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Torey Browne

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Department of Communication, Media and Culture
tbrowne@marylhurst.edu

Education

MA, Marylhurst University
BA, Marylhurst University

Classes Taught

Nonverbal Communication
Intercultural Communication
Topic: Conversational Style
Intercultural Literacy
Communication Inquiry & Research
Advanced Intercultural Communication
Communication Inquiry & Research
Patterns & Principles Communication
Power, Privilege, & Social Justice

About

Torey Browne's academic interests include human communication, specifically intercultural communication, and how it relates to social justice issues — on both local and global scales. Her current research focuses on informal communication in the Polynesia speech community with an emphasis on social justice concerns and exploring both critical theory and participatory research methods.

Professional Activities

Institute Coordinator, Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication
Assistant Director of Graduate Programs and faculty adviser, Intercultural Communication Institute
Faculty, School of International Studies, University of the Pacific

Awards / Honors

Research recognized: Titles of Historical Interest in Hawaiiana, 2009, Journal of Hawaiian History  


 

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