Tag Archives: Pew Research

The Uncertain Future of News: The News we Ask For

August 21, 2012

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News is the lifeblood of society and news is everywhere. Yes, readership of daily newspapers is down but our connected selves have so many channels for accessing the news that the decline in the newspaper appears irrelevant on the surface. The more important decline is in the believability of the news. Think of how you […]

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Short-Term Impacts of Disasters on Public Opinion: The Nuclear Issue

March 30, 2011

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The evolving nuclear disaster in Japan raises an important question? How long do these events continue in our collective memory. Are they enduring or does our heightened fear give way to other salient issues? We can only give our attention to a limited set of issues so without constant reminders, it may not be surprising […]

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