- Diversity / Inclusion, Representation of Minorities, Media ownership
- Communications, Media
Current Institutional Affiliation(s)
Department of Journalism
John H. Johnson School of CommunicationsHoward UniversityWashington, DC
Carolyn M. Byerly, teaches courses in research methods, media effects and communication theory. Her research focuses on the relationship between social movements and media in U.S. and international contexts, with respect to gender, race, nationality, culture, sexual orientation and other variables. Her recent work examines media activism in 20 nations, the role of alternative media in the global peace movement; and gender and media concentration.
Publications and Resources
- Carolyn Byerly, Peter DiCola, Michael Yan, Jamila A. Cupid, Kehbuma Langmia. Does Bigger Media Equal Better Media? Four Academic Studies of Media Ownership in the United States. 2006.