Pauline Hope Cheong

(MENAFN- The Conversation) Professor of Human Communication and Communication Technologies, Arizona State University Profile Articles Activity

Pauline Cheong studies the complex interactions between communication technologies and different cultural communities around the world. She believes that invisible yet powerful cultural and communicative forces make up how we interact and organize with digital media, to impact participation and power in society.

Her recent projects related to changing knowledge and authority practices examine the socio-cultural implications of Big Data, including user skills, perceptions and practices of privacy and security within the Internet of Things. She is also examining how non-profit and spiritual organizations use Artificial Intelligence and digital platforms to interact and form both local and global communities.

In the area of strategic communication, she has investigated how digital and social media networks facilitate the spread of narratives and memes by extremist groups, cyber-vigilantes and rumor-mongers. Her personal interests in innovative pedagogy & mentoring have also led to research projects examining how underserved and youth populations experience multiple digital divides in the learning process.

Cheong has published more than 100 articles and books and has received research awards by the National Communication Association, Western Communication Association, and the International Communication Association. She is often invited to teach and speak in Asia, North America and Europe.

  • –present Professor Of Human Communication, Arizona State University

Zebulon Pearce Distinguished Teacher of the Social Sciences

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