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J. David Johnson

Professor


Office: 243 Grehan

Phone: 859-257-3369

Email: JDavid.Johnson [at] uky.edu

Personal Website: http://comm.uky.edu/jdjohnson

Education
B.S. 1971, M.A. 1974, Ph.D. 1978, Michigan State University

Specialties
information seeking, health communication, innovation, network analysis and organizational communication

Curriculum Vitae


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Courses Taught

Intensive study of a communication topic in professional, theoretical, and research methodology areas of communication.
Examines theory and research relevant to understanding advanced issues in organizational communication. Topics may include strategies of innovation, organizing, networking, decision-making, globalization, technology, power, and diversity.
Examines theory and research on the nature and development of small group communication. Topics include leadership, interpersonal relations and roles, goals, and decision-making in multiple organizational contexts.
Examination and critical analysis of the major theories of communication processes, including systems theory, structural theories and semiotics, behaviorism, symbolic interactionism, theories of the social construction of reality, and other theoretical approaches to the study of communication.
Intensive examination of selected topics important to the construction, development, and testing of communication theories and problems.
Professors will conduct research seminars in topics or problems in which they have special research interests.
Intensive study of a specialized topic area in communication.
This course is concerned with theory and research relevant to organizational communication and related areas of interest. Special attention is given to various topics relevant to a specific subtitle.

Books

Johnson, J. D. (2013). Dosage: a guiding principle for health communicators. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.

Johnson, J. D. (2012). Managerial communication: Evaluating the right dose. New York: Business Expert Press.

Johnson, J. D., & Case, D. O. (2012). Health information seeking. New York: Peter Lang.

Johnson, J. D. (2009). Managing knowledge networks. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Johnson, J. D. (2005). Innovation and knowledge management: The Cancer Information Science Research Consortium. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Johnson, J. D. (1997). Cancer-related information seeking. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Johnson, J. D. (1996). Information seeking: An organizational dilemma. Westport, CT: Quorum Books.

Johnson, J.D. (1993). Organizational communication structure. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Handbook Chapters

Johnson, J. D., & Real, K. (2007). Organizational implementation and integration of IT. In Salazar, A. J. & Sawyer, S. (Ed.) Handbook of information technology in organizations and electronic markets (pp. 77-91). London: World Scientific Press.

Johnson, J. D. (1996). Approaches to communication structure: Applications to the problem of information seeking. In M. West (Ed.), Handbook of work group psychology (pp. 451-474). Sussex, England: John Wiley.

Johnson, J. D., & Tuttle, F. (1989). Problems in intercultural research. In M. K. Assante & W. Gudykunst (Eds.), Handbook of international and intercultural communication (2nd. ed., pp. 461-483). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Johnson, J. D. (1988). On the use of communication gradients. In Goldhaber, G. M., & Barnett, G. (Eds.) Handbook of organizational communication (pp. 361-383). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Refereed Publications

Johnson, J. D. (2014). Controlling the flood: When more is less. Journal of Documentation., 70(3), 330-345. Doi: 10.1108/JD-01-2013-008

Johnson, J. D. (2014). Health-related information seeking: Is it worth it? Information Processing & Management, 50(5), 708-717.

Johnson, J. D. (2014). PhysicianÕs emerging roles relating to trends in health information technology. Informatics for Health and Social Care, Early on line 1-14. DOI; 10.3109/17538157.2014.948172.

Johnson, J. D. (2013). Governing frameworks for sharing actionable knowledge. Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, 11(2), 127-138.

Johnson, J. D. (2013). K-form organizations. Modern Management Science and Engineering, 1(1), 21.

Johnson, J. D. (2012). Knowledge networks: Dilemmas and paradoxes. International Journal of Information Management, 32, 347-353. doi: 10.1016.j.ijinfomgt.2011.11.014.

Johnson, J. D. (2012). The role of human agents in facilitating clinical and translational science. Clinical and Translational Science, 5, 353-361.

Johnson, J. D. (2009). An impressionistic mapping of information behavior with special attention to contexts, rationality, and ignorance. Information Processing and Management, 45, 593-604.

Johnson, J. D. (2008). Dosage: A bridging metaphor for theory and practice. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 2, 137-153.

