Books and Articles

  • Books
  • Articles and Book Chapters

Dutta, M. (2008). Communicating health: A culture-centered approach.  London, UK: Polity Press.

Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (Eds).  (2008). Emerging perspectives in health communication: Meaning, culture, and power.  Taylor & Francis.

Harter, L., Dutta, M., & Cole, C. (2009). Communication for social impact: Engaging communication theory, research, and practice. Hampton Press.

Dutta, M. (in press). Communication social change: Structure, culture, agency. Taylor & Francis.

Kreps, G., & Dutta, M. (Eds). (in press). Communication and health disparities. Hampton Press.


Edited Journal Special Issues

Dutta, M. (Ed.). (2008). Health Marketing Quarterly, 25, 1/2. Special Issue on Media Strategy in Health Marketing, .

 

  • In Press
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • 2007
  • 2006
  • 2005
  • 2004
  • 2003
  • 2002 and earlier

Airhihenbuwa, C. O., & Dutta, M. J. (in press). New Perspectives on Global Health Communication: Affirming Spaces for Rights, Equity, and Voices. In R. Obregon & S. Waisbord (Eds.), Handbook of global health communication.

Basu, A., & Dutta, M. (in press). Born into Brothels: Neocolonial moves and unheard voices. Feminist Media Studies.

Bodie, G., Dutta, M., & Basu, A. (in press). Social disparities in online health use: The integrative model of e-health use. In A. Lazakidou & K. Siassiakos (Eds.), Handbook of research on distributed medical informatics and e-health. Hershey, PA: Medical Information Science Reference.

Dutta, M. (in press).  Communicative predictors of exercising: A strategic approach.  Health Communication

Dutta, M. (in press). Public relations in a global context: Postcolonial thoughts. In N. Bardhan & K. Weaver (Eds.), Public relations in global cultural contexts. Routledge.

Dutta, M. (in press). Cultural theories of health communication. In S. Littlejohn & K. Foss (Eds.), Encyclopedia of communication theory. Sage.

Dutta, M. (in press). Health communication: Current status and challenges. In J. Parker & E. Thorson (Eds.), Health care communication in the new media landscape. Springer Publishing Company.

Dutta, M. (in press). Afterword: The cultural constructions of HIV/AIDS. In M. U. D’Silva, J. L. Hart, & K. L. Walker (Eds.), Communicating about HIV/AIDS: Taboo topics and difficult conversations. Hampton Press.

Dutta, M. (in press). Health. In O. Patterson (Ed.), Cultural sociology of West, Central, & South Asia. Sage.

Dutta, M. (in press). Poverty. In O. Patterson (Ed.), Cultural sociology of West, Central, & South Asia. Sage.

Dutta, M. (in press). Prostitution. In O. Patterson (Ed.), Cultural sociology of West, Central, & South Asia. Sage.

Dutta, M. (in press). Science. In O. Patterson (Ed.), Cultural sociology of West, Central, & South Asia. Sage.

Dutta, M. (in press). AIDS. In O. Patterson (Ed.), Cultural sociology of West, Central, & South Asia. Sage.

Dutta, M., & Basu, A. (in press). Cultural theories of health communication. In T.
Thompson, J. Nussbaum, & R. Parrott (Eds.), Handbook of health communication. Routledge.

Dutta, M. J., & Bodie, G. (in press). Here’s to your health! Health information searches on the web. In A. Spink & M. Zimmer (Eds.), Web searching: Interdisciplinary perspectives.

Dutta, M., & Pal, M. (in press). The Internet as a site of resistance: The case of the Narmada Bachao Andolan. In S. Duhe, New media and public relations (pp. 203-215).  New York, NY: Peter Lang New York.

Dutta, M., Pfister, R., & Kosmoski, C. (in press). Consumer evaluation of genetic information online:  The role of quality on attitude and behavioral intentions. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication.

Jamil, R., & Dutta, M. (in press). Structural and cultural constructions of spirit healing in rural Bangladesh: A culture-centered approach. In D. L. Rubin & A. N. Miller (Eds.), Health communication and faith-based communities.

Kisselburgh, L., & Dutta, M. (in press). The construction of civility in multicultural organizations. In P. Lutgen-Sandvik, & B.D. Sypher (Eds.), The destructive side of organizational communication: Processes, consequences and constructive ways of organizing. London: Routledge.

Whitten, P, Dutta, MJ, Carpenter S, Bodie GD. (in press). News media and health care providers at the crossroads of medical adverse events. In: Henriksen K, Battles J, Keyes M, Grady ML, eds., Advances in patient safety: New directions and alternative approaches. Vol. 1, Assessment. AHRQ Pub. No. 08-0034-1. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Dutta, M. (2010). The critical cultural turn in Health Communication: Reflexivity, solidarity, and praxis. Health Communication, 25, 534-539.

