By studying research on how the news media portray Asian Americans, journalists can gain insights into how their work is perceived and its consequences.
Reading research on how the news media portray Latinos can help journalists improve their coverage. Here are five studies to know about.
NASCAR’s ties to the Confederate flag were intentional, research shows. The flag and what it represented helped sell tickets and create a base of Southern working-class fans.
Florida State University researcher Joshua I. Newman offers guidance to help journalists better understand and report on the link between NASCAR and U.S. politics.
Over two million U.S. adults with cardiovascular disease have smoked marijuana, and the substance may carry increased cardiovascular risks.
A federal government database of doctors who provide medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder is rife with inaccurate contact information, research shows.
New Year’s resolve flagging? Academic research can bolster your ambitions.
How has agenda-setting influenced public perceptions of tobacco control and, more recently, vaping?
This collection of research, compiled to help journalists write about Black Friday and winter holiday shopping, examines shopper experiences, holiday pricing, shopping psychology and Black Friday aggression.
Print newspaper coverage of suicide falls short of expert recommendations, new research in JAMA Network Open finds.