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Controversial Conversations: The Emotions Evoked by Anti-Terrorism Advertising
Succeeding in Online Education
The global pandemic has forced colleges and universities online. This article describes strategies necessary for success.
Four Things Schools Should Do to Teach Data Journalism
The use of data has become a vital investigative tool for journalists. But many journalism programs and courses worldwide are insufficient or unable to provide students with the essential skills needed to gather, analyze and present data.
Self-Control and Need Satisfaction in Primetime: Television, Social Media, and Friends
Spending time watching TV, hanging out with friends or scrolling through social media can be viewed as a waste of time and energy. But what if the use of this leisure time actually helps improve self-control (e.g. capacity to self-regulate behavior) and can satisfy intrinsic psychological needs (autonomy, competence, and relatedness)?