Below is a selection of dissertations from the Doctor of Philosophy in Communication program in the School of Communication that have been included in Chapman University Digital Commons.
Dissertation from 2022
Don’t Count on Kiwis at a Kiwi Farmers’ Market: Communicating Intersections of Globalization and Local Food at Aotearoa New Zealand Farmers’ Markets, Travis Bartosh
Moral Matching: Strategic Messaging to Overcome Barriers to Persuasion, Tess M. Buckley
Understanding Law Enforcement Mental Health Communication and Police Officers’ Mental Health Support Preferences: A Grounded Theory Study, Erin S. Craw
The Influence of Social Agents on Learning, Developing, and Growing Through Athletic Participation: A Theory of Athlete Development, Rikishi T. Rey
A Mixed-Method Examination of Primary Care Physician Message Strategies to Correct Patient-Held Health Misinformation: An Application of Goals-Plans-Action Theory, Tayah Renea Wozniak