, David Wiliam Scott
Title:
Professor - Communication
Office:
CB-502U
Phone:
801-863-6884
Fax:
801-863-7287
Mail Code:
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Last Updated: 3/25/17 -

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

 

Professor, Utah Valley University (UVU) 07/08-present

      Full (07/01/15)

      Tenured/Associate (07/01/09)

Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina (USC) 07/01---06/08

Assistant Professor, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), 07/99---06/01

 

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

 

Associate Editor, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, 09/16-present

Department Chair, UVU Communication Department, 2008-2012

Sequence Coordinator, Journalism and Mass Communication, UVU, 07/15---present

Program Coordinator, Communication Emphasis, SNHU, 07/99---06/01

 

EDUCATION

 

1999    Ph.D.  Mass Communication, University of Georgia, Athens

            Dissertation Title: Unraveling Central Hudson: An Analysis of the Impact of the Supreme Court’s Understanding of the Value of Commercial Speech and the Needs of Consumers

            Advisor: Dr. William E. Lee

 

1994    M.A.  Communications, Brigham Young University, Provo

            Thesis Title: Mass Media, Religion, and Conflict: Internal Diversity and Interpretive Communities Among Students at BYU

            Advisor: Dr. Daniel Stout

 

1992    B.S.  Speech Communication, University of Utah, Salt Lake City

 

1992    B.S.  Political Science, University of Utah, Salt Lake City

 

 


 

RESEARCH EMPHASIS

 

Mediated Communication and Religion as Cultural Practice: Drawing from a critical/cultural perspective I study the interplay of religion, media and culture.  I examine the role of religion in the production of mediated texts (from both secular and religious sources) and the ways in which the religiosity of media consumers influences their reading of these texts. 

 

The First Amendment and Freedom of Speech: My interest in media law focuses primarily on advertising law and media coverage of First Amendment issues.

 

RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles & Scholarly Book Chapters

 

Peterson, B. & D. Scott (2016).  The art of scripture and scripture as art: The Proclamation on the Family and the expanding canon.  Proceedings of the thirteenth annual Mormon Studies Conference, UVU, 2013.

 

Scott, D. (2014). Dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark? Multi-media narratives and natural science museum discourse at the Creation Museum in Kentucky.  Journal of Media and Religion, 13(4), 226-243

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2013).  Communicating Jesus: The encoding and decoding practices of re-presenting Jesus for LDS (Mormon) audiences at a BYU art museum.  Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, 46 (2), 55-82.

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2013—accepted for publication/ book cancelled). Communicating Jesus: The encoding and decoding practices of re-presenting Jesus for LDS (Mormon) audiences at a BYU art museum.  Proceedings of the Religious Communication Association: 2012.  Stockton, CA: E.G.Inkwell.  Nov. 2013.  (Ed: Mark A. E. Williams and Dan Brown).

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2012). A date with science and religion: An analysis of the encoding & decoding practices at the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in Charlotte, North Carolina. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 29 (1), 27-44.

 

Scott, D. (2011). The discursive construct of virtual angels, temples, and religious worship: Mormon theology and culture in Second Life. Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, 44 (1), 85-104.

 

Scott, D. (2011).  Religiosity in South Park: Struggles over institutional and personal piety among residents of a “redneck town.” Journal of Media and Religion, 10 (3), 152-163.

 

Scott, D. (2007). Constructing sacred history: Multi-media narratives and the discourse of museumness at Mormon Temple Square. Journal of Media and Religion, 6 (3), 201-218.

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2006). Religion on TIME: Personal spiritual quests and religious institutions on the cover of a popular news magazine.  Journal of Magazine and New Media Research, 8 (1), 1-17.

 

Scott, D. (2006).  Free Speech. In Stout, D. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Religion, Communication, and Media. (pp.152-155).  New York: Routledge­.

 

Scott, D. & C. McDonald (2005). Utah newspapers take different approaches to coverage of First Amendment controversy [original title: Politics and the Mormon Church: Competing newspapers’ coverage of a First Amendment controversy in Salt Lake City].  Newspaper Research Journal 26 (2&3), 119-123.

 

Scott, D. (2005). Re-presenting Mormon history: A textual analysis of the representation of pioneers and history at Temple Square in Salt Lake City. Journal of Media and Religion, 4 (2), 95-110.

 

Scott, D. (2003). Mormon “family values” versus television: An analysis of the discourse of Mormon couples regarding television and popular media culture.  Critical Studies in Media Communication 20 (3), 317-333.

