Dr. Yea-Wen Chen: Research Projects

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Abdalla, M., & Chen, Y.-W. (2020).   "“So, it's like you're swimming against the tide”: The communication and negotiation of identities among Muslim mothers in the United States" Western States Communication Association, Denver, CO
Top Four Paper in Communication, Identities, and Difference Interest Group .

Zhang, D., & Chen, Y.-W. (2020).   "We are the unusual factor”: Agitating and queering family communication norms with (cis-gendered) gay adoptive parents" Western States Communication Association, Denver, CO.
Top Paper in Intercultural Communication Interest Group.

Chen, Y.-W., Zhang, D., & Wagner, S. (2019).   "Foreign instructors teaching at a minority-serving university: Reinforcing and/or resisting boundaries of U.S. academia" International Communication Association, Washington, DC.

Zhang, D., & Chen, Y.-W. (2019).   "Survive, strive and shine: “Queering” intersecting family identities from the voices of gay adoptive parents" National Communication Association, Baltimore, MD

Chen, Y.-W., Chalko, K., & Bonilla, M. (2019).   "When religion meets academia: Millennial Christians becoming cultural Others on a minority-serving campus in the United States." Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 12(4), 325-343. doi:10.1080/17513057.2018.1557732
*This project was funded by the 2017 Summer Undergraduate Research Program at San Diego State University in the amount of $3,000 to hire Michael Bonilla and Kelsey Chalko to collaborate on research. An earlier version of this manuscript was presented at the 2018 annual conference of the International Communication Association at Prague, Czech Republic. .

Hall, J., & Chen, Y.-W. (2018).   "Playing with (dis)agreement: Examining millennial identity and expectations about instructional dissent." National Communication Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

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