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The Landscape of Art-Science Collaboration Program...

March 21, 2024

The Center for Media Engagement compiled a comprehensive database of more than 130 active art-science programs and conducted interviews with the key players driving these projects....
The Landscape of Art-Science Collaboration Programs

Scientists as Superheroes?

February 22, 2024

How can scientists ethically and effectively communicate urgent information?...
Scientists as Superheroes?

Fact-Checking Approaches in Broadcast News

December 13, 2023

The Center for Media Engagement set out to test two approaches in broadcast news: a more traditional just-the-facts style that lays out the corrections and a more empathetic style that walks viewers through the discovery of why the misperception is wrong....
Fact-Checking Approaches in Broadcast News

The Role of Social Media in Iraq’s Tishreen ...

December 7, 2023

This report explores how Iraqis in the diaspora leveraged social media during the Tishreen movement to mobilize both online and offline activism. It also investigates how propaganda and false information shaped this activism....
The Role of Social Media in Iraq’s Tishreen Movement: Digital Activism, Misinformation, and Propaganda

Migration Narratives in Chicago Media

September 20, 2023

An examination of how Chicago news outlets covered migration reveals questions news organizations might want to consider when examining their migration coverage....
Migration Narratives in Chicago Media

The News Philadelphians Use: Analyzing the Local M...

February 27, 2023

Understanding the needs of local news audiences is essential for a healthy media ecosystem. And before newsrooms can take steps toward meeting these needs, it’s crucial that they understand how people interact with local news, what issues they find important, and what communities feel underrepresented....
The News Philadelphians Use: Analyzing the Local Media Landscape

Understanding Election Fraud Beliefs: Interviews ...

June 9, 2022

The Center for Media Engagement interviewed 56 people who believed that Donald Trump most likely won the 2020 presidential election to talk about their political outlooks, how they constructed their picture of what happened in the election, and what sources they trusted to tell them the truth....
Understanding Election Fraud Beliefs: Interviews with People Who Think Trump Likely Won the 2020 Election

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