Doctoral Faculty Research

Representative Reserach of Doctoral Advising Faculty 

(Ph.D., University of Maryland)
Associate Professor
International and Comparative Approaches; Social Media and Gender; Social Media and Minorities; Democratic Potential of Social Media; Critical and Qualitative Methods
  • Eckert, S., & Bachmann, I. (eds.) (2022). Reflections on feminist communication and media scholarship: Theory, method, impact. Routledge.  
  • Eckert, S., Metzger-Riftkin, J., Albrehi, F., Akther, N., Aniapam, Z., & Steiner, L. (2022). #MeToo academia: News coverage of sexual misconduct at U.S. universities. Journalism Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2022.2077807 
  • Eckert, S., & Assmann, K. (2021). The "ProQuote" initiative: Women journalists in Germany push to revolutionize newsroom leadership. Feminist Media Studies. Online First: Feb. 12, 2021. DOI: 10.1080/14680777.2021.1881984 
  • Jahng, R. M., Eckert, S., & Metzger-Riftkin, J. (2021). Defending the profession: U.S. journalists' role understanding in the era of fake news. Journalism Practice. Online First: April 28, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2021.1919177  
  • Eckert, S., & Riftkin-Metzger, J. (2020). Doxxing, privacy and gendered harassment. The shock and normalization of veillance cultures. M&K Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 68(3), 273-287. https://doi.org/10.5771/1615-634X-2020-3-273 Eckert, S., & Koliska, M. (2014). Lost in a house of mirrors: Journalists come to terms with myth and reality.Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism. (forthcoming).
  • Eckert, S., Chadha, K., & Koliska, M. (2014). Stuck in first gear: the case of the German political "blogosphere."International Journal of Communication, 8, 628-645.
  • Eckert, S., & Steiner, L. (2013). (Re)triggering backlash: responses to news of Wikipedia's gender gap. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 37(4), 284-303.
  • Eckert, S., & Chadha, K. (2013). Muslim bloggers in Germany: an emergent counterpublic. Media, Culture & Society, 35(8), 926-942.
(Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Associate Professor
Journalism History; Mass Media History; Propaganda and Public Opinion; Cultural and Social History; Historical, Ethnohistorical and Qualitative Methods

Indicates graduate student co-authors.

