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With this podcast, host Ellen Wartella brings you interviews of several outstanding communication researchers who have been architects of communication scholarship. She will ask them questions about what motivated them to study communication, what they see as current status of their area of research, what they see as the important research questions in their respective areas moving forward, and how communication research contributes to societal challenges and opportunities. In each episode, Ellen will introduce one of the Architects of Communication Scholarship and a handpicked scholar who will be engaging in dialogue with that architect.
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This episode features Professor Barbara Pfetsch in conversation with Professor Neta Kligler-Vilenchik. They discuss Professor Pfetsch’s background and research in the changing media ecosystem. Professor Pfetsch explores the topic of political communications and explains the importance of communication about global problems.Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingEllen WartellaBarbara PfetschNeta Kligler-Vilenchik SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from our guests:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication | Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter: @CMHD_NUBarbara PfetschProfessor of Communication Theory and Media Effects Director of the Institute of Media and Communication StudiesFreie Universität BerlinTwitter: @BarbaraPfetschNeta Kligler-VilenchikAssociate Professor | Communication and Journalism.Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Twitter: @netakvCopy and Audio Editors: Jacqueline Colarusso Sharlene Burgos 
This episode features Dr. Max McCombs in conversation with his long time colleague and friend, Dr. David Weaver, as they discuss the origins and applications of the theory of agenda-setting. Dr. McCombs details how the theory of agenda-setting came to be 50 years ago, how the theory has since evolved, both in scope and geographically, as well as new potential grounds for the theory’s expansion.Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingEllen WartellaMax McCombsDavid WeaverSponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from our guests: Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication | Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter: @CMHD_NUMax McCombsJesse H. Jones Centennial Chair in Communication Emeritus | School of Journalism and Media University of Texas at AustinOrganization: Moody College of CommunicationDavid WeaverDistinguished and Roy W. Howard Emeritus Professor of Journalism | The Media School Indiana University-BloomingtonOrganization: The Media School Copy and Audio Editor: Sharlene BurgosWorks Referenced: Public Opinion by Walter LippmanThe Emergence of American Political Issues by Donald Lewis Shaw & Maxwell McCombs
In this episode, Professor Jake Harwood interviews Professor Howie Giles on how he created his communication accommodation theory and how this theory branched out into many disciplines from marine biology to computer-mediated communication. Professor Giles also shares his experience as a reserve police officer in the Santa Barbara Police Department and what it taught him about intergroup communication. Having an incredibly prolific academic career, Professor Giles also offers advice to junior scholars.Click here for the episode transcript. FeaturingEllen WartellaJake HarwoodHowie Giles SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human Development HostJake HarwoodProfessor in Department of CommunicationUniversity of Arizona, Tucson, AZ GuestHowie GilesDistinguished Research Professor of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, and Honorary Professor of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia (dual affiliation)Works referenced in episode: Giles, H. (1973). Accent mobility: A model and some data. Anthropological linguistics, 87-105.Copy and Audio Editors:Dominic Bonelli
In this episode, Dr. Kathleen Jamieson reflects on her career thus far through the lens of academia, politics, and journalism. From her early days as an aspiring scholar to an award-winning writer and leader of the political fact-checking movement, Dr. Jamieson recalls her inspirations and career moves that ultimately innovated her accomplished work in libraries and on Capital Hill. However, Dr. Jamieson also discusses her experiences breaking through sexist encounters and forging a path for women in academia, politics, and journalism.   Click here for the episode transcript  FeaturingEllen WartellaKate KenskiKathleen JamiesonSponsors:The School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist University More from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentKate Kenski Professor of Communication; Professor of Political Communication, Public Opinion, and Research Methods University of Arizona Kathleen Jamieson Elizabeth Ware Packard Professor of Communication, Annenberg School for Communication; Walter and Leonore Annenberg Director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Public Policy Center Program Director of the Annenberg Retreat at SunnylandsUniversity of Pennsylvania  Works referenced in episode: Beyond the Double Bind: Women and Leadership (1995) Eloquence in an Electronic Age: The Transformation of Political Speechmaking (1990) Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President (2018) The Obama Victory (2010) Copy and Audio Editors:Lucia Barnum Bennett Pack
