MSc in Media & Refugee / Migration Flows
1, Sophocleous str., 10559, Athens, Greece

Stamatis Poulakidakos

Tenured Senior Teaching Fellow and Instructor
COURSE:Methodology of Quantitative and Qualitative Social Research
Field of specialization, studies, work experience:

Laboratory Teaching Staff at the Department of Communication and Media Studies of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA). He holds a BA and a PhD degrees from the Department of Communication and Media Studies (NKUA), and an MA degree in New Media, Information and Society (Research Track) from London School of Economics (LSE). He has worked as Lecturer at Bournemouth University. He is specialized in media monitoring, propaganda, social movements, “new” media and quantitative content analysis.

Description of prior teaching/training activities:

Among the modules he has taught on both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, are:

  • Research methods
  • Propaganda and the internet
  • Political Communication
  • Media Monitoring
  • Propaganda and the media
  • Sports and the media
Additional information (such as publications, awards, link, etc):

He has authored the book “Propaganda and Public Discourse. The presentation of the MoU by the Greek Media” (Athens: DaVinci Books) and co-edited “Media events: A critical contemporary approach” (London: Palgrave-McMillan). In addition, he has published several research papers on political communication, propaganda, social media and the public sphere, political advertisements, social movements and other media related issues. In addition, he has taken part in many research projects and in various Greek and international conferences.