  • Fuhlhage, M. (forthcoming) "Politics, Partisanship, and the Press in the Midwest," in  Reddin van Tuyll, D., and Lamonica, M. M.  (eds.) The View from the West: Newspapers and the American Civil War, Volume II: The Mid-western Press (New York: Peter Lang Publishing).
  • Fuhlhage, M. (forthcoming) "The Image of Mexican American Combatants in the Civil War Press," in Quinn, K., and Sachsman, D. (eds.), Soldiers in the Civil War Press (New York: Routledge).
  • Lindner, A.*, Fuhlhage, M., Frazier, D.*, and Neal, K.* (in press) " 'If Ever Saints Wept and Hell Rejoiced, It Must Have Been Over the Passage of That Law': The 1850 Fugitive Slave Act in Detroit River Borderlands Newspapers, 1851-1852," Journalism History.
  • Fuhlhage, M., Neal, K.*, Cassidy, T.*, Burgess, S.*, and Thrubis, E.* (2021) "Spinning toward Secession: The Interplay of Editorial Bellicosity and Exchange News in the Press before the American Civil War," Southeastern Review of Journalism History.
  • Gorbach, J. and Fuhlhage, M. (2021) "Fallen, Broken Places: American Imperial Journalism in Thomas W. Knox's Boy Travellers Books," Journalism History. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00947679.2020.1866405
  • Michael Fuhlhage, Jade Metzger-Riftkin*, Sarah Walker*, and Nicholas Prephan*, "The News Ecosystem During the Birth of the Confederacy: South Carolina Secession in Southern Newspapers," American Journalism 37, no. 2 (2020): 216-243.
  • Fuhlhage, M. (2019) Yankee Reporters and Southern Secrets: Journalism, Open Source Intelligence and the Coming of the Civil War. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Fuhlhage, M. and Wilkins, L. (2018) "Get Out: When the Horror Is Race," in Patterson, P., Wilkins, L., and Painter, C. (eds.), Media Ethics: Issues and Cases (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield), 331-334.
(Ph.D., University of Missouri)
Associate Professor
  • Jahng, M. R., Eckert, S., Metzger-Riftkin, J. (in press). Defending the profession: U.S. journalists' role understanding in the era of fake news. Journalism Practice. DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2021.1919177
  • Jahng, M. R., Stoycheff, E, & Rochadiat, A. (2021). They said it's 'fake': Effects of discounting cues in online comments on information quality judgments and information authentication. Mass Communication & Society, 24(4), 527-552. https://doi.org/10.1080/15205436.2020.1870143
  • Jahng, M. R. (2021), Is fake news the new social media crisis?: Examining the public evaluation of crisis management for organizations in viral online disinformation. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 15(1), 18-36. https://doi.org/10.1080/1553118X.2020.1848842
(Ph.D., University of Saskatchewan)
Professor
Conflict and Dispute Resolution; Organizational Communication; Workplace Bullying; Quality of Working Relationships; Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
  • Keashly, (forthcoming).  Nature and prevalence of workplace bullying and mobbing in the US: What do the numbers mean? In M. Duffy and D. Yamada (Eds). Workplace bullying and mobbing in the U.S. Praeger. 
  • Keashly, L. & Neuman, J.H. (forthcoming). Workplace bullying and mobbing in U.S. higher education. In M. Duffy and D. Yamada (Eds). Workplace bullying and mobbing in the U.S. Praeger.
  • Sellnow-Richmond, S. A., & Keashly, L. (In press). Paternity leave, identity and fatherhood. In E. Hatfield (Ed.) The Balancing Act: Intersections of Work-Life Balance in Communication Across Identities, Genders, and Cultures. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing.
  • Fisher, R.J. & Keashly, L. (2015). The potential complementarity of mediation and consultation within a contingency model of third party intervention.  1990 article included in Miall, H. Woodhouse, T., Ramsbotham, O., & Mitchell, C. (eds). Contemporary Conflict Resolution Reader. Polity Press.
  • Keashly, L. (2013). Hostile work relationships. In B. Omdahl and J. Fritz (eds). Problematic relationships at work, Volume II, Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Keashly, L. & Neuman, J.H. (2013). Bullying in academia: What does current theorizing and research tell us?  In J. Lester (ed). Workplace bullying in higher education. Routledge (pp 1-22).
  • Keashly, L. (2013). Workplace bullying: The case of teen workers. In J. Srabstein & J. Merrick (Eds). Bullying: A public health concern. Berlin: DeGruyter ( updated version of the 2012 article of the same name in International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 24(1))
  • Keashly, L. (2012). Workplace bullying and gender: It's complicated. In S. Fox & T. Lituchy (eds.). Gender and the dysfunctional workplace. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Keashly, L. & Neuman J. H. (2010) Faculty experiences with bullying in higher education: Causes, consequences and management. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 32(1), 49-71.
  • Keashly, L. & Jagatic, K (2010). North American perspectives on workplace hostility and bullying. In S. Einarsen, H. Hoel, & D. Zapf (Eds.), Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Developments in theory, research and practice(2nd ed.) (pp. 41-71). London, UK: Taylor Francis.

Katheryn Maguire 

(Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin)
Professor
Interpersonal Communication; Family Communication; Long Distance Relationships; Stress & Coping; Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
  • Brumley, K., Maguire, K., & Montazer, S. (2021). The paradox of time: Work, family, conflict, and the social construction of time. Sociological Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/00380237.2021.1970062   
  • Mikucki-Enyart, S. L., & Maguire, K. C. (2021). Introduction to the special issue on Family Communication in the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Family Communication, 3, 145-151. https://doi.org/10.1080/15267431.2021.1933038 
  • Maguire, K. C. (2014). Stress and coping in families: A review and synthesis of communication research. In L. Turner & R. West (Eds.), The Sage handbook of family communication (p. 154-168). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Sahlstein Parcell, E., & Maguire, K. C. (2014). Turning points and trajectories of military deployment. Journal of Family Communication, 14, 129-148.
  • Maguire, K. C., Heinemann, D., & Sahlstein, E. (2013). "To be connected, yet not at all": Relational presence, absence, and maintenance in the context of a wartime deployment. Western Journal of Communication, 77, 249-271.
  • Maguire, K. (2012). Communication, Stress, and Coping in Family Relationships. Polity Press.

