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Journalism Faculty

Emmanuel Paraschos

Professor (1988)
B.J. University of Missouri, M.A. University of Missouri, Ph.D. University of Missouri
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Dr. Paraschos was formerly the Dean of the European Institute for International Communication in Maastricht, the Netherlands, and Chairperson of the Journalism Department at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. He served as a Fulbright Professor in Scandinavia where he taught at the Norwegian Institute of Journalism and universities in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. He is the author of the Boston Journalism Trail.

He has been published in, among others, Journalism Quarterly, Journal of Communication, College Press Review, and Journalism Educator. His most recent book is Media Law and Regulation in the European Union and his most recent book chapter is "Religion and Freedom of Expression Law in the European Union" in Religion, Law and Freedom: A Global Perspective. Since 1994 he has served as co-publisher of Media Ethics magazine. In 1995, he won Emerson's Irma Mann Stearns Distinguished Faculty Award. His primary areas of research and expertise are media law and ethics, global journalism, print and multimedia journalism, propaganda and the press, news media and foreign policy and the role of the press in a democratic society. He is the author of the Boston Journalism Trail.

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Office: Walker 608

Phone: 7808

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