Research

Communication Technology & Social Change

The communication field has undergone fundamental transformations in recent years. Wireless technologies and the Internet have rendered unprecedented revolutions in digital communication. These transformations have brought with them profound social and economic consequences. The center's mission is to examine the social impact of these communication technologies, with the overarching objective...

Photographic Empowerment

Today, digital media and the Internet are putting the power to take and distribute images in the hands of people literally in a way never before possible, offering glimpses of lives and perspectives we might not otherwise see. Whether called citizen-based journalism, pluralist photography or participant-produced documentary work, this burgeoning...

The Constitution and the Press

In a democratic society, an inevitable tension persists between the need of the government to protect secrets in the name of national security, and the right of the press to print all but the most dangerous of those secrets, particularly when the claim of "secrecy" is used to cover up...

The Future of News

As changes in technology, economics and government funding continue to affect news organizations' profitability and stability, CCLP is exploring new models that will sustain quality journalism from the international to the local level while leveraging partnerships and the opportunity to reach broader audiences through technological advances. Public Policy & Funding...

Women & Communication Leadership

For the first time in our nation's history, women make up fully half of all workers and are increasingly their families' primary breadwinners. Women also are playing defining roles in the reinvention of the media and communication industries. CCLP's women in communication leadership initiative focuses on scholarly research, policy analysis...

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