Harvard researchers examined mainstream and social media coverage of the 2016 U.S. presidential election and found an asymmetric media landscape that allowed Trump to shape the overall narrative. Key findings include: “The center-left and the far right are the principal poles of the media landscape”; “Disinformation and propaganda are rooted in partisanship and are more prevalent on social media”; and “The right and left were subject to media manipulation in different ways.”Read more
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