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Christyne Berzsenyi, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of English, teaching Techno-Rhetoric and Professional Writing as well as Genre-based Literature and Cultural Studies at Penn State Wilkes-Barre since 1998. Current 2LAS Coordinator.
Her research utilizes rhetorical discourse analysis and theorizing of media rhetoric, pop culture, and computer-mediated communication texts in E-dating, film/video Promotions, Constructing Interlocutor Relationships Online, and Writing Pedagogy.
“Writing to Meet Your Match: Rhetoric and Self-Presentation for Four Online Daters.” , Innovative Methods and Technologies for Electronic Discourse Analysis. - August, 2013
Inviting "Millennials" to Be Voices for Social Justice in Their Creative Writings, College English Association Forum - July (3rd Quarter/Summer), 2011
The Golden Girls share signature stories: Narratives of aging, identity, and communal desire, Americana: The Journal of American Popular Culture, 1900 to Present - 2010
" We’re Just Kidding": Sexual Obscenities in Classroom Chat and Teaching about Audience, The Writing Instructor - 2004
"Evil, Deadly, Beautiful:" Drive-in Horror's Monstrous Women! - 2003
Comments to comments: Teachers and students in written dialogue about critical revision, Composition Studies - 2001
Teaching interlocutor relationships in electronic classrooms, Computers and Composition - 1999