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When Social Movements Reach Their Tipping Point, and Why Scientific Collaboration is Important

Collective effervescence shows how the actions of a few activists online can bubble up, spread, and shape history.

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How are Adolescents Affected by What They Watch on TV?

The study explores how sex, drugs, and violence on TV impact teenagers and their choices.

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Yphtach Lelkes to Join the Annenberg Faculty this Fall

His research focuses on how media environments influence people’s political opinions, attitudes, and voting behavior.

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Half of Americans Concerned Zika Will Spread to Their Neighborhoods

"The Annenberg Science Knowledge (ASK) survey shows a high level of awareness but also confusion about the virus."

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New ISCAP Website Tracks Television Coverage of Republican Candidates

Chart tracks which Republican candidates got the most air time over 12 major networks.

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Cigarette Warnings with Images Better at Conveying Risks of Smoking

Study uses real-world approach to test pictorial warning labels