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New reports highlight journalists’ ethical challenges in the digital age and need for enhanced dialogue with media councils

The Digilab research group released a report looking at journalists’ perceptions of self-regulation bodies, ethical standards and challenges they face in the digital age. The findings show that more dialogue and awareness is needed to apprehend ethics in today’s journalism. Digilab collected data on the perception of media councils by working …

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Noves publicacions sobre polarització política, mitjans i xarxes socials

Els professors Pere Masip, Jaume Suau i Carles Ruiz han publicat l’article “Incidental Exposure to Non-Like-Minded News through Social Media: Opposing Voices in Echo-Chambers’ News Feeds” en la revista Media and Communication. L’article presenta dades d’una enquesta realitzada en col.laboració amb 18 diaris online, gràcies a la col.laboració dels quals es va obtenir més …

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The European Commission publishes a Rule of Law Report based on the Media Pluralism Monitor carried out by Digilab Research Group

The Media Pluralism Monitor 2020 (MPM2020) is a scientific and holistic effort to document the health of media ecosystems, detailing threats to media pluralism and freedom in European Union member states and some candidate countries. Two months after the publication of the Media Pluralism Monitor 2020 report, in which Digilab …

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Resultados de la investigación sobre influencers y aduciencias millennial y centenial coordinada por el Digilab

La Facultad de Comunicación y Relaciones Internacionales Blanquerna presenta los principales resultados de la investigación “Construcción de las identidades de género, valores y estereotipos juveniles en los social media: l@s influencers y las audiencias Millennial y Centennial” en formato de video en YouTube, dirigido sobre todo a la juventud. Gracias …

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“Media and Twitter Agendas for Social Mobilizations: The Case of the Protests in Defense of the Public Healthcare System in Spain”

New article “Media and Twitter Agendas for Social Mobilizations: The Case of the Protests in Defense of the Public Healthcare System in Spain” by professors Pere Masip, Carles Ruiz, David Puertas, and Jaume Suau has been published in the International Journal of Communication. The researches explore how a social movement, through offline and online mobilization, force …

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