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September 23, 2014
New Research
Education
Washington, DC - How students feel about classes has a direct impact on how much they learn in them, and Millennial generation students expect a classroom environment that is emotionally supportive...
September 18, 2014
New Research
Race/Class/Gender
Voice and Gender Bias in TV Advertisements Washington, DC - A new article in the National Communication Association journal Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies examines the voice in TV...
September 2, 2014
Discipline News
Bullying, Education
Washington, DC - What happens when college professors are cyberbullied by their students? Sally Vogl-Bauer, a Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater,...
July 17, 2014
New Research
Health
Washington, DC - Discussing end-of-life choices with family members in a way that pays attention to how they perceive themselves and maintains your relationship with them may be more important than...
July 1, 2014
New Research
Relationships
Washington, DC - Orgasms aren’t just good for your sexual relationship; they may also promote good communication. Results of a new study published in the latest edition of Communication Monographs...
May 7, 2014
Experts Available
Race/Class/Gender, Social Justice
**EXPERTS AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS** Washington, DC - Time magazine’s online publication of a Princeton freshman’s article explaining why he’ll never apologize for his white male privilege, and the...
March 12, 2014
Experts Available
Government, Nonverbal, Political
**EXPERT AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS** Washington, DC - Recent revelations that the U.S. government has been studying the body language of Russian President Vladimir Putin and other world leaders for...
February 13, 2014
New Research
Education, Employment
Washington, DC - Students exposed directly to work environments in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields are more likely to decide to follow paths that will lead to such careers,...
January 23, 2014
Experts Available
Government, Political
Washington, DC - On the heels of a tumultuous start to his second term in office, how will President Barack Obama move beyond a year of budget battles, a government shutdown, growing distrust in the...
January 23, 2014
New Research
Education, Race/Class/Gender
Washington, DC - Hispanic teenagers who learn English well enough to engage in friendships and activities with members of mainstream U.S. culture are more likely to succeed in school and feel better...
December 16, 2013
Experts Available
Family
Washington, DC - The holiday season is here and families are gathering to spend quality time together. Families are often diverse and can include in-laws, step-relatives, relatives who are of a...
December 6, 2013
Experts Available
Government, Political
Washington, DC - As the world mourns the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela, newspapers, online media, and social networks are overflowing with recollections of his motivational...
November 15, 2013
New Research
Health
Washington, DC - A new study finds that video clips embedded on websites with public health messages do a better job than text alone at drawing attention to hazards, and in prompting the public to...
November 4, 2013
Event
NCA News
The four-day meeting is hosted by The National Communication Association Washington, DC - More than 5,000 communication scholars, teachers, and students will gather in Washington, DC, this month to...
October 29, 2013
Experts Available
Employment, Family
Washington, DC - A 2013 Supreme Court decision, The United States vs. Windsor, expanded the 1993 Family and Medical Leave Act to same-sex spouses in states where gay marriage is legal. The expanding...
October 22, 2013
Experts Available
Health
Washington, DC - Flu season is here. For a fighting chance against the flu, doctors recommend an annual flu shot for the majority of the population. With so many people at risk of getting sick, what...