Research Publications

SC&I's faculty and doctoral students produce research that has impact —both scholarly and societal— on the local, state, national, and global levels. Our researchers are deeply committed to innovating and refining methods to best address the ever-evolving landscape, complexities, and consequences of communication, information, and media.

The school is proud to present its scholarly publications for the years listed below. These include books, edited books, book chapters, edited journal special issues, journal articles, published conference proceedings, reports, white papers, electronic publications, online articles in advance of publication, dissertations, and publicly accessible scholarship.

Please see our publications below.

Current Publications 2023

Articles are in print, online first, or online only. Some entries are pre-prints and have yet to be peer-reviewed. For access to full-text logging into the RU library with a NetID may be necessary. Don’t see a citation? Check listings for previous years or email Craig Winston for additions or corrections. 



Lewinski, M., & Aakhus, M. (2023). Argumentation in complex communication: managing disagreement in polylogue. Cambridge University Press.


Avella, H. (2023). “TikTok ≠ therapy”: Mediating mental health and algorithmic mood disorders. New Media & Society.

Hemler, J., Howard, J., Kurtzman, R., Mikesell, L., Bates, B., Bator, A., . . . Hudson, S. (2023). Recent innovations in primary care cancer survivorship care delivery. The Annals of Family Medicine, 21(Supplement 1), 3654.

Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (2023). Comparing enacted and perceived parental communication as predictors of adolescents’ emotion regulation in families with harmful versus non-harmful parental alcohol use. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 41(1), 114-135. [Funding by the Family Process Institute.]

Jhaver, S., & Zhang, A. (2023). Do users want platform moderation or individual control? Examining the role of third-person effects and free speech support in shaping moderation preferences.arXiv

Lane, J., Ramirez, F. A., & Patton, D. U. (2023). Defending against social media: Structural disadvantages of social media in criminal court for public defenders and defendants of low socioeconomic status. Information, Communication & Society.

Mahmoud, M., Huang, Y., Garimella, K., Audano, P. A., Wan, W., Prasad, N., Handsaker, R. E., Hall, S., Pionzio, A., & Schatz, M. C. (2023). Utility of long-read sequencing for all of us. bioRxiv.

Moehring, A., Collis, A., Garimella, K., Rahimian, M. A., Aral, S., & Eckles, D. (2023). Providing normative information increases intentions to accept a COVID-19 vaccine. Nature Communications, 14(1), 126.  

Pavlik, J.V. (2023). Collaborating With ChatGPT: Considering the implications of generative artificial intelligence for journalism and media education (78)1, Journalism & Mass Communication Educator.

Pfender, E., Bleakley, A., Ellithorpe, M., Hennessey, M., Maloney, E., Jordan, A., & Stevens, R. (2022). Perceptions of sports and energy drinks: factors associated with adolescent beliefs. American Journal of Health Promotion, 37(1), 84-88.

Rea, S., Mikesell, L., Cuddihy, C., Perry, M., & Allison, B. (2023). Exploring the complexity of telehealth privacy through a lens of adolescent development. Qualitative Health Research, 33(3), 220-235. [Funded by Health Resources and Services Administration.]

Scharp, K. M., Alvarez, C. F., Wolfe, B. H., Lannutti, P. J., & Bryant, L. E. (2023). Overcoming obstacles by enacting resilience: How queer adolescents respond to being estranged from their parents. Communication Research. [Funded by the Royalty Research Fund at the University of Washington.]




Reynolds, R.B. (2022). A crisis-adaptive approach to resilience-building in pre-service teaching and librarianship education: Learning about and learning to be. In S. Leontopoulou, & A. Delle Fave,  (Eds.), Emerging adulthood in the covid-19 pandemic and other crises: Individual and relational resources. cross-cultural advancements in positive psychology, 17,

Matsaganis, M. (2023). Ethnic media. In E. Y. Ho, C. L. Bylund, J. C. M. van Weert, I. Basnyat, N. Bol, & M. Dean (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Health Communication. Wiley. 


Aronczyk, M. (2023). Branding the nation in the era of climate crisis: Eco-nationalism and the promotion of green national sovereignty. OSF Preprints.

Bolden, G. B., Hepburn, A., & Mandelbaum, J. (2023). The distinctive uses of right in British and American English interaction. Journal of Pragmatics205, 78-91.

Maloney, E. K., Bleakley, A., Stevens, R., Ellithorpe, M., & Jordan, A. (2023). Urban youth perceptions of sports and energy drinks: Insights for health promoting messaging. Health Education Journal, 82(3), 324-335.

