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Frith, Katherine Toland

FRITH, Katherine Toland

FRITH, Katherine Toland. American, b. 1946. Genres: Communications/Media. Career: Iowa State University, Ames, teacher of journalism for five years; Pennsylvania State University, University Park, faculty member, c. 1988-, currently associate professor of advertising, past chairperson of advertising program. Fulbright professor in Malaysia, 1986-87, and Indonesia, 1993; Nanyang Technological University, visiting senior fellow, 1996-98; Asian Mass Communication and Information Center, Singapore, member. Worked as an advertising copywriter in NYC, for such firms as J. Walter Thompson, N. W. Ayer, and Grey Advertising. Publications: (ed.) Advertising in Asia: Communication, Culture, and Consumption, 1996; (ed.) Undressing the Ad: Reading Culture in Advertising, 1998. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 125 Carnegie Bldg., College of Communications, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA 16801, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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