Recently published faculty works include:
Douglas Swanson, professor of communications, authored the book chapter “Thoughtful Awareness and Insightful Action in a Changing Workplace,” published in the newly released book “Public Relations: Competencies and Practice” by Taylor & Francis. The chapter profiles Ruebén Martinez, longtime Santa Ana businessman and philanthropist.
Swanson also wrote the chapter “Connecting Ethics and Practice as PR Students Transition From Learners to Educators” in the Oxford University Press-published book “Cases in Public Relations: Translating Ethics Into Action” and the article “The Growing Popularity of Student-Run PR Agencies” in the January issue of public relations industry trade magazine O’Dwyer’s. The chapter and article are based on Swanson’s work with the CSUF PRactical ADvantage Communications.
Lidia Nuño and Veronica Herrera, assistant professors of criminal justice, and alumna Meagan Koontz ’18 (B.A. criminal justice) are among the authors of an article on “Hispanic Youth and Illicit Drug Use: Assessing the Relevance of Risk and Protective Factors.” The article was published in Crime and Delinguency.
Valerie O’Regan and Stephen Stambough, professors of political science, authored the article “Term Limits and Women’s Representation: A Democratic Opportunity and a Republican Dead-end” in the 2018 issue of the Politics, Groups and Identities open-access journal.
Yuying Tsong, associate professor of human services, is co-author of “Perceived Stress, Psychological Functioning and Resilience Among Individuals in Same-Sex Binational Relationships” posted on the American Psychological Association’s Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity journal website.