 

Stout, D. & Scott, D. (2003).  Mormons and media literacy: Exploring the dynamics of religious media education.  In Marriage, S.  & Mitchell, J. (Eds.) Mediating Religion: Conversations in Media, Religion, and Culture, (pp. 143-157). New York: Continuum. 

 

Scott, D. (2002).  Matchmaker, matchmaker, find me a mate: A cultural examination of a virtual community of single Mormons.  Journal of Media and Religion 1 (4), 201-216.

 

Stout, D., Scott, D., & Martin, D. (1996). Mormons, the media, and the interpretive audience. In Stout, D. & Buddenbaum, J. (Eds.) Religion and Mass Media: Contemporary Audiences and Adaptations, (pp. 243-258). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

 

Other Published Articles & Essays

Scott, D. (2015). The Mormons: An Illustrated History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (book review). Journal of Mormon History, 41 (2), 271-274

Scott, D. (2012).  Peculiar portrayals: Mormons on the page, stage, and screen (book review). Journal of Mormon History, 38 (2), 229-233.

Scott, D. (2002). How to get publicity (book review). Sport Marketing Quarterly 11 (3), 193-194.   

Scott, D. (2000). Selling the Gulf war.  New Hampshire College Journal. 17 (1), 134-143.

 

Papers Presented at Professional and Learned Societies

 

Scott, D. & B. Peterson (2016). Defending the family, defending the faith: An analysis of “The Proclamation on the Family,” plausibility structures, and the negotiation of Mormon identity.  Refereed paper presented the the LGBTQ Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), Fukuoka, Japan.

 

Scott, D. & B. Peterson (2016). Material Culture meets Material World: An Analysis of The Religious and Cultural Significance of the Mormon Proclamation on the Family. Refereed paper presented at the Center for Media, Religion and Culture’s (CMRC) 2016 International Conference on Media, Gender & Religion, Boulder, Colorado.

 

Scott, D. (2014). News magazine covers in The United States: How art discursively frames conflict involving denominational religion and matters of faith.  Refereed paper presented at the Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités (GSRL) International Conference on Religious Minorities in the Media.  Sorbonne University, Paris, France.

 

Scott, W. (2014). Mormon memes and popular culture: An analysis of how LDS discourse reinforces some stereotypes in attempts to reject others. Invited presentation at the 2014 Mormon Media Studies Symposium, Salt Lake City, UT.

 

Scott, D. (2013). Dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark? Representations of science, religion, and popular culture at the Creation Museum.  Refereed paper presented to the Popular Culture Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), London, UK.

 

Scott, D. (2013). Finding God among the artifacts: How museums evoke and sustain the religious experience.  Invited presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Washington, DC.

 

Peterson, B. & D. Scott (2013).  The art of scripture and scripture as art: The Proclamation on the Family and the expanding canon.  Invited presentation at the 2013 Mormon Studies Conference (The Expanded Canon: Perspectives on Mormonism and Sacred Texts) Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah.

 

Scott (2012).  Communicating Jesus: The encoding and decoding practices of re-presenting Jesus for LDS (Mormon) audiences at an art museum in Utah.  Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Orlando, Florida.

 

Scott, D. (2012).  Proposition 8: An analysis of Latter-day Saint (Mormon) culture & media strategies addressing same-sex marriage. Invited presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Chicago, Illinois.

 

Scott, D. (2012). Religion in the pubic sphere: An examination of facts and myths about the First Amendment (and why it matters). Invited presentation at the annual Sunstone Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

Scott, D. (2012). Discovering a Latter-day Saint world in Second Life: A tale of a virtually virtual conversion experience.  Invited paper presented at Mormonism and the Internet: Negotiating Religious Community and Identity in the Virtual World, an academic symposium, Utah Valley University (UVU), Orem, Utah.

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2012). Jesus in a 21st Century art exhibit: How digital media and traditional museum artifacts coalesce to create a numinous experience for patrons at the Bloch art exhibit at Brigham Young University.  Refereed paper presented at the Center for Media, Religion and Culture’s (CMRC) 2012 International Conference on Digital Religion, Boulder, Colorado.

 

Scott, D. (2011). Religion, culture, & entertainment: How LDS audiences resolve conflict when media content is at odds with their religiosity.  Invited presentation at The 3rd Annual Religion & Culture Symposium (SLCC), Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

Scott, D. (2010).  Virtual angels, temples, and religious worship: A journey with the Mormons in Second Life. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Denver, Colorado.

