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Articles tagged academic research (42)

“The disconnect many young people feel may come from a lack of representation, which we show violates a fundamental aspect of how audiences — teens and adults — define what is news.”
“By providing a service that answers questions posed by audience members, audiences are more likely to reciprocate through subscriptions.”
“It is elevating investigative reporting to a level where we are able to access … jewels lying on the beach in the research of the academic world.”
Access to Twitter’s API has been mostly free to researchers for more than a decade. So how does $210,000 a month sound?
Plus: The role of class in news avoidance, how local party leaders use partisan media, and what native advertising studios say to sell their work.
A new study finds that NewsGuard’s credibility ratings for news sites helped steer the most frequent consumers of misinformation towards more reliable outlets.
A body of research shows that stronger, not weaker, moderation of the information ecosystem is what’s needed to combat harmful misinformation.
Male journalists face less harassment — and different types of it — but seem to see it as part of a job well done.
“What was so shocking to me is that all the acquisitions led to staffing changes almost immediately and an almost immediate drop in content.”
“In the 24-hour news cycle, a glut of crisis narratives keeps us on edge. How can we avoid cognitive burnout while getting the news we need?”