Ph.D. Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Ph.D. Minor in Sociology, Ph.D. Minor in Human Development and Family StudiesM.S. Family and Consumer Journalism, University of Wisconsin-Madison.B.A. Journalism, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Emphasis
in Public Relations and Advertising, Business Certificate
My primary area of interest is broadcast media effects. I am
particularly interested in how the family as a social unit is affected by the
television set in their homes. Teaching at WLC has allowed me to focus on
additional areas including sport and health communication. I also teach the
writing for mass communication course and have the privilege of being the
faculty advisor for the student newspaper, The SWORD.
Moudry, J. (2017) “Representations of Florence Nightingale,
Bessie Coleman and Michelle Obama in Disney Junior’s Doc McStuffins.” Central
States Communication Association Convention. Minneapolis, MN. March 16, 2017.
Schlenvogt-Dew, J., Koepsell, K., Moudry, J. et al. (2016). His Days, My
Praise: Daily Devotions for Women. Milwaukee, WI: Northwestern Publishing
Moudry, J. Heins, M., Hoehl, S., Lau, A., & Retberg, A. (2014)
Approaches to Teaching through the Lutheran Lens in Communication Courses. Wisconsin Lutheran College. Lutheran Colleges Conference. Milwaukee, WI.
August 11, 2014.
Moudry, J. & Lau, A. (2013) Enhancing Connections in
Basic Course Learning Groups: The Impact of Full-Semester vs. Partial-Semester
Learning Groups on Learning Group Identification, Cohesion and Communication in
the Basic Communication Course. National
Communication Association. Washington,
D.C. November 22, 2013. Awarded one of
four “Top Papers in the Basic Course Division.”
Moudry, J. (2010). "'Sports Are Good for Kids to See':
Parents' Perceptions That Televised Sports Are Consistent With Their
Values." A Mirror of Our Culture: Sport and Society in America. Conference
presentation. St. Norbert College: Green Bay, WI. May 28, 2010.
Moudry, J. and Kveen, L. (2008). "Service Learning: A
Truly Active Tool For Exploring, Explaining and Engaging – A Student
Perspective on an Assignment. Healthy Options Tosa Campaign for the Wauwatosa
Wisconsin Public Health Department." Central States Communication
Association Conference. Madison, WI. April 11, 2008.
Moudry, J. (2008) “Perceived Value Congruence and Family
Communication Pattern as Predictors of Parental Television Mediation.” Doctoral
dissertation. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
Moudry, J. (2007). "From the big bubble to the small
bubble." National Communication Association Convention. Chicago, IL.
November 15, 2007.