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Monica Brasted, Ph.D.

Monica Brasted

Associate Dean, School of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

and Associate Professor


BA Communication the College at Brockport

MA Communication the College at Brockport

PhD Mass Communication Pennsylvania State University

Area(s) of Specialty:

Media Studies

Recent Publications:

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.

Research Interests:



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.

Associate Dean, School of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Office: 149B Liberal Arts Building
Phone: (585) 395-2157

Last Updated 2/2/15


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