Assistant Professor, The iSchool at Drexel
Office: 409 Rush
Curriculum Vitae: CV (pdf)
I am an assistant professor in the College of Information Science & Technology at Drexel University. My areas of interest are in information policy, government information, and ethics. I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Washington in July 2010. My dissertation, Identifying the enemy: Social categorization and national security policy, was a critical discourse analysis of the way threat is constructed in government-sponsered media campaigns.
- Meyers, E.M., Nathan, L.P. and Unsworth, K. (2010). Who's watching your kids? Safety and surveillance in virtual worlds for children. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 3(2). (Available at http://www.jvwresearch.org/page/home)
Identifying the enemy: Social categorization and national security policy. (2010). University of Washington. PhD thesis.
- Unsworth, K. (2009). Ethical concerns of information policy and organization in national security. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 47(7). (Abstract available at: http://catalogingandclassificationquarterly.com/ccq47nr7.html