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Chess, S., & Newsom, E. - October 11, 2015

When two twelve-year-old girls lured another into the woods after a sleepover in May 2014 and stabbed her numerous times in the name of the Slender Man, a monster manifested through stories told and shared… Continue reading »


Meng, Juan, & Berger, B. K. - August 08, 2015

The study examines the effects of critical organizational factors (organizational culture and excellent leader performance) on public relations practitioners’ job engagement and trust in the organization that link to improved job satisfaction. A national online… Continue reading »


Shaw, A. & Chess, S. - May 21, 2015

In late summer 2014, the hashtag #GamerGate was started by actor Adam Baldwin who posted the links to two videos accusing game developer Zoe Quinn of exchanging sex for positive reviews of her free twine… Continue reading »


Chess, Shira. & Evans, Nathaniel. - May 21, 2015

Recent years have seen changes to both the video game industry and the image of video game players. There are more games on the market and larger variety of ways in which to play those… Continue reading »


Jun, H., Kim, H., & Cacciatore, M.A. - May 14, 2015

In this study we fill a gap in the climate change literature by exploring the impacts of different types of media consumption on citizen opinions toward climate change. As part of a class project, we… Continue reading »


Ann Hollifield - May 04, 2015

Deutsche Welle Akademie has published an interview with Ann Hollifield about her research on media sustainability.  Deutsche Welle Akademie is Germany's leading organization for international media development and one of the world's largest media-related NGOs.… Continue reading »


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