 

Scott, D. (2009). Flag burning and politics in the news: The fight between populism and individual rights.  Invited presentation at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Chicago, Illinois.

 

Scott, D. (2009).  Was Jesus Scandinavian? Sacred archetypes at Temple Square.  Invited presentation at the UVU Conference: Mormonism in the Public Mind, Orem, Utah.

 

Scott, D. (2007). Religiosity in South Park: Struggles over institutional and personal piety among residents of a “redneck town”.  Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Chicago, Illinois.

 

Scott, D. (2007). South Park audiences: Decoding strategies within religious world-views. Refereed paper presented at the UCSIA Conference, “Believin’ the Media: Analysis of Faith and Media,” Antwerp, Belgium.

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2006). The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit as convergent media: An analysis of Discovery Center’s attempt to integrate science with religion in a conservative Christian market.  Refereed paper presented at the Annual Conference on Media Convergence (Univ. of South Carolina), Columbia, South Carolina.

 

Scott, D. (2005).  Institutional versus private religiosity: Conflict over religious practice in South Park.  Invited research presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), San Antonio, Texas (subsequent paper written and presented in 2007).

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (2005).  Religion on TIME: Religion as a visual construct in a weekly news magazine. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), San Antonio, Texas.

 

Stout, D. & D. Scott (2005).  City as Cultural Religion: How Media Convergence in Las Vegas Integrates the Sacred and the Secular. Refereed paper presented at the annual Conference on Media Convergence, Provo, Utah.

 

Scott, D. & C. McDonald (2004).  Church & state in Utah: Local coverage of the LDS (Mormon) church and political actors over a First Amendment controversy. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Toronto, Ontario (Canada).

 

Scott, D. (2004).  Mormonism as tourism: The visual construct of sacred history at Mormon Temple Square. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA), New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

Scott, D. (2003).  Authenticating the religious experience: A textual analysis of the construct of history and religion at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Kansas City, Missouri.

 

Scott, D. (2003).  Mormons and movies: An insight into the discourse of Mormon communities regarding movie content, ratings, and personal religious values. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Southeast Colloquium, Littlerock, Arkansas.

 

Scott, D. (2002). Using my religion:  An analysis of religiosity manifest in the profiles of Mormon singles seeking relationships online. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Miami, Florida.

 

Scott, D. (2002).  Matchmaker, matchmaker, find me a mate: A cultural examination of the profiles of Mormon singles who subscribe to an Internet dating service. Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Southeast Colloquium, Gulfport, Mississippi.

 

Scott, D. (1999). Top Paper: Law Division. Selling sex, booze, and gambling after 44 Liquormart: The rationales of appellate justices in commercial speech decisions involving vice products since 1996.” Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Southeast Colloquium, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Scott, D. (1997). Real camels don’t smoke: The FDA’s argument for restrictions on tobacco advertising, the First Amendment, and the Central Hudson paradox. Refereed paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Southeast Colloquium, Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

Scott, D. & D. Stout (1996). Mass media, religion, and conflict: Interpretive communities among students at Brigham Young University. Refereed paper presented at the Conference on Media, Religion, and Culture, Boulder, Colorado.

 

Stout, D., D. Scott & D. Martin (1995). Internal diversity: Mormons, television, and the interpretive audience.  Refereed paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR), Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL & REGIONAL SERVICE

 

·      Panelist, Mormonism and the Art of Boundary Maintenance, UVU, Orem, UT (2016)

·      Judge, Marie Clegg Jones High School Forensics Tournament, UVU (2014)

·      Judge, Marie Clegg Jones Speech Competition, UVU (2013)

·      Chair, Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group (2012-2013)

·      Vice-Chair, Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group (2011-2012)

·      Vice-Chair, Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group (2007-08)

·      Research Co-Chair, Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group (2004-05)

·      Newsletter Editor, Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group Newsletter (2002-03)

·      Editorial Board Member, Western Journal of Communication (New York: Routledge) (2014)

·      Editorial Board Member, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought (2009-present)

·      Editorial Board Member, Journal of Media and Religion (2004-present)

·      Pre-conference Discussant, Perspectives on the Mormon Moment, UVU (2013)

·      Panelist, Religious Diversity and the Art of Civil Dialogue. Religion and Humanities Conference, UVU, Orem, Utah (2012)

