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.
February 2014 review of latest scholarship on topics such as Twitter networks, geolocation and privacy, and paying for news online.
2014 study in The International Journal of Press/Politics on how smaller NGOs tend to struggle to communicate on the Internet.
January 2014 review of latest studies in journalism, communications, computer science and global technology.
2013 year-in-review list of a dozen top studies and reports in the area of digital, social and news media-related scholarship.
November 2013 review of scholarly articles that look at a variety of digital topics, from gender and reporting on Twitter to the Internet and American political campaigns.
October 2013 review of six studies and reports that speak to issues such as Web analytics and news, social media data and balancing financial concerns with editorial standards.