Architects of Communication Scholarship - Joseph Cappella on Messaging and Messages

Emeritus Professor Joseph Cappella discusses his work and research in the areas of health and political communication, social interaction, nonverbal behavior, media effects, and statistical methods.
This episode features Professors Robin Nabi and Joseph Cappella as they discuss Professor Cappella’s background and research in political and health communication studies. Professor Cappella explores messaging and media effects as well as the social consequences of mistrust and misinformation, especially within political communication.
 
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Ellen Wartella
Joseph Cappella
Robin Nabi

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Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor of Communication; Professor of Psychology, Human Development and Social Policy, and Medical Social Sciences
Northwestern University 
Twitter: @CMHD_NU

Emeritus Professor, Annenberg School for Communication 
University of Pennsylvania
Twitter: @AnnenbergPenn

Professor of Communication 
University of California, Santa Barbara
Architects of Communication Scholarship - Joseph Cappella on Messaging and Messages
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