Current Doctoral Student Achievements

Publications

Hook, C., Plump, B., & Geist-Martin, C. (2018). Advocating for integrative medicine: Providers’ stories of resonance, negotiation, and community building. Qualitative Research in Medicine and Healthcare, 2, 30-44.

Hook, C., & Geist-Martin, G. (2018). Communities of care: A qualitative investigation of the communication of support between incarcerated women. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 15(2), 127-143.

Hudak, N., & Bates, B. R. (2018). In pursuit of “queer friendly” healthcare: An interview study of how queer individuals select care providers. Health Communication, Advanced copy online. https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2018.1437525

Hudak, N. C. & Carmack, H. J. (2018). Waiting for the doctor to ask: Influencers of lesbian, gay, and bisexual identity disclosure for healthcare providers. Qualitative Research in Medicine and Healthcare, 2(20), 20-29. https://doi.org/10.4081/qrmh.2018.7157
Hudak, N., Carmack, H. J., & Smith. E. (2018). Student perceptions of providers’ cultural competence, attitudes toward providers, and patient satisfaction at a university health center: International and student differences. Journal of International Students, 8(2), 960-976. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1250395

Jenkins, E. M. (In press). ‘Help, my teen is sexting!’ Understanding parent-teen communication about sexting from an Attachment Theory Perspective. In LeBlanc, S. (Ed.), Going Behind Closed Doors: Case Studies in Family Communication.

Jenkins, E. M., & Stamp, G. H. (2018). Sexting in the public domain: competing discourses in online news article comments in the US and the UK involving teenage sexting. Journal of Children and Media, 12(3), 1-17. doi:10.1080/17482798.2018.1431556
Kay, C. S. (2018). All good and well?: The state of forensic health and wellness scholarship. Speaker & Gavel, 55(1), 7-34. Retrieved from https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1167&context=speaker-gavel

Miller, J. L., Kay, C. S., & Sanburg, S. (2018). Diamonds in the rough: Credible comments from pollshare.com. American Behavioral Scientist, 62(3), 335-352. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764218769532

Rubinsky, V. (In Press). Revealing or concealing polyamory in the family: Cultural rules for communicating polyamory to family members. Women & Language, 41, 16-38.
Rubinsky, V. (In Press). Showing your pride: Image as interpellation in The PRIDE Study. Iowa Journal of Communication50, 173-196.
Rubinsky, V. (In Press, Fall 2018). Out online: Exploring LGBTQ identity through mediated friendship. In J. P. Mazer (Ed.) Communication and Social Media: Case Studies Across Personal and Professional Relationships. 
Rubinsky, V. (2018). “Sometimes it’s easier to type things than to say them:” Technology in BDSM sexual partner communication. Sexuality & Culture. Advance online publication, 1-20. doi:10.1007/s12119-018-9534-2
Rubinsky, V. (2018). Bringing up the green-eyed monster: Conceptualizing and communicating jealousy with a partner who has another partner. The Qualitative Report, 23, 1441-1455. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss6/11/
Rubinsky, V. & Cooke-Jackson, A. (2018). Sex as an intergroup arena: How women and gender minorities conceptualize sex, sexuality, and sexual health. Communication Studies, 69, 213-234. doi:10.1080/10510974.2018.1437549
Rubinsky, V., Hosek, A. M. & Hudak, N. (2018). “It’s better to be depressed skinny than happy fat:” College women’s memorable body messages and their impact on body image, self-esteem, and rape myth acceptance. Health Communication.
Waldbuesser, C. (2018). #YoSoy132’s use of social media: Public screens in a Mexican youth movement. Ohio Journal of Communication, 56, 93-105.
Hosek, A. M., Waldbuesser, C., & Mishne, E., Frisby, B. N. (2018). Conceptualizing positive and negative experiences and responses in the basic communication course. Basic Communication Course Annual, 30, 147-171. Retrieved from https://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol30/iss1/9

Honors and Awards

Hudak, N. (2018-2019). Claude Kantner Graduate Fellowship. Graduate College, Ohio University, Athens, OH.

Hudak, N. (2018). Centennial Scholarship. The Eastern Communication Association. Received at the annual Eastern Communication Association conference, Pittsburg, PA.

Rubinsky, V. (2018).Top Paper Panelist in Human Communication & Technology Division at the National Communication Association.
Waldbuesser, C. (2018). Founders Award for Top Student Paper in the Popular Culture Interest Group at the Central States Communication Association. “Is there anything I can say to get you to stay?”: Sensemaking in an online fan subreddit. Paper presented at the annual Central States Communication Association conference in Milwaukee, WI.

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Honors & Awards

Hudak, N. (2018-2019). Claude Kantner Graduate Fellowship. Graduate College, Ohio University, Athens, OH.

Rubinsky, V. (2018).Top Paper Panelist in Human Communication & Technology Division at the National Communication Association.


Waldbuesser, C. (2018). Founders Award for Top Student Paper in the Popular Culture Interest Group at the Central States Communication Association.

 
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