Recent Publications

Gist-Mackey, A., Kunkel, A., & Guthrie, J. (2021). Surviving communicative labor: Theoretical exploration of the (in)visibility of gendered faculty work/life struggle. Academic Labor: Research and Artistry, 5, 20-48. Gist-Mackey, Kunkel, & Guthrie (2021)

Hoskins, N., & Kunkel, A. (2020a). “I didn’t really have anybody to turn to”: Barriers to social support and the experiences of male perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Advance online publication. Hoskins & Kunkel (2020a)

Hoskins, N., & Kunkel, A. (2020b). “I don’t even deserve a chance”: An ethnographic study of adverse childhood experiences among male perpetrators of intimate partner violence. The Qualitative Report, 25, 1009-1037. Hoskins & Kunkel (2020b)

McDaniel, C., Guthrie, J. A., & Kunkel, A. (2018). “You look fine”: A closer look at white lies in female best friendships. Iowa Journal of Communication, 50, 52-71. McDaniel, Guthrie, & Kunkel (2018)

Dennis, M. R., & Kunkel, A. (2018). Evolving roles in research exploring communication about grief: Meaning making and continuing bonds. In D. Klass, & E. Steffen (Eds.), Continuing bonds in bereavement: New directions for research and practice (pp. 246-261). New York, NY: Routledge.

Woszidlo, A., & Kunkel, A. (2018). Social learning theory: An emphasis on modeling in parent-child relationships. In D. O. Braithwaite, E. Suter, & K. Floyd (Eds.), Engaging theories in family communication: Multiple perspectives (2nd ed., pp. 290-299). New York, NY: Routledge.

Wagner, P. E., Kunkel, A., Asbury, M. B., & Soto, F. (2016). Civilized (trans)gressions. Gender, health, and the diverging valence of trans* stigma. Women & Language, 39, 49-74. Wagner, Kunkel, Asbury, & Soto (2016)

Hoskins, N., Woszidlo, A., & Kunkel, A. (2016). Words can hurt the ones you love: Interpersonal trust as it relates to listening anxiety and verbal aggression. Iowa Journal of Communication, 48, 96-112. Hoskins, Woszidlo, & Kunkel (2016)

Guthrie, J., & Kunkel, A. (2016). “No more trapping me!”: Communication scholarship in the service of women experiencing domestic violence and substance abuse. Communication Quarterly, 64, 434-453. Guthrie & Kunkel (2016)

Wagner, P. E., Ellingson, L., & Kunkel, A. (2016). Pictures, patience, and practicalities: Lessons learned from using photovoice in applied communication contexts. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44, 336-342. Wagner, Ellingson, & Kunkel (2016)

Wagner, P., Kunkel, A., & Compton, B. (2016). (Trans)lating identity: Exploring discursive strategies for navigating the tensions of identity gaps. Communication Quarterly, 64, 251-272. Wagner, Kunkel, & Compton (2016)

Kunkel, A., & Guthrie, J. (2016). Survivor: Women’s stories of navigation and tensions in a domestic violence shelter. Western Journal of Communication, 80, 100-120. Kunkel & Guthrie (2016)

Manning, J., & Kunkel, A. (2015). Qualitative approaches to dyadic data analyses in family communication: An invited essay. Journal of Family Communication, 15, 185-192. Manning & Kunkel (2015)

Guthrie, J., & Kunkel, A. (2015). Problematizing the uniform application of the formula story: Advocacy for survivors in a domestic violence support group. Women & Language, 38, 43-62. Guthrie & Kunkel (2015)

Messersmith, A., Kunkel, A., & Guthrie, J. (2015). Newlywed reports of social support during engagement: What worked and what failed. Communication Studies, 66, 257-276. Messersmith, Kunkel, & Guthrie (2015)

D’Enbeau, S., & Kunkel, A. (2015). “I don’t know where my job ends”: Workplace stress and social support in domestic violence prevention. In J. M. Smith & M. W. Kramer (Eds.), Case studies in volunteering and NGOs (pp. 41-46). New York: Peter Lang Publishing. D’Enbeau & Kunkel (2015)

Dennis, M. R., & Kunkel, A. (2015). There should be an “I” in Mad Men: Individualism, isolation, indifference, and inadequacy. In D. M. Stern, J. Manning, & J.C. Dunn (Eds.), Lucky Strikes and a three-martini lunch: Thinking about televisions’s Mad Men (2nd ed., pp. 60-82). UK Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Dennis & Kunkel (2015)

Guthrie, J., & Kunkel, A. (2015). Communication in support groups. The International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons. Guthrie & Kunkel (2015)

Rosenberg, J., & Kunkel, A. (2014). Interpersonal communication’s past, present, and bright future. Communication Studies, 65, 426-428. Rosenberg & Kunkel (2014)

Manning, J., & Kunkel, A. (2014). Making meaning of meaning-making research: Using qualitative research for studies of social and personal relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 31, 433-441. Manning & Kunkel (2014)

Kunkel, A., Dennis, M. R., & Garner, B. (2014). Illustrating an integrated typology of meaning reconstruction in discourse: Grief-related disclosures. Death Studies, 38, 623-636. Kunkel, Dennis, & Garner (2014)

Guthrie, J., & Kunkel, A. (2014). Lying as norm in social interactions. Encyclopedia of Lying and Deception (pp. 627-631). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Guthrie & Kunkel (2014)

D’Enbeau, S., & Kunkel, A. (2013). (Mis)managed empowerment: Exploring paradoxes of practice in domestic violence prevention. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 41, 141-159. D’Enbeau & Kunkel (2013)

Guthrie, J., & Kunkel, A. (2013). Tell me sweet (and not-so-sweet) little lies: Deception in romantic relationships, Communication Studies, 64, 141-157. Guthrie & Kunkel (2013)

D’Enbeau, S., & Kunkel, A. (2013). Domestic violence prevention and (mis)managed empowerment. Communication CurrentsD’Enbeau & Kunkel (2013)

Guthrie, J., Kunkel, A., & Hladky, K. Nicole (2013). The complex relationship between (and within) the oppressed and the empowered: Contradiction and LGBT  portrayals on The L Word. In J. Campbell & T. Carilli (Eds.), Queer media images: LGBT perspectives (pp. 19-29). UK: Lexington Books. Guthrie, Kunkel, & Hladky (2013)

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