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Dr. Josh Darr quoted on Nola.com on the national impact of Mayor Landrieu's confederate monuments speech.
Dean Jerry Ceppos in The Advocate: Issue of leaks goes back a long way
Dr. Jack Hamilton in The Advocate: Lesson from the past on fake news
Dr. Steve Bien-Aime discusses violent viral videos and social media on WAFB.
Jack Hamilton discusses U.S. entry into World War I at the National WWI Museum & Memorial centennial
Len Apcar talks to Jim Engster about the label "fake news" and its impact on the 2016 election.
Dr. Kathleen Searles: The polls aren’t skewed, media coverage is
Dr. Steve Bien-Aime wrote about inclusive language and food in Conscious Style Guide.
Steve Buttry discusses journalism ethics and editorial integrity on "It’s All Journalism."
Dr. Steve Bien-Aime interviewed by Cox Sports for an article on college athletes and endorsements.
Steve Buttry: Journalists don’t have to be sidelined from community involvement
The Advocate editorial on government information cites research by Dr. Jack Hamilton.
All the president's propaganda: Jack Hamilton in The New York Times
Len Apcar in The Hill: Education - not algorithms - is the best defense against fake news.
Len Apcar and Jack Hamilton: Trump's election marks a reset for all our institutions
Dr. Martin Johnson joins Louisiana Public Square to discuss voters' concerns as they head to the polls.
Dr. Martin Johnson talks about the politics of the Louisiana flood on Wisconsin Public Radio.
Dr. Kathleen Searles, Washington Post: Here’s another reason not to trust TV news reports about election polls
Dr. Nathan Kalmoe, Washington Post: Democrats played up the flag at their convention. Was that risky?
Dr. Nathan Kalmoe's research on violent political rhetoric in The Guardian.
Dr. Josh Darr: Trump’s scorning of data may not hurt him, but it’ll hurt the GOP
Jack Hamilton: Why the history of news explains its future
How the American government is trying to control what you think: Jack Hamilton in The Washington Post
Jack Hamilton: Do you need a book to sit in the Oval Office?
Jack Hamilton, Washington Post: In 2016, we’re going to campaign like it’s 1916