(Ph.D., Michigan State University)
Associate Professor
Space Policy; Telecommunication Policy; International Communication; Critical and Qualitative Methods
  • "The Evolution of Japan's Space and Security Policies: Reflections of Constitutional Interpretation and U.S. Influence," Asian International Studies Review, 22 (2021): 1-23.
  • "Space Situational Awareness in Europe: The Fractures and the Federative Aspects of European Space Efforts," Astropolitics The International Journal of Space Politics and Policy 13, No. 1 (2015): 43-64.
  • "Space Debris: Conjunction Opportunities and Opportunities for International Cooperation," Science and Public Policy 40, No. 6 (December 2013): 801-813, first published on-line at http://spp.oxfordjournals.org/ on April 22, 2013.
  • Co-editor with Maury J. Mechanick, eds. The Transformation of Intergovernmental Satellite Organisations Policy and Legal Perspectives. Studies in Space Law, 9. Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2013.
  • "Neo-Liberalism: A Contextual Framework for Assessing the Privatisation of Intergovernmental Satellite Organisations." The Transformation of Intergovernmental Satellite Organisations Policy and Legal Perspectives. Studies in Space Law, 9. Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2013.  1-35.
  • With David Sagar, "Inmarsat: In the Forefront of Mobile Satellite Communications." The Transformation of Intergovernmental Satellite Organisations Policy and Legal Perspectives. Studies in Space Law, 9. Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2013. 35-79.
  • "Intelsat: Pre and Post-Private Equity Ownership." The Transformation of Intergovernmental Satellite Organisations Policy and Legal Perspectives. Studies in Space Law, 9. Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV, 2013.  81-117.

(Ph.D., Purdue University)
Associate Professor
Organizational Communication; Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility; Meaningful Work; Qualitative Methods
  • Mitra, R., Gaber, N., Bouier, R., & Howell, S. (forthcoming). Contesting institutional narratives and core assumptions on Detroit's mass water shutoffs: Collaborative writing for water justice. In S. Dempsey (Eds.), Organizing food justice: Critical organizational communication theory meets the food movement. Routledge.
  • Mitra, R., Lucas, A., Johnson-Fambro, S., Van Raaphorst, C., & Lasky, S. (2022). A mosaic of researcher "back-stories" and oral history "front-stories": COVID-19 and Metro Detroit BIPOC entrepreneurs' resilience. In L. Browning, J-O Sørnes, & P.J. Svenkerud (Eds.), Organizational communication and technology in the time of coronavirus: Ethnographies from the first year of the pandemic (pp. 307-326). London: Palgrave.
  • Stephens, K.K., Jahn, J., Fox, S., Charoensap-Kelly, P., Mitra, R., Waters, E., Xie, B., & Meisenbach, R. (2020). Radically changing work as we know it: Organizational scholars contributing to our future by collectively sensemaking around COVID-19. Management Communication Quarterly, 34, 426-457.
  • Bres, L., Mosonyi, S., Gond, J-P., Muzio, D., Mitra, R., Werr, A., & Wickert, C. (2019). Rethinking professionalization: A generative dialogue on CSR practitioners. Journal of Professions and Organization, 6, 246-264. doi:10.1093/jpo/joz009
  • Mitra, R., & Buzzanell, P.M. (2018). Implementing sustainability in organizations: How practitioners discursively position work. Management Communication Quarterly, 32, 172-201.

Anita Mixon 

(Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Assistant Professor
Rhetorical and Critical Theory; Institutional Rhetoric; Gender and Communication; African American Rhetoric; Visual Rhetoric; Rhetorical and Critical Methods
  • Mixon, A. (2018). Assuaging the Ambivalence of Black Voters: Irene McCoy Gaines's 1929 Speech as Apologia. Paper to be presented at Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Mixon, A. (2018). Respectability Politics and the National Association of Negro Musicians: A Rhetorical Analysis of Race Women Musicians. Paper to be presented at Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN
  • Mixon, A. (2014). The "Typical" in Stereotypical: How Black Masculinity Trumps Black Womanhood in The Ultimate Merger. Carolinas Communication Annual 30: 52 -65.
  • Finnegan, C. & A. Mixon (2014). Art Controversy in the Obama White House: Performing Tensions of Race in the Visual Politics of the Presidency. Presidential Studies Quarterly 44: 244-266.
  • Mixon, A. (2014). Newt Gingrich's Politics of Race & Southern Identity: Representations of Colorblind Racism. In McCarthy, C., Kozma, A., Palma, K., Fitzpatrick, M., & Lamers, N. (Eds.), Mobilized Identities: Mediated Subjectivity and Cultural Crisis in the Neoliberal Era (pp. 168-180). Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.

