Professor Maria Repnikova Publishes New Book

Posted On August 23, 2017
Categories Faculty News, Research

Congratulations to Dr. Maria Repnikova for publishing a new book with Cambridge Press entitled “Media Politics in China: Improvising Power under Authoritarianism”.

Dr. Repnikova is a scholar of global communication, with a comparative focus on China and Russia. Her research examines the processes of political resistance and persuasion in illiberal political contexts, drawing on… more »

Dr. Mia Bloom Terrorism Research Published

Posted On June 6, 2017

Congratulations to Dr. Mia Bloom for the publication of her research on IS terrorist methods of weaponizing children. Her work was just featured in “The Conversation”, an independent news source aiming to rebuild trust in journalism by delivering high quality, authenticated and explanatory research directly to the public. Click here to read her article.

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Professor Maria Repnikova Published New Essay in Foreign Affairs

Posted On October 13, 2016
Categories Uncategorized

Congratulations to professor Maria Repnikova for publishing a new essay in Foreign Affairs “China’s New Media.” Dr. Repnikova is a scholar of global communication, with a comparative focus on China and Russia. Her research examines the processes of political resistance and persuasion in illiberal political contexts, drawing on ethnographic research approaches and extensive time in… more »

Professor Jaye Atkinson publishes article on age and race as a double jeopardy situation

Available “first online” in the Journal of Language and Social Psychology, Dr. Atkinson and her former graduate student advisee, Robin Sloan examine the impact of age and race stereotypes on perceptions of competence and patronizing speech. The results of two experiments basically reveal that age stereotypes have a stronger influence on competence and adoption of… more »