Johnson, J. D. (2008). Employee Assistance Programs: Sources of assistance relation to inputs and outcomes. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health Manager, 23, 263-282.

Johnson, J. D. (2007). Organizational communication researchers meet the real world: A case study of the Cancer Information Services Research Consortium. Communication Review, 10, 135-166.

Kelley, K., Andrews, J. E., Case, D. O., Allard, S. L., & Johnson, J. D. (2007). Information seeking and intentions to have genetic testing for hereditary cancers in rural and Appalachian Kentuckians. Journal of Rural Health, 23, 166-172.

Johnson, J. D. (2006). Influence relationships within a Community of Practice. Studies in Communication Science, 6, 63-92.

Johnson, J. D., Andrews, J. E., Case, D. O., Allard, S. L., & Johnson, N. E (2006). Fields and/or pathways: Contrasting and/or complementary views of information seeking. Information Processing & Management, 42, 569-582.

Andrews, J. E., Johnson, J. D., Case, D. O., Allard, S. L., & Kelley, K. (2005). Intention to seek information on cancer genetics. Information Research, 10, (http://informationr.net/IR/10- 4/paper238.html)

Case, D. O., Andrews, J. E., Johnson, J. D., & Allard, S. L. (2005). Avoiding versus seeking: The relationship of information seeking to avoidance, blunting, coping, dissonance and related concepts. Journal of Medical Libraries Association, 93, 48-57.

Johnson, J. D., Case, D. O., Andrews, J. E., & Allard, S. L. (2005). Genomics- The perfect information seeking research problem. Journal of Health Communication, 10, 323-329.

Susskind, A. M., Schwartz, D. F., Richards, W. D., & Johnson, J. D. (2005). Evolution and diffusion of the Michigan State University tradition of organizational communication network research. Communication Studies, 56, 397-418.

Case, D. O., Johnson, J. D., Andrews, J. E., Allard, S. L., & Kelley, K. M. (2004). From two-step flow to the Internet: The changing array of sources for genetics information seeking. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55, 660-669.

Johnson, J.D. (2004). The emergence, maintenance, and dissolution of structural hole brokerage within consortia. Communication Theory, 14, 212-236.

Johnson, J. D. (2003). On contexts of information seeking. Information processing and management. 39, 735-760.

Johnson, J. D. (2002). Researcher-practitioner relationships in consortia: The Cancer Information Services Research Consortium. AIC Journal of Business, 14, 2002.

Johnson, J. D. (2001). Success in innovation implementation. Journal of Communication Management, 5, 341-359.

Johnson, J. D., Andrews, J., & Allard, S. (2001). A model for understanding and affecting cancer genetics information seeking. Library & Information Science Research, 23, 335-349.

Johnson, J. D., Donohue, W. A., Atkin, C. K., & Johnson, S. H. (2001). Communication, involvement, and perceived innovativeness: Tests of a model with two contrasting innovations. Groups & Organization Management, 26, 24-52.

Johnson, J. D. (2000). Levels of success in implementing information technologies. Innovative Higher Education, 25, 59-76.

Johnson, J. D., & Chang, H. J. (2000). Internal and external communication, boundary spanning, innovation adoption: An over-time comparison of three explanations of internal and external innovation communication in new organization form. Journal of Business Communication, 37, 238-263.

Johnson, J.D., Chang, H. J., Pobocik, S., Meyer, M., Ethington, C., Ruesch, D., & Wooldridge, J. (2000). Functional work groups and evaluations of communication channels: Comparisons of six competing theoretical perspectives. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 6, http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue1/johnson.html.

Johnson, J. D. (1998). Frameworks for interaction and disbandments: A case study. Journal of Educational Thought, 32, 5-20.

Johnson, J. D., LaFrance, B. H., Meyer, M., Speyer, J. B., & Cox, D. (1998). The impact of formalization, role conflict, role ambiguity, and communication quality on perceived organizational innovativeness in the Cancer Information Service. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 21, 27-51.

Johnson, J. D., Meyer, M., Woodworth, M., Ethington, C., & Stengle, W. (1998). Information technologies within the Cancer Information Service: Factors related to innovation adoption. Preventive Medicine, 27, S71-83.

Susskind, A.M., Miller, V. D., & Johnson, J. D. (1998). Downsizing and structural holes: Their impact on layoff survivorÕs perceptions of organizational chaos and openness to change. Communication Research, 25, 30-65.

