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72nd International Communication Association (ICA) Conference #ICA22

I’m in Paris for the 72nd International Communication Association (ICA) Conference. Scholars from around the world meet every year to share our ideas about media and society. 3000 academics are in Paris for the ICA, and another 1000 are participating online. This is the first time we’ve gathered in person since COVID, so it was …

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ICA 2022: Transnational Misinformation & COVID-19

Pandemic-Related Media Practices in U.S.-Mexico Border Communities References: CDC FastStats (2022). Homepage. Retrieved January 29, 2022, from https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/default.htm Cobas, J., Urciuoli, B., Feagin, J., & Delgado, D. (2022). The Spanish Language in the United States (New Critical Viewpoints on Society) (1st ed.). Routledge. Cybenko, G., Giani, A., & Thompson, P. (2002). Cognitive hacking: a battle for the …

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Race & Ethnicity in the U.S., 2020 Census (including the over/undercounts!)

  – “White alone, not Hispanic or Latino” Original 2020 Data Adjusted for 1.64% Overcount[1]This overcount was specific to the category of “White alone, not Hispanic or Latino.” the 2020 overcount was twice what it was in the 2010 census (.83%). Over/undercounts are only noted … Continue reading) – 191.7  of 332 million people in the …

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New Paper in ICA Comm Theory

The ICA journal Communication Theory recently published a new paper of mine – “The Mediatization of Human Rights Memory in Chile.” This is an article-length summary/update of the theoretical framework I started to develop in my 2018 book, plus some previously unpublished quantitative data about the 1988 Franjas. ¡Chekalo! Abstract – The current pandemic-imposed reliance …

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“La Tierra Mia”: Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of Chicano Park

During the Spring quarter of 2020, I taught a special topics course for UCSD Latin American Studies about the 50th anniversary of San Diego’s Chicano Park. The class was going to be convened in the Park, at the base of the new mural dedicated to the memory of Anastasio Hernández Rojas. Our class meetings would …

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