Dr. Mary Ellen Schiller has more than twenty years' experience teaching undergraduate and graduate-level university students in several communications-related degree programs. In addition, she has extensive experience as a consultant to a variety of professional organizations and businesses.


Publications:
Altering the Paradigm: Educational Leadership and Change Management in the Professional Medical Society – A Case Study & Follow-up

This paper, based on a case study, examines educational leadership and change management in a specialty medical society as the organization attempts to alter its continuing medical education (CME) paradigm.

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Providing Knowledge for Ethical Practice in Marketing Communications: A Kohlbergian Rationale & Model

This paper describes a pedagogical approach based upon Lawrence Kohlberg's "Stages of Moral Reasoning" to teaching a graduate-level course in integrated marketing communications.

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Confronting the U.S. Immigration Debate: From What Foundation Does the Right to Location Emanate?

From the context of present and projected U.S. (and global) immigration patterns, this paper focuses on a question of fundamental human rights and evaluates the moral/ethical legitimacy of various responses.

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The Assimilation Question: An Examination of Attitudes toward Cultural Adaptation in Current Diasporic Groups

This paper focuses on current, prominent diasporic groups in the U.S. and Western Europe examining their attitudes toward cultural adaptation, and the implications for both host and immigrant cultures.

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Americans Now: The Re-shaping of Power, Culture and Identity

This paper examines the phenomenon of American power, culture and collective identity and addresses the certain impact of evolving, global realities thereon.

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Multiple Perspectives, One World: The Many Meanings of Globalization

This paper explores the range of meanings that are attached to the term and the phenomenon of globalization, and what the differences may portend for human society.

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