Mediated Communication and Technology concerns how people send and receive messages across time and space. Research in this area examines message flows to large and small audiences, with an emphasis on how technologies of communication influence the formation, transmission, and reception of messages. It also examines the social, political, and organizational forces that act on the creation and use of communication technologies.
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Faculty in this area
- Associate Professor
- Assistant Professor
- Professor and Communication Alumni Professorial Scholar
- Associate Head, Professor
- Director of I-CHASS, David L. Swanson Professor
- HCOM Director, Professor
- Executive Associate Dean, Professor
- Executive Vice President and VP for Academic Affairs, Professor