Relevant Publications

  • Vosen Callens, M., Westerman, D. K., & Cross, A. C. (2023). Why we hate‐watch: The role of nostalgia and investment in WWE viewership. The Journal of Popular Culture, 56(1), 70-90.
  • Vosen Callens, M. (2022). “There goes my antihero: How Wendy Byrde broke bad.” Heroism Science, 7(2).
  • Collins, R. F. (2022). Chocolate: A cultural encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO.
  • Vosen Callens, M. (2021). Ode to Gen X: 1980s: Institutional cynicism in Stranger Things and 1980s film. University Press of Mississippi.
  • Lee, H. E., Westerman, C. Y. K., Hashi, E., Heuett, K. B., Spates, S. A., Reno, K. M., & Jenkins, E. W. (2020). Effects of of taboo conversation topics on impression formation and task performance evaluation. Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal, 48(8), e8322.
  • Platt, C. A., Jason, M. & Sullivan, C. (2020). Public perceptions of private space initiatives: How young adults view theSpaceX plan to colonize Mars. Space Policy, 51, 101358.
  • Zeng, C., & Chen, H. (2020). An exploration of the relationships between organizational dissent, employee burnout, and work-family balance: A cross-cultural comparison between China and Finland. Communication Studies, 71(4), 633-648.
  • Vosen Callens, M. (2020). “From latchkey kid to granny nanny: How Generation X changed the Modern Family.” In Pam Hollander (Ed.), Gen X at Middle Age in Popular Culture (pp. 87-101). Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Park, H. S., Lee, H. E., Westerman, C. Y. K., & Guan, X. (2019). We want a team player: A formative cross-cultural investigation in the U.S., China, and South Korea. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 50, 1161-1181.
  • Vosen Callens, M. (2019). AMC’s infamous criminal partnerships: Suppressing the female antihero. Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 6(2), 49-61.
  • Croucher, S. M., Kelly, S., Condon, S. M., Campbell, E., Galy-Badenas, F., Rahmani, D., Zeng, C., & Nshom, E. (2018), A longitudinal analysis of the relationship between cultural adaptation and argumentativeness. International Journal of Conflict Management 29(1), 91-108.
  • Westerman, C. Y. K., Spates, S. A., Reno, K. M., Jenkins, E. W., & Lee, H. E. (2017). How Koreans and Americans use voice and silence to restore equity in workplace friendships. Ewha Journal of Social Sciences, 33(1), 181-223.
  • Heuett, K. B., & Westerman, C. Y. K. (2014). Reducing negative affect about intercultural interactions through inoculation. Journal of International Communication, 20(1), 42-51.
  • Kingsley Westerman, C. Y., Park, H. S., & Lee, H. E. (2007). A test of equity theory in the context of workplace friendship: A comparison of the United States and Korea. Journal of Communication, 57, 575-597
  • Kingsley Westerman, C. Y., Park, H. S., & Lee, H. E. (2007). Cultural differences in the effects of inequity on coworker friendships. Human Communication, 10, 82-102.
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