2014 from Harvard’s Shorenstein Center synthesizing a wider variety of industry data, surveys and academic literature in order to look at fundamental shifts in the media ecosystem.
2014 study in the journal Environment and Behavior showing how the mere presence of mobile devices can influence the quality of human interactions.
August-September 2014 review of recent academic studies, covering topics ranging from citizen journalism and transparency to Wikipedia and social media.
July 2014 review of recent studies relating to online comment threads, media fact-checking on Twitter, social media content flagging and more.
May 2014 review of the latest papers and studies on topics ranging from crowdsourcing innovations to media ethical dilemmas over the use of Web analytics.
April 2014 review of recent studies on a range of digital media topics, from information diffusion on Facebook to news business models.
What if gatekeepers of the broadband pipes could provide preferential treatment to customers? A 2013 research roundup sheds light on the net-neutrality policy and legal debates.
March 2014 of recent papers and reports that analyze various social and news media dynamics.
2014 study by New York University published in Journal of Politics on the relationship between popular protests, media freedom and coups.
2014 research brief on how government can better engage citizens through the use of social media, by Steven Michael Polunsky, Texas A&M University and the Scholars Strategy Network.