Associate Professor, Journalism and Media Studies
BREC 2245: Broadcast News Writing and Editing
BREC 4440: Television Reporting
BREC 4953: Communication Issues in Television News
COMM 3900: Ethical Problems of Mass Communication
COMM 6100: Qualitative Research Methods in Communication
COMM 6800: Proseminar and Multimedia Technology
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1983
M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978
B.A. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 1971
The university’s commitment to social justice is very appealing to me.
Journalism, media ethics
National Press Photographers Association
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Reporter/producer, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Reporter and producer: WBAY-TV
WFRV-TV reporter: Wisconsin Public Radio
Slattery, K. (in press). “The Moral Meaning of Recent Revisions to the SPJ Code of Ethics.”
Slattery, K. (2014). “Ethics and Journalistic Standards: An Examination Of the Relationship Between Journalism Codes of Ethics and Deontological Moral Theory,” in Wyatt, W. (ed.), The Ethics of Journalism: Individual, Institutional and Cultural Influences, NY: I.B. Tarus & Co. Ltd. Series: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Slattery, K. & Garner, A. “News Coverage of US Mothers of Soldiers During the Vietnam War: Shedding the Image of Spartan Motherhood.” Journalism Practice. (DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2014.924735). Available online July 2014.
Slattery, K. (2013). “Conflict as a News Value,” in Soan, D. and Greer, J. (eds.), Northport, AL: Vision Press.
Slattery, K. & Doremus, M. (2013). “Suppressing Allied Atrocity Stories: The Unwritten Clause of the World War II Censorship Code.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 89(4), 624-42.
Garner, A. & Slattery, K. (2012). “Mobilizing Mother: From Good Mother to Patriotic Mother in World War I.” Journalism & Mass Communication Monographs 14(1), 5-77.
Slattery, K., Garner, A., Wolburg, J. & Turner, L. (2012). “At the Intersection of Jesuit and Feminist Moral Philosophies: Teaching for Social Justice in the Engaged Classroom,” in Boryczka, J. and Petrino, E. (eds), Jesuit and Feminist Education: Intersections in Teaching And Learning for the Twenty-First Century, New York: Fordham University Press.
Slattery, K. & Garner, A. (2011). “Mother as Mother and Mother asCitizen: Mothers of Combat on National Network News.” Journalism:Theory, Practice & Criticism, 13(1), 87-102.
Garner, A. & Slattery, K. (2010). “World War I and the Mobilizationof Maternal Sacrifice: Considerations for Peace Politics,” Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict, pp. 46-2.
Garner, A. & Slattery, K. (2010). “The Patriotic Good Mother of WorldWar II: A Study of a Cultural Ideal.” Journalism Studies, 11(2), 143-157.(Lead Article)
Slattery, K. (2008). “Repairers of the Breach: Cases and Commentaries.”Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 23(4), 312-314.