Summary of WFU Faculty Information Forms

Communication Department

 

 

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Awards

 

 

I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

           

Beasley, Alessandra

“Caught Between History and Imagination: The Arguments for Post-National European Union Citizenship,” Dissertation for Doctorate of Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, available April 2007. 

 

Dalton, Mary

"Revising the Hollywood Curriculum" published in Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Volume 3, Number 2, Winter 2006, pp. 29-34.

“Consumer Culture Spawns Feminism Lite” in the section “Feminists Look at the Media” in LOUDMOUTH, Issue 14, Winter 2007, p. 23.

 

“Warriors of God:  A Review of Jesus Camp” published on http://www.poptheology.com/ March 29, 2007.

 

"Revising the Hollywood Curriculum" published in Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Volume 3, Number 2, Winter 2006, pp. 29-34.

 

“Consumer Culture Spawns Feminism Lite” in the section “Feminists Look at the Media” in LOUDMOUTH, Issue 14, Winter 2007, p. 23.

 

“Warriors of God:  A Review of Jesus Camp” published on http://www.poptheology.com/ March 29, 2007.

 

Martha in Lattimore

SILVERDOCS/AFI-Discovery Channel Documentary Festival 2006, Official Selection, June 14 and June 15, 2006.  (Not included on last year’s form.)

 

Arbor Acres, Winston-Salem, June 8, 2006.  (Not included on last year’s form.)

 

Long Island International Film Expo, July 13, 2006.

 

Gloria Film Festival, August 2006.

 

North Carolina Visions” on UNC-TV April 7, 2007.

 

I’m Not My Brother’s Keeper:  Leadership and Civil Rights in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Alamance Public Library, January 30, 2007.

 

Wake Forest University, screening and panel organized by the Religion Department, February 7, 2007.

 

Special screening at the law firm Kilpatrick Stockton LLP, February 27, 2007.
 
Helme, Donald

Helme, D.W., Donohew, R.L., Baier, M., Zittleman, L. (2007). A classroom-administered simulation of a television campaign on adolescent smoking: Testing an activation model of information exposure. Journal of Health Communication, 12(4).

Anderson, PA, Buller, DB, Voeks, JH, Borland, R., Helme, D.W., Bettinghaus, E.P. (2007). Predictors of government officials’ support for youth tobacco control policies. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 13(3).

Stephenson, M. T., & Helme, D.W.  (2006).  Authoritative parenting and sensation seeking as predictors of adolescent cigarette and marijuana use. Journal of Drug Education, 36, 247-270.

 
Hyde, Michael

“Searching for Perfection: Martin Heidegger (With Some Help from Kenneth Burke) On Language, Truth, and the Practice of Rhetoric. In Perspectives on Philosophy of Communication, ed. Pat Arneson (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2007): 23-36.

 

“A Conversation about Communication Ethics with Michael J. Hyde,  In Exploring Communication Ethics: Interviews with Influential Scholars in the Field, ed. Pat Arneson (New

York: Peter Lang, 2007):  105-116.

 

Krcmar, Marina

Krcmar, M. & Strizhakova, Y. (2007). Computer-mediated technology and children. In C. Lin and D. Atkin (Eds.). Technology and Social Change (pp. 59-76). Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum.

 

Encyclopedia Entries

 

Krcmar, M. (2007). Aggressive Schemas and Scripts. In J.J. Arnett (Ed.), Enclyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media, pp. 734-736. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Krcmar, M. (2007). Television and language learning. In J.J. Arnett (Ed.), Enclyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media, pp. 462-464. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Articles

 

Giles, S.M., Helme, D., & Krcmar, M. (2007). Predicting disordered eating behavior among incoming college freshman: An analysis of social norms and body esteem.  Communication Studies (58)4.

 

Krcmar. M., Grela, B.G., Lin, Y.J. (2007). Can Toddlers Learn Language from Television? An Experimental Approach. Media Psycholog, 10 (1).

 

Strizhakova, Y. & Krcmar, M. (2007). Mood Management and Video Rental Choices, Media Psychology, 10 (1).

Farrar, K. & Krcmar, M. (2006). Contextual Features of Violent Video Games, Mental Models and Aggression. Journal of Communication, 56 (2), 387-405.

 

Farrar, K. & Krcmar, M. (2006). State and Trait Aggression: A Short, Cautionary Tale. Media Psychology, 8 (2), 127-138.

