Rudy Pugliese

Rudy Pugliese

Rudy Pugliese
585-475-5925
3008 Eastman Hall

Professor Pugliese received a Ph.D. in mass communications from Temple University, an M.A. from the College at Brockport, and a B.A. from SUNY Oneonta. His dissertation, an investigation of retention factors in distance education, was funded by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. His research interests include digital media as they relate to politics and pedagogy. He currently advises the Reporter magazine at RIT.

Degrees: 
BA, State University of New York College at Oneonta; MA, State University of New York College at Brockport; Ph.D., Temple University
Publications: 

Foltz, F., Pugliese, R., & Ferber, P. (2011). Recovery.gov: Small steps toward transparency, interactivity, and trust, E-Government Website Development: Future Trends and Strategic Models, E. Downey, C.D. Ekstrom, & M.A. Jones, (Eds.), IGI Global, Hershey, PA.

Ferber, P., Foltz, F., & Pugliese, R. (2008). Demographics and political characteristics affecting state legislature Websites: The quality and digital divides, Journal of Political Marketing, 7(1), 48-68.

Ferber, P., Foltz, F., & Pugliese, R. (2007). Cyberdemocracy and online politics: A new model of interactivity. Bulletin of Science Technology Society, 27(5), 391- 400.