Olessia Koltsova presented the FakeNews Project results at the seminar Connected_Politics Lab (University College Dublin)
On the 24th of February Olessia Koltsova gave a talk "What Do Online Experiments Tell Us About Political Fake News Recognition and Trust?" based on the online experiments results conducted within the framework of the FakeNews Project at the seminar Connected_Politics Lab.
Within the Spring Term 2021 the series of seminars (we highly recommend you to attend in Zoom after registration) was carried out.
The head of SCILA Olessia Koltsova was invited to give a talk "What Do Online Experiments Tell Us About Political Fake News Recognition and Trust?" at the seminar this Wednesday. The presentation was devoted to the FakeNews Project and the results of online experiments aimed at recognizing fake news by users of social networks from Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan.
We invite you to to get acquainted with the presentation and our recent publications on the FakeNews Project.
Koltsova, O., Sinyavskaya, Y., & Terpilovskii, M. (2020, July). Designing an Experiment on Recognition of Political Fake News by Social Media Users: Factors of Dropout. In International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 261-277). Springer, Cham.
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Porshnev, A., & Miltsov, A. (2020, July). The effects of thinking styles and news domain on fake news recognition by social media users: Evidence from Russia. In International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 305-320). Springer, Cham.
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