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"Reporting about fake news risks spreading it further"

In a recent article in Swedish newspaper DN, Jesper Strömbäck discusses the results of recently published study on the dissemination of fake news in the media.

New article on media trust now available

We are very pleased to announce that the first article published within the Knowledge Resistance project has just been published in The Annals of the International Communication Association and is no available freely online.

Workshop talks available online

The recorded talks for the "Cognitive Capacity & Knowledge Resistance" workshop are now available online via the Institute for Futures Studies Youtube channel.

A Multidisciplinary Look at Knowledge Resistance

’Knowledge Resistance: Causes, Consequences, and Cures' is a multidiciplinary research program, comprised of studies from the fields of Philosophy, Psychology, Political Science and Media and Communication Studies. It is funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (RJ).