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Sara LaBelle; Allie White; Emma R. Forman – Communication Education, 2024
The purpose of this study is to understand the decision-making process that graduate students engage in when deciding whether to withhold or disclose information about mental health to their academic advisors. Guided by the principles of the phronetic iterative approach and Communication Privacy Management Theory, a thematic analysis of open-ended…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Decision Making, Mental Health, Self Disclosure (Individuals)
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Nicholas B. Lacy – Communication Education, 2024
Communication scholars have considered silence in (higher) education as indicative of a range of cultural attitudes and an exercise of power. Some communication scholars consider student silence in classrooms as problematic, wherein a lack of participation in the learning process via student voice constitutes an act of resisting educators and…
Descriptors: African American Students, Student Participation, African American Attitudes, Student Attitudes
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Patric R. Spence; Renee Kaufmann; Kenneth A. Lachlan; Xialing Lin; Stephen A. Spates – Communication Education, 2024
As technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and other forms of machine communication become more popular and readily available, the opportunities for use in an online class increase. This replication and extension sought to understand and test the use of AI versus human communication in an online learning space--specifically the learning…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Artificial Intelligence, Technology Uses in Education, Electronic Learning
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Shelly L. Robinson; Patrice M. Buzzanell – Communication Education, 2024
Emerging adults, who are late millennials and Gen Z members, question the worth of higher education, especially in preparation for volatile labor markets, careers, and other precarities. We analyzed emerging adults' sensemaking about this education-career-precarity mix through the constitutive lens of paradox using the applied tensional approach.…
Descriptors: Young Adults, College Graduates, Career Development, Educational Attitudes
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Nick Serki; San Bolkan – Communication Education, 2024
This study tested the notion that the impact of clarity (i.e., structure) on learning is indirect and occurs, in part, through the reduction of cognitive load and subsequently through students' motivation to process instructional information. Two hundred fifty-two students were randomly assigned to one of two text-based lessons (clear or unclear)…
Descriptors: College Students, Difficulty Level, Cognitive Processes, Student Motivation
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Leandra Hinojosa Hern├índez; Stevie M. Munz – Communication Education, 2024
In this article, we provide an overview of the overturning of Roe v. Wade and consider its implications for communication classrooms in higher education. We assert that we as communication educators have a moral imperative to consider the role of intersectionality and reproductive justice in our teaching philosophies and implementation, and to do…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Pregnancy, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Intersectionality
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Brandi N. Frisby; Daniel H. Mansson; Caroline Giraudeau – Communication Education, 2024
Because most instructional communication research has been conducted within the United States, the purpose of this study was to develop an enhanced understanding of the student--instructor relationship outside the United States using the instructional beliefs model and rhetorical and relational goals theory. Specifically, we examined the effects…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Classroom Communication
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Arielle Leonard Hodges; Sara LaBelle – Communication Education, 2024
This study sought to advance the growing body of research on communication and instruction outside of the college classroom by exploring the rhetorical and relational goals of religious leaders facilitating premarital education about sex (i.e., sexuality, sexual health, and intimacy). Specifically, 47 evangelical Christians who had taught…
Descriptors: Adults, Teachers, Facilitators (Individuals), Christianity
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Tasha N. Dubriwny; Kristan Poirot – Communication Education, 2024
As rhetorical scholars who regularly teach Communication and Women's/Gender Studies courses at a politically conservative university in the United States, Tasha N. Dubriwny and Kristan Poirot are keenly aware of the ways "Dobbs" has made abortion an all-too-relevant yet equally "dangerous" topic form any gender and/or health…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Pregnancy, Rhetoric, Federal Regulation
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Shreya Singh; Cecilia Cerja; Catherine Helen Palczewski – Communication Education, 2024
Long before the Dobbs decision, abortion was a fraught topic in communication classes. Post-Dobbs, the disincentives to discussing abortion intensified as a slew of state legislative actions-imposed restrictions not only on abortion access, but also on anything that might be construed as support for abortion. The purpose with this essay is to…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Pregnancy, College Faculty, State Legislation
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Abdullah S. Salehuddin; Chloe E. Gonzales; Jade Salmon; Qing Huang; Karen K. Myers – Communication Education, 2024
This qualitative study examines communicative processes associated with graduate students (N = 124) in their struggles with the impostor phenomenon (IP, commonly known as impostor syndrome) and their integration into and experience in graduate programs (aspects of organizational assimilation). We identified two mutually implicative relationships.…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Self Concept, Student Adjustment, Acculturation
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Shin, Matt; Myers, Scott A.; Johnson, Zac D. – Communication Education, 2023
We integrated perspectives from achievement goal theory and expectancy-value theory to investigate how undergraduate students' (N = 475) achievement motivation might influence their instructional dissent. A latent profile analysis of students' achievement goals, performance self-efficacy, task value, and perceived cost revealed four distinct…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Academic Achievement, Goal Orientation, Dissent
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Broeckelman-Post, Melissa A.; Norander, Stephanie; Ball, Timothy C.; Quesenberry, Brandi A.; Adebayo, Adebanke Loveth; Munson, Sammi; Collier, Aayushi Hingle; Stewart, Briana M.; Taylor-Heflin, Shannon M. – Communication Education, 2023
This study sought to gain insight into how faculty in other disciplines perceive communication skills as well as to conduct a needs analysis that can help us to develop resources to support faculty who are integrating communication assignments into their disciplinary courses. Survey data were collected from 232 faculty at three large, public…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Communication Skills, Interaction, Group Dynamics
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LaBelle, Sara; Johnson, Zac D.; Journeay, Jessica – Communication Education, 2023
The purpose of the current investigation is to examine the self-reported messages and behaviors teachers enact to demonstrate their (in)authentic selves to students. Using a thematic analysis of open-ended survey responses from 51 collegiate instructors, results indicate that teachers demonstrate authenticity through "openness" and…
Descriptors: Authentic Learning, Ambiguity (Context), Professionalism, Teacher Student Relationship
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Griffin, Darrin J.; Arth, Zachary W.; Bolkan, San; Gilbreath, James N.; Pike, Mackenzie P.; Hakim, Samuel D. – Communication Education, 2023
This study examined data from the years 2017-2021 in a sample of 24 journals in communication studies to determine normative and exceptional rates of publication. These data were examined using the traditional full counting method to determine research participation by assigning credit to each author, equally, when listed on a research…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Productivity, Journal Articles, Educational Research
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