New WSU research shows teen boys exposed to pro-marijuana messages are more likely than female peers to associate marijuana use with improving sexual activity.
Among the practices they are encouraging are wearing masks, maintaining six feet of physical distance, frequent hand washing, staying home if sick and attesting when visiting campus.
The most striking finding concerned the fact that much of the anti-Muslim narrative was driven by a small handful of users, disseminating tweets through throngs of automated bots and sock puppet accounts that concealed the true identity of their owners.
EVERETT, Wash. – Technology and media industry leaders will explore the ethical issues unfolding within emerging social virtual reality platforms at a breakfast and panel discussion titled “Ethics in 3D Spaces,” 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, in the Tiered Lecture Hall, room 102, at WSU Everett, 915 N. Broadway.
By Eric Sorensen, WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Internal Revenue Service is breaking several laws by mining large data sets and combing through social media posts in its search for people to audit, a Washington State University professor says.
By Linda Weiford, WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash. – As social media becomes the catwalk of the fashion industry, a Washington State University researcher is examining how it influences the way consumers interact and the merchandise they buy.
By Richard H. Miller, Academic Outreach & Innovation
PULLMAN, Wash. – People under 25 sometimes delete social media posts to prepare for employer scrutiny. Older job-seekers may worry less about deletion and more about addition, such as of posts that show professional accomplishments and capabilities.