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Data Journalism at Its Finest: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Characteristics of Award-Nominated Data Journalism Projects

Data Journalism at Its Finest: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Characteristics of Award-Nominated Data Journalism Projects

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The collective volume "News, Numbers and Public Opinion in a Data-Driven World" (eds.: An Nguyen), including an article by Wiebke Loosen and Julius Reimer, has been published.

The different chapters of the English-written volume do not only look on how journalists (mis-)understand and use numbers and statistics but also how the audience does so.

Loosen, Wiebke / Reimer, Julius (2017): Data Journalism at Its Finest: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Characteristics of Award-Nominated Data Journalism Projects. In: A. Nguyen (eds.), News, Numbers and Public Opinion in a Data-Driven World. New York: Bloomsbury.

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2017

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