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CHASS in the News

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

Examining Sexual Assault On Campus: Policy, Prevention & Culture
Western North Carolina Public Radio, 2014-09-30
Host Frank Stasio talks with NC State sociologist about issues of gender-based discrimination and the systems of oppression that perpetuate violence. Michael Schwalbe, sociology and anthropology, featured.
Here's Some History Behind That 'Angry Black Woman' Riff the NY Times Tossed Around
The Root, 2014-09-25
The pernicious nature of the “angry black woman” trope isn’t marginal to American culture—it’s central. Blair L.M. Kelley, history, featured.
5 Memory Strategies for Learning Anything Fast
Entrepreneur, 2014-09-24
Give yourself a gigantic advantage over everybody else if you can recall more information at a faster speed. Kitty Klein, psychology, featured.
Is Connectedness Slipping Through Our Texting, Tweeting Fingers?
Huffington Post, 2014-09-19
While home-cooked meals are typically healthier than restaurant food, NC State sociologists argue that the stress that cooking puts on people, particularly women, may not be worth the trade-off. Sarah Bowen, Sinikka Elliott and Joslyn Brenton, sociology and anthropology, featured.
Study suggests an hour of video games a day makes kids better-adjusted
Chattanooga Times Free Press, 2014-09-16
Contrary to their prediction in pop culture, participants in massively multiplayer online roleplaying games aren't antisocial basement dwellers but highly social people. Nick Taylor, communications, featured.
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