Pablo J. Boczkowski
Pablo J. Boczkowski (Ph.D., Cornell University, 2001) is AT&T Research Professor; Director of the M.S. in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program; and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina. His research program looks at the transition from print to digital media, with a focus on the organizational and occupational dynamics of journalism and examined through a comparative lens. He is the author of three books, one edited volume, and over twenty-five journal articles and fifty conference presentations. His current projects include an edited volume Remaking the News (joint with Chris Anderson), which is under contract and under review at The MIT Press; a book monograph on the demise of print journalism as a window into understanding how social institutions decay; and a large-scale account of the dynamics of media and cultural consumption in contemporary Argentina. He is an avid soccer fan and, like his compatriot Francisco, never loses faith on his beloved San Lorenzo de Almagro.
|PhD||Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University|
|MA||Science and Technology Studies, Cornell University|
|Doctor, Psychology, University of Belgrano, Argentina|
|Licenciado (5-year undergraduate degree), Psychology, University of Buenos Aires|
Boczkowski, P. & Mitchelstein, E. (2013). The news gap: When the information preferences of the media and the public diverge. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Boczkowski, P. (2010). News at work: Imitation in an age of information abundance. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Boczkowski, P. (2004). Digitizing the news: Innovation in online newspapers. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Gillespie, T., Boczkowski, P., & Foot, K. (2014). Media technologies: Essays on
Selected Awards and Honors
2011 Best Book Award, Section on Communication and Information Technologies, American Sociological Association.
2005 Outstanding Book Award, International Communication Association.
2005 Outstanding Book Award, Critical and Cultural Studies Division, National Communication Association.
2004 Outstanding Book Award, Organizational Communication Division, National Communication Association.