Pamela B. Rutledge, Ph.D., M.B.A., is director of Media Psychology Research Center and a partner in Rutledge Capital. She has worked for over 30 years developing communications, marketing programs, and strategies for brand development and management. As a psychologist, Dr. Rutledge researches and consults on the psychological impact of media technologies, media use, and social media applications and branding. She is the editor of the Media Psychology Review and adjunct faculty at UCLA Extension and Fielding Graduate University.
Bonnie Buckner, Masters, is CEO of MicroFocus Media, a political and corporate market research firm, and Imagined Communities, a non-profit, immersive technology-based, educational initiative. She consults privately with companies, organizations and individuals, architecting business solutions and developing ideas to their fruition. Buckner is adjunct faculty in media and political psychology at Fielding Graduate University, and has participated in numerous panels across the United States on topics as diverse as Cognitive Psychology and Producing for the Small Screen to Micro-Targeting for Political Campaigns.
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Fog, 1 ed, Springer
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|On-line Meeting||01/24/2011||Monday||12:00 AM||12:00 AM||On-line class||OL
|On-line Meeting||02/10/2011||Thursday||7:00 PM||8:00 PM||do not use||WEBINR
|On-line Meeting||02/24/2011||Thursday||7:00 PM||8:00 PM||do not use||WEBINR