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from BBST 465: Religion, Culture and Media
by Michael Longinow
February 7, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow talks about popular views of the influence of religion in higher education and in journalism. He shows how exposing wrongs are not always tied to negative attributes and how th...
February 14, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow introduces the power of politics in society and its widespread influence on every person. He expounds upon the importance of being intentional about politics and the inevitabil...
February 21, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow compares First Amendment rights such as freedom of the press and of religion to those in more censured countries such as China. He talks about the pros and cons of suppressing ...
March 14, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow talks about how media is used as a coping and grieving mechanism in society today. In a media saturated culture, pictures, videos and other physical manifestations have a neces...
March 21, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow talks about how different cultures shape perceptions about suffering. He goes in-depth with Japan's response to suffering particularly in the March 2011 tsunami and WWII.
March 28, 2011
Dr. Michael Longinow talks about how preconceived notions of viewing certain people apply to those of faith. He particularly expounds on the perspectives Evangelicals have of the Appalachian people.
from JOUR 111: Introduction to Public Relations
by Carolyn Kim
April 25, 2013
Professor Carolyn Kim discusses theories of public opinion and the ways that public opinion can be affected. She outlines the methods and components of persuasion as well as the ethics of persuasion.
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February 2, 2011
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How do religion, culture, and the media interact in an increasingly globalized, postmodern world? Biblical studies and theology professor Joanne Jung and journalism professor Michael Longinow expl...
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July 16, 2013
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