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LYNNE M. WEBB
Florida International University
Department of Communication Arts
11200 SW 8th Street, VH 212
Miami, FL 33199

Cell Telephone 479.283.5680
Private FAX 479.439.4637
EMail LynneWebb320@cs.com

EDUCATION
PhD
MS
BS

1980, University of Oregon, Communication Theory
1975, University of Oregon, Communication Theory
1972, Pennsylvania State University, Community Development

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Applied communication, especially computer-mediated communication, health communication,
communication training/pedagogy, as well as communication and aging.
Relational communication, especially social media, marital and family communication, as well as issues of
race and gender in social interactions.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2013-present
1999-2013
1991-1999
1986-90
1980-86
1978-80
1974-78
1972-74

Professor, Florida International University.
Professor, University of Arkansas, with tenure (on-leave AY 2013-14).
Associate Professor, University of Memphis, with tenure.
Associate Professor, University of Florida, with tenure.
Assistant Professor, University of Florida, on tenure-track.
Instructor, Berea College (Kentucky).
Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of Oregon.
Field Representative, East Central Illinois Area Agency on Aging.

HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS
Listed in current edition of Marquis’ Who’s Who in America.
Top Research Paper Awards
2012 & 2010, Language and Social Interaction, Southern States Communication Association
2009 & 2005, Interpersonal Communication, Southern States Communication Association
2007 & 2006, Gender Studies, Southern States Communication Association
1998, Communication Theory, Southern States Communication Association
1990, Family Communication Division, National Communication Association
1986, Communication and Aging Commission, National Communication Association

Research and Service Awards
2014 & 2000, Outstanding Communication Theory Scholar, Southern States Communication Association
2012, Master Researcher, University of Arkansas Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences
2010, Presidential Citation for Outstanding Service, National Communication Association
2001, Outstanding Gender Studies Scholar, Southern States Communication Association
1997, SSCA Outreach Award, for facilitating the success of underrepresented populations in the discipline

Teaching Awards
1999, American Communication Association Excellence in Teaching at the Master’s Level
1998-99, U. of Memphis Briggs Award for Undergraduate Teaching (awarded to top 1% of faculty)
1989-90, Univ. of Florida College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (awarded to top 3% of faculty)
1986-87, Univ. of Florida Alpha Lambda Delta (freshman honorary)
1985-86, Univ. of Florida College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (awarded to top 3% of faculty)
1983-84, Univ. of Florida College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (awarded to top 1% of faculty)
1983-84, Univ. of Florida College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (awarded to top 1% of faculty)

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PUBLICATIONS
<Full text downloads of most publications available at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lynne_Webb/>

Book Published and In-Press
4. Sahlstein, E., & Webb, L. M., in press. A communicative perspective on the military: Messages,
strategies, meanings. New York: Peter Lang Publishers. [Contracted for 2014 publication]
3. Webb, L. M. & Wright, K. B., in press. Computer mediated communication in personal
relationships 2.0. New York: Peter Lang Publishers. [Contracted for 2014 publication]
2. Dickson, F. C., & Webb, L. M., Eds. (2012). Communication for families in crisis: Theories,
methods, strategies. New York: Peter Lang Publishers. [ISBN-13: 978-1433111020;
see http://www.peterlang.com/download/datasheet/65553/datasheet_311101.pdf]
1. Wright, K. B., & Webb, L. M., Eds. (2011). Computer mediated communication in personal
relationships. New York: Peter Lang Publishers. [ISBN-10: 1433110814 & ISBN-13: 9781433110818; see
http://www.peterlang.com/download/datasheet/59673/datasheet_311082.pdf]
Chapters in Scholarly Volumes
29. Gibson, D. M., & Webb, L. M., in press. The ADHD-diagnosed child: Does family
communication environment and perceived child care options contribute to the decision to
medicate? In L. N. Olson & M. A Fine, Ed., Examining the darkness of family
communication: The harmful, the morally suspect, and the socially inappropriate. New
York: Peter Lang Publishers.
28. Webb, L. M., in press. Families online: The good, the bad, and the ugly. In C. J. Bruess, Ed.,
Families in a Digital Age. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
27. Webb, L. M., Son, M. S., & Amason, P., in press. U.S. women’s communication with
heterosexual partners about sexual discrepancies: Conflict avoidance, de-escalation
strategies, facilitators to conversation. In J. A. Samp, Ed., Communicating in interpersonal
conflict in close relationships: Contexts, challenges, and opportunities. London: Routledge.
26. Berek & Webb, L M., in press. Enacting resistance: Military parents reports of successful
communication with children during deployment. In E. Sahlstein & L. M. Webb, Eds., A
communication perspective on the military. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
25. Lee, B., S., & Webb, L. M., in press. Mommy bloggers: Who they are, what they write about,
and how they are shaping motherhood in the 21st century. In A. Martinez, Ed., Challenging
social norms and gender marginalization in a transitional era. Lanham, MD: Lexington
Books (Division of Rowman & Littlefield Publishing).

