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European Commission, Institute For Strategic Dialogue, Luxembourg (Hrsg.): The rise of antisemitism online during the pandemic. A study of French and German content. [2021]
Hoelig, Sascha: Hasebrink, Uwe: Behre, Julia: Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2021. Ergebnisse für Deutschland [2021]
Martinez-Sala, Alba-Maria: Barrientos-Baez, Almudena: Caldevilla-Dominguez, David: Television fandom. Study of its impact on the Netflix's social media communication strategy. [2021]
FutureLearn (Hrsg.): The future of learning report 2021. [2021]
Miller, Toby: Aladro-Vico, Eva: Requeijo-Rey, Paula: The hero and the shadow: Myths in digital social movements. [2021]
Diaz-Perez, Silvia: Soler-i-Marti, Roger: Ferrer-Fons, Mariona: From the global myth to local mobilization: Creation and resonance of Greta Thunberg's frame. [2021]
Tsao, Shu-Feng: Chen, Helen: Tisseverasinghe, Therese: Yang, Yang: Li, Lianghua: u.a.: What social media told us in the time of COVID-19: a scoping review. [2021]
Lee, Jooyoung: Rajtmajer, Sarah: Srivatsavaya, Eesha: Wilson, Shomir: Digital inequality through the lens of self-disclosure. [2021]
Appel, Markus: Marker, Caroline: Gnambs, Timo: Are social media ruining our lives? A review of meta-analytic evidence. [2020]
Jacobs, Kristof: Sandberg, Linn: Spierings, Niels: Twitter and Facebook: Populists' double-barreled gun? [2020]
Boulianne, Shelley: Koc-Michalska, Karolina: Bimber, Bruce: Right-wing populism, social media and echo chambers in Western democracies. [2020]
Pulido, Cristina M.: Villarejo-Carballido, Beatriz: Redondo-Sama, Gisela: Gomez, Aitor: COVID-19 infodemic: More retweets for science-based information on coronavirus than for false information. [2020]
Jimenez-Sotomayor, Maria Renee: Gomez-Moreno, Carolina: Soto-Perez-de-Celis, Enrique: Coronavirus, ageism, and Twitter: An evaluation of tweets about older adults and COVID-19. [2020]
Rummo, Pasquale E.: Cassidy, Omni: Wells, Ingrid: Coffino, Jaime A.: Bragg, Marie A.: Examining the relationship between youth-targeted food-marketing expenditures and the demographics of social media followers. [2020]
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