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TRADITIONAL LECTURE, VIDEO PODCASTING, AND COLLEGE STUDENTS' LEARNING OF A TECHNICAL SKILL
This study was conducted to determine whether students would retain differing amounts of information depending on the delivery medium, lecture or video podcast. To measure any effect, 30 journalism students were exposed ...
Breast is best but bottle is next: Mothers’ perception of the portrayals of breastfeeding in the media
The ideology that breastfeeding is a recommended form of nutrition for babies has become widely popular in the United States. However, some social norms like the baring of the breasts make it difficult for the mother to ...
A CONTEMPORARY EXAMINATION OF DEMAGOGIC TECHNIQUES: SELECTED SPEECHES FROM THE 2008 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
A new media landscape exemplified by online political news media and the 24-hour news cycle has created a new context for political discourse, and the resurgence in demagoguery scholarship reflects a shared desire to ...