Doug Sweet, Director of Undergraduate Writing, delivered a paper entitled “The Mediate Social Ideology of Convenience and Efficiency” at a recent conference.
The conference was “Countering Contingency: Teaching, Scholarship, and Creativity in the Age of the Adjunct,” held at the United Steelworker’s International Headquarters in Pittsburgh, April 5-7.
Communication Studies Associate Professor Jennifer Waldeck’s study, “The Communication of Instructor Power in the Contemporary Classroom” was accepted to the International Communication Association in London, England for June 2013. The ICA is an academic association for scholars interested in the study, teaching, and application of all aspects of human and mediated communication.
Other Chapman professors that had their studies accepted at the same conference were Dr. Veronica Hefner for, “An Experiment Investigating the Links among Online Dating Profile Attractiveness, Ideal Endorsement, and Romantic Media” (with her co-author Chapman student Julie Kahn), Dr. Jennifer Bevan with, “The development and preliminary test of a theory of jealousy expression: Jealousy Expression Profile Theory” and “Dyadic perceptions of goals, conflict strategies, and perceived resolvability in serial arguments.”