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Head of School

  • Prof Stephen Croucher

    Prof Stephen Croucher

    Head of School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing & Regional Director (Wellington) - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

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    Ph: ext +6449793578

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Administrative Staff

  • Alyth Begg

    Alyth Begg

    Personal Assistant - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

  • Breeze Mehta

    Breeze Mehta

    Project Administrator - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

  • Claudia Silva

    Claudia Silva

    Programme Support Administrator - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    I provide support for academics and students, working with SharePoint, SMS, AQCP, Akari Curriculum Management, Communication Internship, statistics, and I whatever else is needed for the good run of the School.

Academic Staff - Communication

  • Shawn Condon

    Shawn Condon

    Senior Tutor - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

  • Dr Mimi Hodis

    Dr Mimi Hodis

    Senior Lecturer - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    I was awarded a PhD in communication from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA. My research interests are particularly class instruction and its effect on communication apprehension, self-perceived communication competence, and willingness to communicate;  public relations; persuasive communication; student communication patterns and their relationship with self-regulation mechanisms and motivation to achieve in school.

  • Associate Professor Ming Li

    Associate Professor Ming Li

    Associate Professor - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    I am originally from Kunming, China. I taught English language and literature at Yunnan Normal University, from 1980 to 1995. I was awarded a doctoral degree in intercultural communication by Latrobe University, Australia in 1999. I have taught a number of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels since my arrival in New Zealand in 2000: International Language and Business Communication, Business Communication, Cross-Cultural Communication, Introduction to Human Communication, Global Communication, and Managing Communications Technology. My research interests centre around international education, intercultural communication, migrant studies, and media and information literacy.

  • Dr Elena Maydell

    Dr Elena Maydell

    Senior Tutor in Communications and Public Relations - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    Ph.D. Victoria University of Wellington

  • Associate Professor Sean Phelan

    Associate Professor Sean Phelan

    Associate Professor - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    Sean has been working at Massey Wellington since 2003 and has a PhD in Communications from Dublin City University. He teaches and researches in the field of critical communication and media studies. He is the co-editor of Discourse Theory and Critical Media Politics (2011) and Scooped: The Politics and Power of Journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand (2012), and his monograph, Neoliberalism, Media and the Political, was published in 2014. He is currently on leave from Massey and working as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Department of Communication Studies, University of Antwerp. 

     

  • Emeritus Professor Frank Sligo

    Emeritus Professor Frank Sligo

    Emeritus Professor - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    I've spent most of my working life at Massey University but have also taught at two universities in New Zealand, two in the USA and two in China. My main research areas have been in adult literacy and orality, information richness and poverty, and the knowledge-behaviour gap. Higher levels of literacy correlate with higher income, trust, sense of political efficacy, and engaging in volunteering. My research has been funded by the Foundation for Research, Science and Technology, Ministry of Education, NZ Health Research Council, Ministry of Health, and Tertiary Education Commission.

Academic Staff - Journalism

  • Dr James Hollings

    Dr James Hollings

    Associate Professor & Programme Leader - Journalism - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    James Hollings is Programme Leader, Journalism. . He has worked in senior roles in news organisations, including as production editor and as a senior correspondent in health, agriculture, industry and the arts. His doctoral dissertation was on the decision-making processes of reluctant witnesses. Currently the New Zealand coordinator of the Worlds of Journalism Study, he has published widely on the characteristics and attitudes of New Zealand journalists, media reporting of suicide, disaster reporting, and the practice of investigative journalism. He edited A Moral Truth: 150 years of Investigative Journalism in New Zealand.

  • Dr Bernard Whelan

    Dr Bernard Whelan

    Senior Tutor - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    Bernard has been teaching journalism practice, journalism studies and communication studies since 2010 after a career which spanned journalism and communications practice in Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia. Relationships that people and organisations actively engage in (or not) with the world of Indigenous Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand is Bernard’s other significant area of research. It was the subject of his PhD thesis: He Whakangungu Kairīpoata Nō Aotearoa: Journalism Education of this place. Relational theory and practice, particularly as it connects with Indigeneity, leadership and learning in organisations continues to inform his teaching and research.

Academic Staff - Marketing

  • Dr Esther Jaspers

    Dr Esther Jaspers

    Senior Lecturer in Marketing - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

  • Dr Raja Peter

    Dr Raja Peter

    Senior Lecturer - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

  • Dr Vishnu Ramachandran Girija

    Dr Vishnu Ramachandran Girija

    Senior Lecturer - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    Vishnu Menon has both engineering and marketing experience, working for international organisations. His research interests are in the fields of digital marketing, behavioural consumer psychology. 

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