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Damian Trilling
Damian Trilling
Prof Journalism Studies, VU Amsterdam; Associate Prof UvA, Amsterdam; Professor II UiB, Bergen
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Should We Worry About Filter Bubbles?
FJ Zuiderveen Borgesius, D Trilling, J Moeller, B Bodó, CH De Vreese, ...
Internet Policy Review. Journal on Internet Regulation 5 (1), 2016
731*2016
From Newsworthiness to Shareworthiness: How to Predict News Sharing Based on Article Characteristics
D Trilling, P Tolochko, B Burscher
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 94 (1), 38-60, 2017
4192017
Do not blame it on the algorithm: An empirical assessment of multiple recommender systems and their impact on content diversity
J Möller, D Trilling, N Helberger, B van Es
Information, Communication & Society 21 (7), 959-977, 2018
3752018
Taking stock of the toolkit: An overview of relevant automated content analysis approaches and techniques for digital journalism scholars
JW Boumans, D Trilling
Digital Journalism 4 (1), 8-23, 2016
2822016
My friends, editors, algorithms, and I: Examining audience attitudes to news selection
N Thurman, J Moeller, N Helberger, D Trilling
Digital Journalism, 1-23, 2018
2552018
Do (Microtargeted) Deepfakes Have Real Effects on Political Attitudes?
T Dobber, N Metoui, D Trilling, N Helberger, C de Vreese
The International Journal of Press/Politics, 1940161220944364, 2020
1742020
Two Different Debates? Investigating the Relationship Between a Political Debate on TV and Simultaneous Comments on Twitter
D Trilling
Social Science Computer Review 33 (3), 259-276, 2015
1602015
Skipping current affairs: The non-users of online and offline news
D Trilling, K Schoenbach
European Journal of Communication 28 (1), 35-51, 2013
1232013
The unified framework of media diversity: A systematic literature review
F Loecherbach, J Moeller, D Trilling, W van Atteveldt
Digital Journalism 8 (5), 605-642, 2020
982020
The Agency Makes the (Online) News World go Round: The Impact of News Agency Content on Print and Online News
J Boumans, D Trilling, R Vliegenthart, H Boomgaarden
International Journal of Communication 12, 22, 2018
892018
Selective exposure, political polarization, and possible mediators: Evidence from the Netherlands
D Trilling, M Van Klingeren, Y Tsfati
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 29 (2), 189-213, 2017
872017
Scaling up Content Analysis
D Trilling, JGF Jonkman
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 158-174, 2018
772018
Online News User Journeys: The Role of Social Media, News Websites, and Topics
S Vermeer, D Trilling, S Kruikemeier, C de Vreese
Digital Journalism 8 (9), 1114-1141, 2020
762020
Patterns of news consumption in Austria: how fragmented are they?
D Trilling, K Schoenbach
International Journal of Communication 7, 929-953, 2013
722013
Two crates of beer and 40 pizzas: the adoption of innovative political behavioural targeting techniques
T Dobber, D Trilling, N Helberger, CH de Vreese
Internet Policy Review 6 (4), 2017
632017
The Role of Media Coverage in Explaining Stock Market Fluctuations: Insights for Strategic Financial Communication
J Strycharz, N Strauss, D Trilling
International Journal of Strategic Communication 12 (1), 67-85, 2018
612018
The credibility of credibility measures: A meta-analysis of credibility research in communication journals, 1951 to 2011
LC Hellmueller, D Trilling
World Association of Public Opinion Research Conference, Hongkong, 2012
56*2012
Through a different gate: An automated content analysis of how online news and print news differ
C Burggraaff, D Trilling
Journalism 21 (1), 112-129, 2020
552020
Osd2f: an open-source data donation framework
T Araujo, J Ausloos, W van Atteveldt, F Loecherbach, J Moeller, J Ohme, ...
Computational Communication Research 4 (2), 372-387, 2022
512022
WhatsApp with Politics?! Examining the Effects of Interpersonal Political Discussion in Instant Messaging Apps
SAM Vermeer, S Kruikemeier, D Trilling, CH de Vreese
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (2), 410-437, 2021
502021
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