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Daphne Wales

Lecturer, Harrington School of Communication and Media Studies, University of Rhode Island , USA

Daphne B. Wales is a lecturer at the Harrington School of Communication and Media Studies, University of Rhode Island, USA. Her academic and research interests include community development, especially as it pertains to sustainable living, media criticism and music as political and cultural expression. Currently she is examining sustainable living and global challenges which confront the economic and historical paradigms of the 21st century. Among her recently tough courses are communication fundamentals, great American speeches, interpersonal communication, small group communication, and sustainable energy and communication. Daphne also enjoys advising students on their academic career as they prepare for and integrate their studies into real world ventures during the time they are enrolled at the University and well beyond. She is a member of Interdisciplinary Media Major committee; UNClassroom: Harrington School Professional Partnerships committee; and a treasurer at Phi Beta Kappa honor society. Among Daphne's selected publications is presentation entitled "The Commodification of Culture: An Examination or Rap Music" and paper "The Manipulation of Race in the Thomas Hearings."