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On October 11 I’ll be giving the keynote at this year’s International Journal of Press/Politics conference.
We (Cristian Vaccari, Ben O’Loughlin and I) examine the links between the sharing of tabloid news and the propensity to misinform and disinform others on UK social media.
We have some funded PhD studentships here at Loughborough University. This is the first wave of positions and they’re part of a new interdisciplinary centre for doctoral training we’re setting up.
My book series with Oxford University Press will publish five new titles in 2018. Francis L. F. Lee and Joseph M. Chan’s fascinating, empirically-grounded account of the Umbrella Movement: Media and Protest Logics in the Digital Era: The Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong.
A quick note about postdoctoral fellowships and PhD studentships in communication at my university. If you’re working in areas related to my research and would like to be considered, email me.
I’m travelling to Rome this week to give one of the keynotes at the Italian Political Communication Association’s Annual Conference. The conference is being held at LUISS.
This one-hour talk was based on the analysis in the new chapter on the 2016 presidential campaign in the second edition of The Hybrid Media System: Politics and Power.
Next week I’ll be giving a keynote at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference at the University of Tartu, Estonia.
I’m thrilled to announce that the second edition of The Hybrid Media System is now available for pre-order, for delivery from August 1 in the United States and Canada. It will publish in the UK and the rest of the world in October.
On Monday Samantha Bradshaw and Phil Howard launch their new Oxford Internet Institute report on political manipulation of social media at Chatham House. I’ll be discussing the report with them. Registration is open to Chatham House members only.