue University
"New Media and Civic Engagement in China: The Case of the Xiamen PX Event" Guosong Shao, Nanjing University
of Finance and Economics; Jiani Wu, Pittsburg State University; Jiayin Lu, China Youth University
412110
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D1 - Third Floor
Top Four Papers in Experiential Learning
Sponsor: Experiential Learning in Communication Division
Chair: Lori Leonard Britt, James Madison Univ
Respondent: Karen M. Roloff, Elmhurst College
"Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, Service Learning and Voice in the Communication Classroom" Janet W. Colvin, Utah
Valley University; Nancy Tobler, Utah Valley University
"Voices of Service-Learning for Social Justice: A Wabi Sabi Approach" Spoma Jovanovic, Univ of North Carolina,
Greensboro; Crystal Edwards Oldham, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Dante L. Johnson, Univ of North
Carolina, Greensboro
"The Student Voice in Service-Learning: Expressions of Frustration and Insight through Photovoice" Dylan P. Wolfe,
Clemson University; David R. Novak, Erasmus University, Rotterdam
"Aristotle's Cafe: Speaking from Experience" Seyed Hassan Ghiassi, California State University, Chico
412112
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Napoleon D3 - Third Floor
Business Meeting of the Human Communication and Technology Division
Sponsor: Human Communication and Technology Division
Presenters:
Star A. Muir, George Mason University
Kris M. Markman, Univ of Memphis
John W. Howard III, East Carolina Univ
Erin Hollenbaugh, Kent State Univ, Canton
John S.W. Spinda, Murray State Univ
Gamze Erturk, Univ of Texas, Austin
Scott C. D'Urso, Marquette University
Brett Lunceford, Univ of South Alabama
412113
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Poydras - Third Floor
The Strong Voice of the Neurosciences
Sponsor: Association for the Rhetoric of Science and Technology
Chair: David Gruber, North Carolina State University
"'Neuroscience' as Voicebank: The Neuroscientific Turn in Literature" Jordynn M. Jack, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
"Disentangling the ‘Neuro’ from the ‘Rhetorics’: Punctuating the Prefixated Neuro-disciplines" Jenell Johnson,
University of Wisconsin, Madison; Melissa M. Littlefield, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Our Children’s Brains Are Mutating: Neuro-Imaging and the Rhetoric of 'Acquired Attention Deficit Disorder'" David
Gruber, North Carolina State University
"‘Fact Finding’ and ‘Theory Building’: The Rhetorical Use of Popular Neuroscience in the Emergent
Neurodisciplines" Melissa M. Littlefield, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Jenell Johnson, University of
Wisconsin, Madison
412114
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Maurepas - Third Floor
Top Paper Panel in Health Communication
Sponsor: Health Communication Division
Chair: Lance Rintamaki, University at Buffalo, SUNY
"Encouraging Mexican-heritage Youth to Intervene when Friends Drink: The Role of Targeted Parent-Child
Communication about Alcohol" Jennifer A. Kam, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Bridget Potocki, Ohio State
University; Michael L. Hecht, Penn State University
"A new voice in health communication messages: Effects of persuasive hope appeals on subjective feelings of
hope" Amy E. Chadwick, Ohio University
"Too Fat, Too Thin, Just Right: Descriptions of the Perfect Female Body" Mary Bresnahan, Michigan State
University; Jenn Anderson, Michigan State University
"Routine and Deliberate Information Exposure Effects on Mammography Behavior" Susan Mello, Univ of
Pennsylvania; Sarah Parvanta, University of Pennsylvania
412115
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Borgne - Third Floor
The National States Advisory Council: Successful Practices and Strategic Voices
Sponsor: National States Advisory Council
Chair: Susan Tomasovic, George Mason Univ
Presenters:
Thomas G. Endres, Univ of Northern Colorado
Eric Grabowsky, Dickinson State Univ
Scott L. Jensen, Webster University
Douglas Marshall, Duquesne University
Thomas Sabetta, University of Kentucky
C. Sue Strohkirch, Fort Hays State Univ
412121
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Burke, Body, and Voice: Burkean Criticism Embodied
Sponsors: Kenneth Burke Society, Philosophy of Communication Division
Chair: Devika Chawla, Ohio University
Bayside A - Fourth Floor
"Helping the Body Speak: Burke on Bones, Biologism, and the Question of Race" Bryan Crable, Villanova University
"Listening to the Yearning for Authoritative Disambiguation" Corey Anton, Grand Valley State University
"The Wild Child and the Voice of the Other" Richard H. Thames, Duquesne University
"Who Speaks for the Earth? Burkean Analysis of Marcellus Shale Rhetoric" Erik Garrett, Duquesne University
412122
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside B - Fourth Floor
Rhetoric, Commemoration and Public Memory: The Materialization and Performance of Past and
Present Voices Part One
Sponsor: Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Chair: Kenneth S. Zagacki, North Carolina State University
Presenters:
Bill Balthrop, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Carole Blair, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Victoria Gallagher, North Carolina State University
Kelly Norris Martin, Rochester Institute of Technology
Brad Vivian, Syracuse University
412123
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Bayside C - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in Political Communication
Sponsor: Political Communication Division
Chair: Mary E. Stuckey, Georgia State University
Respondent: Michael X. Delli Carpini, Univ of Pennsylvania
"Agitating for a Voice: A Theory of Third Party Presidential Campaign Style" Ryan M. Neville-Shepard, Indiana
University-Purdue University, Columbus
"Assessing Belief in Online Political Rumors and its Impact on Vote Choice" Brian Weeks, Ohio State University; R.
