SUBR mass communication professors present research at national convention

 

Three Mass Communication professors presented research papers at the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 17-20, 2016.

Professor Lorraine Fuller was the organizer and moderator of a panel on television and socialization. She presented her research paper entitled, "Blazing the Trail of Inclusion in Television Advertising from Aunt Jemima to Cheerios."  Professor Mahmoud Braima presented a research paper entitled, "The Impact of Political Communication on Voters' Choices: The 2008 Presidential Campaign and African-American College Students," and adjunct instructor Cynthia Bougere presented a research paper entitled, "Black Female Images in the Films of Tyler Perry." 

All three are experts in the field of mass communication and its impact upon socialization. 

 

 

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