Associate Professor, Communication Studies
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 973-443-8460
Interests, courses taught:
Research areas: Political communication, international relations, public discourse, discourse analysis, journalism history, pedagogy
Courses: Global Communication, Communication Internship, Self-presentation for Employment, Mass Communication, Executive Lectures (graduate), Communication and Globalization (graduate)
Credentials, capsule biography:
Ph.D. Department of Communication, University of Washington, Seattle
Dissertation title: Mediating alliance: The role of the press in sustaining reciprocity in the US-Canada relationship
M.A., Communication. University of Washington
M.A., Political Science. University of Washington
B.A., Political Science. University of Portland
Andrea Hickerson and Kate Dunsmore. (2015). Locating refugees: A media analysis of refugees in the United States in “World Refugee Day” coverage. Journalism Practice. doi:10.1080/17512786.2015.1025417.
Kate Dunsmore and Kathleen C. Haspel. (2014). Bringing class to light and life: A case study of reality-based television discourse. Discourse, Context and Media, 6 (December), 45-53. doi:10.1016/j.dcm.2014.08.007
Making sense of intercultural interaction. (2014). Cases on Teaching Critical Thinking through Visual Representation Strategies. L. Shedletsky and J. Beaudry (Eds.). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Andrea Hickerson, Patricia Moy, and Kate Dunsmore. (2011). Journalists' sourcing and framing of Abu Ghraib. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 88(4), 789-806.
Kate Dunsmore, Jennifer Turns, and Jessica Yellin. (2011). Looking toward the real world: Student conceptions of engineering. Journal of Engineering Education, 100(2), 329-348.
Kate Dunsmore and Taso Lagos. (2008). Politics, media and youth: Understanding political socialization via video production in secondary schools. Learning, Media and Technology, 33(1), 1-10.
Patricia Moy, Edith Manosevitch, Keith Stamm, and Kate Dunsmore. (2005). Linking dimensions of internet use and civic engagement. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 82(3), 571-586.