Kelly Garrett, Ohio State University
"Revisiting the Rigidity-of-the-Right Hypothesis: An Assessment of Ideological Polarization and News Media Use in
the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election" Rico Neumann, University for Peace; Kate Kenski, University of Arizona
"Undermining the Corrective Effects of Media-based Political Fact Checking" R. Kelly Garrett, Ohio State University;
Emily Lynch, Ohio State University; Erik C. Nisbet, Ohio State University
412125
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Edgewood - Fourth Floor
Is It Over…Or Just Beginning? Making the Transition from Research for Competition to Research for
Scholarship
Sponsor: American Forensic Association
Chair: Chad Kuyper, Florida State College, Jacksonville
Presenters:
Michael S. Chouinard, Florida State University
Jordan Christiansen, Minnesota State Unversity, Mankato
David DePino, North Central College
Suzanne Lumberg, Illinois State University
Kelsey Raasch, Concordia College
Dillon White, Illinois State University
412127
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Estherwood - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in Communication and the Future: Voices of Online Romance, Globalization, and Digital
Protest
Sponsor: Communication and the Future Division
Chair: Shane Tilton, Ohio University, Lancaster
Respondent: Angela M. Lee, University of Texas, Austin
"Lovebirds of a Feather: Online Dating and Homophily Preference in Romantic Relationships" Derek Blackwell,
University of Pennsylvania
"Cultivation Theory and the Digital Age: Extrapolations and Limitations in the Age of New Media" Sara Colabella,
Fairfield University
"Losing Their Voice! Fighting for Immediacy and Losing to Technology in the College Classroom" Chris Gurrie,
University of Tampa
"When the youth text their voices for the radio: Mobile phones and radio convergence in Turkey" Ece Algan,
California State Univ, San Bernardino
"Diffusion and Glocalization: Dialectical Tensions for Wal-Mart de México" Elizabeth Minei, University of Oklahoma;
Jonathan Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida
"Collapsing the Global and the Local through Interscalar Strategies: A Glurbanization Perspective" Jonathan
Matusitz, Univ of Central Florida
412128
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Evergreen - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in Communication and Social Cognition
Sponsor: Communication and Social Cognition Division
Chair: Lisa Lindsey, Naval Postgraduate School
"In Search of the Elusive Boomerang Effect II" Frank Boster, Michigan State University; Briana DeAngelis, Michigan
State University; David D. Clare, Michigan State University
"Stress and Personality as Antecedents to Verbal and Physical Aggression: Verbal Collaboration and Social Distancing
as Compensatory Strategies" Mark Hamilton, University of Connecticut; Alice E. Veksler, University of Connecticut;
Melissa A. Tafoya, Arizona State University
"Putting Threat in Perspective: The Rational Reappraisal of Anecdotal Crime Stories" Charles R. Berger, Univ of
California, Davis; Yehreen Ha, University of California, Davis
412129
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier A - Fourth Floor
Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division and Caucus Business Meeting
Sponsor: Asian / Pacific American Caucus
Presenters:
Hsin-I (Cynthia) Cheng, Santa Clara University
Chin-Chung Chao, Univ of Nebraska, Omaha
Shinsuke Eguchi, University of Denver
Mariko Izumi, Columbus State Univ
Lili Shi, CUNY / Kingsborough Community College
Ako Inuzuka, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
412130
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Gallier B - Fourth Floor
Fitting In: Experience of Immigration in the U.S. and Japan
Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division
Chair: Alexis Valianos, Arizona State University
"Assessing Intercultural Experience: Differences in Acculturation, Intercultural Sensitivity, and Cognitive Flexibility
between the First and Second Generation of Latino Immigrants" Christine Christmas, Liberty University; Gina Barker,
Coastal Carolina University
"Does Direct Contact Really Help? Koreans’ Stereotypes of Americans and Direct Contact Effect" Cheongmi Shim,
Bowling Green State Univ; Yan Bing Zhang, University of Kansas
"The Communication Implications and Related Experiences Associated with Transracially Adopting a Child from
Vietnam" Lan-Marie Malin, University of Central Florida; Mia Kamal, Louisiana State University
"The Acculturation of South Asian Immigrants to the United States: A Narrative Analysis of the DesiJournal" Anjana
Mudambi, University of New Mexico
"'Here to Study, Not to Make Money': Japanese Nurses’ Reflections on Working with Indonesian Nurse
Candidates" Naomi Sugimoto, Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care, Keio University; Yoko Kageyama, University of
