Our ESRs try to answer the hardest question that plagues a PhD: why their research matters. And mostly, why you should care about it. Today, we look at the work of Gabriela Sanseverino. […]
Category: Politics and Ethics of User-Generated Content in Journalism
Politics and Ethics of User-Generated Content in Journalism is investigating a critical understanding of how newsrooms integrate user-generated content into newsgathering.
The unexplored benefits of user-generated content
By Rayana Zapryanova The need for journalists to use user-generated content has become greater now that they cannot reach certain places because of lockdowns or because they don’t have the capacity to tell certain stories. In some form or another, news organisations worldwide use this type of content – from viral videos to memes. After […]
Studying the Political Economy of Digital Platforms’ Regulation in Times of Pandemic
By Charilaos Papaevangelou, ESR at the Université de Toulouse III, Paul Sabatier While the Covid-19 crisis has severely affected almost every aspect of our lives, it has made blatantly clear just how relevant our work is. As I wrote in a blog post last May, online platforms saw the crisis as an opportunity to regain […]
Do you help us make the news?
By Gabriela Sansverino, ESR at the Université de Toulouse III, Paul Sabatier 2020 has been an apocalyptic year. And we are only half way through it. As the world falls apart around us, with a global pandemic brought on by the spread of the coronavirus and the Black Lives Matter protests that took over streets […]