COMD 341 // Media and Society
• Ph.D. in Communication, The Ohio State University, 2018
• M.A. in Communication, The Ohio State University, 2016
• B.A. in Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University 2012
Ayşenur Dal joined the Department of Communication and Design in 2018. She received her PhD in Communication from The Ohio State University in 2018. Her research centers upon the social-psychological determinants of online political activities. In her work, she adapts a quantitative approach using survey methodology and social network analysis.
Dr. Dal’s work thus far has appeared in Human Communication Research, Oxford Handbook of New Social Movements, International Journal of Communication, and Social Science Quarterly. She also has reports featured at the Center for Global Communication Studies at Annenberg School for Communication.
Political Communication, Information and Communication Technologies, Online Political Expression, Social Networks, Risk Perceptions,
Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals
• Nisbet, E.C., Kamenchuk, O., & Dal, A. (2017). “A psychological firewall? Risk perceptions and public support for online censorship in Russia”. Social Science Quarterly, 98, 958-975.
• Behrouzian, G., Nisbet, E. C., Dal, A., & Carkoglu, A. (2016). Resisting censorship: How citizens navigate closed-media environments. International Journal of Communication, 10, 4345-4367.
• Garrett, R. K., Gvirsman, S. D., Johnson, B. K., Tsfati, Y., Neo, R., & Dal, A. (2014). Implications of pro- and counter-attitudinal information exposure for affective polarization. Human Communication Research, 40, 309-332.
Book Chapters & Other Publications
• Dal, A., Nisbet, E.C., & Carkoglu, A. (2016) “Patterns of news media consumption and social media use in Turkey” in Rising Soft Powers: Turkey, USC Center for Public Diplomacy.
• Earl, J., Hunt, J., Garrett, R. K., & Dal, A. (2015). New technologies and social movements. In D. della Porta & M. Diani (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.
• Nisbet, E.C., Dal, A., Behrouzian, G., & Carkoglu, A. (October, 2015). “Benchmarking demand: Turkey’s contested Internet”. Center for Global Communication Studies, The Annenberg School for Communication at University of Pennsylvania.