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Highlights of recent media coverage of CHASS. Links to online stories provided where available.

Ad update: Setting a negative tone
WRAL, 2014-08-26
There has been a shift in the tone of campaign ads lately, with only two-thirds of those aired so far in August tagged as explicitly negative. Steven Greene, political science, featured
How to Teach Your Kids About Wants Versus Needs
Wall St. Cheat Sheet , 2014-08-25
Researchers found that children pay close attention to financial issues, and parents should talk to their kids about money so they won’t develop misconceptions. Lynsey Romo, communication, featured.
NC senator braces for Obama’s visit to her state
Washington Post, Huffington Post, 2014-08-25
North Carolina's Democratic senator has an uncomfortable decision to make as President Barack Obama appears in her state before a critical audience. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured.
Why Ferguson? Many police killings, but only St. Louis suburb …
Dover Post, 2014-08-21
According to NC State historian, the nature of Brown’s killing in Ferguson, Missouri, fueled anger. Blair L.M. Kelley, history, featured.
Police killings happen, so why did Ferguson explode?
New York Post, 2014-08-21
Experts say the nature of Michael Brown’s killing in Ferguson, Missouri, fueled anger: He was shot six times in broad daylight, in the middle of the street, in his own housing complex. Blair L.M. Kelley, history, featured.
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