Dr. Larry Burriss

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5:31am

Mon May 28, 2012
Opinion

Burriss on Media: Treason

Dr. Larry Burriss
MTSU

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  We've heard a lot lately about what it takes to be a "real" American. It seems to me that we can get ourselves into a lot of trouble if we start to ignore a few relevant incidents from our past when it comes to telling just what a "real" American is.

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6:35am

Mon May 21, 2012
Opinion

Burriss on Media: Photographing Police

Dr. Larry Burriss
MTSU

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  The on-going “Occupy” protests, and the protests and demonstrations at the NATO summit in Chicago this week, are once again highlighting the issue of citizens photographing police activities in public places. And citizens have received support from an unlikely source: the United States Department of Justice.

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12:21pm

Mon May 14, 2012
Dangerous Details Publishable?

Burriss on Media: Flu Research

Dr. Larry Burriss

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  One of the criteria both judges and reporters use in determining whether or not to publish what may be dangerous material is, is the hazard resulting from the publication real, or is it merely theoretical? Unless there is a serious, provable danger, decision-makers almost always come down on the side of publication. This is particularly true in matters of involving debate on public policy.

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9:08am

Mon May 7, 2012
Latest Film From MTSU's Bob Pondillo

BURRISS ON MEDIA; Local Film Controversy

Dr. Larry Burriss

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  Remember all those cute school assemblies and plays where the children were in adult roles? They pretended to graduate from school, drive cars, have jobs, get married, and sometimes even have children. Almost everyone talked about how cute the kids were.

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9:03am

Mon April 30, 2012
“Why didn’t I think of that?”

Burriss on Media: Instagram

Dr. Larry Burriss

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BURRISS)  --  How many of you remember the myriad of stories you heard as children about the self-made millionaire? Or the stories of Horatio Alger, or later, Tom Swift? Today these morality tales generate a lot of “ho-hums” and eye-ball rolling. But here’s one that got my attention, and prompted me to do a little more research to see what the fuss is all about. It’s a free phone app called “Instagram.”

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