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U.S. Propaganda in the Media: Stories of Hugo Chavez

Accusations of partisan media bias are commonplace in the highly polarized political environment of the United States.  Indeed, many U.S. citizens believe the news is biased along partisan lines, between conservatives and liberals (Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 2012).   In fact, like many Americans, I believe bias is a persistent … Continue reading

The Ecology of Identity Online

The recent colonization of cyberspace by social networking sites (SNS) makes navigating identity online a complex and even dangerous endeavor.  Indeed, it seems hardly a day goes by without a news report of someone being fired for online activity on a SNS (Aurora, 2013; Larson, 2013; RT, 2013; WFTV, 2013).  In fact, Oracle laid me … Continue reading

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