research roundups and tip sheets about how journalists do their jobs
The executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists warns that a press crackdown during the coronavirus pandemic could lead to long-term curbs on the global information system.
Infectious disease epidemiologist Helen Jenkins explains why it's irresponsible and inaccurate to uses terms such as 'patient zero' and 'party zero' in coronavirus news coverage.
Journalists need to know these six things to cover coronavirus-related preprints, research papers that haven't been peer reviewed by experts.
Former Bureau of Labor Statistics Commissioner Erica Groshen with 5 things to know about the unemployment numbers coming April 3.
MIT professor David Rand helps social media users get a grip on the vast ecosystem of coronavirus misinformation — and offers advice for how journalists can avoid being part of the problem.
We spotlight seven research studies published in 2019 that examine fake news from multiple angles, including what makes fact-checking most effective.
As we wind down 2019, Journalist's Resource is counting down our 10 most-read research roundups and articles of the year.
How has agenda-setting influenced public perceptions of tobacco control and, more recently, vaping?
New research forthcoming in Political Analysis finds U.S. legislators have been literally crossing the aisle less and less since the 1990s.
Shorenstein Center fellow Jane Perlez and reporter Clark Merrefield discuss the Hong Kong protests, trade war perceptions, reporting challenges and what she misses most about being New York Times Beijing Bureau Chief.