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 107, Issue 3 (2023)
Instagram as a Tool of Diffusion for the Livestock Industry
Savannah Locke, Karen Hiltbrand, Katie Corbitt, Darcey Richburg, David Shannon, Soren P. Rodning, Jason T. Sawyer, and Don Mulvaney
Identifying the Behavioral Intent to Use Social Media through the application of UTAUT in ANR and Turfgrass Extension
Barbara Worley, Jason Peake, and Nicholas E. Fuhrman
Reporting Expertise in Agricultural Communications, Education, Extension, and Leadership Research: The Development of an Expertise Rubric
Lori M. Costello, Billy R. McKim, and Allison L. Dunn
Maize farmers’ use, preference, and trustworthiness of information sources and communication channels in Dormaa, Ghana: A gender comparison.
Namah Taku-Forchu, Shuyang Qu, Misty D. Lambert, Michael S. Retallick, Jonathan D. Ulmer, and George P. Opit
Flower power: testing social media advertising strategies for floral products
Rachel Corry, William R. Taylor, Jessica Holt, Hailey Bittles, Benjamin L. Campbell, and Julie Campbell
A Multi-Method Analysis of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Websites of Fortune 500 Agricultural and Food Companies
Garrett M. Steede, Rebecca Swenson, and Troy McKay
An Experimental Study Investigating the Type of Data Visualizations Used in Infographics on Participant Recall and Information Recognition
Laura Morgan Fischer, Elizabeth Schroeder, Courtney Gibson, Amber McCord, and Ginger Orton