Doctor/Ph.D member-Dr. Phillip Arceneaux (United States of America)

Dr. Phillip Arceneaux



Dr. Phillip Arceneaux / Institut de diplomatie publique

Phillip C. Arceneaux (Ph.D., University of Florida) is Assistant Professor of Strategic Communication at Miami University (of Ohio).

His research interests include political public relations, public diplomacy, computational propaganda, and international law and policy.

This interdisciplinary approach studies the growing political and regulatory uses and impacts of emerging communication practices on the governmental, defense, commercial and non-profit sectors. His work has been published in New Media & Society, Journal of International Communication, Journal of Public Affairs, Journal of Public Interest Communication and American Behavioral Scientist.

He also brings professional strategic communication experience spanning the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Naval Academy, Central Intelligence Agency and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's Project for Countering Influence Operations.


Peer-Reviewed Publications:


Labarca, C., Arceneaux, P., & Golan, G. J. (2020). The relationship management function of public

affairs officers in Chile: Identifying opportunities and challenges in an emergent market. Journal of Public Affairs, 20(3), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1002/pa.2080.


Golan, G. J., Manor, I., & Arceneaux, P. (2019). Mediated public diplomacy redefined: Foreign

stakeholder engagement via paid, earned, shared, and owned media. American Behavioral Scientist, 63(12), 1665-1683. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764219835279.


Tarasevich, S., Khalitova, L., Arceneaux, P., Myslik, B., & Kiousis, S. (2019). Ethnic Nationalism and Agenda Setting in Europe: Linking Agenda Setting, Agenda Building, and Agenda Indexing. The Agenda Setting Journal, 3(1), 23-42. https://doi.org/10.1075/asj.18014.tar.


Golan, G. J., & Arceneaux, P., Soule, M. (2018). The Catholic Church as a public diplomacy actor: An analysis of the Pope’s strategic narrative and international engagement. Journal of International Communication, 25(1), 95-115. https://doi.org/10.1080/13216597.2018.1517657.


Arceneaux, P. (2018). The public interest behind #JeSuisCharlie and #JeSuisAhmed: Social media and hashtag virality as mechanisms for western cultural imperialism. Journal of Public Interest Communication, 2(1), 1-23. https://doi.org/10.32473/jpic.v2.i1.p41.


Arceneaux, P., & Dinu, L. (2018). Teaching global competence in a digital age: Twitter and Instagram as potential tools for the internationalization of American curriculum. New Media & Society, 20(11), 4155-76. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444818768259.


Dinu, L., Auter, P. J., & Arceneaux, P. (2015). Gathering, analyzing, and implementing student

feedback to online courses: Is the Quality Matters rubric the answer? Istanbul Journal of Open and Distance Education (IJODE), 1(1), 15-28.


Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters:


Arceneaux, P. (In Press). U.S. international communication. In G. Borchard (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Journalism. (2nd ed.). New York, NY: SAGE.


Arceneaux, P., & Powers, S. (2020). International broadcasting: Public diplomacy as a game in a marketplace of loyalties. In N. Snow, & N. Cull (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy. (2nd ed., pp. 50-63). New York, NY: Routledge.


Arceneaux, P., & Borden, J., & Golan, G. J. (2019). The news management function of political public relations: A theoretical approach. In J. Strömbäck, & S. Kiousis (Eds.), Political Public Relations: Concepts, Principles and Applications (2nd ed., pp. 126-145). New York, NY: Routledge.


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