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Egan, Chrys

Faculty, Communication Arts
Fulton Hall (FH) 265
410-677-5436 or ext 75436
cnegansalisburyedu



Courses  []

2015 Spring

  • CMAT 297-001 COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    Introduction to common communication research methods, including: literature reviews, surveys, experiments, content analysis, rhetorical criticism, ethnography, interviews and focus groups. Students learn essential research and writing skills through projects created in areas of interest such as relationships, business, media, or advertising/public relations. May not receive credit for both CMAT 297 and CMAT 301. Prerequisite: C or better in CMAT 101, 102. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CMAT 304-001 COMM, GENDER & CULTURE
    Explores the relationships among communication, gender and culture. Illuminates the pivotal role of communication in sustaining and altering existing gender and cultural patterns. Prerequisites: C or better in CMAT 297. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CMAT 312-001 NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
    Study of human communicative behavior without the use of words. Ways of sending and receiving nonverbal messages are examined with the goal of awareness and understanding of their communicative value. Prerequisites: C or better in CMAT 297. Three hours per week with enhancement.

2015 Fall

  • CMAT 102-450 INTRODUCTION TO MASS MEDIA
    Theory, history, structure and functions of mass media (print, film, recording, radio, television, new media), advertising, journalism and public relations. Students may not receive credit for both CMAT 110 and CMAT 102. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • CMAT 405-001 FAMILY COMMUNICATION
    Characterization of family styles of communication as they reflect values, attitudes and perceptions of family members as a group. Examination of effects of individual communication strategies on development of family patterns of interaction. Selected readings, field research, two exams. Prerequisites: C or better in CMAT 297. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CMAT 430-001 POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
    Studies the role of media and rhetoric in political campaigns and the political process. Prerequisite: C or better in CMAT 297. Three hours per week with enhancement.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Egan, C., & Egan, J. 
(2014). 
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. [Review of the book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot]. 
The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 
2(1-2), 
Egan, C., & Jackson, M. 
(2014). 
It's a regional thing: Active involvement in your regional PCA/ACA organizations and conferences. 
Studies in Popular Culture, 
37(1), 
Egan, C. 
(2013). 
Gender & work in urban China: Women workers in urban China. 
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 
28(1), 
63-66. 
Egan, C. 
(2002). 
Campus Cold Climate: The Chilling Effect on Dissension Speech on America's Campuses after September 11. 
Free Speech Yearbook, 
39, 
70-82. 
Egan, C. 
(2002). 
(Un)Ethical Actions: Activities on Deceptive Personal Acts, Advertisements, and Speeches. 
Iowa Journal of Communication, 
34, 
97-104. 

Awards(s)

Chrys Egan (2014). SU President's Diversity Award - Salisbury University.

Presentations

Egan, C. (2011). Polyamory: The Culture, Symbols, & Lexicon of Many Loves. Presented at Popular Culture Association in the South, New Orleans, LA.
Egan, C. (2011). Women are the new men: Changing gender & relationship roles. Presented at Popular Culture Association in the South, New Orleans, LA.
Egan, C. (2010). Exploring the Complex Interpersonal Relationships & Hegemonic Challenges of the Polyamory Culture (Multiple Loves) through their Coded, Symbolic, & Explicit Communication. Presented at National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.
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Clifford-Napoleon, A. & Egan, C. (2009). Contemplative pedagogy. Presented at North American Interfaith Network
Egan, C. & Hudson Powell, R. (2009). Stories vs. statistics: Encouraging sexual health through narratives over numbers. Presented at Popular Culture Association
Egan, C. & Hudson Powell, R. (2009). Creating case studies from survey data to address college students' sexual behaviors, attitudes, & communications. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2007). Yoga-a-gogo: Symbolic interaction and cultural interpretations of yoga. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2007). Yoga abs and instant enlightenment: How American popular culture markets ancient Hindi spiritualism. Presented at Popular Culture Association in the South
Egan, C. (2006). Not quite Animal House: University students reveal their sexual behaviors, communications, and attitudes. Presented at Popular Culture Association in the South
Egan, C. (2005). Academic integrity in WebCT courses. Presented at Maryland Communication Association
Egan, C. (2005). The CSI Effect: How the show's popularity has impacted camps, crime labs, and courtrooms. Presented at Popular Culture Association in the South
Egan, C. (2004). How Ralph, Fred, Archie, and Homer devolved into Peter Griffith. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2003). A Vietnam War film for the new millennium: Perspective, patriotism, and propaganda in We Were Soldiers. Presented at National Communication Association
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Egan, C. (2002). September 11 silence. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2002). Censored professors, ACTA's blacklist, and 'turning yourself in' for free speech. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2002). (Un)Ethical actions: Activities on deceptive personal acts, advertisements, and speeches. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2002). Looking back, looking ahead: How defining legal obscenity in the past may affect the future of the Child Online Protection Act. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2002). Children speak up: Children's views of their families' home media rules and interactions. Presented at National Communication Association
Egan, C. (2002). My professors wear leather in their punk band!: A look through the Johari Window at discordant self identities. Presented at Popular Culture Association in the South

Book Chapters

Egan, C. (2007). Family Home Media Rules and Interactions. Lorin Basden-Arnold (Eds.), Family communication: Theory & research. New York: Allyn & Bacon.

Instructional Resources

Egan, C. (2002). Communication research insructor's manual and test bank, 3rd ed. (Textbook authors: Stacks, D. W., Hocking, J. E., & McDermott, S. T.). Longman/Allyn & Bacon., New York.
Egan, C. (2002). The St. Martin's guide to public speaking test bank. (Textbook authors: Tuman, J., & Fraleigh, D.). Bedford/St. Martin's., New York.
Egan, C. (2002). The St. Martin's guide to public speaking student workbook. (Textbook authors: Tuman, J., & Fraleigh, D.). Bedford/St. Martin's., New York.
Egan, C., Tuman, J., & Fraleigh, D. (2002). The St. Martin's guide to public speaking instructor's manual. (Textbook authors: Tuman, J., & Fraleigh, D.). Bedford/St. Martin's., New York.
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