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Americans’ Civics Knowledge Increases But Still Has a Long Way to Go

This year more Americans can name the three branches of government.


Annenberg Presentations at APSA 2019

We've compiled a helpful list of all presentations being given by Annenberg authors.


The Many Contradictions of China

Former CARGC postdoctoral fellow Maria Repnikova is fascinated by Chinese political communication.


Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Releases CARGC Paper 11

Julia Becker (C'18) examines the American and Mexican political climates, immigration rhetoric, and street art as protest.

Faculty News

Mutz Receives Grant to Monitor Political Incivility in Media

She will improve the ability of measuring tools to accurately identify incivility expressed in mainstream political discourse.


Echo Chambers May Not Be as Dangerous as You Think, New Study Finds

Collective intelligence can increase belief accuracy even in politically homogenous groups.


Do Most Americans Believe in Human-Caused Climate Change?

It depends on how you ask; three wording decisions can significantly alter estimates.

Jamieson’s Doctoral Students Meet Power Players in Washington, D.C.

The course focuses on the role of rhetoric in politics, elections, and government.

Undergraduate News

Communication Major Wins Inaugural Award From

Corey Berman (C’20) was recognized for his exemplary work during his undergraduate fellowship.

Faculty News

Mutz Wins 2019 AAPOR Book Award

The award recognizes books that have influenced our understanding of public opinion or survey methodology.