Department of Economics
Sholpan Kozhamkulova graduated from Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU) in Almaty in 2000. She worked as an editor at “Aykos,” a Kazakhstani publishing house. She has also taught Journalism courses at the Abylay Khan Kazakh State University of International Relations and World Languages. In 2002, Ms Kozhamkulova received the Presidential Bolashak Scholarship for international study and joined the School of Communication’s graduate program at American University, Washington, D.C. After graduation in 2004, she joined the faculty of KazNU as a senior lecturer. In 2005, Ms. Kozhamkulova successfully applied to the Ph.D. program in Political Communications at KazNU. In the same year, she joined KIMEP as a senior lecturer in journalism and the supervisor of The KIMEP Times student newspaper. She completed her PhD program in June 2008. Ms. Kozhamkulova currently teaches several journalism courses at KIMEP and conducts research projects related to how the broadcast news media of Kazakhstan report political news.
Broadcast news in Kazakhstan, framing effects of the news, agenda-setting in mass media, gate keeping role of media, media literacy
“Culture and news media in Kazakhstan” // Turkic historical and cultural heritage in the Eurasian and Central Asian contexts: Materials of international scientific-practical conference devoted to 80-th anniversary of the Abay Kazakh National University, Almaty, 2008.
Agenda-setting theory and news media of Kazakhstan in the example of TV news” // Topical problems of modern Kazakhstani political science. Materials of international scientific-practical conference devoted to 80-th anniversary of Prof. Mustafin T.T. / Exec. Editor Prof. L.M. Ivatova – Almaty, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 2008, pp. 228-231.
Central Asian Accent of News Media Genres: Global Demands Vs Regional Seasoning” // KIRC 2012: IX KIMEP International Research Conference, April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan