Jon Roozenbeek
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and disinformation.
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What do we absolutely need to know about the June 8 UK elections?

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Olga Zeveleva
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 8 июня 2017
The United Kingdom's general elections are in full swing. In this brief explainer I'll go into some detail about what's going on today, who's running, what's at stake, who's winning, and when we can expect the results. Why are the Brits voting again? Didn't they already have an... Читать далее
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Looking back on the last 25 years, has Amnesty's work on protecting human rights become easier or more difficult after the fall of the Soviet Union?

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Jon Roozenbeek

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How can I keep abreast of the news without succumbing to the demoralising effects it has on my mood?

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Chris Draper
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 21 марта 2017
Just as a heads up: I don't have a good working theory here, all I can tell you is what I do myself. As a former journalist and current PhD-candidate in media studies, keeping up with the news is part of my daily routine. I spend the first half hour to an hour of every morning reading... Читать далее
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How successful has Open Journalism been in achieving its democratic goals?

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Steve Turnbull
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 1 марта 2017
Open Journalism is a way of bringing information to audiences that tries to transcend the traditional method of collecting information and reporting it as a finished product. Instead, Open Journalism tries to involve audiences themselves as much as possible. The concept has been around... Читать далее
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Are people becoming more likely to associate with like-minded friends in real life as well as in an online echo chamber?

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Olga Zeveleva
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 7 января 2017
First things first: the idea that social media users are prone to becoming part of an echo chamber seems to be correct. A study by Walter Quattrociocchi, Antonio Scala and Cass Sunstein from June of 2016 confirms the existence of self-reinforcing online political bubbles. In their... Читать далее
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What is the difference between a migrant and a refugee?

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Jon Roozenbeek
Докторант факультета социологии Кембриджского университета. Изучаю миграцию и медиа...  · t.me/thequestion  · 4 января 2017
A migrant is any person who goes from one place to another, often seeking work, education, family reunification, etc. A refugee is someone who is forced to migrate. “Forced migration” is a type of migration in which people are coerced into moving. Coercion can include threats to life... Читать далее
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Do we need an independent body to prevent the media and politicians lying to the public on matters of fact/evidence?

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Steve Turnbull
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 19 декабря 2016
To answer this question properly, we need to look at each of its components individually. Therefore, I'll first look at lies by media outlets and politicians separately; the motivations and ethical considerations behind telling a lie, and the consequences for telling it, are quite... Читать далее
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Why has the ‘mainstream media’ become such a toxic concept?

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Тоня Самсонова
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 30 октября 2016
To answer this question, we must first establish whether or not people's trust in the media is actually in decline. Luckily, this is quite easy to do, since polling agencies in many countries keep track of public trust in assorted governmental and non-governmental institutions. What we... Читать далее
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Do we believe what the media tell us?

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Тоня Самсонова
University of Cambridge researcher focusing on public debate, social media, and...  · 26 октября 2016
The question of how media influence public opinion began being asked in earnest after World War II, when researchers first tried to model the ways information reaches a mass audience. Since then, a whole gaggle of theoretical frameworks has sprung up, with their roots in such diverse... Читать далее
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