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Updated May 2013: A review of scholarship and resources related to campaign advertising and its effects.
April 2013 review of recent studies and reports that relate to news, social and civic media.
January 2013 review of recent studies and reports relating to news, social and civic media.
2013 study from Princeton and NYU on the nature of political revolutions and the possibility that such upheaval in many countries is a singular event, unlikely to be followed by more.
2012 review of research studies on Big Data and its implications.
2013 review of scholarly studies that examine the intersection between public opinion and rulings of the Supreme Court.
March 2013 review of the latest studies in the areas of journalism, digital media and communications, cross-posted at the Nieman Journalism Lab.
2013 study in Journalism on the converging practices of journalistic and advocacy organizations, as seen through the case of climate change-related coverage.
A literature review of studies in the past few years that shed light on issues such as online political polarization.
2013 review of studies on digital advocacy, Internet activism and citizen participation online.
2013 report from the Pew Research Center demonstrating how discussions on Twitter often do not reflect more general national sentiment.
2012-13 review of 10 new interesting studies in the realm of digital media, social media and communications. A cross-post with Nieman Journalism Lab.
February 2013 review of the latest studies in digital-oriented academic disciplines; the new studies touch on journalism, social media and communications. A cross-post with Nieman Journalism Lab.
2013 study in The Journal of Politics casting doubt on the idea that there is a universally successful strategy for political messages that attempt to rebut contrary claims.
2013 study from the University of Georgia and the Connected Action Consulting Group on political interactions on Twitter and cross-ideological communications.
Roundup of recent studies that bring a scholarly, data-driven lens to questions around the Arab Spring.
2012 metastudy in Psychological Science in the Public Interest on how misinformation originates and spreads, why it is difficult to correct, and how best to counteract it.
2012 report from American University and Loyola Marymount University analyzes why, if women perform well when they do participate in politics, they are still so severely underrepresented.
2012 working paper by University of Minnesota and the University of Kansas on the relationship between firms’ political donations and corporate performance.
2012 study by the Harvard Kennedy School on Americans’ attitudes toward national leaders.