“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.
The article, published in Journalism Practice, examines news coverage from 2012 to 2014, the time period between the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown.
The Emerald Literati Awards for Excellence recognize outstanding scholarly research published in Emerald Group Publishing journals.
The article, by professors emeritus David Weaver and Cleve Wilhoit, and Syracuse University’s Lars Willnat, is based the latest of a 46-year series of studies on U.S. journalists.
The Journal of Cognition article finds that radio station identification jingles may be more effective when the radio is playing as background noise.
Lanosga’s paper analyzes how interest groups make use of the Freedom of Information Act to place their issues on national news agendas.
The article appears in the latest edition of Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research.