Winograd in USA Today – 2012 Election

USA Today published an article citing Senior Fellow Morley Winograd and co-author Mike Hais about the 2012 presidential election. Winograd postulates that Obama will not be able to rely on the young constituents who helped to put him in the White House, due the tumultuous year Obama has faced against his opponents in the House and Senate….

Winograd in NYT – Suburban Hip

In an article in the New York Times, research by senior fellow Morley Winograd is cited for the urban and suburban sprawl of the millennial generation as they age. According to his and co-author, Michael Hais' research, 43 percent of Millennials describe suburbs as their "ideal place to live," compared with just 31 percent of older generations. (An additional article citing the work of Winograd and Hais can be found on KCET.)…

Winograd in Forbes – Millennial family oriented

In a blog on the website for Forbes magazine, Senior Fellow Morley Winograd is cited for his expertise in Millennial studies. He and his co-author, Mike Hais have found that those born between 1983-2003 are more family-orientated than previous generations and are more likely to raise families of their own….

Winograd examines roots of Egyptian revolution in Headwaters of the Arab Spring

On Tuesday, January 25, 2011, the leaders of the Egyptian protest group, April 6 Youth Movement (A6Y), led hundreds of thousands of protesters chanting, "Bread, Freedom, Human Rights" into Cairo's Tahrir Square. The events that followed completely surprised the economic elites gathering for the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Few put much stock in the importance of the actions of young people in Egypt until the protests overturned that country's entrenched power structure in a matter of weeks….

Author Morley Winograd appointed 2011 CCLP Senior Fellow

Author and communication technology expert Morley Winograd has been appointed as a 2011 senior fellow of the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy (CCLP). Winograd, who is co-author with Michael D. Hais of the forthcoming book, Millennial Momentum: How a New Generation is Remaking America, will help lead discussions and research projects on how the Millennial generation is reshaping the use of communication technologies. "Millennials turned the Internet, created by older generations to empower individuals, into a powerful new tool for increasing social interactions. I look forward to working with the Center to understand in more depth the…