Barkin, S., Ip. E., Richardson, I., Klinepeter, S., Finch, S. & Krcmar, M. (2006). Parental Media Mediation Styles for Children Aged 2 to 11 Years, Archives of  Pediatric and  Adolescent Medicine, 160, 95-401.

Llewellyn, John

“Regulation: Government, Business and the Self in the United States.”  In The Debate Over Corporate Social Responsibility (ed. George Cheney, Juliet Roper & Steven May) Oxford University Press: March, 2007.

 

Louden, Allan

Researching Non-Presidential debates – A Moment in Time (2005). Contemporary Argumentation and Debate. Cross-Examination Debate Association, 41-50 (intro) CAD Forum 41-105.

 

Gauging unique qualities of political debates in state level races: The case of Montana gubernatorial and North Carolina US Senate elections (2006). In P. Riley (Ed.), Engaging argument (pp. 342-347). Washington, DC: National Communication Association.

 

Lucido, Jack

(1) Jackson Sandwich aired on ETV (South Carolina Public Television) November16th, 2006.

 

(2) Jackson Sandwich to be aired on UNCTV (North Carolina Public Television) May 5th, 2007.

 

(3) Videography and Editing for Re:Next project installation, screening, exhibition, and performance at SECCA Feb through March 2007 in collaboration with WFU professor of Theater and Dance Lynn Book.

 

(4) Public Faculty screening 4/19/07 The Third Cord along with fellow WFU filmmakers works.

 

Jackson Sandwich formal screening at University Film Video Association Annual Conference, Orange, California, August 2, 2006

 

Mitra, Ananda

Mitra, A. (Fall 2006). Collecting citizen input. Oregon Parks and Recreation Journal.

Mitra, A. (Fall 2006). Developing a profile of heavy Instant Messaging users. Proceedings of the Computer and Advanced Technology in Education Conference 2006.

Mitra, A. (Summer 2006). Working in cybernetic space. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Society 2006.

 

Rogan, Randall

Rogan, R.G. (2006), Conflict Framing Categories Revisited. Communication Quarterly, 54, 2, 1-17.

 

 

 

 II. Papers and Presentations

Beasley, Alessandra

“Fancy Citizens or Idle Visionaries?: Political Imagination in Martha Nussbaum’s Poetic Justice,” National Communication Association, San Antonio, Texas, November 2006.

 

“No Citizen Left Behind: Residents as Citizens in the European Union,” National Communication Association, San Antonio, Texas, November 2006.

 

Brunette, Peter

 Luchino Visconti as (anti-) Realist:  The Case of La Terra Trema,” presented in Dec. 2006, at an Italian Studies conference at the University of Pennsylvania (invited lecture).

 

Lecture on Rossellini’s La Macchina Ammazzacattivi, Cinematheque Ontario (Toronto), Nov. 2006 (invited lecture).

 

Informal remarks, Duke University Film Studies Group, Feb. 2007

 

Dalton, Mary

"Communicating to Locate Common Ground Beyond Cultural Imperialism" presented at The Carolinas Communication Association Annual Conference in Charleston, SC on September 16, 2006.

 

Cybill—Personal, Political, Irresistible” (with Laura R. Linder) presented at the University Film and Video Association Annual Conference in Orange, CA on August 4, 2006.

 

Screening of Martha in Lattimore at the University Film and Video Association Annual Conference in Orange, CA on August 6, 2006.

 

Hazen, Michael

Michael David Hazen (Presentation).  “Applied Communication in Russia:  Video and Discussion of Russian views.” National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, November, 2006.

 

Michael David Hazen (Chair and Organizer).  “Rhetoric and the Organization:  A tribute to the organizational scholarship of Jill Jordan McMillan.”  National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, November 2006

 

Parul Jain and Michael Hazen (Paper).  “Television Viewing and Its Relationship to Changing Values in Indian Youth.  International Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, May 2007.

 

Sayaka S. Fourcade and Michael David Hazen (Paper).  Effects of Message Contextuality and Nationality on Responses to Print Advertisements:  Japanese and American Responses to High and Low Contexts.  International Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, May, 2007.

 

Michael David Hazen (Paper).  Dissensus as Value and Practice in Cultural Argument.  Paper to be presented at the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation Conference, Windsor, Ontario, June 2007).

 

Helme, Donald

Helme, D.W., Hight, A.E., & Mitra, A. (2006).Drunk IM’ing” and the College Experience: Instant Messaging as Social Interaction. Paper presented at the 2006 National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX.

