Professor Åsa Wikforss will be participating in the How The Light Gets In, world’s first immersive online festival experience. The festival takes place on the 19-20 of September and has a packed programme… Read More »Åsa Wikforss at How The Light Gets In online festival
Project researcher Jacob Sohlberg and colleague Annika Fredén have published a new article on the electoral choices of voters. Project researcher Jacob Sohlberg and colleague Annika Fredén (Karlstad University) have… Read More »New article about voter choices available now!
In a recent article in Swedish newspaper DN, Jesper Strömbäck discusses the results of recently published study on the dissemination of fake news in the media. The paper discussed in… Read More »Jesper Strömbäck on fact-checking fake news
We are very pleased to announce that the first article published within the Knowledge Resistance project has just been published in The Annals of the International Communication Association and is… Read More »New article on media trust now available
The recorded talks given at the “Cognitive Capacity & Knowledge Resistance” workshop in Stockholm on November 22nd are now available on the Youtube channel of the Institute for Futures Studies, where… Read More »“Cognitive Capacity & Knowledge Resistance” Talks now available online
Date: 22 November 2019, 9.00 AM – 22 November 2019, 5.00 PMVenue: Institute for Futures Studies, Holländargatan 13, Stockholm We’re happy to announce a workshop on the topic ‘Cognitive Capacity & Knowledge Resistance’ on… Read More »Workshop ‘Cognitive Capacity & Knowledge Resistance’
Professor Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick delivered a keynote during the project’s kick off event on March 28th, 2019.