Paris, B. S., Cath, C., & West, S. M. (2023). Radical infrastructure: Building beyond the failures of past imaginaries for networked communication. New Media and Society.

Perlis, R. H., Trujillo, K. L., Safarpour, A., Santillana, M., Ognyanova, K., Druckman, J., & Lazer, D. (2023). Association of post–COVID-19 condition symptoms and employment status. JAMA Network Open, 6(2).

Perlis, R. H., Santillana, M., Ognyanova, K., & Lazer, D. (2023). Correlates of symptomatic remission among individuals with post-COVID-19 condition. medRxiv.

Scharp, K. M., Alvarez, C. F., & Barker, B. A. (2023). Conceptualizing other-resilience: Exploring how hearing parents enact resilience for themselves and their children who use cochlear implants. Human Communication Research. [Funded by a Research Catalyst Grant from Utah State University.]

Valenza, J. K., Boyer, B., Mohamad, G., Bushby, R., & Dziedzic-Elliott, E. (2023). We were the glue: Contributions, compromises, and continuing concerns of school librarians during the COVID-19 pandemic. Education Resources Information Center.   

Valera, P., Carmona, D., Singh, V., Malarkey, S., Baquerizo, H., & Smith, N. (2023). Understanding search autocompletes from the perspectives of English and Spanish speakers during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Community Psychology.


Hada, R., Fard, A., Shugars, S., Bianchi, F., Rossini, P., Hovy, D., Tromble, R., & Tintarev, N. (2023). Beyond digital "echo chambers": the role of viewpoint diversity in political discussion,  pp. 33-41. Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining.



Beal, M. (2023). ZEO: Introducing Gen Z – The new generation of leaders.


Gigliotti, R. A. (2023). Crisis leadership in liberal arts colleges. In I. Jung & K. H. Mok (Eds.), The reinvention of liberal learning around the globe. Springer.

Theiss, J. (2023). Relational turbulence theory. In J. F. Nussbaum (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication.


Alberto, I., Alberto, N. R., Altinel, Y., Blacker, S., Binotti, W., Celi, L.A., Chua, T., Senteio, C….Yap, K. (2023). Who does the fairness in health AI community represent? medRxiv.

Popic, V., Rohlicek, C., Cunial, F., Hajirasouliha, I., Meleshko, D., Garimella, K., & Maheshwari, A. (2023). Cue: a deep-learning framework for structural variant discovery and genotyping. Nature Methods, 20(4), 559-568.

Green, J., Druckman, J. N., Baum, M. A., Lazer, D., Ognyanova, K., & Perlis, R. H. (2023). Depressive symptoms and conspiracy beliefs. Applied Cognitive Psychology37(2), 332–359. [Funding by NIH, NSF, Peter G. Peterson Foundation.]

Ray, C. D., Scharp, K. M., Parker, E., & Donohoe, D. E. (2023). Withholding social support because those in need do not deserve it: A thematic narrative analysis. Communication Research. 

Klimaszewski, C. (2023). Towards a vernacular aesthetics of liking for information studies. Journal of Documentation.  

Kwestel, M., & Doerfel, M. L. (2023). Emergent stakeholders: Using multi-stakeholder issue networks to gain legitimacy in corporate networks. Public Relations Review, 49(1).

Rose, I. A., Nicole Rose, I. A., Yuksel, A., Sarah, B., William Warr, B., Leo Anthony, C., Tiffany, C., Amelia, F., Molly, G., Gulce, K., Nkiruka, M., David Kojo, N. N., Jonathan, P., Anton, P., Justin, Q., Senteio, C., et al. (2023). Who does the fairness in health AI community represent? medRxiv. [Supported by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.]

Saha, P., Garimella, K., Kalyan, N. K., Pandey, S. K., Meher, P. M., Mathew, B., & Mukherjee, A. (2023). On the rise of fear speech in online social media. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America120(11).

Varlejs, J. (2023). Lowell Martin: The shaping of a public library leader. Libraries: Culture, History, and Society 7(1), 46-65.

Venetis, M. K., Bontempo, A. C., Catona, D., Buckley de Meritens, A., Devine, K. A., & Greene, K. (2023). Dilemmas and strategy when companion participation during appointments differs from patient and companion expectations. Health Communication.


