Volume I: Media History and the Foundations of Media Studies: John Nerone PART 1: Approaches PART 2: Moments PART 3: Foundations Volume II: Media Production: Vicki Mayer PART 1: Production Regimes and Infrastructures PART 2: The Cultural Industries and the Organization of Production PART 3: Product and Content Flows PART 4: Production Work and Practices PART 5: Production Cultures PART 6: The Ethics of Production Volume III: Content and Representation: Sharon R. Mazzarella PART 1: Persuasion and Information PART 2: Entertainment PART 3: Interaction and Performance Volume IV: Audience and Interpretation: Radhika Parameswaran PART 1: Expanding the Horizons of Audience Studies PART 2: Practicing Reflexivity in and out of the Field PART 3: Finding and Engaging Global Audiences PART 4: Comprehending Online Audiences PART 5: Empowering Audiences as Citizens Volume V: Media Effects/Media Psychology: Erica Scharrer PART 1: Theories and Processes/Processing PART 2: Evidence of Effects PART 3: The Young Audience Volume VI: Media Studies Futures: Kelly Gates PART 1: The Future Of Media Studies: Theory, Methods, Pedagogy PART 2: Social and Mobile Media Futures PART 3: Industry Futures PART 4: Journalism and Media Policy Futures PART 5: Interactivity, Affect, and the Future of Media Subjectivities PART 6: Whose Future? Children, Youth Cultures, and Digital Media PART 7: What Future? Or, The Unsustainable Present Volume VII: Research Methods in Media Studies PART 1: Setting up the Stage PART 2: Working with People PART 3: Working with Texts PART 4: Virtual Challenges Interdisciplinary and Mixed Method Research
Angharad N. Valdivia is a Research Professor ofCommunications and Media at the University of Illinois atUrbana-Champaign. She is also the head of the Media and CinemaStudies Department, Interim Director of the Institute of Communications Research, and Editor-in-chief ofCommunication Theory. Her research and teaching focuses ontransnational popular culture studies, with special attention toissues of gender and ethnicity. She has published extensivelyon issues of transnational Latina Studies, exploring the tensionbetween agency and structure in media production and consumption.