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  • Ofori-Parku, S. S. & Koomson, P. (2023). Corporate sustainability as a hegemonic discourse of Globalization: Nomination, predication, and perspectivization strategies in Tullow Oil’s communication. Public Relations Review, 49(1), 102275.
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2022). “Because of how I was raised, you buy organic:” A discursive psychology of how consumers make sense of organic foods beyond the reason-intuition distinction.” Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing.
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. & Park, S-E. I (2022). I (don’t) want to consume counterfeit medicines: exploratory study on the antecedents of consumer attitudes toward counterfeit medicines. BMC: Public Health, 22, 1094. Doi: 10.1186/s12889-022-13529-7
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2022). Fighting the global counterfeit medicines challenge: A consumer-facing communication strategy in the US is an imperative. Journal of Global Health12. Doi: 10.7189/jogh.12.03018
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2021). When public and business interests collide: an integrated approach to the altruism-instrumentalism tension and corporate social responsibility theory. Journal of Media Ethics36(1), 2-19. Doi: 10.1080/23736992.2020.1857254
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2020). Fifty years after surgeon general’s report: worldviews, cultural cognition and cigarette smoking risk perceptions in the U.S. Health, Risk & Society, 22(2), 156-176. Doi: 10.1080/13698575.2020.1769566 
  • Thompson, E. E. & Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2020). Advocacy and mobilizing for health policy change: Ghanaian news media’s framing of a prescription opioid crisis. Health Communication, 1-12.  Doi:10.1080/10410236.2020.1808403
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. & Botwe, K. (2020). “This is (not) journalism”: corruption, subterfuge, and metajournalistic discourses on undercover journalism in Ghana. Journalism Studies21(3), 1-18. Doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2019.1664928
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. & Moscato, D. (2018). Hashtag activism as a form of political action: a qualitative analysis of the #BringBackOurGirls campaign in Nigerian, U.K., and U.S. press. International Journal of Communication12, 23.
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2018). Tacit knowledge and risk perceptions: Tullow Oil and lay publics in Ghana’s offshore oil region. Public Understanding of Science27(2), 197-213. Doi: 10.1177/0963662516685488
  • Sheehan, K. & Ofori-Parku, S. (2016). chemical (free) reactions: exploring colloquial understanding of the term “chemical free” and subsequent consumer attitudes. Journal of Research for Consumers, (30), 9.
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2016). “Whale deaths” are unnatural: a local NGO’s framing of offshore oil production risks in Ghana. Science Communication, 38(6), 1-29.
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. & Steeves, H.L. (2016). Discovery channel’s Jungle Gold in Ghana: hegemonic globalization sparks resistance and policy action. Media, Culture, & Society, 38(2), 248-264. Doi: 10.1080/17447143.2015.1050030
  • Ofori-Parku, S.S. (2014). Reality effect or media effect? Television’s molding of the environmental sanitation agenda in Ghana. African Journalism Studies, 35(2), 59-76. Doi: 10.1080/02560054.2014.919944