Publications, of course.
Check out the following list of recent publications for a cross-section of our research activities since spring. This collection represents published research efforts from CRDM students Student names are listed in bold and in full to make this list search-friendly. (And yes, I’m fully aware that we’re violating a number of citation styles in the name of usability; apologies all around).
Berube, D., Searson, E., Morton, T., & Cummings, Chris. (2010). Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies—Consumer Product Inventory Evaluated. Nanotechnology Law & Business, 7(2), 152-163. [link]
Berube, D. M., Cummings, Chris. L., Cacciatore, M., Scheufele, D., & Kalin, Jason. (2010). Characteristics and classification of nanoparticles: Expert Delphi survey. Nanotoxicology. Published online: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/17435390.2010.521633.
Casper, Christian F., & Miller, C. R. (2010). Digital Rhetoric and Science. In S. Priest, (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Science and Technology Communication (224-227). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [link]
de Souza e Silva, A., & Frith, Jordan. (2010). Locative Mobile Social Networks: Mapping Communication and Location in Urban Spaces. Mobilities, 5(4), 485-506. [link]
Gruber, David. (2010). From the Screen to Me, 1984-2008: Computer Television Commercials and the Human-Computer Relationship. Media History, 16(3), 341-356. [link]
Hamilton, Fredessa D. (2010). Snowbound: Is there a word from Washington? Communication Currents, 5(2). [link]
Maddalena, Kate. (2010) I need you to say “I”: Why first person is important in college writing. Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing, 1. [link]
Martin, Kelly N. & Johnson, M. (2010). Digital Credibility and Digital Dynamism in Public Relations Blogs. Visual Communication Quarterly, 17(3), 162-174. [link]
Mulliken, Seth. (2010). Ambient Reverberations: Diegetic Music, Science Fiction, and Otherness. In M. J. Bartkowiak, (Ed.), Sounds of the Future: Essays on Music in Science Fiction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. [link]
Pepper, Shayne. (May 21, 2010). Beyond TiVo and Netflix: Rethinking HBO Through the Archive. FlowTV 11. [link]
We’ll make this a regular post (3-4 times/year) so be sure to check back in to see what else we crank out in the future.
(thanks to our very own Lauren Clark for accommodating a relatively bad pun to design the image for this post)