Elizabeth Crawford Jackson, associate professor of communication, recently had two research articles published.
She co-wrote "Crossing cross-platform: Comparing skills preferences and convergence attitudes in strategic communication and news disciplines" that was published in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator.
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Crawford Jackson also wrote "Exceptional people: An exceptional medium. In D. Abrahamson and M. Prior-Miller (eds.)" that appeared in The Routledge Handbook of Magazine Research: The Future of the Magazine Form.
A journalist from The Telegraph newspaper in Calcutta, India, contacted her for an article related to the second publication.
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