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Omotayo Banjo, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Morant Williams, K., & Banjo, O. O. (2013). From where we stand: Exploring Christian listeners social location and Christian music listening. Journal of Media and Religion, 12(4), 196-216.

Banjo, O. (2011). What are you laughing at? Examining predictors of Whites’ enjoyment of Black Entertainment. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media,55(2), 137-159.

Additional publications from Dr. Banjo

Nancy Jennings, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Jennings, N. A. (2014). Tween Girls and their Mediated Friends. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Jennings, N., & Wartella, E.  (2013).  Technology and the family.  In A. Vangelisti (Ed.), The handbook of family communication, 2ndEdition (pp. 448-462).  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Projects: CHEER Lab and the Ohio American Trustees Project

Additional Publications from Dr. Jennings

Kurt Neuwirth, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Eric Jenkins, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Jenkins, E. S. (2008).  My iPod, my icon: how and why do images become icons? Critical Studies in Media Communication, 25(5), 466–489.

Jenkins, E. S. (2014).  Special Affects: Cinema, Animation and the Translation of Consumer Culture. Edinburgh University Press.

Additional Publications from Dr. Jenkins

Ronald L. Jackson II, Ph.D.

Representative Publications

Howard, S., & Jackson, R. L.  (Eds.). (2013).  Black Comics: Past and       Present.  Continuum.  Nominee for the 2014 Will Eisner Comics Industry Award.

Bell, J. & Jackson, R. L.  (Eds.). (2013).  Interpreting Tyler Perry. New York: Routledge.

Additional Publications from Dr. Jackson