E. Loges (Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1992) is Associate Professor
of New Media Communications and Sociology at Oregon State University.
research focuses on the social roles of media. Dr. Loges has published in
journals in the fields of communication, sociology, social psychology, and
medicine, and he co-authored the entry
on values in the Encyclopedia of
Sociology and the entry on mass
media and crime in the
Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice.
He co-authored a book with Jon Bruschke, Free Press vs. Fair Trials: Examining Publicity’s Role in Trial
Outcomes.In 2006, with co-author Adrian
Carpusor, Dr. Loges published research documenting housing discrimination in
the Los Angeles rental housing market. In 1998 Dr. Loges was awarded the
Beverly B. and James K. Baker Fellowship by the Institute for Global Ethics.