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Dr. David Alan Sapp

Professor of English
dsapp@fairfield.edu
p: x4025

 

Crabtree, R., Sapp, D., & Weissberg, R. (2014). ESL Students in the Public Speaking Classroom. Bedford/St. Martin’s.

Arendt, C., & Sapp, D. (2014). Analyzing resume content of military veterans during the transition to post-service employment. The Florida Communication Journal, 42(1), 45-60.

Zhang, Q., Andreychik, M., Sapp, D., & Arendt, C. (2014). The Dynamic Interplay of Interaction Goals, Emotion, and Conflict Styles: Testing a Model of Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Effects on Conflict Styles. International Journal of Communication. 8, 534-557

Sapp, D., Savage, G., & Mattson, K. (2013). Human Rights and Professional Communication. Guest Editors for Special Issue, Journal of Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization. 4(1). 139p. 

Zhang, Q., & Sapp, D. (2013). Psychological Reactance and Resistance Intention in the Classroom: Effects of Perceived Request Politeness and Legitimacy, Relationship Distance, and Teacher Credibility. Communication Education. 62(1), 1-25

Zhang, Q., & Sapp, D. (2013). Teacher Requests and Student Resistance in College Classrooms. Communication Currents, 8(1) 

Savage, G., & Sapp, D. (2010). In Case You Missed It: Selected Scholarship in the Discipline. Journal of Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization. 1(1), 91-98

Crabtree, Robbin, Sapp, David A., and Licona, Adela, Eds. (2009). Feminist Pedagogy: Looking Back to Move Forward. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Sapp, David A, & Zhang Qin. (2009). Trends in Industry Supervisor Feedback on Business Communication Internships. Business Communication Quarterly. 72(3), 274-288.

Zhang, Qin, & Sapp, David A. (2008). A Burning Issue in Teaching: The Impact of Perceived Teacher Burnout and Nonverbal Immediacy on Student Motivation and Affective Learning. Journal of Communication Studies. 1(2), 152-168.

Crabtree, Robbin D., Sapp, David A., Malespin, Alfonso, and Norori, Gonzalo. (2008). "Realizing the University Mission in Partnership with Nicaragua: Internationalization, Diversity, and Social Justice." Designing Globally Networked Learning Environments: Visionary Partnerships, Policies, and Pedagogies. Ed. Starke-Meyerring, Doreen; Wilson, M. Sense Publishers, 87-103.

Sapp, David A. (2007). "Teaching Business Communication in Nicaragua.' Business Communication Quarterly 70(2), 199-203.

Bowen, Betsy A., Sapp, David A., and Sargsyan, Nelly. (2006). "Resume Writing in Russia and the Newly Independent States." Business Communication Quarterly 69(2), 128-143.

Sapp, David A. (2006). "The Lone Ranger as Technical Writing Program Administrator." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 20(2), 200-219.

Simon, James L., and Sapp, David A. (2006). "Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom: Civic Journalism and the Freedom of Information Act." Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 61(3), 130-148.

Crabtree, Robbin D., and Sapp, David A. (2005). "Technical Communication, Participatory Action Research, and Global Civic Engagement: A Teaching, Research, and Social Action Collaboration in Kenya." Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service-Learning, and Community Literacy 4(2), 9-33.

Sapp, David A., and Simon, James L. (2005). "Comparing Grades in Online and Face-to-Face Writing Courses: Interpersonal Accountability and Institutional Commitment." Computers and Composition 22(4), 471-489.

Sapp, D. (2004). Global Partnerships in Business Communication: An Institutional Collaboration between the U.S. and Cuba. Business Communication Quarterly, 67(3), 267-280

Crabtree, R., & Sapp, D. (2004). Your Culture, My Classroom, Whose Pedagogy? Negotiating Effective Teaching and Learning in Brazil. Journal of Studies in International Education, 8(1), 105-132

Crabtree, R., & Sapp, D. (2003). Theoretical, Political, and Pedagogical Challenges in the Feminist Classroom: Our Struggles to Walk the Walk. College Teaching, 51(4), 131-140

Sapp, D., & Crabtree, R. (2002). A Laboratory in Citizenship: Service Learning in the Technical Communication Classroom. Technical Communication Quarterly, 11(4), 411-431