“The fact-checking industry has grown enormously in recent years. Because the practice is becoming more and more well known, Lauri Rapeli and I conducted a literature review about the issue, to find out, what research has to say about the subject”- the second episode of our PSR 140-sec short podcast series by Sakari Nieminen. The author speaks about the article: Fighting Misperceptions and Doubting Journalists’ Objectivity: A Review of Fact-checking Literature by Lauri Rapeli and Sakari Nieminen.
The whole issue 3 of 2019 can be found here.
- Telling the Story of the Superhero and the Anti-Politician as President: Donald Trump’s Branding on Twitter
- An Alternative to Representation: Explaining Preferences for Citizens as Political Decision-Makers
Sergiu Gherghina and Brigitte Geissel
- The Explanatory Potential of ‘Dilemmas’: Bridging Practices and Power to Understand Political Change in Interpretive Political Science
- Sorted for Memes and Gifs: Visual Media and Everyday Digital Politics Jonathan Dean
- Populist Peril to Democracy: The Sacralization and Singularization of Competitive Election
- The Transhistorical Tension between Bureaucratic Autonomy and Political Control
David Andersen and Jørgen Møller
STATE OF ART
- Fighting Misperceptions and Doubting Journalists’ Objectivity: A Review of Fact-checking Literature
Sakari Nieminen and Lauri Rapeli
- What are Morality Policies? The Politics of Values in a Post-Secular World
Julia Mourão Permoser