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Gregory Gondwe

Gregory Gondwe

Assistant Professor

Contact

Assistant Professor
Communication Studies
Office Phone(909) 537-4423
Office LocationUH-201.04

Office Hours

Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday:
Thursday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Bio

Dr. Gregory Gondwe (Gregory.gondwe@csusb.edu) is an Assistant Professor of Journalism studies at California State University – San Bernardino. He researches contemporary media ecosystems and their implications on society. His scholarly works interrogate the effects of persuasive media messages across cultural and geographical boundaries. His dissertation, China in African Newsrooms: Harnessing the Effects of Pro-And-Counter Attitudinal Chinese News Agenda in the Zambian Media, attests to some of his approaches. Some other works include cross-national studies about mis/disinformation in sub-Saharan Africa related to gender, geo-location, age, and media literacy. Dr. Gondwe’s research works have appeared in various peer-reviewed journals, including Digital Journalism, International Journal of Communication, Journalism Practice, Journalism Studies, and African Journalism Studies.

Dr. Gondwe received his journalism and political science education from the University of Colorado - Boulder, USA; University of Oregon, USA; and St. Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT). Previously, Dr. Gondwe served as a priest student where he studied philosophy and theology. His work experience includes serving as a journalist, a teacher, and a researcher both in the US and in several African countries.

Education

P.h.D - Media Research and Practice

 

Courses/Teaching

Global Communication

Multimedia Production

Newspaper Production

Media Law and Ethics

International Communication

Media effetcs

 

Research and Teaching Interests

Global Communication

International Communication

Multimedia Production

Media Law and Ethics

Research Methods

Digital Story-telling

Constructive Journalism

Computational Journalism

Data Journalism