J. Scott Brennen
J. Scott Brennen
Center on Science & Technology Policy, Duke University
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Types, sources, and claims of COVID-19 misinformation
JS Brennen, F Simon, PN Howard, RK Nielsen
Reuters Institute 7 (3), 1, 2020
3722020
Digitalization
JS Brennen, D Kreiss
The international encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy, 1-11, 2016
2712016
Navigating the ‘infodemic’: How people in six countries access and rate news and information about coronavirus
RK Nielsen, R Fletcher, N Newman, JS Brennen, PN Howard
Reuters Institute, 2020
1282020
An industry-led debate: How UK media cover artificial intelligence
J Brennen
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2018
442018
Normative theories of digital journalism
D Kreiss, JS Brennen
Sage handbook of digital journalism studies. New York, NY: Sage, 2016
402016
Beyond (mis) representation: visuals in COVID-19 misinformation
JS Brennen, FM Simon, RK Nielsen
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (1), 277-299, 2021
202021
Taking our pictures: Citizen photojournalism in traditional US news media
B Brennen, JS Brennen
Journalism Practice 9 (4), 520-535, 2015
142015
Types
JS Brennen, FM Simon, PN Howard, RK Nielsen
Sources, and Claims of COVID-19 Misinformation 4, 2020
112020
An industry-led debate: How UK media cover artificial intelligence. RISJ Fact-Sheet
JS Brennen, PN Howard, RK Nielsen
Oxford, UK: University of Oxford, 2018
102018
Types, sources, and claims of COVID-19 misinformation. 2020
S Brennen, F Simon, PN Howard, RK Nielsen
72020
What to expect when you’re expecting robots: Futures, expectations, and pseudo-artificial general intelligence in UK news
JS Brennen, PN Howard, RK Nielsen
Journalism, 1464884920947535, 2020
62020
Magnetologists on the beat: The epistemology of science journalism reconsidered
JS Brennen
Communication Theory 28 (4), 424-443, 2018
62018
The coverage of cultured meat in the US and UK traditional media, 2013–2019: drivers, sources, and competing narratives
J Painter, JS Brennen, S Kristiansen
Climatic Change 162 (4), 2379-2396, 2020
52020
Navegando la ‘infodemia’: así consume y califica las noticias y la información sobre el coronavirus la gente en seis países
RK Nielsen, R Fletcher, N Newman, JS Brennen, PN Howard
Oxford: Reuters Institute. https://bit. ly/3caZCsf, 2020
42020
Balancing product reviews, traffic targets, and industry criticism: UK technology journalism in practice
JS Brennen, PN Howard, RK Nielsen
Journalism Practice, 1-18, 2020
32020
Cues for increasing social presence for mobile health app adoption
AJ Lazard, JS Brennen, E Troutman Adams, B Love
Journal of health communication 25 (2), 136-149, 2020
32020
Multimodal mental models: Understanding users’ design expectations for mHealth apps
JS Brennen, AJ Lazard, ET Adams
Health informatics journal 26 (3), 1493-1506, 2020
22020
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
RK Nielsen, R Fletcher, N Newman, SJ Brennen, PN Howard
Oxford, 2020
22020
Industry, Experts, or Industry Experts? Academic Sourcing in News Coverage of AI
J Brennen, A Schulz, P Howard, R Nielsen
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2019
22019
Science in pieces: Public science in the deformation age
JS Brennen
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2018
22018
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