This page lists some of my peer-reviewed publications. Some of the links will take you to ResearchGate.
Co-edited book with Lei Zhang: Affect, Emotion, and Rhetorical Persuasion in Mass Communication. Routledge, 2019. https://www.routledge.com/Affect-Emotion-and-Rhetorical-Persuasion-in-Mass-Communication/Zhang-Clark/p/book/9780815374398
Clark, Zhang, and Roth (forthcoming.) “What’s trending in the Chinese Google Books corpus? A Google Ngram analysis of the Chinese language area (1950-2008)”
“Resonanzfähigkeit: Resonance Capability in Luhmannian Systems Theory.” Kybernetes. Dec 2019.
“Modernization and the Noble/Common Distinction: Reading Modern Literature through Luhmannian and Foucauldian Lenses.” Systems Research and Behavioral Science. Dec 2019.
Roth, S., Santonen, T., Heimstädt, M., Clark, C., Trofimov, N., Kaivo-Oja, J., . . . Sales, A. (2019). Government.com? Multifunctional cabinet portfolio analysis of 201 national governments. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 32(6), 621-639. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337022683_Governmentcom_Multifunctional_cabinet_portfolio_analysis_of_201_national_governments
Futures of a distributed memory. A global brain wave measurement (1800-2000) . (2017) Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 118: 307-323
The Fashionable Functions Reloaded. An Updated Google Ngram View of Trends in Functional Differentiation (1800-2000) . In book: Research Paradigms and Contemporary Perspectives on Human-Technology Interaction. Publisher: IGI-Global. Editor: Anabela Mesquita
Book Introduction: Heartfelt Reasoning, or Why Facts and Good Reasons are Not Enough . Affect, Emotion, and Rhetorical Persuasion in Mass Communication. Routledge, 2019
Grass-mud horse: Luhmannian systems theory and internet censorship in China . May 2017. Kybernetes 46(5). DOI: 10.1108/K-02-2017-0056
“Such a Vision of the Street as the Street Hardly Understands”: Jonathan Swift, T. S. Eliot, and the Anti-Pastoral. (2000) Erfurt Electronic
Studies in English . http://webdoc.sub.gwdg.de/edoc/ia/eese/artic20/clark/4_2000.html
“The Mock Research Paper.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 36.1 (Sept 2008): 47-49.
“Surely Teaching Hypertext in the Composition Classroom Qualifies as a Feminist Pedagogy?” Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments 6.2 (2001).
“Hypertext Theory and the Rhetoric of Empowerment: A Feminist Alternative.” Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments 7.3 (2002).
Clark, C. (2001). Othermindedness: The Emergence of Network Culture (Book Review). Rhetoric Review, 20(3/4), 394-397.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation:
Clark, C. L. (2002). Hypertextual ways of knowing: Mapping the intersections of hypertext theory, feminist epistemology, and feminist rhetoric (Order No. 3069354). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (305457312). Also available here: Repository @ TWU.