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Chapters in Scholarly Volumes Continued
24. Bradley, A. M., Ford, C. A., Lawrence, P., & Webb. L. M., in press. Hyperconnectivity on
political campaign websites: A case study of 2008 U. S. presidential race early in the
primary season. In D. Cheok, Ed., Hyperconnectivity and the future of Internet
communication. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers. [Scheduled for publication in 2015]
23. Warford, E. M., & Webb, L. M., in press. Mothers’ reports of challenging conversations with
their adopted children: Performing motherhood in talk. In A. E. Kinser, K. FreehlingBurton, T. Hawkes, Eds., Performing motherhood. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press.
[Scheduled for publication in 2015]
22. Webb, L. M., Ledbetter, A., & Norwood, K. M. (2014). Families and technologically-assisted
communication. In L. H. Turner & R. West, Eds., Sage handbook of family communication
(p. 354-369). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
21. Webb, L. M., & Toller, P. W. (2014). Communicative coping with ambiguous death: The
search for answers, consolation, acceptance. In E. D. Miller, Ed., Stories of complicated
grief: A critical anthology (p. 174-193). Washington, DC: National Association of Social
Workers Press.
20. Pennington, D. C., & Webb, L. M. (2013). Decision making in dual-career couples: A
replication and extension. In S. Marrow & D. Leoutsakas, Eds., More than blood: Today’s
reality and tomorrow’s vision of family (p. 70-82). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
19. Webb, L. M., & Wang, Y. W. (2013). Techniques for sampling on-line data sets. In W. C. Hu
& N. Kaabouch, Eds., Big data management, technologies, and applications (p. 95-114).
Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers [ ISBN13: 9781466646995, ISBN10: 1466646993,
EISBN13: 9781466647008; see http://www.igi-global.com/book/big-data-managementtechnologies-applications/77404].
18. Stiffler, E. E., Webb, L. M., & Duvall, A. C. (2013). The effects of family communication
environment on viewers’ identification with and evaluation of television family
communication models. In D. Macey & K. M. Ryan, Eds., Television and the self:
Knowledge, identity and media (p. 99-118). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
17. Webb, L. M., & Wang, Y. X. (2013). Techniques for analyzing blogs and micro-blogs. In N.
Sappleton, Ed., Advancing research methods with new technologies (p. 183-204). Hershey,
PA: IGI Global Publishers [ISBN13: 9781466639188, ISBN10: 1466639180].
16. Boupha, S., Grisso, A. D., Morris, J., Webb, L. M., & Zakeri, M. (2013). How college students
display ethnic identity on Facebook. In R. A. Lind, Ed., Race/Gender/Media: Considering
diversity across audiences, content, and producers (3rd ed.) (p. 107-112). Boston, MA:
Pearson. [ISBN-10:0205006108]
15. Webb, L. M., Thompson-Hayes, M., Chang, H. C., & Smith, M. M. (2012). Taking the
audience perspective: Online fan commentary about the brides of Mad Men and their
weddings. In A. A. Ruggerio, Ed., Media depictions of brides, wives, and mothers (p. 223235). Lanham: MD: Lexington. [ISBN 9780739177082 ; see http://alenaruggerio.com/]