Dutta, M., & Basnyat, I. (2010). The Radio Communication Project in Nepal: Culture, power and meaning in constructions of health. In L. K. Khiun (Ed.), Liberalizing, Feminizing and Popularizing Health Communications in Asia (pp. 151-76). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Dutta, M., & Pal, M. (2010). Dialogue theory in marginalized settings: A Subaltern Studies approach. Communication Theory.

Paek, H-J., Lee, A. L., Jeong, S-H., Wang, J., & Dutta, M. (2010). The emerging landscape of health communication in Asia: Theoretical contributions, methodological questions, and applied collaborations. Health Communication, 25, 1-8.

Sastry, S. J., & Dutta, M. J. (2010). Reading HIV/AIDS in the Indian Media: social, cultural and economic constructions. In L. K. Khiun (Ed.), Liberalizing, Feminizing and Popularizing Health Communications in Asia (pp. 59-76). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Thompson, T. L., Stephenson, M., Southwell, B., & Dutta, M. (2010). The nuts and bolts of publication in Health Communication. Health Communication, 25, 512-515.

Yehya, N., & Dutta, M. (2010). Health, religion, and meaning: A culture-centered study of Druze women. Qualitative Health Research.

Basu, A., & Dutta, M. (2009). Sex workers and HIV/AIDS: Analyzing participatory culture-centered health communication strategies. Human Communication Research, 35, 86-114.

Dutta, M.J., & Harter, L.M. (2009). Communicating for social impact in international contexts. In L.M. Harter & M. J. Dutta (Eds.), Communicating for social impact: Engaging communication theory, research, and practice (pp. 1-10). Creskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press.  

Dutta, M. (2009). Theorizing resistance: Applying Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak in public relations. In Ihlen, Ø., van Ruler, B., & Fredrikson, M. Social theory on public relations. Routledge.

Harter, L. M., Dutta, M. J., Ellingson, L., & Norander, S. (2009). The poetic is political…and other notes on engaged communication scholarship.  In L.M. Harter & M. J. Dutta (Eds.), Communicating for social impact: Engaging communication theory, research, and practice (pp. 33-46). Creskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press.  

Kim, I., & Dutta, M. J. (2009). Studying crisis communication from the subaltern studies framework: Grassroots activism in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Public Relations Research.

Basu, A., & Dutta, M. (2008). Participatory change in a campaign led by sex workers: Connecting resistance to action-oriented agency. Qualitative Health Research, 18, 106-119.

Basu, A., & Dutta, M. (2008). The relationship between health information seeking and community participation: The roles of motivation and ability. Health Communication, 23, 70-79.

Bodie, G., & Dutta, M. (2008).  A culture-centered approach to e-health literacy. Health Marketing Quarterly.

DeSouza, R., Basu, A., Kim, I., Basnyat, I., & Dutta, M. (2008). The paradox of “fair trade”: The influence of neoliberal trade agreements on food security and health. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 411-430).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

DeSouza, R., & Dutta, M. (2008). The Internet as a social network in health communication: The case of Saathii. Journal of Health Communication, 13, 326-3

Dutta, M. (2008). Participatory communication in entertainment education: A critical analysis. Communication for Development and Social Change: A Global Journal, 2, 53-72.

Dutta, M. (2008). A critical response to Storey and Jacobson: The co-optive possibilities of participatory discourse. Communication for Development and Social Change: A Global Journal, 2, 81-90.

Dutta, M. (2008). Health Marketing Quarterly Special Issue: Media strategy in health marketing. Health Marketing Quarterly.

Dutta, M., & Basnyat, I. (2008). Interrogating the Radio Communication Project in Nepal: The participatory framing of colonization. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 247-265).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dutta, M., & Basnyat, I. (2008). The Radio Communication Project in Nepal: A critical analysis. Health Education and Behavior.

Dutta, M., & Basnyat, I. (2008). A critical response to participatory hegemony. Health Education and Behavior.

Dutta, M., & Basu, A. (2008). Meanings of health: Interrogating structure and culture. Health Communication, 23, 560-572.

Dutta, M. J., Bodie, G. D., & Basu, A. (2008). Health disparity and the racial divide among the nation’s youth: Internet as an equalizer? In A. Everett (Ed.), MacArthur Foundation series on digital media and learning: Race and ethnicity (pp. 175-197). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Dutta, M., & DeSouza, R. (2008). Reconciling the past and present: Reflexivity in the critical-cultural approach to health campaigns. Health Communication, 23, 326-339.

Dutta, M., & Boyd, J. (2008). Turning “smoking man” images around: Portrayals of smoking in men’s magazines as a blueprint for smoking cessation campaigns.  Health Communication, 22, 253-263.

Dutta, M., & King, A. (2008). Communicative choices of the uninsured. Health Marketing Quarterly.

