Police Shootings May Lead to Unifying Change, According to Social Media Analysis

11-Jul-2016 11:45 AM EDT

Clemson University

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Brandon Boatwright, Associate Director of Clemson University's Social Media Listening Center, is available for comment on the social media conversations surrounding last week's police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, and the shift in conversation in the aftermath of the attack on police by a gunman in Dallas.

Boatwright, BrandonPositionLecturer & Associate Director of the Social Media Listening Center

ContactOffice: 402 StrodePhone: 864-656-1567Email: boatwr5@clemson.eduCurriculum Vitae

Brandon graduated from Clemson in 2010 with a BA in Communication Studies, and proceeded to earn his MA in Communication, Technology, and Society in 2012. He is entering his second year as a Lecturer in the department of Communication Studies and also serves as the Associate Director of the college’s Social Media Listening Center. Brandon’s research interests include image repair, sports and religious communication, and social/new media. In his spare time, Brandon is an avid Atlanta Braves fan and Netflix advocate.

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