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Dr. Saman Talib

Professor of Professional Communications
Professional Communications
 talibs@farmingdale.edu
 631-794-6278
 Knapp Hall 34
 Tue - 11:00am-12:00pm by Appointment, Wed- 12:40pm-4:55pm, Thur - 11:00am-12:00pm

Education

2014 - Graduate Certificate Online Teaching
                      University of California, San Diego CA

2007 - Ph.D,  School of Communication and Information                   
                      Rutgers University, NJ
                      Award: Outstanding Graduate

1999 - M.A.,   School of Media Studies
                      The New School, NY

1996 - B.A.,   Business and Journalism
                      Hastings College, NE

Biography

Bio Needed

Research/Publications

Journal Articles
Talib, S. (2017). Social Media Pedagogy: Applying an Interdisciplinary approach to teaching multimodal Critical Digital    
                          Literacy. The Internet and Higher Education, In Submission.

Talib, S. (2006). Equality and the Muslima: Negotiating Gender Justice in the Online Muslim Public Sphere. global Media
                         Journal, 5(9), Article No. 10.

Book Chapters
Talib, S. (2012). Pakistani Media and the Disempowerment of Women. In T. Carilli & J. Campbell (Eds.) Challenging
                          Images of Women in the Media: Reinventing Women's Lives (1st ed., pp, 27-35). Lexington Book.

Talib, S. (2011). New Media and Hegemonic Discourse in Pakistan. In D. N. Wachanga (Ed.), Cultural Identity and         
                         New Communication Technologies: Political, Ethnic and Ideological Implications (1st ed., pp.
                         304-320) IGI Global.

Talib, S. (2010), Pakistani Students' Uses of New Media to Construct a Narrative of Dissent. In S. Banaji (Ed.), South       
                          Asian Media Cultures: Audiences, Representations, Contexts (pp. 221-234). Anthem.

Other Print:
Talib, S. (2014a). Content Communities. In (K. Harvey, Ed.)Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. SAGE Publications, Inc.

Talib, S. (2014b). Diffusion of Innovations. In (K. Harvey, Ed.)Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. SAGE Publications, Inc.

Talib, S. (2014c). Mobile/Smart Phone Messaging. In (K. Harvey, Ed.)Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. SAGE Publications, Inc.

Talib, S. (2014d). Social Media and Non-Governmental Organizations. In (K. Harvey, Ed.)Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. SAGE Publications, Inc.

Talib, S. (2009). Review of Communication and Organizational Culture: A Key to Understanding Work Experiences by Joann Keyton. The Review of Communication, 8(2).

Talib, S., & Kern, M. (2009). Advertising and Journalism. In (S. Vaughn, Ed.)Encyclopedia of American Journalism. Routledge.

Talib, S. (2009). Presidency and the Press 8: Nixon to Carter. In (S. Vaughn, Ed.)Encyclopedia of American Journalism. Routledge.

Talib, S. (2008). Review of The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook, Second Edition. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing, 19(2), 91–95.

CONFERENCES

Panels Organized
Talib, S. (Chair). (2005). Health of Developing Communication Technologies: Student Research on Emerging Issues in Human Communication Technologies. Organized for the NCA 91st Annual Convention, Boston.

Papers Presented
Talib, S. (2015). Daughter of a Nation: Malala and Competing Narratives Encompassing Muslim Women. Accepted for at NCA 101th Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV.

Talib, S. (2014). Social Media Design: Applying Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Theory Building. Presented at NCA 100th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2013). Balancing Theory and Production in Social Media Degree Design. Presented at the Social Media Technology Conference & Workshop, Washington, DC.

Talib, S. (2012a). “Like” Me: Social Media and Creative Evaluation. Presented at the Social Media Technology Conference & Workshop 2012, Washington, DC.

Talib, S. (2012b). Nonprofit Use of Digital Narratives in Social Media. Presented at the Social Media Technology Conference & Workshop 2012, Washington, DC.

Talib, S. (2011a). Dis-Empowering the Female: Perpetuating hegemonic discourse through Pakistani cable television. Presented at the NCA 97th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2011b). The Pakistan Blackout: Student’s use of social media to construct a narrative of dissent. Presented at the NCA 97th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2010). Fighting Frames: Crosstalk on Terrorism in American and Pakistani Media. Presented at the Global Media and the “War on Terror”: an international conference, London, UK.

Talib, S. (2009a). Innovating for Impact: The Consequences of Organizational Constrains on NGO Political Communication Choices Globally. Presented at the NCA 95th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2009b). The Role of Social Capital Objectives in Media Selection and Implementation by NGOs Worldwide. Presented at the NCA 95th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2008). Antecedents to Organizational Adaptation. Presented at the ISTR 8th International Conference, Barcelona, Spain.

Talib, S. (2006). Mission Matters. Presented at the Second Annual iSchools Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Talib, S. (2005a). Globalization and International Non-Governmental Organizations: Organizational Communication Implications of Economic and Political Theories of NGOs. Presented at the NCA 91st Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

Kern, M., & Talib, S. (2005b). Hollywood Protestors: Press Coverage of Celebrity Protestors during the Winter/Spring 2003 anti-Iraq War Demonstrations. Presented at the NCA 91st Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

Talib, S. (2005). Deliberative Democracy and the Framing Biases of Media. Presented at the The Seventh Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association, New York, NY.

Talib, S. (2005). Getting the message out: Internet at the United Nations to work with NGOs. Presented at the The Sixth Annual AoIR Conference, Chicago, IL.

Kern, M., & Talib, S. (2005). Cyber Power? Anti-Iraq War Networks and News Agendas During the Lead-up to War in Iraq. Presented at the 63rd Annual MPSA Conference, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2005). Negotiating Justice Online in Progressive Islamic Movement. Presented at the 46th Annual ISA Convention, Honolulu, HI.

Talib, S. (2005). President George W. Bush and the rhetorics of fear. Presented at the 99th Annual ECA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Talib, S. (2005). Raising Democracy: Differential Political Socialization of American Youth. Presented at the 2005 APSA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Talib, S. (2005). The Biases of Media: Infotainment’s impact on Issue Cognition and Engagement. Presented at the The Seventh Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association, New York, NY.

Talib, S., & Kern, M. (2005). Setting the Stage: Attempts by Anti-Iraq War demonstrators to set the press agenda. Presented at the 9th Annual NJCA Conference, Trenton, NJ.

Talib, S. (2005). Not in Our Name: Persuasion Strategies of Anti-Iraq War Organizers. Presented at the 9th Annual NJCA Conference, Trenton, NJ.

Talib, S. (2004a). E-Government: Promise to Reality. Presented at the 90th NCA Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Talib, S. (2004b). Smokers Take It Online: Using Offline Strategies In An Online Environment. Presented at the 90th NCA Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.


 

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