Marty Birkholt
Marty Birkholt

Marty Birkholt

Associate Professor
College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Communication Studies

Position

  • Associate Professor

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • Birkholt, M. J. (2014). Communicating Critical Issues. of support and patient stress. Hayden-McNeil, Plymouth, MI., Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 2014

Articles

  • Kirby, E.; McBride, C.; Shuler, S.; Birkholt, M.; Danielson, M. A.; Pawlowski, D. The Jesuit difference (?): Narratives of negotiating spiritual values and secular practices., Communication Studies, 57, 87-105, 2006

Publications

  • Birkholt, M. (2013). Editor. Parliamentary Debate: The Journal of the National Parliamentary Debate Association, 13, (1)., Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 2013
  • Birkholt, M. J. & Diers, A R. (2013). The Obama Administration versus the Catholic Church: Understanding Advocacy and Counter-Advocacy During a Policy-Making Crisis. Paper presented at the International Crisis Communication Conference, Erfurt, Germany., Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 2013
  • Diers, A R. & Birkholt, M. J. (2013). Killer Coca-Cola and pouring on the pounds: The power of negative messaging and media consumption on nutritional and attitudes and behavioral intentions. Paper presented at the International Crisis Communication Conference, Erfurt, Germany., Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 2013
  • Diers, A R. & Birkholt, M. J. Killer Coca-Cola and pouring on the pounds: The power of negative messaging and media consumption on nutritional and attitudes and behavioral intentions. Submitted to the International Communication Association’s Annuaul Convention, London, 2012. Preparing for submission to Health Communication., Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 2012
  • Birkholt, M. (2010). Editor. National Forensics Journal: Special Issue on Lincoln-Douglas Debate., Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 2010

Presentations

  • Birkholt, M. J. (2011). The Nature of Public Forum Debate as an Intercollegiate Activity and the Impact of Divergent Judging Paradigms. Presentation at the National Communication Association’s National Convention, New Orleans, LA., 2011