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Nyheten blev sig aldrig lik igen

Björkwall Hansen, Carl LU and Stöckl, Simon (2018) SKOK01 20172
Department of Strategic Communication
Abstract
A shift in power has been definite since the introduction of news sharing on social media. The ability to control distribution of news and information has been transferred from large media organisations to acting individuals presented as creators of public opinion. A new kind of gatekeepers have been introduced and a vast majority of different verities now have an opportunity for unrestricted distribution of information.

With this comes the responsibility of high awareness and for source credibility. The authors of the study aim to touch upon how young adults, by the authors entitled “the digital generation” behave and reacts upon source credibility when consuming news via the social media platform Facebook, as well as study what... (More)
A shift in power has been definite since the introduction of news sharing on social media. The ability to control distribution of news and information has been transferred from large media organisations to acting individuals presented as creators of public opinion. A new kind of gatekeepers have been introduced and a vast majority of different verities now have an opportunity for unrestricted distribution of information.

With this comes the responsibility of high awareness and for source credibility. The authors of the study aim to touch upon how young adults, by the authors entitled “the digital generation” behave and reacts upon source credibility when consuming news via the social media platform Facebook, as well as study what ethical responsibility may be perceived. (Less)
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Björkwall Hansen, Carl LU and Stöckl, Simon
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SKOK01 20172
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
Facebook, social media, news, news sharing, source credibility, fake news
language
Swedish
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8939575
date added to LUP
2018-05-29 14:20:49
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2018-05-29 14:20:49
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  abstract     = {A shift in power has been definite since the introduction of news sharing on social media. The ability to control distribution of news and information has been transferred from large media organisations to acting individuals presented as creators of public opinion. A new kind of gatekeepers have been introduced and a vast majority of different verities now have an opportunity for unrestricted distribution of information.

With this comes the responsibility of high awareness and for source credibility. The authors of the study aim to touch upon how young adults, by the authors entitled “the digital generation” behave and reacts upon source credibility when consuming news via the social media platform Facebook, as well as study what ethical responsibility may be perceived.},
  author       = {Björkwall Hansen, Carl and Stöckl, Simon},
  keyword      = {Facebook,social media,news,news sharing,source credibility,fake news},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Nyheten blev sig aldrig lik igen},
  year         = {2018},
}