Comm. Faculty and Students Colloborate on International Research

Recently Communication Program faculty and students have collaborated on several projects with the following papers accepted by international conferences:

“Journalists as Agents of Cultural Translation: A Case Study of Spanish  Newspaper Coverage of Bans Against Traditional Head Coverings for Muslim Women”. Accepted for: The International Association of Mass Media Researchers (IAMCR) Annual Conference.  July 2012. Durban, South Africa. (Tetiana Vaskivska, Kyle Conway and Richard Shafer).

 “Challenges Facing Press Freedom in the Baltics Two Decades After Independence. Accepted for: International Association of Mass Media Researchers (IAMCR) Annual Conference.  July 2012. . Durban, South Africa. (Richard Shafer and Eric Freedman).

 “Participatory and Interventionist Journalism Models as Obstacles to Effective Professional Practices.” Accepted for: International Association of Mass Media Researchers (IAMCR) Annual Conference.  July 2012. . Durban, South Africa. (Richard Aregood and Richard Shafer).

 “Teaching Methods for Journalism Education in Post-Soviet Republics.”  Knowledge in a Transforming World: Universities, Democracy and Social Change Conference. Open Society Foundations International Higher Education Academic Fellowship Program. Central European University. Budapest. March 2012. Richard Shafer

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