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    Prof. Dr. Marcus Maurer, Pablo Jost M.A., Dr. Jörg Haßler & Simon Kruschinski M.A.

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Maurer, M., Jost, P., Haßler, J. et al. In the footsteps of the lying press. Journalism64, 15-35 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11616-018-00466-y

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keywords

  • Refugee crisis
  • accuracy
  • balance
  • Content analysis
  • Extra media comparison

Keywords

  • Refugee crisis
  • Accuracy
  • balance
  • Content analysis
  • Extra media data