Fingerprint The Fingerprint is defined by mining the titles and abstracts of research outputs and projects/funding awards associated with people in the research unit. The process creates an index of weighted terms from discipline-specific thesauri.

Social Sciences

rhetoric
communication
television
news
human being
helper
discourse
language
gender
communication pattern
socialization
cultural studies
campaign
evaluation
materialism
conversation
citizen
militarism
listener
music
politics
president
criticism
adolescent
science
parents
interaction
feminism
wife
democracy
event
equity
citizenship
communication skills
interpretation
dialogue
senate
genre
labor
governmentality
vocabulary
propaganda
Group
candidacy
rationality
coverage
religious behavior
conformity
media culture
disaster
tactics
history
emotion
cultural policy
television series
social actor
republicanism
soccer
masculinity
art
Christianity
regulation
military-industrial complex
literacy
drama
infotainment
politeness
contact
empathy
mediation
constitution
teacher
violence
content analysis
women's liberation
women's university
language acquisition
parasocial interaction
neoliberalism
international communication
community
solitude
magazine
public policy
Palestinian-Israeli conflict
menstruation
non-verbal communication
participation
intermarriage
governance
student
intimacy
myth
NAFTA
Military
hip hop
military
classroom
protest
group interaction

Engineering & Materials Science

Communication
Television
Drawing (graphics)
Fusion reactions
Decision making
Brewing
Arsenals
Profitability
Modems
Audition
Patents and inventions
Law enforcement
Conveying
Electric fuses
Taxonomies
Error correction
Information retrieval
Markov processes
Radio stations
Gages
Medicine
Decoding
Masks
Sales
Repair
Experiments
Semantics
Health
Personnel

Arts & Humanities

Rhetoric
Communication
Family Communication
Person