Jessica Moorman

(Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor
Media Sexual Socialization, Single Socialization, Black Women & Media, Intersectional Approaches to Media & Communication; Children & Media, Sleep & Media, Health Communication
 
(Ph.D., North Dakota State University)
Associate Professor
Health Communication; Risk and Crisis Communication; Social Justice and Applied Communication; Qualitative Methods
  • Novak, J. M., & Vidoloff, K. G. (in press). The Internet and citizen journalism changing the dynamics of crisis communication.
  • Seeger, M. W., & Novak, J. M. (2010). Modeling the recall and warning process in the foodborne contamination event: Perspectives from disaster warnings and crisis communication. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 28, 115-144.
  • Novak, J. M. & Sellnow, T. L. (2009). Reducing organizational risk through participatory communication. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 37, 349-373.

(Ph.D., Howard University)
Associate Professor
Rhetorical Criticism; Crisis Communication; Diversity and Intercultural Communication; Rhetorical, Critical, and Qualitative Methods
  • Griffin Padgett, D.R., Gupton, M. & Snider, I.N. (forthcoming). Dispelling darkness through dialogue in discrimination cases: Learning diversity lessons the hard way.  In S. D. Long and E. Gilchrist-Petty (Eds.), Contexts of the dark side of communication. NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Griffin Padgett, D.R. (2014). Framing Kwame Kilpatrick: Third-Party Response to the Detroit Mayor's Text Message Scandal. Communication Studies, 64(5), 244-259.
  • Griffin Padgett, D.R., Cheng, S.S., & Parekh, V. (2013). The quest for transparency and accountability: Corporate social responsibility and misconduct cases. Asian Social Science9(9), 31-44.
  • Jenkins, C.D. & Griffin Padgett, D.R. (2012). Race and objectivity: Toward a critical approach to news consumption. In C.P. Campbell, R. Brown, C.D. Jenkins and K. LeDuff (Eds.), Race and news: Critical Perspectives (pp. 232-251). New York: Routledge.

(Ph.D., Indiana University)
Professor
Risk and Crisis Communication; Organizational Communication; Communication Ethics; Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
(Note: Not accepting any new doctoral advisees at this time)
  • Seeger, M.W. & Kuhn, T. (2010). Ethics and organizational communication. ICA Handbook of Communication Ethics. Steve May and George Cheney (Eds)
  • Sellnow, T. L., Ulmer, R. R., Seeger, M. W., & Littlefield, R. S. (2009). Effective risk communication: A message centered approach. New York: NY: Springer.
  • Seeger, M. W. (2006). Best practices in crisis and emergency risk communication. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 34, 232-244.

(Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Professor
Message Effects; Health Communication; Risk Communication; Persuasion and Social Influence; Metaphor and Figurative Language; Quantitative Methods
  • Sopory, P., Novak, J. M., Day, A. M., Eckert, K., Wilkins, L., Padgett, D. R., Noyes, J., Allen, T., Alexander, N., Vanderford, M., & Gamhewage, G. M. (2021). Trust and public health emergency events: A mixed-methods systematic review. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. doi: 10.1017/dmp.2021.105
  • Sopory, P., Novak, J. M., & Noyes, J. (2021). Quarantine acceptance and adherence: Qualitative evidence synthesis and conceptual framework. Journal of Public Health. doi: 10.1007/s10389-021-01544-8
  • Tong, S.T., & Sopory, P. (2019). Does integral affect influence intentions to use artificial intelligence for skin cancer screening? A
  • test of the affect heuristic. Psychology & Health, 34, 828-849. doi:10.1080/08870446.2019.1579330
  • Sopory, P. (2017). Metaphor in health and risk communication. In R. Parrott (Ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Health and Risk Message Design and Processing (pp. 188-213). London: Oxford University Press.
  • Maguire, K., Gardner, J., Sopory, P., Roach, M., Jian, G., Moreno, M., Amschlinger, J., Pettey, G., & Piccone, G. (2010). Formative research regarding kidney disease health information in a Latino American sample: Associations among message frame, threat, efficacy, message effectiveness, and behavioral intention. Communication Education (special issue on Communication Education and Health Promotion), 59, 344-359.
  • Sopory, P. (2008). Metaphor and intra-attitudinal structural coherence. Communication Studies, 59, 164-181.
  • Sopory, P. (2005). Metaphor in formative evaluation and persuasive message design: An application to relationships and alcohol use. Health Communication, 17, 149-172.

