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Altheide reflects on his more than 43-year career, defining his expertise as falling within five research areas: Mass Communication, Qualitative Research Methods, Deviant Behavior, Propaganda and Official Information, and Social Control.
We chat with Dr. David L. Altheide an American-born sociologist and Emeritus Regents' Professor in the School of Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University.
And, lastly, Altheide devotes his research to the development of qualitative methodology, specifically Ethnographic Content Analysis (ECA).
Altheide's second research focus examines the media as a form of social control.
Altheide reflects on his research which has broadly focused on qualitative methodology and the media's impact on society, especially through inciting fear.
Knowing yourself in order to build public speaking skills and ultimately grow in terms of personal development.
We chat with Allison Sutter, Lifestyle Coach, public speaker, teacher and best-selling author, about conquering fears of public speaking and personal development.
Allison provides visualization techniques that help ease anxieties at the thought of having to give a talk, a speech or just being in a social situation.
Allison's approach is education, and personal success, is student-centric versus content or teacher agenda centric.
Allison Sutter, personal development coach and public speaker, chats about public speaking fears and becoming the person you want to be.
Everything form solar panel mounting hardware and instructions to keeping yourself sane on the open plain.
Zach Both talks about his inspiration to quit a desk job for a sustainable way to work and live in a van.
"While the idea of living and traveling the country in a van can sound adventurous and exciting, it is certainly not for everyone." - The Vanual
The Vanual includes tips for stealth van living, like installing wooden shelves in an old van and building an solar running vehicle.
Zach Both has written an online manual for aspiring van dwelling nomads, which he calls the Vanual.
We chat with Katina Kulow, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Louisville and author of a study on how the beliefs about karma influence consumers’ responses in advertising.
We chat with Katina Kulow, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Louisville and author of a study on how the beliefs about karma influence consumers’ responses in advertising.
The belief that the universe bestows rewards for doing right and exacts punishments for doing wrong, is largely an Eastern philosophy, there are numerous examples of the notion in Western culture as well.
The study, "In Pursuit of Good Karma: When Charitable Appeals to Do Right Go Wrong," was authored by Katina Kulow, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Louisville.
We chat with Katina Kulow, an assistant professor of marketing at the University of Louisville and author of a study on how the beliefs about karma influence consumers’ responses in advertising.
Discover the effect global markets have on data and intelligence for the cyber security in the future.

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