Bibliografía 2020

Abu Arqoub, O., Elega, A. A., Efe Özad, B., Dwikat, H., & Oloyede, F. A. (2020). Mapping the Scholarship of Fake News Research: A Systematic Review. Journalism Practice0(0), 1–31.

Asak, M. O., & Molale, T. B. (2020). Deconstructing De-legitimization of Mainstream Media as Sources of Authentic News in the Post-Truth Era. Communicatio0167

Bailla, H., & Yachoulti, M. (2020). Citizen journalism in Morocco: the case of fact-checkers. The Journal of North African Studies, 1–32.

Ball, B. (2020). Defeating Fake News; On Journalism, Knowledge, and Democracy. Moral Philosophy and Politics

Bengtsson, S., & Johansson, S. (2020). A phenomenology of news: Understanding news in digital culture. Journalism, 146488491990119.

Benham, J. (2020). Best Practices for Journalistic Balance: Gatekeeping, Imbalance and the Fake News Era. Journalism Practice14(7), 791–811.

Bratu, S. (2020). The fake news sociology of covid-19 pandemic fear: Dangerously inaccurate beliefs, emotional contagion, and conspiracy ideation. Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations19, 128–134.

Carlson, M. (2020). Fake news as an informational moral panic: the symbolic deviancy of social media during the 2016 US presidential election. Information Communication and Society23(3), 374–388.

Casero-Ripollés, A. (2020). Impact of covid-19 on the media system. Communicative and democratic consequences of news consumption during the outbreak. El Profesional de La Informacion29(2), 1–11.

Cheng, Y., & Chen, Z. F. (2020). The Influence of Presumed Fake News Influence: Examining Public Support for Corporate Corrective Response, Media Literacy Interventions, and Governmental Regulation. Mass Communication and Society23(5), 705–729.

Cunliffe-Jones, P. (2020). From Church and Mosque to WhatsApp—Africa Check’s Holistic Approach to Countering ‘Fake News.’ Political Quarterly91(3), 596–599.

De Oliveira, N. R., Medeiros, D. S. V., & Mattos, D. M. F. (2020). A Sensitive Stylistic Approach to Identify Fake News on Social Networking. IEEE Signal Processing Letters27, 1250–1254.

De Rezende Damasceno, D., & Patrício, E. (2020). Journalism and fact-checking: Typification of sources used for checking and criteria for selecting fact-checked material – An analysis by Agência Lupa and Aos Fatos. Brazilian Journalism Research16(2), 368–393.

Egelhofer, J. L., Aaldering, L., Eberl, J. M., Galyga, S., & Lecheler, S. (2020). From Novelty to Normalization? How Journalists Use the Term “Fake News” in their Reporting. Journalism Studies21(10), 1323–1343.

Ekström, M., Lewis, S. C., & Westlund, O. (2020). Epistemologies of digital journalism and the study of misinformation. New Media and Society22(2), 205–212.

Faragó, L., Kende, A., & Krekó, P. (2020). We only Believe in News That We Doctored Ourselves: The Connection between Partisanship and Political Fake News. Social Psychology51(2), 77–90.

Farkas, J., & Neumayer, C. (2020). Mimicking News. Nordicom Review41(1), 1–17.

Fisher, C., Flew, T., Park, S., Lee, J. Y., & Dulleck, U. (2020). Improving Trust in News: Audience Solutions. Journalism Practice, 1–19.

Fletcher, R., Schifferes, S., & Thurman, N. (2020). Building the ‘Truthmeter’: Training algorithms to help journalists assess the credibility of social media sources. Convergence26(1), 19–34.

Flores-Vivar, J. M. (2020). Datos masivos, algoritmización y nuevos medios frente a desinformación y fake news. Bots para minimizar el impacto en las organizaciones. Comunicación y Hombre16, 101–114.

Gómez-García, S., & Carrillo-Vera, J.-A. (2020). El discurso de los newsgames frente a las noticias falsas y la desinformación: cultura mediática y alfabetización digital. Prisma Social30, 22–46.

Herrero-Diz, P., Pérez-Escolar, M., & Plaza Sánchez, J. F. (2020). Gender disinformation: Analysing hoaxes on Maldito Feminismo. Icono1418(2), 188–216.

Hopp, T., & Ferrucci, P. (2020). A Spherical Rendering of Deviant Information Resilience. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly97(2), 492–508.

Höttecke, D. (2020). The mediation of science in the age of social media. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales152(3), 307–319.

Jalli, N. (2020). Exploring the Influence of Citizen Journalism Content on The Malaysian Political Landscape. Kajian Malaysia38(1), 67–88.

Jiménez, B. V., & Pérez-Escolar, M. (2020). Guarding the Guardians: Fictional Representation of Manipulated and Fake News in Graham Greene’s Work. Anglia138(1), 98–117.

Jurado, F., Delgado, O., & Ortigosa, Á. (2020). Tracking News Stories Using Blockchain to Guarantee their Traceability and Information Analysis. International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence6(3), 39.

Koliska, M., Chadha, K., & Burns, A. (2020). Talking Back: Journalists Defending Attacks Against their Profession in the Trump Era. Journalism Studies21(11), 1496–1513.

