Kathleen D. Clark, Ph.D.
Contemplative Communication, Intercultural Communication, Interracial Friendship
Lin, Y. & Clark, K. D. (2021). Speech assignments and plagiarism in first year public speaking classes: An investigation of students’ moral attributes in relation to their behavioral intention. Communication Quarterly, 69(1), 23-42. https://doi.org/10.1080/01463373.2020.1864429
Clark, K. D. (2020). Communicating as though connected: Conceptualizing contemplative conversation. Journal of Communication and Religion, 43(1), 40-54.
Sackey, E., Clark, K. D., & Lin, Y. (2017). Participatory communication versus communication strategies of a transnational NGO: Implementing the indoor residual spraying project in the Northern Region, Ghana. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 46(3), 227-246. DOI: 10.1080/17475759.2017.1311277
Lin, Y., Clark, K. D., & Maher, V. (2017). Spiritual intelligence, moral intensity, and the intention to help a stranger who communicates in a culturally different way: A study of millennial college students. Ohio Communication Journal, 55, 52-61.
Clark, K. D., Lin, Y., & Maher, V. (2015). Shall I help a stranger?: Spiritual intelligence and its relation to altruism, ethnocentrism, intercultural willingness to communicate, and the intention to act. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 44(4), 329-344.
Clark, K. D. (2008). Moving with spirit: Considering unconventional capacities for communication research. Iowa Journal of Communication, 40(1), 1-19.
BA & MA University of Washington; PhD The Ohio State University
Undergraduate: Intercultural Communication, Introduction to Public Speaking
Graduate: Introduction to Graduate Study in Communication, Survey of Communication, Intercultural Communication Theory, Qualitative Research Methods in Communication
Areas of Responsibility
Strategic & Organizational Communication; Communication Honors Adviser