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Katy Pearce

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Washington
  • 6h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 218CitationsNumber of citations received by Katy's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

the Caucasus.EurasiaAzerbaijansocial media. ArmeniaCultural contexts of technology adoption and use. Mobile communication

About

PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Communication Advisor: Ronald E. Rice

Co-authors (14)

Publications (36)

Looking back to look forward: Tracing the history of affordances to develop a framework for understanding communication technology

  • Treem J
  • Pearce K
  • Evans S
Communication Theory 
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Somewhat separate and unequal: Digital divides, social networking sites, and capital-enhancing activities

  • Pearce K
  • Rice R
Social Media + Society (2017)
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Somewhat separate and unequal: Social networking site choice and activity differences and their capital-enhancing potential

  • Pearce K
  • Rice R
International Communication Association Conference (2017)
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Performing honor online: The affordances of social media for surveillance and impression management in an honor culture

  • Pearce K
  • Vitak J
New Media & Society (2016)
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No laughing matter: Humor as a means of dissent in the digital era: The case of authoritarian Azerbaijan

  • Pearce K
  • Hajizada A
Demokratizatsiya (2014)
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Washington

July 2012 - Present

Adjunct Professor

Georgetown University

August 2011 - July 2012(a year)

Adjunct Professor

The University of Memphis

August 2011 - December 2011(4 months)

Analyst

Department of State

January 2011 - September 2011(8 months)

Education history

PhD

University of California, Santa Barbara

September 2006 - June 2011(5 years)

MA

University of London School for Oriental and African Studies

September 2005 - December 2006(a year)

BA

University of Michigan

September 1997 - April 2001(4 years)