PhD, University of Minnesota
MA, The Pennsylvania State University
BS, University of Wisconsin–La Crosse
JAMS 361 — Media Ethics
JAMS 381 — Controlling Dissent: Legal and Ethical Restraints on Expression in American Society
JAMS 559 — Law of Mass Communication
JAMS 661 — Seminar in Mass Communication and Society
JAMS 860 — Seminar in Mass Communication: Newswork and the New Capitalism
Media ethics, freedom of speech, media and political theory. Current research focuses on free speech zones and the management of dissent in democratic society.
Media Ethics, Law of Mass Communication, News and the Construction of Reality
Allen, David S. “Limiting Participatory Culture: The New Police Power and the Legitimization of Free Speech Zones.” Urban Communication Regulation: Designing Communication Abundance and Limits in the Urban Century. Eds. Susan J. Drucker and Harvey Jassem. New York: Peter Lang (forthcoming 2017)..
Allen, David S. “’Limiting Participatory Culture: The New Police Power and Free Speech Zones’.” Urban Communication Regulation: Designing Communication Abundance and Limits in the Urban Century. Ed. Drucker, Susan J., Jassem, Harvey, and . Peter Lang, .
Allen, David S. ‘Spatial Ethics and the Public Forum’. Peter Lang, .
Allen, David S., and Hindman, Elizabeth B. “The Media and Democracy: Using Democratic Theory in Journalistic Ethics.” The Ethics of Journalism: Individual, Institutional and Cultural Influences.. Ed. Wyatt, Wendy. IB Tauris, (2014): 185-203.
Allen, David S. “Creating Meaning, Creating Citizens: The U.S. Supreme Court and the Control of Meaning in the Public Sphere.” Communication and Law: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Research. Ed. Reynolds, Amy, and Barnett, Brooke. Lawrence Erlbaum, (2006): 109-137.
Allen, David S. “Jürgen Habermas and the Search for Democratic Principles.” Moral Engagement in Public Life: Theorists for Contemporary Ethics. Ed. Bracci, Sharon L., and Christians, Clifford G. Peter Lang Publishing, (2002): 97-122.