Graduate Students

Emily Hund is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication. She in interested in the production of culture, particularly at the intersections of social media and consumer culture....
Heather Jaber is a researcher from Beirut and Boston. She holds an M.A. in media studies from the American University of Beirut (AUB), where she studied the emerging visibility of characters coded as...
Sanjay Jolly's primary research areas are propaganda studies and critical political economy, understanding media institutions as key sites of political struggle. Prior to coming to the Annenberg ...
Kwanho Kim is a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication. He is primarily interested in exploring the effects of changes caused by technological progress in communication...
Soojong Kim is a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. He is interested in social influence, social identity, and social networks. His research in...
Do the media we consume reflect who we are or who we could be? Danny Kim has strived to answer this question through his past and ongoing research. His work examines 1) individuals’ perceptions of...
Research Interests:  political communication, public opinion, political psychology, casual inference economic mobility, income inequality, economic voting, redistribution  Education:  M.A....
Elissa Kranzler is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication. Broadly, she is interested in the relationship between media exposure and health-related behaviors in youth and...
At the core, Helene Langlamet is interested in better understanding political agency. Previously, she approached this question by looking at how well platforms for “online democratic deliberation”...
Do Eon (Donna) Lee is interested in the role of “interactive news feed consumption” (i.e., news shared through online social networks) on “political trust” (i.e., trust in the institutions and...

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