Dr. Srivi Ramasubramanian's primary research interest revolves around processes that explain how media stereotypes and counter-stereotypes influence viewers' attitudes, especially in the context of race and gender. Her secondary interest is in sexuality and violence in adolescent entertainment. She has published in journals such as Communication Research, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Communication Monographs, Media Psychology, Howard Journal of Communication, Asian Journal of Communication and Sex Roles. She serves as the Director of the Communication Research Lab at Texas A&M University.
Dr. Campbell’s research focuses on new media, religion and culture and runs the Studying Religion and New Media Wiki. Dr. Campbell is also the facilitator for the Network for New Media, Religion, and Digital Culture.
My research interests are international political economy of communication, critical media studies, and new social movements around cyberliberties. My first book, with Tom McCourt, was Digital Music Wars: Ownership and Control of the Celestial Jukebox. My second book was Music and Cyberliberties. I am now preparing a manuscript on the Swedish Pirate Party called Pirate Politics. I have also researched and published on enterprise content management software, video game design, and telecommunications infrastructures.