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Anthony Eseke, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Communication and Public Relations



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Interest and areas of expertise
  • Pursues research in Media effects studies; and Peace & Conflict Communication studies.
  • Published research include “Effects of Conflict news on Intercultural Othering: An International Comparative Study” (Dissertation, University of Florida)
  • Expertise in Research Methods include Experiments; Surveys, Content Analysis; and Discourse & Literary Analysis.
  • Book Publication include: “ ‘Will you marry me’: Hints on Mixed and Disparate Marriages” (ISBN-13: 978-9782952967)
  • Conference papers include “Effects of scandal and post scandal news on audience perception of organizational reputation”, 5th Annual International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference (2015); “Effects of race frames in TV commercials on consumer affectivity and product purchase likelihood”, AEJMC 39th Annual Southeast Colloquium (2014).
  • Ongoing Research Grant on Crisis Communication in Faith-based Organizations
  • Ph.D. in Mass Communication, University of Florida
  • MAMC in International/Cross-Cultural Communication, University of Florida
  • M.A. in Public Relations, University of Nigeria
  • B.A. in English, University of Ibadan
  • B.TH. in Theology, SS. Peter and Paul Seminary, Nigeria
  • B.A. in Philosophy, SS. Peter and Paul Seminary, Nigeria
Classes I teach
  • COMM 105 – Fundamentals of Oral Communication
  • COMM 301 - Persuasion: Theory & Practice
  • COMM 313 – Relational Communication
  • COMM 333 – Business/Organizational Communication
  • COMM 353 – Crisis Communication and Media Relations
  • COMM 241 - Small Group Communication
  • COMM 342 - Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 354 - Interpersonal Conflict