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"So, you're a lean guy": Care provider, parent, and child communication about weight, diet, and physical activity
Branding' as an interactional achievement: "Stories of the sharp experience" and personalized care during patient-provider encounters
Cancer may cause sarcasm: The use of sarcasm during oncology interviews
Claiming Insufficient Knowledge About Cancer: Understanding Moments When Physicians Don't Know About Cancer Care
Connecting audience motivations and public relations effectiveness of an organization working with the entertainment industry
Discussing and dealing with weight topics in oncological medical interviews
Following the leader: Supervisor immediacy, leader-member exchange quality, and relational identification on job satisfaction
Honey, what are we watching tonight?: an examination of couples' media use and relational satisfaction
How Employees Perceive the Organizational Identity of the U.S. Coast Guard
Managing Patients' Laughter and Humor in Oncology Interview: Justifying Wellness as an Interactional Achievement
Partnering and providing reassurance within medical relationships patient/nurse interactions during oncology interviews
Perceived censorship and global knowledge: a comparative study of the U.S. and Iran
The Sociology of Photojournalism: The Adoption of Video by Newspaper Staff Photographers
The bond between public relations and brand loyalty: Exploring brand-public relationships
The dynamics of pain communication: Upgrading and downgrading painful descriptions during cancer care
The predictors of parasocial interaction and their effects on perceived persuasiveness
The role of new public relations practitioners as social media experts
Therapeutic Techniques for Soliciting Talk: Addressing Delicate Matters in Family Therapy
Time and affective stance throughout a breast cancer journey
Twitter and the #Blacklivesmatter movement