Dr. Karen E. Kline
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Ph.D. in Mass Communication, Pennsylvania State University
M.A.in Communication, Temple University; B.S. in Communication Studies, Northwestern University
Further graduate study, Syracuse University.
Courses Most Commonly Taught: Introduction to Mass Communication, Television Journalism, Corporate Video Production, Video Workshop, Topics in Communication: Digital Video Editing, Principles of Advertising, Case Studies in Public Relations, Cultural Studies in Mass Communication, Gender and the Mass Media, Television Criticism, The Movies Look at the Media Professions, Humanities Seminar: Introduction to Film, Humanities Seminar: Media Literacy
Courses Developed: Corporate Video Production, Video Workshop, Topics in Communication: Digital Video Editing, Case Studies in Public Relations, Advertising Campaign Development, Cultural Studies in Mass Communication, Gender and the Mass Media, Television Criticism, The Movies Look at the Media Professions, Humanities Seminar: Media Literacy
Programs Developed: As department chair, I directed the development of the current Communication program which resulted from the merging of two separate programs.
Research Areas: Mass media programming and industry practices, media audience analysis
Areas of Expertise: Television and radio production and programming, critical media theory and qualitative research methods, gender and media studies, advertising and public relations practices, film studies.