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The Future Is Female - Just Not in Film: Image of Girls in Popular Movies Bears Little Resemblance to Reality

While parents, teachers and even advertisements may tell girls that they can do or be anything, a new study reveals that popular movies have a different message.

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Closing the Rural Health Gap: Media Update from RWJF and Partners on Rural Health Disparities

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Rural counties continue to rank lowest among counties across the U.S., in terms of health outcomes. A group of national organizations including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the National 4-H Council are leading the way to close the rural health gap.

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ASCB Among Founding Members of Newly Launched Scientific Society Publisher Alliance

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A group of prestigious not-for-profit scientific membership societies, including the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB), have announced the launch of the Scientific Society Publisher Alliance (SSPA), an initiative focused on building awareness of and support for publication of scientific research by scientist-run scientific societies.

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Professor's "News Literacy" Guide Provides Tools to Discern Fake News

In the era of "fake news," cyber attacks and "alternative facts," a Baldwin Wallace University professor arms teachers and students with a guide to distinguish the truth from deceptive information.

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Study Finds Fringe Communities on Reddit and 4chan Have High Influence on Flow of Alternative News to Twitter

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Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Cyprus University of Technology and University College London have conducted the first large-scale measurement of how mainstream and alternative news flows through multiple social media platforms.

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Innovation at the University of Haifa: Students Learn About Fake News

Students Learn about Fake News at the University of Haifa

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APA Stress in America™ Survey: US at ‘Lowest Point We Can Remember;’ Future of Nation Most Commonly Reported Source of Stress

Nearly two-thirds of Americans (63 percent) say the future of the nation is a very or somewhat significant source of stress, slightly more than perennial stressors like money (62 percent) and work (61 percent), according to the American Psychological Association’s report, Stress in America™: The State of Our Nation.

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New National Poll Shows Americans Distrust Congress, the Media, Hollywood, and Even Other Voters in the U.S.

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A new University of Delaware poll found that a large majority of Americans carry a deep level of distrust for virtually every governing, media, and political institution in America. Only the military gained a positive rating with 72% trusting; the media and Hollywood were the least trusted.

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Washington Bureau Chiefs Discuss New Era's Impact on Journalism

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Three Northwestern University alumnae, all Washington, D.C. bureau chiefs for major media outlets, will discuss the changing nature of political reporting on Tuesday, Nov. 7 – the eve of the one year anniversary of the 2016 presidential election.“The Insiders: Covering Washington Since Trump’s Election” features Elisabeth Bumiller of The New York Times, Susan Page of USA Today and CBS and Julie Pace of The Associated Press and CNN.

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USC and VICE Collaborate on Course for Creating Media to Drive Social Change

USC Annenberg, in partnership with VICE Media, will launch a new class in Spring 2018 developed from VICELAND’s Emmy-nominated documentary series WOMAN with Gloria Steinem.







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