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Ofcom - Office of Communications, London (Hrsg.): News consumption in the UK: 2022. Oberview of research findings. [2022]
Hoelig, Sascha: Behre, Julia: Schulz, Wolfgang: Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2022. Ergebnisse für Deutschland. [2022]
Kleemans, Mariska: Janssen, Lisa T.: Anschuetz, Doeschka J.: Buijzen, Moniek: The influence of sources in violent news on fright and worry responses of children in the Netherlands. [2022]
Poynter Institute for Media Studies, St. Petersburg, Fla. (Hrsg.): MediaWise, Den Haag (Hrsg.): YouGov, London (Hrsg.): A global study on information literacy. Understanding generational behaviors and concerns around false and misleading information online. [2022]
Strasser, Michelle A.: Sumner, Philip J.: Meyer, Denny: COVID-19 news consumption and distress in young people: A systematic review. [2022]
Parsons Leigh, Jeanna: Halperin, Donna: Mizen, Sara J.: FitzGerald, Emily A.: Moss, Stephana, Julia: u.a.: Exploring the impact of media and information on self-reported intentions to vaccinate against COVID-19: A qualitative inteview-based study. [2022]
Chiu, Ming Ming: Oh, Yu Won: How fake news differs from personal lies. [2021]
Sandhagen, Petra: Medien vertrauen. Aber welchen? [2021]
Rideout, Victoria: Fox, Susannah: Peebles, Alanna: Robb, Michael B.: Coping with COVID-19: How young people use digital media to manage their mental health. [2021]
First, Jennifer M.: Shin, Haejung: Ranjit, Yerina S.: Houston, J. Brian: COVID-19 stress and depression: Examining social media, traditional media, and interpersonal communication. [2021]
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