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The Transcultural Conflict and Violence Initiative builds research teams of faculty and competitively selected doctoral students trained in Communication Studies, Political Science, Computer Science, Middle East Studies, Religious Studies, English, Psychology, and Anthropology in an effort to:

  • Better understand the underlying causes of transcultural conflicts, violence, and terrorism;
  • Identify research-based solutions for reducing the impact of transcultural conflicts;
  • Detect predictive indicators of future transcultural conflicts.

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The Center for Media Education (CIME) is dedicated to advancing cooperation, networking, and understanding among media professionals, scholars, educators, and students through research, education, and service. CIME was established at Georgia State University in the Communication Department in 1995 and has continued to create a forum to promote international and intercultural exchanges of information, perspectives, ideas, research, publications and visits. Since its inception, CIME has expanded services and programs through global partnerships with the United Nations, the U.S. State Department, CNN and numerous universities and professional media organizations throughout the world.

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