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CMST Faculty Publications

Faculty: Violanti, M. T.

Violanti MT. Commemorating a 1.6: The scholarship of teaching and learning in an introductory course. In: annual meeting of the International Communication Association. Seoul, South Korea; 2002.
Violanti MT. A web of relationships: An examination of individual standpoints and organizational relationships in mentoring. In: annual meeting of the International Communication Association. Seoul, South Korea; 2002.
Violanti MT. Navigating the organizational waters: The relationships among job satisfaction, mentoring, and socialization. In: annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association. Winston-Salem, NC; 2002.
Violanti MT. Collaborating with the community: Putting feminist theory into practice. In: annual meeting of the National Communication Association. Atlanta, GA; 2001.
Violanti MT. Collaborative research: How do we define and value it?. In: College of Communications Research Symposium Proceedings. Vol 19.; 1999. 4. p. 409-432p.
Violanti MT. Men will be "boys" and women will be ''whores". In: Sypher BD, editor. Case Studies in Organizational Communication. Vol 2. New York: Guilford; 1997. 3. p. 337-352p.
Violanti MT. Situating sexually harassing messages within standpoints and symbolic interactions. In: annual meeting of the International Communication Association,. Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 1997.
Violanti MT. Celebrating 100 years: An analysis of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games coverage. In: annual meeting of the International Communication Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada; 1997.
Violanti MT. Measuring and understanding the role of standpoints. In: Conference on Research in Gender and Communication. Columbus, OH; 1996.
Violanti MT. Constraints and possibilities: An interactive model of message production. In: annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. Pittsburgh, PA; 1995.
Violanti MT. Conceptualizing and redefining intimacy in the workplace. In: annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association. San Antonio, TX; 1995.
Violanti MT. Reconceptualizing the ICA Communication Audit from a feminist standpoint perspective. In: Conference on Research in Gender and Communication. Albuquerque, NM; 1995.
Violanti MT. Collaborative research: Do men and women really view it differently?. In: annual meeting of the Central States Speech Communication Association. Oklahoma City, OK; 1994.
Violanti MT. Nonverbal communication and gender. In: Hummert ML, Emel SR, editors. Handbook of personal communication. New York: McGraw-Hill; 1993. 1. p. 19-22p.
Violanti MT. Qualifying the judgment standards on the value of research. In: Conference on Research in Gender and Communication. Chicago, IL; 1993.
Violanti MT. Hooked on expectations: An analysis of the "apologia” in the Tailhook Report,. In: annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association. Miami, FL; 1993.
Violanti MT. Collaborative research: How do we define and value it?. In: annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. New Haven, CT; 1993.
Violanti MT. Using a constructed mind to study interpersonal processes in organizations. In: annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. Portland, ME; 1992.
Violanti MT. Collaborative research: Seeking legitimation in scholarship. In: annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. Portland, ME; 1992.
Violanti MT. Communication in the career decision making process. In: annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. Philadelphia, PA; 1990.

Faculty: Wright, C. N.

Wright CN, Roloff ME. Relational Commitment and the Silent Treatment. In: Communication Research Reports.; 2009. 1. p. 12-21p.
Wright CN. An Examination of the Influence of Type of Teasing and Outcome on Teaser Stress. In: Southern States Communication Association Annual Meeting. Norfolk, VA; 2009.

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