Health & Environmental Communication

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Stephen Depoe, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Peeples, J. A., & Depoe, S. P. (Eds.) (2014). Voice and Environmental Communication. London: Palgrave-MacMillan.

Depoe, S. P., Delicath, J. D., & Aepli, M. F. (Eds.) (2004). Communication and public participation in environmental decision-making:  Advances in theory and practice. Albany:  SUNY press. 

Additional Publications from Dr. Depoe

Heather Zoller, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Zoller, H. M. (2012). Communicating health: Political risk narratives in an environmental health campaign. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 40(1), 20-43.

Zoller, H. M., & Dutta, M. J. (Eds.). (2008). Emerging Issues and Perspectives in Health   Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power.  New York: Routledge.

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John Lynch, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Condit, C. M., Lynch, J. A., & Winderman, E. M. (2012). Recent rhetorical studies in public understanding of science: Multiple purposes and strengths. Public Understanding of  Science, 21(4), 386-400.

Lynch, J. A. (2011). What are stem cells? Definition at the intersection of science and politics. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.

Additional Publications from Dr. Lynch

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.

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Stephen Haas, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Rankin Kerr, A., & Haas, S. M. (in press).  Parental Uncertainty in Illness: Managing uncertainty surrounding an 'orphan' illness.  Journal of Pediatric Nursing.

Haas, S. M., Irr, M. E., Jennings, N., & Wagner, L. (2011).  Communicating thin: A grounded model of Online Negative Enabling Support Groups (ONESGs) in the pro-anorexia movement.  New Media & Society, 13, 40-57.

Additional Publications from Dr. Haas