The Journal of Applied Communications is a quarterly, refereed journal published by the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Life and Human Sciences (ACE). The Journal of Applied Communications focuses specifically on issues and topics relevant to agricultural and applied communication professionals and is peer-reviewed to ensure accuracy and quality.
Current Issue: Volume 101, Issue 2 (2017)
Marketing with More: An In-depth Look at Relationship Marketing with New Media in the Green Industry
Scott Stebner, Lauri M. Baker, Hikaru Hanawa Peterson, and Cheryl R. Boyer
Using Critical Thinking Styles to Inform Food Safety Behavior Communication Campaigns
Arthur Leal, Joy N. Rumble, and Alexa J. Lamm
An Examination of Student Development Theory in the Context of Writing Instruction
Holli R. Leggette, Holly Jarvis Whitaker, and Matt Miranda
Communicating about Undocumented Immigration Issues: Is Your Target Audience Bilingual?
Shuyang Qu, Alexa J. Lamm, and Joy N. Rumble
The Potential Return on Investment of the Recruitment Strategies for an Academic Unit Focused on Agricultural Sciences
J. Tanner Robertson, Taylor Hurst, Kevin Williams, and Lance Kieth
What’s in a Name? The Influence of Persuasive Communication on Florida Consumers’ Attitude toward Genetically Modified Food
Taylor K. Ruth and Joy N. Rumble
Public Knowledge and Trust of Agricultural and Natural Resources Organizations
Quisto Settle, Joy N. Rumble, Keelee McCarty, and Taylor K. Ruth