Mass Media Socialization Research introduces a variety of theoretical tools, concepts and frameworks to help readers better understand and analyze mass media socialization studies. Designed for both graduate and advanced undergraduate students, this anthology contains a unique selection of twenty-four essays covering the various mass media channels, including television, film, and the Internet.
The essays in Mass Media Socialization Research are grouped into three parts:
- Theoretical Foundations
- Mass Media Socialization Studies
- Studies in Various Contexts of Mass Media Socialization
(Ph.D. Communication, Washington State University) is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at University of the Pacific (Stockton, California), where he teaches communication research methods, intercultural communication and graduate seminars on mass communication. He is author or coauthor of more than 40 research papers that have appeared in scholarly journals and communication publications. He has presented more than 70 communication research papers at international, national, and regional communication conferences. In 2009, he received the Faculty Mentor Award from University of the Pacific and he was the University Eberhardt Teacher/Scholar Award Recipient in 2007.
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