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Linda Daley


Office:  9 Lanigan Hall

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Ph.D., Mass Communications, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications,  Syracuse University
M.A., Communication, University of New Mexico
B.A., Journalism, St. Michael's College

Area(s) of Specialty:
Public relations, health communications/social marketing, public relations writing, media relations, research methods, communication theory

Research Interests:
Health communications, social marketing, public service announcements, social media

Recent Presentations:
Daley, L. (November 2013). Does disease type matter? A look at online support groups and stress and coping. Paper presented at the National Communication Association 99th Annual Convention, Health Communication Division, Washington, D.C.

Daley, L. and Kinsey, D. (September 2013). Traits of an effective public service announcement: Graphically appealing, appealing to one's responsibility sense, or sense of humor. Paper presented at the 29th Annual Q Conference, Amsterdam.

Chock, T.M., Wang, Y., & Daley, L. (November 2012). The Stupid Drink: College students' pluralistic ignorance and perceived drinking norms. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, Communication and Social Cognition Division, Orlando, Fla.

Daley, L. and Young, K. (March 2012). Trusting digitally: Using social media to increase sense of belongingness. Paper presented at the AEJMC Midwinter Conference, Communication Technology Division, Norman, Okla.