Kim White-Mills, PhD is in the Department of Communication Studies at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Dr. White-Mills has a PhD in Organizational Communication from Ohio University. She is involved in the study of organizational communication, women and communication in various settings, and the concept of incivility.
C201, C282, C380, C382, C383, G310, G480, C580
DeWine, S., Eicholtz, M., & White-Mills, K. D. (2017). Training and development (IE0C27 ed.).
Refereed Journal Articles
Cash, R. & White-Mills, K. (co-first authors), Crowe, R., Rivard, M., & Panchal, A. (2018). Workplace incivility among nationally certified EMS professionals and associations with workforce-reducing factors and organizational culture. Prehospital Emergency Care. https://doi.org/10.1080/10903127.2018.1502383
Davidson, R., Dobris, C. A., White-Mills, K. D. (2018). What makes a “bad” mom “bad”?: A critical review of Lewis and Moore’s, Bad Moms. Women and Language, 41(2), 171-173.
Dobris, C. A., White-Mills, K., Davidson, R., & Wellbrook, T. (2017). The Spockian mother: Images of the “good” mother in Dr. Spock’s The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care, 1946–1992. Communication Quarterly, 65(1), 39-59. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/TBRR4eCW8YRmbJQIAYww/full
DeWine, S., Eicholtz, M., & White-Mills, K. (2016). Training and development. International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. Wiley-Blackwell & ICA.
My academic interests include, but are not limited to women’s leadership, intergroup dialogue, research methods, and organizational communication. Some of my research can be located in publications such as: