2024

Newman, N. (2024) Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2024. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
DAVIES, E. (2024) “Political Money from Locke to Kwasi Kwarteng”, Oxford New Books, 1(1), pp. 35–38.
THORNTON, P. (2024) ““Lying Flat-ism”: Is the Party Under Xi ‘Governing People to Death’?”, China Leadership Monitor [Preprint].
Krishnan, S. (2024) “Towards a historical geography of girlhood”, Geography Compass, 18(6).
Devine, D., Stoker, G. and Jennings, W. (2024) “Political trust and climate policy choice: evidence from a conjoint experiment”, Journal of Public Policy, 44(2), pp. 327–343.
FLETCHER, R. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) What Does the Public in Six Countries Think of Generative AI in News?. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
FLETCHER, R. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) What Does the Public in Six Countries Think of Generative AI in News?. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Hegghammer, T. (2024) “Can You Trust Anyone on Jihadi Internet Forums?”, in Fight, Flight, Mimic. Oxford University Press (OUP), pp. 50–89.
Ejaz, W. (2024) “Trust is key: Determinants of false beliefs about climate change in eight countries”, New Media & Society [Preprint].
Ejaz, W. (2024) “Trust is key: Determinants of false beliefs about climate change in eight countries”, New Media & Society [Preprint].
Altay, S., Fletcher, R. and Nielsen, R. (2024) “News participation is declining: Evidence from 46 countries between 2015 and 2022”, New Media & Society [Preprint].
Eijking, J. (2024) “Whose Power is Knowledge?”, Global Intellectual History, 9(3), pp. 307–315.
Mazzone, A. (2024) “Understanding thermal justice and systemic cooling poverty from the margins: intersectional perspectives from Rio de Janeiro”, Local Environment [Preprint].
Barrett, G. (2024) “Concluding conversation: decentring science diplomacy”., British journal for the history of science, pp. 1–13.
DEVINE, D. and VALGARÐSSON, V. (2024) “Stability and change in political trust: Evidence and implications from six panel studies”, European Journal of Political Research, 63(2), pp. 478–497.
Chae, S. and Kim, W. (2024) “State capacity matters in ‘the middle:’ A new perspective on domestic terrorism”, Journal of Peace Research, 61(3), pp. 366–382.
Hediger, V. and SIMON, F. (2024) “Unauthorized Fictions: Political Conflict as Spectacle and the Question of Trust in the Age of Trump”, in R. Boguska et al. (eds.) Tacit Cinematic Knowledge: Approaches and Practices. Meson Press.
FLETCHER, R., Adami, M. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) ‘I’m Unable to’: How Generative AI Chatbots Respond when Asked for the Latest News. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
FLETCHER, R., Adami, M. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) ‘I’m Unable to’: How Generative AI Chatbots Respond when Asked for the Latest News. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Ross Arguedas, A., Mukherjee, M. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) Race and Leadership in the News Media 2024: Evidence from Five Markets. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Park, S. (2024) “Exploring responses to mainstream news among heavy and non-news users: From high-effort pragmatic scepticism to low effort cynical disengagement”, New Media & Society [Preprint].
Ross Arguedas, A., Mukherjee, M. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) Women and Leadership in the News Media 2024: Evidence from 12 Markets. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Ross Arguedas, A., Mukherjee, M. and NIELSEN, R. (2024) Women and Leadership in the News Media 2024: Evidence from 12 Markets. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Devine, D. (2024) “Political trust in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic: a meta-analysis of 67 studies”, Journal of European Public Policy, 31(3), pp. 657–679.
Kuo, A., Manzano, D. and Gallego, A. (2024) “Automation versus openness: support for policies to address job threats”, Journal of Public Policy, 44(1), pp. 1–23.