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Areas of Expertise: History and sociology of teen pregnancy; Media construction of social problems; History and philosophy of science
Contract Academic Staff
Areas of Expertise: Sound and culture; Electronic media art; Political economy of communication; Digital culture
Biography: Lewis Kaye received his PhD from the Joint Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture at York and Ryerson Universities in Toronto, where his dissertation explored the relationship between technology, space and the social organization of aural?
Professor Emeritus (Marketing)
Areas of Expertise: Global marketing; Marketing research, strategy and planning; Promotion, advertising and media; International trade; Government trade missions; Trade fairs; Markets and buyer behaviour, luxury brands and goods
Biography: Dr. Seringhaus holds a BA in Economics (first class), an MBA in Marketing and International Business, and a PhD in International Marketing from York University, Toronto. He won the George Edwards Gold Medal for Excellence in Graduate Studies and received?
Assistant Professor, Cultural Studies Co-ordinator
Areas of Expertise: internet research; new media; social media; virtual worlds; computer games; digital humanities; internet and society; internet and communications; communication infrastructures; communication technologies
(519) 884-1970 ext.4988
Assistant Professor (Marketing)
Areas of Expertise: marketing; consumer; product reviews; product ratings; online reviews; online ratings; online; social media; consumer; consumer behaviour; consumer behavior; identity; social influence; self-presentation; impression management; social network
Biography: Grant Packard ?
Associate Professor, Digital Media and Journalism
Areas of Expertise: Media and Democracy; Journalism and Children; Children’s Culture; Social Reproduction Theory
Biography: Since joining Laurier Brantford in 2005, Dr. Ferguson has taught in the Journalism and Contemporary Studies programs, and is currently Coordinator of the Journalism program. ?
(519) 756-8228 ext.5809
Associate Professor, Digital Media and Journalism / Religion and Culture
Areas of Expertise: Christianity and Culture; Religion and Media; Evangelicals and the News; Canadian Evangelicals
Biography: David's teaching and research focuses on religion in Canada, media in Canada, and religion AND media in Canada. He is currently studying growth and decline in Canada's churches. ?
Associate Professor and Director of LISPOP
Areas of Expertise: Political behaviour; Elections; Voting; Canadian politics; Media and politics
Areas of Expertise: Feminist media history Canadian communication history Gender and communication Media and moral regulation Television and media studies
Biography: My current SSHRC-funded research project investigates three women's magazines appearing in Canada in the early decades of the twentieth century: Canadian Home Journal, Everywoman's World, and Woman's Century. ?
Areas of Expertise: Religion and media; Religion and technology; Haiti/Haitian Vodou/Haitian diaspora; Citizen media (online social networking, blogging, etc.); Ubiquitous computing
Biography: My research is generally concerned with the intersection of media, technology and identity within the context of religious, social and cultural movements. Earlier research fell within the growing area of religion and media scholarship, an?
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