Legacies of Detention, Isolation, and Quarantine
Fisher Fine Arts Library, 220 S. 34th St.
This bias held even in the context of a social justice movement with left-leaning goals, according to research from Sandra González-Bailón of the Annenberg School for Communication and colleagues.
In a course from Annenberg’s David Lydon-Staley, seven graduate students conducted single-participant experiments. This approach, what’s known as an “n of 1,” may better capture the nuances of a diverse population than randomized control trials can.
As swing voters registered more awareness about discrimination against Black Americans, they became more likely to vote for the party they felt would best rectify that—Democrats.
A new study finds that with just three sessions, participants improved both their aerobic and muscle strengthening activities, which could help them live longer and more active lives.
A new book from Annenberg’s Damon Centola describes why some ideas succeed while others fail and uses case studies to illustrate the science behind what drives change.
The new center will enable faculty and doctoral students to work across institutions and disciplines to reimagine communication around complex issues like health care, data privacy, politics, new media, and journalistic trust and integrity.
Research from the Annenberg School for Communication shows that people are consuming news from more diverse sources, but many don’t consume any news at all. It’s too soon to tell what role that played in the recent race for president.
The program supports high-caliber scholarly research in the humanities and social sciences that addresses important and enduring issues confronting our society.