The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication is pleased to recognize its 2022 honors students. These undergraduates completed a yearlong thesis project under the supervision of an MCC faculty member, demonstrating a serious intellectual curiosity about the discipline. Student names and thesis titles are listed here.
Congratulations to the 2022 Media, Culture, and Communication honors students on this singular achievement!
They’re Just Going to Think This is a Hick Town
Fated Adoption: A Failed Attempt to Challenge the TAM with the Health QR Code
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsuit: Girlbossing and Its Shortcomings
#filmisnotdead: The Resurgence of Analogue Film Photography, Cultural Nostalgia & Digital Escapism
Reinventing Otherness: Food Meets Space at the New Essex Market in New York City
The 1985 Daewoo Zemmix: South Korea's Information Age through a Video Game Console
Resisting Colonial Legacies: South American Indigenous Visual Culture in Digital Spaces
Samantha G O'Donnell
The Gendered Nature of the Cyborg
Eniola Omone Joan Oshiafi
Queering Nollywood: Exploring the Shift in Representation of Queerness in Nollywood Films Spanning Two Decades
#AbortionActivism: Are Social Media Platforms Really A "Cure-All" for the Pro-Choice Movement?
The Cost of Convenience: The Intention-Behavior Gap and the Problem of Fast Fashion
Our Dystopian Future: Building the Metaverse Based on Science Fiction
Looking Through "The Gaze": Cosmetic Advertising and Reversal Celebrity Endorsement
A (Mis)Fired Canon: Examining Mediated Curricular Disputes in America through the Beloved Bill
Not Your Martyr: Media Coverage of Viral Black Death in Post Racial America