This episode features Professor Patti Valkenburg and PhD candidates Tim Verbeij and Teun Siebers as they discuss Professor Valkenburg’s research on the cognitive, emotional, and social effects of media on youth and adults. Professor Valkenburg comments on her interest in theorizing, studying, and demonstrating how age contributes to differing susceptibility of media. Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingEllen WartellaPatti ValkenburgTim VerbeijTeun Siebers SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter: @CMHD_NUPatti ValkenburgDistinguished University Professor, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR) University of AmsterdamTwitter: @pmvalkenburg @UvA_AWeSomeTeun SiebersPhD Candidate, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR) University of AmsterdamTwitter: @teun_siebers   Tim VerbeijPhD Candidate, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR)University of AmsterdamTwitter: @timverbeijWorks referenced in episode: Project AWeSome Valkenburg, P. M. & Peter, J. (2013). The differential susceptibility to media effects model. Journal of Communication, 63, 221-243. doi: 10.1111/jcom.1202Valkenburg, P. M. (2017). Understanding Self-Effects in Social Media. Human Communication Research. 43, 477-490. doi: 10.1111/hcre.12113Valkenburg, P. M., Beyens, I., Pouwels, J. L., van Driel, I. I. & Keijsers, L. (2021). Social media and adolescents’ self-esteem: Heading for a person-specific media effects paradigm. Journal of Communication, 71, 56-78. doi.org/10.1093/joc/jqaa039  Copy and Audio Editors: Jacqueline Colarusso Lacie Yao
In this episode, Professor Mary Bock interviews Professor Klaus Krippendorf about his academic career and philosophies. Well-known for his work on content analysis, Klaus shares his ethics on big data. He also discusses emancipatory scholarship as a way to question the epistemological assumptions about power, his push for women and gender studies as the ICA president, and many other topics. Click here for the episode transcript. FeaturingEllen WartellaKlaus KrippendorffMary Bock SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter: @CMHD_NU Klaus Krippendorf Emeritus Professor, Annenberg School for Communication University of PennsylvaniaMary BockAssistant Professor of JournalismUniversity of Texas, Austin Twitter: @professorBockCopy and Audio Editor:Jacqueline Colarusso
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Silvio Waisbord, Post-Discipline & Commonalities in CommunicationICA President-Elect Silvio Waisbord shares his experiences from living through politically effervescent times in Argentina to writing his well-known books The Communication Manifesto and Communication: A Post-Discipline.In this episode, Professor Pablo Boczkowski interviews Professor Silvio Waisbord on his experiences of getting his PhD during the military dictatorship in Argentina. They discuss toxic forms of communication in the digital era and how positive forms of communication can be scaled up. As the previous editor of Journal of Communication, Silvio shares how he found commonalities in communication research and bridged them. Click here for the episode transcript. FeaturingEllen WartellaPablo BoczkowskiSilvio Waisbord SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  HostPablo BoczkowskiHamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Northwestern UniversityTwitter: @pablobochon  GuestSilvio WaisbordDirector and Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University Twitter: @silviowaisbordWorks referenced in episode: The Communication Manifesto Communication: A Post-DisciplineJournal of Communication International Journal of Press/PoliticsCopy and Audio Editors:Dominic BonelliSharlene Burgos
In this episode of Architects of Communication Scholarship, Professor Patrice Buzzanell, a professor at the University of South Florida, is in conversation with Emerita Professor Linda Putnam at the University of California at Santa Barbara who specializes in organizational communication and conflict management. They discuss Professor Putnam’s career beginnings and inspirations as well as her current work and the state of the communication discipline. This episode tracks the evolution of the various subfields of communication through the lens of Professor Putnam’s career.  