Anna Klyueva is an assistant professor of communication and public relations at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, teaching in the Communication and Digital Media Studies programs. Her research program revolves around the matters of international and global strategic communication, global media, public relations ethics, and public diplomacy. An important part of her scholarship investigates the uses of strategic communication and questions of media ethics internationally.
Dr. Klyueva has authored over 20 publications on the topics of media transparency, cultural and public diplomacy, and online political engagement. Her most recent work investigated the social media potential for facilitating and empowering social movements in Russia through an examination of the political protests in 2011–2012.
Her work is published in the International Journal of Communication, JOMEC, Journal of Historical Research in Marketing, Public Relations Review, Journal of Russian Communication, and Central European Journal of Communication, among others. Anna Klyueva’s professional experience includes broadcast journalism and communication management in the airline industry and nonprofit organizations in Russia, Central Asia, and the United States.
Klyueva, A., & Mikhaylova, A. (2017). Building the Russian World: Cultural diplomacy of the Russian language and cultural identity. JOMEC: Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies Journal, 11, 125-143.
Klyueva, A. (2016). Taming online political engagement in Russia: Disempowered publics, empowered state and challenges of the Fully Functioning Society. International Journal of Communication, 10, 4661-4680.
Klyueva, A., & Tsetsura, K. (2015). Economic foundations of morality: Questions of transparency and ethics in Russian journalism. Central European Journal of Communication, 1(14), 21-36.