We've launched a new site so please go to People & Research for current information on our faculty and staff.
Ellen Mickiewicz, James R. Shepley Professor Emerita in the Center for Study of Communication and Journalism and Professor of Political Science
Office Location: 117 Sanford Inst Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 613-7340
Duke Box: 90241
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: (On leave, 2013-2014)
Areas of Expertise
- International, Democracy
- Media and Communications
- Comparative Political Communication
- Media and democratization, transition countries
Ph.D., Yale University, 1965
B.A., Wellesley College, 1960
Research Categories: Mass Media, Democratization, and Former Soviet Union
Research Description: Research: Viewers' processing of television news; media and democratization in countries in transition
- E Mickiewicz. Television, power, and the public in russia. scopus. Cambridge University Press, January, 2008. 1-212 pp. [doi] [abs]
- E. Mickiewicz. Changing Channels: Television and the Struggle for Power in Russia. Oxford University Press, 1997. (Revised and Expanded Paperback Edition: Duke University Press, 1999)
- E. Mickiewicz. Split Signals: Television and Politics in the Soviet Union. Oxford University Press, 1988.
- E. Mickiewicz. "The Conundrum of Memory." The Post-Soviet Russian Media: Change and Conflicting Messages Birgit Beumers, Stephen Hutcheson and Natalya Ryulova (February 1, 2008).
- E. Mickiewicz. "Icon Anchors." The Politics of News, The News of Politics Doris Graber, Denis McQuail, Pippa Norris (2007).
- E Mickiewicz. "The election news story on Russian television: A world apart from viewers." Slavic Review 65.1 (Spring 2006): 1-23. [doi] [abs] [author's comments]
- E. Mickiewicz. "Does 'Trust' Mean Attention, Comprehension and Acceptance? Paradoxes of Russian Viewers' News Processing." Mass Media and New Democracies Katrin Voltmer (2006).
- E Mickiewicz. "Excavating Concealed Tradeoffs vol. 22:3, (July-September 2005), 355-380.." Political Communication 22.3 (Fall, 2005): 355-380. [doi] [abs] [author's comments]