110 Ferguson Building
Specializations: Health Communication, Research Methods, Food Policy
Health and organizational communication, food policy, community engagement, and discourse analysis.
Presentations & Talks
Building Vibrant Food Systems for the 2014 TEDxGreensboro
Vibrant Food Systems Redux for the 2015 TEDxGreensboro
Eisenberg, E., Trethewey, A., LeGreco, M., & Goodall, H.L. (2016) Organizational Communication: Balancing Creativity and Constraint (8th edition). New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s.
LeGreco, M. & Douglas, N. (2017). Everybody eats: Carrying and disrupting narratives of food (in)security. Management Communication Quarterly. Retrieved from http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0893318916688092
LeGreco, M. (2012). Working with policy: Restructuring healthy eating practices and the Circuit of Policy Communication. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 40, 44-64.
LeGreco, M. & Canary, H. E. (2011). Enacting sustainable school-based healthcare: A communication-centered approach to policy and practice. American Journal of Public Health, 101, 431-437.
LeGreco, M. & Leonard, D. (2011). Building sustainable community-based food programs: Cautionary tales from The Garden. Environmental Communication, 5, 356-362.
LeGreco, M. & Tracy, S.J. (2009). Discourse tracing as qualitative practice. Qualitative Inquiry, 15, 1516-1543.
LeGreco, M., Ferrier, M., & Leonard, D. (2015). Further down the virtual vines: Managing community-based work in virtual public spaces. In M. Mervio (Ed.) Management and Participation in the Public Sphere (pp. 147-160). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
LeGreco, M. (2014). Discourse analysis. In J. Mills & M. Birks (Eds). Qualitative methodology: A practical guide(pp. 66-87). London: Sage.
LeGreco, M., Shaw, D., & Greene, S. (2014). Healthy eating on a budget: Negotiating tensions between two discourses. In T. A. Conroy (Ed.) Food and Everyday Life. New York: Lexington.
LeGreco, M., Leonard, D., & Ferrier, M. (2012). Virtual vines: Using participatory methods to connect virtual work with community-based practice. In S. D. Long (Ed.) Virtual work and human interaction (pp. 78-98). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
LeGreco, M. (2011). “Mama thinks I’m feeding you”: Using food rules to restructure school meal programs. In J. M. Cramer, C. P. Greene, & L. M. Walters (Eds.), Food as communication/communication as food (pp. 359-380). New York: Peter Lang.
LeGreco, M. (2016). Bangkok Café. Ethnosh. Retrieved from https://ethnosh.org/restaurant/us/nc/greensboro/bangkok-cafe
LeGreco, M. (2016). How deep is our “food insecurity”? More data would help. Greensboro News & Record. Retrieved from http://www.greensboro.com/opinion/columns/marianne-legreco-how-deep-is-our-food-insecurity-more-data/article_9c966354-52f1-586b-87bb-bfbe77c26c53.html
LeGreco, M. (2013). Making the most of communication technology. Eminent SEO Newsletter retrieved from http://www.eminentseo.com/blog/making-the-most-of-communication-technology/
LeGreco, M. (2012). Working with policy. Communication Currents, 7(1). Retrieved from http://www.natcom.org/CommCurrentsArticle.aspx?id=2159