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Wedgworth-Specific Research

Perceptions and Attitudes: Analyzing Opinion Leaders in Relation to Genetically Modified Foods

  • Randolph, I. I., Levy, G., Rumble, J. N., & Carter, H. S. (2018). Perceptions and Attitudes: Analyzing Opinion Leaders in Relation to Genetically Modified Foods. Journal of Applied Communications, 102(4), 10.

 


The Influence of Problem Solving Style on Team Dynamics When Building Consensus

  • Lamm, A. J., Carter, H. S., Settle, Q., & Odera, E. (2016). The Influence of Problem Solving Style on Team Dynamics When Building Consensus. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension4(1), 18-31.

 


Bridging Water Issue Knowledge Gaps between the General Public and Opinion Leaders

  • Lamm, K. W., Lamm, A. J., & Carter, H. S. (2015). Bridging Water Issue Knowledge Gaps between the General Public and Opinion Leaders. Journal of Agricultural Education, 56(3), 146-161.

 


Opinion Leadership Development: Context and Audience Characteristics Count

  • Lamm, K. W., Lamm, A. J., & Carter, H. S. (2014). Opinion Leadership Development: Context and Audience Characteristics Count. Journal of Agricultural Education, 55(2), 91-105.

 


The mechanics of reflection: Methods and outcomes of reflection in an agricultural leadership program

  • Culbertson, A. L. (2013). The mechanics of reflection: Methods and outcomes of reflection in an agricultural leadership program. University of Florida.

 


The impact of organizational source and credibility and the factors that contribute to opinion leaders’ decisions to diffuse information

  • Chiarelli, C., Stedman, N., Carter, H., & Telg, R. (2010). The impact of organizational source and credibility and the factors that contribute to opinion leaders’ decisions to diffuse information. Journal of Southern Agricultural Education Research60, 104-117.

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The impact of organizational source credibility and the factors that contribute to opinion leaders’ decisions to diffuse information

  • Windham, C. C. (2009). The impact of organizational source credibility and the factors that contribute to opinion leaders’ decisions to diffuse information (Masters thesis, University of Florida).

 

Agricultural leadership development: From networking to application

  • Kaufman, E. K., & Carter, H. S. (2005). Agricultural leadership development: From networking to application. Journal of Leadership Education4(2), 66-75.

 


An evaluation of the Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources (No Link)

  • Carter, H. S., & Ladewig, H. W. (2004). An evaluation of the Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources. Unpublished manuscript, University of Florida, Gainesville.

 


Agricultural Leadership Programming Research

Evaluating Extension Based LeadershipDevelopment Programs in the Southern United States

  • Lamm, K. W., Carter, H. S., & Lamm, A. J. (2016). Evaluating Extension Based Leadership Development Programs in the Southern United States. Journal of Agricultural Education57(1), 121-136.


Agricultural Opinion Leader Communication Channel Preferences: An Empirical Analysis of Participants of Agricultural and Natural Resource Leadership Development Programs

  • Lamm, K. W., Rumble, J. N., Carter, H. S., & Lamm, A. J. (2016). Agricultural Opinion Leader Communication Channel Preferences: An Empirical Analysis of Participants of Agricultural and Natural Resource Leadership Development Programs. Journal of Agricultural Education57(1), 91-105.


Predicting leadership behaviors of participants in agricultural-based leadership development programs

  • Strickland, L. R. (2011). Predicting leadership behaviors of participants in agricultural-based leadership development programs (Doctoral dissertation, University of Florida).


Rural Leadership Development: A Synthesis of Research

  • Kaufman, E. K., & Rudd, R. D. (2007). Rural leadership development: A synthesis of research. Volume 5, Number 3-Winter 2006, 128.