Dr. Chad Raphael
Associate Professor of Communication- Department Chair
Academic/professional background: Dr. Raphael received a B.A. in English from Harvard University in 1989 and a Ph.D. in Radio-TV-Film from Northwestern University in 1997.
Teaching areas/responsibilities: Professor Raphael is the current Department Chair. He also teaches Technology and Communication, History and Theory of News, Communication Law, and Environmental Communication.
Research interests: Political communication, journalism, public deliberation, media and civic engagement.
- Raphael, C., & Karpowitz, C. F. (forthcoming). Good publicity: The legitimacy of public communication of deliberation. Political Communication.
- Raphael, C., Bachen, C. M., & Hernández-Ramos, P. F. (2012). Flow and cooperative learning in civic game play. New Media and Society 14, 1321-1338.
- Bachen, C. M., Hernández-Ramos, P. F., & Raphael, C. (2012). Simulating REAL LIVES: Promoting global empathy and interest in learning through simulation games. Simulation & Gaming 43, 437-460.
- Bachen, C. M., & Raphael, C. (2011). Social flow and learning in digital games: A conceptual model and research agenda. In M. Ma, A. Oikinomou, & L. C. Jain (Eds.), Serious games and edutainment applications (pp. 61-84). London: Springer-Verlag.
- Raphael, C., Bachen, C., Lynn, K-M., Mckee, K., & Baldwin-Philippi, J. (2010). Games for civic learning: A conceptual framework and agenda for research and design. Games and Culture, 5, 199-235.
- Karpowitz, C.F., Raphael, C., & Hammond, A.S. (2009). Deliberative democracy and inequality: Two cheers for enclave deliberation among the disempowered. Politics and Society, 37, 576-615.
- Raphael, C. (2009). Broadcast Network Documentaries. In C.H. Sterling & C. Whitney (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Journalism. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.
- Raphael, C. (2009). Libel. In C.H. Sterling & C. Whitney (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Journalism. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.
- Bachen, C., Raphael, C., Lynn, K-M., Mckee, K., & Baldwin-Philippi, J. (2008). Civic engagement, pedagogy, and information technology on Web sites for youth. PoliticalCommunication, 25, 290-310.
- Raphael, C. (2007). The Digital Divide. In R. Andersen & J. Gray (Eds.), Battleground: The media (pp. 118-122). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
- Raphael, C., Bachen, C., Lynn, K.-M., Baldwin-Philippi, J., and McKee, K. A. (2006). Portrayals of information and communication technology on world wide web sites for girls. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11(3), article 4. http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol11/issue3/raphael.html
- Raphael, C., & Smith, T. (2006). Importing extended producer responsibility for electronic equipment into the United States. In T. Smith, D.N. Pellow, & D.A. Sonnenfeld (Eds.), Challenging the chip: Labor rights and environmental justice in the global electronics industry. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
- Raphael, C. (2005). Investigated reporting: Television muckraking and regulation. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
- Raphael, C. (2004). The political-economic origins of Reali-TV. In S. Murray & L. Ouellette (Eds.), Reality TV: The Re-making of television culture. New York: New York University Press.
- Raphael, C., Tokunaga, L., & Wai, C. (2004). Who is the real target? Media response to controversial investigative reporting on corporations. Journalism Studies, 5(2), 165-178.
- Lynn, K., Raphael, C., Olefsky, K., & Bachen, C. (2003). Bridging the gender gap in computing: An integrative approach to content design for girls. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 28(2), 143-162.
- Smith, T. & Raphael, C. (2003). High tech goes green. YES! A Journal of Positive Futures, 25, 28-30.
- Raphael, C. (2003). E-Waste and the greening of the information age. STS Nexus 3(2), 23-28.
- Raphael, C. (2002). 'Citizen Jane': Rethinking design principles for closing the gender gap in computing. Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA 2002 Conference, June 2002, Denver, CO, 1609-1614.
- Raphael, C. (2001). The FCC's broadcast news distortion rules: Regulation by drooping eyelid. Communication Law and Policy, 6, 485-539.
- Raphael, C. (2001). The web. In Richard Maxwell (Ed.), Culture works: Essays on the political economy of culture (pp. 197-224). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
- Raphael, C. (2000). Rethinking media and movements. Radical History Review, 78, 130-137.
- Raphael, C. (1999). Utopia out of place: Studs' Place, Popular Front culture and the blacklist in early Chicago television. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 16, 1-18.
- Raphael, C. (1997). The political economy of Reali-TV. Jump Cut, 41, 102-109.
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