Stephen Kline

From Powerbase
Revision as of 17:23, 4 February 2009 by Mary Spowart (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search


Stephen Kline is Professor of Communications at Simon Fraser University Canada.

Biographical Information


  • 1977 Ph.D. Psychology, London School of Economics, UK

Structure and characteristics of television news broadcasting: their effects upon opinion change.

  • 1970 B.A. Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada

Current activities

Klines current research interests include,

  • Advertising
  • Children’s media & culture
  • Audience research
  • Public communication campaigns
  • Non-broadcast video designs & uses.[1]



In reply to an e-mail inquiry in January 2009 regarding his membership of the AEF Kline stated that he had been a member since around 2003. While the membership entailed his name being posted on the network, contact was minimal. He further stated, "I suppose I am typical of many academics who work in the area of children's advertising etc. I have used the resources of the AEF from time to time but other than that do not really function within the network." [3]

Publications, Contact, Resources and Notes



Phone:778-782-4793 / 3434



  1. Simon Fraser University Stephen Kline,accessed February 3 2009.
  2. Advertising Education Forum AEF Academic Network (AAN),accessed 1 August 2007.
  3. Email correspondence between Stephen Kline and David Miller January 9-13 2009.