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Ph.D. Media & Communication - Texas Tech University (Expected by August 2018)
M.A., Communication, Technology, & Society, Clemson University (2012 - 2014)
B.A. Double major in Communication studies (media production emphasis), and Political Science, California Lutheran University (2007 - 2011)
My scholarly agenda focuses on media processes and effects research, new communication
technologies/social media, using research to draw on, and gain further understanding
surrounding perception formation pertaining to the intersection where sports meets
My developing research program is further connected by three primary concerns: (1) how various forms of presentational format of the media play in forming perceptions about issues associated with sports is regarded in the current age; (2) how new communication technologies/social media interact with concerning issues surrounding sports and health, and how issues in sports influence societal and political discourse; and (3) how scholars, specifically those researching aspects pertaining to sports communication, can best utilize the variety of research methods.
- Media Theories & Society (MCOM 3300-D01 [Online course])
- Visual Communications (EMC 3308)
- Mass Communication Research Methods (MCOM 3380)
- Professional Communication (MCOM 2310)
- Luo, Y., Burley, H., Moe, A., & Sui, M. (Revised and resubmitted). A meta-analysis of news media's agenda-setting effects, 1972-2015. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.
- Cummins, R.G., Berke, C., Moe, A. (Under review). Sight versus sound: The differential
impact of mediated spectator response in sport broadcasts.
Manuscript submitted to Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.
- Moe, A., Gerdes, J., Provencher, J., & Gomez, E. (Under review). Online Conversations during an Emergent Health Threat: A Thematic Analysis of Tweets During Zika Virus Outbreak. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Information, Communication, & Society.
- Moe, A. & Luo, Y. (Under review). Looking at past and present intermedia agenda-setting: A meta analysis. Manuscript submitted to Journalism.
Leadership / Awards:
- AT&T Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship with the Texas Tech Graduate School
- Helen DeVitt-Jones Endowed Graduate Fellowship for the College of Media & Communication
- Top theory, and top faculty paper, awarded by the Communication, Theory and Methodology (CT&M) division with the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, in Minneapolis, MN
- All-Conference Academic Team (2010)
- Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), Intercollegiate Football (NCAA), California Lutheran University
College of Media & Communication
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