research roundups and tip sheets about how journalists do their jobs
2014 research on how lessons from past conflicts can help us better understand current events, by Ashley M. Howard, Loyola University New Orleans and the Scholars Strategy Network.
November 2014 review of recent studies relevant to digital, social and news media, with a focus on advertising and online journalistic practices.
2014 research brief on the rise of inflammatory political speech, by Jeffrey M. Berry and Sarah Sobieraj of Tufts University and the Scholars Strategy Network.
Thomas Patterson of Harvard's Shorenstein Center explores why misinformation is on the rise and what can be done about it. Part of the foundation series of essays for the launch of the U.S. edition of The Conversation website.
2014 paper from Harvard's Shorenstein Center synthesizing a wide variety of industry data, surveys and academic literature to look at fundamental shifts in the media ecosystem.
Fall 2014 highlights from talks by journalists and media thinkers, including Charles M. Blow, Miriam Elder, Hendrik Hertzberg, Robin Sproul, Amy Walter and Charles Lewis.
2014 study from Pennsylvania State University published in
PLoS One that uses computer-science techniques to estimate the total amount of research knowledge available on the Web.
August-September 2014 review of recent academic studies, covering topics ranging from citizen journalism and transparency to Wikipedia and social media.
2014 conversation with a leading practitioner of data journalism. Cohen is editor of computer-assisted reporting at the
New York Times and board president of Investigative Reporters & Editors.
2014 study in
Public Opinion Quarterly that suggests that political polarization cannot be explained by media diversity and the fragmenting of audiences.