Primer on Research Ethics
Lecture Podcasts / Research Methods / Teaching Resources

Primer on Research Ethics

I know that for a lot of undergraduate and graduate students that the research ethics approval process seems like it’s a tedious amount of paperwork to fill out — particularly in many of the social sciences where our research is quite innocuous. However, because of we have learned from past mistakes like the Milgram Experiments (see … Continue reading

Organizational Culture: The Trice & Beyer Way
Academic Editorials / Lecture Podcasts / Organizational Communication

Organizational Culture: The Trice & Beyer Way

In her last semester of teaching, I had the incredibly good fortune of having Jan Beyer’s Organizational Culture class at UT-Austin. One of my other classmates from the Organizational Communication Ph.D. program took the class as well. To be honest, she scared the hell out of us but it was one of the most interesting … Continue reading

Podcasts on Persuasion Theory
Lecture Podcasts / Persuasion / Teaching Resources

Podcasts on Persuasion Theory

For anyone who feels like they need a primer on some of the basics of persuasion theory, feel free to take a look at these on my YouTube Channel. Covered on the YouTube Channel are the theory of reasoned action, theory of planned behavior, elaboration likelihood model, and extended parallel process model. Each is embedded … Continue reading

Need a primer for statistics in social science? Podcasts to help get you started.
Lecture Podcasts / Research Methods / Teaching Resources

Need a primer for statistics in social science? Podcasts to help get you started.

I’ve been teaching research methods and supervising bachelor’s and master’s students in communication on their projects for a while now and know how intimidating it is to think of running and interpreting statistics for the first time. As a confession, I’m not a math person and during my Master’s program I put off my statistics class … Continue reading