Judith E. Rosenbaum (Ph.D. Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands) taught undergraduate and graduate courses on the theoretical foundations of mass communication, strategic communication, race, gender and the media, research methods, as well as courses on social media and digital cultures. Her research interests include the impact of digital media on daily life, political dialogue and meaning making on social media platforms, media selection and enjoyment, and health and media usage. Her work has appeared in publications such as Media Psychology, Communication Research, Psychology of Popular Media Culture, and Journal of Media Psychology. Her latest book is Constructing digital cultures: Tweets, trends, race and gender, which was published by Lexington in 2018.
“BlackLivesMatter to #MeToo: Social Media’s Contribution to Democracy”