CS235A4 Communication Research Methods Tutorial (Fall 2021)

Wilfrid Laurier University

Canada

July 22, 2021

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CS235A4 Communication Research Methods Tutorial (Fall 2021)

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Date: Jul 15, 2021

Location: Waterloo, CA

Company: Wilfrid Laurier University

Faculty/Academic Area: Faculty of Arts

Department : Communication Studies

Campus: Waterloo

Employee Group: WLUFA

Requisition ID: 2375

Position Title: CS235A4 Communication Research Methods Tutorial

Term: Fall 2021 (September 1 – December 31)

Days/Times: Mondays 2100-2150 - remote

Hours per week/Hours Total: 1/12

Anticipated Class Size: 25

Posted on: July 15, 2021

Posting ends: July 22, 2021

Position Summary: A survey of communication studies research, acquainting students with the variety of quantitative and qualitative methods used in the field. The emphasis is on developing skills needed to gain access to, and to evaluate critically, research in communication studies on such topics as media influence, public opinion or interpersonal communication.

Qualifications – Required: MA

Qualifications – Discipline: Communication Studies or cognate discipline

Qualifications - Other: demonstrated scholarly record in the subject area of the posted course/tutorial

Salary: $2,805 per tutorial

Application Deadline: July 22, 2021

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    Dr. Judith Nicholson, Chair

    Department of Communication Studies (Cultural Studies Program)

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