·      Panelist, Mormon Teachings about the Media: Message and Audience Considerations. Mormon Media Symposium (BYU), Provo, Utah (2010)

·      Panelist, Reflections and Analysis on Religion and Film (Helen Whitney’s, “The Mormons”), UVU, Orem, Utah (2010)

·      Panelist, Freedom of Speech and other Civil Rights at Temple Square.  Martin Luther King Commemoration, UVU (2009)

·      Panelist, Ad Bowl Symposium: The Ultimate Ad Bowl: The Super Bowl (2008)

·      Panelist, Incorporating Active Learning Techniques into Mass Communications Courses. AEJMC Southeast Colloquium, Columbia, SC. (2001)

·      Moderator, Conference on Media Convergence (2007)

·      Moderator, Ad Bowl Symposium, Columbia, SC (2007)

·      Moderator, Conference on Media Convergence (2006)

 

Manuscript Reviewer

 

·      Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Law & Ethics Division (2013 & 2014)

·      Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group (2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2014, & 2015)

·      Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (London: Sage Publishing) (2013)

·      Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion) (2013)

·      The Communication Review (New York: Taylor & Francis) (2013)

·      Western Journal of Communication (New York: Routledge) (2012, 2013, & 2015)

·      Exploring Communication Law: A Socratic Approach (Boston: Allyn & Bacon)

·      Doing Qualitative Research (London: Sage Publishing)

·      Journal of Media and Religion (Philadelphia, PA: Routledge) (2004-present)

·      Journal of Communication Inquiry (London: Sage Publishing)

·      Critical Studies in Media Communication (National Communication Association)

·      Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought (Salt Lake City: Dialogue Foundation) (2009-present)

·      The Review of Communication (New York: Routledge)

·      AEJMC Midwinter Conference-Mass Communication & Society Division (2007)

·      Ad Bowl Symposium, (2007)

·      Conference on Media Convergence (2005 & 2006)

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE & OUTREACH

 

·      August 7, 2013: Expert Opinion (Mormonism and social media), The Wall Street Journal, “Mormon Missionaries Turn to Facebook, Twitter (Asia edition).
·      August, 2013: AEJMC Liaison for prospective UVU journalism assistant processor applicants
·      August, 2012: AEJMC Liaison for prospective UVU PR assistant professor applicants (with Stephen Whyte)
·      April, 2012: Chaperone/guide, New York City experience in Public Relations class
·      March, 2012: Emcee, Marie Clegg Speech Competition at UVU
·      May 2011: Feature Article, CITY WEEKLY (David Scott: Studying Mormons in Second Life)
·      March, 2011: Emcee, Marie Clegg Speech Competition at UVU
·      March, 2010: Commentator, Jane Akre’s presentation of Fox News, Monsanto, and Sacred Cows
·      November, 2009: Emcee, Marie Clegg Speech Competition at UVU
·      February, 2005: Consulting (media planning), Thomas-McCants Media, Inc.
·      February, 2005: Expert Opinion (theater advertising), WIS-TV.
·      Fall, 2004: Expert Opinion (advertising), The State Newspaper.
·      Fall, 2004: Expert Opinion (FCC & public airwaves), The Charlotte Observer.
·      Fall, 2001-02: Expert Opinion, (propaganda), Univ. of South Carolina Media Relations.
·      Fall, 2001: Expert Opinion (propaganda), National Public Radio, South Carolina affiliate.

 

OTHER ACADEMIC SERVICE

 

Undergraduate Student Research and Outreach

 

·      Senior Thesis Advisor: Daniela Rosbach (2015-2016) Integrated Studies. Censorship in the academy: The impact of trigger warnings and political correctness on professors’ academic freedom (UVU).

·      Capstone Project adviser. Spring 2015---Present

·      Honors Thesis Chair: Faith Heaton (2012-2013).  Mitt’s Mormonism and the quest for the White House: An analysis of two newspapers’ coverage of the election (UVU)

·      Honors Thesis Chair: Morgan Miller (2012-2013). Images in the home: An analysis of Mormon culture  (UVU)

·      Honors Thesis Chair: Ryan Whitecar (2011-2012). Bankrolling democracy: Should there be limits on campaigns financed by corporate PACS (UVU)

·      Senior Thesis Co-Advisor: Connie Bahr (2010) Integrated Studies. In search of road safety (UVU)

·      Special Topics: Advanced Media Planning (Fall 2005-Summer 2006 & 2007)

·      Special Topics: Research in Religion and Media (Fall 2005)

 

