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The annual Annenberg Public Policy Center civics knowledge survey found that 39% of Americans could correctly name the three branches of government, which is the highest in five years.
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Want to know whether competition or comradery encourages people to exercise more? Or how many people it takes to start a revolution? Then Damon Centola — who was recently promoted to full professor at the University of Pennsylvania — is your go-to person.
Center for Media at Risk Colloquium: Natalia Roudakova, Annenberg School
What is net neutrality? Why does it matter to Americans? And what does it mean that net neutrality has been repealed? Check out this short explainer from Annenberg School for Communication Doctoral Candidate David Elliot Berman, co-author with Professor Victor Pickard of the book After Net Neutrality: A New Deal for the Digital Age (Yale University Press).