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Roessner, A. (2011).  The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine: Book Review. American Journalism. 28(1), 134-135.
Palenchar, M. J., & Veil S. (2011).  Incorporating social media into NCFPD's long-term research and communication efforts.
Helme, D. W., Noar S. M., Allard S., Zimmerman R., Palmgreen P., & McClanahan K. (2011).  In-depth Investigation of Interpersonal Discussions in Response to a Safer Sex Mass Media Campaign. Health Communication. 26(4), 366-378.
Luther, C. A. (2011).  Influences of News Media Framing on Public Acceptance of Civil Liberty and Press Freedom Restrictions in Japan. If It Was Not For Terrorism: Crisis, Compromise, and Elite Discourse in the Age of ‘War on Terror’ . 104-116.
Wang, P., Ruthven I., & Kelly D. (2011).  Information Behavior and Seeking. Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval. 15-42.
Childers, C. C., Haley E., Lambert C. A., & Jahns L. (2011).  Insights into freshman weight issues: An ethnographic study of how first-year college students make decisions about eating. Journal of Consumer Affairs.
Kent, M. L., & Sommerfeldt E. J. (2011).  Instructors manual: Public relations writing: A rhetorical approach. 174.
Taylor, M. (2011).  Intercultural Communication and Crisis: Communicating with Diverse Publics Before, During and After a Crisis.
Kent, M. L., & Taylor M. (2011).  Issues management makeover: A facelift for an aging theory. Business research yearbook: Business and global social responsibility. 18, 534-541.
Tenopir, C., Mays R., & Wu L. (2011).  Journal Article Growth and Reading Patterns. New Review of Information Networking. 16(1), 4-22.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Leveraging risk bearers during disasters.
Chen, H., & Haley E. (2011).  The Lived Meanings of Product Placements in Social Network Sites (SNSs): A Story of Happy Network. American Academy of Advertising.
Bishop, B. Wade (2011).  Location-based questions and local knowledge. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 62(8), 1594-1603.
Kent, M. L. (2011).  Mac to Kindle: Secrets and Lies of perfect formatting.
Pardo, T., & Potnis D. (2011).  Mapping the Evolution of e-Readiness Assessments. Transforming Government: People, Process, and Policy Journal. 5(4), 345-363.
Miller, J. D., Kotowski M. R., Comis R., Smith S. W., Silk K. J., Colaizzi D., et al. (2011).  Measuring Cancer Clinical Trial Understanding. Health Communication. 26, 82-93.
Taylor, M., & Abbott S. M. (2011).  Measuring Media Development: Roles for Media Development Organizations, Reserachers and Educators. International Association of Media and Communication Researchers (IAMCR).
Abbott, S. M., & Taylor M. (2011).  Measuring the impact of media assistance programs: Perspectives on research- practioner collaboration. Measures of press freedom and media contributions to development. 257- 270.
Gross, P., & Kenny T. (2011).  The Media Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe is Over; Long Live the Transformation. (Coman, M., Ed.).Models of, Models for Journalism and Communication. 11-19.
Van Kelegom, M. J., Kotowski M. R., & Levine K. J. (2011).  A Methodological Review of Imagined Interaction Research. National Communication Association.
Kent, M. L. (2011).  MicrosoftWord (PC) to Kindle: Secrets and lies of perfect formatting. 50.
Kaye, B. K., & Johnson T. J. (2011).  Net gain? Selective exposure and selective avoidance of social network sites.. Paper presented at the Communication in the Millennium annual conference, San Diego, CA..
Kent, M. L. (2011).  New Monitoring and Evaluation Tookits: "Key Informant Interviews".
Kent, M. L. (2011).  New Monitoring and Evluation Toolkits: "Delphi Panels".
Palenchar, M. J., & Freberg K. (2011).  Opportunities and barriers implementing mobile technologies and social media in reputation management and crisis communication practices. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand Identity and Competitiveness.
