Jay Pope, director of the psychology program, explores the ethnic identity and religious orientation of second-, third- and fourth-generation survivors of the Armenian genocide. Nearly 100 years after it began, the effects may still be observed in the Armenian community.
Cell phones - they call, we answer. It's like living with a cat. Annoying and indispensable, do they say something about us beyond what each of us think is the best ringtone we can buy commercially to most capture our unique personality? Jay Pope thinks so, and shares it with the rest of us this week in Scholars Speak. Pope is a professor of psychology at Fresno Pacific University; a user of cell phones and an observer of the culture they define and encourage.