Parameswaran, Potter named to Journal of Communication editorial board
Herman B Wells endowed professor Radhika Parameswaran and professor Rob Potter accepted invitations to serve on the editorial board for the Journal of Communication. The Journal of Communication is the flagship journal of the International Communication Association.
Their four-year term begins in September. Dean Jim Shanahan is also a member of the board.
Parameswaran’s research interests focus on feminist cultural studies, gender and media globalization, South Asia and postcolonial studies.
Parameswaran also serves on the editorial boards of Communication, Culture & Critique; Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly; Critical Studies in Media Communication; Women’s Studies in Communication; Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies; and the Asian Journal of Communication. Her editorial board membership spans the official journals of three major academic organizations: the International Communication Association, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, and the National Communication Association.
Potter’s research focuses on the impact of auditory elements on information processing of media, psychophysiological measures as indicators of cognitive and emotional responses to media, and the concept of advertising clutter and its influence on information processing.
He also serves on the editorial boards of Communication Research; Media Psychology; Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications; and Communication Methods and Measures.