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Dr. Margaret Wills

Associate Professor of Communication
mwills@fairfield.edu
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 203
p: x2807

 

  • Wills, Maggie, ed. Communicating Spirituality in Health Care. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2009.
  • Barbagallo, Christina; Wills, Margaret; Simmons, Sarah; Davidson, Colleen; Bivona, Jaime. '“It looks so easy on TV”: Television’s influence on young women’s expectations for motherhood..' Florida Communication Journal 35.1 (2007): 15-22.
  • Wills, Maggie. 'Connection, action, and hope: An invitation to reclaim the “spiritual” in health care..' The Journal of Religion and Health 46.3 (2007): 423-436.
  • Wills, Margaret. 'Introduction: Reclaiming the spiritual in health care.' Communicating spirituality in health care.. Ed. Wills, Margaret. Hampton Press, 2007. 1/22/2009.
  • Wills, Maggie. 'In a different light: Accounts and the transformation of self in 12-step groups..' Communication in Recovery: Perspectives on Twelve-Step Groups. Ed. Eastland, Lynette; Herndon, Sandra; Barr, Jeanine. Hampton Press, 1999. 171-198.
  • Wills, Maggie. 'Talking our way out of the shadows: Toward an understanding of twelve- step groups..' Communication in Recovery: Perspectives on Twelve-Step Groups. Ed. Eastland, Lynette; Herndon, Sandra; Barr, Jeanine. Hampton Press, 1999. 263-284.