Department: Communication Studies
John C. Pollock, a Professor in the Communication Studies Department, The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), received his B.A. from Swarthmore (political science), M. (I) P.A. from the Maxwell School at Syracuse (international public administration) and Ph.D. from Stanford (political science). He also studied at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies as a Ph.D. candidate. His current teaching and research interests include Public Communication Campaigns (especially Health Communication), International Communication, Mass Communication and Research Methods. Dr. Pollock has taught at Rutgers University and the City University of New York (Queens College) and has conducted research in India and Latin America (Colombia), serving as director of the Latin American Institute at Rutgers. Dr. Pollock serves on four editorial boards —Journal of Health Communication, The Atlantic Journal of Communication, Journal of Media Sociology, andMass Communication & Society (book review editor), and he has recently authored Tilted Mirrors: Media Alignment with Political and Social Change – A Community Structure Approach (Hampton Press, 2007) and authored or co-authored two other books.
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