Yang (Young) Lin, Ph.D.
Dept/Program: School of Communication
Office: Kolbe 105B
Curriculum Vitae: Download in PDF format
Intercultural communication, political communication, and basic course teaching.
SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS (Samples)
Lin, Y. & Clark, K. C. (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, DOI: 10.1080/01463373.2020.1864429
Lin, Y., Durbin, J. M., & Rancer, A. S. (2017) Perceived Instructor Argumentativeness, Verbal Aggressiveness, and Classroom Communication Climate in Relation to Student State Motivation and Math Anxiety. Communication Education, 66, 330-349. DOI: 10.1080/03634523.2016.1245427.
Lin, Y., Durbin, J., & Rancer, A. S. (2016). Math anxiety, need for cognition, and learning strategies in quantitative communication research methods courses. Communication Quarterly, 64, 390-409. DOI: 10.1080/01463373.2015.1103294.
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, 1-16.
Lin, Y., Hill, P. S., & Bishop, S. C. (2012). Cross-cultural humor: A new frontier for intercultural communication research. In R. DiCioccio (Ed.), Humor communication: Theory, impact, and outcomes (pp. 255-280). Dubuque, IA Kendall Hunt Publishing.
Lin, Y., Zhao, J. G., & Zhao, F. M. (2010). Exploring constructive aggressive communication in China: Its cultural roots, strategies, and new developments. In T. Avtigis & A. Rancer (eds.), Arguments, aggression, and conflict: New directions in theory and research (pp. 82-99). NY: Routlege.
Rancer, A. S. Lin, Y. Durbin, J. M., & Faulkner, E. (2010). Nonverbal 'verbal' aggression: Its forms and its relation to trait verbal aggressiveness. In T. Avtigis & A. Rancer (eds.), Arguments, aggression, and conflict: new directions in theory and research (pp. 267-284). NY: Routlege.
Lin, Y. (2004). The structure of political communication research: Fragmentation or diversity? In L. L. Kaid (Ed.), Handbook of Political Communication Research, (pp. 69-108). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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