Plus: How media memory of the civil rights movement undermines Black activism, what audiences define as quality news, and more.
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Also: What audiences expect of journalists covering right-wing extremism, how people follow and avoid fear-inducing news, and a peek behind the paywall…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: The rural-urban divide in news and politics, when journalists see themselves as villains, the effect of errors on media trust, and more.
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: How do newsrooms 'pressured from the top' cover their corporate bosses? And studies of the 'Serial Effect' in podcasting and Facebook's role as a…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: Journalistic norms vs. right-wing populism, what journalists think about deleting their tweets, and the unfulfilled promise of augmented reality …
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: How news organizations use TikTok, challenges in covering white nationalism, newsbot-audience communication, and the organizational behavior of R…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: Life in a news desert, how journalists forge a digital self on social media, and online harassment of journalists as 'mob censorship'
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: 'Cultural competence' through diverse sourcing; limitations in how journalists represent public opinion; and lessons from studying 7,000 news pus…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: Revisiting the protest paradigm, balancing the global and local in epidemic news, and why we don't learn from news on social media
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus, how journalists use Slack to promote transparency, what early adolescents think about news, and how social corrections of misinformation occur on…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: how online and offline journalists are more alike than different; the unrealized promise of immersive journalism; and what influences how journal…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus, evidence for a genetic inclination toward news, journalists' role in normalizing the term "fake news," and how Trump strategically used Twitter t…
Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis