College of Media
The College of Media is an accredited, highly selective, and internationally respected college where almost 1,100 undergraduate and graduate students are engaged in classes taught by distinguished scholars in media studies, world-renowned experts in advertising and consumer behavior, and award-winning journalists, including Pulitzer Prize winners. With more than 10,000 living alumni, the College has produced a stunning list of graduates who have gone on to wield influence in academia, the press, advertising, and entertainment.
Remediating empire: constituting, documenting and re-mediating U.S. citizenship in Puerto Rico (1898-1941) (2015-07-17)This dissertation proposes an archeology of American representations of U.S. citizenship remediated as governmental technology through three forms of media for the U.S. colonial possessions acquired in 1898. More precisely, ...
(2015-07-17)My dissertation examines how technologies are developed to either sustain or resist the process of mining production in the Chilean Andes. Through the study of the mining company Los Pelambres, I make visible knowledge, ...
(2015-07-14)This dissertation is a study of the historical formation and transformation of the Chinese online audiovisual industry under forces of strategic political calculations, expanding market relations, and growing social ...
An examination of how attention influences exposure effects: target selection, distractor devaluation and mere exposure (2015-07-16)There is an old market saying, every exposure is good exposure. However, when consumers are involved in a search activity that requires selective attention, for stimuli that are not targets (distractors), the positive mere ...
How walking forward influences people's emotional response to and memory for stimuli viewed on a mobile phone (2015-07-15)Thanks to the increased percentage of mobile phone ownership and wireless Internet access, our engagement with media has become more and more mobile. We commonly see people using their cell-phones when they are walking on ...