Johnson, J. D. (1997a). Factors distinguishing regular readers of breast cancer information in magazines. Women & Health, 26, 7-27.

Chang, H.J., & Johnson, J. D. (2001). Communication networks as predictors of organizational membersÕ media choices. Western Journal of Communication, 65, 349-369.

Johnson, J. D. (1997b). A frameworks for interaction (FINT) scale: Extensions and refinement in an industrial setting. Communication Studies, 48, 127-141.

Johnson, J. D., Meyer, M.E., Berkowitz, J. M., Ethington, C.T., & Miller, V. D. (1997). Testing two contrasting models of innovativeness in a contractual network. Human Communication Research, 24, 320-348.

Meyer, M., Johnson, J. D., & Ethington, C. (1997). Contrasting attributes of preventive health innovations. Journal of Communication, 47, 112-131.

Johnson, J. D., Meyer, M., Berkowitz, J., Ethington, C., Miller, V., Stengle, W., & Steverson, D. (1996). The role of a conference in integrating a contractual network of health services organizations. Journal of Business Communication, 33, 231-256.

Johnson, J. D., Donohue, W. A., Atkin, C. K., & Johnson, S. (1995a). A comprehensive model of information seeking: Tests focusing on a technical organization. Science Communication, 16, 274-303.

Johnson, J. D., Donohue, W. A., Atkin, C. K., & Johnson, S. (1995b). Differences between organizational and communication factors related to contrasting innovations. Journal of Business Communication, 32, 65-80.

Meischke, H., & Johnson, J. D. (1995). Women's selection of sources for information on breast cancer detection. Health Values, 19, 30-38.

Johnson, J. D., Donohue, W. A., Atkin, C. K., & Johnson, S. (1994). Differences between formal and informal communication channels. Journal of Business Communication, 31, 111-122.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1994a). Factors associated with adoption of mammography screening: Results of a cross-sectional and longitudinal study. Journal of Women's Health, 3, 97-105.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1994b). Women's preferences for cancer-related information from specific types of mass media. Health Care for Women International, 15, 23-30.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1993a). Cancer-related channel selection: An extension for a sample of women who have had a mammogram. Women & Health, 20, 31-44.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1993b). Differences in evaluations of communication sources by women who have had a mammogram. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 11, 83-101.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1993c). A comprehensive model of cancer-related information seeking applied to magazines. Human Communication Research, 19, 343-367.

Johnson, J. D. (1992a). Approaches to organizational communication structure. Journal of Business Research, 25, 99-113.

Johnson, J. D. (1992b). Technological and spatial factors related to organizational communication structure. Journal of Managerial Issues, IV, 190-209.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1992a). Cancer-related channel selection: A focus on women who have had a mammography. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22, 1879-1893.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1992b). Differences in evaluations of communication channels for cancer-related information. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 15, 429-445.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1992c). Mass media channels: Women's evaluation for cancer-related information. Newspaper Research Journal, 12, 146-159.

Johnson, J. D., Meischke, H., Grau, J., & Johnson, S. H. (1992). Cancer-related channel selection. Health Communication, 4, 183-196.

Johnson, J. D., & Oliveira, O. S. (1992). Communication factors related to closer international ties: An extension of a model in Brazil. The International Journal of Conflict Management, 3, 267-284.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1991a). Cancer information: Women's source and content preferences. Journal of Health Care Marketing, 11, 37-44.

Johnson, J. D., & Meischke, H. (1991b). Women's preferences for cancer information from specific communication channels. American Behavioral Scientist, 34, 742-755.

Hartman, R. L., & Johnson, J. D. (1990). Formal and informal group communication structures: An examination of their relationship to role ambiguity. Social Networks, 12, 127-151.

Johnson, J. D. (1990). Effects of communicative factors on participation in innovations. Journal of Business Communication, 27, 7-23.

Barnett, G. A., Oliveira, O. S., & Johnson, J. D. (1989). Multilingual language use and television exposure and preferences: The case of Belize. Communication Quarterly, 37, 248-261.

Hartman, R. L., & Johnson, J. D. (1989). Social contagion and multiplexity: Communication networks as predictors of commitment and role ambiguity. Human Communication Research, 15, 523-548.

