Communication and Media

Graduate Students to Present on Panels at CSCA

Posted on Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Eight graduate students from Dr. Laura Terlip's Seminar in Organizational Communication will be participating in panels and the Central States Communication Association Conference in Milwaukee in April. 

The panels accepted:

Panel:  Home is where the ads are: Analyses of corporate use and exploitation of “home”

  • Does a baby make a house a home? An analysis of Johnson and Johnson’s baby care advertisements, Nola Aigner
  • What? You’ve never heard of Gla-de? How SC Johnson depicts “home” in magazine advertisements, Heather Lund
  • Exploitation of “Home” in marketing:  A Profile of Procter and Gamble, Sara Nelson          
  • Home sweet home: A content analysis of Procter and Gamble household care brands, Cole Rolffs

Panel:  Blurring the line between home and work:  Analyses of Organizational Policies & Individual Perceptions 

  • From family business to family feud: Relational dialectics in the family business, Kaylene Schroeder
  • Under attack: Spousal reactions to workplace intrusion on home, Brian Wiklander   
  • The Remote Controlled Worker: A critical view of mandated after hours accessibility requirements, Reid Wooldridge
  • Organizational Recruiting & Skype:  Lessons learned about technology and interviewing from ‘home,’ Callie Angove