The article appears in the latest issue of Social Media + Society.
The first lecture was about agenda-setting research, and the second was about the future of journalism research.
This article utilized a case study from a 2015 outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome.
Two faculty members, two alumni and three doctoral students are authors in “Evolutionary Psychology and Digital Games: Digital Hunter-Gatherers.”
Faculty members Nicholas Browning and Sung-Un Yang asked the question, “What happens when companies make mistakes?” at Friday’s research colloquium.
“Political Humor in a Changing Media Landscape” looks at how humor influences political attitudes and voting behaviors.
Minitel, a computer network created in the late 1970s and popularized in France in the early ’80s, was one of the most successful pre-World Wide Web computer networks.
The Roy W. Howard Archive Symposium celebrated the recent digitization of the Roy W. Howard Archive, held by The Media School.
The screening of “Just Like Me: The Vietnam War Stories From All Sides” is Jan. 3.
The issue features a close-up on Claire Denis and one about race, sports and the power of narrative.