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James Tracy

About

James Tracy
PhD, University of Iowa

Email: jftracy@fau.edu
Phone: (561)297-6265
Areas of Expertise: Media History and Analysis, Political Economy of Communication

James Tracy teaches courses examining the relationship between commercial and alternative news media and socio-political issues and events. His recent work has been published in Journalism Practice, Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, and two edited volumes. He is editor of Democratic Communiqué, journal of the Union for Democratic Communications, an affiliate of Project Censored, and a regular contributor to GlobalResearch.ca.

Recent Publications

Monograph: Tracy, J. F. “A Historical Case Study of Alternative News Media and Labor Activism: The Dubuque Leader 1935-1939," Journalism & Communication Monographs 8.4 (2007): 269-343.

Tracy, J. F. “Censored News Cluster Overview Essay Analysis: Human Costs of War and Violence”, Censored 2013: Sourcebook for the Media Revolution. The Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2011-2012, Mickey Huff and Project Censored, editors. New York: Seven Stories Press (forthcoming October 2012).

Tracy, J.F. “Our Union is Not For Sale: The Postwar Struggle for Workplace Control in the American Newspaper Industry,” in A Moment of Danger: Critical Studies in the History of U.S. Communication Since World War II, Inger Stole and Janice Peck, editors. Milwaukee WI: Marquette University Press, 2011, 57-81.

Monograph: Tracy, J. F. "Covering Workers: News Media, Labor, and the 2008 Economic Crisis,"in The Propaganda Society: Promotional Culture and Politics in Global Context, Gerald Sussman, editor. New York: Peter Lang, 2011, 267-282.

Recent Articles

Tracy J. F. "Covering ‘Financial Terrorism’: The Greek Debt Crisis in U.S. News Media," Journalism Practice (Summer 2012, forthcoming).

Tracy, J. F. and M. L. Hayashi. "Librarians of the World Unite? Possibilities and Realities from Florida, USA," Special Issue Getting the Message: Communication Workers and Global Value Chains, edited by Vincent Mosco and Catherine McKercher, Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation 4.2 (2010): 96-110.

Courses

COM 4930: Culture of Conspiracy

MMC 1540: American Media, Society, Tech

MMC 6645: Public Opinion Modernity

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