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News Coverage of Fukushima Disaster Found Lacking

A new analysis by American University sociology professor Celine Marie Pascale finds that U.S. news media coverage of the Fukushima disaster largely minimized health risks to the general population. Pascale analyzed more than 2,000 news articles from four major U.S. outlets.

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Selma March 50th Anniversary Covered by Ithaca College Student Journalists

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A group of Ithaca College journalism students will help NBC News cover events surrounding the 50th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights.

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UB Researcher Has Some Questions for the Interview

Interviews begin with questions, but a University at Buffalo researcher is instead questioning the interview, and the answers are mapping the history and unexplored conceptual areas of this familiar information-gathering tool.

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NBC Anchor's "Fog of Memory" -- His Explanation for False Claim About Being Shot Down in Iraq -- Is Likely "Spot On," Baylor Psychologist Says

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Tragedy at Charlie Hebdo is Europe’s Sarajevo Moment

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Terrorism Expert Available To Discuss Attack On Charlie Hebdo In France

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How Is “Drone Journalism” Testing the First Amendment and the FAA?

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Current Practices in Reporting on Behavioural Genetics Can Mislead the Public

“Media reports about behavioural genetics unintentionally induce unfounded beliefs, therefore going against the educational purpose of scientific reporting,” writes the University of Montreal’s Alexandre Morin-Chassé.

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You’re Not Paying Attention!

A study focuses on the fact that the average American receives more than 15 hours a day of digital media, the public's attention span for media and the ways the media is keeping us engaged.

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U-M Expert Notes That in Ferguson Case, Perceptions Differ Between Whites and Blacks