By Burt Glass Most Americans believe companies can make a difference in combating climate change, and they want to buy from and work for those companies that try, according to the latest Media & Technology Survey from Boston University’s College of Communication and Ipsos. Read the full article here.
Author: Lindsy Goldberg
Data from September 2022 Ipsos Survey: Survey: Generations, genders differ when it comes to AI replacing people for some jobs
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By Burt Glass More young people than old, and more men than women, are open to artificial intelligence-powered machines replacing people in a variety of jobs, according to the latest Media & Technology Survey from Boston University’s College of Communication and Ipsos. Read the full article here.
Congratulations to the many CRC Fellows who will be presenting their research at the 72nd annual ICA conference this week! Please see below for a list of presentations and follow us on Twitter for more! Conference Theme (courtesy of ICA): The 72nd Annual ICA Conference theme One World, One Network‽ invites reimagining communication scholarship on […]
Dr. Rosalynn Vasquez, Assistant Professor of Public Relations will be discussing her research on the experiences and coping mechanisms of Latinas in Public Relations on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 from 3:30-4:30pm in COM 209 — as part of the Boston University Communication Research Colloquium Series.
By Burt Glass A slim majority of Americans trust the media to accurately report on top issues of the day, but that fact hides a deep divide between Democrats and Republicans, according to a new survey by Boston University’s College of Communication. When it comes to climate change, vaccines, and elections, about 3 of 5 […]
Research on Tap: Health Misinformation: How it Affects Society and How We Can Deal With It Thursday, February 10, 2022 | 4-5:30 p.m. Virtual Co-sponsored by the Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering and the Office of Research. Hosted by Gianluca Stringhini, Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, College of Engineering. False […]
On November 11, the Communication Research Center is pleased to host Dr. Joshua Darr,Assistant Professor, Manship School of Mass Communication and Department of Political Science at Louisiana State University. Home Style Opinion: How Local Newspapers Can Slow Polarization Local newspapers can hold back the rising tide of political division in America by turning away from […]
On behalf of CRC Fellows, Dr. Lei Guo offers a few words on the significance of Dr. Shaw’s work for the field of communication and understanding media effects: “Dr. Donald Shaw, one of the most influential scholars in communication research, passed away on October 19th, 2021. Dr. Shaw was best known for his work, with […]