Prof. Peter J. Schulz

30/08/2023 (Wednesday) 13:00-14:00 E21B-G002 Health Misinformation in Southeast Asia: A Collaborative Network Perspective Abstract: The proliferation of misinformation poses a significant challenge, particularly in the realm of health communication. While U.S. National Academies’ guidelines exist to address misinformation, their universal applicability is limited, especially in the culturally diverse and contextually unique landscape

Prof. Tien Tsung LEE

24/08/2023 (Thursday) 12:50-13:50 E21B-G002 Liberal-conservative ideology and communication research: Different paths and nooks Abstract: The dimensions and implications of liberal-conservative ideology have been studied in such disciplines as political science, psychology, and communication. Instead of focusing on one study, this talk reviews the evolving attempts by a communication researcher interested in the