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Chapters in Scholarly Volumes Continued
14. Amason, P., Webb, L. M., & Agee, P. K. (2012). College students’ descriptions of conflicts
during safer sex talk: Managing challenging, intimate conversations. In K. L. Walker, J. L.
Hart, & M. U. D’Silva, Eds., Communicating about HIV/AIDS: Taboo topics and difficult
conversations (p. 141-164). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. [ISBN-13: 9781612890852]
13. Webb, L. M., Chang, H. C., Hayes, M. T., Smith, M. M., & Gibson, D. M. (2012). Mad Men
dot com: An analysis of commentary from online fan websites. In J. C. Dunn, J. Manning, &
D. Stern, Eds. Lucky strikes and a three-martini lunch: Thinking about television's Mad Men
(p. 226-238). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
12. Lee, B. D., & Webb, L. M. (2012). The ICC (identity, content, community) theory of blog
participation. In R. A. Lind, Ed., Producing theory: The intersection of audiences and
production in a digital world (p. 177-193). New York: Peter Lang Publishers. [ISBN:
9781433115196]
11. Gibson, D. M., & Webb, L. M. (2012). Grounded-theory approaches to research on virtual
work: A brief primer. In S. D. Long (Ed.), Virtual work and human interaction research:
Qualitative and quantitative approaches (p. 160-175). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers.
[ISBN10:146660963]
10. Webb, L. M., Fields, T. E., Boupha, S., & Stell, M. N. (2012). U. S. political blogs: What
channel characteristics contribute to popularity? In T. Dumova & R. Fiordo, Eds., Blogging
in the global society: Cultural, political, and geographic aspects (p. 179-199). Hershey, PA:
IGI Global Publishers. [ISBN10: 1609607449, EISBN13: 9781609607456]
9. Webb, L. M., Wilson, M. L., Hodges, M., Smith, P. A., & Zakeri, M. (2012). Facebook: How
college students work it. In H. S. Noor Al-Deen & J. A. Hendricks (Eds.), Social media:
Usage and impact (p. 3-22). Lanham: MD: Lexington Books (Division of Rowman &
Littlefield Publishing). [ISBN 9780739167298]
8. Johnson, K. B., & Webb, L. M. (2012). Death of a child: Mothers’ accounts of their interactions
with their surviving children. In F. C. Dickson & L. M. Webb (Eds.), Communication for
families in crisis: Theories, methods, strategies (p. 127-150). New York: Peter Lang
Publishers. [ISBN-13: 978-1433111020]
7. Webb, L. M., & Dickson, F. C. (2012). Families in crisis: Effective communication for
managing unexpected, negative events. In F. C. Dickson & L. M. Webb (Eds.),
Communication for families in crisis: Theories, methods, strategies (p. 1-26). New York:
Peter Lang Publishers. [ISBN-13: 978-1433111020]
6. Webb, L. M., & Lee, B. S. (2011). Mommy blogs: The centrality of community in the
performance of online maternity. In M. Moravec, Ed., Motherhood online: How online
communities shape modern motherhood (p. 244-257). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK:
Cambridge Scholars Publishing. [ISBN-10: 1443829137 & ISBN-13: 978-1443829137]

