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Avertissement. La bibliographie ci-dessous ne prétend à nulle exhaustivité, tant le domaine est foisonnant. Elle vise uniquement à illustrer la prolifération et la diversité des recherches sur les questions de la production et de la consommation d’information sur Internet, en particulier aux Etats-Unis. La citation des recherches dans cette bibliographie ne signifie pas nécessairement pas leur approbation par l’auteur.

 

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CARLSON Matt et alii, “Digital Press Criticism: The Symbolic Dimensions of Donald Trump’s Assault on U.S. Journalists as the “Enemy of the People”, Digital Journalism, Volume 9, 2021 - Issue 6, pp.737-754

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CHERUBINI Federica and NIELSEN, Raismus Kleis, “Editorial Analytics: How News Media are Developing and Using Audience Data and Metrics”, SSRN, February 23, 2016

CHRISTIN, Angèle, “Counting Clicks: Quantification and Variation in Web Journalism in the United States and France”, American Journal of Sociology, Volume 123, Number 5, March 2018

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COINTET Jean-Philippe et PARASIE, Sylvain (dir.), Enquêter à partir des traces textuelles du web, Réseaux 2019/2-3 (n° 214-215)

COINTET Jean-Philippe et alii, “Uncovering the structure of the French media ecosystem”, MediaLab Science Po, August 2021.

COINTET Jean-Philippe et alii, « De quelle(s) couleur(s) sont les Gilets jaunes ? Plonger des posts Facebook dans un espace idéologique latent », Statistique et Société, Vol. 9 No. 1-2 , 2021, pp.79-107.

COMPAGNO, Dario et alii, « La reconfiguration du pluralisme de l’information opérée par les réseaux socionumériques », Réseaux, 2017/5 (n° 205), pp. 91-116

COMPAGNO Dario et PIGNARD-CHEYNEL, Nathalie, “Le rôle des newsbots et la publication automatisée dans la mise en circulation des contenus d’actualité sur Twitter » in Mercier, 2018

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COSTERA MEIJET Irene and GROOT KORMELINK , Tim, “Checking, Sharing, Clicking and Linking. Changing patterns of news use between 2004 and 2014”, Digital Journalism, Volume 3, Issue 5, 2015

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