Dutta, M., & Zoller, H. (2008). Theoretical foundations: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches to health communication. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M.  (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 1-27).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dutta, M., & Zoller, H. (2008). Introduction: Popular discourse and constructions of health and healing. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 30-38).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dutta, M., & Zoller, H. (2008). Introduction: Culture in health communication. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M.  (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 147-154).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Pal, M., & Dutta, M. (2008). Public relations in a global context: The relevance of critical modernism as a theoretical lens. Journal of Public Relations Research, 20, 159-179. (Lead Article)

Pal, M., & Dutta, M. (2008). Theorizing resistance in a global context: Processes, strategies and tactics in communication scholarship. Communication Yearbook, 32, 41-87.

Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (2008). Introduction: Medical communication. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M.  (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 267-274).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (2008). Introduction: Communication and health policy. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M.  (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 358-364).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Zoller, H., & Dutta, M. (2008). Afterword: Emerging agendas in health communication and the challenge of multiple perspectives. In Zoller, H., & Dutta, M.  (Eds).  Emerging perspectives in health communication: Interpretive, critical and cultural approaches (pp. 449-463).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dutta, M. (2007). Communicating about culture and health: Theorizing culture-centered and cultural-sensitivity approaches. Communication Theory, 17, 304-328.

Dutta, M.  (2007).  Health information processing from television: The role of health orientation.  Health Communication, 21, 1-9. (Lead Article)
Dutta, M. (2007). The Ten Commandments of reviewing. Health Communication.

Dutta, M., & Basu, A. (2007). Health among men in rural Bengal: Approaching meanings through a culture-centered approach. Qualitative Health Research, 17, 38-48.

Dutta, M., & Basu, A.  (2007).  Centralizing context and culture in the co-construction of health: Localizing and vocalizing health meanings in rural India.  Health Communication, 21, 187-196.

Dutta, M., & Feng, H. (2007). Health orientation and disease state as predictors of online health support group use. Health Communication, 22, 181-189.

Dutta, M.  (2006).  Theoretical approaches to entertainment education: A subaltern critique.  Health Communication, 20, 221-231.

Dutta, M., & Bodie, G. (2006). Health orientation as a predictor of exercising: A psychographic approach. Social Marketing Quarterly, 12, 3-18. (Lead Article)

Dutta-Bergman, M. (2006). U.S. public diplomacy in the Middle East: A critical approach. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 30, 102-124. (Lead Article)

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2006). A psychographic approach to attitudes toward advertising: Utility and regulation.  Journal of Advertising Research, 46, 102-112.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2006). The antecedents of community-oriented Internet use: Community participation and community satisfaction. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11(1), article 5. http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol11/issue1/dutta_bergman.html.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2006). Motivation-based approaches to health uses of the Internet.  In R. Rice & M. Murerro (Eds.), The Internet and health care: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 83-105). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Dutta-Bergman, M., & Mattson, M.  (2006). Decomplexifying risk and crisis communication strategies in response to bioterrorism.  In S. Amass, & A. Chaturvedi, Advances in homeland security, Vol. 1 (pp. 11-36).  West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Madhavan, K.P.C., Dutta-Bergman, M.J., & Arns, L.L. (2006). Pedagogical e-learning frameworks using advanced 3D visualization for bio-terror crises communication training. In S. Amass, A. Chaturvedi, and S. Peeta. (eds.) Advances in Homeland Security. Vol. 2. Guiding Future Homeland Security Policy - Directions for Scientific Inquiry (pp. 33-53). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Zollinger TW, Saywell RM, Overgaard AD, Przybylski MJ, & Dutta-Bergman M. (2006). Anti-tobacco Media Awareness of Rural Youth Compared to Suburban and Urban Youth in Indiana. Journal of Rural Health, 22, 119-123.           

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Operation Iraqi Freedom: Mediated public sphere as a public relations tool.  Atlantic Journal of Communication, 13, 220-241.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005). Community participation and Internet use after 9/11: The theory of channel complementarity. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 11(2), Article 4, http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol11/issue2/dutta-bergman.html.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005). Developing a profile of consumer intention to seek out additional health information beyond a doctor: The role of communicative and motivation variables.  Health Communication, 17, 1-16. (Lead Article)

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005). A formative approach to strategic message targeting through soap operas: Using selective processing theory.  Health Communication, 19, 11-18.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  The readership of health magazines: The role of health orientation.  Health Marketing Quarterly, 22, 27-49.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Access to the Internet in the context of community participation and community satisfaction.  New Media and Society, 7, 89-109.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Idiocentrism, involvement, and health appeals: A social-psychological framework.  Southern Communication Journal, 70, 46-55.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005). The relationship among health orientation, provider-patient communication, and satisfaction: An individual difference approach.  Health Communication, 18, 291-303.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Psychographic profiling of fruit and vegetable consumption: The role of health orientation.  Social Marketing Quarterly, 11, 1-20.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Depression and News Gathering After September 11: The Interplay of Affect and Cognition.  Communication Research Reports.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Civil society and communication: Not so civil after all.  Journal of Public Relations Research, 17(3), 267–289.                         

