Personal, organizational, and social implications of the use of communication technologies. Includes theories and empirical research across the continuum of perspectives, from techno-utopianism through an anti-technology stance.
About the Instructor
Daniela Dimitrova joined Iowa State University in the Fall of 2003. She is a member of the faculty in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication. She received her PhD in Mass Communication from the University of Florida and her M.A. in Journalism and Communication from the University of Oregon.
Before starting graduate school, she worked as a news anchor and news editor at Radio AURA, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria. Her research interests focus on new media and political communication. Dr. Dimitrova's research has been published internationally, with more than thirty book chapters and refereed research articles in leading journals such as American Behavioral Scientist, Communication Research, The International Journal of Press/ Politics, Journalism Studies, Telecommunications Policy, and New Media & Society.