World Social Science Association

Formerly the Western Social Science Association

Scholarship, Service, Collegiality

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Section Key

Click on any section Key (bold, blue letters) to go right to breakaway sessions for that Section.
AAAS - African/African American Studies
ABS - Association For Borderland Studies
AFIT - Economics (Association For Institutional Thought)
AIS - American Indian Studies
AS - Asian Studies
CDD - Chronic Disease & Disability
CJC - Criminal Justice & Criminology
CMS - Communication Studies
CS - Canadian Studies
EG - Economics General

EPN - Environmenal Policy & Natural Resource Management
GD - Globalization & Development
HIS - History
LASC - Latin American Studies & Chicano-Iberian Culture Network
MC - Mass Communication
MENA - Middle East & North Africa
NPPS - Non-Profit, Philanthropy, Social Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
NZAS - New Zealand & Australia Studies
PA - Public Administration
PFB - Public Finance & Budgeting

PS - Political Science
RAS - Rural & Agricultural Studies
SA - Sociology & Anthropology
SES - Slavic & Eurasian Studies
SP - Social Psychology
SW - Social Work
URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists
US - Urban Studies
WGBL - Women's, Gender, & LGBTQ Studies

MC - Mass Communication

CMS 3, MC 4 - “Communities and Communication” Media Rhetoric and Media Education

Coordinator: Mary Jackson-Pitts
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Affiliation: Dept. Radio-Television - Arkansas State University


Moderator: David J. Carr, Idaho State University


“Political Buzz Words and the Vocabularies of Motive”, Ralph Hanson, University of Nebraska at Kearney
“Engaging Journalism and Media Communication Students with Experiential Learning: Lessons from Semester at Sea”, Kris Kodrich, Colorado State University
“‘On Hiatus’ and ‘Unable to Locate’: The Discouraging Findings of a Post-Pandemic Census of University Student-Run Communications Agencies”, Doug Swanson, California State University, Fullerton
“Does Online Learning Impact Student Perceptions of Academic Dishonesty?”, Jennifer Margaret Keller, Western Washington University

Event Information

Event Date 04-14-2023 1:00 pm
Location Capistrano