New and exciting research from CLA researchers.
News organizations worldwide are trying to figure out how to manage the wide range of comments on their stories. Most of us have seen trolls, cyberbullies and opinionated individuals leave their negative thoughts and comments online–as early as 2016, The Guardian published a project featuring journalists…
According to Dr. Matt Carlson, the term “fake news” really blew up in 2016.
In an article published in Information, Communication & Society called “[Fake news as an informational moral panic: the symbolic deviancy of social media during the 2016 US presidential election](https://www-tandfonline-com.ezp1.lib.umn…
In the age of the internet, what does “local” mean for local news organizations? As described by Dr. Matthew S. Weber, local news outlets are covering distances and audiences far beyond their traditional reach, changing…
Research from Dr. Benjamin Toff looks at why people avoid the news and what journalists can do about it.
Clara’s research focuses on the role of media in the construction of Spanish and Catalan identities in light of the Catalan secessionist movement.
Research from UMN political scientist Mark S. Bell takes us into a new age of nuclear strategy.
Research shows many devices can be distracting, but actively using one to engage with another can boost attention and memory.
Dr. Hyejoon Rim studies how people respond to corporations’ charitable campaigns.