Peter W Oehlkers

Peter W Oehlkers

Professional Details

Title: Chairperson
Office: CC-134
Phone: 978-542-7086
Email: peter.oehlkers@salemstate.edu
Resume: Peter W Oehlkers [DOC 33KB]

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
2457 01 COM300 Communication Research Methods
2471 03 COM316 Communications in the Global Village
3866 D1 COM500 Directed Study in Communications

Professional Biography

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- )

Professional Interests

Advertising

Environmental Communication

Media History,Communications Technology

Responsibilities

Chair, Communications Department, teach advertising, research methods, global communication.

 

 

Selected Publications

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.

Selected Presentations

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.