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by Jessica McDunn, University Relations

 

Whitfield’s chapter, titled “Truth on Campus: The Anonymous David Slays the Political Goliath, But at What Cost?” discusses the issue of anonymous expression over the Internet through an examination of a now defunct controversial Web site that arose in 2000 when a mainland university faculty member grew frustrated with the local media.

Whitfield earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Missouri, his master’s at the University of North Texas, and his doctorate at Texas Tech University. He is a veteran of the United States Army and worked as a professional journalist for a number of years. With 26 years of teaching experience, Whitfield joined HPU in 2003.

The book was edited by Mitchell Land, Ph.D., and Bill W. Hornaday. Land will teach two classes at HPU this summer, Introduction to Journalism and Global Communication Cases.
 

 

 

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