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Elizabeth Avery Foster

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2010
Avery, E. J. (2010).  Contextual and Audience Moderators of Channel Selection and Message Reception of Public Health Information in Routine and Crisis Situations. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Avery, E. J. (2010).  Contextual and Audience Moderators of Channel Selection and Message Reception of Public Health Information in Routine and Crisis Situations. Journal of Public Relations Research. 22, 378-403.
Avery, E. J., Lariscy R. A., Amador E., Ickowitz T., Primm C., & Taylor A. (2010).  Diffusion of Social Media among Public Relations Practitioners in Health Departments across Various Community Population Sizes. Journal of Public Relations Research. 22, 332-358.
Avery, E. J., & Lariscy R. A. (2010).  FEMA and the Rhetoric of Redemption: New Directions in Crisis Communication Models for Government Agencies. (Coombs, W. T., & Holladay S. J., Ed.).The Handbook of Crisis Communication. 319-334.
Lariscy, R. A., Avery E. J., & Sohn Y. J. (2010).  Health Journalists and Three Levels of Public Information: Issue and Agenda Disparities?. Journal of Public Relations Research. 22, 113-135.
Avery, E. J., & Kim S. (2010).  Preparing for Pandemic While Managing Uncertainty: An Analysis of the Construction of Fear and Uncertainty in Press Relaeases of Major Health Agencies. Journal of Health and Mass Communication. 1, 177-193.
Avery, E. J., Lariscy R. A., Kim S., & Hocke T. M. (2010).  A Quantitative Review of Crisis Communication Research in Public Relations from 1991-2009. Public Relations Review. 36, 190-192.
Kim, S., Avery E. J., & Lariscy R. W. (2010).  Reputation Repair at the Expense of Providing Instructing and Adjusting Information following Crises: Examining 18 Years of Crisis Response Strategy Research. Assoication of Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Lee, Y. J., Haley E., & Avery E. J. (2010).  The Role of Gender and Message Strategy in the Perception of Advocacy Advertising. Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising. 32, 47-55.
Avery, E. J. (2010).  The Role of Source and the Factors Audiences Rely on in Evaluating Credibility of Health Information. Public Relations Review. 36, 81-83.
Avery, E. J., Sweetser K. D., & Lariscy R. A. (2010).  Social Media and Shared - or - Divergent - Uses?: A Coorientation Analysis of Public Relations Practitioners and Journalists. International Journal of Strategic Communication. 4, 189-205.
2009
Avery, E. J., & Kim S. (2009).  Anticipating or Precipitating Crisis?: Health Agencies May Not Be Heeding Best Practice Advice in Avian Flu Press Releases. Journal of Public Relations Research. 21,
Kim, S., Avery E. J., & Lariscy R. A. (2009).  Are Crisis Communicators Practicing What We Preach?: An Evaluation of Crisis Response Strategy Analyzed in Public Relations Research from 1991 to 2099. Public Relations Review. 4, 446-448.
Lariscy, R. W., Avery E. J., Sweetser K. D., & Howes P. (2009).  An Examination of the Role of Online Social Media in Journalists' Source Mix.. Public Relations Review. 35,
Sweetser, K. D., Avery E. J., Lariscy R. W., & Howes P. (2009).  Examining the Diffusion of Social Media in American Corporations. National Communication Association, Public Relations Division.
McMillan, S. J., Avery E. J., & Macias W. (2009).  From have nots to watch dogs: Understanding Internet health communication behaviors of senior citizens. (Loader, B. D., Hardey M., & Keeble L., Ed.).Digital Welfare for the Third Age: Health and Social Care Informatics for Older People. 132-150.
Springston, J., Avery E. J., & Sallot L. M. (2009).  Influence theories: Rhetorical, persuasion and information. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication. 268-284.
Lariscy, R. A., Avery E. J., Sweetser K. D., & Howes P. (2009).  Monitoring Public Opinion in Cyberspace: How Corporate Public Relations is Facing the Challenge. Public Relations Journal. 3 (4), 1-17.
Sallot, L. M., Avery E. J., & Springston J. (2009).  Opportunity knocks: Putting communication research into the travel and tourism literature. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication. 654-666.
Avery, E. J., Childers C. C., Lambert C. A., & Kim S. (2009).  Peer-ing into Pro-Health Advertisements for Children: Analysis of Their Reactions to and Suggestions for Campaign Visuals. Annual meeting of the International Communication Association.
Lariscy, R. W., Tinkham S. F., & Avery E. J. (2009).  Political Advertising and the Older Electorate: Recall, Comprehension and Persuasive Impact. Journal of Advertising. 38,
Avery, E. J., Lariscy R. A., & Sohn Y. J. (2009).  Public Information Officers' and Journalists' Perceived Barriers to Providing Excellent Health Information. Health Communication. 24,
Avery, E. J., Lariscy R. A., Kim S., & Hocke T. M. (2009).  A Quantitative Review of Crisis Communication Research in Public Relations: 1991-2009. Annual meeting of the Association for Educators in Journalism & Mass Communication.
Lariscy, R. A., Avery E. J., Sweetser K. D., & Howes P. (2009).  The Role of Social Media as Information Sources for Journalists.. Annual International Public Relations Research Conference.

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