Andrew Selepak, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator - Master's program with specialization in Social Media
Instructional Assistant Professor - Department of Media Production, Management, and Technology
Areas of ExpertiseAudience/Consumer Insights, Pop Culture, Social Media
Ph.D., Mass Communications, University of Florida
M.A., Communications, George Mason University
B.A., American History, University of Virginia
- Andrew Selepak Comments on Social Media’s Unhealthy Influence on Teen Anorexia (October 30, 2023)
- Andrew Selepak Comments on Leadership Change at Fox News (September 25, 2023)
- Andrew Selepak Comments on the Possibility of X Becoming a Subscription-Only Social Media Platform (September 21, 2023)
- Andrew Selepak Comments on the Constant Popularity of Disneyland (September 21, 2023)
- Andrew Selepak Comments on the Growing Gender Gap on College Campuses (September 11, 2023)
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Selepak, A. G. (2018). Exploring anti-science attitudes among political and Christian conservatives through an examination of American universities on Twitter. Cogent Social Sciences, 4(1).
Selepak, A.G., & Cain, J. (2015). Manufacturing white criminals: Depictions of criminality and violence on Law & Order. Cogent Social Sciences, 1(1).
Martinez Jr., B. A., & Selepak, A. (2014). The sound of hate: Exploring the use of hate core song lyrics as a recruiting strategy by the White Power Movement. Intercom-Revista Brasileira de Ciências da Comunicação, 37(2), 153-175.
Martinez Jr., B. A., & Selepak, A. (2013). Power and violence in Angry Aryans song lyrics: A racist skinhead communication strategy to recruit and shape a collective identity in the White Power Movement. Comunicação & Sociedade, 35(1), 153-180.
Selepak, A., & Sutherland, J. (2012). The Ku Klux Klan, conservative politics and religion: Taking extremism to the political mainstream. Politics, Religion, & Ideology, 13(1), 75-98.
Selepak, A. (2010). Skinhead Super Mario Brothers: An examination of racist and violent games on White Supremacist Web Sites. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 17(1), 1-47.
Syllabi from the current and three previous semesters:
- MMC 3614 - Media and Politics - section 28920 - Fall 2023 (PDF)
- MMC 3630 - Social Media and Society - section 16003 - Fall 2023 (PDF)
- RTV 2100 - Writing for Electronic Media - section 17167, 17169, 17170, 17171 - Fall 2023 (PDF)
- MMC 2740 - Introduction to Media and Sports - section 049E - Fall 2022 (PDF)
- MMC 3630 - Social Media and Society - section 27E9 - Fall 2022 (PDF)
- RTV 2100 - Writing for Electronic Media - section 2231, 4471 - Fall 2022 (PDF)