Kim, J., Wang Sonne, S. E., Garimella, K., Grow, A., Weber, I. G., Zagheni, E. (2023). Online social integration of migrants: Evidence from Twitter. MPIDR Working Paper, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany.


Bettivia, R., Cheng, Y-Y., Gryk, M. (2023). What does provenance lack: How retrospective and prospective met the subjunctive. In Information for a Better World: Normality, Virtuality, Physicality, Inclusivity. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 13972. International Conference on Information. Springer, Cham.

Shah, C., White, R., Thomas, P., Mitra, B., Sarkar, S., & Belkin, N. (2023). Taking Search to Task. Association for Computing Machinery, (Funded by NSF.) Inc.

Stahlman, G. R. (2023). Is there a scientific digital divide? Information seeking in the international context of astronomy research. In Information for a better world: normality, virtuality, physicality, inclusivity. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information (pp. 514-523). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 13972. 



Aronczyk, M. (2023). From Crisis to Opportunity: Promoting Climate Change. In E. West & M. P. McAllister (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Advertising and Promotional Culture (2nd ed.), pp. 384-395. Routledge.


Beauchamp, N., Shugars, S., Swire-Thompson, B., & Lazer, D. (2023). How expertise mediates the effects of numerical and textual communication on individual and collective accuracy. Decision.

Burns, J. A., Hull, S. J., Inuwa, A., Moriarty, P., & Scott, R. K. (2023). Understanding retention in the HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis cascade among cisgender women. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 37(4), 205-211.

Iyer, S. R. (2023). Understanding how news content utilizes experiential media (AR, VR, and 360° Video) in COVID-19 storytelling, Athens Journal of Mass Media and Communications, 9(2). pp 85-112.

Solomonov, N., Green, J., Quintana, A., Lin, J., Ognyanova, K., Santillana, M., Druckman, J. N., Baum, M. A., Lazer, D., Gunning, F. M., & Perlis, R. H. (2023). A 50-state survey study of thoughts of suicide and social isolation among older adults in the United States. Journal of Affective Disorders, 334, 43-49. [Funded by the NSF, NIMH, Northeastern University, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and Rutgers University.]


Randazzo, C., & Ammari, T. (2023). “If someone downvoted my posts—that’d be the end of the world”: Designing safer online spaces for trauma survivors. In Proceedings of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Park, J., Gracie, J., Alsoubai, A., Stringhini, G., Singh, V., & Wisniewski, P. (2023). Towards automated detection of risky images shared by youth on social media companion. Proceedings of the ACM Web Science Conference. [Funded by the NSF and William T. Grant Foundation.]

Park, J., Ellezhuthil, R. D., Isaac, J., Mergerson, C., Feldman, L., & Singh, V. (2023). Misinformation detection algorithms and fairness across political ideologies: The impact of article level labeling, 107-116. Proceedings of the ACM Web Science Conference. [Funded by the NSF.]




Goldthwaite, C., Gigliotti, R.A., Spear, S(2023). Leadership In Digital Contexts. Kendall Hunt.


Huma, B-R., & Potter, J. (2023). Discursive psychology. In M. Handford & J. P. Gee (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis (2nd ed.) pp. 53-66. Routledge. 


Cheng, Y.-Y., & Xia, Y. (2023), A systematic review of methods for aligning, mapping, merging taxonomies in information sciences, Journal of Documentation.

Fu, J. S. (2023). Social-market hybridity in social ventures: scale development and validation. Business & Society.

Hull, S., Alade, T., Moriarty, P., Scott, R., Sinks, H., & Zack, J. (2023). The association between medical distrust and the intention to initiate preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in hiv-seronegative cisgender women of color within the DC area. Obstetrics & Gynecology141(5), 89S-90S.

Lane, J., Shepherd, H., Avella, H., & Martin, A. (2023). Outside the brackets: Why school administrators fail to see gendered harassment within an antibullying law. Law & Society Review, 57(2), 234-253.

Mandelbaum, J., & Lerner, G. (2023). On the communicative affordances of instrumental action: offering meal service to others, whilst serving oneself. Journal of Pragmatics, 209, 149-167.

Mestre, J. (2023). Parsing through paradigms: Uncertainty and decision-making in human information behavior. Journal of Documentation,

Robertson, R. E., Green, J., Ruck, D. J., Ognyanova, K., Wilson, C., & Lazer, D. (2023). Users choose to engage with more partisan news than they are exposed to on google search. Nature.


