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 103, Issue 2 (2019)
The Effect of Emphasizing Credibility Elements and the Role of Source Gender on Perceptions of Source Credibility
Ariana Bigham, Courtney Meyers, Nan Li, and Erica Irlbeck
Exploring Beyond the Obvious: Social Skills Needed for Agricultural Communication Baccalaureate Graduates
Arthur Leal, Ricky W. Telg, Joy N. Rumble, Nicole LaMee Perez Stedman, and Debbie M. Treise
Should livestock images provide historical reference or modern reality? An examination of the Influence of Livestock Communication on Attitude.
Joy N. Rumble, Tiffany M. Rogers-Randolph, and Emily B. Buck
Can Anyone Hear Us? An Exploration of Echo Chambers at a Land-Grant University
Taylor K. Ruth, Joy N. Rumble, Sebastian Galindo-Gonzalez, Lisa K. Lundy, Hannah S. Carter, and Kevin M. Folta
Diffusion of Innovations and Public Communication Campaigns: An Examination of The 4R Nutrient Stewardship Program
Henry Seeger and Robyn S. Wilson
Crowdsourcing Change: An Analysis of Twitter Discourse on Food Waste and Reduction Strategies
Annie R. Specht and Emily B. Buck
Printing and Mailing for the Brand: An Exploratory Qualitative Study Seeking to Understand Internal Branding and Marketing Within University and Extension Communication Services Units
Anissa Zagonel, Lauri M. Baker, and Audrey E. H. King 2533262