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Chapters in Scholarly Volumes Continued
5. Hans, M. L., Lee, B. D., Tinker, K. A., & Webb, L. M. (2011). Online performances of gender:
Blogs, gender-bending, and cybersex as relational exemplars. In K. B. Wright & L. M.
Webb, Eds., Computer mediated communication in personal relationships (p. 302-323).
New York: Peter Lang Publishers. [ISBN-10: 1433110814 & ISBN-13: 978-1433110818]
4. Webb, L. M. (2008). Compliance-gaining strategies for HIV/AIDS talk: College students’
suggestions for initiating conversations with potential sex partners. In M. U. D’Silva, J.
Hart, & K. L. Walker, Eds., HIV/AIDS prevention and health communication (p. 174-196).
Newcastle, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. [ISBN 10: 1-84718-866-4]
3. Amason, P., & Webb, L. M. (2007). Interpersonal communication issues in conversations about
sexually transmitted diseases. In K. B. Wright (University of Oklahoma) & S. D. Moore
(California State University, Fresno), Eds., Applied Health Communication: A Sourcebook
(p. 313-340). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton. [ISBN: 1572737336]
2. Webb, L. M., Walker, K. L., Bollis, T. S., & Hebbani, A. G. (2003). Perceived parental
communication, gender, and young adults’ self-esteem: Male, female, and universal path
models (p. 197-224). In Williams, M. R. & Backlund, P., Eds., Readings in Gender
Communication. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. [ISBN-10: 0534581137 ISBN-13:
9780534581138]
1. Webb, L. M., Schreiner, J. M., & Asmuth, M. V. (1995). Maintaining effective interaction
skills. In R. A. Huntley & K. S. Helfer, Eds., Communication in Later Life (p. 159-179).
Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann. [ISBN 075069534X, 9780750695343]
Articles in International, National, and Regional Refereed Journals
32. Holt, S. I., Webb, L. M., Kropp, P. L., Hans, M. L., Conty, M., Chorley, S. K., & Wilson, M.
L. (2013). Marital communication of needs, wants, and desires: Requests that function as
effective and ineffective persuasive strategies. The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta: The Art of
Persuasion, Beautiful and Just, 98(2), 21-41.
31. Thompson-Hayes, M., Gibson, D. M., Scott, A. T., & Webb, L. M. (2009). Professorial
collaborations via CMC: Interactional dialectics. Computers in Human Behavior, 25, 208216. [See http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0747563208001763]
30. Webb, L. M. (2008). Communication and commitment in close, personal relationships:
Selecting the research reports. Southern Communication Journal, 73, 1-3.
29. McGehee, C. D., & Webb, L. M. (2008). Communication training as described by independent
practitioners: A first look. American Communication Journal, 10 (2). <http://acjournal.org/journal/vol2/Iss3/editorials/webb.htm>.

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Chapters in Scholarly Volumes Continued
28. Thompson-Hayes, M., & Webb, L. M. (2008). Documenting mutuality: Testing a dyadic and
communicative model of marital commitment. Southern Communication Journal, 73, 143159.
27. Webb, L. M., Walker, K. L., & Bollis-Pecci, T. S. (2004). Feminist pedagogy in the teaching
of research methods. International Journal of Social Research and Methodology, 7, 415428.
Articles in International, National, and Regional Refereed Journals
26. Thompson-Hayes, M., & Webb, L. M. (2004). Commitment under construction: A dyadic and
communicative model of marital commitment. Journal of Family Communication, 4, 249-260.
25. Liou, C. H., & Webb, L. M. (2004). Influence of audience members’ cultural backgrounds on
perceived typicality of filmed portrayals: A preliminary study using American Beauty.
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 33, 201-213.
24. Acoach, C. L., & Webb, L. M. (2004). The influence of language brokering on Hispanic
teenagers’ acculturation, academic performance, and nonverbal decoding skills: A
preliminary study. Howard Journal of Communications, 15, 1-19.
23. Webb, L. M., Bourgerie, A. J., Shaper, M. W., Johnson, K. B., Dubbs, K. L., Mountain, K. N.,
Harp, K. K., & Walker, A. M. (2004). Gender and diversity in family communication: A
content analysis of the four undergraduate textbooks. Journal of Family Communication, 4,
35-52.
22. Webb, L. M., Allen, M. W., & Walker, K. L. (2002). Feminist pedagogy: Identifying basic
principles. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6, 67-72.
21. Webb, L.M., & Thompson-Hayes, M. (2002). Do popular collegiate textbooks in interpersonal
communication reflect a common theory base? A telling content analysis. Communication
Education, 51, 210-224.
20. Amason, P., Gibson, D. M., Allen, M. W., & Webb, L. M. (2002). Family medical leave act:
Its communicative impact on families and employers. Communication Law Review, 4.
<http://commlawreview.org/Archives/v4i1/Family%20and%20Medical%20Leave%20Act.p
df>
19. Walker, K. L., Arnold, C. L., Miller-Day, M., & Webb, L. M. (2001). Investigating the
physician-patient relationship: Examining emerging themes. Health Communication, 14, 45-68.
18. Webb, L. M. (2001). A modest beginning: From the latest online to a 1995 mainstay. Journal
of Family Communication, 1, 191-192.
17. Webb, L. M. (2001). Thoughtful critique of the right stuff: A plan for staying on top of family
communication information. Journal of Family Communication, 1, 21-24.
16. Webb, L. M. (2000). Legacy. American Communication Journal, 3 (3). <http://acjournal.org/journal/vol3/Iss3/editorials/legacy.html>.

