Media, fake news, trust and perceptions of media

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Fake news, misinformation, fact checking, trust in
and dogmas about media.

Media, fake news, trust and perceptions of media
Chair:
Asta
Zelenkauskaite
303
Verification of Fake News under Extreme Political Polarization: A Case of the 2019 Thai General Election
Wisarut
Wongnom
Department of Journalism, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University
Pirongrong
Ramasoota, Ph.D
Department of Journalism, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University
545
Power, Trust, and Crisis: Multidimensionality of Finnish Youth’s Experiences of News
MINNA
HOROWITZ
University of Helsinki
Janne
Matikainen
University of Helsinki
660
From Managing News to Avoid News: The Change of News Consumption Patterns due to Fatigue among Young News Audiences in Social Media
Xue
Zhang
School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University of China
Gao
Linxuan
School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University of China
1490
Awareness of fact-checkers and debunking disinformation initiatives: audience experiences and (mis)understandings
Ester
Almenar
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations. Ramon Llull University
David
Puertas Graell
llull
Pere
Masip
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations. Ramon Llull University
1794
Disrupting Dogmas about Digital Communication: Audiences, Digital Communication and Social Change in Kenya, 2010-2020
Thomas
Tufte
Loughborough University
Teke
Ngomba
Århus University
Norbert
Wildermuth
Roskilde University
148
Seeing and ‘Here-ing’: Use and Interpretation of Banal Diegetic Nationalism
Melissa
Beattie
Independent Scholar
1514
Common Interests Served as Social Capital for Building Trust: An Online Ethnographic Observations on Fan Groups
Lingyu
Chen
School of Journalism&Communication, Tsinghua University, Beijing
1084
The impact of societal heterogeneity on media trust judgments
Roland
Holzinger
Fachbereich Kommunikationswissenschaft Universität Salzburg