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Source Year Country Organisation Author
Youth and the News in Five Charts 2021 Colombia, Ghana, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria, Thailand CIMA Ayden Férdeline
Double Trouble: Resilience to Fake News at the Time of Covid-19 Infodemic 2021 Europe OSIS Lessenski, M.
Mapping Civil Society Responses to Disinformation 2021 Global National Endowment for Democracy Samantha Bradshaw, Lisa-Maria Neudert
The Psychology of Fake News 2021 Global Trends in Cognitive Sciences Gordon Pennycook, David G. Rand
The State of Media Literacy in Sub-Saharan Africa 2020 and a Theory of Misinformation Literacy 2020 Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Uganda University of Westminster Press Peter Cunliffe-Jones, Sahite Gaye, Wallace Gichunge, Chido Onumah, Cornia Pretorius, Anya Schiffrin
Freedom and Accountability: A Transatlantic Framework for Moderating Speech Online 2020 Global Transatlantic High Level Working Group on Content Moderation Online and Freedom of Expression
Keeping it Real: An exploratory study of how 13-14-year-olds critically engage with online content 2020 Global, Mexico, Netherlands, South Africa Free Press Unlimited Schoot Uiterkamp, T.
Experiencing ‘New Normal’: Exploring Digital Media Usage of Dhaka Dwellers in the Lockdown Period 2020 Bangladesh South Asia Center for Media in Development (SACMID) Asudazzaman, A.S.M. and Hasan, S.K.
Balancing Act: Countering Digital Disinformation While Respecting Freedom of Expression 2020 Global Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development Bontcheva, K and Posetti, J. (Eds.)
Misogyny and Misinformation: An analysis of gendered disinformation tactics during the COVID-19 pandemic 2020 Global EU Disinfo Lab Sessa, M.G.
Understanding Misinformation on Mobile Instant Messengers (MIMs) in Developing Countries 2020 India, Nigeria, Pakistan Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy Irene V. Pasquetto, Eaman Jahani, Alla Baranovsky, Matthew A. Baum,
Understanding Information disorder 2019 Global First Draft Wardle, C.