Johnson, J. D., Oliveira, O. S., & Barnett, G. A. (1989). Communication factors related to closer international ties: An extension of a model in Belize. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 13, 1-18.

Johnson, J. D., & Oliveira, O. S. (1988a). A model of international communication media appraisal and exposure: A comprehensive test in Belize. World Communication, 17, 253-277.

Johnson, J. D., & Oliveira, O. S. (1988b). Program ratings and levels of TV exposure in Belize. Journalism Quarterly, 65, 497-500.

Johnson, J. D. (1987a). Development of the Communication and Physical Environment Scale. Central States Speech Journal, 38, 35-43.

Johnson, J. D. (1987b). A model of international communication media appraisal: Phase IV, generalizing the model to film. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 11, 129-142.

Johnson, J. D. (1987c). Multivariate communication networks. Central States Speech Journal, 38, 210-222.

Johnson, J. D. (1987d). Suggestions for stimulating research. ACA Bulletin, 59, 92-93.

Johnson, J.D. (1985). A model of social interaction: Phase II: Further tests in radio and television situations. Central States Speech Journal, 36, 62-71.

Johnson, J. D., & Smith, D. A. (1985). Effects of work dependency, response satisfaction and proximity on communication frequency. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 49, 217-231.

Johnson, J. D., & Tims, A. R. (1985). Communication factors related to closer international ties. Human Communication Research, 12, 259-273.

Fidler, L. A., & Johnson, J. D. (1984). Communication and innovation implementation. Academy of Management Review, 9, 704-711.

Johnson, J. D. (1984a). International communication media appraisal: Tests in Germany. In R. N. Bostrom (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 8(pps. 645-658). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Johnson, J. D. (1984b). A model of social interaction: Phase III: Tests in varying media situations. Communication Monographs, 51, 168-184.

Johnson, J. D. (1984c). Media exposure and appraisal: Phase II, tests of a model in Nigeria. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 12, 63-74.

Tims, A. R., & Johnson, J. D. (1984). Exogenous and endogenous communication orientations of Mexican elites. Communications, 10, 63-75.

Johnson, J. D. (1983a). A cross-national comparison of two alternative question wordings. Journal of Social Psychology, 120, 3-6.

Johnson, J. D. (1983b). The differential effects of television and radio on social interaction. Journal of the Arizona Communication and Theatre Association, 14, 19-26.

Johnson, J. D. (1983c). A test of a model of magazine exposure and appraisal in India. Communication Monographs, 50, 148-157.

Johnson, J. D. (1982a). The dimensionality of readership measures. Communication Research, 9, 607-616.

Johnson, J. D. (1982b). A model of social interaction: Tests in three situations. Central States Speech Journal, 33, 281-298.

Reynolds, E. V., & Johnson, J. D. (1982). Liaison emergence: Relating theoretical perspectives. Academy of Management Review, 7, 551-559.

Johnson, J. D. (1981). Effects of the order of presentation of evaluative dimensions for bipolar scales in four societies. Journal of Social Psychology, 113, 21-27.

Johnson, J. D., & Tims, A. R. (1981). Magazine evaluations and levels of readership: A cross-national comparison. Journalism Quarterly, 58, 96-98.

Other Publications

Johnson, J. D. (2014). Health information seeking behaviors: Have technological advances changed health information seeking for patients and providers. In J. T. Huber & S. Swogger (Eds.), Introduction to reference sources in the health sciences (6th ed.)(pp. 3-22). Chicago: Neal-Schuman.

Johnson, J. D. (2013). Achieving much by (appearing to be) doing as little as you can. Journal of Media Education, 4, 46-52.

Johnson, J. D., & Hoover, A. G. (2013). When people outside the organization need information: Strategically communicating with external stakeholders. In J. S. Wrench (Ed.), Workplace communication for the 21st century (Vol. 2).(pp.305-322).. Santa Barbara: Praeger.

Johnson, J. D., & Andrews, J. E. (2012). The evolving role of consumers. In R. L. Richesson & J. E. Andrews (Eds.), Clinical research informatics (pp. 95-112). London: Springer- V erlag.

Johnson, J. D. (2009). Information regulation in work-life: Applying the Comprehensive Model of Information Seeking to organizational networks. In T. D. Afifi & W. A. Afifi (Eds.), Uncertainty, information management, and disclosure decisions: Theories and applications (pp. 182-199). New York: Routledge.

