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POLITICA

16 giugno 2022

How Elites Misread Public Opinion

Political scientists are using experiments to get inside the heads of political power-players — and their findings have major implications for the future of American democracy

Politico

Ian Ward

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SCIENTIFICA

16 giugno 2022

Scelte linguistiche

Come parlare di cambiamento climatico senza dire cambiamento climatico

Linkiesta

Chiara Beretta

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CORPORATE

13 giugno 2022

There are 2 ways the media covers mass shootings. Here's why the difference matters

npr

SACHA PFEIFFER, JONAKI MEHTA and PATRICK JARENWATTANANON

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POLITICA

16 giugno 2022

Russians Breached This City, Not With Troops, but Propaganda

As they batter towns and cities in Ukraine with artillery, the Russians are also bombarding them with messaging aimed at eroding Ukrainians’ trust in their military and their government

The New York Times

Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Natalia Yermak

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CORPORATE

15 giugno 2022

Where there’s one fabricated story, there are almost always more

USA Today announced Thursday that it took down 23 stories in which a breaking news writer fabricated sources or other information

Poynter.

Kelly McBride

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POLITICA

12 giugno 2022

“Like a slow-motion coup”: Brazil is on the brink of a disinformation disaster

NiemenLab

JULIA ANGWIN

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POLITICA

16 giugno 2022

Washington Post’s New Leader, One Year In: Mean Tweets, Internal Battles, Finding Direction

Executive Editor Sally Buzbee took over the famed D.C. publication amid a backdrop of staffing challenges and directing coverage in a post-Trump world

Politico

Max Tani

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CORPORATE

13 giugno 2022

Journalist conviction in Zimbabwe a ‘travesty of justice’, say campaigners

Media freedom groups say New York Times reporter’s verdict reflects press clampdown as election looms

The Guardian

Jason Burke