Publications and Conferences

Note: Journal and conference submissions that are under review are not included in this list, nor are conference presentations that are being prepared for submission to a journal. For a complete CV that includes manuscripts that are under review, please email me at jlmoreh@clemson.edu.

PEER-REVIEWED SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS (5)

Morehouse, J. & Saffer, A. J. (2020). The knowledge construction network of engagement research: Examining scholars’ star collaborators, embeddedness, and influence. Public Relations Review, 46(3), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2020.101924.

Morehouse, J. (2020). Stakeholder-Formed organizations and crisis communication: Analyzing discourse of renewal with a non-offending organization. Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research, 3(2), 243-274. https://doi.org/10.30658/jicrcr.3.2.5

Morehouse, J., & Saffer, A. J. (2019). Illuminating the invisible college: An analysis of foundational and prominent publications of engagement research in public relations. Public Relations Review, 45(5), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2019.101836.

Saffer, A. J., Yang, A., Morehouse, J., & Qu, Y. (2019). It takes a village: A social network approach to NGOs’ international public engagement. American Behavioral Scientist, 63(12), 1708-1727. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764219835265.

Morehouse, J., & Saffer, A. J. [equal authors] (2018). A bibliometric analysis of dialogue and digital dialogic research: Mapping the knowledge construction and invisible colleges in public relations research. Journal of Public Relations Research 30(3), 65-82. https://doi.org/10.1080/1062726X.2018.1498343.

INVITED PUBLICATIONS: Encyclopedia Entries (1)

Morehouse, J. & Saffer, A. J. (2018). Digital strategy. In R. L. Health (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Strategic Communication. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. View here.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS (16 total, only 12 listed below)

Morehouse, J. (2019, November). Examining lay-led Leadership Roundtable: How stakeholders utilize post-crisis Discourse of Renewal. Submitted to the Public Relations Division of the National Communication Association (NCA) Convention, Baltimore, MD.

  • Third Place, Top Student Paper Competition

Morehouse, J. (2019, November). Faith and Communication: Analyzing Public Relations within Protestant Churches. Presented to the Thomas M. Carsey Graduate Student Symposium hosted by the Odum Institute, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Morehouse, J. (2019, May). Illuminating the invisible college of engagement research in public relations: A cocitation analysis. Presented to the Public Relations Division of the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Washington, D.C. View here.

  • Third Place, Top Student Paper Competition

Saffer, A. J., Yang, A., Morehouse, J., & Qu, Y. (2019, May). It takes a village: NGOs’ agenda building amidst the international refugee crisis. Presented to the Public Relations Division of the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Washington, D.C.

Morehouse, J., & Riffe, D. (2018, August). A multi-method approach to examining online sermons from religious organizations. Presented to the Religion and Media Interest Group of the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Washington, D.C.

Morehouse, J. (2018, May). Mapping the knowledge construction in the invisible college of dialogue research. Presented to the Public Relations Division of the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic. View here.

  • First Place, Top Student Research Paper Competition

Morehouse, J., & Harker, J. L. (2018, May). Unpacking the engagement ideograph: A network analysis of engagement research in public relations. Presented to the Public Relations Division of the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic. View here.

Morehouse, J. (2018, May). Examining engagement: A content analysis of engagement research in public relations. Presented to the 4th International Summer School, Münster, Germany.

  • Second Place, Top Poster Awards

Morehouse, J. (2017, November). Interaction concepts for pedagogical use of social media. Presented to the Undergraduate College and University Division of the National Communication Association (NCA) Convention, Dallas, TX.

Morehouse, J. (2017, May). Following religion: Relationship cultivation tactics on Twitter. Presented to the Public Relations Division of the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, California.

Morehouse, J. (2017, March). Digitizing the local church: Social media influences and protocol. Presented to the Open Division at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Southeast Colloquium, Fort Worth, TX.

Morehouse, J. (2016, August). Influencing the Twitterverse: Agenda setting capabilities of religious organizations. Presented to the Mass Communication and Society Division of the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Minneapolis, MN. 

REFEREED PANELS (2)

Morehouse, J. (2020, August). Public Relations and Religion: Nonprofit Religious Advocacy and Media Relations. Panel presentation submitted by Morehouse, J. to the Public Relations Division and the Religion and Media Interest Group of the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Francisco, CA.

Morehouse, J., & Saffer, A. J. (2018, November). The status of dialogue research in public relations: A content analysis of scholarly articles from 1976 to 2017. Panel presentation submitted to the Public Relations Division of the National Communication Association (NCA) Convention, Salt Lake City, UT.

*If you have questions about any research methods, code books, sampling procedures, theories, concepts, etc., please email me at jlmoreh@clemson.edu and I’d be happy to discuss and/or share resources. Additionally, if you’d like a PDF copy of the published research, I’d be happy to send along.