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Zavyalova Natalya

Zavyalova Natalya
Associate Professor
Ural Federal University
Russian Federation

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Dr. Nancy Snow

Dr. Nancy Snow
Professor
Emeritus of Communications
California State University,
Fullerton USA

Biography :

Tokyo-based author, speaker & advisor to government and private industry Professor Emeritus of Communications, California State University, Fullerton Global Educator (20+ years university/college professor in five countries) Global Speaker (150+ invited public speaking engagements) Global Media Analyst (400+ media interviews) Ph.D., International Relations, American University School of International Service, Washington, D.C. 10 books on foreign policy; media and public relations; propaganda; public diplomacy 70 scholarly articles and book chapters 150+ print and online journalism articles Opinion Writer (Essays in LA Times, New York Times, Guardian, Japan Times) Blogger,

 Biography
Research Interest :

Persuasive Communications, Global Media, Mass Media History and Philosophy, Political Communications, Opinion Writing, and International Communications

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R. S. ZAHARNA

R. S. ZAHARNA
Professor
School of Communication Affiliate,
School of International Service ,
American University, USA

Biography :

R.S. Zaharna is a Professor of Public Communication in the School of Communication and affiliate associate professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington, D.C. She specializes in intercultural and international strategic communication. Her public diplomacy research interests are in culture and relational approaches (networks and collaboration). In addition to more than twenty years of teaching strategic communication, she has advised on communication projects for multinational corporations, governments, and international organizations, including the United Nations, World Bank, and NATO. Since 9/11 she has testified on several occasions before the US Congress and has addressed diplomatic audiences and military personnel in the United States and Europe on strategic communication and public diplomacy. She has authored numerous articles and more than a dozen book chapters, including three for major handbooks: Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy (2008), The Global Public Relations Handbook: Theory, Research, and Practice, (Routledge, 2009), and Sage Handbook on Intercultural Communication Competence (2009). Her recent book, Battles to Bridges: U.S. Strategic Communication and Public Diplomacy after 9/11, discusses the United States communication efforts aimed at winning hearts and minds in the Arab and Islamic publics. Zaharna is a Fulbright Scholar (West Bank 1996-1997). She received her undergraduate degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and master’s and doctorate degrees in communication from Columbia University

 Biography
Research Interest :

culture and relational approaches

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Amit M Schejter

Amit M Schejter
Professor
Department of Communication Studies
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Beer-Sheva
Isreal

Biography :

1986 - Ll.B - Law-Hebrew University, Jerusalem
1991 - M.S - Mass Communication - Boston University, Massachusetts
1995 - Ph.D - Communication Law & Policy, Rutgers University, New Jersey

 Biography
Research Interest :

My studies introduce novel approaches to the relationship between media and democracy (Schejter, 2013; Schejter, 2009a; Schejter, 2007), to the developing relationship between democracy and new media (Schejter & Tirosh, 2014a) and to the balance between democracy and justice (Schejter & Yemini, 2007; Schejter, 2007), in particular as they apply to new media (Schejter & Tirosh, 2014b). My interest in the relationship between media, democracy and justice piqued as I critiqued over the years the development of policies regarding low power FM radio (Connoly-Ahern, Schejter, & Obar, 2012), television (Schejter, 1996), cable (Schejter, 1999a), Internet (Schejter & Yemini, 2007; Schejter, 2009a), mobile phones (Schejter & Cohen, 2002; Schejter, 2006a; Cohen, Lemish & Schejter, 2008; Schejter & Cohen, 2013), and digitization (Davidson & Schejter, 2011) in Israel, the United States, Korea (Schejter and Lee, 2007), the European Union (Schejter, 2009b), and across wide international comparative settings (Schejter, 2006b; Schejter et al., 2007).

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Ayseli Usluata

Ayseli Usluata
Professor
Department of Public Relations and Publicity
University of Yeditepe
Turkey

Biography :

Ayseli Usluata after graduating from American Academy for Girls in Istanbul, studied English and Classical Philology at Istanbul University; received her MA degree in English Literature from University of Kansas, Lawrence; and PhD degree in Adult Education from Bogazici University, Istanbul. She is currently full professor at the Faculty of Communication, Public Relations and Publicity Department at Yeditepe University teaching Global Communication (which is as part of the “Global Classroom Project” of Nebraska-Lincoln University and conducted simultaneously with Dr. C. Braithwaite’s intercultural class) and Social Responsibility Project for Graduation

 Biography
Research Interest :

Intercultural communication,
Globalization and communication,
Communication education,
Women and Education,
Media literacy, and Social responsibility.

