Facebook Influence Among Incoming College Freshmen: Sticky Cues and Alcohol

Alcohol displays on Facebook are ever present and can be socially desirable for college students. Because problematic drinking is a concern for college students, this research sought to understand how different types of information on a Facebook page influence first year college student likelihood to drink.

Facebook Influence Among Incoming College Freshmen: Sticky Cues and Alcohol Facebook Influence Among Incoming College Freshmen: Sticky Cues and Alcohol

Discovering Race in a “Post-Racial” World

Teaching students about race remains a challenging task for instructors, made even more difficult in the context of a growing “post-racial” discourse. Given this challenge, it is important for instructors to find engaging ways to help students understand the continuing significance of race and racial/ethnic inequality.

Discovering Race in a “Post-Racial” World Discovering Race in a “Post-Racial” World
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