Nine of 10 journalists regularly use social media in their work, according to the article, which appears in Digital Journalism.
“Tweet, Retweet, Favorite: The Impact of Twitter Use on Enjoyment and Sports Viewing” will appear in the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media.
Power Button, which will be released next week, investigates the act of button pushing as a digital command that provides effortless and fool-proof control.
“On the Field of Environmental Communication: A Systemic Review of the Peer-Reviewed Literature” provides the first signpost in environmental communication research since 2002.
Three faculty members and one alumna will participate as presenters and moderators.
The authors suggest that the findings contribute to a body of research that could lead to doctors recommending patients vlog in clinical settings.
“Public relations education in an emerging democracy: the case of Ghana,” appears in the latest issue of the Journal of Communication Management.
“Caste and the LoSHA discourse” appears in the latest issue of Communication, Culture & Critique.
The Academic Ranking of World Universities rates programs on five indicators focused on faculty research and productivity.
This year’s fall research colloquium features talks from faculty and graduate students.