Jody Koenig Kellas
Jody Koenig Kellas
Professor of Communication Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Family ties: Communicating identity through jointly told family stories
JK Kellas
Communication Monographs 72 (4), 365-389, 2005
Finding meaning in difficult family experiences: Sense-making and interaction processes during joint family storytelling
J Koenig Kellas, AR Trees
The Journal of Family Communication 6 (1), 49-76, 2006
Telling tales: Enacting family relationships in joint storytelling about difficult family experiences
AR Trees, JK Kellas
Western Journal of Communication 73 (1), 91-111, 2009
What's in a story? The relationship between narrative completeness and adjustment to relationship dissolution
JK Kellas, V Manusov
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 20 (3), 285-307, 2003
Communicated narrative sense-making: Understanding family narratives, storytelling, and the construction of meaning through a communicative lens
JK Kellas, HK Horstman
The Sage handbook of family communication, 76-90, 2014
The ex-files: Trajectories, turning points, and adjustment in the development of post-dissolutional relationships
JK Kellas, D Bean, C Cunningham, KY Cheng
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 25 (1), 23-50, 2008
Communicated narrative sense-making theory: Linking storytelling and well-being
JK Kellas
Engaging theories in family communication, 62-74, 2017
Narrative theories: Making sense of interpersonal communication
J Koenig Kellas
Engaging theories in interpersonal communication: Multiple perspectives 2 …, 2008
“Say something instead of nothing”: Adolescents’ perceptions of memorable conversations about sex-related topics with their parents
A Holman, J Koenig Kellas
Communication Monographs 85 (3), 357-379, 2018
Family legacies: Constructing individual and family identity through intergenerational storytelling
B Thompson, JK Kellas, J Soliz, J Thompson, A Epp, P Schrodt
Narrative Inquiry 19 (1), 106-134, 2009
“Instead of Growing Under Her Heart, I Grew in It”: The Relationship Between Adoption Entrance Narratives and Adoptees' Self-Concept
H Kranstuber, JK Kellas
Communication Quarterly 59 (2), 179-199, 2011
Giving voice to the silence of family estrangement: Comparing reasons of estranged parents and adult children in a nonmatched sample
K Carr, A Holman, J Abetz, JK Kellas, E Vagnoni
Journal of Family Communication 15 (2), 130-140, 2015
Exploring links between well-being and interactional sense-making in married couples' jointly told stories of stress
J Koenig Kellas, AR Trees, P Schrodt, C LeClair-Underberg, EK Willer
Journal of Family Communication 10 (3), 174-193, 2010
Sense-making, socialization, and stigma: Exploring narratives told in families about mental illness
E Flood-Grady, J Koenig Kellas
Health communication 34 (6), 607-617, 2019
Transmitting relational worldviews: The relationship between mother–daughter memorable messages and adult daughters’ romantic relational schemata
JK Kellas
Communication Quarterly 58 (4), 458-479, 2010
High school adolescents' perceptions of the parent–child sex talk: How communication, relational, and family factors relate to sexual health
A Holman, JK Kellas
Southern Communication Journal 80 (5), 388-403, 2015
Accounting for lesbian-headed families: Lesbian mothers' responses to discursive challenges
J Koenig Kellas, EA Suter
Communication Monographs 79 (4), 475-498, 2012
Motherhood as contested ideological terrain: Essentialist and queer discourses of motherhood at play in female–female co-mothers' talk
EA Suter, LM Seurer, S Webb, B Grewe Jr, J Koenig Kellas
Communication Monographs 82 (4), 458-483, 2015
Narrating family: Introduction to the special issue on narratives and storytelling in the family
JK Kellas
Journal of Family Communication 10 (1), 1-6, 2010
Making sense of hurtful mother-in-law messages: Applying attribution theory to the in-law triad
CE Rittenour, JK Kellas
Communication Quarterly 63 (1), 62-80, 2015
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