Jhaver, S., Zhang, A., Chen, Q., Natarajan, N., Wang, R., & Zhang, A. (2023). Personalizing content moderation on social media: user perspectives on moderation choices, interface design, and labor. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction.

Ray, I., Thuraisingham, B., Vaidya, J., Mehrotra, S., Atluri, V., Ray, I., Kantarcioglu, M., Raskar, R., Salimi, B., Simske, S., Venkatasubramanian, N., & Singh, V. (2023). SAFE-PASS: stewardship, advocacy, fairness and empowerment in privacy, accountability, security, and safety for vulnerable groups. Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Access Control Models and Technologies. [Funded by the NSF and State of Colorado.]


Aakhus, M., & Allred, S. (2023). Community design for health and wellness (2018-2022) final report and reflections. Rutgers University.


These are dated 2023 for SC&I recognizes at the doctoral level graduates from the previous October and January, and from May.

Goulbourne, T. (2023). Clarifying the why, what, how, and when of community engagement: exploring the communication tactics employed by community-based organizations to engage underserved communities. RUcore: Rutgers University Community Repository.

Hammad, O. (2023). Digital Islam: the emergence of Muslim counterpublics on social media. RUcore: Rutgers University Community Repository.

Lu, S. (2023). Tactical religious information practices of theological students from unregistered Christian communities in China: walking, place-making, reading, and deception. RUcore: Rutgers University Community Repository.

Manivannan, V. (2023). This is about the body, the mind, the academy, the clinic, time, and pain RUcore: Rutgers University Community Repository.

Mergerson, C. S. (2023). The South and the promise of nonprofit news.RUcore: Rutgers University Community Repository.

Park, J. (2023). A design intervention to reduce online incivility. RUcore: Rutgers University Community Repository.



Ruben, B. D., & Ruben, W. (2023). More than just words: Communication and relationship skills that make a difference. Kendall Hunt.

Woolls, B., Valenza, J. K., & Dawkins, A.M. (2023). The school library manager: Leading through change, 7th ed. (Library and Information Science Text Series).  Bloomsbury Libraries Unlimited.


Bratich, J. (2023). Observation in a surveilled world. In N. Denzin, Y. Lincoln, M. Giardina & G. Cannella (Eds.), The Sage handbook of qualitative research (6th ed.). Sage Publications.

Scharp, K.  (2023). Estrangement and impact on family communication. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication.

Scharp, K.  (2023). Relational dialectics theory. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication.


Arechar, A. A., Allen, J., Berinsky, A. J., Cole, R., Epstein, Z., Garimella, K., et al (2023). Understanding and combatting misinformation across16 countries on six continents. Nature Human Behaviour. 

Aronczyk, M., & Russell, A. (2023). Everything, everywhere, all at once: Apprehending the climate crisis. Social Media + Society, 9(2).

Kohler, R. E., Wagner, R. B., Careaga, K., Vega, J., Btoush, R., Greene, K., & Kantor, L. (2023). Parents’ intentions, concerns and information needs about covid-19 vaccination in new jersey: A qualitative analysis. Vaccines, 11(6), 1096. [Funded by the National Cancer Institute.] MDPI AG.

Kim, Y., Chen, Y., & Liang, F. (2023). Engineering care in pandemic technogovernance: The politics of care in china and south korea’s covid-19 tracking apps. New Media & Society25(6), 1432-1450.

Lillie, H. M.Venetis, M. K.,Chernichky-Karcher, S. (2023). Resilience communication mitigates the negative relational effects of topic avoidance: Evidence from parental caregiving and COVID-19 pandemic contextsPersonal Relationships. [Funding provided in part by the NIH.]  

Pulick, E., Menkov, V., Mintz, Y., Kantor, P., & Bier, V. (2023). Comparing reinforcement learning and human learning using the game of hidden rules. [Funding provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, and the NSF.]  

Mikesell, L., O'Malley, D. M., Kurtzman, R., Howard, J., Bates, B., Hemler, J., Bator, A., Crabtree, B. F., & Hudson, S. V. (2023). Strategies to support primary care involvement in the care of patients with a history of breast cancer: A Delphi study. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 41(16_suppl), e24040-e24040. [Funded by NIH.]

Nimrod, G., Elias, N., & Lemish, D. (2023). Like grandmother, like mother? Multigenerational mediation of young children’s media use. International Journal of Communication, 17, 18.

