Guidelines for Using Social Media to Recruit Participants in Research Studies
Recruiting participants for health-related research is always a challenge for researchers and often they turn to social media to help. But more regulatory guidance regarding what is acceptable practice is needed. Researchers have developed policies and procedures that can be easily replicated and allow research teams to effectively use social media as a recruitment tool.
Sustainability and Brand Communication: Consumer Segment and Media Platform Implications
The demand for sustainable products and services is growing steadily. New research explores the topic of sustainability in media and communications from the perspective of the top three areas of concern according to the United Nations: ecological sustainability, economic sustainability, and social sustainability.
Video: Rachel Grant Discusses the Narrative Justice Project
Journalism Assistant Professor Rachel Grant is Research Director for the Narrative Justice Project, a tactical response to popular media conversations around stereotypes and conversations around racism. We interviewed Dr. Grant on Nov. 3, 2021 about the project and findings from the research so far.
Voices of the Unsung: The Role of Social Presence and Interactivity in Building Empathy in 360 Video
Virtual reality and 360-degree video have come to be known as “empathy machines,” due to their ability to afford the viewer the perspective of another. A team of CJC researchers wanted to understand better the tie between immersive storytelling and psychological responses.