The article appears in the latest Journal of Sports Media.
The article finds that audio messages are more effective when the speaker varies the pitch level of his or her vocal intonations.
Years before Americans became regular internet users, the French were online.
Measuring physical reactions shows how media messages affect audiences.
The panel session, “Does That Banner Yet Wave?” is part of IPI world congress in Hamburg.
Her project is “Circumventing Segregation and Capturing Police Violence: Digital Technology as a Means of Empowering the Racially Marginalized.”
Doctoral candidate Minchul Kim’s research is the first funded by the Kern Scholarship.
The new book is Journalistic Role Performance.
Doctoral candidate Katrina Overby has received the Alex M. Doty Memorial Fellowship.
His study is “Visual Attention and Emotional Facial Expression During Media Consumption on Mobile Devices.”