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Is It Okay to Vet Candidates on Social Media During Recruitment?
December 5, 2014
Washington, DC - A recent article in the Journal of Applied Communication Research discusses the practice of cybervetting potential employees online as part of the recruitment process. Is such...
33 Communication Scholars Receive Awards from the National Communication Association
November 25, 2014
Washington, DC - The National Communication Association (NCA) honored 33 members with awards Saturday night at its 100 th Annual Convention in Chicago. The convention celebrated a century of of...
100 Years of Communication Scholarship to be Celebrated at the National Communication Association Annual Convention
November 12, 2014
Washington, DC - From November 20 to 23, the National Communication Association (NCA) will gather thousands of scholars, teachers, and practitioners at its 100 th Annual Convention in Chicago, the...
National Communication Association Publishes Special Journal Issue on Education
October 28, 2014
Washington, DC - Communication Education , one of the National Communication Association’s 11 scholarly journals, is celebrating the association’s 100 th anniversary with a special issue devoted to...
Should a Facebook “like” be protected free speech?
October 23, 2014
Washington, DC - One billion Facebook users generate 2.7 billion “likes” per day (or 1,875,000 every minute). Increasingly, social media has become a form of social and political engagement, and 47...
Digital Divide Resources and Experts Now Available from the National Communication Association
October 9, 2014
Washington, DC - Not long after the World Wide Web gained acceptance by the general public in the early 1990s, scholars, policy makers, and others detected significant discrepancies in use among...
National Communication Association Marks 100th Anniversary With Reaffirmation of Ethical Credos
October 3, 2014
Washington, DC - The National Communication Association (NCA), the association representing thousands of the nation’s Communication scholars and teachers, will celebrate its 100 th anniversary this...
Are Millennial Generation Students Changing the Roles of Teachers?
September 23, 2014
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...
Must Women Be Seen to Be Heard?
September 18, 2014
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...
When Professors are Cyberbullied by Students
September 2, 2014
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,...
End-of-Life Conversations Aren’t Just About Health Care
July 17, 2014
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...
Orgasms and Alcohol Influence Pillow Talk
July 1, 2014
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...
Why is Societal Privilege Such a Flashpoint in Race Relations?
May 7, 2014
**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...
Can Studying Vladimir Putin’s Body Language Lead to Behavioral Predictions?
March 12, 2014
**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...
High School Students Who Experience “Job-Shadow” Opportunities in STEM Environments, More Likely to Consider a STEM Career Path
February 13, 2014
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,...
Predictions and Reactions: President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address
January 23, 2014
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...