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Dr. Montana Miller

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Assistant Professor

Phone: (800) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Toledo, Ohio, United States
Bowling Green State University
One University Drive
Huron, Ohio 44839
United States

Company Description: Bowling Green provides the singers, set and costumes; Eastman provides the musicians, which includes instruments such as harpsichords, lutes and viola da gamba.
Background

Employment History

Education

  • doctorate
    University of California at Los Angeles
  • B.A.
    Harvard University
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What Kids Can Do
whatkidscando.org, 14 Aug 2014 [cached]
Montana Miller, an ethnographer and folklorist, specializes in youth culture in her position as Associate Professor in the Department of Popular Culture at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. She is the author of "Playing Dead: Mock Trauma and Folk Drama in Staged High School Drunk Driving Tragedies" (Utah State University Press, 2012). Formerly a flying trapeze artist and professional high diver, Dr. Miller is currently one of the top competitive skydivers in the world and works as a tandem skydive instructor in Long Island, New York during the summer. She has a B.A. from Harvard University and a doctorate from the University of California at Los Angeles. A lifelong news junkie, she provides the WKCD website with its "Kids on the Wire" items.
What Kids Can Do
www.wkcd.org, 24 Aug 2010 [cached]
Montana Miller, an ethnographer and folklorist, specializes in youth culture in her position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Popular Culture at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Trained as a flying trapeze artist and professional high diver, Dr. Miller has a B.A. from Harvard University and a doctorate from the University of California at Los Angeles. A lifelong news junkie, she provides the WKCD website with its "Kids on the Wire" items. She lives in Perrysburg, Ohio.
The speaker is Dr. Montana ...
tell.toledo.com [cached]
The speaker is Dr. Montana Miller, Associate Professor of Popular Culture at Bowling Green State University. Dr. Miller will discuss the themes [...]
The problem, to some extent, is ...
www.postgazette.com, 16 Jan 2011 [cached]
The problem, to some extent, is that social media breaks down the walls between what was a previously clear distinction between "on-campus" and "off-campus" activities, said Montana Miller, an associate professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and an expert in social media and Internet ethics.
To Dr. Miller, there is no situation in which students under 18 should be Facebook friends with their teachers.
"The student may not realize that by friending their teacher, they are revealing details about their home life that the teacher may feel compelled to judge," she said. "The teacher is in an impossible position once they have access to that kind of private activity."
Even among her college students, Dr. Miller has been put in uncomfortable positions. She tells her students that while she prefers to keep her student interactions off Facebook and she never "friends" any of her students, she will accept friend requests from them. She then gives a lecture about the hazards of using Facebook.
Despite those warnings, she regularly finds herself in "tricky dilemmas" about what she sees on Facebook.
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But with minor students and their teachers, Dr. Miller sees particular problems.
A teacher who can no longer judge a student fairly after seeing profane comments, for example, or a student who complains bitterly about the unfairness of a test.
"The problem is that it shatters this boundary that has to be there when a minor is in the position of being powerless under this teacher who can really affect their entire lives," she said.
Where Ms. Miller sees the problems inherent in social media, Frank LoMonte sees possibilities.
"People love to watch other people ...
www.toledoblade.com, 11 Aug 2010 [cached]
"People love to watch other people let go of their inhibitions and let loose with all their rage," said Montana Miller, an assistant professor of popular culture at Bowling Green State University. "I think maybe it's a vicarious expression of the emotions we have to repress in everyday life."
The video reached viral status when views hit the thousands, Ms. Miller said.
"What really makes it viral [is] when it spreads contagiously and unpredictably by people sending it on to their friends and connections," she said. "It multiplies."
She predicts spoofs and other "creative modifications" ahead. Whether the video become more than a one-day blip could depend on something about it entering the popular lingo - as in "Don't Tase me, bro."
"I guess whatever phrase it would be would include 'McNugget,'•" she said.
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