The chapter, explains Potter, "Makes the argument that given the possibility of both collecting and working with naturalistic materials researchers need to provide more justification for using open ended interviews, say, or focus groups.”
Imagine starting out as a journalism major to explore your love of writing, which turns into a personal mission to help women across the country.
Casey Murphy speaks about her experience as a student athlete and dividing her time between academics in the School of Communication and Information and performing as a nationally renowned athlete.
On the eve of WRSU’s 70th anniversary, its manager, Mike Pavlichko, who spent four years working for WRSU as a Rutgers undergrad, reflects on his passion for the Rutgers’ radio station, and his exciting plans for WRSU.
A new book, written by Associate Professor Jennifer Theiss, covers extensive research on the very common experience of uncertainty in close relationships, and ways it can be helpful and harmful to relationship success.
Rutgers alumnus Michael Lotito's successful advertising career spawn an interest in giving back to his alma mater.