August 16, 2013 •
Specialist Journalism •
by Tina Bettels
It was a simple question: “Who are the Taliban?” An international research team posed this and other questions to 1000 adult TV viewers in 11 countries worldwide . In Europe, the majority of respondents knew that the Taliban were an...
March 3, 2011 •
Public Relations •
by Marcello Foa
Marcello Foa explains the political context of recent events in North Africa. To understand what is happening in Tripoli, we must first consider the complete strategic picture. We’re not looking at spontaneous uprisings, but rather...
March 4, 2010 •
Digital News, Ethics and Quality •
by Kate Nacy
Study analyzes distinction between newspapers and online news. Hoping to shed light on what newspaper readers stand to lose or gain by moving online, Scott Maier, a researcher and professor of journalism at the University of Oregon’s...