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Research of July 2017

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Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in July 2017 about journalism research. The list is updated a couple of times per week. The bolded titles link to JRN articles written about the studies.

PublishedTitleAuthorsJournal / publisher
2017-07-04Crowdsourcing the Verification of Fake News and Alternative Facts Ricky J. SethiHT '17 Proceedings of the 28th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media
2017-07-04Demographics of News Sharing in the U.S. TwittersphereJulio C.S. Reis, Haewoon Kwak, Jisun An, Johnnatan Messias, Fabrício BenevenutoHT '17 Proceedings of the 28th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media
Pages 195-204
2017-07-03Predicting Viral News Events in Online MediaXiaoyan Lu, Boleslaw SzymanskiParallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops (IPDPSW), 2017 IEEE International
2017-07-04Subsidizing the News?
Organizational press releases’ influence on news media’s agenda and content
Jelle BoumansJournalism Studies
2017-07-05The Emotional Toll on Journalists Covering the Refugee CrisisAnthony Feinstein, Hannah StormReport: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
2017-07-05Global Intermedia Agenda Setting: A Big Data Analysis of International News FlowLei Guo, Chris J. VargoJournal of Communication
2017-07-04The politics of containment: Immigration coverage in UK General Election news coverage (1992–2015)David Deacon, David SmithJournalism
2017-07-04Reassessing Twitter’s Agenda-Building Power
An Analysis of Intermedia Agenda-Setting Effects During the 2016 Presidential Primary Season
Bethany A. Conway-Silva, Christine R. Filer, Kate Kenski, Eric TsetsiSocial Science Computer Review
2017-07-04Media and Communication: Multidisciplinary Studies in Media and CommunicationNew issue of Media and Communication
2017-07-05Computational Campaign CoverageAndreas GraefeReport: Tow Center for Digital Journalism
Rescue or report? The ethical and editorial dilemmas of crisis journalismPetra OlssonLondon School of Economics and Political Science
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