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Guest Researcher Mariëlle Wijermars in an Interview with World Policy Journal

Guest Researcher Mariëlle Wijermars in an Interview with World Policy Journal

Dr. Mariëlle Wijermars was a guest researcher at the Hans-Bredow-Institut from February to May 2018. As a research fellow at the Kolleg "Algorithmed Public Spheres", she conducted a study on news aggregators over the course of the Russian presidential elections in March 2018. Her analysis focused on the effects of Russia’s “Anti-Fake News” regulation on news aggregators and what news items did or did not get displayed.
In an Interview with the World Policy Journal, she spoke in great detail about the Russian media policy and its  regulation mechanisms. The interview has recently been published and can be found here.  

Wijermars works currently at the Aleksanteri Institute and is primarily affiliated with the Russian Media Lab. She is co-founder of the recently launched seminar and research network "Digital Russia Studies". 

World Policy Journal
Interview with Mariëlle Wijermars


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