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Articles in International, National, and Regional Refereed Journals
15. Webb, L. M. (2000). The professor as colleague. American Communication Journal, 3 (2).
<http://ac-journal.org/journal/vol3/Iss2/articles/webb.html>.
14. Webb, L. (1999). Do job seekers in our discipline need home pages? American Communication
Journal, 2(3) <http://ac-journal.org/journal/vol2/Iss3/editorials/webb.htm>.
13. Whitchurch, G. G., & Webb, L. M. (1995). Applied family communication research: Casting
light upon the demon. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 23, 239-246.
12. Lanza-Kaduce, L., & Webb, L. (1992). Perceived parental communicative and adolescent selfesteem: Predictors of academic performance and drop-out rates. ACA Bulletin, 82, 1-12.
11. Asmuth, M. V., & Webb, L. (1990). Nursing home residents’ participation in a creative
communication course: The influence of age, activity, and regular attendance. Journal of
Applied Gerontology, 9, 266-282.
10. Webb, L. (1990). Research in communication and aging: The challenge of studying process.
Journal of Applied Communication Research, 18, 1-7.
9. Webb, L. (1989). A program of public speaking training: One consultant’s approach. Southern
Communication Journal, 55, 72-86.
8. Webb, L., Delaney, J. J., & Young, L. R. (1988). Age, interpersonal attraction, and social
interaction: A review and assessment. Research on Aging, 11, 107-123.
7. Nimocks, M. J. A., Webb, L., & Connell, J. R. (1987). Communication and the
terminally ill: A theoretical model. Death Studies, 11, 323-344.
6. Webb, L., Holmes, A. E., & Freeman, K. E. (1987). Applied interpersonal
communication: Skills for working with older clients. Hearing Instruments,
38 (3), 22-28.
5. Webb, L. (1986). Eliminating sexist language in the classroom. Women’s Studies in
Communication, 9, 21-29.
4. Webb, L., & Lane, J. L. (1986). Peer facilitation as practicum. Communication Education, 35,
163-166.
3. Webb, L. (1985). Common topics of conversation between young adults and their
grandparents. Communication Research Reports, 2, 156-163.
2. Webb, L. (1985). Interpersonal communication and aging: Components for an instructional unit.
Gerontology/Geriatrics Education, 5, 25-35.
1. Webb, L., Wulkan, J. B., Kricos, P. B., & LaPointe, L. L. (1985). Gerontological training for
speech-language pathologists: An initial assessment of the need and benefits.
Gerontology/Geriatrics Education, 6, 37-49.

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Refereed Articles in State Journals
8. Gibson, D. M., & Webb, L. M. (2013). Encounters with attractive strangers: A metaphor
analysis of memorable questions in initial interactions. Pennsylvania Communication
Annual, 69, 83-101.
7. Scott, T. M., Webb, L. M., & Amason, P. (2012). Professionally accomplished women’s
perceptions of father-daughter communication: An exploratory study. Iowa Journal of
Communication, 44(1), 64-92. [Special issue on Communication and the Family].
6. Thompson-Hayes, M., Gibson, D. M., Webb, L. M., Nelson, L., Smith, M. M., & Walker, A. M.
(2010). College students’ perceptions of fictional television families: Perceived realism and
potential for emulation. Kentucky Journal of Communication, 28 [Special issue on the
Future of Relational Communication]. Available at
http://www.kycommunication.com/jenniferpdf/Thompson.pdf
5. Moberly, R. B., & Webb, L. (1987). Perspectives on dispute resolution and
communication. Florida Speech Communication Journal, 15 (2), 25-32.
4. Webb, L. (1987). Generating sayables: Talk for awkward moments. Journal of Communication
Studies, 6, 1-4.
3. Webb, L., & Howay, J. (1987). The efficacy of public speaking training for employees: A
preliminary study. Virginia Journal of Communication, 8, 31-44.
2. Webb, L. (1986). Developing a unit or course on communication and aging. Florida Speech
Communication Journal, 14 (1), 2-9. [Special issue on Pedagogy for the Class on
Communication and Aging].
1. Webb, L. (1984). Mediated images of elders: An exercise in the case study of prime time TV.
Florida Speech Communication Journal, 12 (1), 24-32.
Book Review Essay in Refereed National Journal
1. Webb, L. M., Lieberman, D. A., Nimocks, M. J. A., & Roberts, K. W. (1996).
Socially constructing the aging experience: A review essay on the Handbook of
Communication and Aging Research. Health Communication, 8, 367-387.

