Jill Tyler (PhD, University of Iowa) is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department
of Communication Studies at the University of South Dakota.
Interpersonal and Relational Communication, Health Communication, Popular Culture/Cultural
Studies, Communication Research, and Communication Theory
Dr. Tyler studies adult friendships and social networks as they are constituted through
societal structures, with a particular focus on intersections of relational communication,
health, technology, and social class.
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- Tyler, Jill. Media Clubs: Social Class and Critical Media Studies. In Critical Studies in Communication and Society, edited by Cao, J., Mosco, V., & Shade, L. R. , 80-97..
- Tyler, Jill, Hearns, MD, Valerie, Wallenberg, Brian, Hall, MD, Jeremy, and Bertsch, Kim. Asthma Exacerbation (Adult), Blended Simulation. Washington, DC: MedEd Portal Publications, 2014.
- Tyler, Jill. Media clubs: Social class and the shared interpretations of media texts. Southern Journal of Communication, 2010.
- Tyler, Jill. The future of relational communication: Interrogating the social, economic, and financial
forces that influence personal and social relationships. Kentucky Journal of Communication, 2009.
- Tyler, Jill. Friendship, talk and taste: The interpretation of books in social networks. In Reading the readers, edited by A. Lang . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
- Tyler, Jill. Weak Ties and Social Networks - Old and New (It's Complicated, Alone Together, Personal
Connections in the Digital Age, and Reclaiming Conversation). Hoboken, NJ: Journal of Communication - Wiley Publishing.
- Pochop, Kayla, and Tyler, Jill. Physicians' Use of Compliance Gaining. Sioux Falls, SD: South Dakota Medicine.
- Prentice, Carolyn, and Tyler, Jill. That Woman who Married my Brother! The Problematic Sibling-in-Law's Influence on Adult
Sibling Closeness. Iowa: Iowa Journal of Communication.