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The Difference Culture Makes
Comparing Swedish news and cultural journalism on the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris

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Nordicom Review
Journal from the Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research (Nordicom)
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Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Elements in Detecting (Hungarian) Fake News

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The Role of Twitter in the First Week of Ferguson Unrests in August 2014

:// MASON P., (2012), Global unrest: How the revolution went viral, [online: December 12, 2017], MCDONALD B., ARCHDEACON C., CHAVAR A.J., (2015), They Helped Make Twitter Matter in Ferguson Protests, [online: November 28, 2017], protests.html MILLER Z.J., (2014), Obama: ‘No Excuse’ for Ferguson Violence, [online: February 2

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