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Donnalyn Pompper

Associate Professor, 2010/2011
Temple University, 1701 North 13th St., 218 Weiss HallPOMPPER.3
Philadelphia, PA  19122

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Education: Ph.D., Temple University

Biography:
Donnalyn Pompper is a tenured associate professor in the Department of Strategic Communication at Temple University's School of Communications & Theater, member of its Mass Media & Communication doctoral program faculty, and Director of the MS program in Communication Managerment.  Winner
six top confernece papers in five years, Dr. Pompper's research focuses on power negotiation and outcomes - particularly, age-ethnicity-gender issues
in organizations and in mass media representations. 

She is author or co-author of 30 journal articles and book chapters - and has presented 50 academic papers at international and national conferences.  Her research has been published in Journal of Public Relations Research, Public Relations Review, Public Relations Quarterly, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, Journal of Popular Culture, Journal of Research Practice, Howard Journal of Communications, and Environmental Communication Yearbook. Her work won the 2005 PRIDE Award from the National Communication Association's Public Relations Division for best published article in its innovation, development and educational achievement in public relations scholarship.  Dr. Pompper also has co-edited Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience and the Global Justice Movement, and her research has appeared in Communcation and Terrorism: Public and Media Responses to 9/11, The West Wing: The American Presidency as Television Drama, and Enviropop: Studies in Environmental Rhetoric and Popular Culture.

Dr. Pompper teaches courses in communication theory, public relations, social identity and difference, crisis communication, and qualitative research methods.

Research Expertise:
Social identity intersectionalities: age, ethnicity, gender in organizations and in mass media respresentation; femininity and masculinity studies; cultural studies; communication theory; and public relations theory