James J. Bradac As Teacher, Researcher, and Role Model
James J. Bradac's scholarship contributed significantly to several domains of communication research. However, Bradac's legacy to the field also includes a personal element. He influenced the lives of many students and colleagues during a career exceeding 30 years. This article recounts the impact he had on the authors in their roles as students, advisees, and research assistants from 1975 to 1980 when he served on the faculty in the Communication Research Division of the Department of Speech and Dramatic Art at the University of Iowa.
Journal of Language and Social Psychology
Tardy, C. H.,
Hemphill, M. R.,
Crow, B. K.
(2006). James J. Bradac As Teacher, Researcher, and Role Model. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 25(1), 25-32.
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