Media Coverage of My Research


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Jan 1, 0001 12:00 AM
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My studies have attracted media attention worldwide. Below are selected reports on my recent research from media outlets in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, The Netherlands, Itlay, India, Pakistan, and so forth:

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「NBC News」 (NBC Right Now)

NBC News. (2020, December 14). WSU Study finds social media use increases belief in COVID-19 misinformation. NBC Right Now. Retrieved from: https://www.nbcrightnow.com/news/wsu-study-finds-social-media-use-increases-belief-in-covid-19-misinformation/article_a2539a98-3e4c-11eb-a9bd-97f07110422c.html

「U.S. News & World Report」

Murez, C. (2020, December 18). As Social Media Use Rises, So Does Belief in COVID Misinformation. U.S. News & World Report. Retrieved from https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2020-12-18/as-social-media-use-rises-so-does-belief-in-covid-misinformation

「Yahoo!」

Ani. (2020, December 14). Study finds social media use increases belief in Covid-19 misinformation. Yahoo!. Retrieved from: https://in.style.yahoo.com/study-finds-social-media-increases-062534691.html

「Moscow-Pullman Daily News」

Jackson, S. (2020, December 18). Study: Social media is fertile ground for misinformation. WSU researcher finds link between social media use and belief in COVID-19 conspiracy theories. Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Retrieved from https://dnews.com/coronavirus/study-social-media-is-fertile-ground-for-misinformation/article_fbb81363-d653-5f41-9640-211e11d0b417.html

「Health Day」

Health Day News. (2020, December 1u). As Social Media Use Rises, So Does Belief in COVID Misinformation. Health Day. Retrieved from: https://consumer.healthday.com/b-12-18-does-social-media-use-predict-belief-in-covid-misinformation-2649482405.html

「Mental Daily」

Mental Daily. (2020, December 18). Social Media Plays A Major Role In Believing COVID-19 Misinformation. Mental Daily. Retrieved from: https://www.mentaldaily.com/article/2020/12/social-media-plays-a-major-role-in-believing-covid-19-misinformation

「Consumer Affairs」

Dalli, K. (2020, December 14). More social media use increases belief in misinformation about COVID-19, study finds. Consumer Affairs. Retrieved from: https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/more-social-media-use-increases-belief-in-misinformation-about-covid-19-study-finds-121420.html

「Internazionale」 (Italy)

Chioini, G. (2020, December 16). Il Brasile nel caos per i vaccini e le altre notizie sul virus. Internazionale. Retrieved from: https://www.internazionale.it/notizie/giovanna-chioini/2020/12/16/brasile-caos-vaccini-notizie-virus

「Data News」 (Netherlands)

Data News (2020, December 14). ‘Wie meer sociale media gebruikt is vatbaarder voor nepnieuws’ DataNews. Retrieved from https://datanews.knack.be/ict/nieuws/wie-meer-sociale-media-gebruikt-is-vatbaarder-voor-nepnieuws/article-news-1677345.html?cookie_check=1608315066

「Asian Lite International」

Newsdesk. (2020, December 14). Social media boosts belief in Covid-19 misinformation: Study. Asian Lite. Retrieved from: https://asianlite.com/news/world-news/social-media-boosts-belief-in-covid-19-misinformation-study/

「The Net News Ledger」(Canada)

NetNewsledger. (2020, December 15). COVID-19 – Social Media has Spread a Lot of Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation. The Net News Ledger. Retrieved from http://www.netnewsledger.com/2020/12/15/covid-19-social-media-has-spread-a-lot-of-conspiracy-theories-and-misinformation/

「Canadian Pathram」

Canadian Pathram. (2020, December 15). Does social media use improve perception in coronavirus misinformation?. Canadian Pathram. Retrieved from: https://canadianpathram.com/does-social-media-use-improve-perception-in-coronavirus-misinformation/

「The Shillong Times」(India)

Sillong Times (2020, December 15). Social media use ups belief in Covid misinformation: Study. The Shillong Times. Retrieved from: https://theshillongtimes.com/2020/12/15/social-media-use-ups-belief-in-covid-misinformation-study/

「India New England News」

  1. New England News. (2020a, December 14). Social media use ups belief in Covid-19 misinformation: Study. India New England News. Retrieved from https://indianewengland.com/2020/12/social-media-use-ups-belief-in-covid-19-misinformation-study/
  2. New England News. (2020b, December 15). Does social media use increase belief in coronavirus misinformation?. Retrieved from: https://www.newindianexpress.com/world/2020/dec/15/does-social-media-use-increase-belief-in-coronavirus-misinformation-2236477.html

「The New Indian Express」

Edex Live. (2020, December 14). People more likely to believe in misinformation about COVID-19 if they rely on social media for news: Study. The New Indian Express. Retrieved from https://www.edexlive.com/news/2020/dec/14/people-more-likely-to-believe-in-misinformation-about-covid-19-if-they-rely-on-social-media-for-news-16601.html

「The Hindu」

Awasthi, P. (2020, December 14). Covid-19 stress levels drive your belief in social media misinformation: Study. The Hindu. Retrieved from https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/covid-19-stress-levels-drive-your-belief-in-social-media-misinformation-study/article33326771.ece

「Telangana Today」

Telagana Today. (2020, December 14). Study finds social media use increases belief in Covid-19 misinformation. Telagana Today. Retrieved from: https://telanganatoday.com/study-finds-social-media-use-increases-belief-in-covid-19-misinformation

「Mint」(India)

Mint. (2020, December 14). Social media use increases belief in Covid-19 misinformation: Study. Mint. Retrieved from: https://www.livemint.com/news/world/social-media-use-increases-belief-in-covid-19-misinformation-study-11607928907848.html

「Pakistan Point News」

Irfan, M. (2020, December 14). Social Media Use Ups Belief In Covid-19 Misinformation: Study. Pakistan Point News. Retrieved from: https://www.urdupoint.com/en/pakistan/social-media-use-ups-belief-in-covid-19-misin-1113697.html

「The Statesman」

The Statesman. (2020, December 18). Social media use ups belief in Covid-19 misinformation: Study. Retrieved from: https://www.thestatesman.com/lifestyle/social-media-use-ups-belief-in-covid-19-misinformation-study-1502941033.html

「SME Times」

SME Times. (2020, December 14). Social media use ups belief in Covid-19 misinformation: Study. SME Times. Retrieved from: http://www.smetimes.in/smetimes/news/global-business/2020/Dec/14/social-media-covid55064.html

「WSU Insider」

Sazke, S, E. (2020, December 14). Social media use increases belief in COVID-19 misinformation. WSU Insider. Retrieved from: https://news.wsu.edu/2020/12/14/social-media-use-increases-belief-covid-19-misinformation/

Other Features and Media Coverage

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  1. O’Neill-Ciaciuch, E. (2020, September 21). Doctoral Candidate Researches Persuasive Power of Communication Technologies. Graduate School, Washington State University. Retrieved from: https://gradschool.wsu.edu/yans-story/
  2. Raney, W. (2019, September 9). Murrow College graduate students honored. WSU Insider. Retrieved from: https://news.wsu.edu/2019/09/09/murrow-college-graduate-students-honored/
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Yan Su
Assistant Professor

My research concerns network agenda-setting, intermedia agenda-setting, and political participation.