A research paper identifies three films about musicians that provide audiences with stronger connections to celebrities than popular biopics.
By Chris Mackowski In a Feb. 18, 1863, letter to his brother, Sen. John Sherman of Ohio, Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman lamented what he saw as a deterioration of American ideals. In order to defeat the Confederacy, he feared… Read More ›
By William Elenchin The indefensible actions by the police officer that led to the tragic death of George Floyd has ignited a nationwide debate on the role of police in society. While the emotions that rage are centered on police… Read More ›
By Chris Mackowski The relationship between the United States president and the press is “the most powerful and profound newsmaker-observer relationship in the world,” says historian Harold Holzer. His new book, The Presidents Vs. The Press, examines the complicated dynamics… Read More ›
By Paul Wieland St. Bonaventure has joined dozens of universities in the United States offering major fields of study in sports, either through business schools or communications studies programs. St. Bonaventure is using its major studies programs to attract students… Read More ›
By Connie Perkins According to Dr. Merlin R. Mann (n.d.), associate professor of journalism at Abilene Christian University, there are four imperatives to writing headlines: They must be correct, they must connect to ordinary readers, they must attract attention, and… Read More ›
A sociological explanation to why President Trump can get away with saying anything By Benjamin Gross Introduction: The Importance of Social Identities Sociology has always been interested in how human beings socially construct their perceptions of reality and have for… Read More ›