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|De Cesare, Donna||School of Journalism; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Reporting/still documentary photography and video-Creative Activities-- Exhibitions, Publications and Invited Lectures on topics: Salvadoran Civil War 1980s; spread of LA gangs--Central America; urban …|
|Darling, Dennis||School of Journalism; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Photography, design, and photojournalism Darling works worldwide as a freelance photographer. His work has been featured in a wide range of publications, including Fortune, Texas Monthly, American …|
|Dahlby, Tracy||School of Journalism||Examining the changing role and function of foreign reporting in a time of digital revolution in journalism|
|Colson, James||School of Journalism||History and criticism of photography|
|Coleman, Renita||School of Journalism||Visual communication and ethics, including the effects of photographs on ethical reasoning, the role of images in agenda setting, and the moral development of journalists and public relations …|
|Chyi, Hsiang||School of Journalism||The economics of online content, communication technology, and news framing; the relationship between online and traditional news media in multiple geographic markets|
|Chen, Gina||School of Journalism||The process by which aversive online communication interrupts civic engagement. I am particularly interested in how nasty comments on news websites or heated exchanges on social media increase …|
|Cash, Wanda||School of Journalism||A community newspaper veteran with more than 25 years' experience, Cash previously was editor and publisher of The Baytown Sun, executive editor of The Brazosport (TX) Facts, assistant managing …|
|Camp, Marla||School of Journalism||Food journalism Graphic design|
|Bock, Mary||Communication Studies; School of Journalism; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Bock studies the way photojournalists work, how images are used in journalism and mass media to transmit meaning, and how visual journalism might better serve democracy. A related line of her …|