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2005).  Theory and practice in health communication campaigns: A critical interrogation.  Health Communication, 18(2), 103–12. (Lead Article)

Dutta-Bergman, M, & Pal, M.  (2005).  Advertising and culture: American advertising in the eyes of Indian immigrants.  Journal of Communication Inquiry, 29, 1-20.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Reaching unhealthy eaters: Applying a strategic approach to media vehicle choice.  Health Communication, 16, 493-506.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  An alternative approach to social capital: Exploring the linkage between health consciousness and community participation.  Health Communication, 16, 393-409.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Describing volunteerism:  The theory of unified responsibility.  Journal of Public Relations Research, 16, 353-369.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Interpersonal communication after 9/11 via the telephone and the Internet: Theory of channel complementarity.  New Media and Society, 6, 661-675.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Poverty, structural barriers and health: A Santali narrative of health communication.  Qualitative Health Research, 14, 1-16.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  The unheard voices of Santalis: Communicating about health from the margins of India.  Communication Theory, 14, 237-263.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Developing a profile of consumer intention to seek out health information beyond the doctor.  Health Marketing Quarterly, 21, 91-112.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Primary sources of health information: Comparison in the domain of health attitudes, health cognitions, and health behaviors.  Health Communication, 16, 273-288.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  The impact of completeness and Web use motivation on the credibility of e-Health information.  Journal of Communication,54, 253-269.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Health attitudes, health cognitions and health behaviors among Internet health information seekers: Population-based survey.  Journal of Medical Internet Research, 6, e15.  Retrieved June 2, 2004, from http://www.jmir.org/2004/2/e15/index.htm

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  An alternative approach to entertainment education.  Journal of International Communication, 10, 93-107.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  Complementarity in consumption of news types across traditional and new media.  Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 48, 41-60.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2004).  A descriptive narrative of healthy eating: A social marketing approach using psychographics.  Health Marketing Quarterly, 20, 81-101.

Babrow, A., & Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2003). Constructing the uncertainties of bioterror: A study of U.S. news reporting on the anthrax attack of Fall, 2001.  In C. B. Grant  (Ed.), Rethinking communicative interaction: New interdisciplinary horizons (pp. 31-60).  Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins Press.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2003).  Health communication on the Web: The roles of web use motivation and information completeness.  Communication Monographs, 70, 264-274.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2003).  Trusted online sources of health information: Differences in demographics, health beliefs, and health-information orientation.  Journal of Medical Internet Research, 5, e21.  Retrieved June 2, 2004, from http://www.jmir.org/2003/3/e21/index.htm

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2003). Demographic and psychographic antecedents of community participation: Applying a social marketing model.  Social Marketing Quarterly, 9, 17-31.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2003).  The linear interaction model of personality effects in health communication.  Health Communication, 15, 101-115.

Dutta-Bergman, M., & Wells, W. D.  (2002).  The values and lifestyles of idiocentrics and allocentrics in an individualist culture.  Journal of Consumer Psychology, 12, 42-54.

Dutta-Bergman, M.  (2002).  Beyond demographic variables: Using psychographic research to narrate the story of Internet users.  Studies In Media & Information Literacy Education [an electronic journal], 2, 25 pages.

Dutta-Bergman, M., & Doyle, K.  (2001).  Money and meaning in India and Great Britain: Tales of similarities and differences.  American Behavioral Scientist, 45, 216-233.

Wan, F., Dutta-Bergman, M., & Doyle, K.  (2001).  Who consumes the print media: A psychological exploration of media use.  In D. Muehling (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Academy of Advertising, 119-127.

Dutta, M.  (2000).  Brides and grooms in the Indian marketplace: An analysis of Indian matrimonial ads.  In M. A. Shaver  (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Academy of Advertising, 136-140.

Dutta, M.  (2000). Integration of the information processing and experiential perspectives.  In M. A. Shaver  (Ed.), Proceedings of the American Academy of Advertising, 54-59.

Dutta, M., & Vanacker, B.  (1999).  The effect of personality on persuasive appeals in health communication.  In S. Hoch & R. Meyer (Eds.), Advances in Consumer Research, 42, 32-38.

Dutta, M., & Youn, S.  (1999).  Profiling healthy eating consumers: A psychographic approach to social marketing.  Social Marketing Quarterly, 5, 5-21.

Dutta, M.  (1998).  The metaphoric paradox of “City of Joy.”  Proceedings of The 13th Annual Red River Student Communication Conference.

 

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