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Taylor, M., & Kent M. L. (2010).  "Explicating a braoder role of public relations in society: Reconciling the functinal and co-creational approaches". National Communication Association (NCA).
Taylor, M., & Abbott S. M. (2011).  Measuring Media Development: Roles for Media Development Organizations, Reserachers and Educators. International Association of Media and Communication Researchers (IAMCR).
Taylor, R. E. (In Press).  "I like to plan events: A Document Analysis of Essays Written by Applicants to a Public Relations Program.". Journalism and Mass Communication Educator.
Taylor, M. (2012).  Corporate social responsibility communication campaigns. Communication campaigns. 261- 274.
Taylor, M. (2011).  Understanding the media and advertising market in Liberia. IREX Civil Society and Media Leadership Program.
Taylor, R. E. (1999).  A six-segment message strategy wheel. Journal of Advertising Research. 39, 7-17.
Taylor, M. (2011).  Social Media and New Technologies in Public Relations.
Taylor, R. E. (2011).  "Why Students Major in Advertising". AEJMC.
Taylor, R. E., & Morrison M. (2002).  Look through rose-colored glasses: Examining advertising through the world of advertising. 32nd Popular Culture Association Annual Conference.
Taylor, M. (2014).  Ethical Convergence, Divergence or Evolution? An Examination of Public Relations and Journalism Codes of Ethics. National Communication Association (NCA).
Taylor, R. E. (1996).  Can the reputations of Florida lawyers be saved? Implications for direct-mail advertising by attorneys in Went For It, Inc.. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 75-80.
Taylor, M. (2010).  International Public Relations and Building Civil Society.
Taylor, M., & Kent M. L. (2015).  "Towards Legitimacy and Professionalism: A Call to Repeal the Gillett Amendment". National Communication Association (NCA).
Taylor, M., & Yang A. (2012).  Toward A Model of Contextualizing Organizational Relationships: A Network Exology Framework. National Communication Association (NCA).
Taylor, R. E. (1987).  Advertising studies increase in South. Journalism Educator. 42, 25-27.
Taylor, M., & Yang A. (In Press).  Have global ethical values emerged in business communication practice?. Journal of Business Ethics.
Taylor, M. (2010).  Public relations bibliography.
Taylor, M., & Kent M. L. (2010).  Reconciling the Co Creational and Functional Approaches to Public Relations. National Communication Association (NCA).
Taylor, R. E., Wolburg J., & Wolburg T. (2014).  Putting on Campaigns: A History of 70 Years of Advertising Education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1923-1993. AEJMC.
Taylor, M. (2013).  Hearings. Encyclopedia of public relations. 416- 418.
Taylor, R. E., & Sheehan K B. (1998).  Teaching job search skills to advertising majors. Journal of Advertising Education. 2, 46-52.
Taylor, M., Kent M. L., & Sommerfeldt E. J. (2011).  What Do We Really KNow about Building Relationships through the Web and Social Media?.
Taylor, M., & Kent M. L. (2014).  Dialogic Engagement as a Foundational Concept in the Practice of Public Relations. Journal of Public Relations Research. 26(5), 
Taylor, R. E. (2004).  Is an alligator more like a mushroom than (It is) a peach? Commodity promotion programs since United Foods. Annual of the American Academy of Advertising. 241-246.
Taylor, M., & Yang A. (2014).  Have global ethical values emerged in communication practice? Evidence from national and international professional public relations associations. International Communication Association (ICA).
Taylor, M., & Kent M. L. (2014).  "The value of social media for pushing activist organizations social agendas: Implications for PR theory and practice". International Academy of Business Disciplines (IABD).
Taylor, M., Yang A., & Klyueva A. V. (2011).  A Relational Approach to Public Diplomacy in a Multipolar World: Understanding the U.S.- China- Russia Relationship Concerning Libya through the People's Daily Newspaper. Future of U.S.- Chinese Media Communication and Public Diplomacy in a Post- Crisis World Conference.
Taylor, M. (2014).  Reflections on using monitoring and evaluation to enhance information interventions for peace. Communication for peace: Charting an emerging field. 179- 191.
Taylor, M., & Dolan T. (2013).  Mitigating media incitement to violence in Iraq: A locally driven approach. United States Institute for Peace.
Taylor, M. (2010).  Content Analysis as a Research Methodology for Senior Public Affairs Officers.
Taylor, R. E. (2011).  "Using Qualitative Research to Improve Signage in Health Care Settings". VA Medical Center.
Taylor, R. E., & Hoy M G. (1995).  The presence of La Séduction, Le Spectacle, L'Amour and L'Humour in French commercials. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Advertising. 36-42.
Taylor, M., & Saffer A. J. (2015).  Helping Students Help Themselves. Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Taylor, R. E. (1997).  Rethinking the unintended consequences: The pursuit of individualism in American primetime television advertising. AEJMC National Convention.
Taylor, M. (2010).  Public Relations and Issues Management in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Taylor, M., & Kent M. L. (2010).  Roadmap for revisions: Using content analysis to improve student writing . The Community College Journalist. 38(3), 
Tavassoli-Farahi, M., Tajafari M., & Tahamtan I. (2014).  Evaluation of Medical Librarians’ Level of Information and Communication Technology Skills Based on MLA Statements: A study in Iran. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal).
Tamborini, R., Westerman D., Kotowski M. R., Skalski P., & Hamel L. M. (2004).  Does Violent Video Game Play Impact Behavior Through Affective Routes?. annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Tamborini, R., Westerman D., Skalski P., Weber R., Kotowski M. R., & Chung D. (2005).  Repeated Exposure to Virtual Video Game Violence: Presence and hostile thoughts. annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Tahamtan, I., Afshar A. Safipour, & Ahmadzadeh K. (2016).  Factors affecting number of citations: a comprehensive review of the literature. Scientometrics. 107(3), 
Tahamtan, I., & Bornmann L. (Submitted).  Model for Explaining Citations in Scholarly Publications: A Conceptual Overview of the Literature.
Tahamtan, I., & Sedghi S. (2014).  Perceived Benefits and Barriers of Handheld Computers in Clinical Practice. Health Scope. 3(4), 
Tahamtan, I., Pajouhanfar S., Sedghi S., Azad M., & Roudbari M. (2017).  Factors affecting smartphone adoption for accessing information in medical settings. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 34(2), 
Tahamtan, I., Bagheri Z., Janani P., Majidi S., Ghasemi E., & Negarandeh R. (2014).  Content Analysis of Articles Published in Iranian Scientific Nursing Journals From 2009 Through 2011. Nurs Midwifery Stud. 3(4), 
Tahamtan, I., & Sedghi S. (2011).  The Use of Personal Digital Assistants and Smartphones to Access Health Information. Journal of Payavard Salamat. 5(4), 
Tahamtan, I., Farahi M. Tavassoli, Afshar A. Safipour, & Baradaran H. R. (2015).  Drug information seeking behaviours of health care professionals in Iran. New World Library. 116(3/4), 
Tafaroji, R., Tahamtan I., Roudbari M., & Shahram S. (2014).  Webometric analysis of Iranian medical universities according to visibility, size and rich files. Webology. 11(1),