Civic Voices, Empowerment and Media Literacy in the Digital Era
Edited By Moses Shumow
Cornelia Bogen studied British/American Studies, Media and Communication Studies and Political Science (M.A.) at Martin-Luther-University (MLU), Halle Wittenberg, Germany, and at the University of Sheffield, England. In 2006, she was a research assistant on the project “Senior Citizens in the civil media of Saxony-Anhalt,” and from 2006 to 2009, a PhD student in a doctorate program at the Network of Excellency “Enlightenment–Religion–Knowledge,” Saxony-Anhalt. She finished her doctoral thesis in 2010 in media and communication studies. Since October 2010, she has been working at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, as a post–doctoral researcher on contemporary transformation processes of Chinese health communication and intercultural aspects of health communication. Her present projects focus on the influence of new media technology on doctor-patient interaction and on current examples of promoting health literacy in China.
May Farah received her PhD from the Department of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University and is currently an assistant professor of Media Studies at the American University of Beirut, and co-chair of AUB’s Media and Digital Literacy Academy of Beirut. Her primary research has focused on the relationship between diasporic populations and national identity in a globalized media age. More broadly, she is also interested in media use among refugee populations, representations of gender and the “other,” and media literacy in the Arab World. Her work is situated at the intersections of Media Studies, Cultural Studies, and Middle Eastern Studies, with a particular...
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