Peter W Oehlkers
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Fall & Winter Courses
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|1248||01||COM421||Copywriting for Electronic Media|
|1256||01||COM502||Communications Technology Practicum|
|4052||02||COM500||Directed Study in Communications|
|4127||01||COM506||Independent Research in Media Studies|
B.A., Writing Seminars, The Johns Hopkins University (1986)
M.A./Ph.D, Communication Studies, Northwestern University (1996)
Assistant Professor, Emerson College (1997-2002)
Assistant Professor, Salem State College (2002-2007)
Associate Professor, Salem State College (2007- )
Media History, Communications Technology
Communications Department, teach advertising, research methods, global communication.
School of Arts & Sciences Strategic Planning Committee, chair
CTI, Faculty Learning Community facilitator
Cho, H., P. Oehlkers, J. Mandelbaum, K. Edlund, and M. Zurek. (2004). The Healthy Talk Family Planning Campaign of Massachusetts: A communication-centred approach. Health Education 104 (5), p. 314-325.
Oehlkers, P. W. (2000). Mediating news: The "international media echo" and symbolic international relations, in A. Malek & A.P. Kavoori (eds.), The global dynamics of news: Studies in international news coverage and news agendas. Stamford, CT: Ablex Publishing Corporation, p. 31-53.
Oehlkers, P.W. (2006). From selling to listening: The changing metaphors of public diplomacy, presented at the International Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting, San Diego.
Oehlkers, P.W. (2006). Unhealthy clicks: Analyzing the contents of healthcare crisis rumors in online discussion board messages, presented at the International Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting, San Diego.