Below are my conference presentations and contributions to conference proceedings:

  1. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (June, 2015). How Do U.S. Health Departments Use Facebook to Create a Dialogic Environment: Examining Social Media Strategies from a Longitudinal Perspective. Unpublished paper accepted for presentation at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  2. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (June, 2015). Extending the Factors Influencing Public Opinion: Corporate Reputation on Mass Media and Social Media. Unpublished paper accepted for presentation at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  3. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (November, 2013). How Dialogic Theory is Used in Social Media: An Analysis of State Health Departments Facebook Pages. Unpublished paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Washington DC.
  4. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (November, 2013). The Future of Internet-Related Research in Health Communication Scholarship: Based on an Analysis of Published Articles between 1997 and 2011. Unpublished paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Washington DC.
  5. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (August, 2012). A Wii, a Mii, and a New Me? Testing the Effectiveness of Wii Exergames in Increasing Children’s Enjoyment, Engagement, and Exertion in Physical Activity. Unpublished paper presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Chicago, IL.
  6. Meadows III, C. (August, 2012). Have We Moved? A Content Analysis of Food Advertising Aired during Popular Childrens Programming. Unpublished paper presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL.
  7. Meadows III, C. (January, 2012). The Effects of Narrative Elements and Individual Attributes on Transportation in Health Communications. Unpublished paper presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education Conference, Dallas, TX.
  8. Meadows III, C. (January, 2011). Affective Information Seeking: The Effect of Narratives on Transportation. Unpublished paper presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education Conference, San Diego, CA.
  9. Meadows III, C., & Gonzenbach, W. (May, 2011). Communicating Climate Change: An Examination of the Media, Congressional Attention, and Public Opinion: 2006-2009. Unpublished paper
    presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Boston, MA.
  10. Meadows III, C., & Zhang, C. (November, 2011). Pacing in 2D and 3D Films: The Effects on Viewers Sense of Presence, Enjoyment, and Viewing Intention. Unpublished paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  11. Meadows III, C., & Nichols, C. (April, 2011). Fear Appeals, Reality, and Children: A Content Analysis of Global Warming Public Service Announcements. Unpublished paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association Convention, Las Vegas, NV.
  12. Meadows III, C., Zhang, C., & Zhou, S. (August, 2011). Effects of Proximity on the Cognitive Processing of Environmental News. Unpublished paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, St. Lewis, MO.
  13. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (April, 2011). Developing Nation Under Fire: CNNs Portrayal of Chinas National Image. Unpublished paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association Convention, Las Vegas, NV.
  14. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (August, 2011). 2D or 3D? The Effects on Viewers Sense of Presence and Enjoyment. Unpublished paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, St. Lewis, MO.
  15. Zhang, C., & Meadows III, C. (November, 2011). International Coverage, Foreign Policy, and National Image: Exploring the Complexities of Media Coverage, Public Opinion, and Presidential Agenda. Unpublished paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.