Twenty-six public relations students conducted a nationwide telephone survey on behalf of the First Amendment Center in Nashville. As part of a class project, the students called random-digit-dial telephone numbers from across the United States, surveying Americans’ views of the First Amendment implications of social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. The survey results were published June 4 on the First Amendment Web site and all students were listed as researchers on the document. The research analysis, written by PR Professor Pam Parry, can be accessed by clicking here.
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