Faculty and Staff
Angela S Jacobs
Office: 1761 - Coleman Hall
Phone: 217-581-2016 (messages)
Fall 2013 Office Hours- MWF 9a-10a & 11a-12p; T & TH 10a-11a
Frequently Taught Courses
CMN2020 Communication Research Methods
CMN2630 Interpersonal Communication
CMN3710 Intercultural Communication
CMN5005 Qualitative Research Methods
CMN5150 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication
CMN5510 Interpersonal Communication
CMN5530 Intercultural Communication
Central States Communication Association
National Communication Association
For more information, please visit the Speakers Bureau Webpage.
Family Systems Theory
Social Construction Theory
PublicationsJacobs, A. (In press). A crisis in counseling: Questioning the role of crisis counselors in police departments. Health Communication.
Scholz, T. M., & Jacobs, A. (2012). Workplace incivility: An examination of “critical” discourse as
a means for (re)structuring an environment of hostility and defensiveness. Extended abstract accepted for continued work towards a book
titled Workplace Incivilities: Disciplining Diversity and Its Performance/Performative Consequences for Justice at Work.
Jacobs, A. (2012). Children as “invisible” communicators? Families negotiating voice and
voicelessness in organized youth sports. Currently under review withCommunication Studies.
Walus, S., & Jacobs, A. (2012). A cross-cultural comparison of space and place created
inThe Office (U.S. and U.K.): A relationship between a salesperson and a receptionist.
Currently under review with Communication, Culture, and Critique.
Jacobs, A. (2012). Enacting a sporting family identity: Ethnographic constructions of the
“good parent” in organized youth sports.
Conference PresentationsJacobs, A. (2103, Fall). "You're fine!: As a matter of fact you make this look easy." A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender (OSCLG), Houghton, MI.
Jacobs, A. (2011, Spring). Single mothers in the academic organization: Challenges to a healthy
work/family balance. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Central States
Communication Association, Milwaukee, WI.