Further Reading for the 2019 Digital News Report

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  • Chua, S., Westlund, O. 2019. ‘Audience-Centric Engagement, Collaboration Culture and Platform Counterbalancing: A Longitudinal Study of Ongoing Sensemaking of Emerging Technologies’, Media and Communication 7(1), 153–65.
  • Cornia, A., Sehl, A., Simon, F., Nielsen, R. K. 2017. Pay Models in European News. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
  • Cushion, S. 2018. ‘Journalism Under (Ideological) Threat: Safeguarding and Enhancing Public Service Media into the 21st Century’, Journalism 20(1), 69–72.
  • Fletcher, R., Park, S. 2017. ‘The Impact of Trust in the News Media on Online News Consumption and Participation’, Digital Journalism 5(10), 1281–99.
  • Fletcher, R., & Nielsen, R. K. 2018. ‘Are people incidentally exposed to news on social media? A comparative analysis.‘ New media & society, 20(7), 2450-2468.
  • Holt, K., Figenschou, T. U., Frischlish, L. 2019. ‘Key Dimensions of Alternative News Media’, Digital Journalism.
  • Mudde, C. 2004. ‘The Populist Zeitgeist’, Government and Opposition 39(4), 542–63.
  • Nygaard, S. 2019. ‘The Appearance of Objectivity: How Immigration-Critical Alternative Media Report the News’, Journalism Practice 0(0), 1–17.
  • Pew Center. 2018. In Western Europe, Public Attitudes toward News Media More Divided by Populist Views than Left–Right Ideology. Washington, DC: Pew Research Center.
  • Röper, H. 2018. ‘Zeitungsmarkt 2018: Pressekonzentration steigt rasant Daten zur Konzentration der Tagespresse in Deutschland Im I. Quartal 2018’, Media Perspektiven 5/2018, 216–34.
  • Schulz, A., Werth, W., Müller, P. 2018. ‘We are the People and you are Fake News: A Social Identity Approach to Populist Citizens’ False Consensus and Hostile Media Perceptions’, Communication Research 0(0), 1–26.
  • Vaccari, C., Valeriani, A. 2018. ‘Digital Political Talk and Political Participation: Comparing Established and Third Wave Democracies’, SAGE Open 8(2), 1–14.
  • Ziegele, M., Schultz, T., Jackob, N., Granow, V., Quiring, O., Schemer, C. 2018. ‘Lügenpresse-Hysterie ebbt ab. Mainzer Langzeitstudie “Medienvertrauen”’, Media Perspektiven 4/2018, 150–62.