Research Conversations podcast

The UNC School of Media and Journalism's Research Conversations podcast series highlights the outstanding work of the school's faculty and students.

Each episode brings together MJ-school colleagues to discuss current research projects exploring various aspects of mass communication.

Allison Lazard | Joe Cabosky | Adam Saffer | Nori Comello | Rhonda Gibson | Deen Freelon

 

Oct. 24, 2017

Associate Professor Deen Freelon joins Professor Daniel Riffe to discuss his research covering two major areas of scholarship: political expression through digital media and data science and computational methods for analyzing large digital datasets. Click here to read more

 

Feb. 11, 2016

Associate Professor Rhonda Gibson joins Professor Daniel Riffe to discuss her research examining media images of transgender families and the effects of those images. Click here to read more

 

Feb. 11, 2016

Assistant Professor Nori Comello joins Daniel Riffe to discuss her research pretesting an online tool that uses a tailored approach to aid smoking cessation. Comello was one of five MJ-school faculty members awarded 2016 seed grant funds to move their research forward. Click here to read more

 

Feb. 11, 2016

Assistant Professor Adam Saffer joins Daniel Riffe to discuss his research examining the network of relationships and assessing the social capital among Chinese NGOs. Saffer was one of five MJ-school faculty members awarded 2016 seed grant funds to move their research forward. Click here to read more

 

Feb. 11, 2016

Assistant Professor Joseph Cabosky joins Daniel Riffe to discuss his research exploring new ways to assess the benefit of public relations activity. Cabosky was one of five MJ-school faculty members awarded 2016 seed grant funds to move their research forward. Click here to read more

 

Feb. 11, 2016

Assistant Professor Allison Lazard joins Daniel Riffe to discuss her research on how the use of e-cigarette imagery cues influences the effectiveness of messages designed to communicate the potential harms and risks of e-cigarettes. Lazard was one of five MJ-school faculty members awarded 2016 seed grant funds to move their research forward. Click here to read more