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Malcolm Shaw Maclean

Malcolm Shaw Maclean, American educator. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Fulbright fellow, 1956-1957.; Fellow American Sociological Association; member Association Education in Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Tau Alpha.

Background

  • Maclean, Malcolm Shaw was born on June 28, 1920 in St. Paul. Son of Malcolm Shaw and Marion (Brown) MacLachlan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts cum laude, University of Minnesota, 1947, Master of Arts, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, 1954.

    Career

    • Instructor University of Minnesota, 1949-1950. Instructor, then assistant professor of University Wisconsin, 1950-1956. Associate professor, then professor Michigan State University, 1956-1964.

      George H. Gallup professor of University Iowa, 1964-1968, director School Journalism, 1967-1974. President International Communication Association.

    Works

    • Contributing author: Due Anni Col Pubblico Cinematografico, 1958. Research Planning, Introduction to Mass Communication Research, 1958. Dimensions of Communication, 1965.

      Communication and Culture, 1966. Communication: Theory and Research, 1967. Contributor to journals in field.

    Membership

    Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Fulbright fellow, 1956-1957. Fellow American Sociological Association.

    Member Association Education in Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Tau Alpha.

    Connections

    • Married Eleonora Monti, May 22, 1948. Children: Alessandra Manca, Lester Monti.
    • father: Malcolm Shaw MacLachlan.
    • mother: Marion (Brown) MacLachlan.
    • spouse: Eleonora Monti
    • children: Alessandra Manca Maclean
    • Lester Monti Maclean
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    Born June 28, 1920
    Died February 20, 1974
    (aged 53)
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