“Technology Maintenance: Building a Theoretical Framework for the 21st Century Digital Divide,” is at 12:20 p.m. Feb. 3.
She presented “A New Climate Reality: The Exogenous Events in Influencing Newsworthiness in the Philippines,” Jan. 27.
Applicants should avoid talking to fast, referring to notes and over-explaining, professors suggest.
“What’s Your Emergency? Digital Media, Emergency and Research Design” is at 12:20 p.m. Jan. 20 in Franklin Hall 310.
The paper is “Challenges of conducting survey research related to a social protest movement: Lessons learned from a study of Gezi protests involving the Turkish diaspora in three European countries.”
The Grant-in-Aid of Doctoral Research Award will support his work.
Media School research presentations will take place most Fridays in Franklin Hall.
Investigative stories that originate through sources and have a wide variety of sources have a better chance of accomplishing policy results.
He is author of “History,” an entry in The International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy.
MSCH-M413 Global Media Issues class has been accepted to The Role of Technology in International Relations program.