- Professor Mia Bloom discusses Women & Jihad Dr. Mia Bloom weighs in on the subject of women and Jihad in her published article, “Rise of the ‘revolutionary womb’: Behind the sinister cult of female extremists recruiting British jihadis”. A year ago this week, Britain was in shock and mourning, in the aftermath of the London Bridge terror attack, which left eight… more »News
- China’s Lessons for Fighting Fake News Dr. Maria Repnikova weighs in on what Washington should–and shouldn’t–learn from Bejing’s example in her most recently published article. In the face of overwhelming evidence that fake news has permeated our newsfeeds, politics, and lives, observers, politicians, and the public seem to have hit on more and better government regulations of media companies and… more »News
- Alumni Spotlight: Alahna LarkGeorgia State University Alumna, Alahna Lark was recently hired by the Nobel Museum in Stockholm to be the cinematographer for their new exhibit about Martin Luther King. Alahna graduated from GSU this past Spring with a degree in journalism. The Nobel exhibit, A Right to Freedom, will honor the legacy and importance of Dr. King’s… more »News
- GSUTV: 3-time EMMY Award Nominee (2018)The Department of Communication is proud to announce that GSUTV stands out as a relevant contender among the most prestigious in the television production industry after acquiring—not one, not two but—three 2018 EMMY award nominations. An Emmy Award, or simply Emmy, recognizes excellence in the television industry, and is the equivalent of an Academy Award, the… more »News
- Communication student wins first place prize at 2018 GSU Research ConferenceCongratulations to Alexis Gaffney—student of Communication faculty Dr. Rasha Ramzy—who earned a first place prize among all oral presentations in the humanities discipline at the GSU Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC) yesterday! GSURC is an interdisciplinary undergraduate research conference which highlights and recognizes the research taking place across Georgia State’s campus. Each year Georgia State undergraduate students… more »News
- Professor Russell Publishes New ManuscriptABSTRACT Communication researchers have deplored the absence of theory-driven criteria of argument quality in persuasion. Probabilistic Persuasion Theory (PPT) aims to offer theoretical criteria which define the quality of arguments, a priori. Past experimental research tested the validity and distinctiveness of cues as argument quality criteria. Drawing on semantic network theory, the present research introduces… more »News
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