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|Department:||Edward R. Murrow College Of Communication|
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164
|Home page:|| http://murrow.wsu.edu/|
|Chairperson or head:||Professor Bruce Pinkleton|
|Degrees offered:|| Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate |
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| Austin, Erica W. |
Bailey, Rachel L.
Hindman, Douglas B.
Hindman, Elizabeth B.
James, E. L.
Tan, Alexis S.
Willoughby, Jessica F.
|Areas of departmental research strength: || Advertising, African-American-Issues-And-Civil-Rights, Alienation, Asia, Broadcasting-And-Media, Children, China, Cognition, Competence, Computer, Conflict, Contemporary-Issues, Conversation, Democracy, Demographics, Drugs, Ecology, Economics, Education, Ethics, Family, Gender, Health, International-Development, Interpersonal, Law, Literacy, Methodology, Middle-East, News, Newspaper, Organizational, Pacific-Rim, Personality-And-Psychology, Persuasion, Political-Elections, Politics-And-Government, Popular-Culture, Print-Journalism, Public-Opinion, Public-Relations, Race-And-Ethnicity, Radio, Religion, Semiotic-Theory, Sexuality, Social-Structure, Sports, Technologies, Television, Theory, Visualization |
|Top 10 research department for: || Advertising, African-American-Issues-And-Civil-Rights, Alienation, Asia, Broadcasting-And-Media, Children, Contemporary-Issues, Democracy, Demographics, Drugs, Ecology, Literacy, Methodology, Middle-East, Newspaper, Pacific-Rim, Political-Elections, Politics-And-Government, Popular-Culture, Public-Opinion, Radio, Religion, Semiotic-Theory, Sexuality, Television |
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