CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement)
conducts research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement

Working Paper 29: News for A New Generation: Can it Be Fun and Functional?

by Susan Sherr March 2005 “Considerable time and financial resources have been dedicated to increasing the numbers of young people who vote in the United States. Voting is certainly a vital component of political and civic engagement. However, there are other important political behaviors in which young people have been participating in decreasing numbers and Read More >

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March 31st, 2005
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Working Paper 16: News for a New Generation. Report 1: Content Analysis, Interviews, and Focus Groups

by Susan Sherr July 2004 “The following report represents the findings from the qualitative portion of the News for a New Generation project. These data provide information about what kinds of news are available for young people, why producers create youth-oriented news the way they do, and what young people say they really want in Read More >

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July 31st, 2004
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