Congratulations to our doctoral students and faculty who received top paper awards at this year's International Communication Association in Washington, D.C. They'll be presenting their top papers between May 24-28, 2019.
Afifi, T. D., Harrison, K., & Zamanzadeh, N. (2019, May). Parents’ relationship maintenance as a ‘booster shot’ for families with type I diabetes. Top Paper Panel. Interpersonal Communication Division.
Hall, J. A., & Merolla, A. J. (2019, May). Connecting everyday talk and time alone to global well-being. Top Paper Panel. Interpersonal Communication Division.
Hopp, F. R., Fisher, J. T., & Weber, R. (2019, May). The dynamic relationship between news frames and real-world events: A hidden markov model approach. Top Paper Panel. Computational Methods Division.
McClelland-Cohen, A. (2019, May). Applying the Four Flows model to social movement organizing: Bridging organizational communication and social movement studies. Top Student Paper. Organizational Communication Division.
Prestin, A., & Nabi, R. (2019, May). Exploring the Therapeutic Effects of Entertainment Media: Toward a "prescription" of media-based positive psychology interventions." Top Paper Panel. Health Communication Division.
Sink, A., Figueroa-Caballero, A. & Mastro, D. (2019, May). Warmth, competence, and the affective mediators of intergroup contact. Top 5 Papers in the Mass Communication Division
Yang, Y. (2019, May). The actual CSR practices vs. public perspective of CSR: A factor analysis of CSR indices. Top Student Paper. Public Relations Division.