Juliana Fernandes, Assistant Professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, holds a Ph.D. in Mass Communication and a Master of Arts in Political Communication from the University of Florida. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos in Brazil. Dr. Fernandes' research has been published in the Journal of Advertising, International Journal of Advertising, Journal of Current Issues in Advertising, Mass Communication & Society, Journal of Public Relations Research, Journalism, American Behavioral Scientist, American Journal of Media Psychology, and in several book chapters in edited collections. Her work has also been competitively selected for presentation at the AEJMC, the American Academy of Advertising, the Broadcast Education Association, and the American Political Science Association conferences. Dr. Fernandes' research interests focus on two areas: (1) uses and effects of negative information in persuasive communication messages and (2) how social and traditional media are used as a strategic tool during political campaigns.
CAD114 - Principles of Advertising
STC200 - Advertising Strategy Development
CAD312 - Research Methods for Advertising
STC434 - Advertising Campaigns (Fall 2015)
CPR632 - Seminar in Public Relations and Political Campaigns (Fall 2012)
University of Florida; Ph.D. in Mass Communication, 2010
University of Florida; M.A. Political Campaigning, 2007
Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos - Unisinos/Brazil; B.A. Journalism, 2002
Segev, S., Fernandes, J. & Hong, C. (2016). Is your product really green? A content analysis to reassess green advertising. Journal of Advertising, 45 (1), 85-93.
Fernandes, J. & Shumow, M. (online first). Framing politics in transnational communities: Spanish-language immigrant media and election coverage in South Florida. Journalism: Theory, practice and criticism.
Sweetser, K. D., English, K., & Fernandes, J. (2015). Super PACs and strong relationships: The impact of digital interaction on the political organization-public relationship. Journal of Public Relations Research, 27 (2), 101-117. *Lead paper
Segev, S., Fernandes, J., & Wang, W. (2015). The effects of gain vs. loss message framing and point of reference on consumer responses to green advertising. Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising, 36 (1), 35-51.
Segev, S., Wang, W., & Fernandes, J. (2014). The effects of ad-context congruency on responses to advertising in blogs: Exploring the role of issue involvement. International Journal of Advertising, 33 (1), 17-36.*Lead paper
Fernandes, J. (2013). Effects of negative political advertising and message repetition on candidate evaluation. Mass Communication & Society,16 (2), 268-291.
Painter, D. L., Fernandes, J., & Miles, M. A. D. (2011). The effects of interest group advertising and partisan stereotypes on candidate races: Is same-sex marriage the defining civil rights issues of the new millennium? American Journal of Media Psychology, 4 (1-4), 63-79.
Kaid, L. L., Fernandes, J., & Painter, D. (2011). Effects of political advertising in the 2008 presidential campaign. American Behavioral Scientist, 55 (4), 437-456.
Fernandes, J., Giurcanu, M., Bowers, K. W., & Neely, J. C. (2010). The writing on the wall: A content analysis of college students’ Facebook groups for the 2008 presidential election. Mass Communication & Society, 13 (5), 653-675.