Dr. Andrew Clark teaches broadcasting, intercultural communication, visual communication, law and ethics, qualitative and historical research methods. Dr. Clark's research methodology is primarily qualitative and historical. His primary area of research is international broadcasting dealing with propaganda, public opinion and foreign policy. He has published in journals such as The Journal of Radio Studies, Journal of Middle East Media, International Communication Gazette, Global Media Journal, American Journalism, and others. Dr. Clark has had papers presented recently at the Broadcast Education Association and World Association of Public Opinion Research conferences.




  • 2003 - PhD in Mass Communication, University of Florida
  • 2000 - MAMC with distinction in Mass Communication, University of Florida
  • 1997 - BA in Communications/History/Journalism, Purdue University

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Office: FAB 270
amclark@uta.edu
Phone: 817-272-1246

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