Finding the Hidden Meanings in Presidential Messages

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Lecture

When: Jan 18 2011 (All day)
Where: Imin Center – Jefferson Hall, EWC: 5pm
What:

TheGeorge Chaplin Fellowship in Distinguished
Journalism Address

Finding
the Hidden Meanings

in
Presidential Messages

By Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Director, Annenberg
Public Policy
Center

Tuesday,
Jan. 18, 2011

5:00
p.m.

East-West Center

Hawai'i Imin International
Conference Center,

Keoni Auditorium (1777 East-West Rd., Honolulu, Hawai'i)

Kathleen Hall Jamieson is the 2011 George Chaplin
Fellow in Distinguished Journalism.
Dr. Jamieson's Chaplin address, ranging
across the history of the modern U.S. presidency, will examine
meanings revealed and concealed by campaign ads and presidential speeches.

Kathleen Jamieson, a leading expert on media and
politics, particularly U.S.
presidential campaigns, serves as the director of the Annenberg Public Policy
Center (APPC) at the University
of Pennsylvania,
where she is also a professor of communications. The APPC runs FactCheck, a
nonprofit devoted to examining the factual accuracy of U.S. political
campaign advertisements.

She is the author or co-author of 16
books including: The Obama Victory: How Media, Money, and Messages Shaped
the 2008 Election
(2010), Presidents Creating the Presidency (2008),
Echo Chamber: Rush Limbaugh and the Conservative Media Establishment
(2008), and unSpun: Finding Facts in a World of Disinformation
(2007).Dr. Jamieson has won numerous awards for teaching and for her
scholarship, and is frequently interviewed on National Public Radio.

The George Chaplin Fellowship in Distinguished Journalism was established in 1986 by DFS-Hawaii
with a grant to the East-West
Center to honor the
leadership and ideals of George Chaplin. The late George Chaplin had served as
Editor-in-Chief of The Honolulu Advertiser for nearly 30 years and was
an early advocate of international business and cultural exchanges.

Reception to follow.Aloha Attire

Free Admission. Limited seating.

R.S.V.P.(808) 944-7111 / EWCInfo@EastWestCenter.org

Parking: Pay $5 at kiosk and display flyer on dashboard.
Campus "Zoned" parking spaces are available for use. Additional parking is
available on grass between the Imin
Center and Lincoln
Hall.





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Primary Contact Info:
Name: Floren Elman-Singh
Phone: 808-944-7111