Dr. Cathleen Londino, Professor of Media & Film at Kean University for more than twenty-five years, earned her Ph.D. from The University of Michigan.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Creating a Multicultural Programming Repository: Diversity through Curriculum, Programming & Experiential Learning

A guide to establishing a university repository for multicultural programming.

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Incorporating New Technologies to Enhance ‘Travel Learn’ International Experience

How new technologies such as blogs, websites, digital stories, digital travelogues, photography, video packages, and podcasts, focus and enhance the benefits of international experience for student participants and their audience.

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First Amendment Issues Applied to United States Media: A Global Perspective

An overview of critical First Amendment issues pertaining to freedom of speech and the press as a guide for foreign journalists or others interested in U.S. media regulation.

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Beyond “Final Cut” Computer Science Literacy in Media

An overview of what media students should know to successfully compete in today’s tapeless/HD professional work environment that goes well beyond competency in industry standard editing programs.

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Verbal Sex: Hollywood Censorship and the Birth of the Screwball Comedy

Censorship of the American film industry, ultimately became effective when screen image successfully combined with sound and the verbal repartee of “screwball” comedies, replaced “forbidden” sexual content with witty dialogue.

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