Charting the Science of Physical Activity and Health to Drive Action
December 6, 2012
A Joint Event Sponsored By: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA) at George Mason University and the Center for Health and Risk Communication (CHRC) at George Mason University
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Study: News Coverage Shifts on Benghazi Attack
May 13, 2013
News coverage of the Benghazi attack followed the Obama administrationís lead last fall but has recently shifted to include more Republican perspectives, according to a study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA).
Study: Media Framed Benghazi In Obamaís Terms
November 2, 2012
Leading newspapers framed the Benghazi attack story in terms of a spontaneous protest (the Obama administrationís version) four times as often as a planned terrorist attack (the Republican version), according to a study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University and Chapman University. The study also found that the most frequent theme of the coverage concerned hate speech vs. free speech, followed closely by security problems at the consulate.
Scandals drown out Obamaís message on economy
The Washington Times, May 14, 2013
CMPA's latest study on Benghazi cited
Inside the Beltway: The Benghazi Narrative
The Washington Times, May 13, 2013
CMPA's latest study on Benghazi and Dr. Robert Lichter cited
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Here Come the Romney Jokes!
By S. Robert Lichter, January 5, 2012
What else do Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul have in common? Well, they’re all about to become the targets of a lot of jokes told by late night TV comedians.
CMPA BACKGROUNDER: Media Coverage of The BPA Debate 2006-2012
Background document studying the media coverage of BPA and its effcts from 2006-2012
Study: Public Attitudes Toward Vaccines
A survey conducted by Harris Interactive for the George Mason University Center for Media and Public Affairs and Center for Health and Risk Communication to gauge the support of the general public on vaccines.