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The present study examines the interactive roles of hostile media perception (HMP) and third-person perception (TPP) on political participation. In the context of partisan news and polarized politics, an online experiment (N = 811) found that partisan source cues (in-group vs. out-group news...
Trust in scientific actors and institutions in the United States is at an all-time low. At the same time, studies show that people use social media for science information and become increasingly vulnerable to COVID-19-related misinformation. Yet, we do not know whether low levels of trust cause...
This study explores the audiences of Czech alternative news media (ANM) and seeks the predictors for its use. It examines the relationship between ANM usage and trust in mainstream media, media reflexivity, political interest, political attitudes that indicate the liberal-conservative divide,...
Media coverage on terrorism can lead to negative attitudes toward Muslims. We theorize that undifferentiated news—i.e., not explicitly distinguishing Muslims from terrorists—can accelerate these negative effects. In a quota-based 2 (news differentiation: differentiated and undifferentiated) × 2...
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