College of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration among the intelligence community, academy, and industry Newcastle upon Tyne
UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Ed(s): J. Jameson , B. Tyler, K. Vogel & S. Joines
The Role of Expert Disciplinary Cultures in Assessing Risks and Benefits of Synthetic Biology
SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY 2020: FRONTIERS IN RISK ANALYSIS AND GOVERNANCE, pp. 351–370.
2020 journal article
Acculturation, pluralism, empowerment: Cultural images as strategic communication on Hispanic nonprofit websites
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION, 13(4), 309–327.
How Do AI-driven Chatbots Impact User Experience? Examining Gratifications, Perceived Privacy Risk, Satisfaction, Loyalty, and Continued Use
JOURNAL OF BROADCASTING & ELECTRONIC MEDIA.
The presumed influence of digital misinformation: examining US public's support for governmental restrictions versus corrective action in the COVID-19 pandemic
ONLINE INFORMATION REVIEW.
Contingent organization-public relationship (COPR) matters: reconciling the contingency theory of accommodation into the relationship management paradigm
JOURNAL OF PUBLIC RELATIONS RESEARCH.