Johnson, J. D. (2009). Profiling the likelihood of success of electronic medical records. In S. Kleinman (Ed.), The culture of efficiency: Technology in everyday life (pp. 124-141) New York: Peter Lang.

Johnson, J. D. (2005). Organizing for knowledge management: The Cancer Information Service as an exemplar. In R. J. Bali (Ed.), Clinical knowledge management: Opportunities and challenges (pp. 233-249). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Johnson, J. D., & Donohue, W. A. (2002). Coordination and organizational communication structure. In W. A. Donohue & L. L. Massi (Ed.) Communicating and connecting: Functions of human communication, 2nd ed .(pp. 187-202). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.

Cullen, P., Cottingham, P., Doolan, J., Edgar, B., Ellis, C., Fisher, M., Flett, D., Johnson, D., Sealie, L., Stoklmayer, S., Vanclay, F., & Whittington, J. (2001). Knowledge seeking strategies of natural resource professionals. Cooperative Research Centre for Freshwater Ecology: Technical Report 2/2001.

Johnson, J. D. (1999). Stimulating the use of information technology in support of information seeking. Symposium Proceedings of New Information Technology and the National Heart Attack Alert Program: Setting a five-year agenda (pp.29-30). Bethesda, MD: NIH Publication No. 99-4089.

Johnson, J. D. (1998). Workbook for organizational communication structure. E. Lansing, MI: Department of Communication.

Johnson, J. D., & Donohue, W. A. (1996) Coordination and organizational communication structure. In W. A. Donohue & D. Cai (Ed.) Communicating and connecting: The functions of human communication(pp. 251-276). Orlando, FL: Harcourt, Brace.

Johnson, J. D., & Johnson, S. H. (1990a). Handbook for Smoking Activity Volunteer Executed Survey (SAVES). American Cancer Society.

Johnson, J. D., & Johnson, S. H. (1990b). Recruiting Booklet for Smoking Activity Volunteer Executed Survey (SAVES). American Cancer Society.

Johnson, J. D. (1986). A comparison of communication gradients and of network analysis: Two alternative approaches for analyzing communication structure. Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management, 244-249.

Reviews

Johnson, J. D. (2008). A review of ÒGroopman, J. How DoctorÕs think.Ó Journal of Health Communication, 13(7), 715-717.

Johnson, J. D. (2001). Review of the book The innovatorÕs dilemma:When new technologies cause great firms to fail.Communication Education, 50, 85-87.

Johnson, J. D. (1998). Review of the book The measure of reality: Quantification and Western Society. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 84, 527-528.

Johnson, J. D. (1997). Review of the books The art of framing: Managing the language of leadership and Frame reflection: Toward the resolution of intractable policy controversies. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 83, 397-398.

Johnson, J. D. (1990). Review of the book Searching for health information: The Cancer Information Service model. Journal of Communication, 40, 139-140.

Johnson, J. D. (1988). STRUCTURE: A software review. Communication Education, 37, 172-174.

Johnson, J. D. (1987). UCINET: A software tool for network analysis. Communication Education, 36, 92-94.

Johnson, J. D. (1982). Review of the book Intercultural communication: A reader. In N. Jain (Ed.), International and intercultural communication annual (Volume VI, 80-81). Falls Church, VA: Speech Communication Association.