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Daya Kishan Thussu

Daya Kishan Thussu
Professor
Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
University of Westminster
United Kingdom

Biography :

1978-BSc(Chemistry, Zoology, Botany),Kumaon University         

1982-MA (Politics),Nainital, India            ,
1980-MA(History),Nainital, India
1983-MPhil (International Relations),Jawaharlal Nehru University       
1992-PhD (International Relations) 

 Biography
Research Interest :

 Political economy of international media industries
BRICS and global media contra-flow
Creative industries as Soft Power
Internationalizing media studies
Media and mediated culture in India and among South Asian diaspora

 

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Dwayne Roy Winseck

Dwayne Roy Winseck
Professor
Department of Telecommunication and Film
Carleton University
Canada

 

Biography :

1993-Ph.D. University of Oregon,Eugene, Oregon.
1989-M.A,University of Windsor,Windsor, Ontario
1988-Honours Bachelor of Arts,University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

 

 Biography
Research Interest :

Journalism
Communication

 

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Gabriel J Botma

Gabriel J Botma
Professor
Department of Journalism
Stellenbosch University
South Africa

Biography :

Dr Gabriël J Botma teaches Media Studies and Mass Communication Theory at the Journalism Department of Stellenbosch University. In 2011 he obtained a PhD degree with the dissertation Manufacturing cultural capital: Arts journalism at Die Burger (1990-1999). He has published research articles such as Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, Critical Arts, Communicatio and Journalism and Mass Communication Educator in the field of political economy, cultural studies and journalism education. Until his appointment at SU he was arts editor and theatre critic of Die Burger in Cape Town. From the late 1980s he worked as a journalist in different capacities and also served on the judging panels of the M-Net Book Prize (1996, 1998) and Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards (1996–2004; 2012-2013).

 Biography
Research Interest :

political economy,
cultural studies
journalism education.

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Joseph Straubhaar

Joseph Straubhaar
Professor
Department of Radio-Television-Film
University of Texas
USA 

Biography :

Joseph Straubhaar is the Amon G. Carter Sr., Centennial Professor of Communication in the Radio-Television-Film Department at the University of Texas at Austin. His current research concerns the globalisation and transnationalization of both television and new media. He is currently working on the history of commercial television in Latin America, particularly Brazil; on media and migration issues in the US and Portugal; on the development of the Lusophone transnational cultural linguistic media space; and on ICTs and development in Brazil, North Africa and South Texas.

 Biography
Research Interest :

globalisation and transnationalization of both television and new media.

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Mahboub Hashem

Mahboub Hashem
Professor
Department of Mass Communication
American University of Sharjah
USA

Biography :

1970: BA Lebanese University, College of Arts and Human Sciences Major: Arabic Language and Literature.

1979: MA, Lebanese University, College of Arts and Human Sciences Major: Arabic Language and Literature.
1981: MA, Florida State University, College of Communication Major: Mass Communication.
1984: Ph. D., Florida State University, College of Communication Major: Communication.
1996-2002: Director of Graduate Studies in Communication, Fort Hays State University (FHSU), Hays, Kansas, USA
2002-2003: Chair, Department of English, Mass Comm., and Translation, AUS, UAE
2003-2007: Chair, Department of Mass Communication, AUS, UAE
2011-2013: Interim Head, Department of Mass Communication, American University of Sharjah (AUS), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

 Biography
Research Interest :

Media Effects;
Culture in International Relations;
Leadership & Organizations

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Mohammed el Nawawy

Mohammed el Nawawy
Professor
Department of International Communication and Middle Eastern
Queens University of Charlotte
USA

Biography :

Dr. Mohammed el-Nawawy is a professor of International Communication and Middle Eastern studies at Queens University of Charlotte. He teaches international communication, mass communication, media globalization and Middle Eastern media courses. His areas of expertise and research interests are focused on the new media, particularly satellite channels and the Internet, and their impact on the global public sphere in general and the Arab public sphere in particular. He is also interested in issues of public diplomacy and ways of initiating effective dialogue between the East and the West.

 Biography
Research Interest :

new media, particularly satellite channels and the Internet

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Robert W McChesney

Robert W McChesney
Professor
Department of Communication
University of Illinois
USA

Biography :

Robert W McChesney is the Gutgsell Endowed Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 2002 he was the co-founder of Free Press, a national media reform organization – www.freepress.net – and served as its President until April 2008, and remains on its Board of Directors. McChesney also hosted the “Media Matters” weekly radio program every Sunday afternoon on NPR-affiliate WILL-AM between 2002 and 2012. From 1988 to 1998 he was on the Journalism and Mass Communication faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While teaching at Wisconsin, he was selected as one of the top 100 classroom teachers on the Madison campus. McChesney earned his Ph.D. in communications at the University of Washington in 1989; he was inducted into the UW Department of Communication’s Alumni Hall of Fame in 2010. His work concentrates on the history and political economy of communication, emphasizing the role media play in democratic and capitalist societies. McChesney co-edits, with John Nerone, the History of Communication Series for the University of Illinois Press

 Biography
Research Interest :

History and political economy of communication,

Emphasizing the role media play in democratic and capitalist societies

 

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Hamid Abdollahyan

 

Hamid Abdollahyan
Professor
Department of Communication
Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Tehran
Iran

 

Biography :

1977-1984 = Undergraduate student at Tehran University in the B.A. program (Research).
1985-1987 = Graduate Student at Tehran University in the M.A. program (Sociology).
1990-1996 = Graduate student at Carleton University in the Ph.D. program (Sociology), Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
2003-2004 = Visiting Professor to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
2012 = Visiting Professor to the Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

 

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Manawwar Alam

Manawwar Alam
Professor & Associate Dean -
School of Journalism & Mass Communication,
Institute of Management Studies (IMS),  India

Biography :

Nearly 14 years of teaching Mass Communication and Journalism in Post Graduate and Graduate Media Courses in different media institutions as well as more than 26 years of professional experience as Radio and Television News and Programme Broadcaster (Presenter & News Anchor) with All India Radio and Doordarshan News

 Biography
Research Interest :

Journalism, Broad Casting, Masscommunication

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