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Phillip C Arceneaux (PhD)

Dr. Phillip Arceneaux (University of Florida) is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Communication at Miami University in Ohio. He researches political public relations and public diplomacy, with supplemental interests in international law, technology policy, and cybersecurity.

His work merges political communication and technology policy to develop public policy solutions to issues posed by digital communication infrastructure, such as disinformation, computational propaganda, and influence operations. Dr. Arceneaux has consulted with several agencies across the U.S. federal government as well as the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.



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Arceneaux, P. (2018). The Public Interest Behind #JeSuisCharlie and #JeSuisAhmed: Social Media and Hashtag Virality as Mechanisms for Western Cultural Imperialism. The Journal of Public Interest Communications, 2(1), 41.

Golan, G. J., Arceneaux, P. C., & Soule, M. (2018). The Catholic Church as a public diplomacy actor: an analysis of the pope’s strategic narrative and international engagement. The Journal of International Communication, 25(1), 95–115.


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.


Labarca, C., Arceneaux, P. C., & 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.

Arceneaux, P. (2021). Information intervention: A taxonomy and typology for government communication. Journal of Public Diplomacy, 1(1): 5-35.

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