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The Work Of An Hour, Michael F. Russo Etc. Jan 2020

The Work Of An Hour, Michael F. Russo Etc.

Faculty Publications

This research asks two basic questions: 1) To what extent was the Bush administration’s pro-war propaganda repeated, amplified, and ultimately reported as fact by main stream news agencies? and 2) Is there any correlation between the repetition of the propaganda and popular support for the invasion of Iraq? In other words, can we say news reports helped “sell” the war?


“I Felt Scared, Like I Was Nobody”: Native American Athletes And Fans Face Widespread Racism At Sport Events, Kalen Goodluck Dec 2018

“I Felt Scared, Like I Was Nobody”: Native American Athletes And Fans Face Widespread Racism At Sport Events, Kalen Goodluck

Capstones

Rural towns in the midwest are often highly supportive of their high school basketball teams and Indian reservation teams are no exception. The trouble is Native American players and fans face racism when facing high school teams from outside reservations.

Over the last decade, from 2008-2018, there have been at least 45 reported incidences all over the U.S. of racial incidents against Native Americans at sporting events like high school games and non-Native teams with pseudo-Indian names and mascots. This data was compiled from news reports by the NYC New Service.

These reported incidences range from making “whooping,” streaking ...


News Literacy, Sissel W. Mccarthy Jan 2018

News Literacy, Sissel W. Mccarthy

Open Educational Resources

"The digital age has created the need for a new kind of literacy-a literacy that empowers news consumers to determine whether information is credible, reliable and truthful. This is not just a skill; it is a new core competency for the 21st century. So-called “fake news” is hard to spot and spreads easily, leading to disagreements over basic facts. The antidote to the growing challenges posed by this digital revolution is news literacy. This mini news literacy course includes two three-hour sessions that will teach anyone to become a more critical consumer of news. "

The News Literacy course package contains ...


News Literacy And A Civics Model For Journalism Education, Jennifer Fleming Aug 2017

News Literacy And A Civics Model For Journalism Education, Jennifer Fleming

First Global News Literacy Conference

News literacy is a relative newcomer to media literacy education even though instruction on teaching students how to access, analyze, evaluate, and, in some cases, create news media messages has been part of media literacy research and practice for decades. What is new is the label news literacy—a label that emerged in American journalism education circles in 2006 and media literacy education communities shortly thereafter. RobbGrieco and Hobbs (2012) identify two news literacy paradigms: Global and American. Global news literacy programs encourage macro-level inquiry of news issues—issues such as ownership, ideologies, and institutions that many argue negatively influence ...


Nonprofit Investigative Journalism Presentation Slides, Matthew Hale Apr 2017

Nonprofit Investigative Journalism Presentation Slides, Matthew Hale

Political Science Publications

No abstract provided.


Accounting For Culture In Instructional Design., Casey Frechette Mar 2017

Accounting For Culture In Instructional Design., Casey Frechette

Casey Frechette

No abstract provided.


Accounting For Culture In Instructional Design., Casey Frechette, Charlotte N. Gunawardena Mar 2017

Accounting For Culture In Instructional Design., Casey Frechette, Charlotte N. Gunawardena

Casey Frechette

No abstract provided.


Brunswick Educational Access Television Social Media Campaign, Nicole Rhoades Jan 2017

Brunswick Educational Access Television Social Media Campaign, Nicole Rhoades

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

This social media campaign is to be executed by student managers within the Brunswick Schools Video Program. The Video Program provides journalistic experience to young students by immersing them in print and broadcast journalism that is provided to the Brunswick-area through Brunswick Educational Access Television.


Homeowners In East New York: Hanging On To Community And Property After Rezoning, Angely Mercado Dec 2016

Homeowners In East New York: Hanging On To Community And Property After Rezoning, Angely Mercado

Capstones

East New York was the first neighborhood to be approved for rezoning as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio's controversial affordable housing plan. There has been a lot of reporting on how it's going to affect tenants in the low income area. This capstone highlights how it is also affecting small property owners in the area and how the city needs to work on protecting them from being displaced as well.


From Print To Digital And Back Again: Using The Campus Newspaper To Explore Historical Events And Academic Culture, Jill Crane, Marcella Lesher Oct 2016

From Print To Digital And Back Again: Using The Campus Newspaper To Explore Historical Events And Academic Culture, Jill Crane, Marcella Lesher

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


"A Date Which Will Live In Infamy": College Newspaper Reporting Of U.S. Entry Into Wwii, Jill Crane, Marcella Lesher Apr 2016

"A Date Which Will Live In Infamy": College Newspaper Reporting Of U.S. Entry Into Wwii, Jill Crane, Marcella Lesher

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Confidential Sources: The Public Interest In Keeping Secrets, Brian Rogers, Kevin Donovan, Gail C. Cove, Jamie Cameron, Julian Sher Oct 2015

Confidential Sources: The Public Interest In Keeping Secrets, Brian Rogers, Kevin Donovan, Gail C. Cove, Jamie Cameron, Julian Sher

Jamie Cameron

"Confidential sources: The public interest in keeping secrets What is different about confidential newsgathering sources? Why is it in the public interest to protect these sources, and when is it more important to know who they are? How do shield laws work in the US, and who should set the rules for confidential sources -- the courts or the legislatures?"


Reforming J101: Establishing An Online Presence, Carrie Buchanan Dec 2010

Reforming J101: Establishing An Online Presence, Carrie Buchanan

Carrie Buchanan

Establishing an online presence is essential for anyone hoping for a career in journalism today. Increasingly, journalists in all media are expected to write for websites, maintain their own blogs, and use social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to promote their work, interact with readers, and find new sources. A key question for journalism educators, however, is when to start the process of establishing those online skills. This paper examines what can be done in an introductory journalism course at a liberal arts college, where journalism is not necessarily the career students have in mind. It suggests techniques ...


Discovering Cristina: A Study Of Cristina Peri Rossi's Life And Literary Works And Marketing Them To Worldwide Audiences, Dunja Zdero Dec 2010

Discovering Cristina: A Study Of Cristina Peri Rossi's Life And Literary Works And Marketing Them To Worldwide Audiences, Dunja Zdero

Mahurin Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

As one of the leading female authors of the Latin American literature, Cristina Peri Rossi has produced a large collection of works including more than 40 published novels, essays, and short story and poetry collections. Her literature is known for addressing various topics such as political and social injustices, love, passion, feminism, sexuality, and gender studies. As an exile in Spain, Peri Rossi also offers an interesting blend of the two Spanish-speaking worlds. Although many other authors speak of the same issues, Peri Rossi provides a very unique insight into both cultures that cannot be seen elsewhere: an insight of ...


On Campus Video, Featuring Lynda Calcote., Abilene Christian University, Gary Mccaleb, Lynda Calcote Jan 1991

On Campus Video, Featuring Lynda Calcote., Abilene Christian University, Gary Mccaleb, Lynda Calcote

McCaleb & Company

A videorecording of an interview with Lynda Calcote conducted by Dr. Gary McCaleb of Abilene Christian University.


The Semi-Weekly News July 16, 1915, W. W. Pegram, Stewart L. Cassels, J. H. Williamson Jul 1915

The Semi-Weekly News July 16, 1915, W. W. Pegram, Stewart L. Cassels, J. H. Williamson

Chester News 1915

No abstract provided.


The Semi-Weekly News July 7, 1915, W. W. Pegram, Stewart L. Cassels, J. H. Williamson Jul 1915

The Semi-Weekly News July 7, 1915, W. W. Pegram, Stewart L. Cassels, J. H. Williamson

Chester News 1915

No abstract provided.