""Persuasive Attacks on Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Primary (Lexington Books, 2017)
By William L. Benoit and Mark J. Glantz.

Persuasive Attacks on Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Primary investigates the nature of persuasive attacks on Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential primary campaign.

""Praeger Handbook of Political Campaigning in the United States, Volumes 1 & 2 (Praeger, 2016)
William L. Benoit, editor

This work peels back the curtain on how political campaigns influence America, covering everything from social media to getting to the Oval Office.

Part of the cover of "Reflect & Relate." Reflect & Relate: An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication, 4th Edition (Bedford/St. Martin’s Press, 2015)
By Steven McCornack

"Reflect & Relate is a very thorough, engaging, clearly written, visually interesting, and pedagogically brilliant textbook." — Virginia Hamilton, University of California, Davis

Part of the cover of "Interpersonal Communication and You." Interpersonal Communication and You: An Introduction (Bedford/St. Martin’s Press, 2015)
By Steven McCornack

A current and comprehensive overview of the discipline. An accessible approach draws on the best of classic and cutting-edge scholarship. Topics like online self-presentation and mediated communication competence are integrated with familiar areas such as active listening and intercultural competence.

Portion of the cover of the "Encyclopedia of Deception." Encyclopedia of Deception (Sage Publications, 2014)
By Timothy R. Levine

"A well-crafted, one-of-a-kind set comprising 360-plus entries on events, people, and theories related to the topic of deception. ... Suitable for both general and scholarly audiences, this well-laid-out, easily readable encyclopedia offers a rich array of resources. ... Overall, this rich, thoughtful, comprehensive resource makes for a fascinating browsing experience." — S. W. French, Illinois State University

Part of the cover of "Cchoices & Connections." Choices & Connections: An Introduction to Communication (Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 2014)
By Steven McCornack and Joseph Oritz

Based on decades of teaching experience combined with the latest in research and communication theory, Steve McCornack and Joseph Ortiz’s Choices & Connections helps students to transform their lives and become more adaptive and versatile communicators by revealing the connections that underlie all communication choices — and by showing how the outcomes students experience are rooted in the communication choices they make.

Part of the cover of Noverbal Communication. Nonverbal Communication: Studies and Applications (Oxford University Press, 6th edition, 2013)
by Nina-Jo Moore, Mark Hickson, and Don W. Stacks

"This well-organized text presents nonverbal communication research, theory, and application in a logical, easy-to-understand format." — Diana Nagy, University of Florida

Cover of Mass Media. Mass Media and Society in a Changing World (Cognella, 2010)
Minabere Ibelema, editor

A number of intertwined themes link the articles. The most important is the far-reaching impact of the libertarian philosophy on the development of the mass media — and the latter’s intersection with cultural transformation.

Part of the cover for Deviance and Crime. Deviance and Crime in Colleges and Universities: What Goes on in the Halls of Ivy (Charles C Thomas, 2009)
By Mark Hickson and Julian B. Roebuck

This book provides potential answers to reduce deviant behavior and crime in colleges and universities.