The Conversation


The Conversation on March 18, 2016 published, “Does the First Amendment protect people who film the police?,” an article by Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication Clay Calvert about his study of U.S. courts and their perspectives on whether or not citizens have a First Amendment right to film police…

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Posted: March 23, 2016

The Conversation on January 12, 2016 published, “Can schools punish students for off-campus, online speech?,” an article by Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication Clay Calvert.

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Posted: January 12, 2016

The Conversation on November 10, 2015 published, “Businesses can actually sue you for posting negative reviews – and now Congress is fighting back,” an article by Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication Clay Calvert. Calvert’s article was republished by Fortune magazine, “Why Consumers Should Think Twice About Writing Negative Reviews…

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Posted: November 10, 2015

The Conversation on October 2, 2015 published, “How do libraries get away with banning books?,” an article by Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication Clay Calvert.

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Posted: October 2, 2015

The Conversation on September 14, 2015 published, “How advertising research explains Donald Trump’s profound appeal” an article by Advertising professor Jon Morris and Ph.D. candidate Taylor Wen. The article was discussed on the September 17, 2015 edition of the Research Business DAILY Report (RBDR).

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Posted: September 17, 2015

The Conversation on September 4, 2015 published, “Why did Google’s logo rollout go smoother than Yahoo’s?” an article by Public Relations lecturer Kay Tappan. Business Insider picked up the story on September 6, 2015.

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Posted: September 8, 2015

The Conversation on May 26, 2015 published “Why does social media advertising fall flat?,” a study on the effectiveness of Facebook ads by Advertising Professor Jon Morris.

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Posted: May 27, 2015