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The 'Truthiness' Of The 'Daily Show Effect': A Presidency Study, Holly Thomas Apr 2011

The 'Truthiness' Of The 'Daily Show Effect': A Presidency Study, Holly Thomas

2011 Awards for Excellence in Student Research & Creative Activity - Documents

News-gathering for the American public changed in the past decade with a decline in trust for journalists and news media (Jones 2009), technology advancement (Haynes and Pitts 2009), and entertainment becoming a priority (Jones 2009; Haynes and Pitts 2009; Baumgartner and Morris 2006; Colletta 2009). Television, radio, and newspapers (the traditional media) are still used today with broadcast and cable television being the dominate news source (Colletta 2009; Haynes and Pitts 2009), however, an increased amount of Americans utilize the internet for their news information through what is known as new media, referring to Web blogs and social networks. Haynes ...


Art Of Representation: Portraits Of The Founding Fathers, Ellen Kathryn Corrigan Jan 2011

Art Of Representation: Portraits Of The Founding Fathers, Ellen Kathryn Corrigan

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

Text panel from “The Art of Representation: Portraits of the Founding Fathers,” a local exhibit in support of the Booth Library installation of the ALA-PPO/NEH traveling exhibition Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World, on display January 12-February 25, 2011.


Art Of Representation: Portraits Of The Founding Fathers, Ellen Corrigan Jan 2011

Art Of Representation: Portraits Of The Founding Fathers, Ellen Corrigan

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

Text panel from “The Art of Representation: Portraits of the Founding Fathers,” a local exhibit in support of the Booth Library installation of the ALA-PPO/NEH traveling exhibition Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World, on display January 12-February 25, 2011.


Art Of Representation: Portraits Of The Founding Fathers, Ellen Corrigan Jan 2011

Art Of Representation: Portraits Of The Founding Fathers, Ellen Corrigan

Ellen K. Corrigan

Text panel from “The Art of Representation: Portraits of the Founding Fathers,” a local exhibit in support of the Booth Library installation of the ALA-PPO/NEH traveling exhibition Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World, on display January 12-February 25, 2011.


Issues In The 2008 Presidential Election: Perceptions Of The Candidates And Their Links To Vote, Justin T. Cross Jan 2011

Issues In The 2008 Presidential Election: Perceptions Of The Candidates And Their Links To Vote, Justin T. Cross

Masters Theses

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Why Does The United States Give Foreign Aid?, Abalo Awesso Jan 2011

Why Does The United States Give Foreign Aid?, Abalo Awesso

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.