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PUBLICATIONS CONTINUED
Other Publications:
Book Foreword, Encyclopedia Entries, Newsletter Articles, and Teaching Materials
14. Webb, L. M. & Amason, P., in press. STD and HIV prevention. In T. L. Thompson (Ed.), The
encyclopedia of health communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
13. Webb, L. M., Ledbetter, A., & Norwood, K. M., in press. Technology. In J. K. Golson (Ed.), The
social history of American families: An encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
12. Webb, L. M. (2013). Foreword to User behavior in ubiquitous online environments, edited by Jean-Eric
Pelet and Peggy Papadopoulou (pp. xii-xiii). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishing.
[ISBN13: 9781466645660, ISBN10: 1466645660, EISBN13: 9781466645677 ]
11. Webb, L. M. (2012). Social networking: Facebook. In M. Kosut & G. J. Geoffrey (Eds.), The Sage
encyclopedia of gender in media (pp. 359-361). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [ISBN: 9781412990790 ]
10. Webb, L. M., & Lee, B. D. (2012). Blogs/blogging. In M. Kosut & G. J. Geoffrey (Eds.), The Sage
encyclopedia of gender in media (pp. 24-26). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [ISBN: 9781412990790 ]
9. Webb, L. M., & McGehee, C. (2002). Negotiating the academic job contract. Women in
Higher Education, [a three-part series] 11.9 (Sept.), p. 30-31; 11.10 (Oct.), p. 30-31; & 11.11 (Nov.),
p. 29-31.
8. Webb, L. M. (1997). Convention financing: Theft or misunderstanding. Connections, Winter, p. 4, 9 10.
7. Webb, L. (1996). Proactive collegiality: Stalking the demon where he lives. Spectra, June, p. 13-15 and
Connections, Summer, p. 1, 4, 6-8.
6. Webb, L. M. (1995). A proactive stance. Connections, Fall, p. 1, 4.
5. Webb, L. (1989). A student-devised evaluation form. The Speech Communication Teacher, Spring, p. 5-7.
4. Webb, L. (1987). Topical bibliography on communication and aging. Resources in Education, 21 (4), 45
(Abstract. ERIC Document No. ED 276086).
3. Webb, L. (1986). The analogy speech. The Speech Communication Teacher, Fall, p. 2.
2. Webb, L. (1981). Communication and aging. Spectra, Nov., p. 4.
1. Webb, L. (1981). Pedagogical strategies for communication and aging. Resources in Education, 16 (4),
42 (Abstract. ERIC Document No. ED 194944).

INVITED LECTURES AT UNIVERSITY COLLOQUIA
-Social media literacy. California State Univ. at San Bernadino, Keynote Address at annual Media Literacy
Conference, May 2013.

-Safer-Sex Talk. University of Missouri, Department of Communication Colloquium, April 2013.
-Family communication environments: Their ultimate impact on children in adulthood. Hong Kong Baptist
University, University Distinguished Lecture Series, March 2010. Poster and power point of presentation:
http://www.comm.hkbu.edu.hk/cmcr/Event/20100319_Lynne%20Webb.html
http://www.comm.hkbu.edu.hk/cmcr/Event/20100319_Lynne%20Webb/FCE[1].2-Webb.pdf
-Developing original communication theory. Univ. of Denver, Dept. of Communication Studies, May 2006.
-Communication between grandparents and their college-aged grandchildren. Florida State University, College
of Communication, April 1991
-Communication between parents and their college-aged children. Univ. of Hawaii, Dept. of Speech, Oct. 1990.
-Successful aging: Using communication to ride waves of change. Univ. of South Florida, Dept. of
Communication, Feb. 1988.


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