Re­search pro­ject ex­am­ines the ad­vance of ‘al­tern­at­ive’ me­dia

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A new research project examines the strategies employed by alternative media in different countries to mobilise people. The project has received a grant of 95,400 euros from the Helsingin Sanomat Foundation for research on the post-truth era.

Period19 Apr 2017

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  • TitleRe­search pro­ject ex­am­ines the ad­vance of ‘al­tern­at­ive’ me­dia
    CountryUnknown
    Date19/04/2017
    DescriptionA new research project examines the strategies employed by alternative media in different countries to mobilise people. The project has received a grant of 95,400 euros from the Helsingin Sanomat Foundation for research on the post-truth era.
    Bauvois and her researcher colleague at CEREN Niko Pyrhönen began to plan a research project on alternative media. Thanks to funding from the Helsingin Sanomat Foundation, the project can now be carried out. In addition to Bauvois and Pyrhönen, the team consists of Tuukka Ylä-Anttila, doctoral student at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Helsinki, and the project’s principal investigator Karina Horsti, Academy of Finland Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Jyväskylä.
    URLhttps://www.helsinki.fi/en/news/research-project-examines-the-advance-of-alternative-media
    PersonsGwenaëlle Bauvois, Niko Johannes Pyrhönen