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Ph.D. Temple University, M.A. (Advertising) Michigan State University, M.A. (PR) DAVV (India), Diploma International Marketing Communications, IAA, New York.
I am an interdisciplinary teacher-scholar with a background in science and arts. I am interested in intercultural communication, strategic communication, visual communication and health communication. I am particularly interested in media communication in developing countries (BRICs nations).
I teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses: Research Methods in Mass Communication, Media Law and Policy, International Advertising, Transnational Media, Mass Media in Society, Media Campaigns, and Freshman Seminar.
- Mishra, S.(Forthcoming 2014). Doing survey research in media studies. In Darling-Wolf, F. (Ed.) Research Methods in Media Studies. Blackwell.
- Kern, R. & Mishra, S. (Forthcoming 2014). (Re) Framing gender and network news: comparative analysis. Women’s Studies in Communication.
- Mishra, S. (2013). Nationality and gender in sports photography: A case study on portrayals of figure skaters at Torino Winter Olympics. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 1-19.
- Mishra, S. (2013). Projections of power, news framing, and India's 2010 Commonwealth Games, The Howard Journal of Communications, 24(2), 178-193.