Shizuoka, Junior College; Toru Nomura, Keio University; Hirotaka Onishi, University of Tokyo
412131
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Nottaway - Fourth Floor
'We Can't/Won’t Talk about it': Disciplining and Silencing Tall Poppies in the Academic Workplace
Sponsor: Organizational Communication Division
Chairs: Kirsten Broadfoot, Colorado State University; Cindy L. Griffin, Colorado State University
Presenters:
Robin Patric Clair, Purdue University
Belle A. Edson, Arizona State University
James Fortney, Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Gregory Sean Hummel, Bloomsburg University
Erika L. Kirby, Creighton University
Nikki Townsley McCormick, Extanz.com
412132
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Oakley - Fourth Floor
Top Papers in Chinese Communication Studies
Sponsor: Association for Chinese Communication Studies
Chair: Mei Zhang, Missouri Western State Univ
Respondent: Ling Chen, Hong Kong Baptist Univ
"Moderating Effects of Culture on the Relationships between Interpersonal Goals and Conflict Avoidance Strategies:
A U.S.-China Comparison" Qi Wang, Villanova University; Lan Ni, University of Houston; Wei Wang, Asia International
Open University (MACAU); Deborah A. Cai, Temple University; Edward L. Fink, University of Maryland
"Chinese Voices in U.S. Media: A Source Analysis of U.S. Elite Newspapers' Coverage of China in 2000-2009" Lan
Ye, University of Alabama; Yorgo Pasadeos, University of Alabama
"Illegalizing 'The Other:' Chinese Illegal Immigrants in Print Media Spectacle" Zheng Zhu, Washington State Univ
"Re-anchoring an Ancient, Emergent Superpower: 2010 Shanghai World Expo, Public Memory, and National
Identity" Jie Gong, Arizona State University
412141
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom A - Fifth Floor
Health Communication in the Family: Promoting Wellness and Coping with Disease
Sponsors: Family Communication Division, Health Communication Division
Chair: Laura E. Miller, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Respondent: Valerie Young, Hanover College
"Communication and Information Challenges in the Context of Adult Children’s Coping with Lung Cancer:
Implications for Education, Intervention and Support for Families" Ashley Middleton, Univ of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign; Anne M. Stone, Portland State University; Sylvia L. Mikucki-Enyart, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign;
John Caughlin, Univ of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Laura E. Brown, Univ of Texas, Austin
"The Role of Family Health Communication in Individual Health Behaviors Concerning Diet and Physical
Activity" Elizabeth Baiocchi-Wagner, Univ of Missouri, Columbia; Amelia Talley, University of Missouri
"Managing Privacy in Families at Risk for Genetic Disease: A Communication Privacy Management Theory
Perspective" Emily Rauscher, University of Missouri
"The Theory of Planned Behavior and Predicting Maternal Intention and Encouragement of a Healthy Diet for
Preadolescent Daughters" Lauren M. Hamel, Dublin City University
412142
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom B - Fifth Floor
Defining and Predicting Social Support in Relationships
Sponsor: Interpersonal Communication Division
Chair: Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University
Respondent: Leah E. Bryant, DePaul University
"'Time to Celebrate!' Examining Realistic Celebratory Support Message Features and Scenarios" Bethany Kindley,
Saginaw Valley State University; Jennifer D. McCullough, Saginaw Valley State University
"Communication and Relationship Circumstances that Drive the Initiation of Social Support: An Extension of
Communication Privacy Management Theory" Erin Basinger, University of Illinois; Kirsten Weber, Central Michigan
University
"Relational Turbulence, Perceptions of Enacted Support, and Emotional Improvement" Jennifer S. Priem, Univ of
Texas, Austin; Denise Solomon, Penn State University
"Helpful and Challenging Support Encounters in the Aftermath of HPV Infection and Diagnosis" Kami A. Kosenko,
North Carolina State University; Elizabeth A. Craig, North Carolina State University; Jacquelyn Harvey, University of
Washington
412143
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Grand Ballroom C - Fifth Floor
The Egyptian Liberation Movement: Looking Back, Looking Ahead
Sponsor: NCA First Vice President
Chair: Herbert W. Simons, Temple University
Presenters:
Shahira Amin, Inside Africa, CNN
Hala Mustafa, Al_Dimugratiya
Wael Narvara, Horizon Studios
Herbert W. Simons, Temple University
Eric Trager, University of Pennsylvania
412151
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
Sheraton New Orleans
Salon 816 - Eighth Floor
In Memory of Professors Raymond Puchot and Nacho Cordova
Sponsor: La Raza Caucus
Chair: George Pacheco Jr., Angelo State Un