I am a media and cultural analyst with special interests in global and new media, intercultural representation and conflict.
I am a psychologist intrigued by the transformative power of personal narratives in public discourse and in the lives of individuals.
I am an advertising, marketing and communications executive with 25 years of professional experience.
I am a journalist with more than 20 years experience, including 16 years as a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times.
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I am a constitutional law scholar and social scientist interested in First Amendment issues and effects of sexual and violent media.
I am a producer in the television industry with over 15 years of experience in the non-scripted and documentary TV genres.
I have been a lecturer with the Department of Communication Studies since 2009. I received my B.A. in Communication Studies and Political Science from UCLA in 2005 and my J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2008.
I am a Communication Studies scholar who uses the tools of rhetoric and critical theory to study questions that relate to ideology, propaganda and institutional power.
My academic focus has always been in speech education, and I feel strongly that speech education should be a part of every college curriculum.
I am an attorney specializing in labor and employment and a scholar whose main academic focus is on the ideological nature of propaganda, the corporate structure of the American media, and how propaganda is disseminated to control the media environment.
I teach oral communication and rhetoric with an emphasis on the language of leadership, applying my experience as a speechwriter and executive communications specialist.
I am an argumentation scholar who directs UCLA’s forensics program, studies the science and rhetoric of climate change, and teaches the power of effective storytelling.
I'm a journalist and author -- 30 years in the newspaper business as a reporter, editor, columnist and bureau chief -- now launching a new magazine for UCLA and teaching courses in ethics, writing and California public policy.
I am a full-time teaching faculty member with expertise in research methodology, social networking, and learning through tv, film, and new media.
I am an international lawyer and am active in civic and cultural affairs, with an interest and expertise in how people communicate in order to achieve personal and community goals.
I study mass media effects, media and culture, and new communications technologies.