Transcript  FeaturingEllen WartellaPatrice BuzzanellLinda PutnamSponsorsSchool of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter - @CMHD_NULinda PutnamDistinguished Research Professor and Emerita Professor | Department of Communication UC Santa BarbaraUniversity Twitter - @ucsantabarbara Patrice BuzzanellDistinguished University Professor | Department of Communication University of South FloridaUniversity Twitter - @USFComDept Works referenced in episode: Contradictions, Dialectics, and Paradoxes in Organizations: A Constitutive ApproachRevisiting “Organizations as Discursive Constructions”: 10 Years LaterCommunication as Changing the Negotiation GameBuilding Theories of Organization The Constitutive Role of CommunicationCommunication as Changing the Negotiation GameCommunication MonographsOrganizations as Discursive ConstructionsDialectical Tensions and Rhetorical Tropes in NegotiationsDiscourse Analysis in Organizations Issues and ConcernsFraming, Reframing, and Issue DevelopmentThe role of rituals and fantasy themes in teachers' bargainingCommunication and NegotiationNegotiation skillsThe evolution of policy arguments in teachers' negotiationsNegotiation and organizing: Two levels of analysis within the Weickian modelContradictions, Dialectics, and Paradoxes in Organizations: A Constitutive ApproachSmall group work climates: A lag-sequential analysis of group interactionLinda L. Putnam and Michael E. Pacanowsky (eds.): Communication and Organization: An Interpretive ApproachReciprocity in negotiations: An analysis of bargaining interactionThe role of communication in bargainingEquivocal messages in organizationsPower, authority, and sex: Male response to female leadershipCopy and Audio Editors:Daniel ChristainJabari ClemonsTroy Cruz
Communication Professor Francis Nyamnjoh discusses studying social anthropology as it pertains to communication scholarship in Africa. He continues to explore the role of technology in many African societies and communication. Francis also gives his thoughts on how his journey in communication has helped to shape his personal thoughts along the way. Click here for the episode transcript  FeaturingEllen WartellaHerman WassermanFrancis Nyamnjoh SponsorsSchool of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human Development Herman WassermanProfessor of Media Studies | Centre for Film and Media Studies University of Cape TownTwitter - @hwasser Francis NyamnjohProfessor of Social Anthropology | AnthropologyUniversity of Cape TownAdvisory Board | Migration for development and equalityWorks referenced in episode: Achebe, Chinua. (1994). Things fall apart. New York: Anchor.Achebe, Chinua. (1989). Arrow of God. New York :Anchor.Nyamnjoh, Francis Beng (1990). “Broadcasting for Nation-Building in Cameroon: Development and Constraints.” University of Leicester.Article based on this interview:Wasserman, H. (2022). The Incompleteness of Knowledge Production: An Interview with Francis Nyamnjoh. African Journalism Studies. DOI: 10.1080/23743670.2022.2116587Copy and Audio Editors:Troy CruzDaniel Christain
This episode features Professors Robin Nabi and Joseph Cappella as they discuss Professor Cappella’s background and research in political and health communication studies. Professor Cappella explores messaging and media effects as well as the social consequences of mistrust and misinformation, especially within political communication. Click here for the episode transcriptFeaturingEllen WartellaJoseph CappellaRobin NabiSponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter: @CMHD_NUJoseph CappellaEmeritus Professor, Annenberg School for Communication University of PennsylvaniaTwitter: @AnnenbergPennRobin NabiProfessor of Communication University of California, Santa Barbara
This episode features Architect of Communication Scholarship Professor Cindy Gallois being interviewed by Professor Bernadette Watson.Their discussion explores Professor Gallois’s background and research in communication studies and focuses on the dynamics of intergroup communication and behavior. Professor Gallois discussed implications of her research for other fields, such as health communication. Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingEllen WartellaCindy GalloisBernadette Watson SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers: Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter - @CMHD_NUCindy GalloisEmeritus Professor, Health and Behavioral Sciences University of QueenslandTwitter - @UQ_News Bernadette Watson Professor, Department of English and CommunicationHong Kong Polytechnic UniversityTwitter - @bernadette_wat
In this episode of Architects of Communication scholarship, researcher Tijana Milosevic interviews Professor Sonia Livingstone, a professor of social psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Professor Livingstone talks about her career studying the media, her mentors and what a day in the life of a scholar looks like. She also discusses Professor Livingstone’s journey as a leading scholar in her field.  Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingEllen WartellaTijana MilosevicSonia LivingstoneSponsorsSchool of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist University More from the host & speakers:  Ellen WartellaSheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter - @CMHD_NU Sonia Livingstone Professor of Social Psychology | Department of Media and CommunicationsThe London School of Economics and Political ScienceDigital Futures CommissionTwitter - @Livingstone_STijana MilosevicPost-Doctoral Research Fellow | Anti-Bullying CentreDublin City University Twitter - @TiMilosevic
