Mathias Aboba

Mathias Aboba

Mathias Aboba

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Health communication, culture and communication, intercultural and intergroup communication.

Selected Publications

Aboba, M., & Montgomery-vestecka, G. (2023). Group boundary salience and nonaccommodation between healthcare workers and community members in Ghana. Language & Communication, 99, 101569.

Awoonor-Williams, J. K., Phillips, J. F., Aboba, M., Vadrevu, L., Azasi, E., Tiah, J. A. Y., & Kachur, S. P. (2022). Supporting the Utilization of Community-Based Primary Health Care Implementation Research in Ghana. Health Policy and Planning.

Aboba, M. (2021). Seeking New Understanding of Primarycare Policy Constraints: A Qualitative Assessment of Health Workers and Community Perspectives on the Role of Communication in the Implementation of Ghana‘s National Community Health Policy. James Madison University Scholarship Commons. (Master’s Thesis).

Awoonor-Williams, J. K., Baffoe, P., Aboba, M., Ayivor, P., Nartey, H., Felker, B., & Biney, A. A. (2020). Exploring conscientious objection to abortion among health providers in Ghana. International perspectives on sexual and reproductive health, 46, 51-59.

Awoonor-Williams, K., Baffoe, P., Aboba, M., Ayivor P., Nartey, H., Felker, B., Van der Tak, D., Biney, A. (May, 2019). Providers’ Attitudes and Experiences with Referral for Legal Abortion in Light of Conscience-based Objection to Abortion Care in Ghana. Poster presented at Population Association of America (PAA).