Researchers at the University of Utah and Konkuk University found that news stories are perceived as biased based on who shares that story on social media, regardless if the actual story is biased.
– University of Utah
Mass Communication & Society
More complex statistical analysis of data used in a 2017 study that drew some criticism confirms the earlier conclusions that Black and Hispanic drivers in Vermont are stopped and searched more frequently than White drivers and are less frequently fo...
– University of Vermont
In a new book, Lee Humphreys, associate professor of communication at Cornell University, argues that the act of documenting and sharing one’s everyday life is not new – nor is it particularly narcissistic.
– Cornell University
Making the transition from high school to college may be stressful — but it can be downright depressing for students who graduate from a school with peers of high academic ability and wind up at a college with students of lesser ability, according ...
– Baylor University
Youth and Society
The NSF-funded FEWSION Project maps the U.S. economy's food, energy and water systems. In light of the proposed tariffs, the researchers looked at how Americans could be affected differently.
– Northern Arizona University Embargo expired on 02-Apr-2018 at 00:00 ET
If you're like most Americans, you see tax season as stressful - especially as the April 15 deadline looms. But, you're not alone.
About 85 percent of taxpayers overstate their actual federal income taxes, according to new research from Michigan Sta...
– Michigan State University
National Tax Journal
A majority of Republicans believe professional athletes and celebrities should stay out of politics and causes, with a sizable portion saying it is completely inappropriate for them to do so, according to a new national poll conducted for the Univers...
– University of Delaware
For the third consecutive year, Cornell University has posted a record-high number of applications for admission. More than 51,000 students sought a place in the Class of 2022.
– Cornell University
Texas Tech University’s College of Education has been awarded a grant worth $1,464,882 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for the establishment of a data-management system within the University School Partnerships for the Renewal of Education...
– Texas Tech University