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Gaye v. Thicke The “Blurred Lines” Between Music Copyright, Music Sampling & Fair Use

Presented by Nicole Webb as a final research presentation for COM 601 (Communication Law) in the spring of 2016 at American University; MA in Journalism and Public Affairs, Broadcast Specialty

iPads are a Student’s Best Friend: New Age Technology & its Productivity in the Modern-Day Classroom

Presented by Nicole Webb at the 2015 Eastern Communication Association Conference in Philadelphia, PA for the Competitive Undergraduate Poster Session, as a representative of The Lincoln University. 

The Visual Album: Beyoncé Feminism in the Age of New Media (Methods Section)

Presented on behalf of Dr. Nicole-Files Thompson, as a part of the presentation Beyonce & Pedagogy, at the 2016 National Communications Association African American Communication and Culture Division in Philadelphia, PA for the “More than Hips, Lips and Fingertips: Exploring the Impact of Beyonce on Race, Culture, Media, and Feminist Studies” panel. 

The Desensitization of Communal Interaction: How the Advancement of Technology has Desensitized Communal Interaction

Presented by Nicole Webb as a final research presentation for COMM 300 (Communication Theory) in the spring of 2013 at The Lincoln University; BS in Broadcast Journalism, BS in Print Journalism.


The Decline of A&R: What has Happened to the Music Industry’s A&R Divisions

Presented by Nicole Webb as a final research presentation for COMM 200 (Introduction to Mass Communication) in the fall of 2012 at The Lincoln University; BS in Broadcast Journalism, BS in Print Journalism.

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