Technical Reports

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Kiyomiya, T., Ethington, C., & LaFrance, B. (1997). Network Analysis Report #7: Network Analysis for the period June 1996 to August 1996. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Kiyomiya, T., Ethington, C., & LaFrance, B. (1997). Network Analysis Report #8: Network Analysis for the period September 1996 to March 1997. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., LaFrance, B., Chang, H.-J., Kiyomiya, T., & Ethington, C. (1997). Technical Report #7: Analysis of the CISRC Program Project for the period June 1996 to September 1996. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., LaFrance, B., Chang, H.-J., Pobocik, S., Ethington, C., & Meyer, M. (1997). Final Report for the CISRC Network Analysis Project: Period October 1993 to March 1997. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., LaFrance, B., Kiyomiya, T., & Ethington, C. (1997). Technical Report #8: Analysis of the CISRC Program Project for the period September 1996 to March 1997. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Ethington, C., LaFrance, B., & Meyer, M. (1996). Network Analysis Report #6: Network Analysis for the period February 1996 to May 1996. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., LaFrance, B., Meyer, M., & Pobocik, S. (1996). Network Analysis Report #4: Network Analysis for the period March 1995 to June 1995. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., LaFrance, B., Meyer, M., Pobocik, S., & Ethington, C. (1996). Network Analysis Report #5: Network Analysis for the Period July 1995 to November 1995. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Ethington, C., LaFrance, B., Meyer, M., & Ethington, C. (1996). Technical Report #6: Analysis of the CISRC Project Network for the period February 1996 to May 1996. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Ethington, C., LaFrance, B., Meyer, M., & Pobocik, S. (1996). Technical Report #5: Analysis of the CISRC Project Network for the period July 1995 to November 1995. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Gantz, W., & Nossek, H. (with B. LaFrance). (1996). An evaluation of ICA's 46th annual conference. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Berkowitz, J., Ethington, C., Meyer, M., & Johnson, S. H. (1995). Network Analysis Report #1: Network Analysis for the Period October 1993 to March 1994. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Ethington, C., Meyer, M., & LaFrance, B. (1995). Network Analysis Report #2: Network Analysis for the Period April 1994 to September 1994. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., LaFrance, B., Pobocik, S. & Meyer, M. (1995a). Technical Report #3: Analysis of the CIS/Program Project Network for the Period November 1994 to February 1995. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Meyer, M., Pobocik, S., & LaFrance, B., (1995a). Technical Report #4: Analysis of the CIS/Program Project Network for the Period March 1995 to June 1995 and the Denver Conference. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., LaFrance, B., & Meyer, M. (1995b). Network Analysis Report #3: Network Analysis for the period November 1994 to February 1995. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Gantz, W., & Nossek, H. (with B. LaFrance). (1995). An evaluation of ICA's 45th annual conference. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., & Meyer, M. (1995a). Executive report for the Office of Admissions & Scholarships Network Analysis Project. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., & Meyer, M. (1995b). Technical report for the Office of Admissions & Scholarships Network Analysis Project. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Meyer, M., Chang, H.-J., Ethington, C., Pobocik, S. & LaFrance, B. (1995). Technical Report #2: Analysis of the CIS/Program Project Network for the Period April 1994 to September 1994. East Lansing, MI: Department of Communication, Michigan State University.

Johnson, J. D., Berkowitz, J., Ethington, C., & Meyer, M. (1994a). General Appendices to the Technical Reports. E. Lansing, MI: Dept. of Communication.

Johnson, J. D., Berkowitz, J., Ethington, C., & Meyer, M. (1994b). Technical Report #1: Analysis of the CISRC Program Project Network for the period October 1993 to March 1994. E. Lansing, MI: Dept. of Communication.

Miller, V. D., & Johnson, J. D. (1993). Report on the communication needs assessment (Rep. No.1). E. Lansing, MI: Dept. of Communication.

Convention Papers After 1995

Johnson, J. D. (2014). One shot messages: When once is enough. Poster 9 presented to American Academy of Communication in Healthcare Research and Teaching Forum, Orlando, FL.

Johnson, J. D. (2008). Oh, those blinking lights: Innovation and Communities of Practice. Paper presented to the American Academy of Communication in Healthcare Annual Conference, Madison, WI.

Johnson, J. D. (2008). Applying structural holes logic to researcher-practitioner relationships. Paper presented to the INSNA Annual Conference, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Johnson, J. D., Andrews, J., Case, D. O., & Allard, S. (2003). Genomics: The perfect information seeking research problem. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Annual Conference, San Diego.

Andrews, J. E., Johnson, J. D., & Allard, S. (2002). New perspectives and challenges of genetics information seeking. Paper presented to Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Case, D., Johnson, J. D., Andrews, J. E., & Allard, S. (2002). Avoiding, blunting, coping, and distracting: How not seeking information is addressed in information seeking models and theories. Poster presented to Information Seeking in Context (ISIC) Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.

Case, D., Johnson, J. D., Andrews, J. E., & Allard, S. (2002). How information seeking models and theories portray the avoidance of information. Top Three Paper presented to the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Seoul, South Korea.

