Diversity & Cultural Communication

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Omotayo Banjo, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Banjo, O. O., & Fraley, T. (2014). The wannabe, the man, and whitebread: Portrayals of whiteness in
    Black films. Western Journal of Black Studies, 38(1), 42-52.

Banjo, O. O. (2013). For us only? Examining the impact of context on Blacks’ evaluations of
    Black entertainment.  Race and Social Problems, 5(4), 309-322. 

Additional publications from Dr. Banjo

Ronald L. Jackson II, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Jackson, R., & Balaji, M. (in press). Border citizenry and the arbitrary civil protection of black males: A     look at Trayvon Martin and Emmett Till. Cultural Studies, Critical  Methodologies.

Jackson, R. L. (2006).  Scripting the Black Masculine Body: Identity, Discourse and Racial Politics in     Popular Media.  Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Additional Publications from Dr. Jackson

Stephen Haas, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Haas, S. M., & Whitton, S. (in press).  The significance of living together and importance of     marriage in same-sex couples.  Journal of Homosexuality.

Haas, S. M.  (2003).  Relationship maintenance in same-sex couples.  In D. Canary & M. Dainton     (Eds.), Maintaining Relationships through Communication:  Relational, Contextual, and Cultural     Variations (pp. 209-230).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Earlbaum.

Additional Publications from Dr. Haas

Shaunak Sastry, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Sastry, S. (in press). Long-distance truck drivers and the structural context of health: A culture -            centered investigation of Indian truckers' health narratives. Health Communication

Sastry, S. & Dutta, M. J. (2013). Global Health Interventions and the "common sense" of     Neoliberalism: A dialectical analysis of PEPFAR. Journal of International and Intercultural          Communication6, 21-39.

Additional Publications from Dr. Sastry