I earned my M.A. in Communication in 1999 and my Ph.D. in Sociology in 2004 - both from Washington State University. My dissertation was an ethnography of the occupational culture of professors, and focused on the experience of self-authenticity in the context of professorial work. I joined Royal Roads University in 2005 and became Associate Professor in 2008. Within the School of Communication and Culture I teach courses in research methodology and in media and cultural studies. I also deeply enjoy supervising theses in my areas of expertise. Full Bio

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