Yang (Young) Lin, Ph.D.
Intercultural communication, political communication, and basic course teaching.
Lin, Y., Zhao, J. G., & Zhao, F. M. (2010). Exploring constructive aggressive communication in China: Its cultural roots, strategies, and new developments,
pp. 82-99. In T. Avtigis & A. Rancer (eds.), Arguments, aggression, and conflict: new directions in theory and research. N. Y.: Routlege.
Rancer, A. S. Lin, Y. Durbin, J. M., & Faulkner, E. (2010). Nonverbal 'verbal' aggression: Its forms and its relation to trait verbal aggressiveness, pp. 267-284.
In T. Avtigis & A. Rancer (eds.), Arguments, aggression, and conflict: new directions in theory and research. N. Y.: Routlege. Jordan-Jackson, F. F., Lin, Y., Rancer, A. S., & Infante, D. A. (2008). Perceptions of males and females' use of aggressive, affirming, and nonaffirming messages in an interpersonal dispute: You’ve come a long way baby? Western Journal of Communication, 72, 239-258.
Ph.D., Communication, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK., 1997
M.A., Communications, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY., 1993
B.S., Electronics, Peking University, Beijing, China, 1980