Graduate Student Research Advising

 

·      Dissertation Committee, Brian Murley (2005-2008)

·      Dissertation Committee, Chris McDonald (2004-2008)

·      Dissertation Committee, Adedayo Odofin Ph.D. (USC, 2001-04)

·      Masters’ Thesis Committee, Chris McDonald (USC, 2002-04)

·      Masters’ Thesis Committee, Heidi Campbell (2006-2008)

·      Advanced Media Planning, Nick Tompkins (Spring 2006)

 

University Committee Participation

 

·      Department of Communication RTP Committee, Chair (UVU, Fall 2013-present)

·      Journalism Assistant Professor Search Committee, Chair (UVU, Fall 2013)

·      PR/Comm Theory Search Committee, Chair (UVU, Spring 2012)

·      Speech Communication Lecturer Search Committee (UVU, Summer 2012)

·      UVU Religious Studies Committee (UVU, 2010-present)

·      Communications Department Library Representative (2010-2012)

·      Curriculum Committee (UVU, 2009-2010)

·      CHSS Associate Dean Search Committee, Chair (UVU, 2009-2010)

·      Faculty Senate (UVU, 2009-2010)

·      CHSS Dean’s Search Committee (UVU, 2009)

·      University of South Carolina Graduate Council (USC, 2002-07)

·      Research & Ethics Committee (USC, 2005-06)

·      Student Advising Task Force (USC, Fall 2005)

·      Search Committee-4 positions (USC, Nov 2003-04)

·      SJMC Graduate Student Caucus, Director  (USC, 2003-04)

·      Technology Committee (USC, 2001-04)

·      Curriculum Review Committee (USC, 2001-02)

·      Political Advertising Review Committee (USC, 2001-03)

·      CDC Committee (speech writer) (USC, Fall, 2001)

·      Liberal Arts Committee (SNHU, 1999-01)

·      Grow the College Committee, (SNHU, 1999-01)

 

Advising, Coordinating, or Volunteer Work

 

·      Media Planning Advisor, USC Ad-Team  (USC, annually, 2001-2008)

·      2005 Ad Team: District Competition (interim advisor)

·      Undergraduate Advisor (USC, 2001-03)

·      Coordinator, Communication Major (SNHU, 2000-01)

·      President, H.W. Grady Graduate Student Caucus (UGA, 1998-99)

 

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

 

·      Presidential Citation for Outstanding Service, Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2013

·      CHSS Dean’s Recognition Award for Research, UVU 2013

·      CHSS Creation Museum Research Grant ($3525), UVU 2011

·      PRSSA Honors: Faculty Member of the Year, 2010-2011

·      UVU Wolverines Achievement Awards: Finalist (Top Department), 2010-2011

·      UVU Wolverines Achievement Awards: Finalist (Top Department), 2009-2010

·      USC Research grant ($10,000), College of Journalism and Mass Communications, 2002

·      UGA Research Grant ($2000), Community Newspapers, Inc., 1998

·      H.B.G. Advertising Research Scholarship ($1000), UGA, 1997

·      Graduate Research Grant ($500), Department of Communications, BYU, 1994

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (courses taught)

 

Mass Communication

 

·      Doctoral Seminar: Qualitative Research Methods (USC)

·      Doctoral Seminar: Research Methods in Media Law (USC)

·      Media Law/Freedom of Expression (SNHU, USC, UVU)

·      Communication Theory (UVU)

·      Introduction to Mass Communication (SNHU, UVU)

·      Propaganda and Persuasion (SNHU)

·      Mormon Cultural Studies (UVU)

 

 

Advertising

 

·      Principles of Advertising (USC, UVU)

·      Advertising Media Planning (UGA, SNHU, USC)

·      AAF Ad Team (Advertising Campaigns): Co-Advisor (media execution and pitch strategy) (USC)

·      Special Topics: An Inside Look at Advertising in New York City (USC)

 

Speech/Organizational Communication

 

·      Business Communication (SNHU)

·      Public Speaking (BYU, SNHU)

·      Advanced Public speaking (SNHU)

·      Argumentation and Debate (BYU, SNHU)

 

 

COURSES CREATED (for UVU)

 

·      COMM2250: Principles of Advertising

·      COMM3100: Propaganda and Persuasion

·      COMM3520: Case Studies in Public Relations

·      COMM3660: Investigative Reporting

·      COMM3680: Advertising Media Planning

·       COMM4850: Public Relations Campaigns