Bibliografía 2018

Ahmed, K. A. (2018). In Bangladesh: Direct control of media trumps fake news. Journal of Asian Studies77(4), 909–922.

Bakir, V., & McStay, A. (2018). Fake News and The Economy of Emotions: Problems, causes, solutions. Digital Journalism6(2), 154–175.

Banerjee, A., & Haque, M. N. (2018). Is fake news real in India? Journal of Content, Community and Communication4(8), 46–49.

Barth, V., & Homberg, M. (2018). Fake News. Geschichte und Theorie falscher Nachrichten. Geschichte Und Gesellschaft44(4), 619–642.

Bennett, W. L., & Livingston, S. (2018). The disinformation order: Disruptive communication and the decline of democratic institutions. European Journal of Communication33(2), 122–139.

Bharali, B., & Goswami, A. L. (2018). Fake news: Credibility, cultivation syndrome and the new age media. Media Watch9(1), 118–130.

Carson, A., & Farhall, K. (2018). Understanding Collaborative Investigative Journalism in a “Post-Truth” Age. Journalism Studies19(13), 1899–1911.

Chadwick, A., Vaccari, C., & O’Loughlin, B. (2018). Do tabloids poison the well of social media? Explaining democratically dysfunctional news sharing. New Media and Society20(11), 4255–4274.

Chen, X. (2018). Calling Out Fake News on Social Media: A Comparison of Literature in Librarianship and Journalism. Internet Reference Services Quarterly23(1–2), 1–13.

Cheruiyot, D., & Ferrer-Conill, R. (2018). “Fact-Checking Africa”: Epistemologies, data and the expansion of journalistic discourse. Digital Journalism6(8), 964–975.

Ciampaglia, G. L., Mantzarlis, A., Maus, G., & Menczer, F. (2018). Research challenges of digital misinformation: Toward a trustworthy web. AI Magazine39(1), 65–74.

Delmazo, C., & Valente, J. C. L. (2018). Fake news nas redes sociais online: propagação e reações à desinformação em busca de cliques. Media & Jornalismo18(32), 155–169.

Duffy, A., & Tan Rui Si, J. (2018). Naming the Dog on the Internet: Student reporters’ verification tactics for non-elite newsmakers online. Digital Journalism6(7), 910–927.

Eichler, V. A., Kalsing, J., & Gruszynski, A. (2018). O ethos do jornal O Globo e a campanha contra as fake news. Media & Jornalismo18(32), 139–154.

Ershov, Y. M. (2018). The phenomenon of fake in the context of communication practices. Vestnik Tomskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, Filologiya52, 245–256.

Finneman, T., & Thomas, R. J. (2018). A family of falsehoods: Deception, media hoaxes and fake news. Newspaper Research Journal39(3), 350–361.

Frank, R. (2018). Fake news vs. “foke” news:a brief, personal, recent history. Journal of American Folklore131(522), 379–387.

Gorbach, J. (2018). Not your grandpa’s hoax: A comparative history of fake news. American Journalism35(2), 236–249.

Haigh, M., Haigh, T., & Kozak, N. I. (2018). Stopping Fake News: The work practices of peer-to-peer counter propaganda. Journalism Studies19(14), 2062–2087.

Johnson, B. G., & Kelling, K. (2018). Placing Facebook: “Trending,” “Napalm Girl,” “fake news” and journalistic boundary work. Journalism Practice12(7), 817–833.

Jukes, S. (2018). Back to the Future: How UK-based news organisations are rediscovering objectivity. Journalism Practice12(8), 1029–1038.

Kim, D., & Kang, J. M. (2018). A study on artificial intelligence algorithm for determining fake news containing facts and value orientation of news. International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology9(11), 1847–1853.

Li, X., Su, J., & Wang, L. (2018). The study of a journalism which is almost 99% fake. Languages Cultures Mediation5(2), 115–137.

Lotero-Echeverri, G., Romero-Rodríguez, L. M., & Amor Pérez-Rodríguez, M. (2018). Fact-checking vs. Fake news: Periodismo de confirmación como componente de la competencia mediática contra la desinformación. Index.Comunicación8(2), 295–316.

Massey, G., Kliestikova, J., Kovacova, M., & Dengov, V. V. (2018). The Perceived Accuracy of Fake News: Mechanisms Facilitating the Spread of Alternative Truths, the Crisis of Informational Objectivity, and the Decline of Trust in Journalistic Narratives. Geopolitics, History, and International Relations10(2), 37.

Meneses, J. (2018). Sobre a necessidade de conceptualizar o fenómeno das fake news. Observatorio (OBS*)January

Palau-Sampio, D. (2018). Fact-checking and scrutiny of power: Supervision of public discourses in new media platforms from Latin America. Communication and Society31(3), 347–365.

Panapasa, G., & Singh, S. (2018). Pacific media under siege: A review of the PINA Summit 2018. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa24(2), 135–145.

Pérez Tornero, J. M., Samy Tayie, S., Tejedor, S., & Pulido, C. (2018). How to confront fake news through news literacy? State of the art. Doxa Comunicación. Revista Interdisciplinar de Estudios de Comunicación y Ciencias Sociales26, 211–235.

Quandt, T. (2018). Dark Participation. Media and Communication6(4), 36–48.

Schapals, A. K. (2018). Fake News: Australian and British journalists’ role perceptions in an era of “alternative facts.” Journalism Practice12(8), 976–985.

Turner, G. (2018). The media and democracy in the digital era: is this what we had in mind? Media International Australia168(1), 3–14.

Ufarte-Ruiz, M. a. J., Peralta-García, L., & Murcia-Verdú, F. J. (2018). Fact checking: A new challenge in journalism. El Profesional de La Informacion27(4), 733–741.

Vargo, C. J., Guo, L., & Amazeen, M. A. (2018). The agenda-setting power of fake news: A big data analysis of the online media landscape from 2014 to 2016. New Media and Society20(5), 2028–2049.

Vergeer, M. (2018). Incorrect, fake, and false. Journalists’ perceived online source credibility and verification behavior. Observatorio12(1), 37–52.

Waisbord, S. (2018). Truth is What Happens to News: On journalism, fake news, and post-truth. Journalism Studies19(13), 1866–1878.

Yeste, E., & Franch, P. (2018). Trump vs los medios. Tratamiento de la prensa desde la cuenta de Twitter del presidente de EUA. El Profesional de La Información27(5), 975.