The Kissinger historical legacy is indeed complex. There are conflicting legacies of both a positive and negative nature. In this essay, Alan J. Steinberg provides a guide to these different legacies.
Political discourse may not be so negative after all
Given the widespread perception that politics is negative, the results of the project are somewhat surprising.
I’m Bruce Springsteen, and I approved this message
With the Boss on the road again, we look back at our 2018 study on how he would fare as a political candidate.
How The America Irish Built A New National Identity in America
A St. Patrick’s Day research essay
How terribly normal to be 70
For the Oscars: A research paper identifies three films about musicians that provide audiences with stronger connections to celebrities than popular biopics.
What is the most popular topic for Hochul and Zeldin’s tweets?
New York’s gubernatorial candidates are tweeting more about crime and public safety than any other topic.
How does news coverage in the US and the UK compare?
St. Bonaventure University students studying in Oxford explored the differences between news coverage in the United States and the UK.
Breaking down coverage of the war in Ukraine
By Richard Lee The long-standing journalism mantra “If it bleeds, it leads” holds true for the media’s coverage of the war in Ukraine, according to data compiled by students in a journalism course at St. Bonaventure University. The data showed… Read More ›
What did the press cover in Buffalo’s mayoral campaign?
If Buffalo voters wanted to learn where mayoral candidates Byron Brown and India Walton stood on the issues, they were unlikely to find answers in the news media’s coverage of the campaign. A content analysis of news coverage in the… Read More ›
Is the White House press corps out of touch with American people?
CNN and C-SPAN coverage of our study