Brown, K., & White C. (2011).  Organization-Public Relationships and Crisis Response Strategies: Impact on Attribution of Responsibility. Journal of Public Relations Research. 23 (1), 75-92.
Evans, N., & Hoy M G. (2011).  "A Parental Gender Perspective on Advergame Regulation: Moms Matter". Marketing and Public Policy Conference.
Ahn, A. H. Y., Kotowski M. R., Wu L., & Yu H. (2011).  A Path Analytic Test of Anti-binge Drinking Public Service Announcement Effectiveness: Attitudes and intentions. Southern States Communication Association.
Tenopir, C., Allard S., Bates B. J., Levine K. J., King D. W., Birch W. B., et al. (2011).  Perceived Value of Scholarly Articles. Learned Publishing. 24, 123-132.
Hoy, M G., & Park J. Seong (2011).  "Pharma Online: An Examination of FDA Administrative Letters Involving Violative Internet Promotions". Marketing and Public Policy Conference.
Whiteside, E. (2011).  The politics of activism: Assessing the potential for change through FAME. International Communication Association.
Avery, E. J., & Lariscy R. W. (2011).  Public Information Officers' Perceived Control in Building Local Public Health Agendas and the Impact of Community Size. Health Communication. 1-10.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Public relations and social media: Decentralizing control and power in risk and crisis communication. International PR conference.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Public relations of nations.
Taylor, M. (2011).  Public relations pedagogy.
Kent, M. L. (2011).  Public relations writing: A rhetorical approach. 343.
Kent, M. L. (2011).  Putting the Social Back in Social Media: A Meta- Analysis and Critique of Social Media Research.
Taylor, R. E. (2011).  Qualitative Interviewing. Using Qualitative Reserach in Advertising: Strategies, Techniques, and Applications.
Ahn, A. H. Y., Wu L., Kelly S., & Haley E. (2011).  A Qualitative Study of College Student Responses to Conflicting Messages in Advertising: Anti-binge Drinking Public Service Announcements vs. Wine Promotion Health Messages. International Journal of Public Health. 56(3), 
Avery, E. J., & Hocke T. M. (2011).  Quiet, Creeping, and Sudden?!: Exploring Public Information Officers' Definitions of Health Crisis. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Sapolsky, B. S., & Kaye B. K. (2011).  Rating offensive words in three television program contexts. Mass Communication & Society. 14(1), 
Taylor, M., & Pampaloni A. (2011).  Rehibilitating Image in Public Relations: Remembering that Images are a Foundation for Knowing. National Communication Association (NCA).
Taylor, M., Yang A., & Klyueva A. V. (2011).  A Relational Approach to Public Diplomacy in a Multipolar World: Understanding the U.S.- China- Russia Relationship Concerning Libya through the People's Daily Newspaper. Future of U.S.- Chinese Media Communication and Public Diplomacy in a Post- Crisis World Conference.
Kim, S., Avery E. J., & Lariscy R. W. (2011).  Repair at the Expense of Providing Instructing annd Adjusting Information Following Crises: Examining 18 Years of Crisis Response Strategy Research. International Journal of Strategic Communication. 5,
Kent, M. L. (2011).  Research Grab Bag: "Web Metrics--- With a Focus on Google Analytics".
Lee, T., Haley E., Yun T. Woong, & Wonjun C. (2011).  Retirement Financial Services Advertising: U.S. Retirement Financial Services Advertising's Financial Information Provisions, Communication Strategies and Judgmental Heuristic Cues. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 45(3), 
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Risk and urban communication.
Palenchar, M. J., Hocke T. M., & Heath R. L. (2011).  Risk communication and corporate social responsibility: The essence of sound management for risk bearers, generators and arbiters. (Ihlen, J., Bartlett J., & May S., Ed.).Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibilty. 188-207.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Risk communication and environmental sustainability.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Risk equity: Why race and class are life and death matters in risk communication.