Theiss, J. A., Haverfield, M. C., Jones, H. E., & Austin, J. T. (2023). An analysis of turn transitions and conversational motifs in parent-adolescent emotion-focused interactions. Communication Methods and Measures.

Weber, M., Armour, V., Lindstadt, C., & Yanovitzky, I. (2023). Testing multiple methods to effectively promote use of a knowledge portal to health policy makers: Quasi-experimental evaluation. Journal of Internet Medical Research, e41997. [Funded by the William T. Grant Foundation.]


Garimella, K., Jakesch, M., Schlessinger, J., & Eckles, D. (2023). The effect of twitter’s trending topics page on tweet volume.  Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media

Jenkins, L., Hepburn, A., Potter, J., & Macdougall, C. (2023). Risky business: Flattening the epistemic landscape in shared decision-making in paediatric care. Proceedings of the International Conference on Conversation Analysis.



Ruben, B. (2023). Excellence in higher education guide: A framework for the design, assessment, and continuing improvement of institutions, departments, and programs (8th ed.). Routledge. [ebook, first published 2016]  

Ruben, B. D., De Lisi, R., Gigliotti, R. A. (2023). A guide for leaders in higher education: Concepts, competencies, and tools (2nd ed.). Taylor & Francis. [ebook, first published 2021] 

Nolfi, T., & Ruben B. D. (2023). Assessing and improving student organizations: student workbook. Routledge. [ebook, first published 2010]


Keith, S., & Cozma, R. (2023). Teaching journalism online: a handbook for journalism educators. UNESCO.


Keith, S., & Cozma, R. (2023). Introduction: What does it mean to teach online? In S. Keith, & R. Cozma (Eds.), Teaching journalism online: a handbook for journalism educators, 9-14. UNESCO.

Keith, S., (2023). Planning your online course. In S. Keith, & R. Cozma (Eds.), Teaching journalism online: a handbook for journalism educators, 16-21. UNESCO.

Keith, S., (2023). Skeptics no more: A new era for journalism education delivery. In S. Keith, & R. Cozma (Eds.), Teaching journalism online: a handbook for journalism educators, 108-113. UNESCO.

Kranich, N. (2023). Academic libraries as civic agents. In T.J. Shaffer & N.V. Longo (Eds.), Creating space for democracy: A primer on dialogue and deliberation in higher education. Routledge. [ebook, first published 2019] 


Aronczyk, M. (2023). Branding the nation in the era of climate crisis: Eco-nationalism and the promotion of green national sovereignty. Nations and Nationalism 

Boyer, B., & Dziedzic-Elliott, E. (2023). What I had, what I needed: First-year students reflect on how their high school experience prepared them for college research. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 49(4), 102742. [Funded by a Rutgers  School of Communication and Information, Grant for Individual Faculty Research.]

Doshi, R. K., Hull, S., Broun, A., Boyani, S., Moch, D., Visconti, A. J., Castel, A. D., Baral, S., Colasanti, J., Rodriguez, A. E., Jones, J., Coffey, S., & Monroe, A. K. (2023). Lessons learned from U.S. rapid antiretroviral therapy initiation programs. International Journal of STD & AIDS

Lemish, D. (2023). The social media (moral) panic this time: Why CAM scholars may need a more complex approach. Journal of Children and Media, 1-7. 

McDowell, K., Bettivia, R., Bonn, M. S., Campbell-Meier, J., Cheng, J. Y.-Y., Corieri, I. L., & et al. (2023). Future applications for data storytelling toolkits. Information Matters, 3(6). 

Scott, R. K., Hull, S. J., Huang, J. C., Ye, P. P., Lotke, P., Beverley, J., Moriarty, P., Balaji, D., Ward, A., Holiday, J., Brant, A. R., Elion, R., Visconti, A. J., & Coleman, M. (2023). Intention to initiate hiv pre-exposure prophylaxis among cisgender women in a high hiv prevalence u.s. city. Women's Health Issues

Weinstein, C. (2023). Cannabis, media, and the neoliberal marketplace: The problem with just saying yes to color-blind legalization narratives. International Journal Of Communication, 17, 19.


Oewel, B., Ammari, T., & Brewer, R. N. (2023). Voice assistant use in long-term care. Proceedings of the International Conference on Conversational User Interfaces. Article 24.

