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Finance Executive/Design Maven/Social Media Star: CJC Alumna Finds “Purpose in Pain”

Jasmine McNealy Receives Prestigious 2020 Google Award for Inclusion Research

CJC Master’s Student Launches Popular Facebook Community Page for “Zillennials”

Are Advertising Agency Creatives More Creative Than Anyone Else? An Exploratory Test of Competing Prediction

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Amanda Bradshaw: Addressing Vaccination Hesitancy and Misinformation


CJC doctoral candidate Amanda Bradshaw was interviewed on Oct. 20, 2020 about her research on vaccination hesitancy and misinformation.

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Dr. Clay Calvert: Hate Speech, Misinformation and First Amendment Implications of a More Conservative Court


Dr. Clay Calvert discusses First Amendment issues, including protections for hate speech, misinformation, judicial activism, and a more conservative Supreme Court.

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Towards a Video Consumer Leaning Spectrum: A Medium-Centric Approach


Traditional TV and on-demand viewing  are often seen as either lean back or lean forward media with different advertising implications. Recent research suggests that rather than treating these two video platforms as either passive or active, marketers should focus on why and how consumers use TV versus online videos through the lens of immersion and engagement.

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Are Advertising Agency Creatives More Creative Than Anyone Else? An Exploratory Test of Competing Prediction


Researchers examine three groups — creatives, noncreatives and the general population — to determine if there are significant differences in creativity between creative and non-creative individuals.

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Ann Christiano and Jack Barry Author Article on Building Public Trust of Coronavirus Vaccines

November 25, 2020

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CJC Alumna Named 2020 PRNEWS Outstanding Student of the Year

November 23, 2020

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Iman Zawahry Authors Blog Post on the Lack of Muslim Women in Lead Film Roles

November 23, 2020

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Frank LoMonte Comments Possible Restriction on Prisoner Email Communication

November 23, 2020

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