Tina M. Harris
Tina M. Harris
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Interracial communication: Theory into practice
MP Orbe, TM Harris
Waveland Press, 2022
Interracial dating: The implications of race for initiating a romantic relationship
TM Harris, PJ Kalbfleisch
Howard journal of Communication 11 (1), 49-64, 2000
Black feminist thought and cultural contracts: Understanding the intersection and negotiation of racial, gendered, and professional identities in the academy
TM Harris
New Directions for Teaching and Learning 2007 (110), 55-64, 2007
Interracial communication
MP Orbe, TM Harris
Theory into practice 2, 2008
The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis and public perceptions of biomedical research: a focus group study.
BR Bates, TM Harris
Journal of the National Medical Association 96 (8), 1051, 2004
The role of “genetics” in popular understandings of race in the United States
CM Condit, RL Parrott, TM Harris, J Lynch, T Dubriwny
Public Understanding of Science 13 (3), 249-272, 2004
Advocate-mentoring: A communicative response to diversity in higher education
TM Harris, CN Lee
Communication Education 68 (1), 103-113, 2019
What does “a gene for heart disease” mean? A focus group study of public understandings of genetic risk factors
BR Bates, A Templeton, PJ Achter, TM Harris, CM Condit
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 119 (2), 156-161, 2003
Risk comprehension and judgments of statistical evidentiary appeals: When a picture is not worth a thousand words
R Parrott, K Silk, K Dorgan, C Condit, T Harris
Human Communication Research 31 (3), 423-452, 2005
Deriving lay models of uncertainty about genes' role in illness causation to guide communication about human genetics
R Parrott, K Silk, J Weiner, C Condit, T Harris, J Bernhardt
Journal of Communication 54 (1), 105-122, 2004
Believing in both genetic determinism and behavioral action: a materialist framework and implications
CM Condit, M Gronnvoll, J Landau, L Shen, L Wright, TM Harris
Public Understanding of Science 18 (6), 730-746, 2009
Communicating to develop white racial identity in an interracial communication class
AN Miller, TM Harris
Communication Education 54 (3), 223-242, 2005
Informed lay preferences for delivery of racially varied pharmacogenomics
JL Bevan, JA Lynch, TN Dubriwny, TM Harris, PJ Achter, AL Reeder, ...
Genetics in Medicine 5 (5), 393-399, 2003
Attitudinal barriers to delivery of race-targeted pharmacogenomics among informed lay persons
C Condit, A Templeton, BR Bates, JL Bevan
Genetics in Medicine 5 (5), 385-392, 2003
Impacting student perceptions of and attitudes toward race in the interracial communication course
TM Harris
Communication Education 52 (3-4), 311-317, 2003
Development and validation of tools to assess genetic discrimination and genetically based racism.
RL Parrott, KJ Silk, MR Dillow, JL Krieger, TM Harris, CM Condit
Journal of the National Medical Association 97 (7), 980, 2005
Lay understandings of the relationship between race andgenetics: Development of a collectivized knowledge throughshared discourse
CM Condit, R Parrott, TM Harris
Public Understanding of Science 11 (4), 373, 2002
A preliminary study of how multiple exposures to messages about genetics impact on lay attitudes towards racial and genetic discrimination
J Lynch, J Bevan, P Achter, T Harris, CM Condit
New Genetics and Society 27 (1), 43-56, 2008
Evaluating direct-to-consumer marketing of race-based pharmacogenomics: a focus group study of public understandings of applied genomic medication
BR Bates, K Poirot, TM Harris, CM Condit, PJ Achter
Journal of Health Communication 9 (6), 541-559, 2004
" Waiting to Exhale" or" Breath (ing) Again": A Search for Identity, Empowerment, and Love in the 1990's
TM Harris, PS Hill
Women and Language 21, 9-20, 1998
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