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Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism - Howard Tumber

Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism

Howard Tumber (Redaktør) ; Silvio Waisbord (Redaktør)

This companion brings together a diverse set of concepts used to analyse dimensions of media disinformation and populism globally.


The Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism explores how recent transformations in the architecture of public communication and particular attributes of the digital media ecology are conducive to the kind of polarised, anti-rational, post-fact, post-truth communication championed by populism. Les mer
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This companion brings together a diverse set of concepts used to analyse dimensions of media disinformation and populism globally.


The Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism explores how recent transformations in the architecture of public communication and particular attributes of the digital media ecology are conducive to the kind of polarised, anti-rational, post-fact, post-truth communication championed by populism. It is both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary, consisting of contributions from both leading and emerging scholars analysing aspects of misinformation, disinformation, and populism across countries, political systems, and media systems. A global, comparative approach to the study of misinformation and populism is important in identifying common elements and characteristics, and these individual chapters cover a wide range of topics and themes, including fake news, mediatisation, propaganda, alternative media, immigration, science, and law-making, to name a few.


This companion is a key resource for academics, researchers, and policymakers as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of political communication, journalism, law, sociology, cultural studies, international politics and international relations.
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Sider: 582
ISBN: 9780367435769
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Introduction - Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord


1 Media, disinformation, and populism: problems and responses - Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord


PART I


Key concepts


2 What do we mean by populism? - Carlos de la Torre


3 Misinformation and disinformation - Rachel Armitage and Cristian Vaccari


4 Rethinking mediatisation: populism and the mediatisation of politics - Daniel C. Hallin


5 Media systems and misinformation - Jonathan Hardy


6 Rewired propaganda: propaganda, misinformation, and populism in the digital age - Sarah Oates


7 Hate propaganda - Cherian George


8 Filter bubbles and digital echo chambers - Judith Moeller


9 Disputes over or against reality? Fine-graining the textures of post-truth politics - Susana Salgado


10 Fake news - Edson C. Tandoc Jr.


PART II


Media misinformation and disinformation


11 The evolution of computational propaganda: theories, debates, and innovation of the Russian model - Dariya Tsyrenzhapova and Samuel C. Woolley


12 Polarisation and misinformation - Johanna Dunaway


13 Data journalism and misinformation - Oscar Westlund and Alfred Hermida


14 Media and the 'alt-right' - George Hawley


15 'Listen to your gut': how Fox News's populist style changed the American public sphere and journalistic


truth in the process - Reece Peck


16 Alternative online political media: challenging or exacerbating populism and mis/disinformation? - Declan McDowell-Naylor, Richard Thomas, and Stephen Cushion


17 Online harassment of journalists as a consequence of populism, mis/disinformation, and impunity - Jeannine E. Relly


18 Lessons from an extraordinary year: four heuristics for studying mediated misinformation in 2020 and beyond - Lucas Graves


19 Right-wing populism, visual disinformation, and Brexit: from the UKIP 'Breaking Point' poster to the aftermath of the London Westminster bridge attack - Simon Faulkner, Hannah Guy, and Farida Vis


PART III


The politics of misinformation and disinformation 209


20 Misogyny and the politics of misinformation - Sarah Banet-Weiser


21 Anti-immigration disinformation - Eileen Culloty and Jane Suiter


22 Science and the politics of misinformation - Jeremy Levy, Robin Bayes, Toby Bolsen, and James N. Druckman


23 Government disinformation in war and conflict - Rhys Crilley and Precious N. Chatterje-Doody


24 Military disinformation: a bodyguard of lies - Kevin Foster


25 Extreme right and mis/disinformation - Thomas Frissen, Leen d'Haenens, and Michael Opgenhaffen


26 Information disorder practices in/by contemporary Russia - Svetlana S. Bodrunova


27 Protest, activism, and false information - Jennifer Earl, Rina James, Elliot Ramo, and Sam Scovill


28 Conspiracy theories: misinformed publics or wittingly believing false information? - Jaron Harambam


29 Corrupted infrastructures of meaning: post-truth identities online - Catherine R. Baker and Andrew Chadwick


30 Consumption of misinformation and disinformation - Sophie Lecheler and Jana Laura Egelhofer


PART IV


Media and populism


31 Populism in Africa: personalistic leaders and the illusion of representation - Bruce Mutsvairo and Susana Salgado


32 Populism and misinformation from the American Revolution to the twenty-first-century United States - Chris Wells and Alex Rochefort


33 Populism, media, and misinformation in Latin America - Ignacio Siles, Larissa Tristan, and Carolina Carazo


34 Perceived mis- and disinformation in a post-factual information setting: a conceptualisation and evidence from ten European countries - Michael Hameleers and Claes de Vreese


35 The role of social media in the rise of right-wing populism in Finland - Karina Horsti and Tuija Saresma


36 Social media manipulation in Turkey: actors, tactics, targets - Bilge Yesil


37 Populist rhetoric and media misinformation in the 2016 UK Brexit referendum - Glenda Cooper


38 Media policy failures and the emergence of right-wing populism - Des Freedman


39 Disentangling polarisation and civic empowerment in the digital age: the role of filter bubbles and echo


chambers in the rise of populism - William H. Dutton and Craig T. Robertson


PART V


Responses to misinformation, disinformation, and populism


40 Legal and regulatory responses to misinformation and populism - Alison Harcourt


41 Global responses to misinformation and populism - Daniel Funke


42 Singapore's fake news law: countering populists' falsehoods and truth-making - Shawn Goh and Carol Soon


43 Debunking misinformation - Eun-Ju Lee and Soo Yun Shin


44 News literacy and misinformation - Melissa Tully


45 Media and information literacies as a response to misinformation and populism - Nicole A. Cooke


46 People-powered correction: fixing misinformation on social media - Leticia Bode and Emily K. Vraga


47 Countering hate speech - Babak Bahador


48 Constructing digital counter-narratives as a response to disinformation and populism - Eva Giraud and Elizabeth Poole


49 Journalistic responses to misinformation - Maria Kyriakidou and Stephen Cushion


50 Responses to mis/disinformation: practitioner experiences and approaches in low income settings - James Deane


51 The effect of corrections and corrected misinformation - Emily Thorson and Jianing Li


52 Building connective democracy: interdisciplinary solutions to the problem of polarisation - Christian Staal Bruun Overgaard, Anthony Dudo, Matthew Lease, Gina M. Masullo, Natalie Jomini Stroud, Scott R. Stroud, and Samuel C. Woolley
Howard Tumber is Professor in the Department of Journalism at City, University of London, UK. He is a founder and editor of Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. He has published widely on the sociology of media and journalism.


Silvio Waisbord is Director of and Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University, USA. He was the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Communication, and he has published widely about news, politics, and social change.