Department of Communication and Internet Studies
Cyprus University of Technology
Angeliki Gazi is a psychologist, graduate of the University of Ioannina and holds a postgraduate and doctoral degree in the Department of Communication and Media, University of Athens, with emphasis on Communication Psychology and more specifically on identity issues on radio. Her clinical education concerns group psychology. She has taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Psychology and Media at the University of Peloponnese, the University of Athens and the National School of Public Administration. He has published articles, edited books and has presented papers at international conferences. He is a reviewer in international journals, a member of the International Scientific Committee of the Journal of Radio and Audio Media, Broadcast Research Association, Routledge ed. and a member of the International Scientific Committee of The Radio Journal, Intellect Ltd., Great Britain. He is a founding member and former Vice-President of the Radio Research Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), member of the Groupe de Recherches and Etudes sur la Radio (GRER) Scientific Committee, Regular Member of the Hellenic Psychological Society and Sector Coordinator Media Psychology and Technology.
Identity, Emotions, Relationship to Radio, Television, Internet. Interpersonal, Interpersonal Communication, Identity, Emotions through Digital Platforms of Mediated Experience, Social Media, Mobile.
Gazi A, Cordeiro P, Starkey G, Dimitrakopoulou D (2014). Generation C and audio media: A cross-cultural analysis of differences in media consumption in four European countries. Participation: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 11: 239-257.
Charitos D, Diamantaki K, Gazi A, Meimaris M (2005) The emergence of new types of hybrid mobile communication environments and their impact on social life within the urban context, 3rd International Conference Communication and Reality, Digital Utopia in the Media: from Discourses to Facts. A Balance: 20-21.