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2007
Avery, E. J., Kaminski H. J., Lariscy R. A., & Tinkham S. (2007).  Advertising Message and Media Strategies as Predictors of Election Outcome in State Legislative Campaigns. Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Advertising.
Avery, E. J. (2007).  Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Understand Voting Behaviors of the Young Electorate. International Communication Association.
McMillan, S. J., Haley E., Zollman-Huggler P., & Avery E. J. (2007).  Breast health education for working women in Appalachia: Insights from focus group research. Cancer Control Journal. 14(3), 265-276.
McMillan, S. J., Avery E. J., & Macias W. (2007).  From Have Nots to Watch Dogs: Understanding the Realities of Senior Citizens’ Use of the Internet for Health Information. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference.
Avery, E. J., Lariscy R. A., & Tinkham S. (2007).  Impact of Political Advertising Message Sponsorship, Strategy, and Valence on Members of the Young Electorate.. Annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Avery, E. J., Lariscy R. A., & Sohn Y. J. (2007).  Public Relations Practitioners’ Relationships with Media and Each Other as Moderators of Excellent Health Information and the Local Public Health Agenda.. Public Relations Journal. 1, 1-21.
Lariscy, R. A., Avery E. J., & Sohn Y. J. (2007).  Relationships Between Public Information Officers and Health Journalists and Barriers to Excellent Health Stories. Tenth Annual International Public Relations Conference.
Avery, E. J., & Sohn Y. J. (2007).  Time to Warn the Surgeon General?: Public Information Officers’ and Journalists’ Perceived Barriers to Providing Excellent Health Information. National Communication Association.
Vanc, A. M., & Avery E. J. (2007).  Videostyle Analysis of Music and its Relationships with Sponsorship and Valence in the 2006 Tennessee Senate Race Advertising. National Communication Association.
2006
Lee, H., Lariscy R. W., Tinkham S., & Avery E. J. (2006).  2002 Korean Presidential Campaign and the United States Presidential. American Academy of Advertising.
Lee, H., Lariscy R. A., Tinkham S., & Avery E. J. (2006).  Comparison of Televised Political Advertising during the 2002 Korean Presidential Campaign and the United States Presidential Campaign Advertising Model. Annual meeting of the American Academy of Advertising.
Springston, J., Sallot L. M., & Avery E. J. (2006).  Crisis Communication and Travel. Handbook of Crisis Communication.
Avery, E. J., & Sallot L. M. (2006).  The gatekeeper interview assignment: Teaching public relations students how to write for the news media and to conduct media relations effectively. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator.
Avery, E. J. (2006).  Implications of Perceptual Bias on Voting Behaviors and Support for Restrictions on Political advertising in the Young Electorate.. Annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Avery, E. J. (2006).  Murray Edelman. (Kaid, L. L., Ed.).The Encyclopedia of Political Communication.
Lariscy, R. A., & Avery E. J. (2006).  Sources of Information for Health Journalists: Opportunities for Corporate Health Public Relations. Annual meeting of the National Communication Association.
Avery, E. J. (2006).  Symbolic Uses of Politics. (Kaid, L. L., Ed.).The Encyclopedia of Political Communication.
Springston, J., Sallot L. M., & Avery E. J. (2006).  Theories of Influence.. Handbook of Crisis Communication.
Sallot, L. M., & Avery E. J. (2006).  To contact? Or not to contact? Investigating journalists’ assessments of public relations subsidies and contact preferences. Public Relations Review. 32, 83-86.
Sallot, L. M., & Avery E. J. (2006).  War and peace between journalists and public relations practitioners. Public Relations Review. 33,
Avery, E. J., & Avery R. O. (2006).  We're Professional Kiss-Assers: The MTVization of Public Relations in PoweR Girls. Annual meeting of the National Communication Association.

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