Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies

Joseph Straubhaar


ProfessorPh.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Amon G. Carter Centennial Professor of Communication, Department of Radio-Television-Film

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Interests


Global media and cultural theory; media and migration; digital media and the digital divide in the U.S. and other countries; global television production and flow

Courses


LAS 381 • Global Media

39630 • Fall 2015
Meets W 900am-1200pm CMA 6.146

Study of global media systems, theories, and processes.

LAS 381 • Global Media/New Media/Migratn

40340 • Fall 2011
Meets W 900am-1200pm CMA A3.108
(also listed as MAS 392)

This course focuses on the study of the globalization of media. It examines general global trends in cultural, economic, institutional,audience reception and genre aspects of media. It looks at media flows and interactions between countries. It compares developments in several regions, particularly Latin America, Asia, the Arab World and Europe.

LAS 322 • Braz Film: Doc Vs Narr Intrp-W

40500 • Spring 2011
Meets TTH 930am-1100am RLM 5.116

Meets with RTF 359S.

LAS 381 • Analyzing Audiences

40715 • Spring 2011
Meets TH 1230pm-330pm CMA A3.130

DESCRIPTION: This course will introduce students to the use of ethnographic, qualitative interview, and survey research approaches to media studies, in both theory and practice. We will cover examples of media ethnographies and other qualitative studies by both anthropologists and media scholars. We will look at how ethnographic methods and thinking have developed, as well as other approaches to qualitative interviewing. We will also exam how surveys have been used to understand audiences and new media users. We will cover some theoretical material to enable students to understand some issues about media use, the digital divide and migration to prepare for class exercises with interview fieldwork and surveys in East and South Austin.

In the course, students will learn how to observe, write fields notes on, and analyze media and new media use both face to face and online. Students will learn how to conduct family history interviews and do interviews with three generations of several families to see how their use of media and cultural resources has changed over time. They will also work with recently collected.

LAS 381 • Global Media/New Media/Migratn

40310 • Fall 2010
Meets W 100pm-400pm NOA 1.110
(also listed as MAS 392)

This course focuses on the study of the globalization of media. It examines general global trends in cultural, economic, institutional,audience reception and genre aspects of media. It looks at media flows and interactions between countries. It compares developments in several regions, particularly Latin America, Asia, the Arab World and Europe.

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    University of Texas at Austin
    SRH 1.310
    2300 Red River Street D0800
    Austin, Texas 78712