• Dr. Park’s research interests include critical political economy of communication, new media technologies, media and democracy, environmental sustainability, consumerism and international communication. He is the author of Media Reform and the Climate Emergency: Rethinking Communication in the Struggle for a Sustainable Future with the University of Michigan Press, and Conglomerate Rock: The Music Industry’s Quest to Divide Music and Conquer Wallets with Lexington Books. His scholarship also appears in numerous journal articles, proceedings and book chapters including: the Journal of Communication Inquiry, Communication, Culture and Critique, American Journal of Media Psychology, The Political Economy of Communication, Information, Communication and Society, American Behavioral Scientist, International Marketing Review, Labor Studies Journal and the Journal of Social Media Studies. He serves on the editorial/advisory boards of several academic journals, and has received many teaching and research awards during his career, among them include a Howard Hughes Research Sabbatical Scholarship, the Outstanding Faculty Contributions to Service-Learning Instruction in Higher Education Award from the Executive Committee of the Gulf-South Summit for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement in Higher Education, an Honorary Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, a Fulbright-Hays Scholarship to the Caribbean, and a Tinker-Nave grant to research media and human rights groups in Argentina.

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