(Ph.D., Ohio State University)
Associate Professor
Digital Media; Media and Democratization; Media Freedom and Censorship; Quantitative Methods
  • Stoycheff, E. (2022). Cookies and content moderation: Affective chilling effects of internet surveillance and censorship. Journal of Information Technology & Politics.
  • Tong, S.T., Stoycheff, E., & Mitra, R. (2022). Racism and resilience of pandemic proportions: Online harassment of Asian Americans during COVID-19. Journal of Applied Communication Research.
  • Schmierbach, M., McCombs, M., Valenzuela, S., Dearing, J.W., Guo, L., Iyengar, S., Kiousis, S., Kosicki, G.M., Meraz, S., Scheufele, D.A., Stoycheff, E., Vargo, C., Weaver, D.H. & Willnat, L. (2022). Reflections on a legacy: Thoughts from scholars about agenda-setting past and future. Mass Communication & Society, 25(4), 500-527.
  • Jahng, R., Stoycheff, E. & Rochadiat, A. (2021). The said it's 'fake': Effects of discounting cues in online comments on information quality judgments and information authentication. Mass Communication & Society, 24(4), 527-552.
  • Stoycheff, E. (2020). Relatively democratic: How perceived internet interference shapes attitudes about democracy. International Journal of Press/Politics, 25(3), 390-406.
  • Stoycheff, E. & Nisbet, E.C. (2014). Deconstructing Internet penetration and citizen attitudes about governance: A cross-national, multi-level assessment. Political Communication.
  • Pingree, R. & Stoycheff, E. (2013). Differentiating Cueing from Reasoning in Agenda Setting Effects. Journal of Communication, 63, 852-872.
  • Nisbet, E.C., Stoycheff, E. & Pearce, K.E. (2012). Internet use and democratic demands: A multinational, multilevel model of Internet use and citizen attitudes about democracy. Journal of Communication, 62, 249-265.

(Ph.D., Michigan State University)
Associate Professor
Computer-Mediated Communication; Relational Communication; Interpersonal Communication; Quantitative Methods
  • Tong, S. T. & Van Der Heide, B. (2022). Up to Date: Communication and Technology in Romantic Relationships. Peter Lang. https://doi.org/10.3726/b18758

  • Tong, S. T., Stoycheff, E., & Mitra, R. (in press). Racism and resilience of pandemic proportions: Online harassment of Asian Americans during COVID-19. Journal of Applied Communication Research.

  • Huang, S., Hancock, J., & Tong, S. T. (2022). Folk theories of online dating: Exploring people's beliefs about the online dating process and online dating algorithms. Social Media + Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/20563051221089561

  • Rochadiat, A. M. P., Tong, S. T., Hancock, J. T., Stuart-Ulin, C. R. (2020). The outsourcing of online dating: Investigating the lived experiences of online dating assistants working in the contemporary gig economy. Social Media + Society, 6 (3).  https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305120957290

  • Tong, S. T., & Walther, J. B. (2015). The confirmation and disconfirmation of expectancies in computer-mediated communication.Communication Research.
  • Tong, S. T. (2013). Facebook use during relationship termination: Uncertainty reduction and surveillance.Cyberpscyhology, Behavior, & Social Networking.
  • DeAndrea, D. C., Tong, S. T., Liang, Y. J., Levine, T. R., & Walther, J. B. (2012). When do people misrepresent themselves to others? The effects of social desirability, ground truth, and accountability on deceptive self-presentations. Journal of Communication, 63, 400-417.
  • Tong, S. T., & Walther, J. B. (2011). Just say "No thanks": The effects of romantic rejection across computer-mediated communication. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 28, 488-506.
  • For more, please see Dr. Tong's research website: https://www.smartlabswayne.com/

