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A recent study offers evidence that marine biology’s biggest stage is broken, and suggests ways to fix it.
Paying closer attention to the dangers of growth, especially the modern threats to democracy posed by the internet, allows us to best plan for a brighter future in Canada — not just a bigger one.
What’s true and what’s not? An expert in media literacy explains how to evaluate information.
In covering the final days of the Victorian election, mainstream media fell victim to wanting the most dramatic outcome – no matter how weak the evidence for it may have been.
Preprints are often free to use, making them more accessible for journalists to report on. However, as they have yet to undergo peer review, science journalists take a gamble on their accuracy.
What’s the connection between #EatWithMe videos and mukbang? And what are we to make of claims they could help people overcome a fear of eating?
Kenyan families with access to mass media are significantly more afraid of terrorism than those without access.
Canadian journalist institutions have failed to address their ongoing colonialism and that has meant that urgent Indigenous issues have been ignored or sensationalized.
Across Australia, the top ten regions for socio-economic disadvantage are based in rural and regional areas. Local newspapers are especially important in such communities.
There is a lot about Donald Trump that makes him attractive to the public, and alluring to the media. A scholar of political journalism has some suggestions about how to cover him.
Based on the 2019 book, She Said follows journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey as they report on Harvey Weinstein.
He is the heir-apparent of a global media empire, but how much to we really know about Lachlan Murdoch?
Efforts to create a pan-European media outlet have found it tough going, but there are signs that a new digital player may well be finding success.
Russian government media are frequently criticized as being blatant propaganda. How do US government media measure up?
African media also emphasise the west as superior and Africa as inferior.
Leena Manimekalai’s film Kaali has drawn controversy and criticism, but like her other films, it highlights the inequalities and discrimination many continue to face.
There’s no evidence that news outlets are worse off because of Google, Facebook and other aggregators. If anything, evidence shows that, overall, news outlets would be in worse shape without them.
Major public media reform in New Zealand is coming at the same time as trust in government and media declines. The proposed new law needs to make political and editorial independence a top priority.
China is seen as Africa’s saviour and friend in the film - which is still full of racist stereotypes.