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Stanley J. Baran is the chair of the Communication Department at Bryant University, where he teaches courses in Mass Communication and Broadcast Media. His academic interests include empirical/quantitative research in mass communication, mass media and social construction of reality, and development and improvement of media literacy skills. He is a member of the Speech Communication Association and the editorial boards of Dow Jones Newspaper Fund Editing Intern Program and COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY. He was a Senior Fulbright Scholar, Institute for Journalisms und Kommunikationsforschung, Hannover, Deutschland, in 1997. He has served as a consultant for numerous corporations and organizations, including IBM, ABC, GTE, and Westin Hotels.
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