BA Communication the College at Brockport
MA Communication the College at Brockport
PhD Mass Communication Pennsylvania State University
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Brasted, M. (2014) The NRA and Polarization in the Gun Debate. The SocJournal.
Brasted, M. (2014) Invasion: Framing War Protestors at National Conventions. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, IV, 1.
Brasted, M. (2013) Gender Stereotypes in Advertising. Race, Gender and Stereotypes in Media: A Reader for Professional Communicators. Ed. Amiso, M. George and Tommy Thomason, San Diego, CA: Cognella: 195-200.
Brasted, M. (2012) MoveOn: The Rhetoric of Polarization. Relevant Rhetoric, 3.
Brasted, M. (2011) Using Email to Create Collective Identity. Web Journal of Mass Communication Research.
Brasted, M. (2010) Care Bares vs. Transformers: Gender Stereotypes in Advertisements. The SocJournal.
Brasted, M. (2009) Students for a Democratic Society: A Movement Study. Koln, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.
Brasted, M. (2009) The Values of the Consumer Culture: Reflected in the Advertisements of "The Saturday Evening Post": 1900-1929. Koln, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.
Brasted, M. (2006) Advertising Success Through Consumption: 1900-1929. Advertising & Society Review.
Brasted, M. (2005) Protest in the Media. Peace Review, 17:4.
Brasted, M. (2005) Framing Protest: The Chicago Tribune and The New York Times during the 1968 Democratic Convention. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 13: 1, p. 1-25.
Brasted, M. (2004) The Reframing of Traditional Cultural Values: Consumption and WWII. Advertising and Society Review, 5:4.
Brasted, M. (2004) Through the Looking Glass: Class and Reality in Television. Electronic Journal of Sociology.
Communication history; communication technology and cultural change; influence of advertising on our culture; gender stereotypes in the media; news coverage of social movements.
Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2013.