 

Krcmar, M., Giles, S., & Helme, D. (2007). Problem Behavior Syndrome: An Examination of Disordered Eating as Risk Taking Behavior. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

Mitra, A., McCoy, T., O'Brien, M, Helme, D., Champion, H. (2006). “Developing a profile of heavy Instant Messaging users.” Computers and Advanced Technology in Education, Lima, Peru, October 2006.

 

Hyde, Michael

“Coming to Terms With Perfection:  The Benefits and Burdens of Biotechnology,”  Conference on “Biotechnology:  Innovation, Funding & Ethics,” Wake Forest University’s Babcock Graduate School of Management, School of Medicine/Comprehensive Cancer Center and School of Law, September 29, 2006.

 

“Communication Ethics:  Building a “Dwelling Place” (Ethos) for Social Justice.”  Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (NCA), San Antonio, Texas, November 2006.

 

“The Salvation of Terri Schiavo,” NCA, 2006.

 

 “On the Relationship Between Rhetoric and Ontology:  The Case of ‘Perfection’,” NCA, 2006.

 

 “Commenting Further on My The Life-Giving Gift of Acknowledgment,” NCA, 2006.

 

 “From Conscience to Acknowledgment to Perfection,” NCA, 2006.

 

Krcmar, Marina

 

Farrar, K. & Krcmar, M. (November, 2006). Developing a scale to assess the uses and gratifications of video game play: Reliability and predictive validity. Paper presented at the Annual conference of the National Communication Association.

 

Krcmar, M. & Farrar, K. (May, 2007). The effect of video game realism on aggression. Paper presented at the Annual conference of the International Communication Association.

 

Krcmar, M., Giles, S.M., & Helme, D. (May, 2007). Problem Behavior Syndrome: A test of disordered eating as risk taking behavior. Paper presented at the Annual conference of the International Communication Association.

 

Llewellyn, John

“The History and Uses of the Scottish Terrier Fala in President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Administrations.  National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX, November 17, 2006.

 

“Rhetoric and the Organization: A Tribute to the Organizational Scholarship of Jill Jordan McMillan.”

 National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX, November 18, 2006.

 

“Evolution of a Champion: Muhammad Ali’s Transition from the Ring to the World.”  Southern States Communication Association Convention, Louisville, KY, March 30, 2007.

 

“The Half-life of Outrage: Defanging Sarbanes-Oxley in a post-Enron World.”  International Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, May 28, 2007.

 

Louden, Allan

Exploring the Impacts of New Technologies and Debate Practice: A Symposium. Chair, National Communication Association, San Antonio, November 2006.

 

Argument Form in Competitive Environments: Case Studies in Contemporary Political advertising. Chair, National Communication Association, San Antonio, November 2006.

 

Mitra, Ananda

COMPETITIVE PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS:

Call Center Paper.” National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX, November 2006.

“Collecting Citizen Input.” Annual Conference of the Tennessee Parks and Recreation Association, Nashville, TN, November 2006.

“Collecting Citizen Input.” 50th Annual Conference of the Oklahoma Parks and Recreation Association, Tulsa, OK, November 2006.

“Planning and Citizen Input.” 50th Annual Conference of the Oklahoma Parks and Recreation Association, Tulsa, OK, November 2006.

“Collecting Health Data from the Hispanic Population.” American Evaluation Association Conference, Portland, OR, November 2006.

Bollyweb: Looking for Bollywood on the Web.” 35th Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, WI, October 2006.

“New technologies in collecting citizen input.” Annual Conference of the National Recreation and Parks Association, Seattle, WA, October 2006.

 “Developing a profile of heavy Instant Messaging users.” Computers and Advanced Technology in Education, Lima, Peru, October 2006.

 “Collecting citizen input.” Annual Conference of the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association, Phoenix, AZ, August 2006.

“Outsourcing in cybernetic space.” E-Society 2006, Dublin, Ireland, July 2006.

“Finding the “empowered voice” in Caribbean blogs.” ACURIL 2006, Aruba, May 2006. [THIS WAS NOT INCLUDED IN MY VERSION OF THE 2005-2006 REPORT]

INVITED PAPERS:

"Conducting Needs Assessments."  Invited Workshop convened by the Georgia Parks and Recreation Association, Covington, GA, August 2006.

 

“New Technologies in Data Collection.  Invited talk at the Indian Institute of Health Management Research, Jaipur, India, June 2006.

