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Journalism ethics at the crossroads: Democracy, fake news, and the news crisis

Book review. F. Marion Kronauge (undergraduate journalism student). (forthcoming). A review of Robert Patching and Martin Hirst book Journalism ethics at the crossroads: Democracy, fake news, and the news crisis, to […]

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Film and Cinema: Industry Studies Kate Fortmueller

Kate Fortmueller has become the section editor for “Film and Cinema: Industry Studies,” Routledge Resources Online: Screen Studies, Sarah Atkinson (general editor). New York: Routledge.

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Knowing Thy Enemy and Fighting the Good Fight: A Framework for Organizational Preparation for and Response to AI-driven Disinformation Campaigns Yan Jin

Elise Karinshak (undergraduate student) and Yan Jin’s paper “Knowing Thy Enemy and Fighting the Good Fight: A Framework for Organizational Preparation for and Response to AI-driven Disinformation Campaigns” received the Emerald Professional […]

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2022 Paula Kantor Award for Excellence in Field Research Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed

Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed was named winner of the 2022 Paula Kantor Award for Excellence in Field Research by the International Center for Research on Women. She received $2500 for the […]

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Working in the Media Industries: Qualitative & Quantitative Market Research Kate Fortmueller

Kate Fortmueller is co-moderating a webinar on “Working in the Media Industries: Qualitative & Quantitative Market Research,” from 12 noon to 1 p.m. on Sept. 16. Abstract: Interested in incorporating […]

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Tools and Techniques for Building & Sustaining Trust in Health Information Glen Nowak

Glen Nowak was an invited panelist for a session on “Tools and Techniques for Building & Sustaining Trust in Health Information,” at National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, […]

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Between the facts and the hard place: Trust judgments and affective responses in information-seeking processes during early COVID-19 Ivanka Pjesivac

Ivanka Pjesivac, S. Eldredge, E. Dalton, and L. Miller. (May 2022). “Between the facts and the hard place: Trust judgments and affective responses in information-seeking processes during early COVID-19.” Paper presented […]

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Factors that impact COVID-19 conspirational beliefs and health-related behaviors Ivanka Pjesivac, Leslie Klein, Wenqing Zhao, Xuerong Lu & Yan Jin

Ivanka Pjesivac, Leslie Klein (PhD student), Wenqing Zhao (PhD student),Xuerong Lu (recently graduated PhD student), and Yan Jin. (May 2022). “Factors that impact COVID-19 conspirational beliefs and health-related behaviors.” Poster presented at […]

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Toward Creating Safer Social Virtual Spaces Glenna Read

Haley R. Hatfield (PhD student) and Glenna L. Read. “Toward Creating Safer Social Virtual Spaces,” paper accepted for presentation at the National Communication Association conference, Nov. 17-20, New Orleans. Abstract: We […]

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Biden’s Saigon:” A metaphor analysis of Sputnik’s coverage of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan Ivanka Pjesivac

Ivanka Pjesivac, Leslie Klein (PhD student), I Imre, and A. Petrov (August, 2022). “Biden’s Saigon:” A metaphor analysis of Sputnik’s coverage of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan. Poster presented at […]

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