Media

Select Media Contributions and Appearances

Authored Contributions

C. Vaccari (2020). ‘US election 2020: a toolkit for ‘democracy-worthy’ coverage for journalists‘. The Conversation, October 22, 2020.

C. Vaccari, A. Chadwick (2020). ‘‘Deepfakes’ are here. These deceptive videos erode trust in all news media’. Washington Post, The Monkey Cage, May 28, 2020.

C. Vaccari, D. Smith (2019). ‘Brexit has had more news coverage in the UK election than Labour’s core agenda – new data’. The Conversation, December 6, 2019.

Zilinsky, C. Vaccari, J. Nagler, and J. Tucker (2019). ‘Think celebrities get punished for being political? In fact, they get retweeted.’ Washington Post, The Monkey Cage, October 28, 2019.

C. Vaccari, K. Smets, O. Heath (2019). ‘Public support for electoral strategies: what can the parties learn from the 2017 General Election?’. LSE British Politics & Policy Blog, October 24, 2019.

C. Vaccari, (2018). ‘Le elezioni, i social e le bolle ideologiche: ecco il profilo degli utenti più a rischio‘. la Repubblica, February, 8, 2018.

C. Vaccari, A. Chadwick, B. O’Loughlin (2015). ‘These days we watch debates on two screens: TV and social media. And that’s good for democracy’. Washington Post, The Monkey Cage, December, 15, 2015.

C. Vaccari (2012). ‘Most emails to parties and candidates across Western democracies go unanswered’. The Monkey Cage, December, 4, 2012.

Quoted

Brexit: cabinet rifts open over election gamble as EU leaders debate extension – live news“. The Guardian, October 24, 2019.

Four in Ten Admit Passing On Fake News“. The Times, May 11, 2019.

Woodcock, A. (2019). “Nearly half of social media users who share articles have passed on fake news, study suggests“. The Independent, May 11, 2019.

Melendez, S. (2019). ‘What Mark Zuckerberg’s new vision could really mean for privacy and propaganda‘. Fast Company, March, 11, 2019.

Mizrahl, D. (2018). ‘Cómo operó Cambridge Analytica en el Brexit: la otra elección manipulada con los datos de Facebook‘. Infobae, April, 1, 2018.

Allegranti, D. (2017). ‘L’algoritmo della legge‘. Il Foglio, November, 28, 2017.

Edsall, T. (2017). ‘Democracy, Disrupted‘. The New York Times, March, 2, 2017.

Cherchi, A. (2013). ‘Internet dribbla la par condicio‘. Il Sole-24 Ore, February, 10, 2013.

Riotta, G. (2013). ‘Non basta il web a fare un premier‘. La Stampa, October, 24, 2013.

Panarari, M. (2013). ‘Le elezioni? Si vincono così‘. Europa, October, 26, 2013.

Cassely, J.L. (2012). ‘Les partis politiques ne répondent même pas aux mails‘. Slate France, December, 10, 2012.

Freakonomics (2012). ‘Do Politicians Respond to Emails?‘. Freakonomics, December, 7, 2012.

Light, J. (2012). ‘Do Politicians Read the Emails You Send Them?‘. Moyers & Company, December, 7, 2012.

Mora, M., Magi, L. (2010). ‘El Gran Hermano al revés’El Pais, December, 21, 2010.

Sifry, M. (2010). “Does Facebook Really Matter to Congressional Elections, or Voters?“. TechPresident, November, 4, 2010.

Khan, G. (2008). “In Italy, Berlusconi is on Top Again‘. The Wall Street Journal, April, 15, 2008.

Interviewed

RAI-GR Parlamento (2020). ‘Database: Numeri e parole dell’Italia che cambia – Brexit“. February, 7, 2020.

Giuliani, D. (2018). ‘Democrazia della rete: utopia o futuro 2.0?‘. Euronews, February, 18, 2018.

Capella, P. (2017). ‘Brexit Strategy: Windsor, turismo, cultura e l’assoluta neutralità della Royal Family‘. Reteconomy, September, 25, 2017.

Bossetta, M. (2016). “Twitter and Political Debates: What Dual Screening means for Democracy and Political Participation“. Social Media and Politics Podcast, October, 27, 2016.

Public Appearances

Maledetto Storytelling‘. International Journalism Festival, April, 7, 2016.