Blitz, C., Yanovitzky, I., & Amiel, D. (2023). Community-engaged pedagogy by design: practical strategies for promoting transformative learning. Proceeding of the International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies



Potter, J., Stringer, P., & Wetherell, M. (2023). Social texts and context: literature and social psychology. Routledge. [ebook, first published 1984] 


Gigliotti, R. A., Rotondo, A. M., Horton, D. B., & Reichman, N. E. (2023). The art of team science:  Exploring team dynamics and implications for leadership practice. In D. A. M. Roache (Ed.), Transformational Leadership Styles, Management Strategies, and Communication (pp. 402-418).


Kamalipour, Y. R. & Pavlik, J. (2023). Communicating global crises: Media, war, climate, and politics. Rowman & Littlefield.


Broadbridge, E., Greene, K., Venetis, M., Lee, L., Banerjee, S., Meritens, A., Catona, D., & Devine, K. (2023). The influence of perceived provider empathic communication on disclosure decision-making. Health Communication.  

Hintz, E. A., & Scharp, K. M. (2023). “I hate all the children, especially mine”: Applying relational dialectics theory to examine the experiences of formerly childfree regretful parents. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 

Walk, E., Garimella, K., & Christia, F. (2023). Displacement and return in the internet era: Social media for monitoring migration decisions in northern syria. World Development168, [106268].

Hepburn, A., & Potter, J. (2023). Understanding mixed emotions in organized helping through emotionography. Frontiers in Psychology14, 1236148.

Hepburn, A., Potter, J., & Caldwell, M. (2023). The visible politics of intersubjectivity: Constructing knowledge as shared to manage resistance in news interviews. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 

Lawrence, E.E. (2023). "Of acquisitions and interference: Accounting for systemic threats to the freedom to read", Journal of Documentation

Osakwe ZT, Calixte R, Peterson M-L, Senteio, C., et al. (2023). Association of hospice agency location and neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantage in the u.s. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine


Pavlik, J. (2023). Entering the metaverse: Considering the implications of a journey into a virtual world for NYSCA at 80 years," Proceedings of the New York State Communication Association. Vol. 2022, Article 5.



Bratich, J. Z. (2023). Commentary-The flea-market of history: Capital remains. Journalism & Communication Monographs25(3), 282-289.

Broadbridge, E., Greene, K., Venetis, M. K., Lee, L. E., Banerjee, S. C., Saraiya, B., & Devine, K. A. (2023). Facilitating psychological adjustment for breast cancer patients through empathic communication and uncertainty reduction. Patient Education and Counseling, 114, 107791.[Supported in part by Rutgers School of Communication and Information’s Small Grants for Individual Faculty Research, the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, RWJBarnabas Health Mission Support, and Cancer Survivorship and Outcomes Center Award.]

Mikesell, L., O'Malley, D., Kurtzman, R., Howard, J., Bates, B., Hemler, J., . . . Hudson, S. (2023). Strategies to support primary care involvement in the care of patients with a history of breast cancer: A Delphi study. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 41, e24040-e24040.

Sassan, C., Mahat, P., Aronczyk, M., & Brulle, R. J. (2023). Energy citizens “just like you”? Public relations campaigning by the climate change countermovement.  Environmental Communication

Scott, R. K., Deyarmond, M., Marwitz, S., Huang, J. C., Moriarty, P., Visconti, A. J., . . . Hull, S. J. (2023). Implementation of an educational intervention to improve hiv pre-exposure prophylaxis services for women in an urban sexual health clinic. AIDS Patient Care and STDs., 37(9).


Bettivia, R., Cheng, Y.-Y., Gryk, M. (2023). Retrospective, subjunctive, prospective: provenance challenges across time. Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Preservation.

 Bettivia, R., Cheng, Y.-Y., Gryk, M. (2023). I got a letter from my past self: (Un)managed change and provenance. Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Preservation.


Edited Books

Bolden, G. B., Heritage, J., & Sorjonen, M-L (2023). Responding to polar questions across languages and contexts. [Studies in Language and Social Interaction, 35]. John Benjamins.

Book Chapters

Bolden, G. B., Heritage, J., & Sorjonen, M-L (2023). Introduction: Polar questions and their responses. In G.B. Bolden, J. Heritage, & M-L SorjonenResponding to polar questions across languages and contexts. [Studies in Language and Social Interaction, 35]. pp. 1-39. John Benjamins.

Bolden, G. B. (2023). Repetitional responses to polar questions in Russian conversation. In G.B. Bolden, J. Heritage, & M-L SorjonenResponding to polar questions across languages and contexts. [Studies in Language and Social Interaction, 35]. pp. 40-75. John Benjamins.