 

Rogan, Randall

Rogan, R. G. (2006, November). A frame analysis of Osama bin Laden’s

1996 and 1998 fatwas: An exploratory investigation. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Zulick, Margaret

“American Prophetism on the Grid: Epistemologies and Rhetorics of Prophecy.” NCA 2007

 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

Beasley, Alessandra

European Journal of Political Research, Reviewer

 

Brunette, Peter

            Editorial board, Cinema Journal

 

Dalton, Mary

Creative Screenwriting

Journal of Film and Video

Critical Studies in Media Communication

(articles reviewed thus far this period=8)

 

Producing a video for the Tenth Anniversary Gala celebrating Lillian’s List of North Carolina, projected one to two weeks for the completion of this project.

 

Giles, Steven

Chair, Early Career Preventionists Network (ECPN)

Board Member, Society for Prevention Research

 

Hazen, Michael

Associate Editor, Controversia

Associate Editor, Russian Journal of Communication

Program Planner,  Russian Communication Association, International Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, May 2007

Program Planner, Russian Communication Association, National Communication Association Convention.

Paper Reviewer:

Intercultural & International Com Division, ICA (18 papers)

Intergroup Division, ICA (4 papers)

Information Systems Division, ICA (5 papers)

Communication & Technology Division, ICA (5 papers)

Wake Forest Argumentation Conference at FAU:  Review of papers for Book (3 papers)

 

Helme, Donald

Article reviewer for the journal, Health Communication (5 articles reviewed)

Article reviewer for the journal, Health Education & Behavior (1 article reviewed)

Article reviewer for the journal, Journal of Health Communication (1 article reviewed)

  Article review for the journal, Western Journal of Communication (1 article reviewed)

 

Hyde, Micheal

QJS

Philosophy & Rhetoric

Baylor Univ. Press, Series in Rhetoric and Religion

 

Krcmar, Marina

Editorial Review Board Member—Media Psychology

Editorial Review Board Member—Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media

 

Lucido, Jack

Videography for Simple Living historical Salem College show (broadcast nationwide this winter), August 16th, 17th 2006.  The episode aired locally on January 27th -UNCTV.

 

Mentor credit: for Professor of film, Emily Edwards (UNCG) Scripture Cake     Documentary, January 2007.  This follows the Individual Study projects (Alex Bryant and David Joyce –now WFU alums from the Spring of 2006 that I had supervised).  In the fall of 2007 I followed up and assisted Professor Edwards technically.

 

Llewellyn, John

Editorships:

Communication Law Review (CLR)

Public Relations Review (PRR)

Management Communication Quarterly (MCQ)

 

Louden, Allan

Forum Editor, Contemporary Argumentation and Debate: Journal of CEDA, 2004-7.

 

Editorial Board for Speaker and Gavel

Contemporary Argumentation and Debate: Journal of CEDA

Argumentation and Advocacy: Journal of the American Forensics Association.
Communication Studies

 

Committee on International Discussion and Debate (CIDD) with National Communication Association, Term 2004-7.

 

Mitra, Ananda

Member of the editorial review board for New Media and Society

Member of the editorial review board for Critical Studies in Media Communication

 

Worked with Management Learning Laboratories in assessment of park and recreation services in several communities.  Mostly in summer and during winter breaks with about 1 day per month during school year.

 

Rogan, Randall

Editorial Board of Southern Journal of Communication. 

# of reviews = 4

Editorial Board of  Journal of Applied Communication Research

# of reviews = 1

Communication Reports =

International Journal of Conflict Management = 1

Book review for Sage.

Editorial Board of Communication Monographs = 1

Paper reader for IACM conference.

Paper reader for NCA conference.

 

Paper Reader for the Clevenger, Jr. Undergraduate Honors Conference of SSCA.

Paper reader for the interpersonal division of ICA, 2006.

SSCA Teaching Award Committee, 2006.

 

Maintaining dialogue with Forsyth County Sheriff's department concerning

      crisis negotiations.

 

Zulick, Margaret

1 manuscript reviewed for Rhetoric Society Quarterly

 

 

IV. External Grants Received

Louden, Allan

 

Topic

Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Initiative: Summer

Institute for Youth

 

Agency:

 

US State Department

$  Requested:

$ $845,800 (plus approx &63,000 from individual Embassies)

$Funded:

$  $845,800 (Announced Feb, contract negotiation in process)

 

 

V. Awards (from “O” of Faculty Information Form)

Dalton, Mary

Academic and Community Engagement (ACE) Fellowship, recipient 2006.