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Kangaroos and hundreds of animals burned alive – Is there still hope?

University of Amsterdam June 1st, 2020 – Amsterdam, NL By: Farida Elsharkawi, Cindy Xia and Klara Jakob   Kangaroos and hundreds of animals burned alive  – Is there  still hope?   Australia has suffered from a horrible early bushfire season

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WE STOPPED MOVING, DEFINITELY NOT CLICKING, BUT NO ONE KNOWS WHEN WE’LL BE FLYING

By Goran Kusić, Sonja Backović, Luka Putarek and Stepan Zhidkov Amsterdam 8th of April, 2020 In this current state of information overload, is it possible that you, as a user, get restricted or very curated information provided to you on

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Protected: Media Holds All The Power to Change Our Minds and The Future of Our Planet

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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Information Democracy in Times of a Pandemic

Do China’s strict internet laws give them the ability to hinder the way information relevant to international concern is spread online and how it affects the freedom of information on the global media landscape? Amsterdam, 08/04/2020 Photo by Brian McGowan

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Liberty Letdown – The Skid Mark on Conservative Journalism

Devin Mitter, Vlad Michajlov, Roberto Tienda, Alberto Di Rosa Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Amsterdam, Netherlands If you asked the average American male, what his favorite thing in the world is, he would probably answer fast cars, football, or blonde

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Law and Disorder: What defines our trust in the badge?

08.04.2020 Félix Rollinger, Stoyan Hristozov, Kaan Pekerkan, Marco Dalle Mule   Law and Disorder:  What defines our trust in the Badge?  Data from the widely-appreciated book by Dutch scholar Dorian Schaap shows that public trust in police authorities is vital

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Sports bras vs. lifting weights: Gender stereotyping in Facebook recommendations

By Joris Binsbergen, Fenna van Dijk, Lynn Hoekstra, Karina Strauch, and Anna-Lisa Vuijk Amsterdam, 8th of April 2020 To this day stereotypes are hard to shake off. Also in the sports world there still seem to be assumptions about what

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Pollute first, clean up later?

Pollute first, clean up later?

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Interview Plan with Mark Deuze

Interview Plan To complement our research, we will be planning an interview with Mark Deuze. Deuze is a professor Mediastudies at the University of Amsterdam, specialized in journalism. He has previous experience as a journalist and wrote several books on

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Group 4.03 Homework 3: Interview Questions Liberty Hangout

Course Unit: Data Journalism Course Instructor: E. Jokubauskaite Work Group: 4.03 Assignment Title: Interview for Data Journalism Project – Kaitlin Bennett and Liberty Hangout  Group members: Devin Mitter, Vlad Michajlov, Roberto Tienda, Alberto Di Rosa     For our Data

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