Andrew Davis

Education: Ph.D., Communication Studies, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; M.A., Communication, Auburn University; B.A., English, University of Georgia. Teaching and Research Specialities: Media & Technology Studies; Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Ethics.

There are 4 included publications by Andrew Davis :

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Failure Is Always An Option: The Necessity, Promise & Peril Of Radical Contextualism 2019 50 This essay pays tribute to Lawrence Grossberg and his influence through a consideration of radical contextualism – an analytical process that: (1) understands reality as contingently relational, complex, and always open to alteration; and (2) attempt...
Neoliberalism From Below: Popular Pragmatics & Baroque Economies, by Verónica Gago 2018 44 A book review of Veronica Gago’s book, Neoliberalism from Below.
Talking About Poverty: News Framing Of Who Is Responsible For Causing And Fixing The Problem 2010 96 This study explores how the American news media frame the poverty issue, looking at the way the media present its causes and solutions. It also examines the notion of frame building, exploring the factors that may influence the media's selective uses...
The View Of The Border: News Framing Of The Definition, Causes, And Solutions To Illegal Immigration 2011 182 Analyzing newspaper articles and television news transcripts (N = 484), this study explores how American news media have framed the issue of illegal immigration. More specifically, we analyze the way the media present the questions of why illegal imm...