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Phil Howard
Oxford Prof & Author LATEST BOOK : How The May Set Us Free Or Lock Us Up. Now into computational propaganda (catching not making).
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Phil Howard Feb 21
Launch reception in Oxford for or new "Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data"! 28 Feb 17:00, register:
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Phil Howard Feb 19
Beautifully done!
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Phil Howard Feb 19
For today's "Digital Era Governance" class at . Talking through material on Collective Action In A Digital Era (Prezi 1): Life and Lifestyle as Politics (Prezi 2):
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Phil Howard Feb 14
Flaws in the Algo: How Social Media Fuel Political Extremism from Psychology Today
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Phil Howard Feb 14
come push your PhD / DPhil forward with engaged summer program at closing Mon 19 Feb!
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Oxford Internet Institute Feb 14
The OII Summer Doctoral Programme applications close on Monday 19 February at 12:00 (GMT)! If you are a doctoral student writing about some aspect of life with the Internet don't forget to get your application in (SDP runs 2 July-13 July).
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Phil Howard Feb 12
Oxford book launch reception for new "Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data"! February 28 17:00, register:
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Phil Howard Feb 11
Come to Oxford book launch of new "Reinventing Capitalism in the Age of Big Data"! 28 February 17:00, register:
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Phil Howard Feb 11
thanks both, correct we didn't start the sample on the basis of ideology. Full dictionary of sources developed over the last 18 months, this list from last 3 months. If they weren't shared in the last 3 months and didn't have those junk attributes they not in the study.
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Phil Howard Feb 11
A century ago, progressives were the ones shouting 'fake news' via
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NDI Parties Team Feb 9
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Phil Howard Feb 9
Replying to @nikkiusher @TheOdyssey
thanks! 15 pages of methodology notes there, would welcome feedback on additional method details you'd like to see. Though I don't think we'd adapt method to privilege one part of the political spectrum, or mood/age of authors!
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Phil Howard Feb 8
Now gearing up for his talk
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Phil Howard Feb 7
best critique so far of our latest junk news analysis probably this, by : (though being specially gentle on right wing sites would not have been good research method)
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Lisa-Maria Neudert Feb 6
Junk news polarise audiences on FB & Twitter. Alt-right, ProTrump circulate junk, while moderate groups not susceptible. Striking divide across ideological lines. Proud of new memo
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Phil Howard Feb 7
Coverage of our latest research from :
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Greg Gordon Feb 6
Researchers: backers are the main purveyors of ...
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Phil Howard Feb 6
“Junk” political news shared more widely by Trump backers more on latest reseach
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Phil Howard Feb 6
gorgeous dataviz from about our latest research. Far right and Trump supporters the biggest--and most isolated--audiences for junk news in the US.
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ComProp Research Feb 6
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