Kwanda, F. A., & Lin, T. T. C. (2020). Fake news practices in Indonesian newsrooms during and after the Palu earthquake: a hierarchy-of-influences approach. Information Communication and Society23(6), 849–866.

Laguillo, D. (2020). La esfera de Platón: “individuos sombra” y “ciudadanos” ante la pandemia de bulos sobre el coronavirus COVID-19. Revista Española De Comunicación En Salud, 265.

Levitskaya, A., & Fedorov, A. (2020). Typology and mechanisms of media manipulation. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy5(1), 69–78.

Mayo-Cubero, M. (2020). News sections, journalists and information sources in the journalistic coverage of crises and emergencies in Spain. El Profesional de La Informacion29(2).

Mendiguren, T., Pérez Dasilva, J., & Meso Ayerdi, K. (2020). Facing Fake News: The case of the students of the University of the Basque Country. Revista de Comunicacion19(1), 171–184.

Munger, K. (2020). All the News That’s Fit to Click: The Economics of Clickbait Media. Political Communication37(3), 376–397.

Nounkeu, C. T. (2020). Facebook and Fake News in the “Anglophone Crisis” in Cameroon. African Journalism Studies0(0), 1–16.

Olaniyan, A., & Akpojivi, U. (2020). Transforming communication, social media, counter-hegemony and the struggle for the soul of Nigeria. Information Communication and Society0(0), 1–16.

Paganotti, I., Sakamoto, L. M., & Ratier, R. P. (2020). Between legality and legitimacy: Differences and reasoning behind the TSE’s definition and blocking of “fake news.” Brazilian Journalism Research16(2), 320–341.

Paisana, M., Pinto-Martinho, A., & Cardoso, G. (2020). Trust and fake news: Exploratory analysis of the impact of news literacy on the relationship with news content in Portugal. Communication & Society33(2), 105–117.

Peñafiel-Saiz, C., Ronco-López, M., & Castañeda-Zumeta, A. (2020). Ecología comunicativa en tiempos del coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Del moméntum catastróphicum al virtus véritas. Revista Española de Comunicación En Salud, 328–338.

Pozo-Montes, Y., & León-Manovel, M. (2020). Plataformas fact-checking: las fakes news desmentidas por Newtral en la crisis del coronavirus en España. Revista Española De Comunicación En Salud, 103.

Rass, S. (2020). Judging the quality of (fake) news on the internet. Mind and SocietyAugust, 1–5.

Robertson, C. T., & Mourão, R. R. (2020). Faking Alternative Journalism? An Analysis of Self-Presentations of “Fake News” Sites. Digital Journalism0(0), 1–19.

Rodríguez Pérez, C. (2020). Una reflexión sobre la epistemología del fact-checking journalism: retos y dilemas. Revista de Comunicación19(1), 243–258.

Salaverría, R., Buslón, N., López-Pan, F., León, B., López-Goñi, I., & Erviti, M. C. (2020). Disinformation in times of pandemic: Typology of hoaxes on Covid-19. El Profesional de La Informacion29(3), 1–15.

Sippitt, A., & Moy, W. (2020). Fact Checking is About What we Change not Just Who we Reach. Political Quarterly91(3), 592–595.

Tamul, D. J., Ivory, A. H., Hotter, J., & Wolf, J. (2020). All the President’s Tweets: Effects of Exposure to Trump’s “Fake News” Accusations on Perceptions of Journalists, News Stories, and Issue Evaluation. Mass Communication and Society23(3), 301–330.

Tong, C., Gill, H., Li, J., Valenzuela, S., & Rojas, H. (2020). “Fake News Is Anything They Say!” — Conceptualization and Weaponization of Fake News among the American Public. Mass Communication and Society23(5), 755–778.

Travica, B. (2020). Mediating Realities: A Case of the Boeing 737 MAX. Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline23, 025–046.

Tsang, S. J. (2020). Issue stance and perceived journalistic motives explain divergent audience perceptions of fake news. Journalism

Vaccari, C., & Chadwick, A. (2020). Deepfakes and Disinformation: Exploring the Impact of Synthetic Political Video on Deception, Uncertainty, and Trust in News. Social Media and Society6(1).

Van Heekeren, M. (2020). The Curative Effect of Social Media on Fake News: A Historical Re-evaluation. Journalism Studies21(3), 306–318.

Wang, M., Rao, M., & Sun, Z. (2020). Typology, Etiology, and Fact-Checking: A Pathological Study of Top Fake News in China. Journalism Practice0(0), 1–19.

Wasserman, H. (2020). Fake news from Africa: Panics, politics and paradigms. Journalism21(1), 3–16.

Xu, K., Wang, F., Wang, H., & Yang, B. (2020). Detecting fake news over online social media via domain reputations and content understanding. Tsinghua Science and Technology25(1), 20–27.

Xu, N., & Gutsche, R. E. (2020). “Going Offline”: Social Media, Source Verification, and Chinese Investigative Journalism During “Information Overload.” Journalism Practice, 1–17.

Yadlin-Segal, A., & Oppenheim, Y. (2020). Whose dystopia is it anyway? Deepfakes and social media regulation. Convergence, 1–16.