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Associate Professor Shu-Ling Chen Berggreen joined CU in 1990. She conducts research and teaches in the areas of children and media, media and identity politics, media and globalization, media institutions and economics in the U.S. and in Asia, and methodological issues in media research.
Her work has appeared in various U.S. and international publications such as Asia Pacific Media Educator, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Global Studies Journal, Mass Communication and Society, Journal of Mass Media Ethics, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, and Intermedia.
Her current research focuses on cultural, economic and political significance of media narratives in the ever-growing global consumerism in the digital age, with a special interest in the role of media’s mythic storytelling in the conceptualization and commodification of tea.
She holds a PhD from the University of Tennessee with multiple majors and minors in broadcasting, media and socialization, child and family studies and applied statistics.