(Ph.D., University of Missouri)
Associate Professor
Media Framing; News Practice; Media Ethics; Political Communication; Content Analysis; Quantitative Methods
  • Vultee, F. (2022). A Media Framing Approach to Securitization: Storytelling in Conflict, Crisis and Threat. Routledge Studies in Media, Communication and Politics.
  • Vultee, F. (2020). Potato chips, botulism and carbon monoxide: The lying-bullshitting distinction in "fake news." In Fake News! Misinformation in the media, LSU Press. (Ed: Josh Grimm.)
  • Vultee, F. and Wilkins, L. (2020). What journalists are owed: How structures, systems and audiences enable news work today. London: Routledge.
  • Vultee, F., Burgess, G.S., Frazier, D., and Mesmer, K. (2020). Here's what to know about clickbait: Effects of image, headline and processing choices on audience attitudes. Journalism Practice.
  • Sweet-Cushman, J., Herring, M., Vultee, F., and Prough, E.  (2020). Who Dominates the Conversation? The Effect of Gender, Discussion Format, and Controversy on Political Discussion. Feminist Media Studies.
  • Vultee, F., Ali, S.R., Stover, C., and Vultee, D.M. (2014). Searching, sharing, acting: How audiences assess and respond to social media messages about hazards. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 32, 297-316.
  • Vultee, F. (2013). "Spike the football": Truth-telling, the press and the Bin Laden photos. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 28(4), 241-254.
  • Vultee, F. (2012). A paleontology of style: Changing frames of the Arab and Muslim worlds in the Associated Press Stylebook, 1977-2010. Journalism Practice, 6(4), 450-464.
  • Vultee, F. (2011) Securitization as a media frame: What happens when the media "speak security." In T. Balzacq (Ed.) Securitization theory: How security problems emerge and dissolve (pp. 77-93). New York: Routledge.

(Ph.D., Wayne State University)
Associate Professor and Graduate Studies Director
Rhetorical Theory; Argumentation; Political Communication; Rhetorical and Critical Methods
  • Young, K. (2021), "Bill Clinton Second Inaugural Address, 1/20/1997," I Solemnly Swear: Presidential Inaugural Addresses of the Last Forty Years, updated edition, ed. Aaron Kall (Ann Arbor: CreateSpace).
  • Young, K. (2018), "The Rhetorical Persona of the Water Protectors: Anti-Dakota Pipeline Resistance with Mirror Shields," Decolonizing Native American Rhetoric, ed. Jason Edward Black and Casey Kelly (New York: Peter Lang).
  • Young, K. (2018). "One year of Watergate is enough": Richard Nixon's 1974 State of the Union address and the tactics of distraction, minimizing, and maximizing," The State of the Union is…: Memorable Addresses of the Last Fifty Years, ed. Aaron Kall (Ann Arbor: CreateSpace), 31-41.
  • Young, K., Henry, A., & Koch, J. (2017), "Why Forensics Matters: The Development of Emotional Competence in Competitors," National Forensic Journal, 35 (1): 47-55.
  • Young, K. (2017), "What government can do because government must do more: President William J. Clinton's February 15, 1993 address before a joint session of Congress," Mr. Speaker: The President of the United States, ed. Aaron Kall (Ann Arbor: CreateSpace).
  • Young, K. (2016), "GOP Primary Debate #11: Detroit, Michigan, March 3, 2016," Debating the Donald, ed. Aaron Kall (Ann Arbor: CreateSpace), 183-200.
  • Young, K., Koch, J., Najor, B., Hiland, A., Justice, J., Meloche, B., Slaw, T. "Restoring Balance: An Academic Review of Arguments For and Against the Restriction of Presidential War Powers." Contemporary Argumentation & Debate (2014).
  • Young, Kelly & William Trapani (2011), "Controversy under Erasure: Memory, Museum Practice, and the Politics of Magnitude," Rhetoric, Concord and Controversy, eds. Antonio de Velasco & Melody Lehn (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press), 252-264.
  • Young, K. (2011). "Impossible Convictions: Convictions and Intentionality in Performance and Switch-Sides Debate," Contemporary Argumentation & Advocacy, 1-44.