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Junk News During the EU Parliamentary Elections: Lessons from a Seven-Language Study of Twitter and Facebook - Academic Sources

The study highlights that the influence of junk news is far less prominent on Twitter (4% of total sources), while the engagement of junk news is higher on Facebook, but the recipients of professional news outnumbered the former

Automated Serendipity - Academic Sources

According to an article published on “Digital Journalism”, people that use search engines for online news use more diverse and more balanced sources.

Neutrollization: Industrialized trolling as a pro-Kremlin strategy of desecuritization - Academic Sources

This research paper, published on the Security Dialogue journal, identifies and discusses the practice of "neutrollization", a trolling practice aimed at neutralising civil society attempts to cast the Kremlin regime as a societal security threat

Populism in online election coverage - Academic Sources

How populist messages by media actors, political actors, and readers are distributed via online news articles, and reader comments during election campaigns in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and France

Paying for Online News. A comparative analysis of six countries - Academic Sources

What are the factors influencing the people's willingness to pay for online news content? Data indicate that other kinds of news consumption matter in this respect

News media repertoires and strategic narrative reception: A paradox of dis/belief in authoritarian Russia - Academic Sources

In an article published on New Media & Society, Joanna Szostek examined the news media repertoires of a group of Russian university students, finding that, while they do not trust state media, they nonetheless internalised their strategic narrative

Filter Bubbles, Echo Chambers, and Online News Consumption - Academic Sources

This article provides an empirical starting point for understanding how novel means of news consumption, in particular social media and search engines, affect ideological polarization of readers