T.A. Experience:

Com 102

Com 105

Com 471


Research Interests:

Health communication, violence and media, domestic violence prevention, obesity prevention, women’s health, media effects



M.A. in communication, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus

B.A. English with minor in philosophy, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus


Conference Presentations:

Cameron, N. (2016). Whipping her into submission: A discourse analysis of intimate partner violence on social media. Paper presented at the Pop Culture Association Conference, Seattle, Washington.

Cameron, N. (2016). “Tambourine!” A feminist discourse analysis of witness’ reactions to A Case of Intimate Partner Violence. Paper presented at the Globalization and Diversity Conference, Spokane, Washington.

Cameron, N., Muldrow, A., & Stefani, W. (2016). African American women’s perception of health and body image: A culture-centered approach. Presented at Wiley Research Exposition, Washington State University.

Hust, S., Boyce-Rodgers, K., Cameron, N. (2015). She’s eye candy: Predictor’s of the sexual objectification of Women. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Francisco, CA.

Cameron, N. (2015). Public crisis or private hell? The framing of intimate partner violence in Jamaican news over a decade. Paper presented at the Caribbean Studies  Conference, New Orleans, LA.