Misinformation

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

Misinformation
Chair:
wilson
ugangu
Multimedia University of Kenya
1469
MASS DECEIVER OR DEMOCRATIZING AGENT? SOCIAL MEDIA’S ROLE IN KENYA’S BBI CAMPAIGNS AND THE 2022 SUCCESSION POLITICS
Isaac
Mutunga
Multimedia University of Kenya
wilson
ugangu
Multimedia University of Kenya
1340
Depolarization in the Rise of Far-Right Platforms? A Moderated Mediation Model on Political Identity, Misinformation Belief and Voting Behavior in the 2020 US Presidential Election
Zhicong
Chen
City University of Hong Kong
Xiang
Meng
City University of Hong Kong
Wenting
Yu
City University of Hong Kong
1584
Social media as polarizing force or neutral mediators: a methodology for the exploration of social media and misinformation effects on public opinion support
Martin
Moland
University of Oslo
Asimina
Michailidou
University of Oslo
820
Beware of populist tendencies in news reports and online public opinion——Evaluating media sensationalism and online public opinion carnival in the Bao Yuming incident
Yihan
Su
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
Chen
Guo
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
MARIANNE GAELLE
DESPRES
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
Tiance
Dong
School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University
370
What is Behind Rumours? A Grounded-Theory Analysis on 421 Rumours
lv
yuxiang
School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University
GEGE
FANG
School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University
Jingwen
WANG
School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University
Xiaoshu
DONG
School of Humanity and Law, Wuhan Technology and Business University