Ken Winneg and Kate Kenski on detecting deceptive presidential ads

Research by Kenneth Winneg, Kate Kenski, and Professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson appears in a recent issue of the American Behavioral Scientist. Their article "Detecting the Effects of Deceptive Presidential Advertisements in the Spring of 2004" appears in Volume 49, No. 1, 2005, pp. 114-129.

Ken Winneg on the 2004 election campaign in Presidential Studies Quarterly

Ken Winneg and Professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson appear in the September 2005 issue of Presidential Studies Quarterly (Volume 35 Issue 3, 2005). Their article, titled "Elections: Party Identification in the 2004 Election," is based on data from the Annenberg National Election Survey. Ken is Managing Director of NAES and an incoming Annenberg Ph.D. student.

First Annenberg-Oxford Summer Institute Kicks off in July

The first Annenberg-Oxford Summer Institute on Global Media Policy: Technology and New Themes in Media Regulation will kick-off on Sunday, July 10th. The two-week summer program will host over 30 students from around the world, including Annenberg doctoral students Jatin Atre, Mary Bock, and Paul Falzone. The Institute will also feature an international faculty that includes Annenberg Professors Vincent Price, Joe Turow, and Monroe Price.

Turow to deliver talk at Stanhope Center in London

Professor Joe Turow will speak in London at the Stanhope Centre on Friday, July 15. Turow will deliver his talk on "Shopping in the Digital Age."

The Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy Research was founded by Annenberg's Visiting Professor of Communication Monroe Price.

While Turow is in London, he will visit with Annenberg Ph.D. students Antonio Lambino and Susan Haas, both in London for the summer as part of an internship program that seeks to give students a greater familiarity with international civil society and public policy organizations.

Annenberg research cited in Newsweek

Yet to be published research by Ph.D. candidate Jatin Atre and Professor Elihu Katz has already created a buzz, appearing in the May 23 issue of Newsweek Magazine. An article on the future of television cites research from the paper "What’s Killing Television News?: Experimentally Assessing the Effects of Multiple Channels on Media Choice." Jatin presented this paper at the ICA last month in New York.

Recently graduated Lilach Nir's work appears in latest edition of Public Opinion Quarterly

"Framing Public Discussion of Gay Civil Unions," authored by Professor Vincent Price, Lilach Nir (Ph.D. 2005), and Professor Joseph N. Cappella appears in the most recent Public Opinion Quarterly (Vol. 69, No. 2, Summer 2005). This same piece won the "top paper" award in the Political Communication division at International Communication Association, 2003.

Delli Carpini Moderates Howard Dean – Pat Buchanan Debate on the Penn Campus

Annenberg School of Communication Dean Michael X. Delli Carpini moderated a lively and cordial debate between former Vermont Governor Howard Dean and three-time Republican presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan at the Irvine Auditorium at Penn on October 19. Foreign policy, trade, immigration, and the impact of these on the coming election were the focus of the evening’s discussion. The sold-out event was sponsored by the Social Planning and Events Committee’s Connaissance branch.

Price in the International Herald Tribune

An editorial by visiting professor Monroe Price was featured in the International Herald Tribune, Saturday, October 9, 2004. The piece is titled "Reimposing controls on the Iraqi press: Allawi's Higher Media Council."

Price speaks at USC Law School Symposium on the 2004 Election

Professor Vincent Price was an invited speaker at a University of Southern California Law School symposium on “The 2004 Election: What does it mean for Campaigns and Governance.” The October 8 symposium, co-sponsored by the USC/Caltech Center for the Study of Law and Politics and the USC Initiative and Referendum Institute, focused on a variety of issues including campaign financing; the initiative and referendum process; polarized voters and politics; political communication; the media; and the internet.


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