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Title Journalism and truth in an age of social media [electronic resource] / [edited by] James E. Katz and Kate K. Mays.
Publication Info New York : Oxford University Press, 2019.



Descript xix, 283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction / James E. Katz and Kate K. Mays -- Belgium invades Germany : can facts survive politics? / Michael Schudson -- Spotlight : Pierre Bourdieu and the journalistic field / David L. Swartz -- From information availability to factual accountability : reconsidering how truth matters for politicians, publics, and the news media / Lucas Graves and Chris Wells -- Fake news : a new obsession with an old phenomenon? / Nicole Krause, Christopher D. Wirz, Dietram A. Scheufele, Michael Xenos -- Spotlight : sophisticated modernism & truth / Edward Schiappa -- "The true" in journalism / Juliet Floyd -- Truth in journalism / Zeynep Soysal -- Canards, fausses nouvelles, paranoid style : classic authors for an emerging phenomenon / Peppino Ortoleva -- Scoop : the challenge of foreign correspondence / John Maxwell Hamilton and Heidi Tworek -- Searching for truth in fragmented spaces : chat apps and verification in news production / Colin Agur and Valerie Belair-Gagnon -- The use and verification of online sources in the news production process / Sophie Lecheler, Sanne Kruikemeier, Yael de Haan -- Technological affordances can promote misinformation : what journalists should watch out for when relying on online tools and social media / Maria D. Molina and S. Shyam Sundar -- Fake news finds an audience / Erik P. Bucy and John E. Newhagen -- Truth at large : when social media investigations get it wrong / Edson C. Tandoc Jr. -- Emotional characteristics of social media and political misperceptions / Brian E. Weeks and R. Kelly Garrett -- Conclusion / Kate K. Mays and James E. Katz.
Note .
ISBN 9780190900250 (hardback)
9780190900267 (pbk.)
9780190900274 (updf)
9780190900281 (epub)
9780190900298 (online)
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Subject Social media and journalism.
Journalism -- Objectivity
Journalistic ethics.
Fake news.
Truth.
Social media -- Political aspects.
Alt author Katz, James Everett.
Mays, Kate K.
Descript xix, 283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction / James E. Katz and Kate K. Mays -- Belgium invades Germany : can facts survive politics? / Michael Schudson -- Spotlight : Pierre Bourdieu and the journalistic field / David L. Swartz -- From information availability to factual accountability : reconsidering how truth matters for politicians, publics, and the news media / Lucas Graves and Chris Wells -- Fake news : a new obsession with an old phenomenon? / Nicole Krause, Christopher D. Wirz, Dietram A. Scheufele, Michael Xenos -- Spotlight : sophisticated modernism & truth / Edward Schiappa -- "The true" in journalism / Juliet Floyd -- Truth in journalism / Zeynep Soysal -- Canards, fausses nouvelles, paranoid style : classic authors for an emerging phenomenon / Peppino Ortoleva -- Scoop : the challenge of foreign correspondence / John Maxwell Hamilton and Heidi Tworek -- Searching for truth in fragmented spaces : chat apps and verification in news production / Colin Agur and Valerie Belair-Gagnon -- The use and verification of online sources in the news production process / Sophie Lecheler, Sanne Kruikemeier, Yael de Haan -- Technological affordances can promote misinformation : what journalists should watch out for when relying on online tools and social media / Maria D. Molina and S. Shyam Sundar -- Fake news finds an audience / Erik P. Bucy and John E. Newhagen -- Truth at large : when social media investigations get it wrong / Edson C. Tandoc Jr. -- Emotional characteristics of social media and political misperceptions / Brian E. Weeks and R. Kelly Garrett -- Conclusion / Kate K. Mays and James E. Katz.
Note .
ISBN 9780190900250 (hardback)
9780190900267 (pbk.)
9780190900274 (updf)
9780190900281 (epub)
9780190900298 (online)
Subject Social media and journalism.
Journalism -- Objectivity
Journalistic ethics.
Fake news.
Truth.
Social media -- Political aspects.
Alt author Katz, James Everett.
Mays, Kate K.

Subject Social media and journalism.
Journalism -- Objectivity
Journalistic ethics.
Fake news.
Truth.
Social media -- Political aspects.
Descript xix, 283 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction / James E. Katz and Kate K. Mays -- Belgium invades Germany : can facts survive politics? / Michael Schudson -- Spotlight : Pierre Bourdieu and the journalistic field / David L. Swartz -- From information availability to factual accountability : reconsidering how truth matters for politicians, publics, and the news media / Lucas Graves and Chris Wells -- Fake news : a new obsession with an old phenomenon? / Nicole Krause, Christopher D. Wirz, Dietram A. Scheufele, Michael Xenos -- Spotlight : sophisticated modernism & truth / Edward Schiappa -- "The true" in journalism / Juliet Floyd -- Truth in journalism / Zeynep Soysal -- Canards, fausses nouvelles, paranoid style : classic authors for an emerging phenomenon / Peppino Ortoleva -- Scoop : the challenge of foreign correspondence / John Maxwell Hamilton and Heidi Tworek -- Searching for truth in fragmented spaces : chat apps and verification in news production / Colin Agur and Valerie Belair-Gagnon -- The use and verification of online sources in the news production process / Sophie Lecheler, Sanne Kruikemeier, Yael de Haan -- Technological affordances can promote misinformation : what journalists should watch out for when relying on online tools and social media / Maria D. Molina and S. Shyam Sundar -- Fake news finds an audience / Erik P. Bucy and John E. Newhagen -- Truth at large : when social media investigations get it wrong / Edson C. Tandoc Jr. -- Emotional characteristics of social media and political misperceptions / Brian E. Weeks and R. Kelly Garrett -- Conclusion / Kate K. Mays and James E. Katz.
Note .
Alt author Katz, James Everett.
Mays, Kate K.
ISBN 9780190900250 (hardback)
9780190900267 (pbk.)
9780190900274 (updf)
9780190900281 (epub)
9780190900298 (online)

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