In a new report, a group of leading scientists, academics and editors of scientific journals call for greater transparency and uniformity in the way author contributions are presented in science studies.
A study found that the Pope's encyclical on climate did not directly influence people’s beliefs about climate change but did so indirectly by raising the Pope's credibility on the issue.
Researchers from the Annenberg Public Policy Center will present their work this week and next at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association in San Diego.
An international contingent of scholars gathered for a two-day conference this week at APPC on the role of attitudes, for the forthcoming second edition of The Handbook of Attitudes.
A new study finds that pictorial warnings on cigarette packs can help to curb smoking levels at least 30 days after smokers had daily exposure to them.
What did viewers of the 2016 general election presidential debates learn about the candidates? A new APPC study analyzes debate learning and the effect of post-debate TV coverage.
The Annenberg Classroom documentary on the First Amendment, “Freedom of the Press: New York Times v. United States," has been honored in the Best Shorts Competition and others.
In "JFK: A Vision for America," a compendium of John F. Kennedy's speeches, Kathleen Hall Jamieson has an essay on how Kennedy used live TV press conferences to explain policy and govern.
The Cronkite Awards honoring excellence in TV political journalism were presented at the National Press Club, including the Brooks Jackson Prize for Fact-Checking Political Messages, named for the founding director of FactCheck.org.