Category: Digital Democracy
June 2013 roundup of research. Topics include drone journalism, surveillance, Twitter in conflict zones, crowdsourced information platforms, and remix culture.
Updated June 2013: A review of scholarly studies that examine Twitter use by politicians, policymakers and the public.
2013 study from Silicon Graphics International (SGI), the University of Illinois, and social media data vendor GNIP on geography and Twitter use.
May 2013 collection of interesting nine new studies/reports in the realms of social and news media, global technology and more.
April 2013 review of recent studies and reports that relate to news, social and civic media, including Internet surveillance and the mobile “revolution” in the developing world.
January 2013 review of recent studies and reports from disciplines such as computer science, political science, journalism research and communications.
2013 research review on the growing ability of computers to gather, analyze, link and compare large data sets, with a look at the deep implications for how the information business may evolve.
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.