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Palenchar, M. J., Heath R. L., & Dunn E. (2005).  Risk perceptions, terrorism security efforts and industry support: Implications for communities.. Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J., & Fitzpatrick K. (2009).  Secret persuaders: Ethical and rhetorical perspectives on the public relations front groups. (Heath, R. L., Toth E. L., & Waymer D., Ed.).Rhetorical and critical approaches to public relations. 272-289.
Palenchar, M. J., & Freberg K. (2011).  Conceptualizing social media and mobile technologies in risk and crisis communication practices.
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2002).  Another piece in the risk communication model: An analysis of risk communication process and communication content. Journal of Public Relations Research,. 14, 127-158.
Palenchar, M. J., & Freberg K. (2012).  Emergency management planning: Risk, crisis, issues and social media. Pre-crisis planning, communication and management: Preparing for the inevitable. 147- 170.
Palenchar, M. J., & Wright E. (2007).  Crisis and Risk Communication: A Meta-Analysis of Symbiotic Research Streams.. International Public Relations Research Conference.
Palenchar, M. J. (2014).  Legitimating intelligence: Design, public engagement, and the right to operate and reward.
Palenchar, M. J. (2006).  A social, narrative approach to risk communication. Extending Palmlund’s typology of risk roles.. Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Concluding thoughts and challenges. Management Communication Quarterly.
Palenchar, M. J., & Sellnow T. (2010).  Convincing customers when your product is safe.
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2004).  Risk narratives: Multicultural publics, roles and communication process perceptions. National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J. (2010).  Mobile Technologies Implemented in Risk Communication Practices and Disasters: Counter Improvised Explosive Devices. S4 Inc. for a project with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Palenchar, M. J., & Motta B. H. (2008).  Community Right to Know and Environmental Justice: Public Relations Practitioners Are Neither Getting Nor Using the Message.. National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Risk communication and environmental sustainability.
Palenchar, M. J. (2013).  Right to know. Encyclopedia of public relations. 2, 804.
Palenchar, M. J. (2007).  Risk communication and community right to know.. National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J. (2012).  Where the rubber meets the road: Teaching industry specfic communication content.
Palenchar, M. J., Heath R. L., & Dunn E. (2005).  Risk communication and chemical manufacturing facilities: A community’s perception of terrorism security efforts.. International, Interdisciplinary Public Relations Research Conference.
Palenchar, M. J., Heath R. L., Levenshus A., & Lemon L. (2015).  Marketplace commodification of risk communicaton: Consequences for risk bearers and implications for public relations.
Palenchar, M. J. (2009).  Historical Trends of Risk and Crisis Communication. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication. 31-53.
Palenchar, M. J. (2011).  Risk and urban communication.
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2003).  Sustained strategic risk communication: A longitudinal analysis of community’s zones of meaning. .. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Palenchar, M. J., & Motta B. H. (2012).  Risk communication and environmental challenges: Right to know as a core value for behavioral change. Exploring the ethical dimensions of Organizational Environmental Communication.
Palenchar, M. J., & Freberg K. (2008).  Yahoo! Inc.’s Reputation Management in China: A Case Study of Corporate Personality and Media Challenges. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.

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