Communication Institute for Online Scholarship
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This distinguished program ranks among the field's leaders in one or more areas of research. Click faculty names to review individual publications in the communication research literature. Click research strength categories or top ten research categories to review joint departmental publication in the communication research literature by topic.

Department:Edward R. Murrow College Of Communication
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164
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Chairperson or head:Professor Bruce Pinkleton
Degrees offered: Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate
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Austin, Erica W.
Bailey, Rachel L.
Borah, Porismita
Boyd, Amanda
Dixon, Graham
Hindman, Douglas B.
Hindman, Elizabeth B.
Hmielowski, Jay
Hust, Stacey
Hutchens, Myiah
Irom, Bimbisar
James, E. L.
Lee, Yoon-Joo
Nam, Yujung
Peterson, Jeffery
Pinkleton, Bruce
Pintak, Lawrence
Tan, Alexis S.
Willoughby, Jessica F.
Yan, Wenjie
Areas of departmental research strength: Advertising, African-American-Issues-And-Civil-Rights, Alienation, Asia, Broadcasting-And-Media, Children, China, Cognition, Competence, Computer, Conflict, Contemporary-Issues, Conversation, Democracy, Demographics, Drugs, Ecology, Economics, Education, Ethics, Family, Gender, Health, International-Development, Interpersonal, Law, Literacy, Methodology, Middle-East, Narrative, News, Newspaper, Organizational, Pacific-Rim, Personality-And-Psychology, Persuasion, Political-Elections, Politics-And-Government, Popular-Culture, Print-Journalism, Public-Opinion, Public-Relations, Race-And-Ethnicity, Radio, Religion, Semiotic-Theory, Sexuality, Social-Structure, Sports, Technologies, Television, Theory, Visualization
Top 10 research department for: Advertising, Alienation, Asia, Broadcasting-And-Media, Children, China, Contemporary-Issues, Demographics, Drugs, Ecology, Literacy, Methodology, Middle-East, Newspaper, Pacific-Rim, Political-Elections, Politics-And-Government, Popular-Culture, Public-Opinion, Radio, Religion, Semiotic-Theory, Sexuality, Television

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