Johnson, J. D. (2002). On contexts and information seeking. Paper presented to the National Communication Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Susskind, A. M., Schwartz, D. F., Richards, W. D., & Johnson, J. D. (2002). Thirty years of organizational communication network research at Michigan State University: 1968-1998. Paper present to International Network for Social Network Analysis Conference, New Orleans.

Allard, S., Johnson, J. D., & Andrews, J. (2001). A model for understanding and affecting cancer genetics information seeking. Paper presented to the American Society for Information Science and Technology Conference, Washington, D. C.

Chang, H. J., & Johnson, J. D. (1999). Organizational boundary spanners communication activities within a new organizational form. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Johnson, J. D., & Chang, H. J. (1999). An over-time comparison of three explanations of internal and external innovation communication in a new organizational form. Paper presented to the International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, Charleston, S.C.

Meyer, M., & Johnson, J. D. (1998). Innovation roles: From souls on fire to devilÕs advocates. Paper presented to the National Communication Association annual convention, New Y ork.

Chang, H.-J. & Johnson, J. D. (1997). Communication networks as predictors of social information processing. Paper presented to the Midwest Academy of Management, Ann Arbor, MI. (Published in electronic proceedings).

Kelley, K. M., Andrews, J., Case, D. O., Allard, S., & Johnson, J. D. (2003) Familial cancer in Appalachian genetic testing intentions. Poster presented to the National Society of Genetics Counselors meeting, Charlotte, N.C.

Chang, H.-J., Johnson, J. D., Cox, D., & Kiyomiya, T. (1997). The communication environment of the CISRC: External communication and boundary spanning. Paper presented to the International Communication Association annual convention, Montreal.

Johnson, J. D. (1997). A Framework for Interaction (FINT) scale: Extensions and refinements in an industrial setting Paper presented to the Midwest Academy of Management, Ann Arbor, MI. (Published in electronic proceedings).

Johnson, J. D., Bettinghaus, E., Woodworth, M., Fleisher, L. Ward, J. A. & Meyer, M. (1997). Lessons learned: Implications for theory and the practice of research on communication networks. Paper presented to the International Communication Association annual convention, Montreal.

Johnson, J. D., Ethington, C. Darrow, S.., & Lang, P. (1997). The Cancer Information Service in context. Paper presented to the International Communication Association annual convention, Montreal.

LaFrance, B., Johnson, J. D., Ethington, C., & Meyer, M. (1997). Studying the Cancer Information Service over-time. Paper presented to the International Communication Association annual convention, Montreal.

Meyer, M., Johnson, J. D., Cox, D., & Speyer, J. B. (1997). Perceptions of innovation characteristics: A study of three contrasting preventive health innovations. Paper presented to the Midwest Academy of Management, Ann Arbor, MI. (Published in electronic proceedings).

Pobocik, S., Johnson, J. D., Darrow, S., Muha, C., Thomsen, C., Steverson, D., Stengle, W., & Ward, J. A.(1997). Internal communication mechanisms within the Cancer Information Service. Paper presented to the International Communication Association annual convention, Montreal.

Meyer, M., & Johnson, J. D. (1997). The effects of weak ties on perceived organizational innovativeness and innovation characteristics. Paper presented to National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Il.

Ethington, C. T., Johnson, J. D., Marshall, A., Meyer, M., Chang, H.-J. (1996). Gender ratios in organizations: A comparative study of two organizations. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Johnson, J. D., Ethington, C., Meyer, M., & LaFrance, B. H. (1996). The development of the task interdependence scale: A tale of three studies. Paper presented at the Speech Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Johnson, J. D., LaFrance, B. H., Meyer, M., Speyer, J. B., & Cox, D. (1996). The impact of formalization, role conflict, role ambiguity, and communication quality on perceived organizational innovativeness in the Cancer Information Service. Paper presented at the Speech Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Johnson, J. D., Meyer, M., Woodworth, M., Ethington, C. T., Stengle, W., & Reusch, D. (1996). Perceptions of innovation characteristics: A study of four contrasting technological innovations. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Pobocik, S., Johnson, J. D., Chang, H.-J., Darrow, S., & Thomsen, C. (1996). The importance of planning for conference success: A case study involving the Cancer Information Service. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, San Diego, CA.