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					                     CURRICULUM VITA

                     Russell L. Stockard, Jr., Ph.D.
                     Cinema and Television Arts Department
                     California State University Northridge
                     18111 Nordhoff Street
                     Northridge, CA 91330
                     818-677-6261 (office), 818-677-3192 (department)
                     Russell.stockardjr@csun.edu (e-mail)

Education: A.B., History, Harvard College, 1968
           A.M., Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University, 1971
           Ph.D., Communication, Stanford University, 1979
           M.B.A., Marketing, University of California, Los Angeles, 1983
           Postdoctoral fellowship, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, 1981

Previous Positions
1991-present: Assistant Professor, Communication Arts Department, School of Business,
              California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA (on leave)
1988-1991: Account Executive, Home Box Office, Los Angeles, CA
              Affiliate Sales and marketing.
1987-1988: Telecommunications Consultant, Atramentech, Upland, CA
              Consulting, training in telecommunications.
1985-1987: Telecommunications Marketing Specialist, Security Pacific Bank,
              Los Angeles, CA
              Market analysis, customer satisfaction surveys
1983-1985: Market Research Manager, Hughes Communications,
              El Segundo, CA
              Directed market analysis, market research, wrote speeches
              and compiled daily newsletter for senior executives.
1982:         Account Executive, ASI Market Research, Hollywood, CA
              Performed research design, data analysis
1979-1981: Research Associate, Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA
              Performed research design, data analysis.

Recent Paper Presentations

Stretching Horizons: Upward Bound Programs in Stimulating Information Technology
Education and Career Aspirations among Underrepresented Minorities, Presented at the
Caribbean Studies Association conference, Belize City, Belize, May 27, 2003.

Green Speaking: The Narrative Analysis of a Costa Rican Anti-Oil Movement. Presented at the
Caribbean Studies Association conference, Belize City, Belize, May 27, 2003.
Speaking in (Green) Tongues: Transnational Environmental Discourse in the Fight Against Oil
in the Costa Rican Caribbean, presented at the National Speech Association conference, New
Orleans, LA, November 22, 2002. Submitted to Organization & Environment for publication
consideration, July 2003.

Selected Grants/Publications/Paper Presentations

Refereed Publications

        1. Communication Dimensions of Afro-Caribbean Migration, Globalization, and a
           Transnational Social Movement in the Costa Rican Caribbean, presented the
           conference on The Socio-economic and Cultural Impact of West Indian Migration to
           Costa Rica (1870 1940), University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, July 4-5,
           2002.
           Published in the conference proceedings.



Other Publications


Refereed Presentations
        2. Proposal for a Great Idea for Teaching Speech:” The ‘Talking Stick’ and Peace and
            Justice Service-Learning”, presentation at the National Speech Association, New
            Orleans, LA, November 22, 2002. Refereed

        3. Stretching Horizons: Upward Bound Programs in Stimulating Information
           Technology Education and Career Aspirations among Underrepresented
           Minorities, Two-year grant from the National Science Foundation Information
           Technology Workforce. October 1, 2001-September 30, 2003. I was the grant
           writer and the principal investigator. Budgeted at $200, 000, this was the first such
           grant awarded to researchers at California Lutheran University..
        4. Stretching Horizons: Upward Bound Programs in Stimulating Information
           Technology Education and Career Aspirations Among Underrepresented Minorities,
           presentations at the Professional Development Seminar, WESTOP Southern
           California Chapter, Palm Springs, CA, November 14, 2002.
        5. Communication Dimensions of Afro-Caribbean Migration, Globalization, and a
           Transnational Social Movement in the Costa Rican Caribbean, presented the
           conference on The Socio-economic and Cultural Impact of West Indian Migration to
           Costa Rica (1870 1940), University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, July 4-5,
           2002.
           Published in the conference proceedings.
        6. Going Online: Internet Radio in the Caribbean, paper presented at the 24th Annual
           Conference, Caribbean Studies Association, Panama City, Panama, May 24- 29,
           1999.
        7. Culture and the Marketing of the Caribbean, paper presented at the 23rd Annual
            Conference, Caribbean Studies Association, St. Johns, Antigua, May 1998.
        8. Cover to Cover: Black Models and the Commodification of the Exotic, paper
            presented at the International Conference on Gender, Tourism, and Fun, University
            of California, Davis, October, 1997. Paper was published in the conference
            proceedings.
        9. A Case Study of the Caribbean Satellite Network, paper presented at the Conference
            of the International Communication Association, Albuquerque, NM, May 1995.
        10. African-American Consumer Handbook, Agoura Hills: Research Resources,
            1994.
        11. Impact of Roots: Evidence from the National Survey of Black Americans Journal
            of Black Studies, March 1986.
        12. Black Student Elite: Enrollment Shifts of High-Achieving, High-Economic Status
            Black Students from Black to White Colleges during the 1970s, (co-authored with
            Daniel Webster and James Henson College and University, Spring, 1981

Course Development: Prepared and taught service learning course on globalization and peace
communication in Nicaragua and Costa Rica in January, 2001.

Research/Consulting: Popular cultural studies; information and communication technologies;
media, race, ethnicity, and gender; marketing, public relations and Consumer behavior,
environmental communication, peace media; Caribbean and Latin American Studies.

Proficiencies/Other Experience: Photography, film and video production and screenwriting
Grant proposal writing
Focus group moderation; qualitative research; survey research; market research
Creative writing and interactive (new media) writing
Web Site design
French, Spanish, and Portuguese language proficiency
Six years writing, producing, and interviewing in college radio (KZSU Stanford, CA), public
radio (KCLU, Thousand Oaks, CA), and international shortwave radio (Radio for Peace
International, Colon, Costa Rica)
Two years of television experience in audio and associate producing in-studio and on mini-
documentary crews
International experience in France, England, the Caribbean and Latin America

Memberships: Reachable Heights Board of Directors.
             Caribbean Studies Association;
             National Communication Association
             Agoura Hills-Oak Park Rotary Club, Charter Member
             American Youth Soccer Organization, Region 4 (Westlake-Agoura) Board.

				
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