Dafna Lemish speaks about her journey and career. She touches on her education, and career path and how the different challenges she faced impacted her life and her career. She touches on the difficulties she faced being a female in academia as well as gives advice for young academics. View the transcript here. FeaturingEllen Wartella Dafna LemishNeta Kligler-Vilenchik SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers: Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter - @CMHD_NUDafna LemishAssociate Dean for Programs, Distinguished Professor of Journalism and Media Studies | School of Communication and Information.Rutgers UniversityTwitter - @DafnaLemish1 Neta Kligler-VilenchikAssociate Professor | Communication and Journalism.Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Twitter - @netakvWorks referenced in episode: Journal of Children and MediaScreening Gender on Children’s Television 
In this episode, Jeff Pooley interviews Larry Gross, Professor of Communication at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Larry discusses his journey from studying psychology to analyzing mass media and the ways that constructed images build stereotypes and influence how we see the world. The two also talk about Larry’s interest in art and his advocacy for LGBTQ rights and work in LGBTQ studies. Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingEllen Wartella Larry GrossJeff Pooley  SponsorsThe School of Communication and Film, Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  Ellen Wartella Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social SciencesNorthwestern University Director, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter - @CMHD_NU Larry P. GrossProfessor of Communication | Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism University of Southern California  Jeff Pooley Professor of Media and CommunicationMuhlenberg College Twitter - @jeffersonpooley
The International Communication Association presents the ICA Podcast Network, where we’re grappling with questions about how to navigate, transform, and make sense of a changing world. Our podcasts will bring together scholars and practitioners from around the world to showcase the most exciting and important work in our field and amplify researchers, educators, and advocates who are underrepresented in our field.  We're so excited to introduce One World, One Network‽, Interventions from the Global South, Architects of Communication Scholarship, Digital Alchemy, Feminist Networks and the Conjuncture, Ask Us Anything, Growing Up Comm, JCMC: The Discussion Section, and Communicating for Impact. Visit our website to learn more and listen to each podcast. 
In this episode, Professors Ang Peng Hwa and Eddie Kuo explore the history of communication studies in Asia and dive into Eddie’s career as a communication scholar and co-founder of the Asian Journal of Communication. Their discussion focuses on Professor Kuo’s background as he navigated the changing communications landscape in Asia and highlights the lasting impact he has had on the field.Click here for the episode transcriptFeaturingAng Peng HwaEddie Kuo SponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  GuestEddie KuoAcademic Advisor, Singapore University of Social Sciences Emeritus Professor, Nanyang Technological UniversityHostAng Peng HwaDirector, University Scholars Programme, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and InformationProfessor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and InformationTwitter: @ntusg
In this episode, Larry Grossberg reflects on his life experiences, his mentors, and how he has impacted the field of Cultural Studies. Click here for the episode transcript FeaturingLarry Grossberg Carolyn HardinSponsorsThe School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist UniversityMore from the host & speakers:  GuestLarry GrossbergCo-Director of the University Program in Cultural Studies Morris Davis Distinguished ProfessorDistinguished Adjunct Professor of American Studies, Department of Communication at University of North Carolina at Chapel HillHostCarolyn HardinAssociate Professor of Media and Communication & American Studies  Miami University 
In this trailer episode, host Ellen Wartella gives a brief overview of her plans for the Architects for Communication Scholarship podcast series.Click here for the episode transcript.SponsorsThe School of Communication and Film, Hong Kong Baptist University.More from the host:Ellen Wartella, Ph.D.Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication,Professor of Psychology, Professor of Human Development and Social Policy, and Professor of Medical Social SciencesDirector, Center on Media and Human DevelopmentTwitter - @CMHD_NU
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