Graduate Student Publications
Lybarger, J. E., Rancer, A. S., & Lin, Y. (2017). Superior–subordinate communication in the workplace: Verbal aggression, nonverbal immediacy, and their joint effects on perceived superior credibility. Communication Research Reports, 34(2), 124-133.
2019 – Presenter: Communication Theory Division, Southern States Communication Association Conference, Montgomery, AL.: “Workplace Communication Pattern Effects on Emotional Support Seeking and Information Seeking Behavior”
2017 – Presenter: Nonverbal Communication, National Communication Association Conference, Dallas, TXCollapse stuff in the first accordion fold.
Reger, R.K., Deng, C., Mmbaga, B., Mmbaga, N., & Li, D. (2019, March). The Joke’s on Us: The Effect of Memes on Evaluations of CEOs and Firms. Strategic Management Society, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mmbaga, B. (2018, October). “Unchartered Waters”: How Strategic Organizational Use of Social Media During Disruptive Events Impacts Audience’s Social Evaluations. Featured Presenter, the Organizational Communication Mini Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Mmbaga, B. (2017, October). Enhancing Organizational Identification Through Shared Psychological Concepts. Paper presented at Association of Business Communication Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
Mmbaga, B., Mmbaga, N. (2017, August). What Do You Meme: How Internet Memes Effect Corporate Reputation. Paper presented at Oxford University Annual Reputation Conference, Oxford England. Invited presentation, Permission to reprint.
Mmbaga, B., Mmbaga, N. (2017, August). What Do You Meme: How Internet Memes Effect Corporate Reputation. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia.Collapse stuff in the first accordion fold.
Osborn, J. J. & Kotowski, M. R. (2019, April). The mediating effects of obligation, gratitude, and liking in pro-social and anti-social pregiving compliance-gaining scenarios. Paper accepted for presentation at the Southern-States Communication Association annual meeting, Montgomery, AL.
Osborn, J. J. & Lybarger, J. E. (2019, April). Workplace communication pattern effects on emotional and informational support seeking behavior. Paper accepted for presentation at the Southern-States Communication Association annual conference, Montgomery, AL.
Kotowski, M. R., & Osborn, J. J. (2018, November). A Conceptual Clarification of Argument Quality. Paper presented at the top paper panel during the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Dallas, TX.
Osborn, J.J., Buerkel-Rothfuss, N., & Kotowski, M. R. (2016, April). Ambiguous and Disapproving Communication as it Relates to Adolescent Substance Abuse. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association, Greenville, SC.Collapse stuff in the first accordion fold.
Ray, C. A., & Violanti, M. (2018). A followership perspective on role modelling and mentoring. In S. Vidyasagar & P. Hatti (Eds.), Leadership and Role modelling: Understanding Workplace Dynamics. Palgrave Macmillan.
Ray, C. A., & Violanti, M. (in press). Merging the personal and the social at work: Technology-mediated communication is more than posting and following.
Ray, C. A. & Violanti, M. (2018, November). Co-cultural competence revisited: Developing a valid measure. Paper presented at National Communication Association, Salt Lake City, UT.
Ray, C. A. & Wright, C. N. (2018, April). Competence musings on message production. Paper presented at Southern States Communication Association, Nashville, TN.
Ray, C. A. (2017, May). Effective followership characteristics: Self-regulation and intercultural communication competence. Paper presented at International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.Collapse stuff in the first accordion fold.
Williams, J. (2019, April). Criticism and perceived supervisor support: A test of expectancy violations theory. Communication theory session presented at the meeting of the Southern States Communication Association, Montgomery, AL.
Williams, J., & Wright, C. (2018, April). Musings on bias to enhance the persuasive Speech: From project implicit to Jane Elliott’s blue eye-brown eye. G.I.F.T.S. session presented at the meeting of the Southern States Communication Association, Nashville, TN.Collapse stuff in the first accordion fold.