1.13 Public relations: the sensational rim on the wheel
Global Text Project
Public Opinion on Social Issues, 1975-2004
This module was designed to introduce students to the basics of data analysis. The focus is on two and three variable crosstabulations. Chi square and measures of association (Gamma, Cramer's V) are introduced and may or may not be used as the instructor wishes. The codebook includes some variables in both recoded and unrecoded form (age, education) so the instructor may teach recoding or not teach it. Variables have been created and added to the data set for religiosity and tolerance. There are
Google Public Data Explorer - An excellent maths resource Just found this today and I would definitely recommend taking a look at it with your students especially if you are looking at chance and data. Google Public Data Explorer, a part of Google Labs experiments, is a tool that helps you explore through and visualize public datasets that are made available by government and other agencie
Just found this today and I would definitely recommend taking a look at it with your students especially if you are looking at chance and data.
Google Public Data Explorer, a part of Google Labs experiments, is a tool that helps you explore through and visualize public datasets that are made available by government and other agencie
Professor Ross Garnaut addressing the HC Coombs Public Policy Forum
Professor Ross Garnaut addressing the HC Coombs Public Policy Forum @ ANU which was an opportunity for national consultation on the Draft Report of the Productivity Commission on Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements.
COM365 Public Relations Session One 09/07/10
COM365 Public Relations Session One 09/07/10 Guest: Bob Gold
Public Safety Department Explained, Marquette University
Public Safety Department Explained, Marquette University
Waste Not, Want Not - Preparing Public Information Campaigns in Support of Water Conservation
In this lesson, students share opinions about the causes and effects of droughts. They then investigate and prepare public information campaigns supporting water conservation in their community.
HC Coombs Policy Forum: Sessions 1 & 2
HC Coombs Policy Forum, An opportunity for national consultation on the Draft Report of the Productivity Commission on Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements. Crawford School of Economics and Government, ANU. Session one 2-2.15pm: Opening and welcome, chaired by Professor Adam Graycar • Professor Andrew MacIntyre, Dean, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific • Gary Banks, Chairman, Productivity Commission Session two 2.15--3pm: Productivity Commission Report: How the commissioners saw the ev
Public Archeology in the United States: A Timeline
Allows visitors to journey through time and see the development of public archeology in the U.S. Along this timeline, which extends from 1784 to the current decade, visitors can see how public archeology has changed and discover the key events that shaped public archeology in this country.
Furious Faces on the Streets: Public Protests in history
"Power concedes nothing without a demand," avowed Frederick Douglass in 1857, "It never did and it never will." As an escaped slave who had gone on to become a leading figure in America's growing abolitionist movement, Douglas was no stranger to making... (Running Time 85:32)
Tobacco Research That Informs Public Policy
Professor Connie Pechmann discusses her research on cigarette and anti-smoking advertising impacts on youth in this lecture.
Immunization Hesitancy: A Rising Tide that Challenges the Public Health
Howard A. Schneiderman Memorial Bioethics Lecture Series, which began in 1990 with an endowment from Schneiderman, the third biological sciences school dean. The series brings renowned experts to UCI to speak about the social and ethical implications of advances in biology and medicine.
Public Health Students Speak about the Faculty
Students Speak: On the Department of Public Health Sciences Faculty
Religion, Democracy in the Foreign Policy of Obama: Thinking About Islam and Democracy (with Abbas,
The day-long event consisted of four panels, each of which examined the question of religion and democracy in U.S. foreign policy from a different perspective. The panels addressed the role of religious actors in U.S. democracy programs and policies; the 'twin tolerations' and democratic stability in highly religious societies; emerging trends in the data concerning the relationships between religion and democracy; and the relationship between Islam and democracy in key Muslim countries.
Cartesian Eco-Fem Darkanism: Public Affairs Week 2010
As part of Public Affairs Week 2010, Missouri State alum Troy Payne, along with Jeffrey Johnson and Matt Vega, presented a lecture titled "Cartesian Eco-FemDarkanism." Using photography, scholarship, poetry, video and music, the audience is invited to reconsider humanity's relationship to nature. The endeavor began with an article by Missouri State alum Payne published in the journal Environmental Law in 2007. Since the article was published, it has been morphed into a multimedia presentati
Oxfam America Hunger Banquet: Public Affairs Week 2010
One in six people now suffers from chronic hunger - over a billion women, men, and children. By the time a family knows hunger, their poverty is extreme. And inequality—coupled with the global economic downturn—is driving up the number of people in poverty. We talk with students about why they decided to attend the event and find out how their understanding and perception of global hunger has changed.
Public Media, NJN, and the Future of Journalism in New Jersey
Views on the Future of Journalism in New Jersey. Recorded on September 16, 2010 at the Eagleton Institute of Politics. Speaker Paul Starr, Professor of Communications and Public Affairs, Princeton University Author, A Future for Public Media in New Jersey; August 2010 Co-Editor, The American Prospect Respondents Janice Selinger, Acting Executive Director, NJN Ellen Goodman, Professor, Rutgers University School of Law, Camden Co-Director, Rutgers Institute for Information Policy and Law Author,
Spencer Henson (IDS) and Anna Thomas (ActionAid) discuss the UK Public Opinion Monitor
Each month we speak to two people working on development issues across the world, finding out a bit about their work and asking them ‘What do you think is the big question that Development Studies needs to answer?’ You can find more information about the stories covered at www.ids.ac.uk/go/bigquestion
IDS has recently published the first report of its UK Public Opinion Monitor
Dr. Sheila Crowley (NLIHC) on the Politics of Housing Policy, 2010
"The Politics of Housing Policy, 2010" A seminar presentation concerning the latest developments in housing policy, delivered by a leading policy voice in Washington. The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated solely to achieving socially just public policy that assures people with the lowest incomes in the United States have affordable and decent homes. Sheila Crowley is the president and CEO of the National Low Income Housing Coalition, where she heads a membership organization
7.2 The public take control
Access to healthcare is important to all of us. Did the arrival of state medicine in the twentieth century mean that everyone had access to good medical services? If you fell sick in 1930 where could you get treatment – from a GP, a hospital, a nurse? This unit shows that in the early twentieth century, access to care was unequally divided. The rich could afford care; working men, women and children were helped by the state; others had to rely on their own resources.