Foreman, Hardage, Kean named 2020 Page Center Award honorees
The fourth annual Page Center Awards will honor Gene Foreman, Ginger Hardage and Thomas Kean Sr. at a special dinner event on Feb. 19, 2020 at the Intercontinental Barclay Hotel in New York City.
Women wearing hijabs in news stories may be judged negatively
Women wearing a veil or headscarf in the United States may face harsher social judgement, according to a Page Center-funded study that found when given the same information in a news story, some people may consider a woman wearing a headscarf to be more likely to have committed a crime.
Using digital media to engage low-income publics
Social and mobile engagement with low-income individuals in a way that matches their needs is ever evolving. Findings suggest that traditional face-to-face dialogue and engagement may still be the best way to achieve an authentic relationship.
Preparation, transparency among keys to fighting fake news crises
Fake news has become a real concern for corporations. When fake news about a company goes viral, it is recommended that the company actively engages in refuting the fabricated information to defend its reputation.
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The Arthur W. Page Center Awards
Every year the Page Center honors icons of public communications who, over the course of their careers, have demonstrated a commitment to the concept of "truth well told."
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The Page Center is strengthening the role of ethics education in communications classrooms. We offer 12 free online modules on a range of ethics topics in public relations.
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