Graduate Students in Communication and Journalism: Recent Publications

Posted November 11, 2013

Since 2012, graduate students in Communication and Journalism have co-authored 15 publications (student authors are in bold).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smith, H., & Norton, T. (2013). Environmental Groups on Par with Government Sources. Newspaper Research Journal, 34 (1), 50-61.

McGreavy, B., Hutchins, K., Smith, H., Lindenfeld, L., Silka, L. (2013) Addressing the complexities of boundary work in sustainability science through communication, Sustainability, 5(10), 4195-4221.

Green-Hamman, S., & Sherblom, J. C. (forthcoming). The influences of optimal matching and social capital on communicating support. Journal of Health Communication.

Smith, H., & Norton, T. (forthcoming). That’s why I call it a task farce: Organizations in participatory processes. Environmental Communication.

McGreavy, B., Silka, L., & Lindenfeld, L. (forthcoming) Interdisciplinarity and actionable science: Exploring the generative potential in difference. Journal of Community Practice.

McGreavy, B., and Lindenfeld, L. (forthcoming). Entertaining our way to engagement? Climate change films and sustainable development values. International Journal of Sustainable Development.

Lindenfeld, L., Smith, H., & Norton, T. (Forthcoming). Risk Communication & Sustainability Science: Lessons from the Field. Sustainability Science.

Smith, H., & Lindenfeld, L. (Forthcoming). Making Media Studies Engaged: A Look at Methods, Approaches, and Opportunities for Change. Environmental Communication.

Sherblom, J. C., & Green-Hamann, S. (2013). Public relations in a virtual world: A Second Life case study. In: Social media and strategic communication. H. N. Al-Deen & J. A. Hendricks (Eds.), Basingstoke, England: Palgrave MacMillan.

McGreavy, B., & Lindenfeld, L. (2013). Entertaining our way to engagement? Climate change films and sustainable development values. International Journal of Sustainable Development.

Hutchins, K., & Stormer, N. (2013). Articulating identity in and through Maine’s North Woods. Environmental Communication, 7(1), 24-41.

McGreavy, B., & Hart, D. (2012). Interview with Robert Kates. Maine Policy Review, Special Issue on Sustainability Solutions Initiative.

Green-Hamann, S., & Sherblom, J. C. (2012). Developing a transgender identity in a virtual community. In, What’s my status? Social networking and self-presentation. C. Cunningham (Ed.), Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield.

Lindenfeld, L, Hall, D., McGreavy, B., Hart, D., Silka, L. (2012). Creating a place for communication in sustainability science. Environmental Communication, 6(1), 23-43.

McGreavy, B., Webler, T., & Calhoun, A.J.K. (2012). Science communication and vernal pool conservation: A study of local decision maker attitudes in a knowledge-action system. Journal of Environmental Management, 95, 1-8.