John Reinard

Recent Publications

 

Introduction to Research in Communication. Beijing [China]: Renmin University Press. (2008). 500 pp. (Chinese language revised edition)

Introduction to Research in Communication. Beijing [China]: Peking University Press (2001). 471 pp. (international English language version)

 

Introduction to Communication Research (4th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill. (2007).  678 pp.

Instructor's Manual to Accompany Introduction to Research in Communication (4th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill. (2007) 573 pp.
    (with B. J. Reinard).

 

 

 

Communication Research Statistics. Thousand Oaks, CA:
       Sage (2006).  583 pp.

  Praise for Communication Research Statistics

 

Introduction to Research in Communication (3rd ed.). Boston:
    McGraw-Hill. (2001).  468 pp.

Instructor's Manual to Accompany Introduction to Research in
    Communication
(3rd ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill. (2001) 452 pp.
    (with B. J. Reinard).

 

argbook.jpg (10764 bytes) Foundations of Argument:   Effective Communication for Critical
    Thinking
.  Dubuque, IA: W. C. Brown Publishers, A Division of
    McGraw-Hill (1991). 492 pp.

Instructor's Manual.  Dubuque, IA: W. C. Brown Publishers, A
    Division of McGraw-Hill (1991), 114 pp. (with Betty Jean Reinard)

 

Recent Book Chapters, Articles, and Papers:     

        "A Model of Communication Elements and Dispositions Predicting Success in the
     Sales Process" Western States Communication Association Convention 
     (Phoenix-Mesa, AZ: 2009)

  "A Model of the Biasing Effects of Inadmissible Testimony on Jury Decisions
      Western States Communication Association Convention  (Phoenix-Mesa,
      AZ: 2009) (with S. Geck)
  "A Model of the Persuasive Effects of Informal Fallacies” Western States
      Communication Association Convention  (Denver-Broomfield, CO: 2008) (Top
      Three Panel)

      “Contrasting Causal Models of the Process of Voir Dire Questioning as Persuasion”
   Western States Communication Association Convention  (Denver-Broomfield,
   CO: 2008) (with S. Geck)

      “The Trend Away from Student Use of Standard Research Material: Student Use
   of Wikipedia and the Internet” Western States Communication Association
   Convention  (Denver-Broomfield, CO: 2008)

"Use of Multiple Messages in Persuasive Communication Research: Evidence of a

   Methodological Trend or General Avoidance?" Western States Communication

   Association Convention  (Seattle, WA: February 2007). (with D. Kowalski)

"Assessing Content in Contemporary Research Methods Textbooks" Western

   Western States Communication Association Convention  (Palm Springs, CA:

   February 2006)

"Communication Law and Policy: The State of Research and Theory," (2005).
    Journal of Communication, 55,  594-631. (with S. Ortiz)

"Comparisons of Models of Persuasive Effects of Types of Evidence Introductions,"
    International Communication Association Convention (New York: May 2005)
    (with K.Myers)

"A Causal Model of the Persuasive Effects of Types and Forms of Evidence
    Introduction," International
Communication Association Convention (New
    Orleans, LA: 2004, May)

"Persuasive Effects of Alternative Modes of Introducing Evidence," 
    International Communication Association Convention (San Diego:  May 2003)
.
"Persuasion in the Legal Setting,"  (2002).  In  The Persuasion Handbook,
   
James Price Dillard &  Michael
Pfau (Eds.)  (pp. 543-602).  Thousand
    Oaks, CA;  Sage.
"The Impact of Strategic and Non Strategic Voir Dire Questions on Jury
    Decisions," Communication
Monographs, 67 (June 2000):  158-177.
    (with D. J. Arsenault)
"
Speed Versus Accuracy:  A Content Analysis of Media Report Accuracy and
    the Alacrity Hypothesis," Western States Communication Association
    Convention  (Long Beach, CA:  2002)  (with team of student researchers)
"Mapping the Extent of the Hate Group Network," Western States
    Communication Association Convention (Couer d'Alene, ID:  2001)  (with
    O. Slone)
"
The Hate Groups Around Us:  The Northwest and Extremist Groups
    Nearby,"
Western States Communication Association Convention (Couer
    d'Alene, ID:  2001)  (with R. Emry)
"Persuading
the Jury Through Voir Dire Questioning Designed to Establish
    Rapport and Empathy,"
Western States Communication Association
    Convention  (Couer d'Alene, ID:  2001)  (with O. Khalid, and J. Liso)
"Holocaust Denial Under the Guise of Scholarship: The Institute for Historical
    Review and Its Spawn,"  Western States Communication Association
    Convention  (Couer d'Alene, ID:  2001)  (with
J. Bullis and P. Chiotti )
"The Role of Voir Dire as Persuasive Communication," American
    Psychological Association Convention
(Boston, MA:  1999)  (with D.
    Arsenault).
"
Defense of the President During Impeachment:  A Comparison of the Defense
    Rhetoric in the Impeachment Trials of Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton,"
    Western States Communication Association Convention (Sacramento, CA: 
   
2000)  (with J. Bullis).
"
Prosecuting the Impeachment Case," Western States Communication
    Association Convention (Sacramento,
CA:  2000)  (with S. Geck and B. J.
    Reinard).
"The Impact of Forms of Strategic and Non Strategic Voir Dire Questions on
    Jury Verdicts," Western States Communication Association Convention
    (Vancouver BC, Canada:  1999)  (with D. Arsenault) -- Top Three Panel.
"The Persuasive Effects of Testimonial Assertion Evidence," In Persuasion:
    Advances Through Meta-Analysis
, Mike Allen & Raymond W. Preiss
    (Eds.) (ch. 4, pp. 69-85). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, (1998).
"The Retention and Recruitment of Multicultural Students."  Communicaton
    Disorders Education
, 25 (August 1998):  39-52.  (with T. I. Saenz and T.
    A. Wyatt)
"Models of Influence of Strategic Voir Dire Questions on Jury Decision
    Making."  Western States Communication Association Convention (Denver,
    CO:  1998).  (with D. Arsenault and S. Geck)--Top Three Panel
"The Persuasive Effects of Informal Fallacies:  Two Experimental Studies of
    Fallacies in the Family Non Sequitur." Western States Communication
    Association Convention (Denver, CO: 1998) (with J. Mahlke, A. Schwab,
    and D. Isbell) -- Top Three Panel
"A Survey of Metriculation  Influences on Culturally Diverse Students of
    Communicative Disorders."  Fourth Intercultural Conference on Intercultural
    and International Communication (Fullerton, CA: 1998) (with T. A. Saenz
    and T. Wyatt)
"Causal Models of the Influence of Informal Fallacies on Persuasive
    Communication."  National Communication Association Convention (New
    York:  1998).  (with J. Mahlke, A. Schwab, and D. Isbell)