Table of Contents
Preface. New Agendas for Strategic Communication.
By Anthony Dudo, Ph.D. and LeeAnn Kahlor, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 1. A Story about Stories in Strategic Communication.
By Michael Dahlstrom, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 2. Strategic Storytelling: Narrative Messaging in Entertainment and Emergent Media.
By Heather L. LaMarre, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 3. The Promise of Participatory Media: Identifying the Potential Roles of Influential Content Generators in Prosocial Strategic Communication.
By Kajsa Dalrymple, Ph.D and Rachel Young, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 4. The Social Nature of Online Media and its Effects on Behaviors and Attitudes.
By Ashley Anderson, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 5. How We Talk and Why it Matters.
By Myiah Hutchens, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 6. Strategic Communication and U.S. National Security Affairs: Applied Critical-Cultural and Rhetorical Perspectives.
By Hamilton Bean, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 7. Marketer-Consumer Language Cooperation in Strategic Communication.
By Ann Kronrod, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 8. How Marketing Communications Influence the Formation of Food Habits Prior to Adulthood.
By Anna McAlister, Ph.D. p. #
Chapter 9. Social Media and Crisis Communication: Explicating the Social-Mediated Crisis Communication Model.
By Lucinda Austin, Ph.D. and Yan Jin, Ph.D. p. #
Anthony Dudo is an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. LeeAnn Kahlor is an Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin.