Topic: The University of Texas at Austin

Facebook More Effective at Mobilizing Voters

Oct. 11, 2016
Facebook, facebook voting, facebook vote, Moody College of Communication, social media, facebook studies

In a new study, researchers found that individuals are significantly more likely to vote if they receive reminders through Facebook that voting records are public by messages of encouragement or shame to vote. 

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Middle East & North Africa Show Concern for Advertisements

Aug. 11, 2016
Belo Center

A recent study published in Consumption Markets & Culture found that advertising practitioners in the Middle East and North Africa reported numerous examples of ethical concerns.

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UT Filmmakers Air Political Documentaries Online

July 7, 2016
Postcards from the Great Divide

Three filmmakers from the Moody College of Communication Department of Radio-Television-Film will debut films online July 11 in a series of short documentaries about politics.

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UT Researcher to Study Rural Library "Hotspot Lending"

April 21, 2016
Sharon Strover, Moody College of Communication

Professor from Moody College of Communication receives grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services. 

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Environmental Groups in China Benefit from Partners

March 16, 2016
Stephen Reese

Environmental groups working in China benefit from having International partners when advocating for causes to better their work environments and local government. 

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