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Northwestern University, Qatar, Northwestern University Qatar, Middle East, Social Media, news, Media, Doha, Qatar, Free Speech

In the Middle East, Two-Thirds Get News on Social Media; Less Than Half Trust it

Trust in the news media is high across the Middle East, but significantly less so on social media, according to the fifth annual survey of media use and public opinion by Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q).

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Find the Expert You Need in the Newswise Expert Directory

Need an expert in a hurry? Need to pitch an expert in a hurry? Find experts and manage your experts in the Newswise Expert Directory. Our database of experts is growing daily. Search by institution, name, subject, keywords, and place.

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Hackensack Meridian Health Launches Sponsorship of Cumulus Radio to Create New Studio in Manhattan

The venture creates a unique space on the 17th floor of 2 Penn Plaza, known as Hackensack Meridian Health Stage 17 Performance Studio, for expert health panels, charity events and other network activities.

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MTSU Launches New Online ‘First Amendment Encyclopedia’ for Public Access

Middle Tennessee State University has launched a new online, searchable encyclopedia about the First Amendment with the university’s John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies.

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Reliance on ‘Gut Feelings’ Linked to Belief in Fake News

People who tend to trust their intuition or to believe that the facts they hear are politically biased are more likely to stand behind inaccurate beliefs, a new study suggests.

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Fake news, History, American History, Colonial America, Journalism, Native American history, Nantucket, Boston, MO

‘Fake News’ From 1738 Offers Lessons for Modern Historians

A widely circulated 1738 newspaper account of a Native American uprising against British settlers on the New England island of Nantucket – a report that turned out to be false – offers important lessons for historians today, says an assistant professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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New Report Assesses Scope and Status of Innovation in U.S. Schools and Colleges of Journalism, Media and Communication

New Report Assesses Scope and Status of Innovation in U.S. Schools and Colleges of Journalism, Media and Communication

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Gift From Judge Judy Sheindlin Establishes Public Debate Forum at USC

A gift from Judge Judy Sheindlin will provide a forum space at USC Annenberg dedicated to public debate and advancing intellectually rigorous, civil and healthy discourse at a time when it is critically needed.

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Southeastern Radio Program ‘Rock School’ Wins Top Honors

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Southeastern Louisiana University’s 90.9FM KSLU’s “Rock School” radio show has earned top honors again in this year’s Communicator Awards. The radio show, hosted by Southeastern Communication Professor Joe Burns, picked up its seventh statue in the 23rd Annual Awards competition for the episode “Jackson/McCartney and the ATV Catalogue.” picked up its seventh statue in the 23rd Annual Awards competition for the episode “Jackson/McCartney and the ATV Catalogue.”

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New Study Reveals Journalists Have a Hand in Controlling Public Engagement with Climate Change

Could fear and hope hold the key to building support for public climate change policies? News articles that stir these emotions could influence support for regulations meant to curb climate change, according to a new study published in the journal Risk Analysis: An International Journal.







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