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Associate Professor, Digital Media and Journalism; Society, Culture, and Environment; Cultural Analysis and Social Theory; Social Justice and Community Engagement (Sabbatical 2014-2015)
Areas of Expertise: Digital media and culture; Social media; Political economy of communication; Privacy; Surveillance; Digital media and journalism
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Areas of Expertise: political communication (Canada, UK); alternative and radical media; social movements and media (including social media); journalism and print communication (versus digital media); post-secondary issues (Canada, UK)
Biography: Dr. Pimlott has taught communication and cultural studies at four different higher education institutions in Greater London, UK, while doing freelance editorial work and conference organizing. ?
Assistant Professor, Cultural Studies Director
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
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Areas of Expertise: discourse analysis; queer theory; cultural studies; critical intimacy theory; privilege; critical race theory; non/monogamy; non-monogamies; polyamory; polygamy; adultery; public sphere theory; mixed race identity; hybridity; social media; digital culture; digital intimacies; hashtags; research methods
Biography: My work centres the Study of Discourse, Politics and Identity; I track flows of discourse as they move in and out of the public sphere influencing both individual and group identities, embodiments and politics (both within cultural groupings and?